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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 22 February 1895

RVREgaRBmBaaRxaB 111 1 mm I I'l'ni 1 11 11 10 1 V 4 I, ? . 1 ITott'd Till! We offer One IMuiorcl Dolhrs Tlcwanl for any oae of Catarrh tliat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. .1. ( II I N ICY & CO.. ITcr.. T1(h!o. o. We the Uu!t'ii;:iHMl Iiave Kü:vn 1'. J. Cht m-y for tho lat I.", w.-u-s. :n:l llirv Iii:n ifocily honorable in all iu.-in Iran- actions and linan cially able to curry out air. obligation ina-le by t.leir linn. AVk.st &Tia'A, Wl;r: ale nnijmkKToW.o.O. "Waijmm;. Kixnan & Makvin, Wholcsaio lrut'KMs. Tol-m. o. Hall's Catai i h Cr. re U taken internally, acting dlreeUy iii-n ihe bin! and imki.us sui fact's of the system. 1 ri-e ;.v. yvc bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Tosti.honials tree. To wilful men tho injuries that they themselves procure must be their echoul-ni asters. THE ONWARD HARCH of Consumption is Mopped short by Dr. 1'itrec's Golden Med ic:;l Discovery. If you haven't waited beyond reason, there's complete re covery and cure. Although by many ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 22 February 1895

M. A. MILLER'S FOR THE WEEK ENDING FEB. 11, 1895, TO FEB. 16, 1895, AS FURNISHED BY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS HARDWARE Ill 15 III 1 IUI. ont Poke CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owncr of the only Abstract ltooks in Hie connty. Altract of Titles to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately and promptly. Arthur Fare and wife warranty deed to William Garver, 20 acres in West township, Jan. H, "'J3; $300. Wm. (S. Goodwin and wife warranty deed to Robert M. Heed, lot 37 William's addition, Argos, Feb. 'J, ".3; S300. Anna M. Bergman and husband war ranty deed to Anthony Keller, part out lot 43 Niles & Sering addition, Plym outh, May 2, 1;.?110. David C. Knott and wife warranty deed to U'infield S. liannells, and Eliza J. Uannells his wife, lot 1 block 8; north 28 ft. lot 4 block 8 Sidney, Argos, Jan. 21, '03; $1000. Wm. Garver and wife warranty deed to Frank J. Rumley, 80 acres in West township, Jan. 31, y3; 3,200. Lewis Voeckler deceased by Margaret Voeckler (wi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

Mi YfiY H3i TTf TT Yol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1895. No. 20. HIRT at Week na The Clothier Hansen, The Music Dealer. mm 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. The Everett Piano plays itself. You don't have to know how 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 in the business and you will always get the best bargains. Hansen is doing more business than ever and he still handles the Estey and Newman Iiro.'s Organs. Eves are Windows of the Soul. llemember 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 eharge for examination of the eyes for defective vision. Our ability to safely and correc...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PLYMOJTH. PETTIGREWS DENIAL HE KNEW NOTHING OF TAYLOR'S SHORTAGE. Lecturer Flattery Provokes a Riot in Savannr-Aid for Destitute Nebras ka Farmers Death of a Chemist from Cyanide Poisoning Lynn Has Grip. pettigrew Makes Dental. The attention of Senator Pettigrew. o South Dakota, Win;: called to reports that he had some knowlcdg of the defalcation cf Treasurer Taylor of his State, he said that all the information he possessed was that known by other South Dakota men. The day before Christmas Charles Mc Coy had told him that Taylor was short $1(k;m00, and that it was to be made up, $50.CnK) to be paid by Taylor's relatives and rO.MX) by hi bondsmen. "Under these circumstances," added Mr. Petti grew, "I did not think it wise to make the matter public. There is no truth in the report that I ever borrowed a dollar from Taylor. I never had any financial trans ections with him." Riot in Savannah. Tuesday was the most exciting night in the history of Savannah. Ga...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

i i -i FREE SILVER THE GEY WITH RESISTLESS POWER THE MOVE ROLLS ON. Michigan the Scene of the Intcot Tri umph New Cuiivcrtn Unrolled from Both the Old Purtita-Kcimblicrtna and Democrats Flock to ths Standard. Silver la the Iasjue. With force resistless as an avalauclio the cause of silver is moving oa. Tha for West and Northwest, the Central States and the South, have espoused tho doctrine of unrestricted coinage of the white metal. The old party leaders of the Mast view with apprehension the growth of the movement, and read in it the doom of th monopolies fostered by the present iniquitous currency sys tem. Eastward the star of Empire wends Its way! And now conservative Michigau wheels into line. At iiattle Creek the work began, anjl already Lansing, the capital city, is ringing with its echoes. As reported by the press, here is a synopsis of the proceedings: Til. real result of the conference was the adoption of the report of the Committee on Resolutions us amended by Daniel Stran...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

