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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

Semi - We radepeedeet Vol.. II. I'LYMOl'TII, MAIisllAI.I. (OI NTV, INDIANA, SATTltDAY, FKIilU'AK Y S, 1S. Xu. 2!. I Pants! Pants! Pants! J EAXS ANIJ COR13UKOY A good pair of steel gray jeans working pants made to order for Two grades corduroy pants, Suits and Overcoats at prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. P repair Gelting ready line of Xo parallel will le found in this eity. It will th BEST, BIGGEST, and HANDSOMEST lim- yon ever s:,w. The ever-inereasin growth in spurred us on to do that wliieh we have i.1 r i.! . 1 mt'iinorr, ytqirs oi pnnaieai experience nave raunr us that to he successful in the carpet business you must handle it hy the roll, and plenty of them. Well, we have got them, and you wi it when you once have seen the line. You will lind here the cheapest, the the very best. In addition to this, will carry a large line of MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND RUGS. Perhaps you will say, u 1 need a carpet." Well and good. Come in and let us show you through, quote you prices. Let us ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLY3I0CIII, i:;i;iana. HIS rOVt'DER FLASHED AMATEUR CHEMIST STRIKES THE RIGHT COMBINATION. Incidentally lie I.low a I'mbl'iic to J JJit Omt Vive Hundred Million tMihscribcd for Ihm;! Despondent Cnicagoan Wipe fust Jlis l'atiiily. Two Pcop'e Severely Hurt. While experimenting with a new thtxh ght powder invented l.y Cenrge Lau--nce. a Chicago photographe' F. T. uniihig. an employe, caused an explo ..ii which wrecked the building, severo- ;.....! I im . . t ..- 111,1 Mrs I .:i w rciirt'. D t IIIJ II I 1 ! I l.il.l... . i . .' - ' ' - - wife of Jin- photographer. anl shattered windows iü .rviral structure- adjacent to the studio, 'i ll' explosion occn rrcd m a room iü the second story, where Duu uii;g v;i eng-tue! in mukimr powder used .n making lhihliirhf pi-mres. I!e li:il ?o!i'iI( t."! work of -oinpoundihg the materia!, ami was petting it iht small noxes.' .;. ii calculated to contain two iiiifv--. wr n wit!:. nit apparent cause the powder exploded. TO CIVE CUDANS R...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

Ä.X HANDLES. Ur.'V r .? gnarled, oi l ftpr''" tree, Ii;. l:i the grass-grown orchard lot (Pia!;. ::s 'twin- yesterday, to nir. TL.:y years sine 1 saw tlu? spot), toto-.-u ti.- old w-.'k'e:ich, where Tom With 1'i.vssh terror- ;v.:r.iscd ourselves, J Wrii.Li.-.g from grandpa many a sigh. A he t-iMwly polished the hickory iuIveS. Oh. tr.ruiy a wilil. uncanny tale : O'tr. Mile our juvenile unbelief. Til! hair arose, ami the cheek grew At tin- fluttering sound of ti:e autumn it ..!". j ot:r startled senses wire wont to paint The -vi-:iin? shndnvs as horrid elves, Whi. grandpa, lii-nuniris an oM hymn, pi.-.lnt, S;:.! t!:c glas.-; to tlie glcammg And -aIti the thickening twilight shade vi ancient en-hard broke. With .r:icoh pipes but rudely ma tip. We gathered the shaving.- for mimic -.;i eke. Ti!! grandpa larghc.I with a lyish glee, .A;;1 we joined ia the laiti hl'ul play, i. arsvl ves. Yea. he laughed, ari l cried. ::s against ti." tree II-.- a tide J on" to bis finished he lves. A ::.'....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

