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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 January 1879

b The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Pi vuniiTH Ivn. Strict: Cor. Michigan a Laportc Sts. I T KRIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ob copy one rear, iu advance f?. oo Oae eopr six months, in advance $1. 00 Ose opv three months, in advance,. .. W. The Plymouth Republican. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUBSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1870. NUMBER 0. ADVERTISING RATES. Business cards. 5 fine, fc. prr vsar. Special rates givenjto regular advertiser. Legal Advertise me la as regvlated by law. Home and transient advertising made known oo application, C'anrrh and society announcements, marriage and ! ' notices, f n a. Local notices, in body typ, 19 cento per line, trat insertion; second insertion S cento. rrJob; rrit.fing on the moat favorable m BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONOd:c in Post OfScc Block. Dwelling ob Bast Hid Sooth Mkhigan Strict PLYMOUTH. IXÜIANA. Time's ('limits. bt satt in w. trke. Dr. at M JENNINGS. THYSfCIAN AND SUKGEON. offlce with I rr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 January 1879

The Republican. J. Y. SUPERS Emm TWT'RSDAY, J AXl'ARY 1879. The terms of twenty-flvo United States Senators expire on the 4th of March next Men to Uli nearly all ol these places will be or have been elected this week. Voorhees waselected United States Senator, Tuesduy, for both the long sod short terms. Don Cameron was . 1-jcted in Pennsylvania, Piatt, In Conneticut and Test, in Missouri. Gen. John A. Logan received the saucas nomination ol the Republicans of the Jlllnuis Legislature Friday night. The vote stood eighty for Logan, and twenty-six for UgUs'cey. Reports from Washington indicate that tbe Sen ate. Finance Committee is divided in regard to the tobaeco tax. The probabilities are that the Comnittee will report this week, and that a compromise will be made and the tax Used at twenty cents. J . . -Lg The Indianapolis Evening Sun dbd Saturday night. It waa ten moaths old. Its death was probably caused by the course pursued by the Democratic members of the ludlana Legfemture. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 January 1879

Ii Now is tlie time to buy Dry Goods for about Feb. 1st we will invoice our stock, and in order to save labor, we will close out a good share of our Mammoth n rSylTrtpr Toung T to Plymouth, to prosecute his business of Kirberlnp, but will not move hi family until spring. We are sorry to lose one of our best citizens, but what 19 Our l0S8 is Plymouth' gHin. Valparaiso Vitlrtle. A locomotive weighing 118,000 pounds nc'ntly passed over the Pi'sburgh and Ft. Wrtyno road. It was destined for work in the moiin- ! tain districts of the 8outhern Pacific railroad. It had eight cfrfve wheels and a two-wheel truck. I. Tiakfhk (wid wife, and John SoiYe and wife wore anion? the mao who went to Bremen, yesterday. Elij.ih Stansbury returned Tuesday evening, from a live weeks visit at Massillon, Ohio, his father came home with him. A large numbe of our ettlzens weal to Dremea yesterday venfnj?, to reeipromt the visit of Bremen dtizens Wednesday evenincrof last week. W.H.Wb it takr.advertising agent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 23 January 1879

