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PLYMOUTH KIL WINING
LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.;
meets first and third Friday eve
nings of each month. Daniel
McDonald, K. M.JTohnson Brown
PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No.
49, R. A. M.; meets second Fri
day evening of each month. L.
McDonald, II. P. J. C. Jilson,
No 26 K. T.; meets second and
fourth Thursday of each month,
Ed Corbin E. C; L. Tanner Ree.
PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No.
26, O. E.S.; meets first and third
Tuesdays of each month. Mrs.
Sallie Parks, W. M. Mrs. W. J.
AMERICUS LODGE, No. 91;
meets every Thursday evening at
their lodge rooms on Michigan st.
F. II. Alberts, N. G. Jesse Ho
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
HYPERION LODGE, No, 117;
meets every Monday night in
Castle Hall. John Linquist, C. C.
Calvin Switzer, K. of R. and S.
PLYMOUTH COURT No. 499;
meets the second und fourth Fri
day evenings of each month, in
K. of P. hall. Chas. S. Price,
C. R. C. M. Slater, Sec.
K. O. T. M.
PLYMOUTH TENT, No. 27;
meets every Tuesday evening at
K. O. T. M. hall. Dan.Jacoby,
Com. James Hoffman, Record
L. O. T. M.
WIDE AWAKE HIVE, No. 67;
meets every Monday night at K.
O. T. M. hall on Michigan street.
Mrs. Flora J. Ellis, Commander.
Bessie Wilkinson, Record Keeper.
HIVE NO. 2S; meets every Wed
nesday evening in K. O. T. M.
hall. Mrs. Maggie Fogle, Com.,
Alma E. Lawrence, Record
Meets first and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in Simon's
hall. Moses M. Lauer, Regent.
Francis McCrory, Sec.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Meets first and third Wednesday
evenings of each month in K. of P.
hall. C. M. Kasper, C, C. Joe
G. A. R.
MILES II. TII5I3ETS POST, .
A. R; meets every first and third
Monday evenings in Simons hall
Dwight L, Dickerson Com,.
Charlie Wilcox, Adjt,
SONS OF VETERANS.
Meets every secord an fouith Fri
day evenings in G. A. R. hall
J. A. Shunk, Captain. Cora L.
North, ist Lieut.
METHODIST. Class meeting every
Sunday morning at 0:30 o'clock.
Preaching at 10.30 a. m., and 7:30 p.
ro. Sunday school at 12 m. Epworth
League at 0:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
every Thursday evening at 7:05 p. m.
L. S.Smith, pastor. J. W. Wiltfong,
class leader. D. Frank Redd, Sabbath
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. St
Thomas' Church. Re?. Wm. Wirt
Raymond, rector. Sunday services,
10:3) a. m., 7:30 p. m. Sunday ßchool
at noon. Services Wednesday even
ings at 7:30. Communion on hjly
days at 10 a. m.
CHURCH OF GOD.-Garro and Water
fits. Regular services 10:30 a. m. each
Sunday. Third Sunday in each month
preaching by J. L. Wince; fourth
Sunday by II. V. Reed. 10:30 Sunday
morning and 7:20 Sunday evening.
Sunday Bchool at 12 o'clock; Eva
Railsback, Supt. Prayer meeting at
7:30 each Thursday evening.
UNITED URETHREN. Sunday
DSSQ a. m class meeting. 10:30 a.m.
and 7:00 p.m., preaching by the pastor
1 1 :30 a. m.t Sunday School. 5.00p.m.
Junior Y. P.C. U. meeting. COO p.m.
Senior Y. P. C. U. meeting. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public
CATHOLIC CHURCH.-Church la
held on Sundays as follows: First mass
at 7:30 a. m. second mass at 10.00 a. m
Vtspert at 3.00 p. m. Week day mass
7:43. Father Moench, pastor.
THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT.
C. W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop.
PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA.
