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Couotv VS- W- Vitü JäL iL n h kä 11 Vol. II. I'LYMOUTII, MARSHALL COUNTY. INDIANA, FRIDAY, N( Y KM liKR !.. isi;. X u. " Home Buying Makes Home Prosperily. TIIKY WIM, 3I0VH. TRIBUNE A CUTTLK. ll I I- I - : n . ; ' v I ' x - I i .-; i I ;.:; . M. 'A :rr !a-r. ad -.a: : ; lip ! . i'.-'l- :- ,( : ;. y ! ;i . I.;y i II;. Arilin 1 1 1 1 im t-ii i I - I"i i :oi.l RYAN &. JOSFPII CO!PELLF.D To " !.. - -..li Hi, J',, ... ,11,,: ..-,,,. , . ! Sh:iK LARGER QUARTERS. i . K. ai "I!' . i n P i ft KL INSCHIVIIDI THE TAILOR, When a J i l A .- - A 1 given '. i r it..., e;n M..... i .1... Ai. ..I.. i ..:! l I ' p i r ot large iIunu' and wide cu euhir ion cu's its ru-e to oi.e halt and ' ' a . ! ;!!'- ( 1 i . ia v r. !i! I AImiiiI Mru m'i.r 1!. offers lor one run that ?r which i! j Mr. i' h.i i ilil.c.lf.i ;iM:i OlTcrs Iu rt4 jissortinent. roasonabli' vrork u'liai antei'd satisfactory. Tailor Made Clothes ; Ii is !.. en ifctivihf; tv.. it i mat t-r i" i'i'-iif ... 'UUifni war ; .1 It has fift ji apj'aift.t In Ü.- h -t i vi:-.' liir .U-iiiivc ci-iuincii!. It is a maitrr j i'su' wi; i: hi ve:)- - I'r : A rdcrM-av, lit j I'crsniPi- Lim- tliat tfu- .stfadily ihcira- ; 0f public inu-n-s, l.v tin-im wpa,'.-r . 1' ('n:p:iuy with I ::; Kuu. iii T)ri('(.'S ail(I iu 1,asi!uss ol 1:.vaM InStT'' 'vas j tn-ii iv is (.m- f the invaluable coin-1 "nf- !' ihf h.Tr.'js ..t.-uithfrn wn i t a : . - : ,(r- :cuu!ln..t Ion- vuuUniw m the l niyi: ' kv(. r.t..uv ,0 l:.,illgS tcaüy t-'d, h -! Lrr ip w it- nil f s! rai-i' a:. ii "i h ri u i than t;a- are inoiv Kit better, vcar Detter, look better, satisfactory than any other. The comfort ami economy of having tailor made clothing mut be experienced to be ap preciated. See my stock and let me quote- you prices. i.riC i.ni j i i i i i i .. I til- ll .it i i i ( im lim.' i ii .1 ;di p'-uii ..niwi.i.u.M . i.ii M i.-iu ivs.-, lit Illllcil: HUH' , linn. The tact his bieti !i".iv up-i The Chioap ir.buue wa- issued in i en-atiu , ,,u sn.i.ir iiMv-. b. i I ia,'!lt at a!,y '" t!i:lii i; liUS Xn 1;ya:i Ciii.-a-o tins' in-.n:::,- as a pennv p iper ! bHineaM..;,. i,-v Joseph thenisclvfs. The udilitioi ; ni;;i r-iivuhtioii iuereased "li;-.!v! . ( ,., . ' t.i I.- I.-Ii1.li I. II . 1..lltii lining' .... . ' TiC Uhu ti i t d !!." cl,ir,., UllM. i'.M dV'.v what it was a dav ii- tu. aur". j sa-y tiliu to t!I1H' !i;1Vt' ! ' This ii the third time in the Triluues : u;e .-:a s,.Me ,h i' i.e an oui o. , l,iti.ry that ii has: reduced its su-senp-j just a -udrv .denmeas he wa pn..ortio!i to the faciiiOes lor display- tjl .;rt, aJMj ü riaims l(, ,., tjie in..- i i" -r:e 1 1. -raid. ! "'CT gds and to j:ivat!y nnpe!e tlie ; m.,.r .m,(!l, ji,,. reat daiücs in the! That's putting ii a !H l .ila-cf. ( b :!r e t. . were I.a- easv and convenient transaction of bus- : lnatter ol' clieapeiiin (he product ot 1'hey were w crniiinals, but d-uli,!es I l h-!' its olbce tothe people without cheapen- H 'a- i 1 1 1 .', ;V V w a ! ZU i .V, . ! V !' ; all the cMunters and pods packed close- I in.. i(s lllia!itv. Us reduction lias been ! ice to the better t their judnient ; ly in boxes under all I lie counters the i jve CPllts Ut three cents, irom jfJ a halthin but wiio would : r.eeessif v of havin'jr in re loom has , , ; vatd to see c'ood c(-ii tn-ated a- cvini- iiii' v c. :u;i in iu inns uuu linn iii'iii ' i LTiown from day to day. have not leen eay to ja-ocure and it i '.ui 1 - :a !eiii:.:?. j ; in a w .. u aboUl iiVf ' Ci' -Ci. .::. I'.ai i.. sick lo: j-ome t.u.e w : :. i a; 1 1 on u e. 11" it i ve chiiii! t-.i. The l i t l:oi.i at .