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JEWELRY AND SILVER.
Bronzes attracting attention show a gray-green finish known as the Roman. All sorts of beautiful possibilities are developed in colored enamels on gold and silver. Buckles of gilt, silver and enamel are worn on belts of chamois, leather or silk webbing. Ivory with gold or silver trimmings furnishes a pleasing change from all silver articles. Fancy pieces of silver are rendered unusually attractive this season by the aid of gilding, enamel and small jewels. The grape vine affords an exceedingly graceful design, which is effectively presented on some flatware for the au tumn trade. Narrow bands of gold or silver, with feathery aigrettes that rise from the center, furnish pleasing ornaments for the hair, at modest prices. The newest silver tableware, various ly termed "Old English" and "Colon ial," consists in modified copies of the ware used by colonial dames. Diamond cluster brooches owe their continued popularity to the irregular arrangement of large and small bril liants which can never weary the eye. A stone on which the decree of fash ion has set a decided value is the peri dot, or evening emerald. It affords ex quisite shades of green, and is a species of olivine. Jewelry is influenced by the wheel of fashion. The revival of a mode in dress brings the ornaments of that period into a temporary vogue; in witness thereof are the artistic miniature brooches, at this moment so popular. Gold buckles afford an infinite variety as regards shape, size, design and dec oration. This diversity enables jewel ers who cater to an exclusive, fine trade to meet the demand for something new, which milady with a long purse always exacts. After dinner coiTee pots, as a rule, stand high. One style tapers upward to a slender neck, but swells out at the lower part into an octagonal bowl. An other style tapers gradualy from base to top, while- yet another shows straight upright sides. CASTRONOMICAL HINTS. Only amateur epicures are fascinat ed by the "first oysters of the season." In the early autumn the bon vivants fancies lightly turn to thoughts of game. A Welsh rarebit will assist one in keeping awake who has to sit up with a sick friend. The abundance of peaches this year would be more appreciated if they were of a better, firmer quality. Good oranges are scarce and expen sive, and lemons, as to price, may be said to have gone up in a balloon. The Chinese have more ways of cook ing a chicken than we, with all our culinary philosophy, ever dreamed of. Good celery salad is a contingent upon the quality of the oil used. Avoid the kind used to lubricate machinery. There is a popular impression that a French cook could make a delicious loup out of an ordinary billiard ball. Those to whom pears are a fatal fruit seem to increase. Therefore, look not upon the Bartlett when it is granite. Young turkey is seasonable and pal atable, although fanners say they wmild be all the better "hardened up" with cooler weather. Apple pies at a Catskill hotel are described as having a "hard wood fin ish," that is to say, a crust apparently made of the real Georgia pine. Immersed in hot water before bitten, the race track restaurant sandwich les sens the necessity of going direct from that place to the nearest dentist. Cabbage and cauliflower are the two vegetables that can never be cooked at home without the world knowing what you are going to have for dinner. Venison stewed with wine in a chaf ing dish will soon be in order, taking the place of monotonous Welsh rarebit, which revived the cnaflng dish two winters ago. The cook who serves woodcock with out their heads should straightway be given opportunity to seek another sit uation. The woodcock's brain is an epicurean morsel. EXCHANGE. One is not always happy merely be cause he has enough. Galveston News. Isaacs Has Cohen ever failed? Levi No; he vas had fires; he dinks dey pays better. Life. A London newspaper man has just been reduced to the peerage in England. Florida