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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

i c-r. M:.. 9 ITiTT 4U P; Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. No. 2. TT II HIE 1 FUNDAMENTAL PICKS OF PROSPERITY? HONEST METHODS. STRICT ATTENTION. FAIR DEALING. LOW PRICES. AVhere can you find them better exemplified than in Clothing Mouse. AVe illustrate the correctness of this claim every day and we strongly prove it with our gigantic sales of Cloth Sim and Overcoat We offer dazzling bargains in Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps. Boots and and Shoes. We want to impress upon the minds of the people of Marshall County that we have for the past thirty years done business in a way beneficial to them, by giving them the most liberal money's worth they ever had in their lives. BargainsGenuine Bargains. Bargains as Webster understood the word i. e. gainful transactions. We wish to further impress upon your mind that this Great Bargain Sale will be continued in the future in a manner surprising to everyone. We will offer greater bargains than e er before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

(CIjc3nbepcnbcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMislier. ;TH. WILL NOT MAKE CARS. PLANS Or THE PULLMAN COLONY IN KANSAS. Fait Like Citjr IIa a Wis Failure The West May iet Cheap Coal .lohmon's I'hrnomrn il Time on tho YVlirel Farm Ablaz?. To Strt tlie Co-Op-ratite Work. The difficulties of tho Hiawatha fKas.) l'ullman Co-operative Company have been adjusted and a charter has been applied for. Tne c ipital stock is i?:f,0O '. Tho workmen take $ .ö,oo of the stock and pay fcr it in work. Eighteen families and thirty-two men will arrive a once from tho l'ullman works. The superintendent of tho Hiawatha manufactory will hi I). II. Vannas-sehe, said tobe one n the finest workmen employed by the 1'uilman company. Tho new works wi.l not now manufacture cars, but will make furniture and cotlins and anything there is a demand fo: Spisal ional Failure in Fta'i. S. P. Teadkl & S ns merchant of Salt Lake. Utah, mado an assignment "Wednesday. Tho liabilities are over 820 V 0. As:cts are not yet ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

JNO INCREASE DESIRED TAXPAYERS THINK UNCLE SAM'S ARMY BIG ENOUGH. fonipoin V.en. Sehotield Stands .IghaAt at tho Condition or the Country and Propones ."Wore Salaries ms the Itemed? Work of the üeforiners. The Army and tho 1'eople. Tho Chicago Times says tho People's ?arty of tho United States might wisey obtain several hundred thousand copies of Maj. Gen. John M. Sehotield's report on the operations of the United States armv for tho last vear und scatter them broadcast as a telling campaign document. (Jen. Sehotield stands aghast ut tho condition of tho country, but, tiuliko some people who do not wear epaulets, ho is ready with an immediate remedy for it. There are men who think tho nation needs less tarilV or more, the uingle tax upon land values, or tho collective ownership of all means of production and distribution, free coinage of silver or tho abolition of national banks, but leu. Sehotield seems to s and very much alone in his choice of a anacea, "We, the tanners of Wassdor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

Cf?c3nbepenbent A.K.ZIMMKKMAX.Kimtoi: am ITi-.i.ishki:. J. 11. ASTLKY. - - 1U si.NKss Man ac.kk. M'i: 1MPTION 1'iric K. One Year Six MiM;ths .7." PEOPLE S PARTY MEETINGS. The following are the appointments made for Mr. X. L. Sarber, candidate for representative for Marshall county, 1ml. on the People's ticket: Conger's sch(Ml house, Saturday, Oct. 27th. La Paz. Monday Oct. :!.. Teega:-den. Tuesday Oct. .'K th. iM.ydes scho,,! house, u eünesuay. . (K't';Ust- ! lIuHalo school house. Thursday.! Xov. Hi t men. 1'riday. Nov. :M. PIvinouth. Saturday. Nov. M1. PEOPLE'S PAPwTY RALLY. ( M;e week from to-morrow, on Nov. .'i. will occur a pol'lical meeting in Plyr,th. under tl e .inspires of the People's party of Marshall county. The gathering will be addressed by X. L. Sarber uno o!i;er proniineiii sj eaKers. it is es-1 sential that everyone who is in sym- j countries for a single standard would. . ,i -t i ;., ,. , w i ; if successful, produce widespread dispat h with this l ioement. rndwhore...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

