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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 March 1895

J. BULL WILL OWN US. WE'RE BEING BOUGHT OUT WEALTHY ENGLISHMEN. BY They Have Acquired Va-t Tracts of Laud in Y2ii Country, Abrogating 20,000,000 AcrcH-Sccret Society to Ifeseiit Their Hack Iicutiitg. It of the IIi!diiijis. That Fnglish aristocrats should rule large domains in the I'nittnl States, ami nth them from London, is at first a dittieult thing to grasp. Not until it is home in mind that peers and peer esses; of Croat llrifain are lar.se landed proprietors in our country Viseount Scully alone owns :;.-.' hi aeres in Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska does tlie .significance of absenteeism in land lords become apparent. Hut now the matter will bo brought home to Ameri cans more directly than it has ever been brought home yet. for there is shortly to be a union in London of the American land-owning interests, and a series of drastic measures are sched uled, which, it is believed, will not only increase the annual rentals of the vast domain involved, but will greatly af ire t the desti...

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. — 15 March 1895

(Efye 3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth Tost Office as second class matter. A.R.ZIMMKKMAX,Kiitok and Proprietor. SVUSCKIITIOX riCICE. One Year $1-50 Six Mouths 75. The democrats of Alabama have or organized a free silver league. Will some one arise and explain the exact situation of affairs at the Indiana capitol. . Paiity obligations are always sub ordinated to principles by men whose political actions are controlled by hon esty of purpose. Ol k dear friend Wiggins, the weath er prophet, predicts earthquakes. In diana felt the first shock at Indianapo lis, last Tuesday night. Japan modestly asks for 8200,000,000 in gold as indemnity from China, for the trouble the latter has caused. Why don't Japan ask for the Empire. The song, "Where am I At," can be utilized by the voters of Indiana, when they read the explanations of the two political parties, in regard to the "scrap' in the legislative hall at Indianapolis. Ix Chicago Wednesday, seven suicides were reported. While this is app...

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. — 15 March 1895

Cl?e3nbepenbent PittaVgli. Ft.Wajce & CMcaga Sit. ennsylvania Lines. Schedule of PassengerTralns-Central Time. 19 15 39 3 35 7 Westward. Flttsb'ffh.lT I AM I P 7006 960 8 102S 9 AM I'M PM pm 11 Alllnnce...ar 3 4 3 5 2 5 4 6 5 8 3 Canton lv. 04 'S OS 10 M asm Hon.... " Wooster 44 Mansfield ... " Crrtllne ar Bucyrua lv Lima " Van Wert... 44 103S 9 111810 122511 125011 12 I a 9 40t6 2ffl 9 0u 30 12! 6 45 PM 254 455 553 250 1 3 34 2 3l 9 20 2910 17 a? 20.; 11 20 AM i ai 4 2$ 4 3a 7 05 30,11 408 0d ... U S7 8 19 PM 5301 Areola. " ColumblaCy" LarwlU " Plerceton. ... " EngleLake." Warsaw Etna Green. ' Bourbon.. " Inwood " Plymouth... 44 Urovertowa 44 Hamlet " Davis Hanna ... 44 Wanatah..... 44 Valparaiso.. " Wheeler 44 Hobart 44 Liverpool " Clarke " T546U '459 3 H 9 0112 22! 8 32 a CO S m O (3 w c 0 o. to 6 011s 6 14.3 6 211 1237! 8 4ä 12 4& 8 5a 12 57 f9 04 16 31 3 5 31 433 1 03 9 09 6 36 g 6 543 7 008 7 07J3 124, 131 9 26 9 33 9 42 9 55 '141 60S 512 i rr 21310 la 7152 2 2010 23 2...

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. — 15 March 1895

mrvprpQ wVr 4 T? AT rvRQ I sound.'nnd no appearauce of any fun lUlllO JjUH JJ ÜXliliüiXlO KUS- on the surfaoe, but all the center A DEPARTMENT PREPARED FOR OUR RURAL FRIENDS. Tho Most Profitable Stock for the Farm -How to Measure ntt Acre In deitcndciice of Farm Life -Hen House Hhotild He Warm. Profitable Farm Stock. In answer to the question as to the most profitable stock for the farm, Mr. Powell said at a farmers meeting re cently: "The first talk upon agricul tural topics I over heard was by Solon Robinson, and the tirst words of it were. 'Don't put all your eggs in one basket.' Ami I cannot give a better answer to your question than this. Study your conditions an -J carry more than one kind of stork, making each kind supple mentary to the other or to some other IMi:po;e of the farm work. Tor the dairy farm a good line of pig stock will move a nrolitable investment. This is t-specially so on a butter faun, or a j milk farm whcicskim milk i., returned. j There is and :t!ways will...

