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is wanted in Fort Wayne on the charge of forgery. He is described as years of age, T feet 7 inches in height and wears a gray mustache. Hog chnkra is ni -erteil as eredemic in thirteen counties in the state. (int. I'.. Paul has purchased the l'.ehreiis property on the northeast cor ner of Carro and Water street, and en teniplates building two double houses thereon for the accommodation of four families. .ludd Oeviney of Uoiirboii who for s'ime time iat has been employed as a tailor at Kochi sH-r was in this city this iimming enroute to Frankfort where he li.'.s accepted a position ot a similar nature. llert L. i'aiiif, s .n d' llev. Louis Paine, of Mm !envil!e, :hio, who, for the pas: few days ha- 1-een t!ie guest of liUanat, Mrs C. T. Mattinlv d' this city. Kit to-day for Uecorah,- Jowa, wiiere lie will visit other rc latiws W. T. Vanvactor, an expert electric ian of Huntington. lud , U ai the city today consulting with L. C Pickel in regard to matters pertaining to the r.Ikhut Teleph-::e Company. Some deeid-d actio:! will be taken by tiiis company in the m ir future. Llkhart Trutli. ' Mrs A. . Kern, of south llend i- the poee;.or of a .:vel burglar alarm. It is an etlu.-ated porrot v. hiclf when burg lars attemped to enter the house a few nig'ds since awoke the inmates and frightened the marauder away by tailing at the top of her Voice. "Look out! Lo k out!' While switching at this station Mon day afternoon a treight train on the L. K. A: W. Ky., struck a coal car on the Pittsburg erov-ing. knocking it clear of the track. Not much damage was done and m trains were delayed. -V circumstance occurred at yester day morning's lire which cahs forcibly to mind the great loss iy tire in the eiiy on tiiO nnni:::g of IV'uaary I'th last. Alter the department hail airiwd it was discovt red that the hydrant at liall Carabins c r;.v!- could not be opened for some m:uc, owing to the key having worn oil ronnd on the corners so that a wrench would not '. This be attended to before another should serious couilagration lakes place. From Thursday's Daily. Pay-day ai liicycie Works ytstenlay. W. V. I.ankenav, is in Ft. Wayne to day. Archie I.'olh ui went to S--U!i Lend to-day. (leo. Kruvcr uuil to Arges this morning. The coiwi lioiise clock failed lo strike this liioi iiiiig. Cal Ki.er drove i'Vtr to Loath--"l lius morning. Lou Mel mild is in Chic ig to-day on business. Mrs. Isaac Thomas !e;t on the excur sion last night. iXelson Wilson went to Walnut this morning on business-. jhuler Lall, of Warsaw, was in the city yesienlay evtuing. 1 r. Jackson was ealled t Argos on business this i fiernoon. J)r. Lgleslon, of Warsaw, was a vis itor in this city u-steruay. Jefferson Hoggs, of Argos, was in the city on business yesterday. Mrs. Ld. S. Lrooke ami son left for Indianapolis tins mo vning. The heaviest frost of tin season vis ited this section Ia.-t night. Paul K et eher and Peter Hank left for Ft. Wayne this morning. K. W. Cecil, of IJouibon, was m the city on business this morning. !.('. Parker, ol Argos, called m the city on business this morning. Dr. La. inch-, of Argos, made a busi ness trip to this city yesterday. Mi.-s I. ou S ansoury has joined the force of clerks at L. A. Kloepfer. C. L. Thoiuhurg, ol Leiters Ford visited in the city this morning. .lames Thayer went to Mormont to day noon on a special errand. J. S. Net ly, id" Walnut, called in the city yesterday morning on business. Tlioiti : on Turner, of Walkerton, called iii the ciiy yesterday on business. Messrs. .Ire, l'upert Hairy Cragg went home, last night to attend the ceiiteniii-.il. ('has. Wilhelm lias purchased the Miller restaurant, and took possession last eening. The Plymouth (Jun CIul celebrates their annual mud hen shoot at Maxm- kuekee to-day. Messrs. (. II. Liechtcl and W. (). Hoffman, of Üremeii, made the city a visit yesterday.' I)r. Heiring, of Hi emeu, reports a number of cases of malignant diptheria in that vicinity. Ik Spanglo took an organ over to llourbon yesterday morning, and came back without it. J no. Ilitterkoffer and Chas. Conger went to Fl. Wayne