The Republican. Ftiueatiorsfll Column. J. F. LABtrKHBAl'tiH. ANSWERS TO (.l'ESTTONS. The invention of tho thermometer is claimed by sereral persons wt about the same time. The best authorities give it to Dribbel, of Aelmaer. In 1609. The reason for xero being place! where it is, instead of the freezing point of water, was bused upon an errr. When Fartrentaeit tested his thermometer it was on the coldest day of the coldest winter ever known in the locality where h live, and be supposed that the point reached by the mercury was the lowest point possible for it to descend that it eould not be any colder and he called that poiat zero. The Church of England became separate from the Romish Church In 1535, during the reign, and by the acts f Henry VIII. Having divorced himself from bis first wifs, in order to ireairy Anne Bolcyn, ho was excommunicated. WheTeupon, with Sir Thomas Cromwell managing Parliament, and Archbishop Cranmer controlling the clergy, he throw off the spiritual authorit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 January 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jrrici: Cor. Michigan Laporte Sts. TKStfS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OaOf7 one rear. In advance 1. 0 Ob eopr six months, in advance $1. 00 Oae eeay three months, in advance,. so. The Plymouth Kep ublican. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1879. NUMBER 7. ADVERTISING RATÜS. Business card. 6 li, fs tvt yeaf. Special rat.f Kivfnjo mpilar advertisers. Ix-gsl Advertisements as regulated by law. Home aud transient a!vrrtisiug made kaowu od application. Church aud society announcements, marriage and death notices, free. Local notices. In body type, 10 cnte per line, first insertion; aeeou 1 Insertion S cents. Job rrintlnc on the most favorable terms. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHT8ICIAN AND SURGEON- is Post Offlco Block. Dwelling oa Bast Md South Mntujan street, 'LYMOUTH. INDIANA. Dr. J M JENNINGS. THT8ICIAM AMI) SUMGEON. oc with X Dr. X. Sherman orer Lauer's Storp, on auefciaran atreet. Pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 January 1879

The Republican. j. VV. S1DERS, Epitor. Thursday, Janl ahy 30th, 1879. Commissioner Bentloy has prepared a sing board, hnvo been sentenced in' eircuiai, which he w ill publish in the j the UsVtted States circuit court, at Dew; papers and send to pensioners, Jacksonville. Lee, the county clerk, in whirh he calls attention to the j who is also State senator from that clause in the bill which prohibits the county, goes to piison for three year.", payment of any fee to claim agents j and Wllfbt and Johns, sheriff and 11 1 11 or attorneys for the collection of ar- j justice of the peace respectively, go News from Fort Lincoln says run- ! rears, und will notify pensioner that j one year each to the penitentiary at ners from Sitting Bull have arrived they must send their applications di- j Albany, N. Y. The remaining trials at the Standing Kock agency bearing rectly to the Tension Office by mail, have been postponed until the May a distinct proposition from the chief : instead of through ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 January 1879

mm i ii 'hin i i in rmimiwiiwHUiini wrtiiiftwiHiij iihiiiiinn BBHHB BMI Now is the time for about Feb. 1st we will invoice our stock, and in order to save labor, we will close out a good share of our Mammoth stock of dry goods and notions, and will, therefore, offer bigger bargains than ever before. We hsre about 3000 yards of Medium and Light Prints, that we will veil (to close out) AT CTSifwryard. Ail other goods as cheap n proportion. Call in and take this chance in, as you will never have an opportunity to buy a3 cheap hearafter. KLOEPFER & BOFINGER. LaPorte Street, PLYMOUTH, IND. The Republican. ThUHSUA Y, JANIAK Y 3O, 1S79. Waal's Lrnr rill enr Bt.k Ifesflav be. Mr. For thirty days we will give the New York Weekly Atlas, a forty -eight column paper, and the Efpi blican one year for $2.10. See advertisement of Weekly Alias in another column. A. L. Wheeler lost his gold ensed spectacle?, Tuesday, which caused . -t him considerable uneasiness, but tO DUy -Ury VJOOCLS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 30 January 1879

The Republican. Waste of Farm Muohlurrj. How many of our readers or their immediate neighbors have a plow, harrow, valuable wheat or corn-drill, wheeled rake, mowing or reapingmachine, or other vahiable farming Implement and machinery lying out of doors iroprotected from the weather? Hundreds we will venture to say. HuveaDy of those careless fanners ever endeavored to cipher out the actual loss such inexcusable negligence entails upon them? A mowing machine or drills", threshing machine or any other piece of complicated machinery, sutlers more bv exposure to weather in one season than the wear and tear of putting in or harvesting of half a dozen crops. The implements and machines on many farms in the western country owe 50 to 7G per cent, of their decay and breakage to the effects of weather, while 25 to 50 per cent, of their usefulness only go to benefit the owner, who has paid a high price, and probably bought them on credit bearing a high rate of interest. Is it at all strange th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 February 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jrnci : Cor. Michigan Laportc Sts. TERMS r SUBSCRIPTION. Ob caay ob rear. In advance 1 1. oo Ob p9 six mcuths. in advance $1. 0 , Onw eepy tare months, la advance,. 50. ' The Plymouth Republican. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 1879. NUMBER S. ADVERTISING RATES. HBSiness cards. 5 line. C. t-r t.-ar. tp-clal rat. plveutn regtflar advertisers. !-gal Adt-ertlSeineufs as rcgalatcd hy law. Moni and transient advertising aSarfe kaosn ott medication. Church auc torWjr anuoaset-meirt. tnarristr , and death feoffees, it Local nofif es. in IhmIv true. 10 cerJU not ;rn. Braf insertion; second iasertion 8 cent. Job Printing on the moei favorable terms, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OSUa ia Peat OOlce Btek. Iwllin on East Mi Bob :a Hi. tilt tut Street, PLYMOUTH, IYDIANA. Or. J- M- JENNINGS lHYsIl'UN AND SURGEON, office with X r. N. Sliorman over Lauer' s titore. on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 February 1879

