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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 15 February 1896

Cül?c3nöepcnbcnt wrniKAV, rr.r.i:i Ai:v F, IM. I.OCAh UltKVITIKS. From Wednesday's Daily. Tin world stills moves! Perf Piistimau was in Argos yester day. r. W. Mnoiv v;is an .rirs visitor ys 1 er lay. Flo. IMuiiifck. is visit ing with friends in Warsaw. Thomas Trihhy went to Chicago yes terday on business. Cni. Paul had his dog shot by some miscreant yesterday ("has. Mattingly. of Pouihon, was in Plymouth yesterday. Judge Catron went to pochester yes terday to attend lorourt a Hairs. Miss Jennie Daniels is spending a j few days in Warsaw with friend. ; heriH SinUh. John P.lydeu and Win. i Hull started yesterday for Atlanta ieor j gia. j J. C. Pevnolds. of Puporte. thinks he i will solve the problem of perpetual mo- j tion. The Christian ladies social will be j with Mrs. Pllen Mel arty, I' rid iv atter iioon. Jessie Hamlet, of Ft. Wayne, was in terviewing old acqiiantances in Plym outh tot lay. Jessie Miller, of near Piemen, was in our city today on business petaining to the Isaac We...

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. — 15 February 1896

f --r-v rÄi-.: st-5kl . '-i I' DISGRACED AND DEAD TRAGIC FATE OF A YOUNG IN DIANA GIRL. Three Men Are Hcll for the Murder of IVar! i:ran-.Mac of Contradictory L'onfcssions Her IIcadlc-4 Corpse Found and Identilicd. Story of a Dark Crime. The f inrr.il of Fcatl Kryaa was hcM st Jro'in".t!( Ind.. ami the services wen' Mpokcn "vcr headless corpse. While the relatives were m the vault then was a mucins uf the young and middle aged men of the city, and it was said later that some tweniy tive or thirty of these A e tileik'e.l themselves t -V SAa-s. to each other to V ?.VK avenge the girl's fVv V. A Vde.it h if the murder- I v'- r ' ers were not hanged v V., i.v th- law. Th- or- w li t. Vv o;. ; n i ; a t i o n thus forncd i- said to le regarded simply as the ;su, ! !" a larger one which will take the I.r.v its own hands if Scott Jack- oi?. A cape the o'irts. The iii . Wailing and Win. Wood es eiue penalty i:t the ('iacinnnti is ef Saturday. Fei. 1. there was f.. in.': at Fort Thomas. Ky.....

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. — 15 February 1896

EITRIG J BKST IN Tlir. VT D ULI. mm i . . r- - i v Vor Ay?-.Vmv axvf ciy ... r v TU": RISINO SUN STOW; POLISH in i-rtkfs for grmral blackir.t; of a stove. THP SI N PASTn POLISH fcr a ;tikk ffeS LABORS af: er - I:ti:iT s:i;ne. IN TUE s'i'l i:'.: ol ishcd with a cloth. Morse Uro., l'rups.. Canton. Mas.. U.S. A. "LlfLi'S RELIANCE DYSPEPSIA TABLETS" re an excellent rermilv 'or I)V5Pi:PSlA, ll)t ClIiSTION. SOl'W SloViACM rn.l ttl Ak'TtH US. Sent rtpaid in icvcipt cii r ";. a.s. a tox. PULPALÜ AND (il'AÜAMKIil) 11 Y RELIANCE- REMEDY COMPANY, kosmli l Illinois. Tfv: Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KEBSPJEQY'S MEDICAL GiSGO VERY. DONALD KEKKEDY, CF RCXEURY, KASS., Has disccvereJ in one of ei:r common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humrr, Irem the worst SvToiuIj down to a comton Hiir.pie. He h.is tried it in over eleven hunJreJ cases, and never failed except i:i two cases (both thunder humor). He has r.ow in his possesion ever two hundred certificates of its value, wi...