Minor Happenings of the Past
EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS.
rolltlral. Religions. Social mud Criminal
Doings of the Whole World Carefully
Condensed for Oar Headers The Ac
GlenCa'e, Mont. While coming down
Lion mountain John Blennerhassett
and Frank Webber, miners, started a
snowslide, which killed them. Blen
nerhasset had a family at Lowell,
Mass., and Webber a family in Shaver,
San Francisco, Cal The steamship
Noana, from Australia, due at this port
Dec. 16, carries, according to cable ad
vices, $1,375,000 in gold. This brings
up the total amount of gold sent here
from Australia since August to ?11,375,
000. Huntington, Ind. The sensational
divorce suit of County Treasurer Ja
cob W. John against his wife was de
cided In the circuit court. Mr3. John
filed a cross complaint and Jude Wat
kins granted the divorce to her. Sho
was allowed $1,200 alimony.
Sioux City, Iowa. Iowa's first Chris
tian Science church w as dedicated here.
Its seating capacity is about S00. It
cost $6,000 and is free from indebted
ness. The local congregation numbers
C00. Miss Clara Shepard, pastor here,
conducted the dedicatory exercises.
Dayton, Ohio "Mike" Ewyer and
John Laughlin of the Soldiers' Home
quarreled. Laughlin struck Dwyer on
the neck with his fist, knocking him
down. Dwyer's head struck a s'.or.e
step and his skull was fractured. He
soon died. Laughlin was arrested oa
a charge of murder.
New York. Eugene A. Cashman, a
foreman in the street cleaning depart
ment of this city, was arrested here.
Cashman was county treasurer of
Greeley county, Nebraska, three years
ago. It is alleged that he suddenly
disappeared and left a shortage in his
accounts of between $23,000 and $30,
000. Rockville, Ind. The jury in the case
of Charles T. Pritchard returned a ver
dict of guilty. Pritchard operated a
private bank at Montezuma, accepting
a deposit cf $75 after the bank was
known to be insolvent. The penalty
imposed calls for a $150 fine double
the amount of the deposit and impris
onment for one year.
Antigo, Wis L. E. Buckman, cash
ier of the defunct Atigo bank, was ar
rested on a charge of embezzlement. It
is alleged that he issued a ceriificafe of
deposit for $2,000, leaving the interest
an-: making the entry on the bank's
books as canceled. Receiver Bergman
says the shortage in the bank will
Fort Wayne, Ind. Fire in the Olds
wagon works did about $4.000 damage
Muskegon, Mich. Gottlieb Xinne
man, ex-president of the Muskegon
brewery, is dead.
Denver, Col. Samuel B. Morgan, one
of the large real estate owners of Den
ver, died of paralysis.
Hamburg, Ark. Grant Staley was
thrown from a horse two miles north
of town and was instantly killed
Peru, 111. The family of Joseph
Wellner was poisoned with sausage.
The lives of three children are de
Sioux City, Iowa While riding with
strangers from Sioux City to his farm,
George Clark was beaten and robbed of
Moweaqua, 111. The Church of Zion
was dedicated by the Christian de
nomination, the Rev. Samuel Piety de
livering the oration.
Des Moines, Iowa Gov. Drake ap
pointed Franklin Pratt of Waterloo
successor to Judge Tollerton, resigned,
in the 10th judicial district.
Toledo, O. Dr. James H. Pooley,
dean of the Toledo Medical college
and one of the best known physicians
and surgeons in the state, is dead.
Oakland, Cal. Two Southern Pa
cific switch engines came into collision
on the Oakland mole, causing the
deaths of two men and seriously in
Assumption, 111. Harry Fleck went
hunting with an old musket. The bar
rel burst in his left hand and tore it
so badly that it had to be cut off above
Toledo, O. Dan Robb was shot and
instantly killed by William Downey.
Robb is alleged to have made threats
that he would kill Downey, with whom
he had some difficulty.
Mascoutah, 111. The shortage of E.
D. Tolle, the missing treasurer of the
Belleville Loan association, is said to
be something over $10,000. Creditors
will lose nothing. Tolle's whereabouts
is still unknown.
