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II Popular Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. Strong Suits for the Hoys. Every Lady who has a Boy Should Come and see our BOYS' CLOTHING Every stitch and seam is true and firm, the fabric strong and of a color that wou't soil easily. These Suits are put together for the roughest kind'of wear. You might pay more else where for Clothing not as good. Oun Stylus and Pi:ici:s Plkasi: Evkkv- BODY. OUR SHOES Are merit makers and reputation win Tiers. Call and see see us. North of Post Ollice. Cf?e3nbepenbent Fro:u Friday's Daily. Mrs. C. T. Mattingly left for Chicago this morning. George Klingerman went to South Bend yesterday. Sigmund Mayer returned from Chi cago last night. J. W. McFarland, of South Bend, was in the city to-day. C. L. Morris returned from a business trip to Peoria, 111. John Strombeck left for Chicago this morning, on business. Dr. W. J. Could, of Argos, was in the city on business Thursday. Andy Morches went to South Bend yesterday to attend the races. A copper nickel plated wash boiler only 1.50 at II. B. Whitlock's. Sam Jordan visited in South Bend and took in the races yesterday. Geo. II. Thayer, Sr., of Bourbon, is the guest of relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kloepfer are in Chicago, purchasing holiday goods. Messrs. Burkett and Sapp, of Warsaw, were guests in this city last evening. Daniel Koontz, of Walkerton. was re newing acquaintances in this city to day. Harry Farret, of Buchanan, Mich., is visiting the family of Frank Bos- worth. Maurice Lauer visited here last night on his way home to Muncie, from Chicago. Mrs. C. B. Scott and son, of South Bend, are the guests of YV. E. Leonard and family. Ora Jacox and family drove to Nut wood Thursday where they will visit for a few days. James Beid, of the South Bend Im provement and Construction Co., was in this city to-day on business. Misses Grace Axe and Helen Disher, who have been visiting in Valparaiso for two weeks, are expected home to morrow. Aunty Klinghammer and Miss Han nah Klinghammer, left for Chicago last night where they will visit for a few days. Herbert Kellison returned to Decatur, Ind., yesterday, after several weeks vis it with his father, Hon. Chas. Kellison, in this city. II. B. YVhitlock lias rented one of the W'olford store rooms on Center street, and will remove his hardware stock to that location. Mortimer I. Stevens, ot Cycling Life- the only trade paper in the country de voted entirely to bicycle interests, was in town to-day. He left for Pittsburg at 4 o clock this afternoon. There were 5000 people in attendance to the dedicatory services of the St. John's Evengilical church at Wanatah last Sunday. It was a notable event. Music was furnished by Michigan City and Laporte Chons. The 1. 1 W. & C. By., ollicials passed through this city yesterday on their regular tour of inspection. Miss Minnie Clark left for Kochester yesterday where she will visit the bal ance of this week and attend the fair. Mrs. S. Lancto, of Harbor Springs. Mich., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. m! Crawford, also an uncle, J. Keyser, in West township, for the first time in fifteen years. Bev. Bothenbenjer left yesterday tor Ft. Wayne where he is in attendance of the Synod of the German Beformed Church. He will probably return this evening. Two small houses on wheels passed through the city to-day. They were the proierty of Frank Hager and Henry Brubaker of South Bend, who with their families are on their way to Wil cox connty, Georgia, where they will locate. Carl J. son of Jay and Axey L. Guil der, born June ISth 1892, died Oct. 2, lSrJ3, aged two years, three months and fourteen days, at the family residence near Argos. The funeral was held at the residence with burial at Oak Hill cemetery in this city. Levi Artz, A. Young, D. Bedding, Eli Beece, Josiah B. G rover, J. J. Wind bigler, David Fields and J. E. Houghton have returned from Knox, where they were in attendance of the 10th annual re-union of their regiment the 29th Indiana Volunteer Infantry. Mrs. Mary Ellis died at the residence of her son-in-law, Jacob Keyser, on the Michigan road, north of this city, at 11 o'clock last night, aged 7f years. The funeral services will be held at Fair mount Church