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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1895

A POPULAR DEMAND. PEOPLE DESIRE A GOVERNMENT BANKING SYSTEM. Whila There lias Keen No Well-Pe-lincd Plan, It IX- ident that tlieOnly Scientific Solution to Hie Mor.cy Qucstion Is Government lanks. Definite Plan Wanted. From a recent issr.e of the Mi din ml Journal wo clip the following comprehensive article which illustrates the increasing interest that is being manifest el in the banking question: "The money question was the first to put in an appearance wie a Congress met. It thrust itself into the White House and demanded the chief attention of the President. It lias tumbled over anil put its feet on bath MeKinleyism and tariff reform. The whol- banking fraternity of the country iss on t'.ie anxious bench. The national banks, for thirty years the idol of bankers, are condemned by their friends, who are trying to destroy them. The banking' scheme' of the President and Secretary Carlisle has never had a parallel in the heavens or earth. The Haiti more plan doesn't suit anybody, an ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1895

CI?e 3nbepenbent Entere! at the riyinotith 1M Oflice as second"clavs iii;(ttt r. A.I:.ZIMMKKMAX.Kiitoi: am 11:01 kif.tok. ri;( lMi'i iov rr.ici-:. One Year Six Month ..$1..M Kvip i'ntly all the financial cranks in this country are just now at work on the many plans otfered for a revision of the national currency legislation. Kvruv gold country in the world except the United State?, protects its supply of the mela!. This is the onl v nation that sticks to a standard without trying to save the basis of that standard from exportation. CoNi;i:rs has been contemplating holding night sessions, so as to finish up its work before the end comes. This would be eminently proper as most of the designs of the present congress should be covered with the cioak of darkness. Tin: present democratic congress is a congress of surrenders. It surrendered voluntarily to the sugar trust on sugar; to the gold trust on gold; to the populist in the income tax, and was compelled to surrender to the people in ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent Pittsb'gii, FUWajLa & CMeago Dir. ennsylvania Lines. Schedule of PassengerTralns-Centnl T;me. Westward. Flttub'Bh.lv. Alllauce...r. Canton lv. Mass. Hon.... 44 10 38 919 Wooster " hi 1810 031 Mansfield..." 122511 10 Cr-tliiie nr. 12 50 11 40t6 20 liucyrus lv . 12 12i 6 45, PM Lima " Vau Wert... nVnjne j nx' Areola ColumblaCy " Lnntill 44 ricrceton. ... 44 E igl-j Lake. 44 Warsaw Etna Green.4' Bourbon ' Inwood. 44 Plymouth... " lrovertovn 44 Hamlet 44 Davis 44 Hanna " Wantah 44 Valparaiso. ' Wheeler .... 44 Ilobart 44 Liverpool ... Clarke Chicago ...ar. 253 145 920 3ö4 2 2d 10 17 J7. 4 25: 3 20, 11 20 am 55J 7 0S 4 301 3 20.il 40 18 CO ....-1 1157! 815 4 59, 4 0 : 1222 8 32 i'54? S 90 s a O a e 3 c p t)U' 3 1) 6 21 1237 8 4a 124S zm 12 57 9 04 5 31 4 35 1 03 9 Or j3bg - 6 54. ms 7 003 7 07 3 ? 7 1; 's P 1 24 9 261 1 31! 9 33 141 9 42 6 0S1 5i: 1 55! 9 55 21310 15 2 20 10 23 2 31 1031 3 3 241 10 39 19 6 03 2 51 10 W am 7 21 6 201 3 10 1106,1-7 20" 81Sg 3 27...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1895

n I. r--a i 2 S I i ? TWO VIEWS. IIE. OULD I be sure that when you smile So sweetly up at me 'Twns not a worni k . an s wickcu wite From which my soul should flee; Could I be sure 1 lint all v ti 11 r LJZf L" Your dainty form, your radiant face, 'Bore, in their loveliness, no trace Of nrtlul coquetry; Could I be sure that, day by day, Your thou k1is on me were bent; That, were I near or far away. Your life with mine was blent; Could I be sure that through the years. iYour faith would cling 'mid fortune's jeers, Nor diacontent, nor doubts, nor fears Be in your bosom pent; Could I be sure that in your eyes Naught but the truth could shine, And only woman's love arise To gaze from them in mine; Could 'I be sure that tongue or pen 'Might never err in praising when You were the subject, then why, then I'd be your valentine. SHE. If I could know that your soft words of praise Touching my eyes and hair ."Were not culled from some poet's tender lays And used but as a snare; 'If I could know...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1895

