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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 26 February 1896

Semi -Wee A- fl " II 1 If Vol.. I!. I'LY.MorTll, MARSHALL ( OTNTY, INDIANA, WKDNKSDAY, FKBKUAKY L'f,, 181X5 Xo. .51. Pants! Pants! Pants! .1 H AM COKMHKOY A ood pair of steel ray pants made to order for. . frvo grades corduroy pants, Suits and Overcoats at prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILO R Prep iL Getting ready line of Nit parallel will lie found in this city. It will tin- BEST, BIGGEST, and HANDSOMEST lint- yon ever saw. The rvir-iiH'ivasinr growth in tins lino has spurred us on to do that which wc have done, and fur thermore, years of practical experience have taught us that to he successful in the carpet business you must handle it hy the roll, and plenty of them. Well, we have got them, and yon will not gainsay it when you once have seen the line. You will find here the cheapest, the medium and the very best. In addition to this, will line of MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, AND RUGS. Perhaps you will say, and good, dome in and let you prices. Let us take the measure of your room 01 rooms ...

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. — 26 February 1896

Che 3nbcpcnöcnt .i.M.Mi;ic.M a .- m er 1 1, Publisher and Prop -ietors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. DIED IX THE FLAMES. AWFUL HORROR IN A BALTIMORE RESIDENCE. Inm.itrsSiinV.rateil liefere Tlio.v Could 1 M'iiiu' Death of Mrs. Marshall ield- " r.ill" Nye Calle-l to Iii I.on; Home I'ooth Hectares I iidependciice H ilt i.norc I ire Horror. A- :!w :i tire which star.ed in She '-ii.i!- of i j" ;' m 1 1- :y marble front 1 1-', deuce .!' .Ian K. Alliiir-a-r, ;i! Palti- lu.,;-.. ;! S-.IT ..'!! k Sunday m iruin::. seven hts are b-ad. Kin talahy ;ilnl J', ,):: .chers are L : i t i :i j i: r 1 and : fine d v i T!:;tu i- . i j ; ' ! wreck -I. Tit" int a--: .! -iila.; : i-m nt -; n ice s abort 1 1 - l;s-.is.-- ;i . '. i. l-h ' hfe broke "lit ;.; h-mr .'. !i. :: ma a;, p. r.--tis w-'" on tri str.-os. 1 Im: ''y liw iiilnno - elaps- i h- .'.t -.1 tncir way in: :hc h o;--c tie- -.-.-i : m. aliened wore Ton-- :..;:. i:, i. M.l ill iltrrll . :i . -t ; o ii Iii ha v 1;." ,i !, N !;'! I eic,hie:i ;t i - ':!, i :')...

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. — 26 February 1896

....... . K I A PASSING, You pr.svod with that first sudden (lush Of springtide, and the trnal hush Fell on your lij:s. ami on your eyes The mystery of mysteries. AW saw the -tarry primrose bn-ak To gohh-n purpose for your sake; TLo hiavy hyacinth b"came A herald to proclaim your name. Fneath the shadow of tho firs lioils chinitd for fairy ivv-l!rs. Ami whre t!:o white narcissus ivxr It s atton-d all its swn ts for you. Wc saw. alas! hut you. as one For whom all seasons hail outran. Saw tot. mr heard the thrushes sing In tranquil shades at evening. Your hands are folded on your breast lake lilies joined in endless rest: Your feet have climbed the hidden road That Im.uimis the quiet land of Hod. Utnlget. MlbfTOmlNGfON. It ii.nl min'! steadily all day. and i,ov, at the appioach of evening, though the lown-pour was lessening. iho clouds wore still Mack, ami there -seemed not the least promise of clearing weather. "This is intolerable. and Fhanor threw up the window with a force which m...

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. — 26 February 1896

Cf?e3nbepenbent ZIM MERM.W S S MITH. Propr's. A.D. 5MITH. General Manager. Qttke, Corner (larro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, A4. SLUM KICTION IMMCK One Year. Six .Month. One Year, cash. Six Months. -a-h. Three Month". rali. IVr (Up), $I.."iO .75 1. .t!0 .: .03 Entered at the Hi"t olllce at l'l mouth. Indiana. as matter of the second elass. MEDALS RECEIVED. ( oiopanv I. of the :!it I.N. i. Kerned Tleir .letli!- ltnl.v l'rn 1 r. I to by. Members of Company 1. of this city received the much talked about medals Monday. The Medals represents three bars, with a medal attached. On the first bar is a wreath encircling a stack of arms. The second bar bears the inscription: "Pints 1WL" While the third bar the simple word "Poby." The center of the medal represents the state seal, with the words "Faithful and Met ltorious Service." "Indiana Legion" around the outer rim. Ppon the back is the likeness of (Jovernor Matthews and the words "Claude Matthews Gov enor." It is a very neat piece of w...

