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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 11 December 1895

The Model Presents to its patrons elegant line of this M ri For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children at 10 per cent above manufacturer's prices, or 20 per cent, below all competition. Please call and examine ;oods and prices. We take pleasure in showing our goods, whether you wish to purchase or not. Respectfully, Ryan & Jospeh. X. !. Weare selling overcoats for men and boys at R5c. on the dollar. CLl?e3nbepcnbent LOCAL miEVlTlES. From Saturday's Daily. Kert Hand, of Argos, was in the city to-dsy. Fev. W. W. Raymond was at South Jler.d yesterdaj. W. C. Lout, of South IJcnd, was in the city yesterday. II. Ti. Thayer returned from South I'end this morning. Mrs. Hamlet, of West (iarro street is very sick at present. A beautiful line of gift book's at Tan-; ner's bv the 1 N. Hank. C. C. Watson, of Eourbon. called in ' Plymouth Thursday ou business. I Erasms Hess and wife, of Hibbard, ' were in Uns city trading to-day. Mr. an I Mrs. Liuis Hess, of Argos was in our city Thursday shopping. J...

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. — 11 December 1895

ff AIATIOI'S AFFAIRS President Cleveland's Message lo Congress. HIS CURRENCY PLAN. Would Issue Bonds r.nd Retire Greenbacks. Only Way to lireak the "Endles Chain" Strongly Fuvors the Gold Standard, but Advocates Silver and Bilver Certificate for Iometic Kx change Parity Must Be Preserved, and Temptation to Speculation lie moved Would Reduce Tax on Na tional Hank Circulation Foreign KelutioiiK KevieweJ. President Uh-voland's message to he Fifty-fourth Cngrcss was not trans mitti until Timsday forenoon, when it was ri iul Wfore lMth House and Semit. It was of gn-at length, ov.r 'Junto words: it 1 alt exhaustively with al! pesti us which have arisen 1 uriuir t 1m past vcti', and also with those of current interest. The message opens with a n-O-mioe to the importance of uur foreign relations and the cxigcu-ics of tin- national finaiuvs at this time aill the consequent leter iiiinatioii of the President to routine his message to tin- suhjeets. The tirt subjet of importance touched upon i...

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. — 11 December 1895

PROTECTS USERS CF " ROYAL." Salting Powder Cor ,.. ny W ins it Case in United -h i;es Court. The decision of Ju l .Sho waiter in a reet'ut ease that ca i. tip before him ustains the claims ? the ltoyal com pany to the exclusive use of the nam-? "ltoyal" as a trademark for its baking ponvder. The special importance of this decision consists in the protection which it assures to the millions of con sumers of Koyal baking powder against Inferior and unwholesome compounds. The excellence of this article has caus od it to be highly esteemed and largely used almost the world over. Its high tandard of quality having been always uiaintained, consumers have come to rely implicitly upon the "Royal" brand as the most wholesome and efficient of any in the marker. The cupidity of oili er nianufacturers is excited by this high reputation and l.n,v demand. A'ery few of the hundreds of baking powders on the market are safe to use. If their makers could sell them under the name of a well-known. repu...

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. — 11 December 1895

Removal Sal. Great cut on This is your n A y LIU Will move, next Monday, (December Ut to the store room recently vacated by Kloepfer's dry goods store. Tntil that time we will sell FURNITURE at Unheard of Prices. BED ROOM SETS, PARLOR SETS. ROCKERS, DINING and PARLOR TABLES,. Dressers, Dining and Fancy Chairs, Sofas, and everything in our line will go at deeply cut prices, if bought this week. Don't Wait! An opportunity lost can never be regained Don't miss this Holiday removal Sale. It will end December Kith. J. C. BUNNELL. FURNITURE. J. S. r.ENUKU. Real Estate and Insurance Agents. In Marshall County. C Vor 6,0J0 acres of farm lands i Plymouth. A few special bargains One 8-room, 2-story house, with but try, cellar, and clothes press, barn and ; n Arg0Sm other outbuildings, young peach, mul-! berry and maple trees, a large lot, good ; ('0(xl Cottage Home, 7 rooms, all in well, all new and in good condition, ' 8d repair, lor SiJOu. Worth yi.um. just outside of the City tax limit, an...