Mi Arthur J. Menday "Woodland, Wash. I Arn Cured" it Eczema, appeared three yea-s pro, and since then I have tried all kiads of remedies for the cure of the disease and had given up all hope of ever beintr cured. At last I was told to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and llood'd Olive Ointment. I did so, aal I am happy to say that I Am Cured f that dreadful skia dlseise. I have taken sixteen bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla and used fivd boxes of ti Ointment. I would have written before, but 1 whhc l to wait until I was conti lent the disease would not return aeaiu. It has not. und I can say 1 am perfect y cured. I jrladly recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla." ARTH fit J. .Mlnimy, Woodland. ahiaton. Hood's Pills do not pur.ro, pain or pripe, bat act promptly, easily aud efficiently. 25c. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly upou. The many, who live better than othere and enjoy life more, vith less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world' bet p...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 February 1895

. A. MILLER'S Just A Pin FOR THE WEEK ENDING JAN. 28, 895, TO FEB. 2, 1S9S. AS FURNISHED BY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS HARDWARE Stick M H r . L ft 4 y . t ; 8 ?! fi ii - l CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owner of tin iM.ly A!trnrt Hook- in tin county. Alsj-trai-t- ofTilli'? to all proptrty in MarJuilI cinnly compile! accurately ami promptly. I ien jam in Krei and wife warranty deed to Matthew Krwin, lots 10, 11, 12 Parks Add., lJourb;n, Sept. :i, 1V.M; 8 IS"). llnsea S. Thompson and wife warranty deed to Matthew Krwin, lot 48 J. F. Parks Add., liourbon, Aug. 21, 875. Emma J. Pun fee and husband warranty deed to Lucy J. Chapman, land in "Walnut township, Jan. S, lb'.."; 8375. James C. Snyiler and wife warranty deed to John W. I lanes, 20 acres (ierman township, Jan. 17, 1S'.5; ioo. Levi C Moore and wife warranty deed to Ciiristena J. Moore, interest in lots 77 and 78 Wheeler's Add., Plymouth, Jan. 2J, lb'.5; 82' Elijah W. Cannon and wife warranty deed to Enoch W. I ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1895

I Mi I Ml V TT j Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1895. No. 18. Saturday Sale. ßry Where Your Dollar Gets The Most. OVERCOAT All Overcoats Reduced in Price from I to 4 Dollars. CO 0 i I o 0 Duck Coats, Mackintoshes, Underwear, Shirts, Gloves, Mitts, Neckties, Trousers, Shoes, Rubbers, Hats, Caps, Clothing, IX AM) flayer Altaaiti'So Great B CT iiina Queensware AVe have a geat variety and a splendid assort ment in this line a::d low prices. It will pay you to call and see us. Also a choice stock of Nussbaum & Mayer. Eves are Windows of the Soul. Remember they are priceless. Take care of them, as no one will take care of them for you. If you need Spectacles or Eye Glasses, consult an Optician. AVe make no charge for examination of the eyes for defective vision. Our ability to safely and correctly adjust glasses is beyond question. AVe guarantee satisfaction and make all needed corrections and supply and exchange lenses free for one year. MY L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1895

ill W Mil l.iJU-IUl.' 1 c A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. FLY MO 'TH. an1. PIEE IN A CAR BARN. CHICAGO CONCERN LOSES ITS ROLLING STOCK. Memorial Services in Honor of Lincoln Texas Kunchera Losa by tho Blizzards City of Cleveland IIa a Swell Plan Lonitjianian Dead. Many Cara Destroyed. Just us the last Lincoln avenue cable, train entered the c.nr house at Wrightwood and Sheffield avenues, Chicago, at 1:10 Wednesday morning, fiames broke out in the east iart of tho structure and in an hour almost had destroyed the bis building. The loss amounts to $r.0,000 on building and from ?l!00,000 to $250,000 on rolling stock. There were 125 ears burned, and Superintendent 1'oach of the company says these cars, which include those for both winter und summer tralüc, range in cost froni $1,000 to $3,000 each. The building was insured for $2O,000 and the rolling stock for $SU,UO0. Owing to the rapid work done by the fii-emen the llames did not reach the part of tho building in which tho horses were sta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1895

