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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 April 1895

ONE YEAR'S PATEiNTS. OUTPUT OF OUR INVENTIVE GENIUSES. American People Have Plenty of De vices to Lighten Work, Hctum Prof its, and Insure Safety Lcbons Taught by the Ceaseless Activity. Kecortl of Twelve Months. The animal report of the United States Commissioner of Patents for the year lS'.Kl. just issued, is a handsome volume of 782 pages, "Va Inches by 11 in size, and contains the equivalent of l,230,0i.H) words. It Is a summary of the contents of the fifty-two numbers of the official gazette of the patent office, which contain over 8.100 pages of the specifications and drawings for the patents issued. During the year 1893 37,29o applications for patents were re ceived, 1,000 for designs, 120 for re-issues, 2,247 for caveats, 1,899 applica tions for trade marks, and 401 for la bels. There were 23,070 patents issued tluing the year, against 23,478 for the preceding year. The number of patents which expired during the year was 14, 172. Four thousand one hundred and two patents wer...

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. — 19 April 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent Entered at the riymouth Post Office as second class matter. A. K.ZI MM HUMAN. Editor and PKontiKTOK. SUIISCKII'TION PltlC'K. One Year fio Six Months 75. That "honest dollar' seems to worry our gold bug friends. What is needed now is for the people to read for themselves. The death of J. W. Scott, editor of the Chicago Times-Herald, occurred in Xew York City Sunday afternoon. The war between Japan and China has ended, the terms of peace offered by the Japanese being accepted by the defeated nation. The position taken by Senator rai nier, of Illinois, on the financial issue, will not cut a very large swath among the masses in that state. Tiik manipulation of the oil market by the Standard Oil Co., gives sutlicient evidence that a law should be enacted to crush out such concerns. Uepoiits from Paris, France, is to the effect that Dr. Nansen, the artic ex plor, has discovered the North Pole and that it is located upon a chain of moun tains. The truth of the statement is ...

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. — 19 April 1895

DEAD! HIGH PRICES ON SHOES, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS KILLED BY OUR MOTTO : Tlie Best mi ioi me least Money. CALL AND SEE US. Five Doors North of Postoffice, PLYMOUTH, IND. RYAN & JOSEPH. CHURCHES. ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CHUKCH. REV. L. A. Moexcii. Tastor. Early Mass, 7:80 a. m.; High Mass, 10 a. in.; Catechecal In struction. 2:30 p. m.; Vespers, 3 p. m. Mass. every mornlm?, 7:45. C. B. L. meets first and third Thursday of every month. St. Boniface Society, first Monday of every month. ST. THOMAS ErlSCOrAL CHUKCH. Rev. W. W. Raymond. Rector. Regular Sunday morning service, lo:30 a. m. Regular Sunday evening service. 7:00. regular Wednes day evening service. 7:00. Sunday school after morning service, at noon. Ladies Tarish Cuild meets every Thursday afternoon. Altar (luild meets every Monday evening. Young Church men's Gulla meets every Sunday evening. M. E. CHUKCH. Rev. L. S. Smith, Pastor. Class meeting. 9:30 a. m. Kegular Sunday morning service. 10:30 a. m. Regular Sunday ...

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. — 19 April 1895

OPEN TO THE WORLD. THE RESULT OF JAPANESE CON QUEST OF CHINA. The Immense Knipirc to Do Thrown Open to Foreign Commerce and Her 400,000,000 Inhabitants to Com pete with European Labor Conditions of Peace. The Japanese minister at Washington Continus the rejmrts from Tokyo that his Government has made the opening of (J hiu a to foreign coinineree and immigra tion one of the conditions of peace, which will make the country the most attrac tive spot on earth for investment and speculation during the next fifteen or twenty years. The interior of China, and, us a "matter of fact, the entire empire, except the treaty ports, is 2,000 years behind the age, judged by comparison with France or Great Rritain or the United Statesbut with its marvelous soil and 400,000,00 of a naturally ingenious and iudustrious population it is capable of almost any decree of development. Its advantages over Japan in this respect are very great, and the hitter country has shown what progress a people can make j...

