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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 3 May 1895

lift Your first duty is to yourself. Your bodily con dition calls for the help to be found in a good Lucius mm mm Urn mm 'mWt I The best preparation Spring is the season for cleansing and renewing the blood. During the win ter it has crept sluggishly through the Teins, gathering impurities from indoor tir, from fatty substances in the food, and from many other sources. The great blood-purifying medicine especially prepared to do this work is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It will give to the blood purity, richness and vitality, and these will bring health and vigor, strong nerves, a good appetite, refreshing sleep, and powers of endurance. Cleanse your blood by taking Hood's Barsaparilla, a renovating preparation especially prepared to make pure blood, then you may enjoy the season of flow ers and birds and outdoor pleasures, for you will be healthy, strong and well. HnnH'c Dülc cnre all liver III, Mlioan liUUU a I Iil3ness hadache. 2'. cm to. lie Knew Politics. IiOrd Dufferin once addressed ...

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. — 3 May 1895

Hibbard Items. Jas. L.. Mosher and wife Sundayed with relatives in riymouth. Mr. Quangle, of Kinzie, Ind, visited Monday afternoon with relatives here. Mrs. J. II. "Watson was visiting Mr. "Watson's parents of Argos, over Sunday. Miss Lizzie Listenberger was the guest of Mertie Lowry Sunday. JIattie Wise and Ilallie "Wilson visited a few hours with Mrs. Fostel Groves Sunday afternoon. Miss Eliza McGowen, of riymouth is spending a few weeks with her parents. Mr. William Stuck is up and around again after a lingering illness of rheu matism during the past winter months. Chas. Estes the Vandalia section for man has employed two of his old hands Edward Stuck and Howard More. Isaac "Weirman has repainted his res idence, it looks well from its lofty posi tion on the hill side of Iiis farms so the improvement goes on. The Vandalia depot has undergone a thorough cleaning up. A new block signal has been added thereto. Mr. Peter Listenberger has disposed of one of his prize ring billy goats t...

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. — 10 May 1895

y Mta m im I RIIPIPWIFMT Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 10. 1895. No. 30. Hew Hats at ALLMAN'S. New Suits at ALLMAN'S. New Shirts at ALLMAN'S. New Underwear at ALLMAN'S. LlJ X or D Ll z Cowboy Hats. 49c. Wool Hats, 39c. Men's Wool Suits. $5.00. Boys' Good Suits with Caps, $1.25. Shirts, 18c. Extra Underwear, $1 grade 69c per suit. GC LÜ CO CO All the goods going at prices 0 J ro b DC I O O This isn't merely talk. Come to my place of business and judge for yourself. Bicycle Clothing a Specialty. Sincerely yours, M ONLY ONE-PRICE CUR 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 Eeal Estate, give them a call before purchasing. v They have this week the following property : Seven acres well improved land, good story frame house, good well of water, orchard, small barn and other out buildings. On Michigan road. Cheap, part cash balanc...

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. — 10 May 1895

(Efjc3n&cpcnöcnt A. R. 2!. MAI ER MAN, PuMisher. FI.YMO JTH. I TZL ino an; WILL TAKE IT EASY. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND PRE PARING FOR THE SUMMER. Bond Syiidicxitc Said to lie Preparing for Another Treasury Kaitl-Nurrow Kfccapc for King Humbert and Con sort Strikers Arc Kiotinsr. Will Work at Gray Gable. A complete executive office will bo es tablished at (J ray Cables for the Presi dent's use this summer, and as arrange ments have been made fur the transac tion there of nil public business that will conic before him, it is probable that his departure for Buzzard's Pay will be made ns soon as the weather becomes oppressive in Washington. Private Secretary Thur ber will be near enough so that he can work with the President every day. No appointments that may be made or other business transacted by the President will be furnished to the public at P.uzzard's Hay, but v. ill be pent to the White House in Washington for announcement. All communication with the departments will be through t...

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. — 10 May 1895

TEACHERS TO GO WEST A HOST WILL ATTEND THE DEN VER CONVENTION. Thirty-fourth Annual Meeting of the National I'ducatlonal Association July 3-1 U Many Imminent Educators on the Program. Thirty Thousand Expected. The thirty-fourth annual meeting of the National Educational Association will be held in Denver. July 5 to 12. The asso ciation goes so far West this year for the second time in its history. In 18SS the session was held ia San Francisco, the president of the association for '8S was Aaron Goto, then and now superintend ent of the Denver schools. The San Fran cisco meeting was the largest the asso ciation has ever held, before or since that time, and such en thusiasm aa was manifested in 1SSS has not been known until 1S03, when the fnme of Denver has vs. called forth, three time set for tlie July meeting, an enthusi asm on the part of educators through out the country, DR. BUTLER. which assures an attendance of between 20,000 and 30,000 people. The San Francisco attendance was 1...

