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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 9 November 1894

(Ef?e3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA CO. KAST HOl'SD TRAINS. 2:08 a. m. Daily. 5:12 a. m. Daily. G;5p. in. Daily. 10:31 a. m. 1 aily cxr ept Sunday. 8:40 p. in. Daily except Sunday. 7:35 a. m. IakhI freight, daily except Sunday. WEST liOU.M) TRAINS. 5:12 a. m. Daily. 9:f5 a. m. I aily except Sunday. 1 :55 p. m. 1 aily except Sunday. 6:05 p. in. Daily. 7:l."p. in. Daily. 1 iislp. m. Ixx'al freight, daily except Sunday. J. E. 1 1 AN KS, Agent. Plymouth, Ind. VAN DA EI A EINE. SOUTH JlOO'D TRAIN'S. No. 51 6:00 a. m. " 50 10:W a. m. Local freight. " 5-12:50a. m. 61 5:00 a. m. Through freight. ORTH BOUND TRAINS. No. 5212:26 p. m. " 60 lljiop. m. Local freight. " 54 10:08 p.m. F. Ii. HALE. Agent. I'lymouth, Ind. LAKE EIIIE AND WESTERN. NORTH I'.OUND TRAINS. 12:03 p. m. Daily except Sunday. 6:27 p. m. SOUTH BOUND TRAINS. 9:43 a. m. Daily except Sunday. 12:03 p. m. liocal, daily except Sunday. 5:40 p. in. Daily except Sunday. C. 11. lll'lillfis. Agent, I'lymouth, Ind. CHURCHES. ...

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. — 9 November 1894

IP1LICMS rat. Looks Like a Sweep in All Directions. (regular landslide Democrats Don't Even Claim a Close Fight. Hill In New York, i'eck In Wisconsin, Mc Veagh In Illinois. "Waite In Colorado, Wilson in West Virginia. Simpson in Kansas, and a Score of Other Notable Co Down Con?reH Surely Republican la Both Branches Near! All State Legislature of the Si tue Stripe. Tuesday's elections saw another of thoso tidal waves whLdi irw seem noarly peri die, and the lit publicans lar.de i every' hing nearly h'gh and dry. A successful Democratic candi date is ax h a rarity that his pretence in the ranks of the victors oxcitos fjenuino surpri.-e. both to the public and to himself. The state malorities that piled up fill everybody with ama emcnt. They beat all previous landslide rocods. Returns from many states are choppy aud far f.om complete, but the d ift is unmis takable, arid imagination can supply the particulars tl: at hi e la king, the extent of tho landslide may be meas ured by tho fol'o...

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. — 9 November 1894

t ' - u . . - ? A Low Water Level In rivers, ponds, wells, and other sources of drinking water, threatens danger from malarial germ. This condition is usually found In the Fall, and it points to Hood's Barsaparllla as a safeguard against attacks of disease. Flood's Sarsapirilla makes pure blood, and thus guards the system from all these perils It creates an ap petite and glTcs sound and robust health. Mood's 11 Jia. parilla I hare been u!ng Hood's Sarsaparllla occasionally for the Pures last three years. I r43S hare suffered from malaria fever for fiv years, and have tried many kinds of med! cine, but found no relief till I commenced to take Hood's Sarsaparilla. I have all confidence in it, and believe it to be far superior to any other tonic," P. J. Fitz gerald, 121 Ninth St., South Beaton. Mass. Hood's Pills cure ail livor ill!. 2c. Furniture Polish. Incombustible paint for woolwork may bo made by mixing1 the desired co!or in powder in water, saturated with potash, t which a littl...

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. — 9 November 1894

Unearthed a Skeleton. Election day was filled with many in cidents that would merit publication. But while we failed to "catch on' to the many funny and unique positions taken in regard to the result of the election, we did learn of a sensational story that comes to us from pood authority. At lletts school house, a goodly num ber of the boys had gathered, and late in the afternoon, by an invitation ex tended by Mr. Dan ('outs, repaired to his residence to assist in the extermina tion of a poor cow, that had lived out its days of usefulness, and being sick unto death, its owner decided to end its misery. After the death sentence had been properly executed, they prepared to bury her in good style, and for this purpose choose a convenient spot about sixty rods from the house. Arriving at the appointed spot, Bill Butts was appointed sexton and he pre pared to delve. After digging some three feet the spade struck a substance foreign to the soil, and upon examina tion discovered that a sk...