to-morrow afternoon, with burial at Fairmount cemetery, Geo. X'ihart, ofliciating. Dr. W. Y. McLemore, of Maion City, 111., extracted a full grown lower central incisor tooth from Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dare's little four weeks old infant. The tooth was ulcerated and its removal be came necessary. It was drawn with an ordinary pair of forceps and gave im mediate relief to the little babe. This premature detention is said to be ex ceedingly rare. If things go on in the new way much longer the human family will have no rights whatever. A wicked dentist in Missouri has commenced suit against one of his patients for damages done to his operating chair by kicking and squirming while he was having his teeth pulled. This is piling insult onto agony which the public ought not to submit to a moment. Now is the time when those who throughout the year have trudged along the uneven pathway of life with an unruflled temper, smashes the record by putting up their heating stoves. Xo other subject has been given the amount of attention as this necessary adjunct to a well kept house. Putting up stoves comes as near testing the even spiritedness of men as any other labor we know of. Few merchants and business men in small towns understand the worth of advertising. AVhen the prospective buyer sees something advertised that he needs it is then that the newspaper advertisement best impresses its weight upon him. The continuous advertiser, one whose wares are held up to public view at all times, gets to the buyer at the opportune moment, whilst the spas modic advertiser expects the buyer to remember what he, the advertiser, said last year, thus losing many opportun ities to sell that which he has. Ex. From Saturday's Daily. Adam Vinn?ge fished at Twin Lakes yesterday. C. T. Mattingly was in South Bend on business to-day. Mrs. G. W. Marble and daughter are visiting in Chicago. O. F. Ketcham made a business trip to South Bend to-day. Hon. Chas. Kellison was in South Bend to-day on business. F. X. Huffman, of Bochester, was a Plymouth visitor yesterday. John Klinghammer was transacting business at Hamlet to-day. Mat Keyser is able to be out again to-day after two days illness. Mrs. Dr. Loring, of Valparaiso, is the guest of Daniel Miles and family. The P. F. W. & C. By., ollicials passed through the city yesterday by special train. Umpire Jeveny, who has been visit ing in this city for a few days, leaves for Chicago to-day. Geo. Hahn and Miss Katherine Has langer visited in South Bend yesterday returning last evening. Mrs. S. M. Benham, who has been visiting with Mrs. Mary Yockey in this city, left for Chicago to-day. Prosper Ball and Jerome Walters re turned last night from a two weeks visit to Columbia City and Ft. Wayne. W. II. Love was in Lapaz yesterday and goes to Elkhart Monday on pen sion business. j.ne county commissioners are in session at the Court House to day to take action on some bridge matter. J. C. Millspaugh, traveling passenger agent for the Vandalia, was in town yesterday in the interests of the Ohio excursion. V alkerton is to have water works. A company has been formed and near ly all of the stock subscribed by citizens and the town. A natural death surrounded by weep ing friends is too good for a man who goes around scattering poison to kill honest dogs and household pets. A lively scrap took place on Laporte street last night in which several men and women were mixed up. Warrants have been issued for two of the parties and the matter will be settled in court. Andy Moore, who for nearly two years has been known as the genial and obliging clerk at L. Tanner's drug store has resigned his position and will em bark in another branch of business. Xappanee is talking of putting in a telephone exchange. The system talked of is the automatic, requiring no oper ator but by which each subscriber by his own manipulation of the switch may have a hearing with any other subscriber. Tilghman Gunn, the pitcher of the Bourbon base ball club, got the end of the index linger on his right hand so wuui; uiuoiiwi llliU 1U Ul 1111 IUC club at Bremen last Friday, that about a half inch of the injured member had to be amputated. Bourbon Mirror. Laporte has one woman, at least, of the right kind of material. Becently a tramp entered her house