(D?c3nbepcnbcnt ZIHMERMAS A SMITH, Propr's. A.D. SMITH. Business Manager. sricM'inrTiox immci:. One Year Six Month KntortMl at the post nlllee :it l'lyinouth. Indiana, .is mutter of tht s'fonl il;is. LOCAL UUEV.LTIKS. From Friday's Daily, ("has. llarrs was a Marmont visitor today. C. II. Til)lfts mill Dr. Veits were Mar Miont visitors today. Low rates anywhere via. the Nickel I Mate road any time. Miss Lizzie Sulmore, of Rochester, is visiting with friends in t Iiis city. A great revival service is now in pro gress at the Wesleyan M. F. church. Miss .lane Markley, of Wabash, is in the city vi-iting with Miss Hose Smith. Mr. Stahl, of Faporte, and .!. Par nienter, of W'ahash. were in town today. Frank It. Hale, passed through Ply mouth today after a short visit at Ilibbard. Frank Firestone, of liourbon, was interviewing old friends on our streets today. Sol Mayer, who has been in Chicago on important business, returned home last night. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parks were so journers at Chi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

(Ef?c3nfccpcnfccnt Sah uday, ri:r.iii A i: s. IV.;. LOCAL llllKVITlKS. From Wednesday'? Daily, .las. Claylnrn is on the si-k list. am Miller sptMit Siitii;iy in IJoiiiImwj. Dr. lH'tt v;i :i Jl-nirfo-m visitor t luv. Jury Main went Ii Culwr "it v fo il uy. Father Mueiirli was at D J.iij? tol;iy. Kit Heeler's family an having the JjriM-e. Win. Zehner was a Culver ity vis- itnrttnlay. C .S. Cleveland is in t. I.ihiis, Mo., on business. 11. L. Logan went to Kn trnlay on leiial husiness. .lohn Sanderson, ol J.oj;:uisi.rt, was in I'Jymouth today. Henry Stein, transacted business in Michigan Uty today. Mr. P. -lones attended to leal busi ness at Walnut today. Mrs. Dr. Knott went to Marion today to visit with relatives. Fred Kuhn lias been eontined to the house lor the past two days. Spain seems to hold Havana;the Cu bans the balance of the Island. The little daughter of Mrs. Walter Heynolds is reported quite ill. Carl Ueynolds is reported as beinir interested in imported bovines. The socie...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

J ras I ; ON ST. VALENTINE'S DAY. O.:. v,-:i; ': . :! r.i.-oi ve.i v i!.-f U"s !' " i ' ! ! . t . i i 1 i ".I 1 ill i I !l I i i i ifs 1!V? . Arn i f !'!,rii ! 1 pee. 1'; l.:irii I ,:y h. ;i ,... y iiis Ii-1 hi- t 1 1. It 11- :ii 1 bun. y, in- vaiii. M..y , !;' !:ei i- IM.vard. O.-iV ir. li-Mi he in ! ! ;mj waist Vi ii i. A I ft V,'- t'. !,' .iT'il w!.iri-t! t' the inu!-' !;.i:ir. : cy -i In !tl ii. y irit rntrciaic l. !r. l,c ;is v J."kiftu il.o. :. An-1 t.-u r hv i':i:: It'll :ii ;. ;i: rl lr a :'i'v. er fr ::i my a-i jM'.i !. !r.:;,l I Tit A!i: !- i.i i'.;f' r i:ji!s arc ut t- my lasto ii i N ;i !.;o ' T!' i!v-ii in in v" !i. !'.. ui'.ii r.ainiy ralis i in! !'ii-al r ini- t'.T from wlioin it i-in ;! ,:rr!u i!::sif an;! sii: :.'l ;.:! hi tll.iin ;ni lit'i'iil if i '. f of a traf, tfi.i!T l!r '..- t !.!::. t!u- , i:- i r; I - :l v. a! :: i:i i'i uoi-hip ye;:r hi-auty i'i- ' o;u' o , ll 1 Wli; i: . i 3" '.) i. V:-j I i r ..::. is;' o:i my lire.) ::.(! v. th l.e-I. ail t:.e -i;: :;n ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