New York The Prince line steam
er Trojan Prince, from Leghorn, Genoa
and Naples, brought 1,008 steerage pas
sengers, most of them women and
Elgin, 111. The postmastership con
test in Elgin has been decided in favor
of H. D. Hemmena.
Detroit, Mich Albert K. Knapp, a
German cigarmaker, 39 years of age,
tried to kill his aged mother. Sub
sequently he was found dead, having
cut his throat.
Sioux Falls, S. D. A state bar as
sociation has been formed, with Bart
lett Tripp as Dresident.
Springfield, 111. Dr. Carl Ferdinand
Kuechler died at his home, aged 75.
He was born in Germany and came to
Springfield in 1846.
. Knoxville, Tenn The strike in
laint Rock company coal mines at
Almy culminated in the shooting cf
two miners, William West and James
Pontiac, 111. Postmaster Bradford
has received word from Washington
.that mail-carriers have been appointed
and free delivery goes into effect Dec.
San Francisco, Cal. M!chael Pur-
cell, a boiler-maker, was making some
repairs inside the smokestack of the
steamer Wellington at the Folsom
street wharf, when six fires were start
ed below him. He lies at his home in
a critical condition.
Madison, Wis. There will be a con
test over the 'will of the late William
Mack Pyncheon, who left his estate cf
$75,000 to $100,000 to be used for the
education cf poor boj-s in Madiscn, af
ter a sister, Mrs. Mary S. Eugene, has
enjoyed the income during her life.
Black Hawk, Colo. Uranium, worth
$1,500 per toe, has been discovered
near here, and the agents of a French
syndicate have announced that they
will buy all that can be produced, as it
is mch desired by the French govern
ment for hardening and solidifying
gun metal and armor plate.
St. Louis The-Mis6is.ippi river hs
reached the low-water mark of 1S64.
Columbus, Ohio The State Federa
tion of Labor has passed resolutions
indorsing the proposed postal savings
'.-an and opposing the extension of
time to put safety brakes on cars.
Beloit, Wis. Mrs. John Radamacher
who Las a baby three days old, was
given a drink cf carbolic acid by mis
take by her seven-year-o.d daughter
and will probably die.
Upper Sandusky, O. At a depth of
thirty-five feet a vein of coal was
struck on the farm of Isaac Sneavely,
ten miles east cf here.
, Dubuque, Iowa Prof. Charles G.
Kreisel: n.er, said to be the oldest edu
cator in Iowa, was stricken with pneu
monia and d.cd.
Wabisb, lad. Miss Susie Drower
filed suit for $10,010 in the Huntington
Circuit ccurt againt Samuel Tyntr, a
grocer of Andrews, alleging breach of
Cincinnati, Ohio John M. Newton,
for many years librarian of the Young
.Men s Mercantile libraty cf this city.
fell üejul in his chir m the library
from heart disease.
Salem, 111. A special election on the
qutsiion of establishing a system cf
water works in this city gave 140 for
,nnd 111 against. 'I he council will pro
ceed at once with the arrangements.
Lima, 0.--Suits against Hardin
county commissioners for $35,000, the
face value of spurious bonds sold Bos-
on and Cincinnati 1 anks by Z. T.
awls, were compromised by the
bondsmen paying the amounts.
Green Kay, Wis. Gertrude Prince,
the pretty 19-yeai-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Prince cf Hayes, Oconto
county, eloped with and married Wil
liam Smith, a negro.
Hairisburg, Pa. Commander in
Chief Gobin of the Grand Army of the
Republic has called a meeting of the
executive committee of the national
council, to be held in Cincinati on Dec.
-5, to fix the date of the next national
Lansing, Mich. The Michigan crop
report for December say3 the condition
of wheat Dec. 1 was S8 per cent of th.3
average. The condition is 3 per cent
goorer than it was one year ago, the
fields being unusually spotted.
Lansing, Mich. Reports show the
Existence of hog cholera in fifty-one
places in the state.