Times-Union. Every woman temporarily renews her youth when reading a good love story. Atchison Globe. "That," remarked the giraffe, as he slaked his thirst, "meets a long-felt want." Detroit Tribune. There was a cigarette-smoking clerk who once became proprietor, but it was by accident. Hardware. A man who sits around and boasts of his ancestors maks a mighty poor an cestor himself. Atchison Globe. Doctor I must forbid all brain work. Poet But may I not write some verses? Doctor Oh, certainly. Flie gende Blaetter. It was of one who could write more forcibly than he could talk that it was originally said: "His pen is mightier than his word." Boston Transcript. "Ah," he sighed, as his wife went to confer with the delegation of her con stituents, "this is no such campaign as mother used to make." Detroit Trib une. Talbot Clifton, a popular English man, who was the leading spirit in sports last season at San Francisco, hag Just returned from a 6ummer in Alaska. He made a dangerous trip of 2,500 miles down the Yukon river in a boat which Jbe made himself. The Hoy -Caught On." Warsaw Times. 1 Two more arrests were made yester day by Special Officer Ripple, of the Pennsylvania railroid, for hanging on freight trains. The names of the young men are Burt Kamp, of Plymouth, and ft m. Güstin, of Andrews. They were taken before 'Squire Alward, who as sessed each one 812,10. On their fail ure to pay it, and being unable to stay it, they are compelled to lay it out at he palace of Sheriff Steuer. From the number of arrests made for this partic ular offense it looks as if the railroad company meant business. There has been a line assessed in every case brought before the attention of the authorities. The Inter Ocean. By a contract recently made with the Chicago Inter Ocean we are now en abled to offer Tiik Skmi-Weekly In dltlndlnt and the Weekly Inter Ocean 3 papers a week) one year for only 1.&. We have not heretofore been able to offer these papers at less than SI. 70 and the present arrangement walTcomplefed only after considerable negotiation. Thete papers are both too well known in Marshall county to iieedspVcial comment and we are satis iiedj that our proposition will be re ceived with favor in all sections. From a, Canntl;llst to Standpoint. On visiting Ireland the great trav eler Livingstone was much feted. In Dublin, at a dinner party, he happened to be placed next to a literary lady, who was a very stout woman. She wo Tied him greatly about the language Ci" the savage cannibals amcng whom he had managed to live and wanted to know the sound of their language. He spoke a sentence of it to satisfy her and she answered, "Ileing translated, what does that mean?" "It means," he replied, "there is great cutting on you." lteli;ioti in fmr;iiy. Recent statistical reports of the Gei man Empire give the following re ligious data . f the country: The Father land has 31,020,810 Protestant subjects, 17,674,921 Roman Catholics, 146,540 other Christians, CG7.S84 Jews, and 12,753 without any religious profession. The whole population of the Empire is 49.42S.470. CONVENIENT? ASI CA SH Mileage Tickets Issued by the Penn sylvania Lines. Persons who travel will lind mileage tickets used by the Pennsylvania Lines west of Pittsburgh gieat conveniences, as well as money savers. Principal cities and towns in Western Pennsyl vania, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois arv reached by these lines, which also ex tend to Pittsbuigh, Krie, Ashtabula, Cleveland, Toledo, Ft. Wayne, Chicogo, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Louisville, Cin cinnati, Columbus, Wheeling and other important places. Over one half the counties in Ohio are traveled by the Pennsylvania lines, the county seats of nearly al! uf them being located there on. They a'so traverse forty counties of Indiana, touching at county seats. Holders of mileage tickets over the Pennsylvania lines can conveniently reach any leading city or town between Pittsburgh on the east, the Mississippi river on the west, the great lakes on the north, and the Ohio river on thesouth, these tickets being available over the several trunk line?? of the Ft. "Wayne and Pan Handle routes, as well as over the numerous branches. The cost of a 1(00 mile ticket is $20X0, a rate of two cents per mile, making the saving on a 1(0 mile ride 1.U), with proportionate larger amounts saved on longer dist ances. This con ver ient money-saver may be obtained at ticket offices of the Pennsylvania Lines. The person to see at Plymouth, Ind., for information about it is J. K. Hanks, Agent. 