'.:i!; Th" it)Jrt nf Un niiiii'i'r.i tarrrs nf T'Miinn' Kttvh' Kap Ii.ih in'i ti firal .i'iirn to malte tliU Mai ot viirli iUrti'r '. y tliat it ulll j.'l'' UMirerull mlislnr. In. 11. !!a Ihfj- aiicvpfdrU? AbW ur Krix--r lor it. J ukf 11. otlirr. b'. . t- :. iii"vfßiI . - . ; -V --.,'.i-.r. 7( K .A w fit a VA v-vi - u.,i. , t,r,j,r' X?V -'A j-.'-1 c t- i k 1 i tee2v. aOl N f cV.e.avis Yew's xe-vft A trreat i?.f.nv r.en thronghou? tl:t eot.!. try, including plenty of really swell fel lows, li.iv- got it into their head, rightly or wronglyan-.! we are by m ::u':i::s sure that it isn't rightly-that there in n rea- i son why any man sIi.Mil! j :iy more tli.ni j s:;.co to '.". for a j. air of shoes, ami. to say tio hast, the idea has this foundation ! in reason, that cx Ileiit sho- s arc m.w TP P'fwNO FIN ' "ide for To pay 2?S to SFJ for a pair STOW; POLISH ia I of shoes a simply throwing away money (:V pfT ) ,riu7 '"'.'f" ! and in Many cases this is done to gratify vpo ; c" .fc I a mist...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 February 1896

Theatre Talk. Maude V. Caruthers, is an artist in her line, as a reader. She is connected with the Sprague Concert Co., and the numerous press notices received hear out the assertion that she stands at the head of her profession. The Lake Erie & Western have closed a contract with Jiutfalo Hill Wild West show to transfer that aggregation irotu the Pennsylvania line next June. This show will exhibit in Ply mouth June :50. The Cunningham Quartette who will appear at the Presbyterian church Feb. 17th are assisted by Mr. Eugene Page, who is considered the greatest niando- linest before the American public. If a person of an inquisitive turn of mind, should interview those who at tended the Perkins 1). Fisher Comedy Co., in "A CoM Day" at the- opera house Wednesdays hey would discover a diver sified expression of opinions. Honestly speaking, the n.ajonty are of an unfavor able nature. The company is not up to the stand ard, as they appeared last year. The greater portion of the compa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

SemlWeek!y Vol. 1 1. l'LYMOri'll, MARSHALL nU'XTY, INDIANA, WKDXKSDA Y, IT.BRl'AKY Y, 1S1M. So .27. Pants! Pants! Pants! I liANS AM CO OV A u'ood pair of steel iT;iy pimrs made to order for. . Two grades corduroy pants, I HT R Suits and Overcoats at prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR Preparing, Getting ready line of No parallel will he found in this city. It will tlu- BEST, BIGGEST, and HANDSOMEST line The ever-increasing growth in this line has spurred us on to do that which we have done, and fur thermore, years of practical experience have taught us that to he .successful in the carpet business you must handle it by the roll, and plenty of them. Well, we have got them, and you will not gainsay it when you once have seen the line. You will find here the cheapest, the medium and the very best. In addition to this, will line of MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND RUGS. Perhaps you will say, u I need a carpet' Well and good. Come in and let us show you through, quote you prices. Let us take the m...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

(Efyc3nbcpcnbcnt ZIM.Mi:it.MA fc !! I "I'll, Publisher and Prop -c!ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. SEVEN SAILORS DIE. SCHOONER WRECKED OFF MAS SACHUSETTS COAST. Fruitless BfTorts of Life-Savcra-ruli-lishcr Dunlop Must Pay Severe l'cnalty Brighter Itnsincws Outlook -Morgan Syndicate Short o Bonds, Seven Lives Arc Lost. A thr--iiiastcd schooner was wreckeil KuiKlay night half a lnile off Salisbury beach, mar Amoshury. Mass. Tb schooiur. presumably the Florhla. of i;klaml. Mt'.. was driven on tlu bea ch in n h-;'.vy northeast gab. The see. was fo heavy that t launch a sinall lat was out of tin question, yet in the face of this Jeril two of the crew could Ik seen mak inr the attenij . Th- boat was taken up Ly a hiiv'f wave ami tossed beyond their reach. Tiie crew made for the rigging, one. thought to 1 tin captain, lashing himself to the mainmast, where through a glass an hour later lie appeared to be dead. Five of the others took to the iniz xeuiunst. lashing their hodh's t it, while the sevent...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