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. — 19 April 1895

That TS ired Feel lung GßOYEß ON FINANCE. BEST IN THE WORLD. nn n e Ik Is a certain indication of impure and im poverished bio 3d. If your Hood could always be rich and pure, full of the red corpuscles upon which its vitality depends, you would never be weak, or Kcrvous! Boils, pimples, scrofula, salt rheum, would never trouble you. But our mode of livin?, hut in all winter In poorly ventilated Lomes and shops, depletes the blcoJ, and there is lo?s of appetite and w eakness. Hood's Sarsa parille is the standard remedy for this condition. It purifies, vitalizes, and enriches the blcod, overcomes that tired feelincr, bu'ld.s up the nerves, and gives perfect 1 e ilth. Read this : Our daughter. Blanche, when four years of age, had a humor Ireak out on her hands and face, which our physician I renounced eczema. If the cold air reached her face cr hands they would swell up, look almost purple, and headed blisters would form and break, (Hood's Sarsaparilla the True Prominently in the Beech...

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. — 19 April 1895

Van Wert... 44 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS CRESSNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLE9- Owner of the only Abstract Itooks In the county. Abstracts of Titles to all Drop erty in .Marshall county compiled accurately ami promptly The following warranty deeds were filed with the recorder of Marshall county from April 1 to April 13 in clusive: Sam'l 13eldon and wf to Moses IIol- em, 40 a West tp, si. Moses Ilolem and wf to Samuel Iiel- don, land in West tp, 31. Sam'l Beldon and wf to Elizabeth Nichols, land in West tp. Jas. F. Bolin and wf to J. D. Allerton and wf, 90 a Green tp, 4,000 Same to same, 4 a Walnut tp, adjoin ing Argos, 81,700. Jos S Neely and wf to Wm Rey nolds, 1 74 and 75, Calhoun and Tucker add Walnut. S. S.Fish and wf to Ida C Bolin, 1 14, Eailsback add to Argos, SGOO. Oliver O. Yates and wf to Bert K. Hand, lot in Argos, $75. Elmira Jones and hd to Wm. Jones all int in 3 a, Union tp, 1. John S. Miller to Chas. S. Gollatz, e 11 ft 1 22 original Bremen, 8400. Hosea S. Thompso...

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. — 26 April 1895

Mr m T m l Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895. No. 28. IK 1 BW KB. M ' III II lll It III Iii I r Boirrt 'Read. Unless you wish to learn how n Allmae Is selling Spring and Summer Clothing. Suits for Men, $5.00. They are Going Like Hot Cakes. Why? Because any one that sees them can readily see that they are far superior to anything on the market elsewhere. Suits for Boys as low as 75 cents. f Hoitt I Bicyc e See my line if you want any Clothing. Don't faill, as this is a grand chance to get Clothing cheap. Your sincerely, Mo AMmami Only One Price Clothier in Marshall County. 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 Real Estate, give them a call before purchasing. They have this week the following property : Seven acres well improved land, good lli story frame house, good well of water, orchard, small barn and other out buildings. On Michiga...

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. — 26 April 1895

Cl?c3nbcpcnbcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMishcr. PLYMO JTH. - - INC ANA. SUPPLY OP FOOD FISH NATIONAL COMMISSION IS EN LARGING ITS WORK. Millions of KtfKH and Small Fry Are Heins Propagated for Distribution All Over the Country-Cuban Kcbcl Too Active in the United States. Fish for the Lakes. The Fish Commission expects this year to nlmost double the work of last year. In IS! VI about four hundred million fish were distributed. Tliis year the division of fish culture hopes to exceed that figure by at least two hundred million and prob ably three hundred million. The work of the spring distribution is now at its height. From the Ohio and Michigan stations the commission has already taken about one hundred and twenty million whitetish and about eight million or ten million hike trout will be taken in the next ten days. In the neighborhood of four hundred thousand brook trout will be taken from the Colorado station. These lish will be planted in the great lakes and the surrounding inland lake...