fye3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA CO. KAST I'.OO'D TKAIXf. :.V.i,ni. Daily. 5:1. a.m. Daily. ;" i. in. Daily. H::r. a. in. 1 ailv except Sunday. f:40 p. iu. Dailv except Sunday. 7:& a. in. Local 1 reicht, daily except Sunday. wii r.oi""i ti:aixs. 5:12 a. in. Daily. ;:.v. a. in. I aily except Sunday. l:.v. j. in. Daily except Sunday. G:n.". j. in. Daily. 7:1." p. in. Daily. 1 :'5 p. in. E-al freight, dailv except Sunday. .J. E. 11 A.N KS. Aent. Plunmitli, Ind. VA N 1 A LI A L I N E. SOUTH r.flM TP. UNS. No. ."l C: a. in. .".: 1:m a. in. I.ieal freight. " iW I--' :." a. in. tl öa a. in. Throii-h freight. oi:tii r.oi'M ti:.ins. No. l.':'-V. p. in. a 1 1 p. in. Local freight. 54 l":its ii. in. I". II. IIA LI-. Acieiit. rivinoiitli. Ind. laki: eimi: and witei:n. i:th r.or.M' tkai.ns. l':o: p. m. 1 aily except Sunday. C:-T p. in. -Ol rn r.olM TKAIXS. a. in. Dailv except Sunday. l.MM i. in. Local, daily except Sunday. 5:4n p. in. Dailv except Sum lav. C. K. lll;ili...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

7 ADDRESS TO TOILERS. LABOR LEADERS DISCUSS THE CAUSES OF DISTRESS. tYor'tingmen Asked to Comblno While the IiuthlrM Money Power Conspire Labor Should lie King Unrest I Canning Much Anxiety Nute of Industry. ' Appeal to tho AVuge-Eirners. To the Members of Organized Labor anil AllOther Producers and Toiler Thrcuhout the United F.ate-. In viow of t: o jioneia' distress now pro vailing throughout our country, which has oxi-tetl for t-o many years and which will continue until remedial legislation is o:ia; teJ, and all this occurring, t k, at a tiico when our griu.arie are full to icpletion, a d when, in tho natural order of things, cur votlucors und toil.-rs should bj en oyiur to the full tho fruit of their hard and conscientious laburvs it sccnis t) us that tho ti : o has ct-ino lor unitc-d a ction oa the art o'. those who create tho wealth of tho country. Tho res; o -tivo t'emunds and platforms of principles of our several o -jani.ations net forth o:ir opinions as to tho cuuo that h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

J TO PUT ON needed fiesh, no matter how you've lost it. tatr f)r. Pierre's Golden Medical Disrcwfrir Tt lenrlra wonders. Ey restor1 inr the normal ac tion of the deranged organs and functions, it builds the flesh up to a safe and healthy standard promptly, pleasantly and naturally. The -weak, emaciated, thin, pale - and puny are made itrons; plump, round and rosy. Nothing: so effective as a strength restorer and flesh maker is known to medical science; this puts on kcalihv flesh not the fat of cod liver oil and its filthy compounds. It rouses every organ of the body to activity, purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood so that the body feels refreshed and strengthened. If you are too thin, too weak, too nervous, it may be that the food assimilation is at fault. A certain amount of bile is necessary for the reception of the fat foods in the blood. Too often tlie liver holds back this element which would help digestion. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery stimulates, tones up and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 October 1894

f I HE WEATHER. The publication of -a telegraphic weather bulletin, together with predictions, began in 1?5 i, in this country. The annual rainfall in the Atlantic States i9 30 inchts; in the Southern, 65; in the Western, 2i; in the Pacific, 12. The coldest place in the world is Yakutch, l?u-:sia; the thermometer eometimes falls to 73 degrees belowzero. The falling snowfiake9 bring with them all the lloating dust of the air, leaving tho atmosphere extremely pure. JIn' 155 extremely cold weather prevailed in the United States. Mercury froze and foroit treoi were killed by frost. QThe heaviest rain ever recorded in Great Britain was in Argyle, Dec. 7, seven inches in twenty-four hours. Is Vo0 a hail storm at Norwich. England, wrecked houses and killed many animals that could not reach shelter. Spain, Ita'y, Sweden. Hanover, Kussia, Austria, and Turkey receive daily weather reports from i'aris and London. The averages rainfall of Great Britain is estimated t ) e jiial 031UM) . gallons ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