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. — 14 December 1895

Sem ii Weekly edepeedeet Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, DKCKMÜKK 14 in:, No. 10 A Bargain IS WHAT EVERY MAX WANTS, AND HERE THEY ARE. From now on until .January 1, 181)6, for each and every cash sale J will give the follow ing bargain: Yitli every suit of clothes, an ex tra pair of pants of the same material as suit; with every single pair of pants, a good pair of suspenders; and all overcoats will he made at rock-bottom prices, (iive me a call. KLEINSCHMIDT THE TAILOR. An Appropriate Ladies French Kid Gloves, pure silk lined, in blacks, browns, tans and English reds, with large pearl buttons; every pair guaranteed to give perfect satisfac tion, good wear, or a new pair to replace it. There are yet many dozens of the $1.00 and S1.25 goods that are selling now at 75c. per pair. We place on sale to-morrow morning A GREAT LINE OF just received, at the phenomenally low price of 5c. a spool. This is the same goods that we have been selling at 7c. Come in and be co...

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. — 14 December 1895

V ( i : i ll it THE INDEPENDENT. PLY MO Ulli. INDIANA. NEVS OF THE LAKES. Harrow ICscapc of Many Shipwrecked Sailors Iast I'all. i The present navigation season will ba imeinorable in lake history for the nar row escapes of tin crews of lost vessel?. Of five boats which have foundered lurir.g the fall, the crews were given lip for lost on tlis? statements of marin ers who were out in the storms. . The first vessel was the big schooner iA. W. Comstock, which foundered on Xake Superior with a cargo of wheat, rrhe crew succeeded in Rettins their yawl boat afloat, and after riding out the pale for several hours were sighted 3y the steamer .1. J. McWHliams. The teamer took a position to windward of tho yawl and lines were thrown to the shipwrecked sailors. One by one they tied the lines around their bodies, and jumping into the water were haul ed on to the steamer by her crew. Some received injuries, but all saved their lives. ' Next the schooner K. K. Williams foundered at her anchorage...

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. — 14 December 1895

KOTES OX EDUCATION. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO PU PIL AND TEACHER. Thirty-live Thousand Toilers Attend the New York Niht Fchools Things 3I;imIy to Have in School Practical and Sentimental Teachers Notes. Shall Tcnchers Teach? A most perplexing problem in those -days confronts tea ehers in our colleges and higher institutions of learning. With the growth of the universities, .tili. advancement of science, ami the minute subdivision of specialties, lias .arisen a demand That ihe departments In our colleges shall be conducted, not so much by men and womcu wlio can tench, us by those who have made repu tations by advan.wl work in their own lines. That this tread of affairs is in many resteers desirable, no one will deny. J'.ut so aiUv'i stress has been laid t:pou this, ami so much criticism lias been devot I to the man who is "n- vt r heard of outside his own class room." that it svuis time to question a li-'le whether the pendulum has not swi!:i;' too far. I:i general, the policy f the ins...

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. — 14 December 1895

(Ll?e3nbcpcnfccnt r.i.l .-ri'ii ;u it. i- 5'iv iiiutiiii i'.it ok'ht -i-is ln.itii't. ;t- . II KiHI i .t '.i,:i;i. . . ! i M ( li!'H'i;" n: !'!:"i'i:ii-! "I ii K1I ;ir in .. I I ri:iT.. ..fl.H . NOT ALL SKIMMED YET. 'I:rliull imtilv Moek oiii:n to Tiy II I. ink With Patent 'M-anie:v. The (lofchen News lias learned through some reputable aulhon y, that somewhere in the county of Marshal), a 'skimmed milk creamery" will soon be put in operation. The Imkpkniknt d-es not know of such an undertaking being contemplated unless it is in the neighboring town of Laptz. So to be sure v. e are on the rigid track we repub lish the article, giving everyone an op portunity to pursue, and if necessary to in vest ig i'.e: "Over in Marshall county, the patent creamery stm-k company scheme is be in worked. People in all these parts were supposed to have been skimmed! "rice tor all, but yet, no humbug is so gieat, but the glib talker can induce some tenderfoot to try his luck again. If the Marshall cou...