New York. John C. Sheehan, the
Tammany Hall leader, has gone to Hot
Springs. He intends to remain in the
South until his health is fully re
stored. Akron, Ohio J. Cook & Sns, eld
est wholesale and retail grocers at
Akron, Ohio, have assigned. Liabili
ties, $10,000; assets, $8,000.
Wabash, Ind. A suit to break the
will of Joseph Busick was begun here
by Allen G. Busick, an adopted son,
who was given $1,C00 from the estate,
valued at over $100,000.
LATEST MARKET REPORTS.
P.ye, No. 2
Oats, No. 2 white
Corn, No. 2
.Hogs, all grades $l.f0
Cattle, common to prime 1.60
.Sheep and lambs 2.25
Corn, No. 2
Wheat, No. 3 spring
Oats, No. 3 white ..
Rye, No. 2
.... . .
Cattle, all grades
Hogs, all gradea 3.00 03.35
Sheep and lamb3 3.5005.65
Cattle, all grades . . .
Wheat, No. 2
Oats, No. 2 cash
Corn, No. 2 cash ,
Wheat, No. 2 red .99
Corn, No. 2 .23
Oats, No. 2 2540 .27
Wheat, No. 2 spring...
Corn, No. 3
Oats, No. 2
Parley, No. 2
Wheat, No. 2 cash ....
(Corn, No. 2 mixed . ....
Oats, No. 2 mixed
Rye, No. 2 cash
Cloverseed'. prime cash,
111 1 10 1 UME.
Enormous Rush Is Expected in
RAILROADS ARE PREPARED.
Hundred of Seekers After Riches Will
Probably Start Without Sufficient Prep
aration and Will llave to dive Up
Keachlug the CiolU Land.
A prominent railroad official, talk
ing of the expected rush to the Klon
dike in the spring, said:
"There is going to be a big rush of
travel to Alaska when the season op
ens. People are preparing to go from
every state in the union, and from al
most every town. There will be at
least 50,000 people who will make the
trip, and the crowd may reach twice
"I don't suppose they will all get as
fax as the Klondike; many will not get
beyond Portland. In a rush such as
this will be there will always be per
sons who start out without sufficient
preparation and will have to give up
before they get to their destination.
"The railroads will take care of the
crowds without any trouble. All the
lines are bidding for the business and
the trip will be made as comfortable
aa possible. I understand that there
will be enough steamers to carry the
CUT OF 10 PER CENT.
Tall Hirer Cotton Manufacturer. DeslJe
tn Iledaee Was.
The Fall River, Mass., Cotton Man
ufacturers' association have decided to
reduce all wages In the mills of the
city. It is understood that the cut will
be not less than 10 per cent, and that
it will go into effect Jan. 1. The cut
will affect 28.C00 operatives, who are
paid an aggregate weekly wage of
$1S0.C0. The employes have not yet
decided on their course.
MRS. M'KINLEY IS DEAD.
Aged Mother of the I re Mint I9es
Away at Canton.
Mrs. McKinley, mother of President
McKinley, passed from life without
regaining consciousness, at a few min
utes past 2 o'clock Sunday morning at
Canton, Ohio, with all her children and
other immediate friends at her bed
side. She did not suffer any ia her
Agree to Arbitrate.
Glass-wcrkers and employes have
entered into an agreement whereby all
parties agree to leave to boards of
arbitration any and all questions aris
ing during this season. This agree
ment will insure that no plant will be
closed down until July 1.
Milwaukee lioml Invalid.
The issue by the city of Milwaukee
of $100,OCO in bonds for the erection of
a municipal garbage plant is declared
invalid by the Supreme court declaring
the law of 1S97 under which they w?re
Will Appeal to Supreme Court.
The city of Indianapolis will not
abandon its fight for 3-cent fares on
account of the adverse decision of the
United States Circuit Court of Appeals.
The case will be taken to the Supreme
Ccurt of the United States.
Illanco Sends Condolence.