J VETERAN STATESMEN. LEGISLATORS ACTIVE AT AN AD VANCED AGE. Morrill with His 81 Years I the Nes tor of the Senate anil In Ohler than (ludsttone-Many OtherDistinuiMh el tatet men. Capital City Chat. TVnsLmgio:! currespc mloncc: E NtiLISHMKX like to boast of the great age attained by their statesmen an.l publi: men and iint witli special prhle to the VainI old man," Mr. ('ladstone. Hut we, too. have some )M men. the most re- "rSTs'-rrrr" "'" health, with a mind : ' -' ' f T-fl v igoroti . :i n 1 active. iBgSpr-inr'iii1 k",n innlort an'1 " ii!11' lit'' sx remarkahle capae SUj k I irv f,,r wrk Ile is 1-h-r thr.:; t 'la.IsPir.e, and he is still in t!e- ti::k - l th- hurly-burly of political life. II- was born at Stratford. Vf.. and was a representative in Congress in tlie :iti-. :!.".:!. :;-rh. :t7th. ::sth and :;:th I ',jigr.-s . :.nl was elected to tin I'nit el States S'i'.ate to succeed Luke I. Poland n Mar Ii 4. lSi7. ami has served sine- !.: i:!': :;:'y in the highest legisla tive ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

Cf?e3nbepenbcnt ZIMMER MAS & SMITH, Propr's. A. D. SMITH, Business Manager. Sl'H-CUIl'TIOV IMilCK. One Year. Six .Months, one Year. eali. Six Months. c:ih, Three Months. eah. lVr Copy. .75 l.ou .Xi .3 Kittens! at the post ottioe at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of tiie second class. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Stella Astley is confined to the house owing to sickness. Chas. Spincer, of Bourbon, the chick en raiser, was in our city yesterday. Mrs. Fuller, of Inwood, is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. S. W. Jackson. J. M. Curtis was out yesterday after noun after a week's sieg of sciatic rheumatism. Edith Kendall was compelled to re main out of school today ov ins to a severe sore throat. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Uedding, of JJour bon, visited yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. S. W.Jackson. Mr. II. Humrichouser, who has been seriously ill for several days, we are glad to learn, is improving. O.J.Caldwell and wife, of liucyrus Ohio, arrived last evening to attend the funer...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

OUR SPECIALTY! I'roni Monday's Daily. Dr. Viets went to Tyner today. Flossie t idler is on the sick Lis. 10 J. W. Houghton did not move as n ported. Feb Iv.hV under ctf.. No. ll.,2st and dates from Sept 27, lb'.C, date of tiling application. A little girl was horn to Mr. and l V'- 10 ifi Tli' aif itr l i:t It sl.4" Srwe.l Liidcs" Ii.!, m iU mi tin- l:ttM (! l;iU. 1 lit particular l-atiirf in our Ii i- tli' lit-1 that n i i : 1 1 n i ! - mm iniit-tratc t Ii i nili.t In- t.l' .n our ;:hhI inatii-Iroiu fnniii'' Solid Sim- l.itliT 11 t It nu 'Im our ;.Micar I . i t tu not ! I t . li !!. StylMi. Sv-. -i!. l it icf". :itnl r;ir-r.. I.'i. lil tip ImbU? .u M.mi. l'iiit SIio,-, in r i lln 'I' 1 1 1 M i to!f ..V lh' i . There's Always Room at the Top because "Few" Get There, a lad we never lose sight of It kees spuirin us on tu reach the highest pond ol perfection m our line of 1 IATS. They are made of the liuest Purs, Hands, Rindings and Leathers; are of exceptional high grade and second to ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