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. — 26 February 1896

OUR SPECIALTY! LO 4 01 Tlif ;ii- ir w ialt N'hciI l.:nlit ' r.il in mIc mi tlu l:ilM t ! hM. J'he :i I iK'iilar I f:t tu i in ir ! th' l":-f lli.il im .1:uiH'Ih-n vni M-iii-;r.ilr tliiin-li liir miIcn u mir i'immK iiiadf f i mii ufiiiiiin' bi ! l.ik'ili r iixilmrz t-1-.f. i :ii l.a.lif' i ;.l-:ti lim an it.it 1'f lur.it. I'rettv. Stli-h. SumtIi litl.-r au-i Uf.tr. r-. liilit ii iml.it' on Mcn l int' Mio.; iii ' ii th- i n k I'iKi. tir- ii tin il . There's Always Room at the Top because "Few" Get There, a fai t we never lost sight of It keeps spurring us on to roach tho highest point oi' perfection in our lint of 1 1ATS. They are math of the linest Furs. Hands, IStiiiliriis and Leathers: are of except tonal high grade ami second to none. OHHY S!RI.(i SLITS arriving daily, anl see iis. Fe.-pect fully. No trouble to diow gooils. Call Ryan 5c Joseph, Proprietors of Tin Model, Plymouth, Imli;in;i. how mm h of a kick was registered by the victii is. He received u 8'J.j.m line for his tM'h...

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. — 26 February 1896

. I will f yi II MM - ""iTimw TTT-m um ifcjrii m n itht tm in nn m um i iihbhihi i i hmhi.ii. . n ' - " . . . OOOCOOOOOOCOOCOOOOOCCOOCCCHDCOOCOOCOCCCOCCOOOOCOJ A ROMANCE Idooocoocooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooc It is tje belief of in t people that when 2)r. .Ian.es. n crossed tin Tr:ins:i;il fr. n licr at th' head of a band "f eight h.in dred freeb oters. it was with the tacit ap proval of lh" British South African Com pany: that if the British South African Company found tiiat Jameson ami his e.--ilit ion were successful, they would hark Lim up with their wealth and their ma chine guns; that if the British tiovcrn nniit found the South African Company was successful, they would hack up t lit oiupHiiy with the for of the British Empire, and that another country would It- gobbled up l.y Creat Britain. All of these hopes have ieen battled by the de ftvat of the .lainesoti expedition by the Boers. This recalls another expedition projected on similar lines in .urown eoun iry aU'...

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. — 26 February 1896

April. M.iy ire most emphatically the iiior.ths f?r i!;itii; a jood blood purifier, lireanse lh My: i-:n in now most in need .f such a irdie-rie. aii'i lnvauw it more p; kly n's'ci l-i to niedui:iai qualities. In winter impuritiv-. du r.r.-t pass mt of th1! ixly lieely, i'.. accumulate, in the Lloud. T!'.v liest r.- -"i;-in.- ! purify, enrich and i:3.i;.'.'i Hi? ;.')!. and thin e s! length l.uii.J i ; i .s:"i:s. is Hood's Sarsa 'i'.rüij. Tis -: . 'ii h take it as their .Spring id;;'iiu, in. J :nre are t :i 1 : i n it to-day : ever -.:.: . if o;i a:v tir-i, "out of 1 w d .: : ' ' i ve h v Liste v. I he li'orr:- I-.-!;;:: ; i : ' A. so: r Mi!n:i'!i and ' :'-l i ; ::..!( 'tir-" i" ! 'oo.I's .! s,l :.l:":l'.; "v:'; v.";:- v.i;!" !idy ia miod : .i'i i on -!r n. aad vi vor sits, it :- th - i ! r 4 Med. cine and lru; F3 SarsapariHa !'i:r::'-r. AI! rSts n . i i i...v.-!i. m.iss. r r.. r -; H nnd'c - l''r".v v, '.'.. r-ir-S r a !. iniiv i i -,:i r--. I. is rui T wiwiiwim n i i i B-m i i ri- ...