(D?e3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth Post Office as smv.imI ciass matter. A.R.ZI.MMKKMAX.KMTOH am Puoi'üiktoi:. srnsc-i:nTioN huck. One Year Six Months -75 Monday next the torture will he at an end. Congress will adjourn. It is said that at the republican prim ary election in Chicago Wednesday last, the motto, "A fair ballot and an honest count," was "turned toward the wall." A Washington, i. C. Journal in form its readers', that music will cure insanity. A serenade by the marine band upon the present congress might have a telling effect. It is said that the original document, of the 13th amendment, prohibiting slavery, is in the possession of a Mrs. Clark who lives near London. It was drawn by Win. II. Seward, and with alterations made by President Lincoln. Tin: people's parly in Convention at Chicago last Friday placed a full ticket in the Held. The convention was har monious. Their efforts towardpolitical reformation was very emphatically given in their platform; and if there ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent rru f msg gaf t ti w ajcs ft waicago hit, I ijßnnsy Ivan la Lines. as Schedule of PassengerTralns-Central Time. 13 39 3 33 7 Westward. IMIIsb'fch.lv. Alliance.. ar. Canton lv. Massillon.... " Wooster 44 Mansfield... 44 Crestline, nr. Uucyrus. lv I AM I FM AM I'M I'M Ml "7 00 c nn 1 1tf a at -n a 3 ." mm ea mm If I 950 1026 8 30; 9 04 919 4 3 5 2 5 4 6 5 10 33 11 19 1225 10 03. 11 10 8 3 12 0 250 3 34 4 25 4 30j 459; 11 40620! 9 0at230 12 12; 6 45. pm 2 54 4 55 5 53 7C5 1.1 ma 44 Van Wert... 44 145! 9 2 n 2 2910 17?7 3 20.11 20 am 3! ni I? "9 M I 1 UJ UV I Jv Areola 44 ColumblaCy 44 Larwlll 44 Pierceton. ... 44 Kngle Lake.. 44 Warsaw 44 Etna Green. 44 Uourbon ' In wood. 44 i'lymouth... 44 (rovertown 44 Hamlet 44 Davis- 44 llanna " Wnnatah 44 Valparaiso.. 44 Wheeler 44 Ilobart " Liverpool ... 44 Clarke 44 Chicago ...nr. 3 301140130a pm 5 30 11 57 8 lä ,5 45 4 011222 Ö32 6 01 614 6 21 3 3 . .J -.9 3 1 3" 1-0 3 3, I? 3 - 1 1237 8 W 1248 8 55 o as O T. e 3 12 57 f9 04 03 ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

N - Pütt t fc?J 65 ii-ftJ Sf? ? -A t ., : lt.- i :., :J i. ' !, .' KL-(&.X&, ! 15 : S3 ak-Stiiüt- i t Vi V. b. THE COUNTRY'S LOSS. EFFECT OF THE LOW PRICE OF FARM PRODUCTS. In 1891 Uncle Sam Gained $20,000, (XH) Over 1893 on Cattle and Pro visions, and Lost $01,000,000 on Itrcadstun. Farmers Suffer Must. How much has the country lost by the low prices of farm products? In spak ing of prices, a gentleman remarked a few days since: "I pay now just the same for a five-rib roast of beef that I do for a barrel of Hour." His statement wrh substantially correct, as twenty pounds of choice beef are selling for about the same price as a barrel of tin best family flour. The incident is only impor timt as serving to point out and aeeentu ale tbe fa et that provisions have held their prices fairly well, while many pro-dr.-ts of tbe farm, such as wheat, eotton ami wool, have declined" very heavily. It in partly owing to this condition of af fairs, loo. that 0:1 the exerts of 1SIU the Uni...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

! f V a 0-1 t 4 t - 7 I i i! Tired, Weak, Nervous Hood's Sarsaparilla Restores Strength and Bodily Vigor. The cause of that tind. weak, ner vous condition, in which so many peo ple find themselves, is the failure of the blood to properly nourish the nerves and tissues. Teed the nerves upon pure blood and thev will be steadv and strong. Kead ä this: Mtt 1 . ' A 1 , ? . 1 . T 1 Airs. C. IT. Tenable T , . , .. Ket!ibbi:rjf. Hi. r. I have taken it more than ouce and am taking it now. I was tired, my body ached, and I felt very badly all over. I was afraid I would be pick. I thought I would take Hood's isarsaparilla, and It Has Cured Me, and I find that it in cheaper than the doctor s bills. Hood's Pills are the best I hare ever taken, and I use no other. I am glad to have HoodVirGures an opportunity to recommend Hood' Sarsapa rilla." Mus. C. II. Venable, KeUueburg. 111. Hood's Pills are Land made, and perfect la proportion and appearance. 2c per box. The Great German Coffee Kerry. Coffe...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 March 1895