last nigh to take in Lie sights to-day. Communion services will be held at the Keforined Church next Sunday .morning at 10:110 o'clock. The Vandalia railway sold TA) tickets from this station last night for the ex cursion to all points in Ohio. The Pittsburg House has changed hands. Mr. John Seed of lienton Har bor becoming the new proprietor. (leo. I). Krieger and wife, of Union township, left last evening for a visit with relatives and friends in Ohio. The firm of Capron V Morsches lias dissohed partnership. Mr. Capron hav ing purchased the interest of his part ner. The Laporte brass band of :f pieces passed through this city yesterday on their way to the centennial af. Fort Wayne. Mrs. Lode Lowell and Miss Katie Lowell, of Argos, visited in the city ... .. .. 1 41. 41. . 4 .. T 1 M'Sieiua;, won me iamu ot . i. ... .i Harry T. (Hick, of North P.altimore ( nio, was. in the city to-day, the guest of Messrs. Chas ( I. Loyer and Will L Holbein. Klv Cabie. of Pretty Lake, left on the excursion last evening for Alliance. ; ni-tMY1;i j,t. r,.(.0 ami ijie pUi,n(. ,s m Ohio, where he will visit a sister for a j viu.,i to ,,. pn-sent.- Lochester llepub few days. , ln-an. Chas. McLnuijhlin and Will (.'orbin j r...Ti-Mr left for Lagle Lake about 2 o'clock this! ARGO-b AND VICINIi Y. morning, where they will hook lY--thej imnv tribe Dr. Lrooke and wife accompanied by j their son, L. S. Lrooke, lett this morn ii.g via the Pittsburg railroad to Chicagi on a trip to Dallas. Texas. Stoves and stove Furniture, Hi 1 to j values at J. V. Astley's. On account rf the prevalence of diph theria at Hammond the board of edu cation has ordered the ublic schools closed for an indefinite period. James IK-Ioney lias engaged Hollo Clemens, of Argo. to run his new machinery for the manufacture of his patent horse blanket buckles. Mrs. Joe Liehison and Mrs. Susie Howies returned to their home in Logansport yesterday after a four days pleasant visit with Mrs. C. S. Price. Harvey .-deele, formerly with Caipen ter & Losv.'orth, has resigned his posi tion with that firm and accented one of a similar nature with L. A. Kloepfer. lhrt Ashton has resigned his posi tion at the Cycle Works and aeeip'id one as operator on u.e l . u . 1 . ' , He left this morning for Warsaw Ind.! W. S. Daniels and wife are in l i-. Wayne to-day attending tie celebration and from there go todrand Lapins to attend to some business for th' Cycle Works. Miss Lottie Poland, of Cincinnati, stopped over a few hours in this city yesterday and visited the families of C. L.Tihbetts and J. W. Hess enroiuV home from Chicago. Three v. agon;- passed through the city this morning enroute to (leorgia. Two were from Carlisle, Ind., and one from O.rand Lapids, Mich. The wedding of Miss Katherine lla langer to ( b orge Hahn was solemnized at Kuhn's hall in the presence ot a large circle of friends last evening Lev. (.rob officiated. Joe, Mcdce and .Miss Hanner, of Yai paraiso, who were so seriously injured by being struck by a train while on their way to Chesterton Saturday night are reported as improving. J. W. Wiltfong has resigned his clerkship in the store of L. A. Kloepfer and will devote the next two weckst learning Iiis duties in the oilice of the county clerk which he assumes Nov. !. Chas. Shear'y, of (Jrand Lapids. Mich., has been th. guest of his uncle, Mr. Nate Oglesbee. He leaves to-day for Chicago and Minneapolis. Mr. Shearly is the railway agent at iJriilge street, Hra:;l Lapids, Mich. The following parties are attending the centennial at Foil Wayne this week: W. S. Woodard, Mrs. Will Morsches, Mrs J. F. 1 lanes, Miss !)ullian. Will Lunkenaw, I ... (J. Capron and P. Schul teiss. ( Jeo. llosenbury lb-parted last evening via the Pittsburg railway for Ma!doer, Tuscarawas county, Ohio, that having been Mr. Iloseiduuy's home during early childhood He will remain the guest of relalivts and friends tor about three weeks. Mrs 1). I. Ilolhenherger, the mother or S.W. and Lrv. Mrs. Levi. Smit b, mother of Mrs. Uev. llothenberger. both of Mulberry, In k, pleasantly sur prised thei- people ficio by dropping in on them unexpectedly yesterday. They will