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. — 26 February 1896

IlU'l ' III (Mir UI'WK (H UIM 4'lllir "I I i,i.. i'aia- i 1 I lllk tJUlllk viu itu NN a ra w Kami. I. a k.'.. IM. rceloii .... ?.HI'NVill . olniiit.la 'y Aii'.ila TEACHERS MEET. Fourth Annua on ii 1 y Teacher' ssui.t in. The Marshall county teachers in session I ridav opera house, at lu o'clock. Xotwith- WIv ARE Still Keeping Store at the Same Old Stand, utc Hint we ;iiv Keeping the sunn u'oods. Oh. no; they conference in convention assembled, in the room of the W. ('. T. I'., this 27th . . . ... , Hion of i;irii:iii i iiav oi .Jan. IV.;. iiave atiixeu our names i to the following:: . ! i t i. . . i : : . I . . . . . t' 1 vi i ..!. morning at t lie graph L' I, article I. we have some very ' , . . ! nlain facts tor our preachers and people mu umilimiih I'M uue mm-: i standing the cohl weather ami the un-j among which are: "It can never ne comfortable condition of the room, the le-alizeti without sin." and "we hold morning session was fairly attended. uai no , emuer ol u.e ... v , ......

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. — 29 February 1896

t . . j 1 1 -----r-, j - - - - - - -' - - J r9 A oeod emu PLYMOUTH, MAHSllALL (MH'NTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, FKBKITARY 2!), 18'JC, Vol. II. N'o. :s Week ode y Pants! Pants! Pants! 1 1 1 AM CORDUROY A -o(l puir of steel jrniy pants made to order for. . TO ORDER. jeans working $3.00. Two grades eordnroy pants, pair to older,. . $4.00 Suits and Overcoats at prices. living KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR t Safe TO SAY THAT OUR LINE OF CARPETS, MATTINGS AND SHADES EXCEL ANYTHING EVER BEFORE HAD. line that will he ac to anything hefore Keeognizing the importanee of this depart ment for the coming spring we have put forth every effort to place in our store such a knowledged to he far superior shown. The line will consist of Velvets, Uody and Tapestry IJrussells, Tro-Iirnssels, Ingrains, Hag, Hemp, Cottage and Stair Carpets. Our Extra Super,all wool, and Extra Super C. C. will bear the most critical examination, hoth as to qual ity and design. The many beautiful, delicate, rieh and tasty patterns wil...

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. — 29 February 1896

J THE INDEPENDENT. rLYJCOCIH, INDIAN. ALL EYES ON EGYPT. IS GREAT BRITAIN READY TO EVACUATE? Fnltaii l'romiwc to Maintain Neu trality of the Suez Canal-Mob at "Wichita, Texas, Avenues Murder of I'efcliierDorsejr Died from Overwork Discuss British Evacuation. The Paris Figaro dwells upon the re purrs in circulation concerning the will ingness of Cleat Britain to evacuate Kgypt. and distinctly asserts that in spite f the statements to the contrary from liondon, tiic Furopean Covcnitnents are l;.sciisjng the Kgyptian question from its arious aspects, whether (Jreat Britain J.as engaged t evacuate the occupied ter ritory, us to the moment being favorable for the evacuation now that the British authorities admit that Kgypt is tranquil und prosperous, and in view of the fact tlutt Turkey lias promised to insure the iienirality of the Suez Canal in a manner similar to that adopted in the care of the Straits of the Dardanelles. TEXAS ROBBERS HANGED. Foster Crawford and Younger Lewis Sus pen...

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. — 29 February 1896

IN Til I'M PET SOUNDS. REV. DR. TALMAS S PREACHES A SERMON FULL OF HOPE II tp fur the Hope! -.ms Thron;;! the me of Christ Th Need of Sym pal ii y I'tjUillKieni of a Great Proin-i-e A Mighty Guthriiij;. Capital City Sermon. T..a st:i;m:i sounds th.- :: of triumph, a to that all will g: el t hear in t! "-' times, when ::i:'..." are utterins ,.vri.;:r' Jeremiads :' discouragement. I-. Tahnag- his text Jen -sis. xiix.. Ii, "i !: him sh ill the gathering Ot ! !.r ieiipie he." Tl.'ough :i j mts: 1 f r ! lens, or what 1 in lit rail a proplr . dying Jacob, 1 1. !- down through corridors 11 f the :;: . ries ii:,til he s-m '.ir :t the eeuter of !t ; pillar attraction t i l the gre-ttest b.-- i:-.: .:i all the wore!. everywhere :ie- k:: . . 1 1; It w ; a iwa vs si. The v.- : I tried hard to v I.irn out. In the ; ena'mg for antiqu: : east of Home, i w n - I.mud c..n:ai:ii;:g him down and to ir riH. while cx- :i fv.'-i hre miles ;;!' plate :i t 'e death warrant reading in this o; ; 1 , '"I-; th...