The Republican. inet, kt tcaiewd his rtatgaattoa, which was promptly accepted; ami another President was aa prompt 1 j of Brigham Young, day and eight, in IVn ami rfefBSS by more than one man at a lime; but snap to a rent in the Pern girl's shoe, j Sewn or Ihe Heck Condensed. A guard If still kept over ihe grave j as I am comparatively helpless, I see This wonderful witticism, written by General Sherman i3 on a tour of in a young man who is chagrined be- speetion in the South this week. Notice of Apiioiiitim-r.t. J. Y. S1DERS, Editor. Trirnsn ay, Fkimu akv 6th, 1879. The investigation of Jedge Blodgett now progressing in Chicago, is foiling the conclusion on the minds of many that absolute power should not rest in the hands of a District lodge, that there should bo given the right of appeal in aM eases. chosen with at any disorder or unduo excitement. This shows that Republican ideas and constitntiofMtl methods are gaining la Trance, and wili prevail for all time to come, if the lea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 February 1879

From and after this dato we have Our Larire Stock of Sfii Sin John lirooko is ju t now the liveliest loofctag man in town ; nine an-1 a hair pound boy at Lis bouse is the reason. Piatt MeDon.ild left yesterday morning for Colorado on a grotpect iug tour, with a. view ol makintj tbut his future home. The ten.pemnee sermon delfveretl by J. J. Faude Sunday evenlna Wickizer ami Charlys young men or Bourbon were Ioli-il in j:iil !a9t - Wiliiaiii Ltut, two towashlp, Saturday, for disturl'inff the tcbool i taught by E. Reynolds, at thv Perj siting school huuse, It oeems that ; the trouble grow out of the teaohei's having punished a brother oT one of the boys above named, Trvy will probably know better than to again DRY GOODS is MM to have been one of the befit ! t( l whool hOQK f( tho purpose ever delivered la this city. Thomas G. Evans, attorney at ! law, who lately removed from AI- I Won to th'n city, left here Monday ! morning for Meridian. Miss., where j he expect to iceide iu the futu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 February 1879

The Republican. Tho Sociable. Tbey isxried pi to the parson's liouar And scattered the floor with crumbe, Aud marked tin; I -a van ,.f hi ch riceat hooks With the print of their greasy thumb. Tway piled hia dkn high and thick With a Wit of mi health rake, While ther gobbled th buttered toaet and SEE Which the parson'a wife did make. They hun;; ronnd tlytie- claaeic neck Their apple paring for apart. And every owe laughed when a clumay loat Spilt hi tea in the pianoforte. Seat dav the parxon went down on hi knee. With hi wife, but not to pray; h no. twa to arrape the grease aad dirt From the carpet and ataira away! Written for the Kspt blicaK. Cheerful Words. KT 4. A. IK 9ome people go through the world snapping &nd snarling, and if they had mouths constructed like a dog's, would bite frequently, A soap is always accompanied by a frown, which, perceived by the person to whom the cutting remark is directed, would end a sensation of horror through is system. To say that we ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 February 1879