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. — 10 May 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth Tost Office as second class matter. A.R.ZIMMEKMAN,Editor and Propkif.toij. SUBSCIill'TIOX 1MIICK. One Year Si-w Six Months 73. Thk United States Supreme Court will render a decission May 13th, on the income tax question. While Judge Vincent, of Chicago ie f used to have a public debate between the author of :'Coin"on the silver isaue and those in favor of the single stand ard; while his reasons may be good ones, the people throughout the country will see that it is a signal victory for the free coinage advocates. It shows con clusively that the single standard advo cates are afraid to meet the issue. One of the most blatant promises of democracy when it was seeking power was that the trusts should be abolished. But after democracy got into power the trusts prospered as never before and just now there is more general suffering from the operations of the standard Oil and Beef combines, than has been known for many years. The price of beef affect...

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. — 10 May 1895

i . "i (D?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 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. Rev. L. A. Mokxcii, Pastor. Early Mass, 7:30 a. m.; High Mass, 10 a. in.; Catechecal In struction. 2:30 p. m.; Vespers, 3 p. in. Mass. every mornlnp, 7:45. C. B. L. meets first and thlra Thursday of every month. St. Boniface Society, first Monday of every month. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL CHUKCII. 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 morn...

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. — 10 May 1895

A LAUGH IN CHURCH Bh sat on the sliding cushion, The dear wee woman of four; Her feet io their shiny slippers Hung dangling over the floor. She meant to be good; she had premised; And so, with her big brown eyes. She stared at the meeting house windows, And counted the crawling flics. She looked far up at tLe preacher; But she thought of the honey bees Droning away in the blossoms That whitened the cherry trees She thought of the broken basket, Where, curled in a dusky heap. Three sleek, round puppies, with fringy ears, Lay snuggled and fast asleep. Such soft, warm liodios to cv.M;o, Such queer little hearts to beat. Such swift, round tongues to kiss, Such sprawling, cushiony feet! She could feci in her clasping fingers The touch of the satiny skin, And a cold, wet nose exploring The dimples under her chin. Then a sudden ripple of laughter Kan over the parted lips. So quick that she could not catch it With her rosy linger tips. The people whispered. "Bless the child!" As each one wa...

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. — 10 May 1895

That Tired! SWEPT BY A CYCLONE. BEST IN Tnn WORLD. It is remarkable how many people there are who have That Tired Feeling end sc e n to think it is of no impor tance or that nothing need be done for it. They Mould not bo so careless if they realized haw really serious the malady is. lut they think or say "It will go off after a while." "We do not mean the legitimate wea riness which all experience after a hard day's work, but that all-gone, worn-out feeling which is especially overpower ing in the morning, when the body ihould be refreshed and ready for work. It is often only the forerunner of ner vous prostration, with all the horrible SAVED MOM NICOTINE Little Charley Foreman Us?tl To liacco Since Iiabyliood, and His Fa ther Smoked nrnl Chewed for the Past Twenty Years -Uoth Set Free at Asheville, N. C. "Is that true?" asked the News mnn at Polham's Pharmacy, as lie laid down a letter in the presence of a dozen inter ested customer.--. "Yes, it is. It was written here on one of ou...

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. — 10 May 1895

Van Wert... " Hibbard Items. We need rain badly. Mr. William Baker is improving slowly. Mr. Teter Listenberger and wife Sundayed near Donaldson. Grandma Banks left for Mich, last PEOPLE AND THEIR WAYS. In Germany the work3 of Sir Wal ter Scott are used as a school text book. It is said that Hiram Maxwell has xpenrte I S$5,000 on his flying1 ma- hme. A Paris florist chared the emperor Saturday to visit with her many friends 0f Russia $1,000 for a wreath ordered and relatives there. for the funeral of President Carnot Jas. M. Wilson was home with his n is stated that Thomas A. Edison family over Sunday. J" .al"ad expended nearly 81.000,- 000 in his experiments to find a corn Mr Lawrence Mosher, of Marmont, is mercial method of reducing low grade now a resident of Hibbard. ores by electricity. Mr. John Brumley, of La Torte, has Johns Hopkins, founder of the Johns been visiting his sister Mrs. John Banks "Pkins "J1"? 7 a, M?yn.2 " Quaker. He died a bachelor in 1873 for the past month. f...