- ;-.. ,ei. e ,.; i'; 0 c : K alii I -e inti .i - e J . . i ai ( .i iv 1 1 i.i cel.it : r . Mr. i bai . : i , . t j-a-i 1 i t ii .v-KiUsV ; .r. (a: ui'd 'o. as o:, .) ; . . ;. s. lit a ,, i ia s:-nal i.;i a ie u.i ao - t t i . V ii ! l vi i j 1 1 1 1 a i . i i i e i . . v ti;f eoiupa'.'.y '- en- '.-, 'Ue a i he a!ui .1 o: ih iaafi a., 'ei.;.-, i ! ; ea ; s ol ;i e. ell t W ) a-d .i i i con:p.i::., ,.t i U i ears '. . 1 s t.-.at i.ia . ' ' A' - d in Fo ( i nit .'ii it . l'olii.w;:rr i- the ii' c; inals on account of th: biu'e of a !; ; tno eeiiis to one c-ui ? r copy nr ,it.-,,-. . --. :,!L-,.,t.. in,;..i...,.ib.i.! The bii-iness -o!idi'ions of tins city ..... i. p... , ,lf, 1 b '. , , , . aiiutu.) i.-mu. e h'drt!vfnd..a-" t!ie Icdependi'iu are sucn tliat stilt able business rooms: . . ... ,., ... ., .... : ... v ..,( i. i t v.., : l ins is a iioerui ana coainunaaoa "i i ! win nii:i? policy on the part of the. Tri- i Murder is murder, wh KLEINSCHMIDT, thejtjxxä wa! i Aaiiy A ssEJssiioK--- ; the linperativedeman.l ol then business ' . .. . ., . , , ....rj, i,,-, , .!.. ,;..: i '.' . i l ' i :a: . n ir vi u Tai se! fi a i rhi ! t o-oa a c nosed and liiii -ed ny phii.o lo' C ' I . a u ; a ( . 1 . a t ; ;,;.tr apro- I. '. Ibiktr. : the iinperativedemand of the ir business ; j for better facidiies for its tiansaction. j This problem has now been solved hy I the conclusion of negotiations w iili J T. .Mattinly willia view to the oc , cupancy of t !;e ?vtodkel Vui!ibi:ir. Mes-rs. i llaii.: dosi'i'li are to be eoinpliuienU d on t his mo e and lie prosperous con ,d at the Tribune olihv yesterday !:iUp l::"1 liiiulisli tnr.iii'i' im- tie viiiu .h-ae is no doubt ihat ot.her jreat dailies t--an dht those men, wno put to death tu. ist toon toil v in a !;he .vducMon ii.;tl;e ii":ro. W hile there is no doubl (.,. ; that he devei veil deal h, a:ivl admit t i:r he secured his jut h-.-ert; a :m:nirr 1 bv- ia ii:' um li l:i Jh 'o ' a...;:- : N .i i i ii;: I -N .1 1.: of men w ho in. i ni:!v hv t: -ir intel- u.ualra means the -'happy kind." , the eommnnit v nniand is tin i.iii' th. .u:iis. and dition of their busmess ahich has made 1 oaytt means 'anoautain touibry. It will trive. them not j i'eiu wais named fioin the river I'aro. tii-y lived, believed in law and irooil order, did take their p ekc! -knives, so alii i;ivaj . it mu. ui ii. f i , - ... . , . . , . ; - ir ,w : ;.r.-c i.i : only plenty of room hut an excellent jTiamivaal is the country beyond nii . ,l(.,q,'. fri:i otTliis ihimls'. 'an.l in lava iö tue .Malay word tor . J (H i ' ' ;tYS. ! !!' it M i:lll I'. eu? a -1 liolivi.i was thus; . . :1.ivi..,nj. u!;i!,. hi. ! that their su cess of the past will con-; railed in honor of Simon JloHvar.j api,(,llslo kiJi wt.lv a eh!.'!. lia i!, nd Talhi .