T ,4e3nbepenbent tFittaVglu rtWajna & ClacagB BiT. fBnnsylvania Lines. Schedule of PassengerTralns-Central Tune. 33 PM PM 3J 04 19 03 l3 is n J 3 M is 2. 40t62d 9 0ut233 12 121 6 43 PM 143 9 2a 2mim 4 5S 37 AM 5 320;ii:oi 70s: 3 30111 40rt8 oq PM SO s 3 i3u i46l 5 11 57 8 la 22 832 37 8 48 46 8 55 3 fa 1 6 54a 7 00,8 12-57 f9 04 OS 9(M o o a a o p 1 24i 9 23 9 3 9 4ä 31 41 155I95S 10 2 1310 is 2 2010 22 7 IS 2 3110f31 -Ä 24110 39 4 25110 50 am 3 13 "9 3l0llC!t7 2d 3271120 735j 3 3411281 74J 33911331 8071 8 S 3g -s 3 S f 3 51,11143 8 21 4 5$ 1 051 9401 9 45 fa PM PM AM PM 34 BO AM as ft AM PM AM t73d 315 113011130, 40243 a iv; Did ' Did Tin " i pOV u ha.': tri .4 8 31 18-6 4J 33 f6 55, .... 40i 7011 ... 47f7 10) .... 30 e mm il 8 44 850 8 57 9 10 9 35 9 46 f9 55 10 07 10 15 4 501 2 OS 7211 4 04 PM 748 57 06 15 22 5 10 39 60S 25a 840! 512 as io 4a 10 57 1104 120 5 5 21 12 3 9 poop 327 w w 8 r C ö 1 528 The 9 C8f5 33 641 353 922 54Q pin;: oi(.f26 a imv.'Jf of ua.tTOI maiitl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1895

it v H V'A ft it I 8 :s i I BURIED IN THE SNOW fHOLE COUNTRY IN THE GRASP OF A BLIZZARD. Storm l'xtends from the Rockies to the Atlantic (lives the South u Chill-Roilroads Tied Up-Zero and liclow Nearly Uvcrywhcrc. Frij;id Weather Is C.cncral. That has been the condition of this coun try during the past Mick. From the pastern slope of tlto Rooky Mountain! even unto the big Allegheny chain on tineast a storm of snv.- and wind, accompanied by the celebrated Dakotan icy temperature, raged with a ferocity that struck terror Int 1 1 o- hearts of .ill whoso misfortune brought them into eontact with it. It was. in fact, a regular French revolution of weather, and the pans culottes of the wild Northwest howled ia the habitudes of the staid and respectables of tho South ami Fast. It was rcaüy a reign of terror that affrighted all honest p-.-ople and paralyzed the motives of the (onnnonp'aee. Railroad abandoned freight trains and passenger trains were tied up in huso and improvable drifts man...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1895

Ifr. Ira;;.- Jfc.iZiasfer All Run Down Hearty and Well Slnco Taking Hood's Sarsapariila. I became enfeebled and run down from 172 to 132 pounds. I then commenced talcing Hood's Sarsapariila, and now I am hearty and well, caa work hard and cat my meals with relish, which I could not do previously. Formerly my food distressed me, novr 1 can eat 1. ?artily. Hood's Has Cured Me, built up my system, given me renewed health, and increased my weicht to KS pounds. I iooai praise Hood's Sarsapariila hletly to all." Frank McXllastek. r.ich Hill. Mo. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, biliousness, Jaundice, indigestion, sick Leadache. 2c. Not Learned iti Collojts. The title of "professor" is now claimed by many who, like the wise man Ir. the sonjr, never went to college. Not Ion ago, I surprised a man on h!s knees in a hotel corridor. Inquiring the cause of his apparently meaningless attitude, I Avas informed that lie was Prof. YYilkins, the mouse man, who was at that moment looking for small s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 February 1895