and demanded food. She replied by giving him the contents of the wood-box in rapid suc cession and with such emphasis that he soon understood that his presence was not required and left with more speed than grace. Oliver P. Dillon and wife, of Bochester, celebrated their golden wedding Wednes day, Oct. 2. Hon. II. G. Thayer, of this city, was among the guests, and delivered an address icviewing their lives for the past forty years, he having known them for that length of time. J. X. Wilson, executor of the estate of the late Solomon Pearman, has ap pointed Mayer Allman and D. K. Harris as appraisers of the estate. The per sonal property was appraised yesterday and his farm, which is one of the finest in Marshall county, will be appraised to-day. At the reunion of the 2Vth Vol. Inft. just closed at Knox, the following of ficers were elected: 1). 1. Shoemaker, Union Mills, president; Xn. Anderson, Knox. 1st vice-president; Homer Filer, St. Paul, Mich., 2d vice-president; J. P. Pownell, Fulton, Ind., 3d vice-president; David Bedding, Plymouth, Ind., treas urer; J. E. Houghton, Plymouth, Ind. secretary. An exchange says that the world is to come to an end in October, exhorts merchants to advertise so as not to be losers by having large slocks on hand when the final moment arrives. It al so says that it would be to the advan tage of subscribers to pay up, clear their consciences and secure the influ ence of the papers when Gebriel blows his trumpet in the morning. The three large evergreen trees which have for years been known as land marks in front of the Geo. Work place on South Michigan street, are being removed by Editor Brooks of the Bepublican who recently pur chased the property. It was found that they were undesirable for several reasons, one being the fact that the needles from them would drop into the eave troughs and rot freeing an acid which ate the tin with startling rapidity and another being the fact that not a blade of grass would grow beneath them. The Seventh Dav Adventist canin m a. meeting at the grove in the south-east part of town seems to be meeting with considerable success, and is notable for the good order preserved. There is a whole village of small tents which are used as living apartments while a large one situated conveniently near the street is used as a house of worship. Many people have stayed away from these meetings on account of the cold weather the past week, but this is not necessary as the large tent is well heated by two stoves and well lighted by gaso line jacks which assist materially in keeping the atmosphere dry and pre venting colds. Interesting sermons are preached at 1 a. m., 10:30 a. m. 2:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. From Monday's Daily. M. By an visiledat Ft. Wayne, Sun day. John B. Losey drove over to Bourbon Sunday. Geo. Wolford spent Sunday in Chicago. John Buge went to Chicago this morning. Frank Firestone, of Bourbon, was in this city to-day. Henry Stein went to Bochester to day on business. T. J Tvvcmey spent Sunday with his family in this city Ora Jacox returned from a visit at Xutwood, Saturday. Frank Jones spent Sunday with friends at Bochester. Mrs. W. E. Beynolds vi&ited friends at Bochester, Sunday. M. A. Baker, of Bochester, was a guest in this city Sunday. Aunty Klinghammer returned from Chicago Saturday evening. John Lindquist visited his brother, Xils, in Chicago over Sunday. E. Thornburg, of Marmont, was in the city Saturday on business. Workmen are putting steam heating apparatus in the Packard block. Miss Clara Butcher, of Argos, spent Sunday at her home in this city. John Kuhn, Jr., of Chicago, spent Sunday with friends in this city. Mrs. Stephenson returned Saturday from a three weeks visit at Pueblo, Col. Judge Capron spent Sunday in this city leaving for Bochester this morn ing. Mrs. Fred Jeveny left for Chicago this morning where she will join her husband. Mrs. Ora Jacox and son, who have been visiting relatives at Xutwood, ro turned home to-day. Harvey Barrett, of Buchanan, Mich., who has been visiting Frank Bosworth and family, returned homo to-day. John Jacoby who has been ii! for some time and was reported as not so well last week is again on the gain. Messrs. W. E. Leonard, Jr., Win. Bissell, Frank Morsches and Upton Schilt were in Chicago