'the New Silver Champion, I, is published for the purpose of pro moting a general interest in the restoration of silver. It is issued weekly at 81.00 per year. A special arrangement en ables us to offer I SEMI - WEEKLY INDEPENDENT AND IHE NATIONAL B1METALL1ST One Year for $1.5 cash. IHE DAILY INDEPENDENT Old IHE NATIONAL BIMETALLIST, One Year fr $4.50 cash. Send a postal to Tnii National Himltallist, 131 Monroe St., Chicago, for sample copies. Leave orders with The Lndeixxdkxt. I The Day Of glittering gold in the mouths of the people is rapidly giving way to the more modern and certainly more harmonious and durable II DR. DURR'S Newly patented System of applying this work is a revelation to all who de sire their teeth preserved and restored to their natural whiteness. Call at the Model Dental Parlors PLYMOUTH. To My Friends and the Public Cenerally. I wish to extend my most sincere thanks for the lib eral patronage of the past year. Your trade of the future J still solicit and by courteous treatment, prompt delivery and high grade goods at lowest prices, J hope to increase my trade. You will always lind in my stock the best goods that money will buy. and bear in mind that I will never be under sold, quality of goods considered. Thanks to my country friends who have so generously supplied me with the very best of butter, placing me in a position to furnish my city trade with the t ame. Yours lor the future, Geo. Vinall. TOJTHE. FARMERS OF MARSHALL C'dUNTY AND ADJOINING:- 5 Those having all kinds of fat cattle, fresh cows, veal calves; sheep and hogs, ready for sale, drop us a card or tele phone and we will insure the highest mar ket prices. Tribbey & Hall, Fat Stock Dealers, Plymouth, - Indiana. For Sale. Some very desirable lots one block west of Court House near the Yan dalia Depot. Also bus iness property on La Porte Street. See Bissell AT Exchange Store. MONEY TO LOAN. On improved farms I can get you a loan at as low a rate of interest as can be had in the county. You have the privilege of paying $100 or more on the princi pal each year. Call and see me. Ü.B.TIBBETS. Plymouth, Ind. R-I-P-A-N-S The modern stand ard Family Medi cine : Cures the common evcry-day ills of humanity. u. u 3 w u tj w u 2 o TMAOK VRft Pocelain crowninq oil Bnooe work I M New York World, ioth Paper (Thricc-a-week Edition) AXI TIIK Sil 1 The Thriceaweek World issues C pages three times weekly. 1'ublished at tlie very heart of the world's rreat news center, with an editorial corps of news gatherers, commentators ami liternteurs unexcelled by the xtall" of any of the world's great papers. It supplies its readers three times each week with the cream of current news, criticism and comment, the choicest of literary jrems and the brightest of miscellany and current humor. It contains all the crisp fresh qualities of a daily, w ith the attractive special features of a weekly. The World is the greatest and best of Democratic family newspapers. It will make a specialty of IS'.kJ campaign news which even now grows interesting and will keep its readers thoroughly posted. The THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD BOTII VAVl ,us and Tin; zZ - Semi-Wecklv Indenendcnt. S $ 1 .65 FIVE PAPERS A WEEK. 5J Address an orders to THE INDEPENDENT, Plymouth, hid. ?iwiuwuiiuwujuiuuutuuuuinuus THE NAME President of the WILL I'.K ANNHNT.I IN THE EW YORK 1 O K NOVEMHEU 4 . i Soft. Public iiiteiest will steadily Increase, and the question