M. A. CULLER'S FOR THE WEEK ENDING FEB. 4, 1895, TO FEB. 9, 1895, AS FURNISHED BY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS HARDWARE Ill As Ii i mil. on't Poke CRE5SNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owners or the only Abstract Books in the county. Abstracts ot Titles to all property in Marshall county compiled accurately and promptly. "Vm. G. Goodwin and wife warranty deed to James F. JJolin, lot in Argos, Dec. 17, 873.00. Hosea S. Thompson and wife warranty deed to Sarah A. Haywood, 80 acres in Walnut township, Feb. 5, "93; scooo. Sarah A. Haywood quit claim deed to Laura A. Thompson, 80 acres in Walnut township, Feb. 5, U3; 6000. Aram Shafer and wife warranty deed to Wm. Redman, lot 8 block 6 Thayer's 2nd add., LaPaz, Jan. 15, 'U3; SiO. Jas. L. Cleveland warranty deed to Catherine Cleveland, part lot 117 Folk and Sering's add., Plymouth, Feb 5, "13; 83000. Wm. II. Bolin and wife warranty deed to Joel L. Boggs, 3'J acres in Walnut township, Oct. 20, 'Ol; S1G00. Christena Sickman et al ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1895

SI o MOT Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1895. No. 19. Iii 11 IM IL urn urv: a h - i.-c LT 1 1 J I if. K M 1 1 1 III if I 1 1 Ki fc r t . c t L V GRAND REMOVAL SALE OF ALL WIN WEIGHT GOODS AT ALLMAN INCLUDING: Overcoats, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Hansen, The Music Dealer. 1 11 This artist that is playing the Centennial Opera House piano would not have to make so many exertions if he was playing one of those pianos Hansen is selling. 1 he hverett riano plays itself. to play. That means a great deal, but a good instrument is everything. Remember, there is nobody that can com pete with the prices Hansen is offering his goods at. Deal with a man that is m always get the best bargains. Hansen is doing more business than ever and he still handles the Estey and Newman Bros Organs. Eves are Windows of the Soul. Remember they are priceless. Take care of them, as no one will take care of them for you. If you need Spectacles or Eye Glasses, consult an Optici...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1895

4 X x i i 0?c nöcponöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PLY MO. ITH. SHE SPIED A BARGAIN: AND FELL OVER EVERYBODY TO GET AT IT. Clicai;o Herald ami Post Now Owned by Jas. Y. Fcoit-Mny Aluo Get the Times-Silver Men KcpMlsctl in the Senate. Quick Way of Getting to a Harrain. Three women took a tumble down a Stairway at the Boston Store in Chicago Tuesday, landing in a heap at the bottom chagrined and mortified, but nut injured. A large woman with her arms f till of bundles was at the head of the stairs leading from the second story. She caught sight of some bargain sign on the tloor below and tried to crowd her way through the throng. In her effort she tripped on the front edge of her dress skirt and started on a headlong plunge down the stairs. Most of the people pot out of her way in time, but alut half way down the steps she caught two women ahnest as large as she and rolled straight on to them. The force of the contact upset thrt two women and they accompanied the first one in her or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1895

4 w , I :. -J ". 1 f 4 THE BOXD BUGBEAB. CLEVELAND ASSAILED BY BOTH FRIEND AND FOE. So Assurnncetliat Frequent Depleting Knids Will Not I5c Mad- Upon the Treasury Indications that Wall Street Wants a Frei: l in in Upon Gold. The President and the Currency. The false ami perilous currency system of th' railed States is jxi viu.tr the country no end of trouble. Neither Democrats nor IJepublicans seen) to know liow lo control it. and llio sharks of Wall Street are lying back in ecstasy at the diilletilties of the administration in the attempt ridiculous, if not so pit ial.de to maintain the gold standard, and preserve the reserve fund from the raid. of the professional panic breeders. Says a Washington correspondent: The Fresident receives the severest criticism for making a bond contract j with a private syndicate at so high a i rate of Interest, and resolutions of een- j Mire are talked about at both ends of ; the eapitol. His friends explain and j defend the President's action en th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1895