visit here for about two weeks, Mrs. H. O. Houghton and bahy left for her home in Shoals Ind., this morn ing alter a few weeks visit with her parents at Loinboii ami her brother Chas. I laker in t Iiis. city. Sadie Ilas-en who was to have been the next attraction at the opera house in this citv, has cancelled the late. A card received hy Managers Stecns and Lauer, says: "Sadie Hassen company closed a? Indianapolis on account, of unpaid salaries and her heavy drink ing." Lost JiVtweeu St. Joseph, Mich., and Plymouth, Ind., on Vandalia pas senger train due here at 7:27 p. m.. Monday, October 11, a large sum of money in envelope. Finder please ad dres:; W L. Hogue. Laroda, Mich. Lib eral reward will be given for return of money. The crop of walnuts, hickorynuts and butternuts in the country this year, is nrob tblv heavier than has been the case in any year for a long lime past, The walnut trees are fairly groaning under the weight of the nuts and so are the butternuts, and while the hickory nut crop is not so large as the others, it is still of a quantity greater than in recent years. One strange fact is, that he walnuts, as a rule, are of much smaller size than last year. 1 to 1 values in hardware at J. V. Astley's. Hon. ll.il. Thayer, of Plymouth will deliver a lecture, Sunday evening at the Laptist church at 7:b" o'clock, under the auspices of "The Young Men's Christian Association." The subject will he St. Paul's Journey to his Imprisonment in Lome, and his " ' Martvnlom without the LateSofthC , OJ. II Ml II lli JO'iUi, Iii 1J7.'1, .'111 i'hayer visited the prison in which the Apostle was incarcerated ami will give a brief description id' it. He also parsed over the same roads which Paul traveled j in going in and out of Lome. The kct A uoos, Oct. 1.',, ivifi. Isaac Leed was in Plymouth to-day. Old Farmer Hopkins in the opera house next Fridav evening. James Polin, of this city moved to Tipton, Ind., to-day. The Italian musicians were in town Tuesdav afternoon. John Laker and daughters, of W al ton, Cass county, Ind., are visitir'; with Dr. Oyh r. The Argos ball team goes to Lremen Thursday. J. II. Ormsby made a business trip to lent one to-day. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Turner went to i t. Wayne Tuesday to visit relatives and friends for a few days. O. D. Chapman is giving his residence an Michigan street a fresh coat of paint Mrs. Moigan Fink, of Lremen. is vis iting with Mrs Ellen Huff. TWIN LAKES. Mit. Wm. Lawrence ha? been quite si'k f(''' the past week Mrs. Uachel McLlralh who has for tbe past two months made her home with Joseph White, leaves to-day for Winnebago, Illinois, to remain an in definite time. Charles Kreighbaum, of South Lend, visited in this locality over Sunday. Mrs. Xtlson Warner's mother, ef near Kaneville, III., has been visiting her for the past week. She will return next Monday. Norman Miller went to Kaneville, Illinois, lasi. week to secure work. Henry White made allying trip to Tyner City last Saturday. several of Frank Weyrick's children are le ported piite sick. Mrs. Jacob Kreighbaum sprained her ankle last week. Miss Louella Moore, of Donaldson, visited Miss Laura Feller last Saturday nigln, and Sunday. Apple picking and corn husking are the chief employment of the farmers at the, present time. A number id" young people attended church at Lurr Oak last Sunday night. One of the young men was successful in making what is termed a mash. Par ticulars later. Wm. White and family visited rela tives at Lurr Oak last Sunday. The remains of little Clarence (Iross mau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isiah (!ro-s-man, were brought from near Lourbon and interred m the McFlrath cemetery last Thursday morning. Astheclnlddied of diphthetia no funeral was held. The bereawd parents have the sympathy of the entire community. A number of people from th's place attended the funeral of Mr. Holl's son at the Dunkard church, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pero le't for Ohio on the excursion last nignt. Mr. John Nichols is building a wagon shed and corn crib, which will aid greatly to Ida convenience. Mrs. Wm. Warner, Mis. Nelson War ner ami mother ami Miss Lottie Holm will visit the county infirmary to-day. Mr. Henry Vark and vitu left for Huehanan, Mich., last Saturday. Jesse Leldon is having his house painted this week, by men from Uour- boii. Win. White has been elected school director of District No. 1. Mni.i.y S'l'AKK. T MwiH'Dt l" WIi'.!. W hen tlie had weather ciunes and y ii euii no longer rid' your wheel, take it to t'nderwood & Wails, Center St., and have iL ch aneil, oiled and slnml for the white;-. 