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SALE Ryan & 1 will be removed to THE MODEL. D From this date until next Thursday Xight we will sell you overcoats, suits for men and boys, underwear in fact a full line of furnishing goods. Also a complete line of ladies and children's fine shoes at 85c on the dollar. Respectfully, RYAN & JOSEPH. (Lf?e3nbepenbent From Friday's Daily. J. French, of Argos, was in town this morning. Miss Metta Millica went to Chicago yesterday. Erve Huff, ot Bremen, was in the city last evening. . Born to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brown this morning a boy. Dr. W. A. Oyler drove over from Argos yesterday afternoon. G. W. Iloleman, of Rochester, was in town yesterday afternoon. Chas. Chapman of Argos, called in the city on business today. K. I). Crumpacker, ot Crown Point called in the city to-day on legal busi ness. Victor K. Hendricks, of Logansport, engineer of the maintenance of way for the Vandalia was in the city today. Clark Thompson of this city left for Green Iowa, this morning where he will visit with his son lor several days. (Jus. Wolf received a telegram last evening announcing the death of his only uncle, Mr. Bennedict Wolf, of Chi cago. Karnest II. Bisseil, train dispatcher for the L. K. & W. U.U. at Lima, Ohio, is home visiting wit i his parents ami friends. Miss Mabel Stroupe of South Bend, visited with the family of II. 1). Whit ock yesterday alter an extended visit, in Ohio. Miss Wm. McCormick returned to her home at l!o.)art after a few days visit with her daughter Mrs. Walter Reynolds. Mrs. Geo. Engle who has been visit ing with Iriends and relatives for a few days in this city returned to her home at Argos this morning. A. A. Coble, wife and child, of South Bend, were in the city yesterday, Mrs. Coble leaving on the Pittsburg It. IL, east. Mr. Coble is the proprietor of the Boston store of that city. Mrs. J. Middlecough, of Washington 1). C. who has been taking care of her Aunt, Mrs. James Cleveland who has been ouite sick for some months re turned to her home yesterday. Mrs. Dr. Reynolds received a telegram from Tampico, 111., announcing the death of her sister Miss L. L. Heyday Mrs. Reynolds and Mrs. Lou. McDonald left this morning on the Pittsburg for Tampico. The sale and supper of the Ladies Parish G nil I at the rectory yesterday afternoon and evening was largely attended. The holiday articles offered for sale were almost entirely disposed of with a resulting substantial addi tion to the treasury fund. Take the enemies that a good news paper makes in the course of business, and stand them up in a row, and we,ll venture to say that the balance of the community will unite v asserting that the editor ought to feel proud that they are his enemies and should honor him for them. Yesterday the Catholic Knights of America met at Ft. Wayne, in the Bass Block. The officers in that city are numerous, and from distances. They met yesterday morning at 8 o'clock to make this regular semi-annual examin ation of the books of the supreme sec retary and the supreme treasurer. The insurance feature ot the Catholic Knights of Ameiica lias assumed won derful proportions. Since April the 20th, 18'J.j, they have paid insurance losses amounting to 6 l'JS.OU). All this was transacted through the Ft. Wayne ollice. Some months ago a man named, Sidney Jenkins, a Welshman who oper ates a saloon near the Tin Plate Works at El wood, Ind., turned a bull dog loose on William Johns, who was in hi saloon and had refused to leave when or dered out by Jenkins. It was 11 o'clock Removal Joseph's IS A at night. The bull dog made savage work and Johns was badly bitten. He then brought suit for $5,000 and the trial, which has occupied two days in the Superior Court before Judge Diven, closed to-c'ay with a verdict for $4 0 in favor of Johns. A very dear "sick" for Jenkins and the dog. A man named Abe Eastor, who is seventy years old, of Danville, Ind., is in the city of Crawfordsville, looking for a wife. He is putting up at a private boarding house, also bought himself a ready made suite of clothes and pro posed to several ladies all of whom re jected him. He says he has three hun dred acres of land