how the men v hose voles turned the scale at the last election are satisfied with the r suits under the admiiiistiation they elected, w i!l make the campaign the most intensely exciting in the histoi y of the country. The New York Weekly Tribune, the leading republican family newspaper 'f the I'nited states, will publish all the political nt ws of the day. interesting to every American eitien regardless of party affiliations. Also pcneral news in attractive form, foreign correspondent e covering the news of the world, an agricultural department second to none in the country, market reports w hieh are recog nized authority. Jasciuatin;: s ort stories, complete in eat h number, the cieam of the humorous papers, foreign and domestic, it li their best comic pictures, fashion plates and eiahotatedcsc rip tions of woman's attire, with a varied and attractive department of household interest. The "New York Weekly Tribune" is an ideal tauiily paper, with a circulation larger than that of an other weekly publication in the country issued Horn the office of a daily. Large changes are be ing made in its details, tending to give it greater life and variety, and especially more interest to the women and young people ol the household. I '-'. SIMXIAL Tlie JSeinl-WeeUIy CONTHACT I iiclcpciidciit' . ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.25, CASH IN ADVANCE. (The regular advance suhscriptioii price of the two papers ls's'j.'j.-,.) sunscinrnoNs may r.wsix at any time. Address an orders to XHE INDEPENDENT, Plymouth, Ind. Write your name ami address on a postal caul, send tt to deo. W. liest. Iloom 2 Tribune I'uilding. New York City, and a sample copy ol the New York Weekly Tribune will he mailed to you. HE MUNSON TYPEWRITER COMPANY. J. S. llKNDKK. Real Estate and In Marshall County. icr 0,000 acres of farm lands if Plymouth. A lew special bargains- One 8-rooio, 2-story house, with bnt try, cellar, and clothes press, barn and other outbuildings, young peach, mul berry and maple trees, a largo lot, good well, all now and in good condition, just outside of the City tax limit, and but 4 blocks of Court House. 1'rice $1,000. Worth $1,100. 75 building lots in all parts of the city. 25 within four blocks of the post ollice. Prices ranging from 35 to 3400. Those at $35, nearest postollice. Also the Parker House property for 6ale. Lot of 7 acres, with good dwelling and orchard, " miles north of Plymouth on Michigan road for $ti0Q. (Jood improved farm, 3) miles west of Plymouth, all necessary out-buildings wind pump, ete. For sale or exchange. Price S 4,000. (iood farm of 40 acres, brick dwelling, 7 miles northwest of Plymouth for $2,100. In the real estate and Insurance department of our ofllce we have formed a special partner ship with J. S. Keeves. J. I. Molter, having gone to tieorgia. Is no longer connected in any de partment of this office except the Troup (la.. Lands. The business of that d partmeut of out office therefore will for an indt finite time be conducted lu the name of Heilder & Ueeves. .John s. iu:.1)i:k. 1 11 (I World 1 zzl vjie i t'ui jui I $1.65 EM, 3 C ASH IN AUYAM'K CASH IN ADVANt'K. OF THE NEXT United States WEEKLY enahles us to oiler thisspu-mlid joiunal and ' three papers a week, lor Til K- H1GHESTMEDAL World's Fair, l: AWARDED TO THE MUNSÜN TYPEWRITER NO. I. The highest grade standard machine. The most elastic and ami easy touch. Absolute alignment. Interchangeable typt wheel. Perfect Work. Writes an language. Impossible to tell yon the whole stor here, bend us your address for catalogue, giving full description and particulars. 