1 'rices reusoiiiiljle. Ask agents of the Nkkel Plate lload for information about the llonieseeU ers Kxemsious to the West, Northwest aul Suthwest, Oet.2t and 22. Aeeideut insiiranee tickets at any tini" ami for any length id" lime in i're ferre I Accident Co. of New Vork II. I). Ueeves, agent. ii.dn.ei io tin- u.si, Northwest ami southwest via the : Nickel i l'iate Uoad, Oct. 21 and 22. Ask aenis, Inventive llnoir Hi-uanlnl. Patents have been issued to the fol lowing residents of Indian: Oscar P. Lenjamin, Lafayette, well-boring ma chine; George Harden and J. M. Dye, Wabash, thill support; Isaac Joyner, Anderson, safety hitching diviee: Fred erick W. Keifel Jr., Louisville, Ky.. and J. Zipp. New Albany, assigrmis to L. Scan'.an, Louisville, Ky., grate: Louis Koss, assignor to C. W. Lridgts. Indi ana?, oiis, wire fence machine: David Lack, Dana, safety device br pok climbers; lid ward Miller, Jr.. Lvans ville. combined crib, cradle and settee: Fdmund Moni-, Michigan City, lo .m for weaving cane: Micheel Net!'. Tabor, fence: Walter W. Schult, a-simior to Wayne Works. Lichmon i. corn planter: James M. Summers, Ai.der.'on. vege table sIicer;Seth Ward, Princeton, hat h er cutting instrument : Jac h J. Weich- ! ert, Fori Wawie, assignor of ne-haif to P. A. Lall ami J. A. Moiter, Plym outh, hat hohler. Hue on the Te;ic!i i. A certain Fchoolmaster oc-aslena!ly compares the achievements of his pupils with the work of noted men in their boy hood daNs.miiL'h to the scholars' disad vantage. "Now , Join . !i;tve yon solve d the problem:" asked li.e teacher the other day. "No, sir," lepliedthe boy. "I can't." "How old are you. .lohn 'r" "Sixteen." was the answer. "Sixteen'." repeated the instructor, "sixteen and can't solve a si'nple pi!l)le:u like that! W h y s i r, a t y o u r a g e ( beo r ge V a s h i 1 1 g t o n w as surveving the estateoi Lord Fair fax." The pupil look, J thoughtful but made no reply. After the clas was dismissed a classmate impmed ot him if Washington ever did anything else re markable whin he was o'.. "I don't know," responded the boy "He was a surveyor when he was as o'd as i an:, and when he v. a- old as our teacher he was Pi csefi-m of ike I nited states." Philude'ph'c.i ail. Tltr ,.v i Inu. The new tlag. which will be the old one reorganized after July P.h, l.v.!o, on an order by the war department, will consist id' six rows of stars, eight stars in the first, fourth and sixth and seven stars in each of the other three rows, The forty- live stars rej itsenl each of the several states including I'tali, which will be admitted into the uni u in accordance with the I'nited states revised states on July ith, next. The dimensions of the Hag and the rale of prtmoition, which muM be i'ollowe ! in the manufacture of Hags of all sizes areas follows: Length uo: bidding silk fringet wo and one half inches wide around the edges) live feet six indies; widih, four feet four inches width of stripe, four inches; width of ;h !d two feel six inches; width of field, two iVd four inches. Fp in M ichigan a man kissed Iiis neigh bor's wife tnd the neighbor. v, ho was not very neighborly, suedhim forassult ami battery and the kisser was lined s II. ". The smallness of the tine was the i t suit otLie kissing being a mutual trau ::ci ion Now we won hi like to know bow aanl! and 1,'atiery can result from mutual transaction. If a man .-ets a black eye by mutual consent it w ould be consider ed rather awkward 111 him to have Hie fellow who administered it arrested forassult. Lut out in Lou die a wo man was kissed against her will ami the kisser paid ;2,"t), therefore, accord-, ing to the rule of five itcostsjust slbS .)