last evenin The graveling of Plum street is more thin half completed, and ere long that street will be one of the Finest drives ways in the city. F. A. Downs, of Brazil, Ind., has been appointed to fill the vacancy left by Agent Hale at the Vandalia in this city, and has entered upon his duties. Misses Emma Swindell and Jennie Daniels, of Beloit, Mich., arrived in the city Saturday evening, to make their home for the winter with Ilarry Swindell. Frank B. Hale leaves for Terre Haute this morning, where he will commence work in his new position as city ticket agent at once. Mrs. Cephas Firestone and mother, Mrs. Wade, John Welch and Lawrence Wade leave for Beaver City, Xeb. to morrow, where they will visit a brother and other relatives. Miss Emma Travis, who was report ed as very id, is no better. She has laid in an unconscious condition for about three weeks, and as yet no im provement can be seen. John Volkert is the owner of a cat which has given birth to six kittens all of different colors and fastened to gether on t.ne same order as the Siamese Twins. The are still alive The Columbia City Post recently launched in that citv makes the fol lowing sanguine statement "The Even ing Post is receiving many com pliments. More compliments than money." Mrs. T. J. Willings and daughter Irma, leave for Hagerstown, Ind., to morrow morning, where they go in hopes that Mrs. Winings may further recover her health. A little girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Baxter yesterday morning, but only lived a few hours, dying at 10:15 o'clock last night. The funeral will take place to-day at 3 oclock p. m. from the resi dence. An exchange says a minister was assaulted by a disappointed lover while in the act of performing the ceremony, and a newspaper learned of it. When the editor saw the article he marked it to go under the "railway news." Peing asked why he thus des ignated it, his reply was "because the minister was hurt while making a coupling." The remains of Clinton Miller who committed suicide at Marion, Wednes day were taken to Pierceton for burial. There was no reason given in tha let ter left for his wife, for his rash deed. The only reason she can assign was that of some slight reverses in busi ness, but she does not deem them of importance enough to cause him to take his life. He was engaged in bus iness at Warren. The following is The Bochester Be publicans own novel manner of extend ing congratulations to a newly wed ded couple. Yesterday at his ollice Justice J. E. Troutman joined in wedlock Mr. W. II. Meyers and Miss Litta Wolf, both of Union towuship. It is hoped that the llowers that bloom in the spring will lind them backing in the light of the honey moon Mrs. Coleman, of Canada, Mrs. Craw ford, of Plymouth, Mrs. II. Ilulverson, of Chicago, and Mrs. Edwin Moore, of Laporte, are guests of Mrs. M. J. Boyce and Mrs. Ilattie liamrick. Michigan City News. Chris Jacoby residing 3 miles east of this city was severely injured Fri day while picking apples. He lost his balance in some manner and fell to the ground receiving several bad brui ses and cutting one ear in two. Apples have fallen off to great extent on account of wind. Winter apples have ripened beyond their time and there seems to be a poor prospect of their keeping well. There is a general feel ing that they will be high priced be fore spring. Fred Batterson, a prosperous farmer of Milan, township Allan county, has a nusical family Eleven of them, ten boys and one girl, aged from il to 24 years, furnished the band music for reunion of the Twenty third Indiana Battery in Ft. Wayne yesterday. The childjen are good players and make excellent music. Mr Batterson has lour more children too young to toot a horn Columbia City Post. From Tuesday's Daily. Circuit Court opens next week. Dr. Durr was visiting at Bourbon to day. C. B. Tibbetts went to St. Joseph this morning. W. E. Bailey made a business trip to Argos to-day. M. Byan and wife returned from Ft. Wayne last evening. John V. Astley and wife are visiting it South Bend to-day. Geo. II. Thayer, Jr., left for Chicago on business this morning. Harry Collins of the Heinz Pickle factory is in Kewanna on business. Miss Lee Foster, of Tiosa, is the guest of her sister in this city this week. Mrs. T. J. Winnings and daughter