w&sntaSManaBBirsa The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. VV. SIDERS c CO., 1 Li .MUl i n, a n l. Jffice: Cor. Michigan ä. Laportc Srs. TERMS OF SURSCRirTION. Oaoeopy one ye.r. in advance $2. " On eopr six muutlis. in advance $1. 00 One e.opy three months, in advance,- - M. he Plymout Republ ican VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, t879. NTMHEIi 9. AOVKRTISING RATES: P.usin -ss rsrds. 6 line, $S, per r. . Special rat.? givento r (alar advertiser. Legal Advertisements at regulated by law. Home and transient sdserlisiug made known oo application. Chtnrli and society annottac-saeats, marriage and death notices, tr.e. Local notice, in body type, 10 cent per line. ecoD'l insertion ü cents. Job I rii.tinß ou tlic most favorable terms.' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. B O 3 TOM, T- A. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON (Mise in Pott fa -e Rl. k. Dwr-llin? on East SidSooth Mkhigju Mreet, PLYMOUTH. INPIAXA. Or. J M JENNINGS. 1HYSIIAN AND BÜBOKON. oflkfl with A Dr. N. Sli- rui tn - r Uu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 February 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thi üsdav, Ffrrcaky 13th, 1S79. covered up their work so well that it could not bo discovered by a committee organized in their own interest and berK on discovering as little ras cality in the Demecratic party as possible. How bally honest Demo- - - - - -1 - - - - crats who voted for Mr. Tilden now Blue Jeans says the constitutional feel it is not possible for a Republlamendraent making a residence of can to tell, but of this much we are sixty days in the township necessary ! convinced that as a Presidential can to entitle a man to vote, cannot hurt the Democratic party unle-a they have been "lying like thunder." Probably that is what Democratic legislatures are afraid of. l'elton's Confession. Mr. Pelton has spoken. The nephew and confidential secretary of Mr Tilden, and the Secretary of the Democratic National Committee, confesses that an attempt was made to buy the electoral vote of Lvjisianna, South Carolina, and Florida: acknowledges that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 February 1879

MMR --.tV':-v:-r' --.' T-7 1 IsMMMaVSM MMNMNMl We Open tMs Week A Large Line of EARLY SPRING GOODS, Such as MEDIUM LIGHT DRESS FRINTS. GINGHAMS and WORSTED DRESS GOODS. Bought at Prices 25 per cent Lower Than Last Season's Prices. We also have put an immense lme of goods on our 5 cent Counter ! JLgaio. It will pay to call and see us, as wo are Determined to Sell Cheap For Cash, and Cash only. KLOEPFER & BOFINGER. To-morrow is St. Valentine's day. Nature smiles and weeps by turns this week. The weather this week is almost as uncertain as a witness before the Potter Committee. The Green township teachers' institute will be held at the Shirley school house next Saturday. Li friends to nko care if him or save alock of Iiis hair when Ho t&rts out again tor we ns women may Curl Iiis Hair for him if lie ever comes down hear again No Signature. Mr Editor Pleaa PublL-h this In respect for ma James F. VanValkenburp, one of I the jolliest men of his age in Plymouth or a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 February 1879