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. — 15 March 1895

ff 1 ; I i j .if Pure Rich Blood Is essential to good health, becawe the blood is the vital fin id which sup-plies all the organs with life anl the power to per form their functions. Hood's Sarsaparilla acts directly upon the blood, making it rich and pure, and giving it vitality and life giving qualities. This is w hy Hood's Sar saparilla Cures when all other preparations and prescriptions fail. "I have tried Hood's Sarsaparilla and found it to be an excellent medicine for impure blood. 1 highly recommend it." Fanxie E. Pkichard, Utica, X. Y. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Great Blood Purifier. Hood's Pilcertotnyteaay totake, uuuu 2 rin,, Tho Rarest Hook in Kxistence. In 14,77 a Psalter, or Psalni-boolc, was printed, by Faust and KchoefiVr, at Mainz, for the use of the lienedictine monastery there. It was the first book ever issued with a date, and the third book printed. Therefore it is not only a very rare, but a very remarkable work. But what makes it extremely scarce Is the fact th...

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. — 15 March 1895

'4 i i J REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS . A. MILLER'S FOR THE WEEK ENDING MA'iCH 9, 1895, TO MARCH 4, 1895, AS FURNISHED BY CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Kill. Owners of the only Attract Hooks in tbe county. Abstracts of Titles to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately anil promptly. Boarding by the Day or Week. Meals served at all hours, also warm and cold lunch. Sam'l KoontzJr. and wife warranty Lodging Can be had Oil ap- deedto John W. Baugher, 20 acies in Li ni'n -rn- ,..: To i -,. scim pilCclllUIl. X uiiv luniiaiiij't uuui ui( vj , . Ill 1 1 1 . i -j. a J-J I .1 Ol'tTO Mill) 11 I 'I IW1 l( Dan 1 Koontz ana wne warranty ueeu -t- "s miv, vunuiv, to John W. Jaugher,20 acres in l'olk (Jitrars and TobaCCO COll- township, Jan. 31, '95; S'JOO. Sam'l D. HulTer and wife warranty SUUU1 J Uli deed to David M. Klinger and Mary C. his wife, lot 7, J. D. Thomas' add Hour bon, March 2, (J5; 8400. Anthony C. Miller and wife warranty deed to Albert Leeper, 6 1-7 acres Ger ...

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. — 22 March 1895

SWS EMI Uli iiRiM U iLÄ) 1, Mite HSV 1 - - - Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 189:,. No. 2:t. 'vlL) vÄföS lRI tf M K MI f?f. m ' f-CirVy H fei fi - A Chamic (0 a. In WO New and Stylish Trousers Wonderfully Reduced. Call in and see them and get price Will make you a Suit to your order. See my Line of Samples. 0) Lü I 0) TAILOR HUE PIS, LjJ O Will make you Don't my line of CL CLOTH m m ms cjsk pa m EPS F 3Ep ONE YEAR FOR (or s u The time is growing short. Only two more weeks. On April 1st, 1895, this unpre cedented offer closes. Remember it is ONLY ONE DOLLAR. We will also include with one year's subscription, either "Coin's Financial School," or "A Tale of Two Nations," for 1 5 Cls. postpaid to any address within the United States. Samples of the Independent mailed on application. THE MOST RELIABLE SMOKE, State seal Cigar, 5 cts. MANUFACTUHUD BY C. W. CHAPMAN, - WARSAW, IND. .1 (LLÜ -L iA4o PAIRS S. a Suit to your order. fail to see Piece Goods. 3.50 ID H...

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. — 22 March 1895

(Lf?e3n&epcnöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. FLYWOJTH. - - IN DANA. TO LAY BARE A PLOT. ENORMOUS WHISKY TRUST DIS CREPANCIES. Over $80,000 in Bullion Missing from the Carson, Nev., Mint-Rumor that Uawaii Will He Asked to Withdraw Minister Thurston. Big Sensation Brewing It is expected that the ox pert s will soon comploto their examination of the Kmks of the whisky trust for tin? fiscal year end iug March :U, lStrj. Their report will de velope the foundation for suits against certain officers and directors of the trust to recover moneys whieh will aggregate $'2A UO.txKJ or more. Incidentally, it is Mid. they will lay tare the facts in the eonspiracy which culminated in the sale of the Shufeldt distillery in Chicago and which was maiked during its progress by attempts to destroy the distillery with dynamite ami by the arrest of (ieorge J. Gibson, tht n Secretary of the trust, on a charge of being implicated in the plot. It is learned tl at the experts have found entries on the bo...