J. mm mi Vol. T. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. No. 'A. f Ill iE HE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF PROSPERITY? HONEST METHODS. STEICT ATTENTION. FAIR DEALING. LOW PRICES. Where can you find them better exemplified than in Clothing House. We illustrate the correctness of this claim every day and we strongly prove it with our gigantic sales of Cloth 5 and Overcoats. We offer dazzling bargains in dents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps. Hoots and and Shes. We want to impress upon the minds of the people of Marshall County that we have for the past thirty years done business in a way bneticial to them, by giving them the most liberal money's worth they ever had in their lives. BargainsGenuine Bargains. liargains as Webster understood the word i. e. gainful transactions. We wish to further impress upon your mind that this (Jreat Rargain Sale will be continued in the future in a manner surprising to everyone. We will offer greater bargains than ever before, which will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

(Eljc3nbcpcnbcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMlsher. PLVMO ITH. DEATH IN THE SMOKE. SEVEN PERSONS SMOTHERED IM A NEW YORK FIRE. Im ill Ii!;iZB in ; T.Mim?it Hanse Ctue M my Fatalities Victim Su!ToateI in Tliclr lifils tierin n Emhirjo I Kxteniieri. s'ccpWhs:? t ire fw. Sevex reo,!e were smothered to death by smoke in a tenemeut-houso 11 re at IMS Wc?t Thirty-second t:vet, New York. Another wom.m jumped frjin a third-st ry window and will die. The lire c.iiiie suddenly and cut off all eseai e bv the stairways. In the excite ment everybody looked only to his or her own salety, a d rushed down the lire c-cape. The following peri-hid in the building1: cargo rrledman. 4 ycavs: Levy Friedman. 3 yea: s; Annie Applebiatt, : 2 years: Leni Mitchell, -i etr: Margaret Killian, TO years: .lacb Killian, her t-on, ii years : Ceorge l evy. Mrs. Miliums grands. m. LM ears. Lena Fikdman. moi c of the deal chil rjr, jumped fro n th thi d-st ry wind w. She was badly crushed a . d mangl -d and will die. 'i ne i-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

s- 2 rF ALTERNATIV? m m vi ! I 'll mi From Ham's Horn, Chicago. BROTHER JOHN TO UNCLE SAM. Uncle Sam. do j-ou remember rben we chased . von ull svrou'nil ! With red c Kits on tho mountain.?, trying to run vou to tht ro in.l: upposin" we cuuU whip you, and l!ck j-ou till vi'iiM run. And" thought a continental war was just a little fun? We sent our greatest generals and iur armies in array. And with Kintr Ceorge's edicts, supposed we'd come to !-t;iy ; Wltfi ten to one against you. and our coffers full of oasli. Our orders was to tie va up and well apply t lie las.li. We intended wo'.l to tan your hides until you dare r.ot di.xl ey riie orders that we'd leavj with you before we'd k away To rereive tlm praises of oar Kin.; for sulnlumir yu so well ; Uut instead of gett ng victory we rot a perfect hell. For. instead of Kins (Joorje spanking you upon his royal kn'. You g ive his Knlisii Maiesty the largest cup oi tea The world had ever thought of or nations ever made The one of l!oton ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

(Ef?e3nbepenbent A.i:.ZIMMKKMAN,Kinoi: am ri:n-i:iKToK. J. P.. ASTKKY. - - i:t MNKs.MANAiKK. srr.ci:ii'TioN immci: One Year.. Mx Month COUNTY TICKET. For lU'iresentative in Congress, JAY W. rolMIKsT. For Prosecuting Attorney list Judicial Circuit, .TAMKS S. 1JKFVK. For lkprcsentative, WILLIAM L. SAlMiKK. Forl'kik of Circuit Court, WILLIAM UlilsTOL. For County Auditor, CIIAKLLS M. WALK LI 5 Tor County Treasurer, i:lia r.ruii:N'. Tor Slieritl. ADAM ZrMl.AUdlL For Cro;.er, .joskpii sffnckk. For County urveynr, m:y mikkls. For County Commissioner 1st District, DAVID yi:a;lly. For County Commissioner 2d District. DAVID ZKIIXLII. Wrvdonotthe merchants see their own interests? It is this class which the scarcity of money e Meets more than any other. It is they wnoieio m.-h their p'ods on credit and then borrow money to iay their hüls to the wholesaler, because there is not money enough in the country to do business with in a legit im it e way. sertions that all the cranks belong to the peo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