EELTCS OF LINCOLN. INTERESTING COLLECTION THEM IN CHICAGO. OF Tkej lirlas Kack to tli-a Memory Xrcnt in the History of tho Mar tyr President From Hoyhooil Day to the Ill-Fated Nitf lit in the Theater. . Kemiudcra of u Great Man. IlaJ Abraham Lincoln lived until now would hav- been 7 years of ago. Put destiny win i;ot such. In tho full yrbne of the greatness that ho had achiev ed he wft3 struck down by tho assassin'." fcand wirtout the warning of a moment. The long war that had marked his admin istration and the terrible circumstances attending Lis death made it deeply im pristsire. A general g'oom pervaded the wholo country. Flags hung at half-mast &d pnblic b'.dMings and private resl toenefcavery where were draped in hl.u k. I Linccfin was the third President to die 'While oa-iipvii : the otlicial chair. Wil- 'Ii ' at irii F.JpV'KViVV.l;;! M6- V 1 ''" -yrff Ä - jj 1 A''1;-! I f&?':S ''& ,V "' 1 i 1 h Km & y- tv3 I.I x CO I. x IX 'Oo. ilm Henry Harrison tiled .irii 4...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

J V n best is inn 'WORLD. 1 TUR RIS1NO SUN STOVE POLISH in caVci for genera! blacking of a stove. THR SI N PASTE POLISH for a quick after-dinner shine, applied and pol ished with a cloth. Horse Broa., Troys., Canton, Mass U.S. A. Ijow Hates SoutTi. On Fei. 4 Man h the Motion Jionte will sell tickets t'roin Chicago to nil foints in tlii" South :it exceedingly low rates; AM.evillo. Ca.. .l..''i: Decatur, Ala.. SHU"; CliMttaiiou-;i. Tenn.. .Sl.7.; Ja ksotivillo, Fla.. SIN.M: Memphis. Tenn.. $:1.lO; N.v (trlt-ans. La.. $17.a"; St. Augustine. Fla.. .S1S."'.": Tampa. l'!;i.. Sl'l: Mol.il.'. A'.i.. -SI '...-,; and all other points at proportionately low rates. For further information allr -s L. K. ß-ssioi:s. Trav. Pass. Act.. Minneapolis Minn.. r City Ticket Otlice, Claik ttreet. Chicago. 1!!. The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. MEDICAL DISCOVERY. DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXEÜRY, MASS., Has discovered in one of cur ccinmon pasture weeds a remedy tint cures every kind of Humor, from the w...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 12 February 1896

ARE THEY ALL RIGHT? Till i the Ouffttion Afced by the Colum bia C ity Iot of a Wholesale Ciroeery. Last Friday, the agents for the Herr & lferley wholesale grocery firm, of Daton, were in Columbia City deliver ing a car load of groceries. The Tost informed its readers that the grocery firms of that place thought there was something wrong when a firm can send out agents to canvass a Jcjunty and then deliver as good a quality of goods as the samples they sell from. The Tost in commenting upon the subject pertinently remarks: Whether it is true or not we are un able to say, and we might also add, that the farmer who read the Columbia City papers, are not kept very well post ed as to the price of groceries through tho advertisements they lind in the weeklies. If you can sell them sugar, rice, beans, etc., as cheap as some whole sale firm can do it, why don't you let them know by advertising?" Ill an interview With those who de liver the groceries at that place a iew things were lear...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 15 February 1896

