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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 24 May 1895

SOUND MONEY CLOAK. MOST EAGERLY WORN BY THE CREDITOR CLASS. The People, the Majority of Whom Arc in Debt, Do Not Get th? Ilenclit of "FalUns Irizcs'-Mot. vcof the Cold lting in IS7o. AVc Arc a Debtor 'Nation. For a iii:i:i'er of years prior to 1ST.'! the output of tliL' inoiey metals was ample for the world's necessities. Tho products of labor. owing to this :ilun- la nee of money, were bringing good prices and all classes were happy ami content!. Tinier such conditions, the value of the loans of the large money -leiuünc houses of Lr.rope wen lecreas ing with every rise In priee. and they determined, to put a quietus upon it. Their in'lueiieo with the law-making bodies of the earth was supreme, and in obedience to their commands, si 1 vet was outlawed from the mints of most of the civilized nations of the globe, and thus was enormously raised th value f the immense sums which h:il Ikvii loaned to the world's producers. One most always hear in mind, to properly comprehend the relatio...

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. — 24 May 1895

CI?e3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth Post Office as sei-oml-clats matter. A.Ii.ZlMMKKMANKiiToit am Pkovkiktok. sri:( iuption riMci:. One Year Six Months Tin: sugar trust has advanced the price of sujrar, anil Mr. Ilavcmeyer is kept busy explaining the reason. YV. II. IIauyky's address before the Illinois Club in Chicago, was the ut terances of a patriotic American. Tin: chief thing which is bothering the democrats just now, and for that mat ter republicans too, is to decide of the "atness of their where," on the silver question. A (JliKAT deal of time has been spent to discover some remedy to exterminate the chinch bug. It now devolves upon the Ameiican people to discover some adequate and swift remedy to quash the gold bug. Tiik Wabash News, a populist paper, published by W. O. Shaffer, retired from the field of journalism last week. The 'ews stood up to the rack and fought for the populist party for seven months. The plant has been purchased by a syndicate, and a daily and week...

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. — 24 May 1895

Cfye3nbepenbent PD WILL IIAVK A Special Shoe Sale, Commencing Saturday, May 18th, 1895, AND CONTINUING Füll TEN-DAYS. Examine Their Prices. CHURCHES. rillST PKESIIYTEUIAN CIIUKCII. IIevhv Maikoi.tk. Pastor. Uvular Sunday morning service, lo::. Kejrular Stnulay even ing service, 7;. sabhath school, i-':. Junior Endeavor Society, ::() p. in. Senior Endeavor Society, 6.00 p. m. 1'raver meeting every Thurs day evening at 7:30. Young Ladies' Auxiliary Society .Monday evening. Ladies' Society, eve jy Fridav afternoon. Indies' Missionar Society, first YVetlnesdav in each month. Choir meetiiiir, Saturday evening, .lohn W. Park. SiijHrin tendent of Sunday school; Mrs. V. 1. Uutcalt, Organist. ST. MICHAEL'S CATHOLIC CIIUKCII. I:kv. L- A. Mokxch, I'astor. Early Ma?s, 7:3) a. m ; High Mass, in a. in.; Catechccal in struction. '2:W p. m.; Vespers, 3 p. in. Mass. every morning. Ti-tf. 0. II. I- meets first and third Thursday of every month. St. Jlonilace Society, first Monday of every month. 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. — 24 May 1895

t . J I v I k v i V THE NATION'S DEBT. 'JL score and a half ft score of years IIav passed since Sumter's guns awoke A Nation, answering with its cheers, And wreathed our land in battle smoke; And years of peace have healed the wounds That years of civil strife had wrought A Nation, one. through all its leounda - The blood of many freemen bought. They lie unnumbered where they fell. In forest dark, by winding river, Aud loving friends that place may tell To other loving friends, ah! never. Our mother earth her secret keeps And guards the secret dust she covers, Nor heeds the father's trembling lips, The mothers moans, the sigh of lovers. The millions that were held in thrall Now walk the earth with tinner tread, Ami, grateful, feel they owe their all To those brave hundred thousands dead And those who still survive to tell The tales of those dark days of war. And while they tell them feel the spell Of those dread scenes that come no more. We-meet to-day in peace and joy Without a car...

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. — 24 May 1895

J .ÄST'; ', lily How much they suffer when nervous, weak and tired. Nervous prostration is a lingering, racking, living death to those afllictcd, though w holly incomprehensible to oth ers. The cause of this condition is im pure and insufficient blood. Make the blood pure, give it vitality, and it will properly feed the nerves and make them strong. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures nervousness because it acts di rectly upon the blood, making it rich end pure and endowing it with vitality and strength-giving power. No other medicine has such a record of cures. Hlood Makes Pure Too Much System. "There Is too much system In this school business, growled Tommy. "Just boon use I snickered a little the monitor turned ine over to the teacher, the teacher turned me over to the prin cipal, and the principal turned me over to paw." "Was that all? "No. Taw turned mc over his knee." Indianapolis Journal. Shelley, in a letter to a friend, inti mates that "Queen Mab" was his best, but hints also that he ...