and will lind a wife before he quits. It would be a good idea for him to come to Plymouth. From Saturday's Dally. Dr. Loring, of Burr Oak, called in the city to-day. Andrew E. Tinkham, of Knox called in the city yesterday. James A.Gillmore Sr., leturned from Chicago this morning. AVilliam Peltier, of Ft. Wayne, was in the city jesterday and today. Julius Rowley, of Rochester, was in towif to Jay on legal business. Mrs. Theo. Field, of Roitrbon attended the funeral of John Dial yesterday. Mr. and Mrs, G. Mock, of Fort Wayne, attended the f mitral ot Mr Dial yesterday. K. 1). Ricker, Adams, Express agent at Columbia City attended the funeral of Mr Dial. Mrs. C Richey, of Donaldson, waa in the city yesterday afternoon attending the funeral of Mr. Di di Mr. Henry Speyes of Marmont, while out hunting one day this week had his right hand accidently shot. Mrs. John Matheny a former resident of Argos, but now of Kalamazoo, Mich, is in tins city on business. Mrs. Laura Norton, of New Castle, Pa., is visiting her sister, Mrs. 11. M. Morrill, and brothers, II. 11 and S. E. Reeves. E. J. Demmick representative for the Pease furnace manufacturing company of Chicago, was in the city on business for a few days. At Marion yesterday a Miami Indian named Kim Atawota commited suicide by shooting himself through the head. No cause for the deed is known. He was quite wealthy. Mrs. Sarah A. Davis of Rock Port Ind., shot and fataly wounded Mrs. Isabel Goodman, her nearest neighboi ; They quarreled over their chickens. Mrs. Davis is in jail. Messrs. R. W. Nelson, Adams Express Agent, of Wanaw; A. D. Erosins, Route Agent for the Adams Company, and Wm. Geiger, Express Agent at Ft. Wayne, attended the funeral of Mr. Dial, who was also Express Agent here for the Adams. A head end collision oceured yester day at 3 o'clock at Muncie on the Rig Four It. R., Engineer Chip Quigley was badly mashed and was taken to his home at Eelfountaine, Ohio. Also a car Idled with cattle was wrecked but none were injured. A Mr j. B. 15. Harris, of South Rend, who has been visiting with her son at San Diego, Cal., is missing. A letter was found in her room addressed to her husband in which she announced her intention of jnmpiug from the pier there and drowning, as she feared she would become insane through worry over her son's health. At about six o'clock last night a drunken light occurred at MikeSpeiss hoffer's saloon. Win. Southerly boast fully informed the bar-tender and loungers of his wonderful artistic powers; some wero inclined to doubt him, so he proceeded to paint. As a result of his work several bystanders were accidentally struck, and Mike is shy one mirror; not speaking of the -wounds Southerly received, as he camo in contact with various pieces of furni II NOVEMBER 30, l& ture, which filled the air. Dr. Viets was called to dress hid wounds. From Monday's Dally. Theo Cressner left for Bremen this morning. D. C. Martindale went to Rochester this morning. John W. Simons, of Argos, called in the city Saturday. James Curtis of Argos, was in the city last Saturday. Otto Ojker, of Bourbon, Sundayed in this city yesterday. W. E. Eailey went to Kewanna this morning on business. Jesse Roles drove over from Argos, Saturday on business. Mrs. O. M. Packard, if this city, left for Chicago this morning. Judge Capron went to Rochester this morning on legal business. David Vanvactor, of Argos was in the city to-day on business. Eright sun dogs showed their faces in the western sky this afternoon. L. Linkenhelt is preparing to build a large corn crib just north of his elevator. David Hall and family, of this city, visited with relatives over Sunday at Argos. Carl Mathews, six years old, was ar rested this morning on a charge of pro voke. Case dismissed. Mr and Mrs. J. E. Ilanes who have been visiting in Chicago a few days, re turned home last night. Miss Clara Curey, of South Rend who has been visiting her brother in Philadelphia visited with friends in this city Saturday. Wm. Roberts and wife, of Muncie, visited over Sunday with the family of Henry Watkins returning this morn ing to his home. Rert Rut eher, of West Jefferson street while shooting yesterday had his right eye injured by a powder