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. — 16 November 1894

HÄP1P1S1P Hit Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IG, 1894. No. The air bites shrewdly, It is a nipping and You had bettor jet an Let us sell you one. Our prices and work manship are satisfactory. Come and See Us. In MEN'S CLOTHING, CUSTOM AND READY MADE, our prices will SUIT YOUR POCKET. We Are the Furnishers. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES and MITTENS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SHIRTS, NIGHT SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS and NECKWEAR Sold at the Lowest Prices. Men's Fashionable In fact, all kinds of Overcoats. The range of prices, 2 to 20. An opportunity : 2000 pairs of Men's Trousers to be sold at a sa crifice. 250 pairs, worth 2.50, at 1.69. De sirable patterns and good materials. 250 pairs, worth 5 at 4. Ye have also a com plete line of Shoes and Felt, Leather and Rubber Shoes. Don't fail to call at n A!lmami95 BIG Easy Payment Plan If you want am V $ CALL Org He does not care if yon don't have the ready cash, but will make payments to suit yon. He also handles WHEELER & WIL...

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. — 16 November 1894

(CIjc3nbepcnbcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMislier. PLYMO JTH. IN D AM A. EIOTEKS IX CONTROL. NICE STATE OF AFFAIRS IN AN IDAHO TOWN. Semi In Your Bids for lion Is-Sngar TruU I'roker Must Stand Trial Cook's Men Loot a "Katy" Trnln-Owen Cert.ilnly i:!ectel. Italian laborers on the Idaho State wagon road are in a state of anar.'hy. Contractor Costello narrowly e capod with hi-; lifo and fed to Spolcan?. Tin trouble aroo fivra non-payment of wag s due. Several hundred Italians are row in 1 ossetsion of the real. Tie s hue been feile 1 and thrown aero s the r. ad, bridges blown up and traftic made impossible. The Ma e will take mcasuies to have the ditlicuity eettled at ence. Ask.t I'.uH lir J to I. Sfcretahy Cakmslk late Tuesday afternoon issued hi-? caT for bd; f r '.w.t,' tiij ." p r ent. tjn-yea bond. intero t to be paid in c in. which i in terpreted to mean gold. The on'y ma terial changes male in the present cal f om that i sued .hin. Ii last are the. omissb n of the upset r mi: imum pri...

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. — 16 November 1894

LABOR AGAIN LEFT. NOT BENEFITED BY THE PUELICAN VICTORY. RE- 1)U Partie Have No Further 1 for the Toiler Fntil Next I'!et tion Perh ps by That Time Wajje ICarner Will Have I.earnel to TSiink. Monopoly Still Haler.. Tin election is over. Now what 1 fli cht s do you expect to get? What will ompel your employer to pay you in:re wntxrs ami less on dividends? What will compel tlK railroads to pay ni"ro wages, reduce tho rates, ami iay tin British loss interest and dividends? What will compel the sugar trust to sell you s;:;-:ir for los juice ami pay less on watered stork ami bribery of Congress? Tin old party sneakers and press have intlueneed you tongain give your votes to indorse them, and they will have no further use for you un til next election. Nothing they have promised you would do y.-u any good, oven if they tarried it out. The issue with them was to get otliee. and to yu they talked tariff, whieh not one in a hundred of you know any thing about. They have g:U you for two more y...

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. — 16 November 1894

(ÜI?c3nbepenbent Kntenil at tlu Plymouth It Otlie- a; smix! Vlas. matter. A.n.Zl.MMKKMAN.KlHToi; am I'i:oii:iktok. J. P.. ASTI.KV. - - 1U si.ks Ma na;kk. sriiM imption ri:u i: One Y-ar :ix Month Thk ii'oi!es iarty in the last election cast about 2,uno,iKjo votes. Illinois presented in the immediate neighborhood of M H J people's party votes. Thk funeral of (iustav Clliander,the man who was murdered in Chicago, while defending the ballot box, was held Sunday. Thk anarchists and socialists held separate meetings in Chicago, Sunday, in commemoration of the execution of anarchists seven years ago. Tin: telephone service between Chica go ami New York proved a success in the transmission of election news, lie turns were received ahead of telegraph. Pklsiihint Cli: i;lam now thinks that the financial question is too deep for the people to settle, and congress and Wall street capitalists will be called upon to remedy the existing trouble. Tin: county commissioners of Cook county have been o...