(Ef?e3nbepenbent .Knteretl at the Plymouth Post Office as secondclass matter. A.R.ZIMMF.KMANKiitok and PkoiRIKTOK. siTiisfi:iiTiN rmcK. One Year $l..rrf) Jix Months -75 Germany now is in favor of the white metal, and favors an international monetary conference. No matt eii how high a political goose may hang now-a-days, it will m all probabilities get roasted arul that to .a delicious brown. Theiie is no doubt that the only motion made in the present congress that will cause a sigh of general satisfaction the United States over, will be the motion to adjourn. If the United States would pass a law favoring the free coinage of silver, all other nations that have used the white metal, for a medium of exchange would follow the example. The president and his cabinet as individuals can not be expected to be especially friendly to congressmen and .senators even of their own party, who have publicly opposed and criticised them. If there has ever been a congress w here many members should be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1895

(Ef?e 3nbepenbent Pittsb'gli. Tt.Wajsa & Ktieaga Pit, 1 Jen nsy 1 va n i a y ns s. Schedule of PassengerTralns-Central Time. 9 13 I 39 3 3.1 1 7 Westward. Plttsb'gb.lv, Alliance... nr Canton lv, Massillon.... " Wooster 44 Mansfield ... 44 AM I V M AM PM PM PM 7 00 6 9 50, 8 10 26 9 in oal Q 05 1 1 a m 9 3 I? 39 4 3 5 2 5 4 6 5 8 3 9 04! 41 1U J 11 1310 122511 125011 19, sä Crestline Bucyrus. ar.! 4016 20.' 12j 6 43 45! 9 2 9 0o;t23D lv i 12 2 511 1 3 34 2 4251 3 4 30.3 459 4 PM 2 544 55 5 53 7 05 Lima 44 Van Wert... 44 Ft Wayne J fj Areola 44 ColumblaCy44 Larwlll 44 Plerceton. ... 44 EngleLake..44 Warsaw 44 Etna Orecn. 44 Bourbon.. 44 Inwood. 44 Plymouth... 44 Orovertown 44 Hamlet 44 Davis llanna 44 Wanatah 44 Valparaiso.. 44 Wheeler 44 Ilobart 44 Liverpool ... 44 Clarke 44 Z10 1." 20,11 20 SO. 11 AY 37 AM t8 0d pm iS 30: -- 111 57j 01,1222 819 8 32 f 5 45' OS 0! s 3 m O 0 00 c 3 Q S3 1 6 01 -3 ft I3 co 3 9 12 37 8 48j 614 6 21! 1248 1257 859 19 04 16 31 5 31 4 35 103 12...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 February 1895

5 i r t P. : Vi "Ä r' ' A. J It I ft HER CHINESE PUPIL. A WOMAN CURIOUS TO KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT HIM. To Knablc Hordel f to Study Him She ltcconics a SantlayScl'ool Teacher, and Visits Ihe Opium Joint of Her Heathen Charge What She Learned. A woman who ins herself Dorothy Dare, curious to luiow why bo many Iwhite women bivomo fond of the Chinese, secured a position as a teacher la ft Chinese Sunday school in Now York, and very interestingly describes her experience with the would-be Christian, both in school and in his opium joint. At her request one of the worstlooking creatures in the whole school was pi veil her as a pupil. "He was," says Miss Dan, '"hip. fat and preasy, und when I sat down beside him he mi.y su 1: i.i'i. or.t i.. moved Ids chair close to mine. While I w:is looking lhriiph the lesson books he was making an inventory of my I e r s o s : 's ! a pp'.' : u a i i . "What is your name':" I asked, bestowing upou him one of my choicest smiles. T.cji Wmi.;. V.'hat yon name...

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