Marshal Blanco has cabled to Senor
de Lome, Spanish minister at Wash
ington, a request that he tender Blan
co's condolences to President McKin
ley on the death of the President's
Indiana Itank Kontier Arrested.
A man giving the name of George
Barnhartit has been arrested at Alli
ance, Ghio, charged with being one of
the robbers who looted the Milford
bank at Warsaw, Ind., recently.
Itig Fire L ms at Thlladelpliia.
Over $S00,(J09 in buildings and stock
went up in smoke and fire in John and
James Dobson's wholesale carpet sales
rooms at Philadelphia, but the loss is
fully covered by insurance.
Agree as to Spoils.
It is said that Great Britain has
ogreed not to oppose Germany's occu
pation of Kiao-Chou in return for
Geimany's promise not to interfere in
the Egyptian question.
Convicted of Kiuliezzlement.
Banker Pritchard, in Parke county,
Ind., was given one year for embezzle
ment for receiving deposits after in
solvency. This is the first conviction
under the new law.
Miller Wins ltu-jcle Itaee.
C. W. Miller of Chicago von the six
day bicycle race at New York. He
covered 2,013 miles, over 10J more than
the record made by Hale at New York
Has Much tlold on Hand.
The records of the treasury depart
ment show the amount of gold on hand
is $158, 191.CC9, which ia greater than
at any time since August, 1S9Ö, when
it was $185,837,r.Sl.
Hirer and Harbor Hill Postponed.
Republican leaders in the house
have reached a partial agreement to
defer action on the river and harbor
bill uatll the next session of congress.
To Increase the Itrltisli Army.
The British authorities are to add
three army corps to the fighting
strength of jthe empire. Two must be
available for offensive purposes abroad.
No Action on Coast lfene.
No definite action on coast defenses
will be taken by congress until after
THE TRADE REVIEW.
Encouraging Report Made by It. G
Dan & Co.
R. G. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of
"All speculative markets are stronger
than a week ago. The outward move
ment cf wheat and other products con
tinues so heavy that foreign exchange
has fallen three-quarters of a cent, and
instead of expoits of gold, which have
marked December in recent years, im
ports would come if gold were want
ed. Railroad earnings have enormous
"The sudden rise in December wheat
at Chicago to $1.09 would do harm
were it not. based on avowed contracts
to ship some millions of bdshels to
Europe. Cotton is a sixteenth strong
er. A strike in English mills is no
longer threatened, and the possibility
cf one at Fall River has little weight.
"There i3 more demand for iron and
steel products in preparation for rail
way work, bridges and buildings next
year and on contracts for export, with
large shipments of various products to
England and other cuuntries. Foreign
contracts for tons of rails are
"Failures fcr the week have been 312
in the United States, against 3S0 last
year, and 29 in Canada, against 43 last
SPECIAL SESSIONJN ILLINOIS,
Legislators Meet to Dliiraii Six Import
The senate held a five-minute ses
sion. Senator Dunlop introduced a
revenue bill. Resolutions of respect
on the death of ex-Senator George W.
Hill were adopted and the senate al
journed. In the house Dec. 9, Mr. Guffin, chair
man of the appropriation committee,
reported bills appropriating $60,000 for
the soldiers and sailors' home at
Quincy, and $1,000 to defray the ex
penses of defending the Inheritance
tax cases now pending in the United
States supreme court. The bills were
ordered to second reading. In the sen
ate the three bills making appropria
tions to defray the expenses of the ex
tra session were advanced to th'rd
The first week of the special ses
sion ended Friday when, after a per
functory meeting lasting five minutes
in the house and three minutes in the
senate, both branches adjourned until
Monday evening at 5 o'clock.
AGREE TO ARBITRATE.
i C!a9s Workers' and Manufacturers War
Keaciiea a conclusion.
Anderson, Ind., Dec. 14. Secretary
J. D. Van Daventer of thi window glass
manufacturers' national wage commit
tee has returned from Pittsburg. A
conference was held Saturday night
after the workers had signed the wage
scale, and another agreement was en
tered into, whereby all parties agree
to leave to boards of arbitration any
and all questions arising during this
It will be necessary to get in every
working hour when the plants get
started, and this agreement will insure
that no plant will be closed down un
til July 1. The manufactures also en
tered into agreement to do away with
any animosity toward workers and
treat all alike.