IUI. A, MILLER'S if I A TALE The Fight n FOR THE WEEK ENDING FEB. 18, 1895, TO FEB. 23, 1895, AS FURNISHED BY REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS I HHI. CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owners of the only Abstract Hooks in the county. Abstracts of Titles to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately and promptly, Geo. J. Kilmer et al sheriffs deed to Mary A. Shirley, out lot 2 Lowry's con. add. Argos, Jan. 2, 65MJ1. Krrilla and Isaac A. Xewhouse war ranty deed to Wm. Ji. Kyle, 21 acres in Polk township, Feb. 1, 13; 8C0O. AVm. Massey et al commissioner's deed to David Jamison, 27 acres in Polk township, Jan. 7, "1'5; to quiet title. Heirs of Peter Donahue deceased warranty deed to Leopold M. Lauer, trustee, lots 12 and 13 Hose's add. to Plymouth, March 11, '.1; ??1 11.07. Pinimore C. Casler warranty deed to Leopold M. Lauer, trustee, lots 12 and J3 Kose's add. Plymouth, March 10, 81. Leopold M. Lauer, trustee, quit claim deed to Pinimore C. and Anna Casper his wife, undivid...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

Ik, rv it- i i m m man r a mm m m m m w m Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 185)5. No. 21. Pi IP Mi m m ii TP Iii w Ei -vv s r i HAT AND CAP SALE n ma THIS WEEK. I have without doubt, now for sale, the largest and grandest assortment of Hats and Caps ever shown to the public. 05 IS l QUOTATIONS: Fine black .fur Stiff Hat guaranteed, onlv 1.50; better, at 2.00; better at 2.25; better at2.50; better at $3.00. HAT AT S3.50. Latest Styles Fedoras. SEE THEM. Great Line of Caps, 25 CENTS AND UP. Buy one I am selling the best. Yours truly, 05 THE HATTER. THE Iff UVJ ONE YEAR FOR (or Have yon ever seen the MARSHALL County Independent? Have yon ever read it? If not, this is yonr opportunity. Until the 1st day of April, 1895, this un precedented offer is for yon. ONLY ONE DOLLAR. We will also give with one year's sub scription for the Independent. uom s financial dcnooi. or A Tale of Two Nations," for postpaid to any address within the United States. Samples of the ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

CCI?c JnfccpenÖcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMisher. FLYMO JTH. INI AMA. MKS. WILLIE K. FREE. SENSATION IN THE CASE CARE FULLY CONCEALED. Important Supreme Court Decision Affect in Patents Income Tux Will L''.' Larger than Lxpected, anJ Will Come Daiij-Seamcn Kcscued. Mr. Vanderbilt Granted a Divorce. A dciTcc of absolute divorce was grant tl Tuesday by Justice Harrett of the New York Supreme Court to Alva K. Yander l.ilt from William K. Vanderbilt. The testimony ami tin- report of lieferet Kelly UK- scaled. The mtiiie of the- co-respondent is unknown. Hy the terms of the decree the t ustody if the three children. Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt. William K. Vanderbilt. Jr.. and Harold S. Vaiider bilt. is given to Mrs. Vanderbilt. A lib eral allow am o is granted Mrs. Vanderbilt. The complaint in the action was served upon Mr. Vanderbilt .Ian. .' last, ami thortly afterward an answer was tiled in LcLalf of Mr. Vanderbilt. lie raised the issue as to the allegations of the divorce by denying in his ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

OÜK BANKING SYSTEM IT IS BASED ON CHEEK, NOT CAPITAL. I-'aiikcrs Couldn't Pay Clerk Hire If Compelled to Depend on Their Own Capital-Ifn tlie People Wli.i "Tay the Freiglif-Keforni Notes. Financial A bsurdiC ,. The fictitious character of :: finan cial system :tn;l the absoh.ito absence , of any pretense at set -urity miVred by the banking institutions is M.trtling ! wlit'U even :m attempt is made to j fathom ir. .lust think of if. The de- ! posit in banks of the I'nit 1 States j according to figures given at tin hank ers' dub hist Saturday night is W.MMH.H. Doesn't that indicate prosper ity? An average of over ifty dollars each for overy imin, woman anil child hi ihe Puked States deposited in the banks. Prosperity must hover around peo ple so blessed with money. I-'very man able to draw his cheek for at 1 ast tifty dollars cash on deposit in the bank. Is it any wonder that nr cr.m try lias the admiratim of the vh de world? Is it surprising that our pros perity should be the envy -f...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