-. i hi is . wt : e' ah 1 -i.-aai-sed, c--s;- p lid. .!:. ii ,. ! i 1 1 . a.-.., - lio.ip. 1 V.eau a.il hhs a paraaraph. o l." ''O' I .Civ i.i 'ne ? . . . 1 ... I i locanon convenieni ane ior cuv iiii(io.i.i 'country trade and there is na doubt ! "kmd of meetings h.iv vs. t i. a Malt a !, rill. I h -: od b I a r c s i s. (ieo'-e hafer v. (!'. ib .ei.a.i!:- i''i au- i: t inm? with lare future increase. C omfor Moldavia took i!s name from the river ! Moldau. Columbia was thus called m I i honor of Co'umbus. Arabia was so j The city council met at S:m o'clock j (..k,(l j-roIIl its iuh:l,-v ants, the Arabs.! last in-lit at the city hall with Mayor j M(1,H.0o has a!waxs i,e,.u the -land of ! iirM'üi I'ltoi i:i-:niN;i. . .:.ip:.s. dames 11. X'iuiiede vs. I I. ily ('- O fehd liil !i!e : one pa' aurrap!i. i ... . . .1 anus i i'iuev s. Ke!.! and p.auh iff at i (iii h wo p:ra- T " V aas-ver in i answered by i-eu'.lish laiiudi'er. No. iren: Jemen, ne-ro or mi ne.aro, it was murder in its most dribuheal bam.' Call thimrsbv their ri-ht name. Iv : 1'h oi plan. lib su.e.teduod Charles an inaev last m-niai inee.n nan w nn .mj) o, , .( .( , , . t .., - ; ! M. Walker Aehur. su; :n;li d .e p'.lin- v;- . rin ;., n,.np mi! ..ti in. ...in. ' ; not simply, ow mir to the coha ot skm ' SWiialell m the (hair and all the (oun- )! xIoo -. Mexico is t lie eitv of Mex-! . . ... ti;;. 'pi.,. , i. .. i irv to excuse men ;-r committing as .amen i-.e.-ud. i e ii....c, in ' . uilt, ll.e Mexaam -od (d va.. 1 m he- !,,.,, .1( t ,;t , w. JM Wm. Zu-h v. Ci.t Zumbau-h. . ,i;,, ,,,., i.i .,, ,.,1 . ibiutaiact, It on loi p-ist ae w neu i ' meetm-weie read and anpiosed. ori-inaliy the stau, or land di., vlii . w ' v ,. . - h , : I'laintil-'pt rmitifd to withdraw motion i. ni fin- I-.... iMMi-r -in Or lift , 1 1 n J . ... , be w heel and racv w ire ra existence. 1 A bill loi lepa.iiii an an lit pun,. .Turks. Finland is properly 1- en- I !.; aüowan.v pi-mlln- net;,, :i strike whe. 1 or s::r.07, was presented by II-, , -üie a, id of marshes." Chili is a ! f ' iio;.i i.- i..tr,ot. 1 ,,ut. ! II. honham, one-half of which was al-lj, . ,vj. J lowed. j Treasurer's report was receivi-d and I placed on File. C0A1F0RTS AND BLANKETS. The hour is at hand: you are in need of one or the other. Ye have a price list that will win every purse. All wool, part wool and cotton JHankets in white, red and rey, in 10-4 and 11-4 widths, in full lengths, in a way down price. lied Comforters idled with pure all cotton, carded especially to jive lightness and warmth, equal to any home-made. Ihleant coverings in assorted patterns Hpeemls for (his week. A full 10-4 jrey lilanket at 40e, formerly 75c. A full size Comfort, assorted patterns, at 05c, never bef jiv shown at less than Sl.(X). m Wird, sinifvin" '-the land of j l here are in every community a class . .j,,;m k. McCaihv vs. Kekt I'arish snow." Prussia was at First Uonissia, j ui !":, 'ho aw: hard to c-nvince re-; tt -v l i:i :l,-iU :sl..!;i m.w trial the country of the Uorussi. Koiunania irardins the taa.ehts to be derived from liV , j,0 r,.UIt was oriir nillv lh.mania.a Hornau prov-1 inannfacturinir enterprises, and et if i iv t it urv for t V oberterm h-elnarired j A l'sentt'.l by David Wiser was 1 1JUV ;ruuay Wan named from the j the mailer was presided to them ia a 1 yv.o4 ripy and their allow ta.vs .