(Cf?e3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PKXNSYLVANIA CO. KAST l'.orM TRAINS. 2:." a. in. laily. 5:12 a. in. Daily. f.;u". i. ni. Dailv. 10:3; a. in. 1 ailv except Sunday. S:44i i. ia. Dailv e.eeit Sumlay. 7:30 a. ni. l.x-al freight, daily except Sunday. WEST r-ol'NI TRAINS. 5:12 a. ni. Haily. ;i-.,v. a. hi. I ailv except Sunday. 1 :.v i. in. 1 aily except Sunday. 0:1." p. in. Daily. 7:1". p. in. 1 aily. 1 :J5 i. ni. I.ocul f n i-dit. daily except Sunday. .1. K. HANKS. Au-ent. Plymouth. Ind. VAN DA I.I A LINK. Soil 11 l'.ilM TKAINS. No. 51 CA a. in. ' 5! !:) a. in. local freight. " M 12:5 a. III. " CI 5:m a. in. Through freight. NOUTII r.OOr TKAINS. No. 52 12:'V, i. in. wt ll; li p. in. Lcal freight. " 54 K;(S p. in. F. I:. HALE. Apc-nt. l'lvini.utll. Illll. LAKE KISIK AM) WEsTKISX. NOUTII l!OlM TKAINS. V2M p. ni. Dailv except Sunday. 0:27 p. III. fOTTII r.ol'NI TRAIN. 0:4 a. ni. Daily exccj.t Sunday. 12: p. in. Lm al. daily except Minday. 5:4i p. in. Dailv except Sunday. r. K. HL'liHKS....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

CAPITAL YS. LABOR. WHOM WILL YE SERVE. GOD OR MAMMON ? the Spirit of True Christianity So Pervades Society Everywhere that It Overleap All Cr?e! Omaha Platform in Harmony with the Ten loimunntlmrnts. All Interest I Isury. This war now ra-jinp between capital and labor is an "irrepressible conflict " Here is the philosophy of the question: Labor works for waes; capital works for per cent. In the production of wealth the world recognizes the law or just.ee that the "laborer is worthy of his hire;' that his wayes on one end of the scales must balance the product on the other end. Hut when we einer the domain of commerce or exchange this law of justice and ripjlit, this law of (Jod, that "in the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread," is ignored and disregarded. All commerce is based on per cent. Labor in the pro lu tion of all wealth bovs to (Jod arid Iiis law; but capital in earning on commerce bows to the dollar, and recognizes no law but the law of per cent. Don't you see at a flau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

I nOTnbKd and those about to become mothers, should know that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription robs childbirth of its torture, terrors and dangers to both mother and child, by aiding Nature in preparing the system for parturition. Thereby "labor" and asn the reriod of confinement are greatly shortened. It also promotes an i Viiflntif cfe irm rf n nn r 1 q1 1 TT". f Tit for f the child. During pregnancy, it prevents "morning sickness" and those distressing nervous symptoms from which so many sufier. Tanks. Cottle Co., Texas. Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. : Dear Sir I took your "Favorite Prescription " previous to confinement and never did so well i:i niy life. It is only two weeks since my confinement ar.d I an able to do ray work. I feel stronger than I ever did in six weeks before. Yours truly, A MOTHER'S EXPERIENCE. South Dejid, Pacific Co., Wash. Ds. R. 'V. Pinner, liufölo, N. Y.: Dear Sir I began taking your "Favorite Prescription" the first month of prcguancv, and nave con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 November 1894

School House Dedicated. Last Friday occurred the dedication of the new Robert's school house southeast of our city. The building has been erected at a cost of S1,1S5.00 and is a model of neatness and stability, being equipped with modern improvements. The dedicatory exercises were attended by S. S. Fish, superintendent of schools and Trustee W. F. Young, of this city. The surrounding neighborhood turned out enmasse to help in these successful exercise, which we are informed were very elaborate. The school will start with a large membership, and a successful future is predicted for the Robert's school. Fire at the L. E. & W. Depot. At 1 ;30 p. m. Thursday an alarm called the members of the lire dept. to the L. K. Je W. II. Ii. where ablaze had started in the r of of the hand car house opposite the passenger station. As usual the work of the lire department was prompt and ellicient and a well directed stream of water soon extinguished the flames. It is supposed the tire wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 November 1894

PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, XOYKMHKK ), MU. No. 4. ABSTRACT OF THE VOTE OF MARSHALL COUNTY, NOVEMBER O, 1894. NAMES OF VOTING PIIECINCTS AND TOWNSHIPS. For Secretary of State. For Representative in Congress. 75 Union Precinct, No. 44 Center 4 it 44 44 it 44 Green 44 liourbon 44 it 44 Tippecanoe 4. German 44 44 44 44 44 44 .4 4. 4. North 44 Polk West 44 Walnut 44 44 44 .4 44 4 44 44 44 44 44 4. 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 1. ii! 1. :!! i. 0. '. . 1. 4 I! :i. 1. 1. r. ) :i. 1. l. j l. :i. 1. 1! ' :i. 1. lot! Mi 120! 7s' 10ii 7: So' so I 0 101 ?:'. .: öl i;s Sil. sc: Ml so r.s' t2 7: .: X TO: S2 in! bSj r.s1 -I 1 1(NI i.Tj iw; 117 Tlj. .; is itt; 11s! :. To! Ss1 h: JO ;-; 1 ml S2, 15 J. r. : 1;' 1 1 1 1 1 i! 1! 4! i! ?! r ö 4! : ir! :! 3 4! 1! si; lo2; rr 1 ITS 1M 7") 101! !iTi 7'. uw 7s' 5lj 3; : .to; 1.2 7s: ;s .' 7:r ;: 1 i ;si $: Mil. . 117, 73. ix, mo; llf,: 11s: pi ;. ss! m:V im! er, 1 .0 .s 1; --1 "i IV Jr. w t-i For Pros ecu t- Atty. ing 73 r3 1 .H 4 113! 4 MS' vr. v. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 November 1894

ML CLfyc3nbepenbent A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. FLYWO JTH. - - INI 3 ANa. DEATH COMES TO SIX. BALTIMORE AND OHIO TRAIN WRECKED. Schooner and Crpw Lost in Sight of Hallfax Crowds -1 in I its Welken at the Last Moment Predicament of Morocco Governors llioler. lliots. Crash 1 Intt : Freight. Train No. Ö. Baltimore and Ohio limited, ran into tho iirt section of Xo. t'4, a fast cattle train, at Kcsonstcel siding, two mile east, of Iloekvood, Fa., atö:4o Wo Ine.-day evening. Six men wo.c killed in tho collision ard several otheis badly hurt Tho railroad otticia's say no passengers were hurt, Both trains were going at the rate of forty miles an hour, and came t; getlier while rounding a curve. Neither -rew had time to jump or round a warning. The mail car was reduce I to kindling wood. Only tho heavy vestibules of the passenger ears saved thorn from a similar f;ite. Fully a dozen cattle ia:'s were piled up in the wie -k, killing and maiming many cf the dumb brutes. All in Itoard At Drowned...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 November 1894

' .1 A WILD CAT SCHEME. i THE PLAN OUTLINED IN .HAZZARD CIRCULAR. THE National Hankerü Favor .More Money FroTided It Ii Issued by the lional Hanks --Control I.ttbor ly Controlling the tYage of the Laborer. M;verj for the People. The bankers of Baltimore have prepared :i petition to Congress, which submitted to tho Danke' Association for apjroval, to anion I the present national banking system. This new chemo, so far as Ave can get at it from the press dispatches, provides that the national banking act requiring tho deposit of bonds to secure circulating notes hereafter issued hall bo repealed. All of the banks to issue circulating notes to the amount of 50 j-er cent, of their paid lip, unimE aired capital, subject to a tax of onealf of 1 per cent, upon the average amount of circulation outstanding lor the vear; and an a iditioual circulation of "-IÖ p-er ceut. of their jaid up, unimpaired capital, subject to the tax of one-half of 1 per cent, and to an additional tax per annum upon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 November 1894

FOSSILS. fö)(P PD. r m They Still Exist in This Country and Still Have Life. JV.1:.ZIMMKKMAN.1:iitok am pKorinKToit. J. H. AST LEY. - - r.isiXF.S! Manackk. Cf?e3nbepenbent ATI Ill 1 11 El S Sl'15S( lUl'TIOX PIMC K. ne War $l-r ix Months ". Returns. Owing to the slowness in getting the lull returns, and the crowded condition of our columns, the Independent refrains from commenting extendedly on the late election. An article of that nature will appear in next week's issue. The political prophet has lost his vcation. Wilson, the father of the "Wilson Bill vas defeated by 2000 votes. The balance of power in the United states senate will be held by the populists. The people's party will now form a thorough organization and prepare for 1 K. What will the republican party do, now that they have the power. The eyes of the people will be upon them, Fkee coinage of silver lt to 1 is what the American people want. ItCpubli--cans will you listen to the voice of the people, or be swept from powe...

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