I The Republican. Discontent. Two boats rocked on the riv In tbe shadow of leaf and One was in love with the harbor; One waa in love with the sea. The one that loved the hirbor The winds of late out bore, But hei I tha ttT, lone ng. Forever against the ahorr. The one that rests on the riv.rtr. Though satlin; fair and ImI . Looks hark to the peaceful river, To the harbor sale and awwsl. Ons freta against the quiet Of the mofts crown, shaded shores; One sighs that it may enter1. The harbor ne erinore. Ons wearies of the dancers Of the tempest's raran-l wail; One dreams, amid the lilies, Of a far off, snowy sail. Of all that life ran teach ns. There's naught ro tru-aa this The win la of (ate Mow ever, But erer hl w umise. Educational Column. J. F. LAS ü EN BAT Oil. CÜPID AND PSYCHE. One of the most charming fictions transmitted to U9 from antiquity, is that of Cupid and Psyche. It involves the most suttli.t te Heas of li e, death and immortality, as far as we may look for such ideas am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 February 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THU RSDAYS BY J. VV. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Laportc St?. TERMS OV iOMUMI HIB One copr one rr. la advance $3. One copy six months, iu advance $1. oo Oue nopy three months, in advance,. .. 5. The Plymouth it .f Br liblicün VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, NDLANA, TU IT USD AY, FEBRUARY -Jo, 1879. NUMBER 10. ADVERTISING RATES. Bitatno" ei.';, 5 lin-, , per ye. Special rat g:veito r arlar aHverflun. I -gal Advertlspinetita aa repeated by ImW. ITornc and transient aivertta'mg made known aa application. Church an 1 society announcements-, marriage at I iUulm no. ice f r w Local notier, tn body type, 10 cents per llac, first insertion; aecoa.l iaaerliou A ceatm Job I riiiting on the ant fafoaabfc renal. BUSINESS DIREGTOHY. " TA. BOSTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OflUe in Pott OfSVe Block. OvreflBftg M Fast II Sulu Mil higm Sir VL.y- MOUTH. I l I A-VA.. Dr. J- M JENNINGS. iHYSICiAN AND BUBGBON. See with Dr. M. ahormaa over Laue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 February 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, February 20th, 1S79. Hews of the Week Cudrnftf 4. John Hawley, of Brazil, Intl., was killed by a passenger train on Sun- The act to allow women to practice 1 before the Supreme Court of the United States is now a law, having been signed by the President. Congressman H. C. Burcbard, of Frseport, 111., has been appointed Director of the Mint in the place of Dr. Llnderman. His appointment is hailed as a victory for those opposed to the single, or. gold standard. Mr. Burcbard has been in Congress during the ten years past, and for six years of the time has been a member of tbe Committee on Ways and Means. Washington special says: There Is no doubt of tbe passage of the bill by tbe Senate, restricting Chinese emigration by a maj rity proportionately as large as that given in the House. The Chinese legation are very much agitated on the subject. A member of the legation Baid that they bad not anticipated any sueh legislation and bad taken no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 February 1879

The Republican. Thursday, February 20th, 1879. Waat' Lirr Pills cur Indicestioo. CITY AND COUNTT, George MornlngBtar, of Walnut, has returned to Columbua, Olio. The Temple of Honor of this city will give a grand supper at their Hall Saturday night. Bumor .ays that E. Wheeler and D. E. Snyder will form a copartnership fur the purpose of buying aid shipping grain. For thirty days we will give the New York Weekly Atlas, a fort j -eight column paper, and the Republican one year for $2.40. John Williamson, who has been for sometime connected with the dry goods establishment of Richard Williamson in this city, returned to Now York Saturday. Don't fail to attend the lecture at Centennial Hall, Saturday evening. Father Toohey is worth listening too, and the proceeds go to help St. Michael's Academy. The Plymouth Good Templar dramatic troupe, accompanied by the silver cornet band, visited Bourbon Saturday, and rendered the drama "Rum or the Frst Glass" to a crowded house. Look out for an ori...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 February 1879

The Republican. Educational Column. J. F. LAN11F.NR.U OH. CHIP BISK ET. washing, not cf comfort, whih de eules us to choose thoM colors ia m.-iteihils wl'ich tlo uot'lu-ar constant I waliinp, suc'c ns wool an-I ?i!k, ! which slum Um lirt tonal an'l rotmu ; their eolo f o jf eat. In the siinmr. i when Indies wear linen and cotton fah- rtoa, wfalek lo not surfer in the (jicms of ThonzW. Tit-. i a sip-red tin rhat hinds onon ial mini!! tafpttwfS A silent ::. ..i.i. heart null Ikm."., Almost unkiimn to cither. Aflliction It u school of virtue; it corrects lovity an. I interrupts the confidence of lioaiafCi Let our lives le as pur as snow r.-Our -are" represents the Wiish tlb ,,iey can itrfnLia g their 1 . where cur footstep, leavo a rthern "aron'an.l is therefore iovo of wllito anJ delicate tints of . rk but not a stain. northern lasting moaanaeiv. of the Influence of northern dialect. Be. The southern be" is now banished from the indicative (except In vulgarisms.) but it is retained in...

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