-itihed ; laid ell the table tobe taken U at the ; . . . (, , - VAd,A manner i-on.prehenive, they would see : j() U;Uiitor for pana at. is an Ii dian wi.rd nieaniii- -'cohecti )i: ! the benelit i:i its traie ii-!.t. What calls .... . net meetimr. The matter id" sewera.ue and tiieinsr ! ))f jiU;s;- C,,sta h'iea is a i-anish t x-' '!,rt!l hese remai ks. isth ci.nTempla was then taken up and a motion was simfh. -'rich cusi " c,- 'i"n Ml ' !;' hay roil o! the Indiana Nov- jmade by Tanner, seconded by O'iwefe, i si(.a h.ls a l Ji, k-:i it-iuii name, meaniu-; '"' ';' ks for the past month. Last o' 'in Isi.ie iieiin ant'i on vesierdav, . ana ! aru;s vs. wooded islands." Ativssima was ti:e , Saturday was pay day a( taat rrowmv: T.b " w as t he am- and thai the sewer committee he instruct d io procee i io nie a uncn across ianen i . , n,fl , i, ....... : ii st it et ioj. ana ! - j laiiu oi uic iitMiruto "i iii av 'ii.v.-, ) l i I i I i . , i : is.iee:. Carried. Amotion was made TiRl U(nl i;ll.!KM) 1S ot- ,.atlVl, iai-in. ' raid out lor labor dm in-t he preceding! ."'' , bv Tibbetts and seeoi ded l.v O'Keefe ! ... x-. ... .... I : ..l. T.. mm l.o.i-vi.... .:o i",a..(.... i trial betoVe a jur- j " siijaiiyiue; uie Kinu. . ;e i: an i v,;t-; f ! to appoint ihiilev, (ire'ziiirer and L,' .i ;,. i.., . .,m, d i efits caii rea lilv be seen. This amount. I i - - u 13 il l n I ll'iil" 'ii u Willi iuiiu:, . t, , ' a ill i et Ib-oevca (lain. i'viiieace c.-!a-!u '.ed and court holds same U'af.cr a 1 i.M'iaen! . . .. A. i.'a.-t or A. Urubiiker aha1 .' rat-a- vs. II. L Maxt'V a so-.-cial committee to jenort on . . . . lL'aro Idssds ;m;ii. I amed. !.;.rwvi - nto.d T i iim n; if e.u' u ui mooi, Toimosi is a l'oitu-ue: e woul lli' 'A-r poition of which, is datnh- ()n iiiotioii of Uailey seconded by j a.i- U'ed tliiuuiihi lit the (iifleient ehama-ls I h-muiTer hei;. a i r tied. . ! .1 :5,,,. :i !'!', ". I :i i "i re! S!;ihoi"d. Demur to cress 4 1 a.. I t .1 . . h,nm:i iv.k ;ni,!(,l in lmi.,,1- ,,!T:M:ii, " uaueiinur c.i,aiiU io a oeaiec Tahbtrt.he ioÜowil! 'nils Were allow- j . . every man within the cerpoiated limits complaint o-.er.i.led, an-wer iked. , im ui i"n n it I ' o, r'vmouih di rives a h nein ol th: i , . . i . i hi; j A. K. riidervvood. . . Suit : Hail-back . . . :an'auy v l'o., ' hamviih' Linkt nhelt I II. I!. linck ! ilban.s iv ?das;ena I .lames Me jeer ! '.'rank Firtiir ' W. L. Ih ytiolds I Hebert McKaijiie j . Lolioaioore .lacol Suit i Lemuel Ihiodes j W iiiiam Matiiiiial . . . Chi.S. Stiles Win. Siddles lie::j. cell eis Leroy J A ans (.'has. Sievths , llenj. Fe? ters 11. L. lhu k Win. FFKeele Mamiaiil Od Co Petition i v divor Minnie Hanson vs. Trank L. .Johnson. n? N i e 1 1 1 ! I- W I i.rr. larue sum u monev, "o o ai t t ii ie. h'i a 1'inaia I.iavil'.e. r to Ball & Car abin PLYMOUTH. FARMERS, DO YOU WANT CASH ? Then cut your second growth White Asli into bolts and logs and deliver to our factory, lloits cut IJ long, 0 inches in diameter and up, per cord. Logs cut 11 or"ir,i U et long, 12 inches in diameter and up, IH per thousand. .Must be straight timber and free from knots. INDIANA NOVELTY M'F'G CO. VAS OO j l :o 2 in i 7 ir .