(D?e3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth Tost (Mlice as second class matter. A.U.ZIMMKKMAN.Kiutok am I'komsiktor. sri:s( iiiiTi) im:k i:. One Year $1 ." Six Month 7". Con;ukss transacted business all day Sundav. All hopes for the recovery of (Jer.er al MVlernand, of Springfield, 111., has been abandoned. All appeals were made in vain to the mayor of Chicago, ile concurred in the actions of the gang. Chicago is being tloo.led by green goods men. They know where to locate for their line of business. An unsuccessful effort was made by the friends of the pooling bill to "rail road" it through the senate last Friday. Qtitk an excitement was created in Indianapolis, Monday last, over the mis terious dissappearance of the Roby bill. Tin: actions of the city council of Chicago, in giving away franchises has brought down an avalanche of condem nation. Tiik president is to be congratulated on his determination to have the demor alizing element to close up business on time. A XI) now comes Thos...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

(EI?e3nbepenbent jrf.f itt:i ga, rt.wajii a caicago bit, M. mmm a mm M iJennsLilvania Lines. vJ Schedule of PassengerTralns-Central Time 9 1 I'M 6 001 39 35 Westward. AM I AM I'M I'M I'M Pltb'Kh.lv.7 006 1 1 a AllIauce...arJ 9 50 8 30 Canton lv.'io 2S; 9 04! 4 3 5 2 I 1 Massillon.. 10 3S 919 111810 05 122511 10: 5 4 Wooster " Mansfield ... 44 1'rewtline. ar. Bucyrus lv Lima " Van Wert... 44 6 5 8 3 125011 40 16 2d 9 0ot23 -....1212! 6 45 Pü 2 54 9 5ft 1 Art Q 9fl 4 55 3 34 2 2910 1711 5 5J 7 0S riir... ... 1 ar 4 251 3 20 ;11 20j am 4 301 3 30 11 40 13 Od PM OB 00 S a 5 30 Areola " ColumblaCy" jLarwlll " rierceton. ... 44 Eagle LAke . " Warsaw 44 Etna Green. 44 Bourbon " Inwood 44 Plymouth... 44 Grovertown " Hamlet Davis 44 Hanna . 4 Wanatah..... 44 Valparaiso.. ' Wheeler 44 Hobart " Liverpool ... Clarke " Chicago ...ar, ... 11 57 8 19 f546!- 45! 4 01,122? 8 33 1237 8 4 614 2 12461 8 5a 6 21' 1257f9 04 3 31? 5 31 4 35 1 33 9 09 O a GO C a o. 6 38 3 1 24 9 26 6 49C 4 M T 1 31 9 33I f...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

t ? i i WORK OF CONGRESS. LARGELY A RECORD OF TENT EFFORTS. IMPO- Jleview of the Pcs-don Sliowa that Bevern! Important Jlcasuri's Have Jtccn Dcb:tcI, but Have Not Ilccome Law. . IIa Accoiii1!w!ismI Little. WflfJitiisjton oirr.s;":nl.';nv: ki;yu:v f tli w.irk of this last ses sion of tin I'ifty lliird Coti;;tvss must litv.'ss.ir.ly Ii'u! m,ii witli what was ;U t;'iiiit'l to Ik- t!:n than that wlii.Ii v.as IHOOtiiplis'lKti. S!!H'' most of th- itn'mr tai:t business -nsil-rrvi has Imm'Ii nd'- 'AI? it-d to tili tir V !!" r!:ss. The iiTlil h;l ! n ivrlii-iilarly kO Y"''-"" '-,r tiiarUt-il by the tnabil rLiL"1. jm j ; y f lb,- Sonati- ami P'nfir" 'i!- II l f i.'a a::y of th most dMU u i:iio; taut lr iMoins presented by tLem. Congress nKt on t'.ie -1 1 !i of I Vv'tn'ier lrtt, with t! imp'MiVt iv- ami i'ivsiu:nl task, to fra'iio a i:d i;t'-t t!i" various ap propriation bills-. N.'-ct in ini;or!ari'" ,wna tlie titiani:i! iii-sfioii, for wliudi in definite ilaus of -t 1 1-'in ;-n t lny.üd iii....