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. — 29 February 1896

S3 7$i:?33&S$ (Cf?e3nbcpcnbcnt ZIMMERM.iS t SMITH, Propr's. A. D. SMITH, General Manager. Office, Corner (iarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. i,ijm'i:ii,ti()n im:k k. One Year. Si Months. One Year. k-'&A, Six Months, rali. Three Months, cah. IVrCopy, 1..V .75 t .10 .mi .03 Kutt-red at the iot oftlce at riyinoutli. lu.liana. as matter of the sivoihI t-las. AP.I SK VS. AIC(;i MKNT. A man who can see through the nar row, contracted peepholes utilized by the present editor of the otlicial organ of the republican party in Marshall county, along political lines, and see things as this man Brooke does, is all right, in his own estimation and of a few who worship at the same shrine. We do nt intend to enter into a lengthy debate through the columns of Tin: Inpki'endknt in attempting to refute the personal attacks made by this Christian gentleman, but will give a few pointers regarding the article that appeared in his sheet yesterday. When a man, be he democrat or repub lican,...

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. — 29 February 1896

Cf?c3nfccpcnfrcnt! Satitday, Ki:i:i:r ai:y -.. iVJ. THE JOB AVAS KKJKCTKI). Miss Jennie Yes, inaiuina Nvill pay $15 per month, and all you have to do is to mind a tine, bis? healthy baby. Marv Ann Sure, mum, 1 ;ot $18 in the last place, and the bain w;i.s very j little and light, too. N. Y. Ledger. LOCAL .MIEYITIKS. I'rom Wednesday's Daily. Wm, F.verly transacted business at Knox today. Adam Wise was in Kuchester today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Sit: Mayer were at Mar mount today. Scottsburg. Indiana, is having a little j war over street paving. Postmaster .lilson has broken his fust ami gone tishinir today. Mrs. Henry ('. Tuber is visiting friends in Logansport today. Allman A: Sn are doing the laborious work of invoicing this week. K. .1. Dinnick and (!m Kippey, of C'hicag(, was in our city yesterday. Mrs. .lames Zinn, nee llrown, of Chi cago, is visiting friends in our city. .1. VY. Maxey has located his otlice w ith Dr. Jackson on La Porto streets. John (Jiller, of At wood, was t...

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. — 29 February 1896

READING A PAPER FROM HOME. Tie wr; getting home from business --he, r. t.ie.ehuiit well to -The r. ':- "i- ..f the electric cir W'To throw of blue. And ;ir I him wen' acquaintances who, v :. .. ;!.' stood or sat. 7$y lor., v. ,.rJ or gesture, were inviting - ..hat. It ut j : ;.-. i .r ii;r a!l .)!" th-:n. ox -p: Jo : ow ami snide "Whor. haled by some me at t!: door or ;;:t across Iii :i i-o He r i i with boyish ivr."""!'"". while speeding (mt the si ret. The neatly printed page-, of a little coitn- T hoot. Ho rend -f Tom .bo -s' enterprise in add- to his ham. An.i i..ir;.-.l that "Solon Huddli-so'i has a bran! new yarn." That "Aunty Simpkins ;:nv a tea," that : ; a r pretty g od" Ami ' ...t ",M Hiilcy rain" f town anl erought a load of wood." Well. jiN those things an trill-, perhaps. you and in"; "For hin. thoy ;:ro reminders of the times th:;l v,od to ho; And i"7Mi! his busy city life !i glance- I :.. k with joy To --- t Ti town t!i:t circumscribed his d'-'.t'.gs as a hoy. Each -l...

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. — 29 February 1896

April. May are most emphatically t lie months for taking a 1:0ml blood purifier, treatise Ü12 system is now most in need of such a medicine, and hecanse it more quickly responds to medic-iaal qualities. In winbT iinp.iritics do not pass out of he body lively, t;ut accumulate in the blood. The best medicine to purify, enrich and vitalize the Hood. a:d thus ive strength and build up the sv stem, is JIod".s Sars:t parilla. Thot;: n is take it as their .spring Medicine, and t:ioe are tikim; it to-day than ever before. If you are tired, "out of ports." n no;;, haw bad taste in the wort: Inir. aching or di.y head, sour stomach feet all run down, a co;:re of IIom1s .u . parilla will put jour who.e body in !-wI order and make ou stri n : and viuor ns.. It i the ideal prin; Medicine and true nerve Ionic, becau-e Sarsapariila I flic One True Mood Purifier. All uru;;ist. 1. Prepare.! only ly ('. . H'.1 & Co.. Lowell. .Ma-. HnnH'c Pi He ar" ,:ir"'J O'CctaMr. car; -I IUUU S rIIIS fully ,rrpj...