It is thought the cutters' and flat
teners' scale will be signed this week.
Plants cannot now be started unti
after Jan. 1.
Alton Ifuce War In Court.
Alton, 111., Dec. 14. The trouble be
tween the school' board and the colore!
people has been transferred fror: the
local field to the supreme court. Mayor
Henry Bueggemann and attorneys for
the city, H. S. Ealzer and John F. Mc
Ginnis, will go to Springfield to file an
answer to the petition of the colored
people fcr a writ of mandamus. The
city means to prove that there has been
no discrimination and that what has
been dene will work for the good cf
Vrlend ltllde Conference.
Richmond, Ind., Dec. 14. Arranre-
j ments have been begun for a Bible
I conference to be held at Earlham col
lege the coming summer under the
auspices of the Indiana and Western
Yearly Meetings of Friends. It is the
intention to establish a permanent con
ference, to be held each year about the
last of July, for two weeks. The most
prominent workers of the two yearly
meetings, as well as ethers, will take
reat Itrllain May I "ay Itouuties.
Lenden, Dec. 14. The Times, refer
ring to rumors that the British gov
ernment contemplates imposing coun
tervailing duties cn bounty sugar, as
serts that the government has decided
nothing except to inquire as to what
would be the effect of such duties, be
cause it is anticipated that a European
conference may be held ere long to
discuss the possibility of abolishing
the bounty system.
To Iteform I'rl 111 rice.
Italph M. Easley, secretary of the
Civic Federation of Chicago, has issued
the call for a national conference in
New York January 14 and 15 of men
interested in securing primary election
Mast Close Minneapolis Schools.
The board of education has decided
to close the schools In Minneapolis
March 1, 189S. The board has no
money and no legal right to borrow.
Want Reciprocity with Canada.
The board of directors of the Bos
ton Merchants' association adopted
resolutions indorsing reciprocity be
tween Canada and the United States.
Senator Ilanna III at New York.
Senator Hanna was taken suddenly
ill at New York Friday. His condi
tion is not believed to be eerloua.
Feels Perfectly Well Since Taking
"I have been troubled for over two
years with a weak stomach. I concluded
to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. After taking
a few bottles I felt perfectly well, and I
cannot speak too highly of Hood's."
Mrs. m. II. Wright, Akron, Ohio.
parilla Is the best in fact the One True Blood Turifler.
Hood's Pills are the favorite cathartic 25c.
Danger In the 15 all room.
"What a beastly cold you've got.Sam!
Where did you get it?"
"It's not a cold, it's hay fever. I got
it dancing with that grass widow the
First Citizen "They say the snow
Is often twenty feet deep in the Klon
dike." Second Citizen "Heavens!
But, of course, .there are no sidewalks."
DROPES Is the name of a
LiJl O simple but effect
ive remedy for rheumatism, neu
ralgia, asthma and kindred ail
ments. The trade mark is self-
explanatory. Fire Drops make
a dose. The effect is mogical. In days
gone by other alleged cures have been
marketed with the promise to take effect ia
thirty days or more. Five Drops begins
to cure at once. Immediate relief is felt.
The manufacturers of Five Drops have
thousands of testimonials from reliable
people, copies of many of them gladly
6ent upon application. In order to more
effectively advertise its merits the com
paay will for the nest thirty days send
out 100,000 of their sample bottles of this
positive cure for 25 cents a bottle by mail
prepaid. Large bottle, 300 doses, Jl (for
thirty days 3 bottles $2.50.) Those suffer
ing 6hould write to the Swanson Rheu-"
matic Cure Company, 1C7-169 Dearborn St.,
Chicago, 111., and take advantage of this
generous offer. This company is reliable,
and promptly fill every order.
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Ice Water For Stock.
Ashes Removed With Water.
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