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. — 15 February 1896

Feb. 11 ist;. The Nt P.iiilder. ! k A I K . Ill Ii II IN".) l'l in tlif apple tree, ii a far-reachim; spray. 1 chanced to look Hin loely summer .1 1 And saw ;i tiny nest o sticks and hairs and i moss Witt loti threads woven in and stretched across. Makin.; the tiny home strong ami secure Against t It- summer .storms it must endure. The little happy owners of this coy home I'iew in and out. nor eared to farther roam Than at an eay distance from the apple tree. Fearful Ie.t harm befall their treasures three. As sale they lie w itliin tlie downy nest Awaiting the soft pressure of the mother's breast. How skilfully the dainty thint: is made! Who Luinht the little eai penter their trade? Kacli your when niiintless hirtlliü-'s burst the shell. i:aeh one the "buildim season" Know s as well As do the parent hinls. and when time comes They oneaiid ad prepare their future homes. No "modern dwelling" builds the little artisan; His molest home is fashioued hy the same ol J plan. nf tower and tu...

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. — 19 February 1896

J Semi -Weekly 1 1 MAC lil IUI 1 to Li Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WKDXKSDAY, KKBRTAKY 19, 18. Xo. 21). Pants! Pants! A.N1 OY A jjooil pair of steel rniy pants mailt1 to order for. . Two grades corduroy pants, Suits and Overcoats at prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILO R P reoarin iL Getting ready line of Xo parallel will le found in this city. It will the BEST, BIGGEST, and HANDSOMEST line yon ever saw. 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 yon 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 Hud heie the the very best. In addition to this, will line of MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND RUGS. IVrliaps yon will say, " 1 need a carpet." and irood. Conic in and let us show von tlirousli. you prices, rooms and Let us take see if we c...

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. — 19 February 1896

tCI?e3nbcpcnbcnt Z1MM HKMAA V SMITH, Publishers and Prop -ietors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. MANAGUA CAPTURED. CUBAN INSURGENTS CAPTURE A BIG TOWN. Only Twelve Miles Distant from Havana-New Witness In the Hrjun Case New York Crusade Against Intoxi cating Confectionery. InBurscntH Win a Nattlc. The town C Managua, four leagues from Havana. w.ts again attacked by tue insurgents Saturday afternoon and cap tured after a light lasting forty minutes. The Spanish regulars, fortifying them selves' in the churrli, held out an hour longer. The Spanish volunte er garrison, however, went over to the insurgents at the beginning of the attack ami to a man joined the invaders, with all the arms and ammunition at their disposal. The Cuban foreo was led by Col. Castillo, of Comez's advance, who, after taking the church by Htorm. disarmed :ind then paroled its de fenders. Castillo was slightly wounded during the light. .Managua is an impor tant mountain rcsorl. frequented ly rieh ci'izcns of Havana, and is co...

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. — 19 February 1896

OOO THAT GIRL AT AYOITN; Englishman wsts sit ting in tlx1 hall of a hotel i t-'hi-ca go gua wing Ins mustache. II wsis ;i journalist, and a week a'o no loss a personage than the editor of tin c'hantieieer had offered to consular a series of articles from his pen if he could hit mi a new idea. lie I.iul Uni cudgeling his brains over Vmce. A new idea': He must cer tainly find it a new idea! Charlie ltarth-U watched the crowd musingly, lit contemplated a pretty woman coining down tin staircase and the youth ;:t the cahlc counter and the hoy behind the hook stall. Then he wiped the perspiration from his fact; and lmoght a newspaper. Scanning the sheet he saw an adver tlsement that suggested possibililb's, and he read it through again. It ran thus: ITHMri:i:AN('i:-i:iined home for a limited lannher of patients of loth sexes, suffering from stimulants, chloral or tic; morphine hahit; judi cious supervision: luxury and recrea tions: highest referent es. Tor pros pectus and particulars, UK....