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. — 29 February 1896

I.A l'AZ. rebrnury 27. Trank Yockum did the "right thing" lythe boys Thursday ngiht. It was in the shape of an eight galllon keg. The couple have the best wishes of the community. The Stave factory is again running. Andy Hansen the new grocer was at Teegarden Friday on business. Misses Annis, Lineback, Miller, (lonter and Mr. llostetler were at Ply mouth attending the institute Friday. The schools here were closed on Fri day to allow the teachers to attend the institute at Plymouth. A Mr. Decker who formerly ran a livery at this place has bought out the lower saloon. Wm. Forsythe while working at the creamery met with an accident result ing in a slight destigunng of his face. Mr. Davis one of the creamery llrm was in Lapaz over Thursday. The Lapaz Library Club with a few invited friends bobbei it to the V. I. church Tuesday night. Leonard Logan has returned from his (leorgia trip. The son of .lake JIawblitzel, who was seriously sick last week has much im proved. Mrs. Iirugh, Mrs. Se...

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. — 4 March 1896

Sem -Weekly A lLo 01.. II. I'LYMOITII, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WKDXES1UY, MARCH 4, 1890 No. 33. li 11 11 ins yjii iityusu THE COI XTY SOLON'S THEY MKT MONDAY AND PRO CEEDED TO BUSINESS. Tlir Krulli-;u CliMirmrli of the lliir trritlli i-trit Mrri itml kK.tniliie Tlir Fence. The county commissioners nm- ineneel their work Monday and ; the following is the amount of business; transaeted: The applications for thesaleof intox-, icating liquors was the first line of bust-: hess taken up, with the following granted: Conra I llepler. Rremen: Win.; Vandewele, F.urr Oak;. lohn F. Taylor, i Marmnnt;.lohn . Wollord, Plymouth; j wlli(.h hdVe c.auswl rreat (K..U (Iisturb. Charles A. (Uingle, P.ourbon: Ieo. I..janct.sin the bowels of the earth. Kanouse, Argos. j ;ut now ,,e n,mes t the front with The report regarding the poor f ' a new st vie more on the blo.uner order. Union township was heard and accept ed; also that of Center townsnip. In the matter of publishing a "man nual," which was petit...

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. — 4 March 1896

(n?e3nbepcnbcnt M i:it.MA V SMITH, Publisher" and Prop -ie'.ors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. BALCONY OIVJ-S WAY. FORTY FALL RIVER, MASS., PEO PLE ARE INJURED. Accident Happen in a Crowded Kink -Spaniards lixcecdhmly Wroth Over lfesolntion Tanked by Conuret Tradc in the Fast Ih Stationary. Hurt by Falling Gallery. At ! asr forty .- i I-. youn;: men and boys, were injert d ;it tin- Cahio Koller Skating Kink at Fall River, Mass., Friday eveniiij.'. three probably fatally. The I'all River and New I ted ford Polo flubs were playing a sharply contested game, and more than IT.ixhi p-..p!e looked on from the balconies. Without the least want ing, the guard rail in the east gallery Kave way and Kl pt op'o were thrown to the skating surface, twenty feet below. 1'enches became cotu-hes for the wounded ml the big rink soon took on the appear ance of a hospital, to whirh a large corps f physicians Lad been summoned. The accident was due to he mass of onlookers jTessini; as rliisc :s possible to the rail t...

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. — 4 March 1896

. "i : I mnmsmm 71 II 300COOOOOCOCOOOCC500COCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOO BARRETT : SAVED !qCOO0O0Q0O000C000C0000000CX00C00O00O00O000000C000C II" I HAD slept a second longer, ti.- 'earner, with its Lion pas set s ainl crew, would have r tl: T. !. the looks. Those who es caped 'n-v.ning wmilil have boon scat tered v.'i the northern part of Ohio. There w.s a frightful pressure of Mi-au.. :.vm the explosion wonlit have .i.i:..- within thirty seconds after th" jn:i' i:'i :y toppcd. 1 guess it was I'lMvii!' i,:" awoke im in time to save 1 1;..-' iie," said Professor Itarrett, and tl.Hi ;mvc in detail im unwritten log i,f : siucwhcel passenger steamer, tin- ri'v . f liuffnlo. (...,.'.. .; John P. Itarrett. chief Hco lri. i:i;i Chicago. U llaS I. ti ; M' o life. From the nature of his v;:: ii '.s imtui Kit ions he has on eo.n.i : '. n.r.ny perils. He has dodg ed !i ! :,;l-gers of the deep, and those of tL- -. 'M:tist"s laboratory as well. Hit. ."!. .-all was his Urs. Ii was iii.n- -1 ; i;...

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. — 4 March 1896

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