Irma, left for Hagerstown this morning. The largest assortment of late designs and styles in parlor lamps at the Cash G rocery. Hon. W. M. Gallantine and wife, of Goshon, are visiting the family of Geo. II. Baylor for a few days. Laporte has organized a foot ball eleven. There is an opening now for some good live surgeon. Miss Susie Kaufman leftto-day noon for South Bend where she will visit a j few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Uriah Hardy. The was an error in the game law published yesterday in regard to killing of quail. It should have read Nov. 10, to Jan. 1. The Columbia City Daily Mail has discontinued publication owing to lack of financial support and an order from the court. Ktntland has contracted for a system of water works to cost s.VJt;tU) with the U. S. Engine and Pump Co., of Batavia, 111. The Novelty Works commenced run ning on long time yesterday, They work until! I o'clock every night ex cept Wednesday and Saturday. The first snow of the season fell this morning. It was but a few scat tering Hakes but as it struck the side walk it reminded one of the chilly blasts of by gone years. A pretty wedding was solemnized at the Catholic church this morning. Leon ard Molter and Lena Schoner were the contracting parties, and Bev. Father Moench officiated. Henry Craig and Maud Shively both of Bourbon were joined in the holv bonds of matrimony at the residence of Owen Disher in this city last night Justice II. B. Beeve olliciating. Elkhart is suffering from one of those low-lived, contemptible whelps who stops little girls on the street and make vulgar and insulting remarks to them. Hanging is too good for such fellows. An Elkhart liveryman placed 821 in his hat the other evening on starting home as a prevention against robbery. He forgot about it and lifted his hat to scratch his head as he was crossing a bridge, dropping the money in a mill race. Oflicer McCarthy shot and probably fatally wounded John Sheridan, a tramp who was attempting to steal a ride on a Lake Shore train at Pine Station. The ollicer ordered him off the train but he refused to leave it and attempted to stab .McCarthy. Department Commander Shively and Adjutant Smock of the G. A. B.. hav? turned over $3,000 raised by the Grand Army of the state, to the Board of Trustees of the Lafayette Soldiers Home. The money is to be used in the erection of cottages. Leonard Wolfersperger, a Columbia City mechanic, has figured out an idea for au air engine of small dimensions, to b3 placed on the rear axle ot a bi cycle as a propeller. The design shows an air chamber, plungers, and other mechanical devices which he thinks will ba substantial. It will be necessary to start the bicycle by foot power but a few strokes will be sufficient to till the air chamber and start the plunger, after which the machine will be self propell ing. JJe has conlidence in the success of his invention, and it will no doubt meet with much approval if he succeeds in perfecting it. From Wednesday's Daily. M. W. Simons left for Chicago this morning. D. L. Dickinson is spending the day at Bourbon. I). F. Armstrong is reported as grad ually improving. Justice sorbin went to lyner on business to-day. Will Beynr.lds is taking in the fair at Bourbon to-day. Wm. Everly went to Bourbon this morning to attend the fair. Arney Cleveland is reported as rest ing easy and getting along nicely. T. W. Towmey is again filling his position at the P. F. W. & C. telegraph ollice. Homer Sears, of South Bend is visit ing friends in Plymouth and vicinity this week. M. A. O. Packard and daughter, Mrs. Drummond, returned from Chicago last evening. We have in stock at this ollice an ex cellent line of type writing paper at very low figures. Mrs. J. W. Hess left for Bourbon this morning where she will visit friends and attend the fair. Bev. Henry Marcotte arrived in the city last evening having been called to otliciate at the funeral of the late Mrs. David Wiser. The Ep worth League will give a ! Xickel social at the home of Mary Southworth, Tuesday evening next. Every body invited. There is no truth in the report that Bourbon was nearly destroyed by lire Sunday night and Bremen and Xapan- nee papers are requested by the Bour bon authorities to correct the false re port. The meeting of the Marshall County