burn, but not so as to injure sight. The Howard Walls new Musical and Male Quartette company of eighteen people, changed cars here this morning enroute for Logansport. Miss Grace Rentz, who has been visit ing with friends and relatives at Chica go for thelast few weeks returned to her home in this city last Saturday. Rollo Clemens while manipulating a pair of plyers at the Heloney factory in the rear of the Windsor House had the end of his little finger on right hand pinched oil this morning. Last Saturday afternoon quite a social event in the shape of an after noon tea social, was held at the resi dence of Mrs. J. Jilson. The hostess extended an invitation to a number of her lady friends, who, we are iufoimed took advantage of the opportunity, and spent an enjoyable afternoon at tho plesant home of Mrs. Jilson. At the Y. M. C. A. meeting yesterday, quite an interesting session was held. The commodious hall was well filled by a larger number than has attended any of the previous meetings. One of the important features was the report of the soliciting committee, who in formed the association that the very best of encouragements were being re ceived. The books were opened, and an opportunity given for all those who had designated their willingness to be come members, to pay half of the men bership fee. A large number responded. From Tuesday's Daily. Rilly Clark went to Lapaz this morn ing. Miss Grace i tort on left for Chicago this morning. Sigmund Mayer went to Grovertown this morning. G. W. Shrider, of Valparaiso, was in town yesterday. Prosper Ball went to Chicago this morning on business. R. S. Schaffer, of Tyner, was in the city to-day on business. V. Foster, of Warsaw, called in the city yesterday on business. Judge Capron left for Rochester this morning, to attend the court. Fred M. Looze called in the city from Warsaw, yesterday afternoon. Claude Baymon was arrested yester day for drunkeness. Fine paid. J. M. Lash, of Elkhart, was in the city yesterday evening on business. Ed Sanders, agent at Davis station and wife, were in the city this morning trading. J. W. Thayer, Chas. McLaughlin and II. Tombhsou went to Marmout, this morning. II. G. Thayer left this morning for Indianapolis to attend the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. The oven of the Laporte street Bakery is being repaired with a view to making the product better than ever. Miss Lizzie Welch returned to St. Louis, yesterday morning, after a short visit with friends and relatives in this city. We were favored with a plesant call by John Vangundy, of Ilion, Saturday He reports business improving in his locality. Mrs. Frank Bos worth who has been visiting with friends at Buchanan, Mich, for the past week, returned home yes terday noon. Mrs. J. o. Martin, who has been vis iting relatives and friends in this city, returned to her home at Mulloerry, Ind. this morning. Timothy O'Keefe, brother of William O'Keefe. and Miss Agnes Murphy of this Mty were married this morning at the Catholic Church at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ruhman and daughter of Muncie. are visiting Mrs. liuhman's parents, Mr. and Mrs Levi Lauer of this city for a few days. Mr. A Carat in who went to Las Ve gas Mexico, seme days since in quest of health, writes that his health is al ready improving. His miny frienes here will be glad to hear this. The agent of the L. E. & W. was pre sented with a tine ollice chair yesterday of the latest pattern, by the R. R. com pany and no doubt Mr. Iluges appre ciates the gift very much, Three hundred employes of the Great Western Pottery works, of Kokomo, have struck and gone out pending a settlement of the wage question in the east. The factory has closed down and the proprietors have gone east to attend the conference of emp'oyers and employes. The Chicago Tribune holds the opin ion that a swain should never marrv a damsel who chews gum or giggles. We regard this opinion as destituie of sense. We say, let the fellow marry her, if he is in love with her, and he will soon find out that plenty of girlish habits have been cast off forever. Warsaw Times. Wm. Mendall, of Richmond, has a marriage certificate that is dated back as far as 