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. — 19 February 1896

(Cfye3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAS Ä SMITH, Propr's. A. D. SMITH. (leneral Manager. fflce. Corner Garro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. mt.( uv Hon rinc i: One Year. Si Months, One Year. cash. Six Months, rash. Three Months, rash. lVr Topy, .IO Kutereil at the post ottiee at Plymouth. Iiuiiana. as matter of the seeond elass. FAHMEKS" 1XSTITTTE ON I IM KD 1 Uoiv FIKST VAH leii.re. tu hor intellectual abilities. It o she tliinks correctly her child will thmk correctly. "The lack of improvements and the need of introducing more modern ways would lengthen the lives of the farm ers wives." She spoke of the introduction of new ways of cooking and saiil: "The art of farming can be cultivated. Long hours are entirely unnecessary, because of the progress of the system of farming." The subject of hired help was intro duced and intelligently discussed. The model woman in proverbs was brought into notice the wonderful achieve ments acquired by her could be brought into practice today. Another asse...

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. — 19 February 1896

OUR SPECIALTY ! 10 :2i LO 1 . ' em & A From Monday's Dally. P. J. Cams, of Mariimnt was seen on our streets today. Fugene Welch and wife Weht to Michigan City today. Mr. Leo .Mark, of Cincinnati. visiteJ iit our l it v over Sundav. Mr. Frank Wheeler moved into the dinger house Saturday. Mis. A. C. Capron. is spending a tow days at Larwill. with relatives. Mrs. Theo. Si-onsler is reported a : Ulte ill with stomach trouble. : Clias. Fogle is spending a lew das in : Chicago. I In unit Miiulay morning. ! Tht Fvening Kepository, of Canton, ' Ohio, is out m its litis.' linn fashion for i i Me Kmley. j iid liluu as advance agent went to Kourhon today to make a date for Iiis ! conmanv. j Mrs. Sarah Thayer, of Warsaw, is en i j-ying a visit with Hon II. (J. Thayer i i tad e never lo-ii- suiit of It keeps spm vu; us n to icadi t highest point ! ;-Iul lamny. iif I election tu our lii.e i HATS. Thev an mad.- of t he thirst i'm s. Hands. ! .ohu p.u-khoM. who was scalded at Lnaiiic- an.l Leat...

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. — 19 February 1896

. ;; ;.. ,- f A DAY TO BE3IE3IBEK..' THE LITTLE HATCHET. INDIANA INCIDENTS. r! Ax? When our 22. VHEN WASHINGTON WAS BORN. eomethiii'i of America's Greatest Gen eral unit First Prcsi Jent-Sketcli of His Illustrious Career-His Last Ill ness and Death. Great Man's Life. Though the story has boon often told before xuid volume have born written concerning (Jcorge Washington's career, it is a tide which neither time can wither nor custom stale. At this season the country is celebrating once more the an niversary of his birth ami recalling to mind his great deeds. It is therefore, in teresting to tell over again the facts which have given him the fame which he enjoys. (Jeorge Washington was born in West moreland County, tVa., Feb. '2.1, 17:r He does not seem to h ive shown any intel lectual brilliance when a ""boy and his teaching was of rather an intermittent ort. The only thing for which he (showed much aptitude was in mathematics, and J this talent lie turnen 10 me iiniuin iiniu f surve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 19 February 1896

tiif. m r.::x of koi:i:.. ho svstL-m. rrico ... !;!'r iiotuo. soai oy an I;' n Blood moans sound health. With rure, rich, healthy blood, the stomach and digestive organ will be lorous. and tliere will be no dyspepsia. Kheumatism and neuralgia will be unknown. KorcfuLi and salt rheum will lisapiear. Your nerves v. ill In strong, your slr-ep sound, sweet hnd rcf resiling. Hood's Sarsajcrilla makes pure blood. That is why it euros ?o many diseases. That is why thousands t;ik it to euro disea, rctr.in o.l healih. i:cme;i:ler Sarsaparilla Is the One True I'loo.i rnnf.or. All drusKist.". $1. JIUUvl 2 rill tike, easy to f.pomte.2Ec. It JUakrs Such a Difference. A Linn tirove irirl f;inI a i-aekajre of lov letlns that had hceii written to her mother hy her lather 1 fore they wen? married, says the Sioux ltaphls ' Kepubii. an. The daughter saw that ln? eouM have a little sport, and read theia to her mother, substituting her own name for that of her mother ami a tine younjr man for that of he...