Medical society will be held at the office of Dr. J. W. Wilson in this city to-morrow afternoon. Dr. Mont gomery of South Bend will read an interesting paper on Erysipelas and ether interesting features will be in troduced. C. E. Snoke, a popul tr young jeweler of South Bend, was visiting in this city to-day enroute to Bourbon where he will visit and attend the fair for a few days. Bochester claims to have the champ ion heavy weight bicycle rider of Northern Indiana, he is over sixty years of age and weighs two hundred and thirty pounds. Trustee McCrory was at In wood yesterday with John M. Larsh of The Western Boad Machine Co., adjusting the new machine bought hist spring Mr.McCory speaks in high terms of the machine and says it docs the finest work of anything in that line he ever saw, in fact it could'nt do belter. A pretty wedding occured at the resi dence of Daniel Miles south of town this morning at eleven o'clock. W, Jay Butler, of Terre Haute and Anna M. Jones, Marmont were the contract ing parties. The happy couple left on the noon train for Terre Haute where they will make their future home. Wm Geisler a Columbia City brewer, has a dog called "Prince" that under stands his business. His team took fright at a moving train Monday and ran away. Mr. Deisler had hold of the reins and tried to stop them but the reins broke and left him helpless. Taking in the situation the dog ran ahead and stopped the team by jump ing up and grabbing them by the nos- uns. From Friday's Daily. X Utting parties are now in order. Mrs. G. W. Marble is visiting in Elk hart. Harry Hoy is spending the day at Argos. li to 1 values in hardware at J. V. Astley's. August Carabin left for Chicago this morning. William Foster went to Tiosa on busi ness last night. Lou Allman left for Chicago on busi ness yesterday. S. S. Fish made a business trip to La Paz yesterday. Edwin Mayer and James Gilmore are attending Bourbon fair. Dr. Knott made a business trip to Ilibbard this morning. Stoves and stove furniture, 10 1 to values at J. V. Astley's. W. II. Love was in Bourbon to-day, combining business with pleasure. Everything in the hardware line 10 to 1 and prices to suit. J. V. Astley. Miss Stella Barnhill has returned from a three weeks' visit to Indianap olis. A few bargains still left in packet note heads for 1.75 per thousand, at this ollice. J. M. Wilson, of Valparaiso, was in the city on business yesterday, return ing this morning, E. Spangle went to Bourbon this morning to attend the fair where he has a handsome display. G. P. Downs, general claims agent ol the Vandalia, was in this city Wednes day morning on business. Mrs. Chas. Bamsby, of Walkerton, is visiting her parents and friends in this city. Trustee F. M. McCrory and wife drove over to Bourbon to day to attend the fair. W. II. Xewhouse, who has been on the sick list for several days past, is im proving and was able to be out yester day. Aaron Greenawalt made a business trip to Ft. Wayne and Columbia City to-day. Hon. W. M. Galentine and wife left for their home in Goshen yesterday, taking in the Bourbon fair enroute. Toby Minor of Valparaiso wa kicked in the breast by a horse Tuesday and is feared that he is seriously injured internally. Amasa Johnson answers to the name of grandpa now. A bouncing girl was born to his daughter, Mrs. C. F. Baker, at Ft. Wayne. About 150 tickets were sold to J Jour bon this morning that taken with those who drove over will swell the crowd to two hundred. Elder B. W. Woodward and wife, of Dutton, Mich., will preach at Chapel Hall, Sunday next, morning and even ing. All are invited. The Epworth League will give a nickel social at the home of Mary Southworth next Tuesday evening. Every body invited. Mrs. Maud Ohl, of Mulberry is visit ing the family of J. . Bodocker on her way home from Michigan City, where she spent the summer. Pacer Smith, of base ball notoriety, was sentenced to hang at Decatur, 111., for the murder of his little five-year-old child and a sister-in-law. The Y's will meet at the home of Mrs..Will Suit, on Sophia street, Satur day evening. Xotice the change from Tuesday to Saturday evening. Ask agents of the Xickel Plate Boad for information about the Ilomeseek- ers' Excursions to the West, Northwest and Southwest, Oct. 21 and 22. Continued on eighth page.