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. — 22 March 1895

SOLD US TO SHYLOCK. SEVENTY MILLION SLAVES PUR CHASED BY MONEY LORDS. The Ifecent liond Issue Develops a Scandal of Mammoth Proport ions Grovcr Said to Have Share! a Kakc Off Oeneral lieform Notes. High-Handed Hobbery. Tin; recent bond issue, aside from its atrocious features in other respects, has developed a se: imhil of mammoth proportions, which will li.guiv in Ameri can polities for many :l tl:iy ami iliixnu to eternal perdition everybody eonneet 0(1 With it. Tin New York World, t he loading Democratic paper of the nation, flatly charges fraud and eollusion in this sale of the country's credit to the foreign bankers and their Aineriean go betWCClls. Tho World devoted a six column article to an exposure of tho deal in all its dishonest features and insists that the government was bun koed out of millions of dollars by the 11. oney chancers, it says: "Kvery day brings out in sharp out line the verdancy of the government otiieials who went into secret sessions with money-changing ...

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. — 22 March 1895

.3 '1, i t n i I (CI?e3nbepenbcnt Entered at the Plymouth Post Office as second class niatttr. A.U.Zl.MMi: KMAN.Kimtoi: a no Pkoikiktok. n;( -isii-i ion immck. One Year M .Months T.'i. In tiii: republican legislature in Kan sas, last week, a Vote for a republican presidential candidate for lbl , resulted almost unanimous in favor of McKinlev. It is announced that Mrs. Mary Lease, of Kansas, will be a candidate for mayor, of Wichita, he will be brought to the front by the citizenstick et, and secure the support of the pro hibitionists. Now honestly, is it not peculiar that the laws of this country will allow gambling on the board of trade, where men of wealth snend their monev, vet the law of this country will not allow a man of ordinary means to invest a dol lar in a lot ten? j Tin: Iii v. Nimm.1 (I. .Jones, father of the noted Sum Jones, of (leorgia, died recently at the age of W years. He raised live s-'oi:s, all of hm are Metho dist p read. eis. Samuel is the only one of the fami...

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. — 22 March 1895

(n?e3nbepen5ent PittaTa'gh. rt.Wajse & Chicaga Bit. ennsylvania Lines. Schedule of PassengerTrains-Centrai Time. I 9 I 15 1 39 Westward. TmIT-m" IMtl.h'irh iv.'7mR nn AM a Alliance.. ar.l 9 50 8 30 Canton lv.1026, 9 04; Mas ml km. I1033 919 fi 3 Wooster " 11 131001 1? 2511 iff Mansfield ... " reM Hue ar. 125011 40 16 20' 9 0ot23J Ducyrus Iv s 12 121 6 45 2 54 4 55 m Lima " 2 50 1 4& 9 20 2 Van Wert... " Ft Wayne j fj Areola " C'olumblaCy 44 Lanvlll 44 1'ierceton. ... 44 Engle Lake. 44 Warsaw " Etna Green." Ilourbon Inwood ' riymouth... " Grovertown " Hamlet Davis 44 llanna 44 Wanatah 44 Valparaiso. ' Wheeler " llohart 44 Llverjool ... Clarke " 3 34 2W1017L?7J 5 53 425 320 11201AM 7C5 4 30i 3 20 11 408 0q pm 530 21 .... .1157, 8 ia 4 59 4 011222 8 33 0 73 r O 3 m O a u e E3 c p b 01 5 614 6 21-2 112 37 8 4 m ac a eel 1 1 x -to o 12 5719 04 f6 31 ? 5 5 31 4 35 1 03 9 OH 6 35 6 43 3 6 54 m 3 '7 07 3 J :::::bs 13 ' 1 24 9 26 131 9 3. (14V 9 42 6 05 5 lä 1 55 9 F 5 21310 15 2 20 ...

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. — 22 March 1895

J 1 .3 1 TREASURY IS GAINING TME INCOME TAX EXPECTED TO MAKE ACCOUNTS BALANCE. Receipts far Four Months to Jane 30 ICqaal Expenses Complete State ment of Government Finances from 1892 to 189Ö, Itoth Inclusive. Deficit Is Now $38,000,000. WMKhinxton eorrespomlence: An analysis of the Federal treasury's rendition shows the Government's finan ce art now working into better shape. The treasury has run behind about .S. OW.OOO tliti.H far this current fiscal year (since July 1. 1S14. hut unless cah-ula-Uoiih are su lly at fault the record for the last four months of the year, to June Ä). will show un income equal to the otit ic. Customs and internal revenue re ceipts are on a bed-rock hard-times basis. Any change must be in the direction of increase. The deficit hist year (July, 1WVJ. 0 June 1S!U. inclusive) was $7. 000.000 in round figures. This year (July, 18U1, to Jure. 1S1C. inclusive the short age will approximate $.'. MXU UK). Next jear (ISU.Vr.) there stmuhl be a hand bfHiie surplu...