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. — 14 December 1895

Cl?c 3nbepenbent S.VTl'KDAY, DlCKMUKK II, 1S'.". LOCAL BREVITIES. From Wednesday's Daily. J. C. Warnes is at Lapaz to-day. D. W. Alberts was at Tiosa to-day on business. If. W. Simons is in Chicogo to-day on losiness. Edwin Mayer is at Uourbon to day on Easiness. Daniel lJIough of Argos, was in the ity yesterday. Geo. H. Thayer, .Jr. is in Chicago on busines to-day. A large assortment of blank books just received at Tanner's. Prosecuting Attorney Houghton went tc Kochester this morning. Harrison Kiddle of Argos, was seen upon our streets yesterday. Mrs. Mathews of South Uend, is visit ing at I). K. Snyders this week. Dr. Spencer of Ilhon, called in our city yesterday on legal business. Zeno Wade of this city, has accepted a position in Laport for this winter. Jake Carbiener and Wm. Huff, Jr., of I5remen,vere in Plymouth yesterday. I. L.. Dickenson returned last even ing from St Paul, Minn., where he has been for some time. Miss Daisy Howell left for Argos yes terday morning where sh...

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. — 14 December 1895

HIS DIVINITY. ' ' X !t vr'th'n the cushioned per, Ili-.t i.-fi .-t confess my thoughts pursue A rather worldly course, in lieu Of p'-nitc r.tial lire. Te: r.ur." within the edifice In wr.r-d.ij ing are less mniss My t!:o'.:2hts are tinged with hcr-vcnly i-s. ! Vor Nellie's la the choir. A witrhing figure, straight and trim. She stands and carols forth the hymn, Ulr Mushes "neath her broad hat brim, T see l ow I iidmiiv. X " r.t.-n her lovely, pulsing throat. H'T dimples and her curls I note Ccita.! music seem- to tloat, IVr Nellie's in the choir. In tl.n ':gh t lio- eb.incel window slips A r'-xy Minhi am. and it sins Tic MVKtwss of her langhin.; lips, An never koouh to tire. i At.. while the pastor does expound, Arn. to sIijp.jImt sound, T, .('.. that makes my world so round, J- r Nellie's in t Im choir. Pf tic.t I' reo Ire-s. THE AKT OF ACTING. Ilr.IIo. Monty! Alone in your glory. eh: ' exclaimed Frank Kortright, as ho trolled into the Ilotlerton club at fil o-.:t (1:00 oik; aftern...

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. — 14 December 1895

1 I S t I- t 1 If RELIGIOUS COLUMN. ITEMS OF INTEREST TO ALL DE NOMINATIONS. Gems in the Coronet of Love Not I'rofcssion of I'uitli, lmt Jtarnesit- ni'ss of Soul, tliat Makes Us Cliris tiuns Short Sermons. Those in C):ir Clin rue. X I i: UIEXCE proves tli.it wo may make or mar Use clur.tcters of those pla-el l-y ii a t u r e in our charge. Tin? iu l!fi i t"il traits :w strong: the inilu- j r 7v t t: i " i 1 ' ''-1h i n gs i s strong r. J n tho rirst few years tlu seed is .-own that .hall (."row imo a faint fruit tivo or into a deadly upas, which .shall Mast tho child's lifo. Those early intiuenees may determine whether the child shall lie like the stinging nettle or prickly this tle, which uhl weil be spared and replaeed by beneficent products of the earth; or like the glowing bryony a I'd the graceful liighislnulc. lioth attractive yet poison, ;ts: or like sweet elover. which yields fragrance and sweetness to the honeyed stores of the bees; or like the starry daisy and blue-eyed vi...

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. — 14 December 1895

ANTA GLAU PR ? -On Ladies' Fur Capes and Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Cloaks at prices heretofore not heard of,-a regular give away. C Ladies' 30-inches long FUR CAPES, former price $12.00, now $6,98. Ladies' 36-inches long ELECTRIC SEAL CAPES, former price 330.00, now $14.75. Ladies' 30-inch Real ASTRACHAN or WOOL SEAL CAPES, former price $25.00 to $30.00, now $13.75. n. o A 5 2 D A LX. til 5 mi D r frT y n These Gapes are consigned to us from a manufacturer that had to replevin them from a bankrupt retailer. It is not our loss, but it is your gain. All of our Ladies', Misses, and Children's Jackets and Gapes, made of all kinds of cloth, will be closed out at iust such prices as the Fur Capes are sold at. Infants' Eiderdown Cloaks, 98c , $1.28, $1.48 $1.98 and $2.48, worth double and treble die prices asked here Thev come from our largely overstocked manufacturer, and are sold at of manufacturing price. As we said before, what is one person's loss is another's gain. An...