-) ir. t ;;o i:u 71 A motion made by Maxey seconded by Tibbcts that the vote on motion to ap prove the report of the street and alley c.iniuitlee made October, 2btli, be re- considered. Carried. It was Iben moved that, the same re .oit be concuiml in by vote of council. The voto on this motion resulted in a tie, and the motion was lost by the mayors ballot. Council adjourned to met t in special ses.-ion next Friday night Xovembei lätli. I'M F'ollowing is Hicks' foiecasf for the. We are trulv glad to be able to chn-n-' defauhed. .!.!.:. !i d-nnuu j rest d" this month: "About tue Sih ick- the successful achtevment of t!u ; e- inp'aii.t. CVt in:!, d. ;; a ; and llh a reactionary swing nl t! e e!e-i magi.ilicMit enterprise in our c'ry. 11 j- Ü. C.i- e.- vs. '! rai'e O -rhiii. or 12 l j ments will bring progressive change to is but a slant tiic- ago when the lndt I note. d urt juakts soecial Finding of lower barometer, warmer, with rain and ana Novelty Werks was doing a very rat.ls :lUt cca'iusi of law thereon. P 27) snow and much tendency to genera! j small business. To-day they are lilhn g ' j;;li,o ; h t -cc! t-. stormmcss. Another nsetif barometer, orders for their popular run, from Aus- j ,t v "h it !t-s 'ink witli coin westerly winds, will iojiow haha, 1 ran.'e. Lngland, and almost I . , . ., , ... ...... i ' . . ... ? treasurer. i;.j.i: cii .n irom aooni ine i'ui u i.iii. i vt n loieign eoumry. About the rJ'h g"i:eral fall of the 'oar- j 2 öo'oineter in western se ctions will induce i ' .ill I ..... ..-1 ! 4, ii ,ii ' I i i L' i i.c ii ' f i 1 1 it in I i ,i i wcu ;iii I nihil.-, ii.Minin., in . ... . . y.t. I-,. ..,-1 .. .1, 7 i..,.'i,,io Mno i' i .ii. :f i, .ii "Iio In I. , U ......- iiiieitii-.i, , . .i w I, , t v ,i i p 1 1 1 . ii i f I J Mm I 1 1 : : I 1 1 to- i j ........... .. .... ... .v. , . , P,i. ! ; ss S 2') i .n :t 7-" r. io lit a Nut sh dl. ! The Newaygo, (Minn.) New.i po-,;,t vs. Treasurer nra-.le j'erpet uah Ik II. F.nglisli vs. L. C. Mast el. ah. on 1 K fault. .1 udgt n.e-it vs. Oeleud- Iti.n'l PioHTId- Ihilton." A young man in a city some distance from Plymouth, was troubled with a carbuncle on the back of his neck." As the visitor was very painful, and wish ing to notify his numerous friends who had a mania of slapping him upon the back when they met him, took the pre caution to place a label across his back bearing this appropriate admonition "Don't Press This P.utlon." I'iirh Coudied w. We expect your patronage because the Nickel Plate road operates conveniently scheduled trains cijuiped with unexcell ed dinning cars and luxurious sleepers bet.veen Chicago, Cleveland, Erie, New York and Uoston. Lowest rates. change to mm n warmer Fitful winds, will blow over most regions w it h storms of rain, turning to snow in many sections during the L'Uh to HUh. Falling barometer and change to wanner, with autumnal storms, will center about the l'.hli to :o. Another dash of polar weather will come behind these reactionary storms, bringing frost and freezing for several days. A Mercury disturbance sets in about the 21st, eni'uacing a