1750 and has the name of the groom as Aron M-?ndenhail and the bride's as Rose Pierson, the latter being the daughter of Willia n Penn, sur veyor. Several other names also are written that are well known such as Thomas West and Sarih Piersou, the father and mother of Benjamin West the great Quaker painter. Messrs. Hayn s and Apperson, of Kokomo this state have just comple ted two moto cycles of their own in vention and will start them in the horseless carraige race at Chigago, Thanksgiving day as competitors for the live-thousand-dollar prize offered. The vehicles are gas motors and have been thoroughly tested. They will leave f r Chicago early next week and will make the run a distance of 145 mi'es in ten hours. Last Saturday night Rueben Runner aged sixty-live, of Arcadia, I ml., while at Muncie, was assaulted by foot pads on the High street bridge, and knocked from the bridge into the shal low waters below. Then his arsnlants follow d him and beat and kicked him into insensibility. They only secuivd 67.00 alter some time he came to and called for help and was removed to the house whero he had been visiting. He fell a distance of twenty fett. His injuries may prove fata!. The name of the Luke Erie & West ern Railway company will be a thing of the past after January 1st, says the Peru Journal. There will be a consoli dation of all the Rrice lines at that time but the name which is to bo used to signify the system is not yet known. It is understood that the officials of the Lake Erie S: Western will continue in charge and that the central ollice will remain at Indianapolis. The lines to be consolidated are the Lake Erie & Western 72. miles; Cincinnati, Jackson i& Michigan, 310; Cleveland, Akron & Columbus, 20; Ohio Southern, 213, Northern Ohio, 175; total 1,085 miles. From Wednesday's Daily. John Baugher, of Walkerton was in town to-day. Samuel Parker left for Indianpolis, this afternoon. John W. Ryan, of South Bend, was in the city yesterday. Melvin Groves, of Culver City, was in the city tais morning. Miss Gladys Yeagley, of this city left for Chicago this morning. L. W. Looze, of Warsaw, called in the city last evening on business. Another earthquake was felt in Southern Ilinois this morning. J. M. Waldorf, of South Bend, was in town on business last evening. John Nobbins, of Auburn, Ind., was in the city yesterday on business. A. J. Sherman, of Valpanso, was in town yesterday morning on business. F. Sullivan, of Peru, was in town yes terday in the interest of the L. E. & W. R. R. Mrs. Mathews, of South Rend, is visit ing with the family of D. E. Snyder, fcr a few days. Monday evening fifty, or more Iriends euprised Mrs. Hank, on South Walnut street. A good time is reported. L. Letheman, of Valparaiso, who is in the service of the Unied States Gov- erment was in the city on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Runner, of St. Paul, Minn., are home visiting the par ents of Mr. Runner, of Twin Lakes. Miss Agnes Burch, of Union Mills, Ind., is spending a few days with her cousin, Miss Florence Burch, on West Adams street. Jacob Leady, of Bourbon, was in the city yesterday making arrangements to ship his household effects to La grange, Georgia. Union Thanksgiving service will be held in U. B. church, Thursday Nov ember 2Sth at 10:30 a. m. Rev. J. T. Charlton will preach. The Tin Plate strike at Anderson has been declared off by the workmen and the chances are now bright for an early resum tion of the factory. Mrs. T. J. Wmings and daughter Krma, returned Saturday evening from their Southern trip. Mrs. Winings came home mucn improved in health Mr. Tebbets, son of Major Tebbets at the Culver Military Academy, visited last evening wi h Lewis Steele, of this city. Mr. Tebbets returned this morn ing to Culver Citv. Rev. F. E. Hughes, who for twenty years has been pastor of the First Pies byterian church at La Grange, has re signed and accepted a call from a Logansport church. At To pkea Kansas, the society clem ent is torn uposerthe announcement that the bljoimr girls will attend di vine service in the future encased in a nobby pair of bloomers. The oyster supper given in the Wol ford btiilding last evening by the young people of the