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. — 26 April 1895

PEACE IN THE EAST. ORIENTAL NEWS CONFIRMED OF FICIALLY. Diplomatic Advices Received at Wash ington Make It Ccrlain that the Ne Eotiations lletwccn China and Japan Have Kndcd Happily. Terms Aureed Upon. Official confirmation of the report of the signing of the treaty of peace between the plenipotentiaries of Japan and China has been received by Secretary tin-sham. It came from Minister Dun at Tckio, was Tery brief und merely stated that a treaty f peace had been finally concluded. The minister's cablegram pave no information respecting the conditions on which the terms of the agreement between the pow ers had been arrived at. The Chinese Le gation also received advices from Japan announcing the signature of terms of peace between China and Japan. It is understood in "Washington that the terms agreed uion are in conformity with those already published, saving the amount of the indemnity, which was sub sequently reduced, probably to an amount estimated to be sufficient to cover all of ...

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. — 26 April 1895

(El?e3nbepenbent Entered at the riymouth Tost Office as second class matter. A.R.ZIMMKKMAN.Editok ad Proi-kiktok. SUBSC'ltll'TIOX PltlCE. One Year $!- Six Months 75. Still the war in Illinois goes merrily on. The tloor in Illinois is held the great er portion of the time by Senator Palmer. Theke is no such thing as a single standard silver adherent. The people favoring free coinage of silver are more generous to the public than the gold bugs. They desire a double standard. The Enquirer Publishing Co., is the cognoman of the new democratic organ of Chicago. It is understood that this organ will go with the party, and that it is conceeded to be in favor of free silver. The state of Alabama has come to the front this week with another Armenia outrage. It occured at (Jreen ville, where a mob of would-be-law abiding citizens hung five negroes, two of whom were women. It is no wonder northern capital, and northern enter prise, does not desire to go into this country to do business. "It se...

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. — 26 April 1895

Cffe3nbepenbent DEAD! HIGH PRICES ON SHOES, CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS KILLED BY D (i OUR MOTTO Ilie Best Goons If me Least Money. CALL AND SEE US. Five Doors North of Postoffice, PLYMOUTH, IND. RYAN & JOSEPH. CHURCHES. ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CIIUKCII. Rev. L. A. Moexch. Fastor. Early Mass, 7:30 a. ra.; High Mass. 10 a. in.; Cateehecal In struction. 2:30 p. m.; Vesjers, 3 p. m. Mass. every mornlnp. 7:45. C. H. L. meets first and third Thursday of every mouth. St. lioniface Society, first Monday of every month. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CIIUKCII. Rev. W. W. Raymond. Rector. Regular Sunday morning service, 10:30 a. m. Regular Sunday evening service, 7:00. Regular Wednes day evening service, 7:00. Sunday school after morning service, at noon. Ladies' Parish (Juild meets every Thursday afternoon. Altar Guild meets every Monday evening. Young Church men's Guila meets every Sunday evening. M. E. CHURCH. Rev. L. S. Smith, Tastor. Class meeting, 9:30 a. m. Regular Sunday morning service. ...

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. — 26 April 1895

OHOST OF SHERLOCK HOLMES. .When Sherlock Holmes, ingenious man, pursued Lis strange career, ,TV studied his adventures with a sym pathy sincere, 'Although in time his victories monotonous became, Because his base opponents never won a single game. lie caught his latest criminal, and then at last he died; "We mourn him, we lament him, but its time he went," we cried ; 'Ah, foolish words! Soon after we regret ted him, dismayed To find he'd left a family to carry on the trade. They swarm in every magazine, each jour nal with them teems, Detecting obvious criminals by very obvi ous schemes, Adapting to their purposes devices long ago Invented by the master haud of great Gaboriau. Their wisdom, too, in marvelous; the mud upon your boots Informs them to a penny what your bal ance is at Coutts: They know your mother's maiden name, what train you traveled by. And if you've had lumbago from the color of your tie! Yes! Sherlock Holmes is dead and gone; but still in other shapes TFe meet the 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. — 26 April 1895