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. — 22 March 1895

BOT DT) (Dl U J) Is go Important that you should be sure to get THE BEST. Hood's Sarsara rilla has proven its unequaled merit by its thousands of remarkable cures, and the fact that it has a larger sale than any other sarsaparilla or blood puri fier 8hows the great confidence the people have in it. In fact, it is tiik Spring Medicine. It cures all blood diseases, builds up the nerves, and gives such strength to the whole system that, as one lady puts it, "It seemed to make me anew." If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa parilla for your Spring Medicine, do not buy any substitute, lie sure to get Tit lor Tat. Henry Mackenzie, the author of 'Tho Man of Feel ins," was a lawyer by pro fession. During a visit to the High lands of Scotland for grouse-shoot in he made the noinaintam e of a general who also was of the company. One day after dinner, there was some talk at table about poisons ratsbane, and laurel especially, juoth the leneral to Mackenzie: "We say in Fngland that ratsbane will n...

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 March 1895

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS FOR THE WEEK ENDING MARCH II, 1895, TO MARCH 16, 18, AS FURNISHED BY CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owners of the only Abstract Itook in the county. Abstracts of Titles to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately ami promptly David L. Ueck and wife warranty deed to Chas. A. Minard, lots 4, 5, 7 and 8 orig. Bourbon, Feb. 23, Uj; S100. Chas. A. Minard and wife warranty deed to Sarah M. Ueck, lots 4, 5, 7 and 8 orig. ISourbon, Feb. 23, VJ3; 8100. Wm. Montgomery and wife warranty deed to Francis M. Uurket, lots 5 and 14 Pretty lake club grounds, Feb. 23, 13; 8100. Mary J. Wildrout and husband war ranty deed to Luther 1. Cressner, trus tee, lot 113 Hose's add. Plymouth, March S, 'D3; $1. Luther 11. Cressner warranty deed to DanielJ. Wildrout, lot 113 Rose's add. Plymouth, March 'i3; SI. Francis E. Uarclay tax deed to Jacob Vollmer, 20 acres North township, March U, 'U3; 821.11. Francis E. Barclay tax deed to Jacob Vollmer, SO acres Xorth ...

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. — 29 March 1895

Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 29,180."). No. 24. 1 Hooray GRAND OPENING SPRIH6 Sil i Ali !i)K)i ttniity for all ivliallc jonds at popular prices. Clothing, Shoes, Shirts, Hats and Caps, Underwear, Neckties, Valises, Trunks. Xrw, Nobby Styles in fien's& Boys9 Cloth in SEK TH KM. SPECIAL 100 pairs Shoes worth $1.50, at 99c. 20 dozen Caps worth 50c, at 25e. 1000 pairs of Pants, from 55e up. 20 dozen pairs Socks, worth 15c. at 10c. EUave THE LEADING JOHN S. BENDER. JACOB D. MOLTER. Real Estate Hustlers. They present below a list of property they have for sale. If you desire to invest in Marshall County Heal Kstate, A'ive them a call before purchasing. They have this week the following property : A ."(-acre farm; "1 miles northwest of Clynmuth, ' acres wood land, balance well improved with good 1 , story, 7 room house, cellar, cistern, well, good apple and peach orchard, good bank barn and other out buildings; pnee per acre, s- !ä. A ."o-ucre farm. ! miles...

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. — 29 March 1895

tEfye3nbepenöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PLYMOUTH. INS ANA. CLEVELAND IN DOUBT MAY NOT APPOINT MONETARY CONFRERES. Report that the Chinese Envoy Can not Hecovcr-Ntbrubka Town Excited Heavy Fire Losses in Chicago and Milwaukee. It has become n matter of considerable discussion in ofiicial quarters whether, under the recent Wolcott resolution pro viding for the appointment of delegates to a monetary conference, the President will name any one for these offices, and it is said in very well-informed quarters that such a doubt fills the President's mind as to the extent of his authority in the matter, and it will form one of the most interesting topics to engage the at tention of the cabinet. Representative! ,'ul l ersonis the only one of the six delegates already chosen who yet remains in Wash ington, and he agrees freely with the views credited to Mr Cleveland. Li Hune Chans Muet Die. A special from Washington says: "In a private cablcgrom from Tokio received by a member of the Jap...