Evangelical church, was well attended when taking into con sideration the dismal weather. Some vigorous speeches were made last night in V. M. C. A. hall aside from the address made by the leader Jas. M. Dunn. Another meeting is announced for tonight at the same place. Dr. Ilea, of Culver City purchased, yesterday, the first Japanese hand warmer or pocket stove ever sold in Marshall Co. Shade KS: Reynolds have a few of these wonderful novelties and those exposed to cold should investi gate. The hair fiend has arrivad in Indi ana. Yesterday morning a man en tered the home of Mrs. Showmeyer at Indianapolis, and with a large pair of shears clipped her hair close to the head. The thief has not been appre hended. The Second Convention of the W. C. T. U.,of Marshall county, will be held in Plymouth in the U. R. church, Thurs day and Friday, Nov. 21 and 22, 1VJÖ. Mrs. Trego, of Ohio, will lecture each evening. No adrnissinn fee will be charged. The late firm of Rothenberger Rodocker has been changed into Roth enberger A: Landes Mr. Abrain Landes of Huntington, having bough, the in terest of Mr. Rodocker. The new firm propose to make its market first class m the best sense and many improve ments may be expected at once. The funeral of Mrs. Wilhelm was held this morning at the residence of Mr Runnell on South Michigan street at 10:30 o'clock, quite a large crowd of mourning friends were present, consid ering the weather. Interment was made at Oak Hill cemetery. Monday evening about 0 o'clock two young boys commenced a little quarrel in front of Tanners drug store and lor a few minutes things were going pretty lively, when a gentleman stepped out and proceeded to help the boy who was on top to his feet, with a lively jerk. At Whiting, Ind., a tank containing 50,000 gallons of naphtha, owned by the Standard Oil company.exploded shortly after 11 o'clock Monday night. A fur ious fire is now burning around the wrecked tank, and it is impossible for anyone to get near it. It is thought that no lives were lost. The loss will reach nearly j?50,000. Frank Elrod.of Crawfordsville, Ind., but who has been working as clerk in the Grinley Hotel at Rockville, was whitecanped in that city by un known men who are supposed to live in Rockville. The men pounced upon him from their hiding place like the lion upon his prey, and a ter beating him nearly to death, they left him lying In a pool of his own blood. A doctor was summoned after the man had been discovered, who dressed the wounds and removed him to his former home. Elod was said to be the correspondent for a sensational paper at Indianapolis in in which scaudalous stories have been printed about well known women and girls in that city. The young man was 25 years old. On account of the yeariy meeting union of Christian Endeavor at Knights town, Ind., the Vandalia will sell tick ets at one and one-third fare for the round trip. Good going November 28, and 21, and returning up to and includ ing December 2nd. V. A. Downs, Agt. Dr. Ph. 1). Paul, occulist and aurist of Chicago, visited the Ross house yes terday and was besieged all day by crowds of people clamoring for con sultation. The hotel parlor was crowd ed from early morning to late in the af ternoon, and the doctor was busy until late in the evening. Dr. Pane and his work are so well known here that in clement weather will not deter his friends who wish to see him. At Wolf Lake fifteen miles of War saw, the other evening, while theTraek ston family were eating their supper, three masked men entered the house and with drawn revolvers demanded all valuables to be brought forth. Of course the women screamed despite the robbers command to keep quite. And just as Mr. Trackston was about to deliver over about $65.00 the sixteen year old son of Mr. Trackston who had been in his room, appeared on the scene with a shot, gun, and when the men noticed this they started for the door and the lad fired into their midst Injuring one of the men who. fell' However the other two picked up the comrade and after firing several shots through the window of the house, but to no effect, they lied but not until the youth had fired another shot. From Thursday's Daily. Dr. Richey, of