Semi -Weekly 0 Independent. ii IMA.Morni, MARSHALL CorXTY. INDIANA, SATURDAY, I'f'BUTAKY Iii, 189. Vol.. II. No. 28. Pants! Pants! Pants! ANM AIi fOXVl-'XTTOX THK GATHERING OF SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKERS. i proof of the advancement of Su nday j school work in this county. I The noon hour was taken up by social ! intercourse. TWKLVK AT Xir.IlT. J 12 ANS coinuivov The I . I'.. ( Inn Ii ( luuilnl la ami F.en- TO OR 13 ICR ilitlt l-i-N-li Ii I riM-l i h Most mceshil Meeting. I ; er- A i;oimI pair of steel jjray pants math4 to order for. . jeans working $3.00. Two grades corduroy pants, pair to order.. Suits and Overcoats at prices. $4.00 living From Wednesday's Daily. The annual convention is in progress at the 1'. Ji. church. sion began at 10 o'clock yesterday 1111011111; with representatives Iroin every township present. Uev. I. Uothenberger presided at t lie organ ami led a song service, inter- KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR P reeanmi spersed with prayer by Uev. Mr. Davis, of liremen, and others...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 15 February 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYKOGIil, INDIANA. JLOIilJOIt IN FOKMOSA. CANNIBALISM PRACTICED BY THE CHINESE. Most Kevoltiiitf Talc of Snamry J'earl Itrjaii Did Not Die by l'oinon San I'ramiHO Murderer Strives to Imitate "Jack the Kipper." Ate 1 heir Prisoners. Victoria. I. C. dispatch: Dreadful stories ('tun- from Yokohama of the treat iit nt of .Japanese ly Formosa rebels. ..me correspondents going no I'm r as to say that the Chinese pra.tico cannibalism. Fatly in January the rebels t.ok posses ;,u nf tli' village of Keluug. A detach ment of .Japanese was s.-iit t at!:n-k the place, and : 1 1 t i- 1 1 1 Til opposition Mi.-.K-'li'il in driving 1 1 1 " rebels off :uil entering the village. uli. ii was afterward Jin-d. The i-.n r-poM'l.-iit f the .lapaii Mail in speaking of the arrival of tin Japanese troops in the village, says; "The troops were horrijiod at the ghastly fjui-ta' l" of nineteen loi;( s o! their coun trymen beheaded and fright fully mangled. Tliey were railway werkne-n who Imd me...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 15 February 1896

.ADE OF THC NEW WOMAN. q!.c now woman now to sing t-ii hid iae. Prime, whose jangled lyre, Im st' wrinkled umso, of weary wing, ' H;is !os; her early nituht :i lire. Miro readily your fond desire AVi;;!tI I omcede ii Ii-1 chant fur you If the fur heing yon admire. If the !i'v -vornan were hut ne-.v. Sie- 's, :i!.is! no novel thing; Fr history herself nullit tire. Might faint and fall, in following Wh'-;-e tic old woman did aspin. What stellar space, what mortal mire. ll:ts riot the f:iir sex ventured through? IiiiJee.i. we men foik might admire If tLe new woman were lut new. Sie- ces n.v with ouestioning. Mi:st taste, experience, inquire, I'or i uriosity's the spring That sends her soaring higher and higher. . That hade her with the snake conspire. And to the nake alone he true Who hromrht on us that heavenly ire. If tLe new woman were hut new! FN VOL Prii.ee, old as Adam is. our sire. As old as live, whom Adam knew; V might not labor and perspire It" the new woman were but new. Aii...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 15 February 1896

7 (Cl?c3nbcpcnbcnt Zm.MERMAS A SMITH. Propr's. A. I. SMITH. Offke. Corner General Manager. (Jarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. sniM ini'i ioN im:h i: Oiii Year, Six Mouths, i ne Year. eah. Six Mouths, rash. Three Months, cash, IVrfojty, $l.".o ."." 1 .IM .IUI .11:1 Knteml at Um' post oilier at Plymouth. Indiana. a ntattiT of thi' sreonil class. IT.KSlsT i:N Y. 'I'll s wlio have been the political opponents of Congressman X. M. Cur tis, of New York, run admire the per sistency he has displayed in trying to M'l-ure the passage of a bill through congress asking l"r a meager pension of ss.in a month for Susan Wright, living in his district, who, through some technicality has been deprived of this small pension. It is said that ever since he has endeavored to secure a passage of this bill, he has been made the outi of ridicule and the target for the wits and satirists ot the house. Hut he has kept pegging away indefatigably, and last Friday evening succeeded in having the bill pa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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