regular storm period from "Si l to 'JTth. Some of the most active storms of the month are pr bably at this period and many sec tions that have suffered for fall rains will lind relief about this time. The storm diagram shows that the Vulcan and Mercury periods are central on the -1th and 2äth, and not far from those central dates 1 ok for gener al sorms, attended by snow or rain in many parts. A genuine November cold wave will get in its work as a sequel to those storms, reaching all parts of the country with greater .or less intensity before the close of the month.' Will -all l.ii.i into I.i 1'iiM'iiri'. .Judge Cass, of the Superior court, baa announced that he will order the editor of the Hammond News to appear be fore him, and answer to the charge of contempt of court. It ia alleged that be published an article criticizing the judge in his ollicial capacity. it v. Man-hall File ln- ..... I... .... . n .. I .1 ..... ..I' 1 ' credSiuus.N: "ii.siue i.o.a ' "l Mir ro. ull i:.Mi:an(c pohev. Mo your face. It is the aperture tothe. mü (,Vt.miK.d mUlitm cold-storage room of your anatomy. I it yvnWt 1M;lin!ltf s.-.rn. Some mouths look like peaches and . ..;,,,.,.,,, ., cream, and some like a bole chopped in a brick wall lo admit a new door or window. The mouth is a hot bed of toothaches, the bungliole of oratory and the baby's crowning glory. It is the crimson aisle to your liver. It is patriotism's fountain head and a tool chest for pie. Without it the politi cian would be a wanderer on the face of the earth, and the cornet ist would go down loan unhotiored grave. It is the grocer's friend, the orator's pride the dentist's hope and the poor man's drawback. It puts some men on the rostrum and some men in jail. It is temptation's lunch counter when at tached to a maiden and a tobacconist's friend when attached to a man." Has a l.rok.'ii Neck. "A remarkable case happened at C reen Hay, Wis., where Theo. Van Kings lived eight weeks with a broken neck!" Fx. We know a man who lived for a number of years at .loliet, 111., who had, when last seen by us, lived several years with a broken neck, lie wore an iron brace, which kept his head in an upright position. Wm. O'Keefe vs. F.state of .. F. r.ehrens. Claim allowed S'i.'Kl as ia full. Wm. (FIveil'e vs. I'.stato ol .1. 1 Uehrciis. (''aim aiiowad .-rl.no as i'-i fulk Heuben .1. Shupp vs. I Jessie May Hetchie et. ah t'ommi. siont rs report ennfu hn.'d. Fields A: F.ryant vs. ('. F.. Thoniburg n;i contract. IM iditiif grained leive to li'.e addit ional paragraph of complaint. ; Will Mi.-? When the coming women gels here i will she offer Up her seat; will she offer ; her umbrella, w hen theie is rain, snuff j or sleet; w ill she bait our Fishing lunik;! will she help us in a wagon; will she? step into the water that we dry may cross the brook; w ill she seize rai'. and rescue when a bully chases us; w ill she j push the wheezy mower every eve and' make a fuss; wall she run the locomo-; tive, shovel coal and handle brakes; will j she level mount and forest, carry bitters for the snakes; will she inarch to bloody battle, snap her lingers at the Turks? , Well 1 guess not; she will merely hide behind her husband's skirts.