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. — 16 November 1894

(Efye 3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PEXXSYLVAMA CO. KAST liOl'Xl THAINS. 2:.sa. in. aily. 5:1-' a. in. Daily. ;;U". p. in. Iaily. H:;j: a. in. aily except Sunday. 8: 1. in. Daiiv except Sunday. 7:35 a. in. Eoeal freight, daily except Sunday. AVKST I'.OO'O TI5AIXS. r.:l-a. in. Dailv. 0:."ia. in. I ailv except Sunday. 1 :."p. in. 1 aiiy except Sunday. 6:H't. in. Daily. 7:l.p. in. Daily. 1 p. m. Ixn-al freight, daily except Sunday. .I.E. HANKS. Agent. I'lyinouth, Ind. VANDALIA LINK. SOUTH IIOI XD TRAINS. No. M f:ora. m. " 5-l0:( a. m. Local freight. " M l-:.Vi a. 111. " ci 5:00 a. in. Through freight. NORTH HOUND TRAINS. No. .1212:20 p. m. eh-1 1 ; lo p. m. Local freight. " M 10:08 p. in. F. K. II ALK. Agent. riymouth, Ind. LAKE EIIIE AND "WESTERN. XOKTH I-.OIXP TKAIXS. 12:03 p. m. Daily except Sunday. C:27 p. in. SOCTH IlOlM TKAINS. 0:-B a. m. Daily except Sunday. 12:03 p. in. Local, daily except Sunday. 5:4o p. m. Daily except Sunday. . l. Hl'ti MLS. Agent. I'lyinouth, CHURCHES. ST....

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. — 16 November 1894

f . J HEATHER SONQ. All the heather belli A. ring ng on tbe moor AH the ri wit i st?Aberries Cluster up to tbe door, Clcater routd the door, C Tbougu tba world is wide. To welcome h me my bride i air and ptor I Trailing roee end bin Make th pat b way sweet, ' Kod.iing through the summer time hummer frie-.,di to greet ; Bat my Hentne' blooms apart. In herself complete. Heather has a necklace fair Beaded inanw; Heather I. as a honeyed heart, Aa the wi d beet kuow : He wVo Btooj s to gather Heathrr huiilts to stcop so low. Allthelevher be la Are ringing on tbe mo"r. And tbe r pu wild strawberries Creep up to the cLk r, Thoi gu cur cot be poor. And tbe wrld is wide, 'We are side by 6i"da Eer more? -Pall Mall liuJgot. A COMPLICATED CASE. She was a little dressmaker who everybody respected. ihc had ambi tions and ideas, after which sue was perpetually striving in the tread-mill methods of a struggle for daily exis tence. .She had possibly some dreams of love, but there was always a dis ma...

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. — 16 November 1894

Hypochondrical, despondent, nerv ous, " tired out " men -those who kStifler from ercry. im paired mem ory, dizzi ness, melan choly and discotirage- nient, there- hausling dis eases, or drains upon the system, excesses, or abuses, bad habits, or early vices, are treated through cor- respondence at their homes, with uniform success, by the Specialists of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y. A book of 136 large pages, devoted to the consideration of the maladies above hinted at, may be had, mailed se curely sealed from observation, in a flain envelope by sending 10 cents m one-cent stamps (for postage on Book), to the World's Dispensary Medical Association, at the above mentioned Hotel. For more than a quarter of a centtir, physicians connected with this widel' cele brated Institution, have made the treatment of the delicate diseases above referred to, their sole study and practice. Thousands, have con sulted them. This vast experience has naturally resulted in...

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. — 16 November 1894

L So-Called Gold Cure. "The danger of the so-called gold cure for the drink habit have frequently been described in these columns, and many cases of suicide, murder and in sanity, resiilting from it have been in stanced. The latest cases in this state reported by telegraph last week were those of (leorge Ifoss, of Wabash, and II. W. Camp, of Khvood. The former became violently insane and tried to kill his wife. The dispatch says that "some months ago he took the gold cure and Iiis nervous svstem was shattered by the treatment.'lJXhe latter died at Marion while undergoing the treatment, the dispatch saying "last winter he trav eled as a lecturer in the interest of the gold cure company." Indianapolis In dependent. "We wonder if our friend of the Inde pendent, ever took the pains to scan the columns of our large city papers in search of scores of items that are daily chronicled in regard to the numbers of men who try to kill their wives while intoxicated. Has he carfully noted the cas...