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. — 19 February 1896

-A.-i- ..li!; . l i it ii OS LA PORT II STREUT. w ' s '- S ' - SOCIETY. A class of Sunday-school children of the Kel'oruu-d church met at the home of Sheriff Smith Friday evening and were pleasantly entertained by Mrs. Smith. A s lrpnse party was given at the home of Miss Hertha Scott Friday even ing. A large number of out-of-town people were present and enjoyed an excellent time. Several sleighing parties were out Friday evening enjoying probably the last snow of the season. A birthday party was given at the residence of Mrs. Anna llaslanger Sat urday evening. The gathering was in honor of the Uth birthday of Mrs. llas- langcr, and a large number were present to wish her a succession of birthdas. At the residence of Mrs. Chas. Hughes last Monday evening occurred an interesting and enjoyable party. Mis Krina Willings entertained very pleasantly Friday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. C F. Jilain. on South Michigan street. The affair was given in honor f Mr. Claude Fierce, of ...

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. — 22 February 1896

TT I'LYMOrTII. MARSHALL COl'XTY, INDIANA, SA'ITivDA Y, FKBRTAR Y 22, 1800. YoL. II. No. :;o. Semä -Weekly , iL r. Pants ! Pants ! Pants ! I 1- k. - AM) CORDUlOV A 4mm1 pair of steel uray pants made to order for. . Two orstde eorduroy pants, Suits and prices. KLEINSCHMIDT THE TAILOR pariflig Getting ready line of No parallel will le found in this city. It will the BEST, BIGGEST, and HANDSOMEST lim- you ever saw. The ever-inerea.sinj: 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 husiness you must handle it by the roll, and plenty of them. Well, we have ot them, and you will not gainsay it when you once have seen the line. You will find here the cheapest, tin medium and the very best. In addition to this, will carry a large and choice 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...

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. — 22 February 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. FLYMOCIH, INDIANA. ADVJCKTOSAL1SBÜKY WESTMINSTER GAZETTE URGES THl arbitration plan. Saj'H Advantage I- in Deal in tr itl America Hint 1--Strike in Cliicnuo Clothing l'iii'lorit Tell-Talc- Letter rail to !Iae Fvw Written. Great L'ritaiiVs Oppartuniiy. Tin- V-tm:':iT : M.irfi'ii-i r s.jü deary i. reply p... :y t. tin- American p. n' -; I in regard . :!. .ip!!!!:i;''iit a j .'it !.''. ..- 1 and .vi.-r hail concilia : 1. 1 i- ;:t.i s-o,,;. sn. !llg "Then be i: .i. t:l- jt s i w hat tin )!' uii!. !. to ;i .set his i .i -)v a gn i it - I free to accept ;'ie A incri. :l i! .; -i a hitch is I in- i -'!.!. Min! -'.t '. ', w ;iM a I'M. ': : i-u. W" n '" i - '! . : 1.1 ' i oil W h'.C.I ..:uy i ' : s i e '.I' I V 'l 1 1 1 . . : !. . if :.:.ittn- l.iig :.:k: n "C.t , i )ir 1 1 . i - and Cr-. it !'.;ii;:':i and I h Fnitc I Sl.it-; mating ii ;i ;i t;r. : l-:i bet V. til I lii-.l! i s. !'! us 1 1 n I - i- I positive .-' I :; : i i .1 ;:'( i:i being vi-.-i.s w.t :i the l'ni'.'d S;....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 February 1896