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. — 17 May 1895

MSi HÄI IL Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 17. 1895. No. 31. t f i , -1 -5 4. i i Hew Hats at ALLMAN'S. New Suits at ALLMAN'S. New Shirts at ALLMAN'S. New Underwear at ALLMAN'S. LU X (I) Ll r LÜ I DC CO CD CO All the goods going at prices ( 0 J ID b Z I This isn't merely talk. Come to my place of business and judge for yourself. icycle Clothing a Specialty. Sincerely o o Mayer ONLY mm 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 l story frame house, good well of water, orchard, small barn and other out buildings. On Michigan road. Cheap, part cash balance on three years time. A 50-acre farm; 2 miles northwest of Plymouth, G acres wood land, balance well improved with good 12 story, 7 room house, cellar, cistern, well, good ...

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. — 17 May 1895

DJ (Cfjc Jnbcpcnöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMisher. PLY MO ITH. AN; Hoofs kötlacSo! TERRIBLE EVIDENCES OF ARME NIAN MASSACRES. Commissioners of the Great Powers Discover and Kxamine the Fitä Into "Which the IJodics of Scores of Vic tims Und Been Thrown. Butchered and Hurucd. ' The commission which has been investi gating the atrocities in Armenia traversed the devastated villages and arrived ut Jellygoozan. where 110 houses were found to have been burned. The people were sheltered in miserable huts. Ample proof was found of the truth of the stories told regarding the massacre of Armenians ami the fact that their bodies were thrown in large numbers into a pit. where the Turks endeavored to conceal their crime by pour ing barrels of petroleum upon the bodies end setting fire to the oil. The flames, however, failed to consume the mass and a stream was dammed and diverted from its course in order to wash away the half turned bodies. Hut even this failed to obliterate the terrible evidence a...

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. — 17 May 1895

AN HONEST DOLLAß. GOVERNMENT STAMP GIVES VALUE TO METALS. Money Issued by a Ucsponsiblc Gov eminent, Redeemable on Presenta tion, und with Full Debt-Puyins Power, Honest Money in Kvery "Way. Intrinsic Values. In those days when money metals are discussed and theories uro advanced looking to the adjustment ofdifTerences, for the establishment of new forms affecting the circulating medium, much is t:iid about Intrinsic values. The con clusion Is jumped at, or rather it is ac cepted as a self-evident fact, that gold has a certain intrinsic value and that silver has also a certain intrinsic value. These, however, vary relatively ac cording to certain laws of trade known as supply and demand. But what is it that gives to gold an Inherent, unchangeable, and, therefore, an intrinsic value? Chiefly the fart that it has been adopted by the com mercial world, we may say, directly in most cases, and indirectly in other cases, as the standard by which the value of Interchangeable commodities is...

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. — 17 May 1895

(LV3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth Post Office as second class matter. A.R.ZIMMKIIMAN,Eiitok am Pkoi-kiktor. Sl'HSC Kll'TION' l'HICE. One Year Six Months T3. It is reported that Queen Victoria will abdicate the throne on her seventy sixth birthday, May 21. CiKN. IIakkison left for Xcw York this week. It is said in political circles that this is very significant. The ex president has adopted this rule never to be interviewed upon the silver ques tion. It was a current question during the time that resumption was agitated, that the way to resume specie payment was to resume. It is now suggested that the way to have bimetallism is to have bimetallism. The report that President Cleveland sent 6500 to the father of three children at Decatur, Ind., is denied. It did seem rather fishy, when considering the large campaign fund that will be needed, to impress upon the minds of the jeople what an excellent business-like admin istration Cleveland gave us during his reign. A political party...

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. — 17 May 1895

Dje3nbepenbent D (I WILL HAVE A Special Shoe Sale, Commencing Saturday, May 18th, 1895, AND CONTINUING FOR TEN-DAYS. Examine Their Prices. CHURCHES. FIRST rKESBYTEUIAX CHUKCII. Henkv Makcoi-tk, Pastor, Regular Sunday morning service, 10:3. Regular Sunday even ing service, 7 :00. Sabbath school, 12:00. Junior Endeavor Society, 5:00 p. m. Senior Endeavor Society, 6:00 p. m. Prayer meeting every Thurs day evening at 7:30. Young Indies' Auxiliary Society Monday evening. Ladies' Soeiety.evejy Friday afternoon. Indies' Missionar Society, nrst eunestiay m eacn niontn. Lnoir meeting, Saturday evening. .John w. parks. Superin- tendent of Sunday school; Mrs. W 15. Outcalt, urganist. ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CHUKCII. Kev. L. A. Moexch, Tastor. Early Mass, 7:30 a. m ; High Mass, 10 a. m.; Catechecal In struction. 2:30 p. in.; Vespers, 3 p. m. Mass. every morning. 7:45. C. 11. L. meets first and third Thursday of every month. St. Pouiface Society, first Monday of every month. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL ...