240-244 W. LAKE STREET. CHICAGO ILL. .1. S. KKKVKs Insurance Agents. (iood house and lot and 17 acres ol land at Rutland, Ind. Price $l,o00. i Lots with buildings sold, same a? ! rent on installment plan or for cash: i prices from $5t0 to SG.uOO j j In Argos. ! Good Cottage Home, 7 rooms, all in j good repair, Jor $'00. Worth $1,000 I Will exchange for property in Pljm ! outh. ! In Georgia. lu Troup County, we have 3y,0t. acres ol first-class lands, improved and ready foi settlement, at very low prices and in a rcmaikably healthy region, producing bountifully of corn, wheat, oats, ryi barley, hay, cotton, clover, melom, and all kinds of fruits und vegetables known to this country I Lands sold directly to Homeseekers am? title guaranteed. For full particulars call on Uender V Peeves. Home Seekers' Meetings will bo held at the otlice of Pender & Peeves j Saturday evening of each week at 7:30. TRIBUNE 7 Of Every Description AT TU. 15 INDEPENDENT OFFICE. ennsylvania Lines. Schedule of PassengerTrains-Centra! Tune. ! 7 I'M I ht Westward. A M i I'M ! 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I 9 5S ? 12 31 'o35 a IJ- IJ to t I I Wavue r 7 35 5 23; 6 52 8 I'M Van Wert 213 83 6 4- Lima 3 15 9 30 7 4e 8 30 I Ihicyrus 4 51311 19 9! 4'r'ttliiio nr. Manstield ...1 . 5 5011 45 H) 2b 10 3b; 6 40 12 20 lite 11 1M 8 03 1 2? 32 14 12 42 9 03 2 (' 1 t'3 1 46 9 20 2 2' 1 21 2C5 ooster ... MassjUon ('anion p 3 a Alliinr- . nr.10 CO 3 C 1 55 2 45 'I. IMllwtrli :n 1 IK R 1 5 10 5 45, " , s v I M I AM I I'M j I'M I y insr.iMi wood, i-:. a. ror.n, !2-l-?r..-"F rirrsi:ri:ci!r, Tkmn-'a. I 'or t line e.i ds, rais f fare. thi(vih ticket-., ba-nratre check, aiid furtluT iiil'oi mail. n re :':i:d:ng the ruiu:ii.g of trains, apply t' liny a j.-nt of the 1'. niisvivani.i i.im-s.. VAM1A LI A LIN E TIM TABLE. In lülect .lime 1". is-,. Ttains leave riytn.,iitl: Km tm. 1:1 11 . No. .Vi. Kx Sun U:H p. m. for St. .b.ej p. f.s. K. him 7::t a. m. " .M, K. tiu lO;iis p. in. South I'.end. Hi: 1 UK sol 1 11. No. ."1. Kx. Sun r,:i: a. in. for Ter re Haute Kx. Sun r-!:."4 j. in. " r.T, K. Sun... 7:-'7 p. m. IgansHrt. For complete Time Card, giving all trains ai.. stations, and fur full inim matioii as to rate through ears. etc.. addi-ss T. A. DOWNS. Agent. I lWiiolith. in:. Or A. l'OKI. (ieneral I'asseime; Arent St. Louis. Me. liegular Passenger 'I rain sciice opt rateit I tween Streator 111., and sttuth I'-end. Ind. Vlv gant neveUipment and last time. Wext hound train No I Ieaux South I'.end ..t 7:eo a. ia.. arriving at streatoi ai 11:. a. n . Kaxt bound train No j leaves Streator at f.:l.'. & in., arriving at Soiiih I'.eudll:!'. a. in. Kollo -lug freight lianix ill ;irr paengeis. Wtht bound. Nox 7 and s lit :n all stations. No u between South Kern I and North . ludst, n. La?t bound. Nos. s iinti to bei w ceii ail stations. Nv t J from Kankakee to Sbi il.y and YVhcatUi.u No l-l f rom Streater. Iv .ht and Kankakee 1 0 Momence. TKAtNS I.KAVK W A l.K i: U 1 .--W I- M No. 1. Mail aud Kxprexs. . - . 7:44 am No, y. Local. :Sun, No. 13, i'reight. ... . 7:V5pn WK.si l;(il'M. l. Mailand Kxprexs. N- Iii: :ü n p li- Trau Nv. lu. Local. Trains No. 1. 1 7. P.'. t-i an'. U la'us C. s. y audio daii) except Suiuiav Tickets M: le had for all principal points. i " n rates ao. liiformalioiiapp'yto t-'. i,. sittutT. Agent. WaiK erton. " s. n Whi i KHKAtKi T. A. LAKl I'lUi: AM) WKSTKliN. SOKTH HMM IKAINS. t -:(;! p. in. Daily except Sutidav. Ü:V7 p. m. Sul'TH llfHM II.'AI.NS. i:48 a. m. Dally except S imla. t?:03 p. in. Local, daily except Sundav. :4- p. in. D;iily except sundry. f. V. lll ;iif. Agent. Kjvifc n" it.t 9 Popular Magazines! & F01? TKE HOME. .. f- .i LESLIE'S TOOPULAR 1 MONTHLY Conte'necach fAonth: i $U.iA Water Color lTontlptece : 12 xuart. i '..gc l ci vmumg M-itir: lOO New uu1 Prh-cUm I'JuM ra tions; More Literary M.tt--r tr-d Illustra tions than any other J'.-azinc Li America 23ct3.; :jc veer. Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hews FOR DOYS AND GIRLS. A Dripht, Wholesome. Juvenile Monthly, vmiv llhisirnteil. The best wiiiern for vouna people e ntrihuto t b. IO em. : ft a year. SXHD ALL SUESCKIFTIort TU THE INDEPENDENT- Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly andD,Ti 1MiF11.MKM nein ivr vik year f.r . Flank Leslie's Pleasant Hours for bos and clrlsand Tiik 1mh fv'Kt both for one year for gl. NO. Undoubtedly lha Psst Club Offers n.r.y-- i :' ' . !.: .. l III UM 0. Mis om lowa 1 1