Iß 6uch a trial that men say "Let the house take care of itself." But the con scientious wife feels bound to risk health and strength in this annual strug gle with dust and dirt. The consequence of her feverish anxiety over extra work is depletion of the blood, the source of all life and strength, manifested in that weak, tired, nervous condition too prev alent at this season and very dangerous if allowed to continue. What every man and woman needs in the spring is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It keeps the blood vital- Hood's SairsapairiSla, s the True Blood Purifier Prominently In tho Books liouml in Human Skin! A few months ajco there was a sen sation at Atlanta over the attempt of a ir.cdicnl student to have the skin of a lu-ro tanned and made into a pair of Loots. Of late in other parts of the country such vhnous inclinations have tome to li-lit Hut all of this is not without a precedent, and that, too, in saintly England and civilized Franco. There are several cases where human skin ha...

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. — 26 April 1895

Jury Trials. A Kansas City paper has some very sensible ideas on the jury system. It says: "There is a wide-spread opinion that it is wrong to permit one man to hang a jury instead of eleven man hang ing the accused. In a recent murder trial in this state eleven men stood for conviction from the first, while one man stood out for acquittal when a hung jury meant another long and expensive trial with the risk of a miscarriage of justice. The law should provide that at least three-fourths of the jury should decide the guilt of the accused. "When nine men, after hearing all the evidence in a case, where able counsel have done all the law allows to protect the accused and where a fair and impartial judge Bits on the bench to see that justice is done, have agreed that the accused is innocent or guilty, their opinion should decide his fate. It is wrong that the opinion of one or two men on the jury, an opinion which may be held for interested reasons, should outweigh and nullify the com b...

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. — 3 May 1895

ft HL is m PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1895. No. 29. Yol. I. 1 V - r Ooe't 'Read Rill L PIS An Important Reason Why Those Seeking a Loca tion Should Come to Plymouth. Unless you wish to learn how Fi Alumnae Is selling Spring and Summer Clothing. Suits for Men, $5.00. They are Going Like Hot Cakes. WHY? Because any one tnat sees tnem School house"' upon every hill top. fnn rPifl fill V Rftft that tlieV are far SUTDeriOr Plymouth, Indiana, like all other Wall- to anything on the market elsewhere. SVlitS fOr BoyS aS lOW aS 75 CeiltS. Uircs, lias kept Uii.Unn'rtant feature in Bring your boy in and yOU WÜl yiew.ana to .lay can boast of.meof the L .. , -rr i best public school systems, within the A Few Statements Regarding one of The Best Schools in the State. A thorough education is the key stone to success in life. Without education, a man or woman, as a rule, will be sat isfied to drift slowly along through the world, taking whatever may fall to their lot, and wi...

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. — 3 May 1895

L- . I 4 A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. - PLYMOJTH. - IN DAN; I . BIG INSURANCE SUIT. STOCKTON COMPANY WORSTS ITS OPPONENTS. cDn Francisco Shipping Wonderfully Busy-Grand Trunk Reorganization -Gave Up Life Rather Than Lovo Hopelessly Hcadncar Costs Jlore. Insurance Must Be Paid. ' The decision of Judge Smith in the famous suit of the Stockton. Cal.. Com bined Harvester and Agricultural Works against the Glens Falls and seventy-two other insurance companies to recover $'.H, OOO as insurance on property of the plain tiff burned several years ago, was ren dered Tuesday in favor of the harvester company for the full amount. When the property was burned the harvester com pany and the insurance people submitted the "matter to arbitration and an award of jvlM i.i mm ) was made. The harvester peo ple accepted this, but before it was paid matters wen' brought to the attention of the insurance companies that caused them to refuse to pay any such sum. Suit was then brought cm the award. The ease ...