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. — 24 May 1895

PROGRESS AND INVENTION. The Pennsylvania railroad has 1,623 locomotives. Scientists predict that in a century there will be no disease not curable. An Italian scientist claims to have discovered and translated inscriptions in an heretofore unknown tongue in the heart of Abyssinia. Automatic machines have been da vised for use on a moving train, which mechanically record the condi tion of every foot of the track. A Baltimore man has hit upon a novel idea for a hearse. It is a two storied vehicle with a receptacle for a coffin in the upper part and the mourners are to ride balow as if they were in a stage. "With the completion pf the street railway line between Lowell and Haverhill, Mass., a line of forty-two miles is made, becoming" what is claimed to be the longest continuous street railway in the country. Mr. J. C. Sawer of Brighton, Eng land, thinks that cultivators of roses, as a rule, pay too much attention to tho color, form and size of roses, neg lecting the fragrance, which v...

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. — 7 June 1895

S . TJ Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, .JUNE 7.1895. No. 34. ML m Tf7Y TS TV TT,- 77S- Ii l i i i iii-- in r ki SJ iN' til III fff 1 III wkl I XA Iii M.V I Vr-d The new firm will begin on Decora tion day to sell every spring suit in their big store and any one looking for bargains will do well to carefully in vestigate the wonderfully low prices they are making on everything worn by man, youth, boy or child. Uli $12.00 AND $13.00 SUITS 10 GO II $10.00 fill 9.00 UND 10.00 SUITS TO GO AT 8.00 fill 7.00 ÄND 8.00 SUITS TO GO ÄT 6.25 Any suit marked less than S7.00 and more than 5.00, will go at $5.00 while this sale lasts. Satisfaction guaranteed, M. ALU & SON, One Price Clothiers and Merchant Tailors. Now is the time to get this article for your Cows and Horses. "We are selling stacks of it. It is as cheap as Mill Feed. Call and look over our stock of Groc ene They are complete. Telephone, No. 5i. ogarth JOHN S. BENDER. JACOB D. MOLTER." Real Estate Hustlers. Th...

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. — 7 June 1895

V ,1 AGAIN. Dome, gently breathing o'er the eager land, With fresh green grass that springs to kiss thy feet tfith little brooks that 6parkle in the i sand. Upril's faint shining, clouds both soft and I fleet, Uli the fair things that do thine advent i greet, Xlowcrs with their blue eyes still by snowdrifts wet. Booth winds and flying showers; all, all, how sweet, Let me forget! Bpill from thy white hands till the tender buds, An opal mist in every gray old tree; 3our from thiiie urn the rushing silver floods ffhat leap, and dance, and struggle to be free; Coax the pink May blooms to look up at ! thee, Tearless of stormy wind or frosts that fret; Enchantress, bring not back the past to me. Let me forget! MI? vrhPTi nil ihv rtp11s but hide a sting. TV'hen the wild blossoms in each fragile I , bell 'X lurking drop of bitter honey bring, ."When hills and forests one worn story tell. fWhen through the birds' new warble sounds a knell. When grief and sweetness are In all things met, JWhe...

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. — 7 June 1895

BUSHNELL TO LEAD. BEST IX TOE WOHLD. Tired Women Find in the blooJ purify in p, building-up qualities of flood's Sarsaparilla just "what they need. Mrs. Isa Grigg?, cf Ea nii, Texas, gives her experience be low : "I suffered a'raoft death with local troubles, which developed Into a very serious affect'on and made , a surgical opera tion, necessary. I was completely broken down, had numerous boils, and when I commenced taking Hood's JSarsa parilla I weighed only 112 pounds. Now I weigh over 123 pounds and am in letter health than fcr the pist fifteen years. Formerly I was covered with eruptions ; now my skin is clear. I can truly say Hood's Sarsaparilla has no equal for poor run-down women. Every one remarks abotit how well I am looking." Mrs. Isa Grksgs. Hnnri'c Oil 1c ct harmoniously with I 1UUU 2 älii: jjooU'a Sarsaparilla. 2öo. Tougli liittlc Kpicure. A New York boy who was sent into the country by the fresh-air fund last Bummer was confronted, after a lusty dinner, by a generous...