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. — 29 March 1895

THE LATE CONGRESS. MOST STUPENDOUS FAILURE ON RECORD. Never Was a More Opportune Time for National Legislator- to Show Devotion to Country Graver Is I'.n gland'a Ilight IJ-jwcr. Defied the I'eople. Coming into existence when the coun try was in t!u throes of a panic, the recently expired Ie:nocratic Congress cannot recover its laches by the claim that an urgent condition did not con front it. There never was a mote opportune- time for a Congress imbued with patriotic devotion to country to seize the standard of the people and plant it on the outer walls than greeted the last Congress on its assembling in the national halls or." legislation. It is needless to state here that the lately deceased and unwept Democratic what-is-itV utterly failed to place itself oa a level with the importance of the era that saw it in possession of the law making machinery. It came and saw. and was conquered by the money power and the enemies of the progress and thrift of the masses of the American peopl...

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. — 29 March 1895

F. Fertig N. IJlubaugh F. Fertig ....---;n; (Cl?e3nbepenbcnt EntiTiM at t!i Plymouth Po-t Ollire as svnl-"-i:i- mattiT. A.i:.Zl.MM!:i;M AN.I'i'i roi: am Pi:i iiji:ti: vi üm Kii'vios i:. I Ow War i-" I i. MoiitiiN Circuit Court Proceedings. State of Indiana vs John Foley for larceny. The ease was dismissed and the defendant discharged. Addison Johnson was discharged on the two charges brought against him by the state, towit: Uiving liquor to minor and selling liquor .n Sunday. business man rapidly moves along the highway of business prosperity and pulls the plums of financial success, that come within his reach., he lets Iiis pitvin eve fall on the fossil i.ed remains of his prehistoric bret hrcn and murmurs: -Let the dead bury their dead." The pohey a lviv-a'ed and practiced H. B. REEVES, Justice of the Peace, ovi:u M'ssr.Ai'M & m.yykk. PLYMOUTH, IND. ('! tioü iiioMjit'iV r.inl arcli!'I :itt ii-li'il to. Iii.-ih uii-t- A.: lit. The jury after beingoui all aflenmon !)V (K. ,m.n,!...

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. — 29 March 1895

f?e3nbepenbent lei ii sun w Busne is a tiling of the past. f, nu may now purchase Boots, Shoes and Clothing in accord ance with the pres ent prices of their produce. Call and see. Ryan & Joseph, Five Doors North of Postofiice, PLYMOUTH. VANDALIA LINE. SOUTH JiOUND TRAINS. No. ri ß:00 a. m. " r'.t 10: a. in. Local freight. " 53 p. m. " Cl 5:"0 a. in. Through freight. NOISTH liOVND TRAIN'S. No. 52 12:CG p. in. GO 11;10 i. m. Local freight. 5410:08 p. in. F. 11. HALE. Aper.t. Plymouth. Ind. LAKE ERIK AM) WESTEltX. NOKTII HOOD TRAINS. 12:03 p. ni. Daily except Sunday. C:'J7 p. ill. S01TII HOUND TRAINS. 9:43 a. m. Daily except Sunday. 12:03 p. in. Foeail. daily except Sunday. 5 40 1. in. Daily except Sunday. C. K. HUUUF.S. A rent. Plymouth. Iml CHURCHES. ST. MIC II ALL'S CATHOLIC CIIUKCIL Kev. L. A. Moench. Pastor. Early Mass, 7:30 a. in ; llfch Mass, 10 a. m.; Catechecal In struction. 2-.:jo p. m.; Vespers, 3 p. m. Mass. every morninn. 7:4.". C. 15. L. meets first and third Thursday...

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. — 29 March 1895

THE SKATERS. rht moon her evening fire has kindled bright. And scores of skaters glide upon the face Of water masked, and silvery pathways trace UJong the floor of health and puro delight. ttThe eougs of lads and lasses glad the night, .Whose aching temple echoes in far space Each shout of victory, in merry race, 'And pleasure gives young hearts fresh wings ol tlight. The Meel shoes ring on the enameled Inke; Their music leads my thoughts to long ago, iWhen warm and rosy tints of joy would break Upon and cheer the heart 'nenth sor row's siy.w; iTct now there follows in hope's welcome wake The swift swing of memory's afterglow. Boston Journal. MI It A N DA ran iufb the meadow, laughing. The grassy slope shelved down into the valley, where tho wood lay black and tili. "Daffodils nodded and cowslips bowed u ßhe passed upon her way. A lark got up nnd rose singiug to heaven. Ehe sped out of the meadow and into Aha sunlight, and the sound of her young laughter floated down the val ley; ec...

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