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. — 23 November 1894

Ä1IMII IUP WIT, Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1894. No. (). Jersey Shin, li) C ents. GENT'S FINE TROUSERS SI. GO. OOOD wire 0 OUR Underwear, Only 98c. a Suit. DR. JAEGER'S SI. 97 a Suit. 51.5 PLUSH CAPS, For 81. OO. MEN'S FINC DRESS SHOE, si. so. so Cent Suspenders, For 25 Cents. A GOOD PAIR OF MITTENS 25 Cents. A 50 Cent Neck Tie 25 Cents. GENTS Kerchiefs, 10 Cent. MUFFLERS 25 CENTS. FINE Black Suit 10.00. THE CLOTHIER. FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS. NOVEMBER CLEARANCE SALE All of our Choice Goods, Overcoats, Clothing, Un derwear, Hats, Cloth and Plush Caps, Shoes for Men, Women and Children, Boots, felt, leather and rub ber. All kinds of Furnishings which were bought under the new tarriff reductions put to the knife to give us the required space for Holiday Goods, and you surprising values that can't be found else where. DO YOU VAKI H! OVERCOAT ? Think of the storms and hlizzards of our climate. Decemher, Janu ary, Fehruary and March, four months of co...

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. — 23 November 1894

J (Ef?e3nbcpcnöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMisher. PLYMO - M BISMARCK IS WEAK. FAMILY DOESN'T PERMIT HIM TO BE OUT OF SIGHT. Count Herbert thit Ills Father Can not Expect to Live Much Longer Rus sian Pianist Dies of Heart Disease Brief "Sewi Notts. Can't Live Long:. The Tall Mall Gazette publishes an in terview with Herbert Bismarck in Berlin. Inferring to the health of his father, Prince Bismarck, the Count said: "You should not forget that my father: ng is beyond the allotted time of the Bible, lie has weathered many storms and has Lad little leisure in life. Hut hid hardest trials have come within the past four fears and at a time of life when he should be spared every aggravation of anxiety. Add to this his active, ever busy intellect, his deep concern for every important guestion of the day, and more than all his concern for Germany's prosperity, to which he has devoted his life, to say nothing of the death of his friends, and t question if any other man lias braved life's tempests ...

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. — 23 November 1894

OUR IiOYAL ROBBERS .THE USES AND THE ABUSES OF GOVERNMENT. .Oar Government Has Degenerated Into a Monarchy A Despotism of Corporat Usurption Revolution Kitlier Through the ltallot or lj Force is torn Inj. A Republic in Theory. Said the inspired pon of the Amer ican revolutiou : Society in every state is a- blessing, but Gov ernment, even ia its be it state is a necessary evil. In its worst btate an intolerable one; for when we suiier, or are exi o e.l to tüe same miseries by a Government, which we miut expect m a country without Government, our calamity is heightened by th- reflection tr.at we turnh the means by which we suffer. The Inability of moral vLtue to govern sodlety, and to protect men in the. r natural riuhis, readers oovernment necessary, hence the true design and end or Governments, is the free dom and security of society. Tue true idea of Government is urawn from a principle In na ture, viz, the more s rap.e a tam is. the less liable is it to be d.sordered, and the eas....

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. — 23 November 1894

. Lauer & (Cfye3nbepenbent Enteral at the Plymouth Tost Office as second class matter. A.K.ZIMMEUMAN.EDITOK axi Proprietor. J. I. ASTLEY, - - Bcsixes Maxaokr. Sl'HSCKIPTIOX PKIC E. One Year Six Month " A JEW POINTED QUESTIONS. Some things for the voter to observe and make a note of for the next twcrt years: 1. Your financial standing at present and observe if it improves. 2. Those in the winning party see if yon have gained anything more than the satisfaction of defeating the other and those in the defeated party, if you are any worse off, except the ill humor of defeat. 3. ee if the promises and predictions of the two dominant parties are fulfilled and if so, how and where. 4. Is money and trade any more ac tive? 5. Observe the conditions of the past as you can remember, and compare with the coming two years. . In making the above observations, see if the present financial crises would not have occurred under a republican the same as it has a democratic admin istration. 7. Obse...