0 !1 THE TJiüM PET BLAST. REV. DR. TALMAGE ON " BRING ING IN THE SHEAVES." JTe S!mv.s How tsomc Mighty Sickles Mjy He Vm (or the Gospel Harvest A Powerful Sermon to an Immense TTifonix. The Harvest I Kipe. Dr. Ta image pivaehed Sunday at W;th !ng:...i t' an immcn-e coin-our'-. The subyct of iii sermon v.. is "P. ringing n the Slier.ves," in t.M being Joel iii., 1". ve in the slckh, l r the harvest is ripe." The sword h::s hern poetized. anl tho v i;M i;i celi-hra ted the sword of i Ii Vit, the svrd of Corles and the sword ! L.tfnyeitc. Tie p-.'ii has been properly cue gized. ai!l the vrll has cclebraN'd tl.. "".t of Addison, the pen of Sotithey inn! the pen .f Irving. The painter.-' peti- 4-1 .'::!:: beeil h :' -red. and t lie Wrld has e. rated Ii-.' p ti-i! of Mnrillo, the pen cil i It.;be::s and the pem-il f P,i-r-tadr. Tie- .' .:;;( i's vis- I has come in for ! : ir ! i ": .r.ium. and tic- World has celebrated i. chi !. arid Crawfrr chisel. r:ii i rri-m-ivr;".- eh'sel. Put tin-re...

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. — 22 February 1896

fl 1 f li:il... I.'. ...I : l n IOC S. Oil. IK 11 ui T-.:i I 1 I At-l rUi'H. (EI?e3nbepcnbcnt Z1MMHKMW SMITH. Propr's. A. Ü. SMITH. General Manager. Office. Corner Harro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. MT.M Kll'TION IMMt'K. One Year, six Montli. On- Year. cash. Six Months. -;ili. Three Mouths, rash. !.:- 1 .KU .'" llnti-reit at tin i-t ilI- at I'lyiiHMith. Iiiliaiia. a mutter uf the second das. ish i IMPORT IS lTIM'K!,rt'm!:1f kn;,m" "rl!lllut" rv"',lay hip.! Fnghsh.as the -tail. It1.s4u.utly ru t-as kept tlu tln numerous cook book to learn of some new di that would suit the taste of hishmlsl Last Monday, alter a lour day's stir-' marked that Dr. I Sin ket t -ovinor ml tYmin.itioti nf Mio soil. etc. 1 important muter from this gentleman was brought into town ! A FAIRY TALE ABOUT AUGUSTUS (h)i: lail,im(l Plymouth until the pro-, to complete the arrangement and make j SWEET. , per time, when heexpecud to cull them j the transfer. Owing to some import-1 , 111 and give tht-m a genu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 February 1896

vEI?c3nfccpcnbcnt srn:i)AV, FKi;i:r.i:Y '-2. Wk LOCAL liKEVITlES. I'r.iin Tuesday'. Dally. l.-rt !':lt is n the sick list. Kliim! went to IVrtl I l:i . J jury in rendering their decision, stated i that to tln bet of their belief the lady should yivt tin t'filovv a muuII tinutiM 1W not marry'tig her. .Mis. Charit Wilding, nl' l"t. U avne. returned h hrr Imme Monday acconi I:jnicd by her mother Mrs. N.s, Wood ward who will iiiak a ttil visit in that city. lod Uaham. hIiesat Tusimiri;;, a station a short distant- soutii ol Val ! oarai. attrmotcd to commit siiicitl J:k. K. Ilouht-.,, w, nt to a!U:on t m u ,,uns h tidav. laiUd in tht at it-mpt Miss Knuua Koont. spent Sunday in s..Mu.,i ':',"llr- (loslifii. Ind., is making marked t'tias.Kt-tlisoa went to Ktio toda on ,,,,'! ess with I, er Civic federation, htisint'ss. The liuints men an- joining hands Henry Hauhcr left riytnouth tor with the members ot tht association in l.;tjorttoda. t heir Horts to inn fast tht moral and Mr. Jas. riant,...