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. — 18 December 1895

tadepei Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, DECKMHER 18 1S):. No. 11 Semi Weekly ideet A Bar grain IS WHAT EVERY MAN WANTS, AND HERE THEY ARE. From now on until January 1, 1896, for each and every cash sale I will give the follow ing bargain: With every suit of clothes, an ex tra pair of pants of the same material as suit; with every single pair of pants, a good pair of suspenders; and all overcoats will he made at rock-bottom prices, (live me a call. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. A Telling Hit! High Prices This is what occurred at our store this week, and COMFORTS, BLANKETS, CURTAINS and SPREADS received the brunt of the hit. Cost was not considered in the reduction of prices on these goods; we desire to get rid of them before the season further advances. This week inaugurates FORTS, BLANKETS, CURTAINS and SPREADS. It begins to-morrow, Dec. 18, and. continues till Dec. 24. We received a shipment of Chenille and Damask Curtains that we wish everyone to see. These go ...

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. — 18 December 1895

(Efye3n&cpen&cnt Publishers ar.d Proprietors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. PUGNACIOUS PIXGEEE WILL FORCE THE STREET-CAR FIGHT AT DETROIT. Death-Dealing Electric Wires Squirm, Splutter, and Hiss with lütte Blazes in Chicago's Streets-Sauta Fe Koael Cancels All Contracts. Six for a Quarter or No Fare. Mayor Pingreo, of Detroit. rele from his home to the City Hall Friday without paying any street tar faro. The con ductor demantlcd it and the Mayor offer til it in a way that was not acceptable to the street e-ar company. Although Ins Honor invited the conductor to put him off he rode unmolested to his otiice. This situation is part ef the Mayor's campaign for cheaper fares. Recently the Citizens' Street Railway, failing to compromise certain disagreements with the city, adopted the plan of getting even by dis continuing the sole of six tickets for a quarter and insisting on a straight ö-cent fare. The Mayor holds that the prece dent of thirty years had practically made the six for a quarte...

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. — 18 December 1895

I ! i i HORBOBS IX ARMENIA TURKS AND KURDS ARE THIRST ING FOR BLOOD. All Moslems Aic liccomin:; Aroused Shout 1 the Iroihet Declare VVnr, liutchcries Would He Te:riblc-Sul-wi Hopsa the I'o-.ver.-i Will (Juarrel Alarm for Constantinople. The ln-art grown s:.k nvir tin reeital of tin- outrages ami butchery of the Ar menians I y the Türk. So fearful were the inasacres that is. va hard to phue reliance upon the eari!r reports from the sic!" of disturbance, lint as report after report a:ne in they only eoutirmed tlie inhuman treatment heaped upon the help'es followers f 'iirist iauit y. The testimony fron: a muni er of sourees, whose reliability in undisputed, is that the worst lias yet to he told. The latest advhes are that the exTerniie.a ion of the Armenians goes right : despite tlie pro tests of Christendom and the presenee of ihe warships of the .-ivilied powers in Türkis! waters. Th Sultan eamiot stop the butehery even if lie so willed. His time is taken up in planning to ward off ...

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. — 18 December 1895

OL... Um! 8S3t7 2T ' (Ef?e3nbepenfcent EntT'U at the Plymouth It onit-e as second las matter. ----- a. i:. zi m m human. a. i. smith Kjuk.ks am i'KoriMKToR. i s'i:s( i:iithn IMMCi:. 'i,r j .... i l .MUll! Tn kkk will no doubt be a bill passed in l tie present congress restoring a por t it n of the tanlT on wool. Anothki: appeal has been sent out by Secretary Carlisle for help regarding the sinking fund of the government. A Nevada woman was recently sued by a broken-hearted man for breach of promise. The woman won the case. It has arrived at a peculiar condition of att'aiis in Armenia, where the natives are compelled to renounce Christianity to save their lives. Cx;i:k has in its present session 2-s lawyers. Some of our exchanges think they will prove more of a disturb ing than a legislative element. Tiik Ilea Cross society, under the management of Miss Clara Horton, will soon leave Washington, I) C. for Armenia to extend succor to the desti tute christians in that country. This is t...