( more to kiss a woman against he will than by mutual consent, the kiss it self being acually worth but sli."A Here is an occupation for the new wo man. She is sure of sll.ri), and if thi' fellow gets in to big a hurry and goes tu 'lushing the cattle" she may he able to pull his leg for sS2,ÖOO. Cond thing! Ilt:iie-S '5ver s i;-u rsioii. On the v'andalij line to the west, southwest, south and southeast at very low rates and with liberal rdsini limits. For date of sale, rates, time of trains etc., call on Agent. ho On improved fiinns i cnn xet you a loan at as low a rate of interest ns can he had in the county. on have tluk priviirm1 of paying 1(X) or more on the princi pal each year. (Jail and see me. C. Ii. TIIiliKTS. Plymouth, hid. JA5. K. HOUUNTON, Prosecuting Attorney Ct)lleetions, Depositions and Civil llusmess Attended to Promptly. GI20RGE P. STEEL, HOUSE PAINTER draining, Paper Hanging, Coach Tainting, lite. I. 0. lo 27, Walkerton, Indiana, ileauW'iioe, I miles east of Walkerton jjljjjl I 6 N ;uh1 after the 15tli of tlii in tilth I will sell coal cheap fr cash well aiTord t cash hecaue it with which I irrunptly, and i Li'ive mv cnstoniers tl;e lie cash purchases. and Lfet mv cash prices l;eiore v hnv vour eoal elsevrliere. (airs frnlv. i . i i iiner Yih Kf u üVSt l.-e-t r:ii-i- :: re run. t r,-' v. : iiiivi'.niic h;i irr Hi'' wise aiel tie pia'M-s i:te Im i-ii ;:'..!. 'I 'In-: v :.; ' i'hi-r w i i 1 T 1 1 r. r" r AND HAM I TON ORGANS ferirM T..V. The HAMILTON i" J : ft I - II T :i I IMited i"V lie;t!itV e.h'l U'.e s i- tliev-; nf it i!li ;:l lnii". ;iM'l i-. Iii'iit in i ;;e i tl'.e 'rui'K'-ii-.tt rui'i iii.-t iiie;iM' I!.:t.l". 'If.- ESTEY i (teil I'mv i; , -.t i li'". ; i r .".11 I oii.-n.ii'i iiH-.-!i-n::i-:ii ri'!:Ji -e'-tiMii. 1'i.r ":'." : l y : ! :it jm e- ilei.ir :i-y pr'jü: i;t, I.-ng t!:.'" note or ;'.t 1 : ! r k ; ri. . t r -i-h. i ;ni l si.- ;:(( T i . -: t r (lie--- v. m;- j !e:' ei' i i 1 1 i ; ";"! I :;i t. ESTEY PIANO i'vivl iltl iViiei, M:iy !! ei-;i at .Ii'"-e. !"(-r t!.i i4 : in in '- !"";! n -ae-li'ii ii-i pi) ;;i ! y I" ie--lnk-nir l-i.- ii. liihiv tnnle. 7-i Optvlion and Jeweler. I ) i-!-. X)i-tl I tsttTice. Mnnev lo-.i!K-d on walclie's and vain-i .,1.1.:, ' I 1RT0N Mil 0 Plymouth Institute the Cure of or MORPHINE, WHISKEY and TOBACCO. A splendid private Sani tarium in one (if tlie most Ueaiitil'ul towns in Indiana. Ail communications should he addressed to Dil. T. A. C0RTON, Ply mouth, Ind. H. B. REEVES, Justice o? the Peace, OVKil M SSi. ACM MAN lh'. PLY MOOT?!, IND. ( 'oll -etit.iis !'!niie!:y earf-uKv ;;tl-tiileil t", Su-!ii:iiH-e A ei:l." RIPA-N-S The modern stand ard Family Medi cine : Cures the common c very-day ills of humanity. 3 VI TftAOC z. o PORK with order. I an sell cheaper fur ive nie the c.i-di can pav mv hilN can w--!l aiTord to neiit ot IMe:ie see nie n J Poor. mm wm A Ü w n-..- of these Advance Gil Cans 11-, t ' ! ,! ".ged .vho hit o;l at ;o v - 1 p: iee in tlie eoV.I.t v Potatoes. Otei't. fo; when you wu.nl ihe lv: Mi.rihly (d "rotLltot t ll.lt '.'.: : eh'.; j'eh;inp.' e:: n sup) ly yo-i ;n.u u.irantee s-.-.tiMacl; n. laviiic; u'rown a new arei sii; v:Uv iu-:ety, etli I ee;-e:s and eo-hil-, taking !he p; l. e oye' i'dty-s.ix (l:l:e; -e ;.m ; ju ,s v S'.rk Stat'e. The Best Is the Cheapest. IUI. Luibiib m uG!nGi ow. The Day Of glittering geld in the mouths of the. needle is rapidly giving way to the more modern and certainly more harmonious and durable Pücüi teü ii lid lit j IJK DL'KR'S I Newly uiliiilcil Sstun of applying i this work is a a ve'.aiien 10 ail who de sire their teeth preserved and restored to their natural whileness. (all at the Mode! Dental Pariors i ia'M(h:ti-i. r . :. V3-. TW"' Arc Slill Wt fh Here and f)::inir l?!isincss. T clcphonc cs or Bring in Your Orders. THEY WILL BE TILLED ASD DELIVERED PROMPTLY. STOCK i full of (Citron, Fine Seedless Kaisins, ('nr 11111 ts, ami all of the lA'ood things for your fruit cakes, pimnh pud dings, etc. Aunt .laniiina and Self-Rising Inekvlieat Flour and everything fount! in a fiit-elass grocery. Your to please. Geo. Vinall. s