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. — 23 November 1894

ß D?e3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA CO. KAST BOUND TRAINS. 2:58 a. m. Dally. 5:12 a.m. Daily. 6;0G p. ra. Daily. 10:39 a. m. Dally except Sunday. 8 : 40 p. m. Daily except Sunday. 7:35 a. m. Local freight, daily except Sunday. WEST BOUND TRAINS. 5:12 a.m. Daily. :55a. ii Daily except Sunday. 1 :5ö p. m. Daily except Sunday. 6:05 p. m. Daily. 7:15j. m. Dai'y. 1 :25j. in. Loca. freight, daily except Sunday. J. E.HANES. Agent, Plymouth, Ind. VAN DA LI A LINK. SOUTH BOUNI TRAINS. No. 51 6:00 a. m. " 5910:00 a. m. Local freight " 5312:50 a. 111. " 61 5:00 a! m! Through freight. NORTH BOUND TRAINS. No. 5212:26 p. m. " CO 11;10 p. m. Local freight. " 54 10:08 p. in. F. It. HALE. Agent. Plymouth, Ind. LAKE EIIIE AND AVESTERN. NORTH BOUND TRAINS. 12:03 p. m. Daily except Sunday. 6:27 p.m. SOUTH BOUND TRAINS. 9:43 a. m. Daily except Sunday. 12:03 p. m. Ioeal, daily except Sunday. 5:40 p. m. Daily except Sundav. ('. 11. 1IUU11ES. Agent. l'lymouth, Ind. CHURCHES. ST. MICHAEL'S CATH...

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. — 23 November 1894

obble. gobble, gobble, I rise to ay word, Amd hupe to speak la accents that plainly may be heard. .Though many vacant places I re beon called upon to fill. Gobble, gobble, gobble, too long I hare been atllL i Cobble, gobble, gobble.' then listen to my lays They tay that every creature mast some time have it day This rule of day-succession has passed far down the line, Oohble, gobble, gobble, and now the turn Is mine. obble, gobble, gobble, this country needs aslsn figure emblematic Its station to definei And looking o'er the beings that proudly wear the wins. Gobble, gobble, gobble, I feel that I am kins. THE COLONISTS GAVE THANKS. OBERT MAKE peaco Bradford," exclaimed my mother, "let that gun alone." My lather looked up from his writ ing and gazed steadfastly at my mother without speaking. -Uobert is bo mall and the gun ia so large a id I am fear.'ul lest our only bo harm him-lf,- said my mother answering my father's look. -Father," said I quickly, "do tell mother that you sa d yos...

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. — 23 November 1894

Pains in the Back "I bad been afflicted for several years with what the doctors called Diabetes, and suf fered terribly. The pain in my back was ago nizing in the ex treme. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Tills cured me. Now I can go to church and at tend other meet ings with pleas ure. I always keep Mr. Jhn Jiraton me- In my whole life I neve; met anything that did me so much Ood as Hood' a Sarsaparilla. 'Experience teaches a dear sc'.ool, but fools will learn by no oth r I v. as o ice foolish enough to lb ten to a druegit wh j claimed to hare something su perior to II.o I's. sn 1 took another nieJiciue, If I had th own n:y do.lar in the street I would have been a vainer." Joun Bbakstos, cars of John Grccthrn Wellington, Oh o. HooffsCnres Hood's PiilJ eure coatij.atioa by reitor ln tue i n tic a. tioa if the alimeaiary canal M nr- o'" Son p. The wr. Ic ful n tu-al soap mine3 at Owcui' l.akv, Ca if rnia aro i:cn(unt- cd for by t o !'lh wing theory Trhich has boj.i ad . J;o d by a wel...

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. — 23 November 1894

MISSING LINKS. Experiments are belnjf made with compressed hay soaked in a drying oil for paving blocks. A SNAIL may be decapitated, and if the shell is put in a coot, moist plf ce, E new head will crow. Düring the revolutionary war there were rarely more than 30,003 men in the field at one time. LUNAR halos are sometime large and sometimes small, because they are formed at different heights in the air. A BURNING gas jet is unhealthy in a bed chamber, as one gas light gives out as much carbonic gas as two sleep ers. Bodies of moths are covered with a thick down because the insects re quire protection from the dampness of the night. Kansas City, Kan., is separate 1 from Kansas City, Mo., by the State lin3, which rum through the middle of a street "TfiE Traveler's Hymn" was writ ten by Addison in 171:.', while on ship board, near the shores of Italy, in a terrible storm. Fifty years ago Ecdford Spring?, up in the Pennsylvania mountains, was the most famous American i aland summer reso...

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