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. — 22 February 1896

LITTLE MAID-O'-DREAMS. Fittl Maid V- rc;i!'i. with your ;, .;,. ,.j,cs s,, char ar.I purr Ci W liefe We faiU WtHlli! see Ii.r i'iiliiriiy T .. t.s hat vol! there behold, Jr. !.' visions manifold! Wi.a! ;- "ii 1 .": ul nur sight. Iii! ling till the Morrow's light, Fa -r han uv ' to-day. As .lull eves only may? Little Maiil -O'-Dreams. with faro I.ik" as in emi woodland place Lifts .1 lily. chaste :u:l white. From the .-ha. low to tin light; -Teil us. by y ur subtler glance, h..Z strange sorcery enchants You .ris now. -here, vet afar As the realms of moon and star? Jl:v jnii magic lamp and ring, Ami genii for vassaling? L".:t! Maid (V-Drcanis. confess You're divine anl nothing less, IYr wiili nnu-ial palms, we fear. Yet must pe you. dreaming here Year:. it.;-', too, to lift the tips Of jour lingers to our lips: Fearful still y(u may rebel. High ami Ileav'nly ora.h! Ti n, though all unmeet our ki-. Partien this.- an. I this! and this! !.;::! Maid-'O-Dreams. we call Tru- n:.d favor, kno...

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. — 22 February 1896

!r.-S nitaii TaM:s ar-' !1 '.y !r ,. i rk" 1 ". r.'V's a lo . -.. vi ;.i I !i OUR PaUURV TOKIOS.:-:.- I i.-v- 11' r . a : .-1.1. 1. 1 '.ii b :: 11;. 1: li . t-. ;: li i Cm. :i ;.!i. !' . i.'-; !. !:. ." ti. i I ;. 'ka'.-.' In i ;. . - I.MUMt:!: AtüiMM i:!.' iir is j Tetri.. Sil. Id; New Otiean-, La.. MT.oä; ! St. Auirasiiiie. 1 "Li.. SlS.fi.": Tamna. 1'ia.. v';.:-;:i n LOUISA MICHEL, ANARCHIST. TWENTY DIE BY FIRE Louise Michel, tho Paris "queen of anarchy," who, it is n porud, is coming to this country t raise momy to found . GREAT FACTORY IN TROY. N. Y., a lioinc for political refugees !: Kn- gland. is an educated wuihaii, reads p.loor! n:-;:n sni-ml health. With pure. rich, v !. tlie sio:n;n !i :md digestive or.ns will r-c L.-r tiii.l tin to W nmlyspt psia. Civik, Latin and Lnglisit readily. :uul KIh urn:.;':: -i.i i-.u 1 i..-;tr:i!p: iw!l b" unkn.evri. j t,rr vojCP j, :uv rv, r ;,t tin MT- Scrofula :tt. I salt will !inHo:.r. Your vI(.0 of th(, fo j,.., s)u, ,!:,s nerves w i!l he ...

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. — 22 February 1896

I. A PAZ. Feb. ."0, Sam Thomas is doing the masonry fr the creamery. Mrs. Abe Chafer, who has been quite sick, is reported better. Wm. Ilostetler drove over to J.remen Sunday to attend business. Denton Smith, of Lakeville, was here attending to business Friday. Kd .Morse, of South Dend, is assisting behind the bar at liabcock's. C. L. Morse, of Plymouth, was at tending business here Thursday. Mrs. Ceo. Dick and Mrs. Clarke IJit tenhouse are both reported quite sick. Dev. Edward Pfeffer, of Columbus, Ohio, brother of Mrs. Peter, preached in the Luther chapel Thursday night. llev. Miller, and Mrs. Pierce, of North Dakota, are visiting Mrs. Helms and other friends in the vicinity. Mrs. Cosfello's chimney burning out Saturday night caused some excite ment. Ex-Sheriff .larrell and family, of Tyner City, spent Sunday with his father-in-law, Mr. Shirk. Several pieces of machinery were lacking, therefore delaing the work on creamery. Saturday night a trio of would-be toughs of Plymouth were...

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