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. — 3 May 1895

SILVER IS THE ISSUE. THE WESTERN PRAIRIES ABLAZE WITH THE SENTIMENT. Congressman Hepburn, After n Tour of His District, Says Tree Coinage Is the Only Thins Tulkcd About People Demanding Prompt Action. Free Coinage Demanded. Representative Hepburn has spent a month or mure traveling in Iowa since the adjournment of Congress. He says that he has found that everybody is enthusiastic on the silver question. It is the only topic they will talk about. "Whenever two men get together, whether it is at the posiotiiee or at the street corner, in the railway station, or the corner grocery, or while rid in? ill the cars, they discuss nothing else, and tile sentiment is almost unanimous that the United States t'overnnicnt should immediately declare in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silver, re gardless of the policy of Kuropoau na tions. "I should say that there are about as many silver men in the Republican party as there are among the Demo crats, said Mr. Hepburn, in reply to a ques...

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. — 3 May 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent Entered at the riymouth Tost Office as second class matter. A.R.ZIMMKI:MAX.Eiitok and Pkoi'KIKTok. SUKSC'Itll'TIOX PIUCK. One Year $l)r Six Months 75. Will t m 13 1 the "little linancie Coin," is the question. Japan refuses to yield to the de mands made by l'ussia, regarding the revising of the peace treaty between her and China. Kansas has commenced her annual harvest by the cyclone route. Six killed and a large number wounded near Ilal stead, is reported for Wednesday. It is always best to watch the man who is everlastingly defaming his neighbors. There is plenty of truth in the proverb: "Thief always cries thief Urst." Accokdim; to the (ios.ien Democrat there is a possibility of another Uepub lican Journal being started at Indian apolis, and if possible with Ex-President Harrison at the helm. EinToi: JIkooke and drover Cleve land, are both out with announcements, stating how pleased they are at the po sition taken by the Times-IIerald. We wonder if Urooke is going...

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. — 3 May 1895

(Ef?e3nbepenbent CASH PAID THE FARMER obtains for the purchaser the best pro ducts of the farm. CASH paid the manufacturer, obtains for the merchant the best goods at the lowest price. Upon cash we base our success in business. TO-DAY We are recognized as the leading mer cantile house of the city in the line of i id GlDlhliia. CASH, The best goods, the lowest prices and courteous treatment have won the day. CALL AND SEE US. Five Doors North of Postoffice, PLYMOUTH, IND. RYAN & JOSEPH. CHURCHES. .ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CHUKCII. Lev. L. A. Mof.nch. Pastor Karly Mass, 7:30 a. m ; Hurh Mass. 10 a. ni.; Cateehecal In struction. 2::K p. m.; Vespers, 3 . m. Mass. every inornintr. 7:4.". C. 1. L. meets lirst nml thlnl Thursday of every month. St. lUmifacc Society, lirst Monday of every month. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHUKCII. Kf.v. "W. "W. IIaymonmn Hector. Ileirular Sunday inoniiii service, l0:3t a. m. Kepilnr tun.. ay evening service. 7 :fK. Regular Wetlnes day evening service. 7:on. Sund...

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. — 3 May 1895

FAVORS FßEE SILVER. SENATOR VOORHEES READY FOR FREE COINAGE. He Avers the "Arrogant Apostles of Gold" Mean 111 to tlic People, and Demands White Metal at 10 to 1 Bays Wc Should Not Wait for England Woiitt No Straddling. Senator Voorheos, of Indiana, in an in terview on the silver question said: I do not regret the agitation of the silver question. Sooner or later it had to he def initely settled whet her the lahor producing people of this country can 1e bullied ut f half of their debt-paying money or that they will stand up like free men and protect and defend the money named and provided in the Constitution gold and silver, or lxth not one of the precious metals alone, but both, and on terms and conditions as to coinage uml use of absolute equality. That Is the question immediately before us. and no hetter time than now will ever he found for Its settlement. The Sherman act. which was conceived in rancorous hostility to silver and brought forth Into a law by an h.lquitlous betrayal...

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