Donaldson was in the city yesterd ly. C. H. Kellison left for ludinapohs this morning. Frank Firestone, of Bourbon, is in the city today. A Slander suit of .50.Ot0 is in pro gress at Columbus, Ind. Harlty Logan left i jr Walnut and Rochester this morning. Kleopper and Kuhn have placed their steam heaters in operation. Ed win Mayer went to Chicago yes terday, returning this evening. Roy Roberts, of Warsaw, called in t!ic city last evening on business. Alexander Dennesmore, of Marmont was in the city to-day on business. The Crescent Pleasure club gives a dance at the opera house to-night. There is soon to be a new store on the corner of North and Center streets. There has been about 30 houses erect ed in the Klinger addition, during the past two summers. Mrs. Frank Raker of liourbon, is vis iting with her son C. II. Raker, of tins city, for a few days. J. E. Paul has moved into the property he purchased of the J. F. Behrem's estate on Water street. L. O. Freeman, late of Arkansas, has completed a neat residence on North Plum street, and is occupying it. Another of SolIu'Jian Dunlap's child ren, a few miles south of this city, is down sick with the scarlet fever. The Ladies Association of the Pres byterian church will meet to-morrow (Friday) afternoon with Mrs. Elizabeth Tascher. A district meeting of the Knights of Pthias was held at Connersville, Ind., yesterday with about 50G present from the various lodges. A Mr. De Moss, of Argos has rented of 10. Price the large ten room house, located near the Bicycle Factory, and is preparing to take boarders. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward, w ho have been conducting services at Chapel Hall in thi city, left this nurn ing forNoblesville, Indiana. Nicholds Süngcr an old resident of Elwood is mysteriously missing since Monday last. No trace can be foui.d of him and his relatives fear foul play. Mrs. John Swoverland, who lives a few miles southeast of town and who has b( en very ill for several months is able to sit up, and health is improving. Moritz Selbmann, a German employe at the Bicycle Factory has built two neat 1!. story terant houses on North Walnut street, on lots purchased of Conrad Bergmann. A six week's old baby was left at the door of a Valparaiso home a few eve nings since. On opening the basket a note was found stating. "Take good care of Bessie, mother is dead." The re quest will be granted. Mrs. s J. Henderson w ho has been visiting the past two weeks with her brother and his family at Decatur, Mich igan, returned, home yesterday much improved in health. She was accom panied by her niece, Miss Mary Mc Cormick who will remain with her several days. Rothenberger & I.andis, the new meat market linn, are preparing to da a good business. They have just pur chased twelve fine steers and heifers which they will prepare for the trade. In the future Mr Rothenberger will be found at the market to attend to the want of customers. C.iris Groom an employe of the radiator factory, of Klwood, lud, was perhaps fatally scalded last evening by the bursting of a steam pipe. There was at the time of the accident a pres sure of 100 pounds of steam, and he was completely fiivelloped in the steam which burned his head, face, arms and chest that his life is despared of. Mrs. M.J. Frank land, of Chicago, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Ida De Loney, of this city. Mrs. I'raukland was attending the Ticket Broker's An nual reunion at Buffalo, N. Y., with her husband who belongs to that associ ation and they were returning home when Mrs. Frankland stop cd over for a short visit with her sister. Din'l A. Kelly has made a great success in his latest venture, Outcasts of a Great Cit." The new play, which is a sensational comedy-drama of tho purest type, is the work of Chas. Flem ing, and is exceptionally well equipped in all its departments. The cast is un usually strong, and the scenic accessor ies remarkably elaborate. The great feature of tho play, tho Brooklyn Bridge illuminated, showing Brooklyn in the distance, eclipse in stage realism and detailed perfection any dramatic appurtenance yet attempted. Mr. Kelly's engagement in Plymouth is for next Wednesday evening Nov. 27th.