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. — 17 May 1895

LIVE A HERO AND DIE A MAN. Bravely into the battle of life. Bravely into the rattle of strife, Enter, yc hearts that are noble and true, Doing the work you are fitted to do; Danger waits those who their duty would shun; He's safe who fcel3 sure that the field hall be won. j So rest not in zero, rise high as yen can; Lire like a hero and die like a man. Never as now were heroes required, Never as now the divinely inspired; The world waits for leaders to lead it along. In aid of the right and opposed to the wrong; It welcomes the poet who soars as he sings. And the word of the Lord which the true prophet brin.es. So don't be a Nero, all evil to plan. But live -ke a hero and die like a man. The cross needs uplifting to point men above. To tell them Cod lives full of mercy and love; That no söul need perish, redemption is near. Though yonder is heaven, the kingdom is here; That the true life that I lived is the living for others. For God is our Father and all men are brothers. So rest n...

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. — 17 May 1895

To many people Spring and its duties mean an aching head, tired limbs, and throbbing nerves. Just as tho milder weather comes, the strength begins to wane and "that tired feeling" is the complaint of all. Tho reason for this condition is found in the deficient quality of the blood. During the winter, owing to various causes, the blood becomes loaded with impurities and loses its richness and vitality. Consequently, as soon as the bracing effect of cold air is lost, there is languor and lack of energy. The cure will be found in purifying and en riching the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the greatest and best spring medicine because it is the greatest and best blood purifier. It overcomes that tired feeling because it the Prominently in the The Orang-Oiitanij. The nest of a orang-outang taken from a tree at Borneo has been placed in the Natural History Museum at Ber lin. Tlu nest, which was situated about thirty feet from the ground, in the crutch of a tree forty-live feet high and abo...

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. — 17 May 1895

Hibbard Items. Miss Mary Banks is very ill. Mrs. Chas. Estes was seen on our streets Sunday. Mrs. Geo. Listenberger is very ill at this writting. Mrs. John Davis visited with her par ents near Maxenkuckee, Sunday last. Mr. Jesse Erb and nephew Harry, counted the railroad ties between Ply mouth and Hibbard Sunday evening. Mrs. Ellen Uorros is suffering from a eevere attack of rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thompson, of Lincoln, Xeb., visited a few days last week, with their daughter, Mrs. J. L. Mosher. Ida and Estella Wilson spent Friday with Miss Lulu Carl, of Marmont. Mrs. (ieo. Nearpass and children, were visiting Mrs. M. E Wilson and Mrs. John Banks Tuesday and Wednes day, of last week. Mrs. Henry Listenberger is reported as being quite ill. Mr. Bert Stuck, of Elgin, 111., is vis iting his parents and friends in this place. Quite a number "of Hibbard ladies called on Mrs. John II. AVatson, last Sunday afternoon. Milton Hunt and wife, of Plymouth, Sundayed with Mrs. Hunt's parent...

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. — 24 May 1895

J h? IHlPlPMiPHT i Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, Fill DAY, MAY 24. 1895. Xo. 32. J , .5 ... : V '"" " i .) 1 ; -v i i i! r oo FOR A Good Wool Suit AT A! mam The Biggest Bargains in Clothing can be found in my big store. Mo Allman9 II KINDLY GIVE ME A CALL. 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 1J story frame house, good well of water, orchard, small bam and other out buildings. On Michigan road. Cheap, part cash balance on three years time. A 50-aere farm; 2 miles northwest of Plymouth, 0 acres wood land, balance well improved with good ) story, 7 rooni house, cellar, cistern, well, good apple and peach orchard, good bank barn and other outbuildings; price per acre, 15. A 50-acre farm, 1 miles south of city with all lirstcla...

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. — 24 May 1895

(D?c-3nbcpcnöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMislier. PLY MO JTH. i rrz INC AN; TO SATE THE SAILOES. AUMOMATIC DEVICE FOR CIOS ING BULKHEAD DOORS. Dünger of Depend inj; on Mcn As signed to the Task in Moments of Kxcitcincnt In to n Great Kxtcnt Obviated. Victoria Disaster a Warning Kvcr since the Victoria disaster, one of the must terrible fatalities in naval his tory, American naval officers have been giving much attention to the subject of bulkhead doors. It is now conceded that the unfortunate British battleshq filled and capsized by reason of failure to secure j ft speedy closure of the doors which are . intended to prevent the water from a coin- ; partment that may be crushed in from j sinking the ship. Adn.iral Bamscy, chief . of the United States Navigation Bi.renu, i caused experiments to be made to ascer tain whether it is not ioss'Me to effect the closure of all of the bulkhead doors auto- I i. i ; i 1 1 n .1 ......, .. ... : Ti,.. 4 1 ! OKI IO .t lljt Ul .1 moment 3 IIOIICC. X 11C...

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