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

WE OYER 100 ARE KILLED BEST POLISH IN THE WORLD. ' GIVE AWAY A Sample Package (-4 to 7 doses) cf Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets To any one sending name and address to us on a postal card. QNCE U3ED THEY ARE ALWAY S IN FAVOR. Hence, our object in sending them out broadcast O.V TRIAL ä. They absolutely cure SICK HEADACHE, BiliouJtiess, Constipation, Coated Tongue, Toot Ap petite, Dypepir and kin dred di iansremcnts of '.lie Stomach, Ivercnd Bowels. Don't accept some substitute said to be ' 'just as good. ' ' T.,e substitute costs the dealer less. It costs yen ABOUT the same. HIS profit is in the "just as good." WHERE IS YOURS? Address for Frke Samft.e, World's Dispensary Medical Association, A'o. 66 J Ms in St.. DLFFALO. S. V. Ilolh Left. Tbe train was just ready to start for Boston when a tlet.e:i from Super intendent Hyrnes olive got on one of the smoking cars and :tid: "lto care f ul, gentlemen; I believe there are a couple of sharpers inside.'' "Miood gracious" exclaimed a very bty...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 8 March 1895

w imMMßm if Mi I'flr-i j&u&i&Ste&Zehx VW"SS REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS 1 11 A 1 If LI. A. MILLER'S A TALE FOR THE WEEK ENDINQ FEB. 25, 185, TO March 2, 1S95. AS FURNISHED BY CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owners of the only Abstract liooks in the county. Abstracts of Titles to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately and promptly. 13. & 0. & C. K. Ii. quit claim deed to Holland Kadiator Co., 2 acres German township, (part depot ground) Jan. 15 Henry StaulTer warranty deed to M. C. Holland, lots 11 and 12, Kx. north 70 feet Hull's add Bremen, Jan. 21, G50. Jacob Vollmer commissioner, com missioners deed to Mary M. Vollmer, lot lOFoltzs cor. add Bremen, Oct. 3, 'HI; 81.000. James M. Wiekizer warranty deed to Jacob and Mary Deaner, 80 acres Wal nut township, Feb. 20, UV, $ 1,500. J. C. Deaner and wife warranty deed to James M. Wiekizer, part lot 8 block 8 (Sidney) Argos, Feb. 20, 13; 2,500. Filetus Shaffer and wife warranty deed to JJenj. ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 March 1895

; . . . - I Mlfml) www h WkMJ$WMJ I Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1895. No. 22. A Comic L WO ii JL New and Stylish Trousers Wonderfully Reduced. Call in and see them and get prices. Will make you a Suit to your order. See my Line of Samples. IAI1 1,11 PITS, 050 1 UPWARDS. Will make you Don't my line of o z rioAUmae CLOTHIER. TH AÄUTUYllUJÖtl ONE YEAR FOR &1 Have yon ever seen the MARSHALL County Independent? Have you ever read it? If not, this is your opportunity. Until the 1st day of April, 1895, this un precedented offer is for you. ONLY ONE DOLLAR. We will also give with one year's sub scription for the Independent. "Coin's Financial School," or "A Tale of Two Nations," for SI. 1 5 postpaid to any address within the United States. Samples of the Independent mailed on application. THE MOST RELIABLE SMOKE, State Seal cigar, 5 cts. MANUFACTURED BY C. W. CHAPMAN, - WARSAW, IND. L (ELL... PAIR. a Suit to your order fail to see Piece Goods. 9 E nn V 1...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 March 1895

A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PLYMOJTH. 1N2 AN 4. FIGHT IX THE CHIJKCH BOLD BEARING OF AN PRIEST. OMAHA Nine Italians Lynched - Kiubczzler Taylor Kim Ihiwu in Mciico-Kvans-Ion Bankers Charged with Embcz-zIcracnt-L.ortl Hostbcry to liesien I'ricMt Hepcls Invaders. The fight over the possession of St. Paul's Catholic Church. Omaha, which has been in progress for six months, took n decidedly interesting turn Tucsday morning immediately after mass. The Rev. Steven Kanninski, the priest in charge, had just finished the service and the congregation had left the sacred edi fice for their homes, when thirty-live men approached the building, and. after a brief parley, ten of the number entered the church and demanded that the priest deliver the keys to them. lie refused and ordered them to have the place. They attacked him. Only the fact that the priest was unaccustomed to the use of firearms interfered with the coroner's having a wholesale inquest. As it is, F. Dargaczowski has been permanent...

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