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. — 18 December 1895

The Model Presents to its patrons this elegant line of ji i For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children at 10 per cent above manufacturer's prices, or 20 per cent, below all competition. Please call and examine goods and prices. We take pleasure in showing our goods, whether you wish to purchase or not. Respectfully, Ryan X. B. We are selling at 85c. on the dollar. (Ef?e3nbepenbent EDNESDAY, DECEMBKK IS, IbOÖ. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Saturday's Daily. Chas. Harris reported as being on the , SICK llSl. 1 A Dr. Ilitchy ol Donaldson, was in town yesterday. Uutler Schafer ot Argos, was in town : yesterday. i Dr. Loriiiff. of llurr Oak, is on the i c,v.v !?ct : D. Armstrong is lying very sick at present. i . j. wimncs went u rgos mis CD morning. Chas. Curtis, of Marmont, was in -1 A 1 . the city to-aa. Enoch Mow, of Culver City, was in ; town yesterday. j Horn to Mr. and Mrs. James llee a girl last evening. ' John Demont, of liochester, was in town last evening. j 15. F. Long, of South IJend, was i...

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. — 18 December 1895

Tuar won't l.c np.yjTliri'mas fun l'roiiiid i.sr house this year. For Sandy Clnwa. In passin by, TU jest lean (ii !i his rar. An' w'on lu- feels the cldtnbley'g coli, Ile'U gnmt: "I'll put riglit on; tin med ; stnppiii In t Clay's, The chii'cri:" ad gone." An' jit I've seed tli tlni when he 'IM hoc ti Iminp hisse'f To fill the stookin's liangin up Kr I n' r hiniMey slio'f. An nie nu" maw'il be i:p tül twelve Kr one. ri-p:pp:n oo'n. lit ico o' M i-Ii-üke iloiu's now; Tlie ciiiiie: u's :ill guiie. I ustcr fool pkmip like a !oy, To mo liicin ymmg 'im sit Au talk o t'i.rl'imis bein' nlgli. An wonder v.lnit they'd git. An fix theirse'ves t stay awake Till Sandy kein alon"! Thai's tu i:e watches for him now, The chüiem's all gone. They're il grow'd up an' married o!T I-JseopMn little Joe. They .spoke for him up yander. An' wo hail to leave hi;u go. Twiiz .o'rful rough t lose him. lint now we're glad tliar's u:ie Thet's Mill a little shaver. Though the chilleru's all gone. An sol tin" yore...

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. — 18 December 1895

EST IN TIIE WORLD. , 0T &1Y&yV fcvÄ 0t X&vÄ S uww&e& TKH RISING SIT; STOVE POLISH i cakes for ger.tra blacking of a stove. THF! SUN PASTE POLISH for a quick after.-dinner shine, anplied and pol ished with a cloth. Morse Broj., Props., Canton, Mass.. U.S- A. Curing lieef in Uruguay. After slaushte'rii'i: iho nu'at is cut up In la r ire Hat slices, each quarter, after the bones have hwn taken our. giving one Innre slice. Then it is salted and nin dried and when thoroughly cured newn up in hairs of burlap and shipped to Hrazil and the West India islands under the name of Varne tasajo. United States Consular Itoports. The English house of commons con tains t70 members. Of these there are In the new conservative parliament 11'22 in favor of woman suffrage. This Is 74 iess than the women had in the last parliament. TRU8TI!GWQWEN. THEIR CONFIDENCE OFTEN LEADS TO SUFFERING. In Ohio IToman's Experience, as Hero Related, i3 Interesting to Ererj American Woman. irrcTAL to o...

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. — 18 December 1895

Argos. Argos, Dec. 16, 1805. Protracted meeting is in progress at the Christian church. Three or four drunks were on the streets Saturday night. Quite a number of Argosites were at riymouth Saturday on business. The cigar factory owned by Isaac Keed is in a nourishing condition. The young ladies were out in force yesterday taking advantage of warm weather. Dr. Johnson is making quite a dude with his new suit of clothes and patent leather shoes. Some one had the gall to burst open E. Kotzien's photograph gallery door the other evening. William Dowell has in his possession two opossums, which were caught by a farmer near Argos. Forrest Stevens and John Shirey drove to Rochester yesterday to visit with their lady friends. Preparations are being made for Christmas exercises at all the churches on an extensive scale this year. A carriage load of would be, gentle men drove up from Rochester Sunday afternoon, and from their actions one would think they had been drinking a little of the so ...

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