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. — 7 June 1895

d?e 3nbepenbent Enteret! at the Plymouth Post Oltiee as svoml ci;is inatUT. A.KZIM.MKKMAN.Kiutoi: M Pkoikiktoh. si n-ciMi'TioN i'i:i( i:. One Year $1.. Six Monilis T.". MADE BY LAW. The Ixui:pi:m::nt in tl.c future in tends to give its readers, an article as often as advisable uin the tinaneial question. There articles we propose to give without comment, leaving the peo ple to judge the arguments put forth for themselves. The following is from a Marshall county man, who will de bate the question with any single stand ard advocate. Mr. J. W'iekizer, of Ar gos, is the writer, and the following ar ticle appeared in the I'atriot Phalanx, of Indianapolis. May :'.!th. "The absorbing qiu-st ion now agitat-j ing the inii'ds of our i-c-ople, as well as the minds of the other gold standard j nations, is: Which :s the greater evil, continue the single gold standard or go back to bimetallism as we had it before ist:j ? The writer has carefully, earnestly and praen.i" stu-.Lju eei. leaaue j of t...

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. — 7 June 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent AT PLYMOUTH, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1895, A Special Sale of f? THE FIRM OF (I Will begin a Special Sale of Clothing for Men and Boys on the above date and continue same for fifteen days. Get their prices. It will pay you. CIIUICIIIC. riKST i K:sr,YTKi:i.YX ciii'iair. JIknky Maüi'oti k, l:tr. lN'uIar Sun.lay rooming serviee, l'::... Weiru'.ar Suii'lay eveu in stTvi'-c. T:-'.!. SaM-atli school. Y2:W Junior KiiiU-aver SiK-iftv, .".: i. in. Senior Kiideavor N'OH tv. C:: j. in", l'rayr meeting every Thur riay evVnini; at 7:3i. Vounu bailies' Auxiliary Society .Mi'inlay evtiiiiiir. L;iI;es" Society, every Fri'lav :uteriinin. Ladies' Missionary society, lirr-t VVeilncbv in each month. C hoir meeting, Satnr.Iay evening. John V. I'arks. Superin tendent of Sunday school; Mrs. W. P.. Ontcait. Cn::uil-t. hT. MICIIAhlS CATHOLIC CIUKCH. ;kv. L. A. Moi nch. Pa-tor. burly Ms 7:3u r.. in ; lii.Ji .Mas, lo a. in.; (ateeheca! In struction. '::;) . in.; Ve-per-, 3 p. m. .Mas;, e very morniic...

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. — 7 June 1895

A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PLYMO JTH. ind am;. TEICHINJ IN pork: CONDEMNED CARCASSES NOT SENT TO THE VATS. Tlie Secretary of Agriculture Has No Tower to Prevent Their Peine Sold in Local Markets, but Can Prohibit Their Importation. Much Pork Infected. It is said at the Agricultural Depart meat that there is no truth iu the publish ed reports that pork examined microscop ically for oxiiort to Germany and France mid found to contain trichinae is stamped by the inspectors ns free from disease and so transported ami sold in interstate com merce trade. Farly in February Secre tary Morton ordered all pork found to be affected with trichinosis tanked, but later it was decided that the present law did not give the Secretary this authority. The enforcement of the order was therefore lostponed until July 1, when the new law goes into effect. It is doubtful if the law will give the Secretary the necessary pow er and it is probable the only relief must come through the local authorities unless...

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. — 7 June 1895

THE MODERN DOLL Aß. WHO OWNS IT AND WHAT IT BUYS. A Gold S'andard Is Made Possible at a Frightful Cost to the Producer Significant Figures In a Senate Document Laushlin's Bray. Gold Supply Inadequate. It is generally conceded that the ag gregate of all classes of American debt Leid abroad is five billions of dollars, and that the interest ou this amount, Avhich must be paid in gold, reaches ; 2-J3.000.000 annually. In 1S02 the world produced $19,C0ö,00ö In silver, and $130,817,000 In sold. Deducting 40 per cent, used in the arts and sciences, we have left for money purposes only $10(5,15 1,000. With the output of both gold and silver for the whole earth ag gregating only $197,000,000, how can we pay annually to Europe $J'J.",000,000 in gold? Surely no one would advise a new bond issue every time the interest fell due; even a Zulu would stand aghast at such a proposition. Iiut how are we to pay this interest? It is a seri ous question, and touches the very life of the American people...

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. — 7 June 1895

KNOWS 3.000 NAMES AND FACES Sherlock Holmes Starting the Elevator In the Tostal Telegraph Buildln?. Jim Lovett, the elevator starter in the Fostal Telegraph building, at Broad way and Murray street, has succeed ing in mastering the names of the 3,000 people who work in the offices there. Lovett's feat would be remarkable un der any circumstances, but is particu larly so in this case, because the build ing has been open only a few month.-, and up to a week or so ago new tenants were coming in daily, each tenant bringing with him three or four clerks, says the New York Sun. Among the people In the building Lovett is known as the walking directory. Clerks, book keepers, stenographers and typewriters, as well as the ISO men and girls em ployed In the company's operating room, are all known to him, and in most cases he is able to give an accurate de scription of any of them. There are a couple of dozen John Smiths, and no end of William Joneses, to say nothing of a string of Crowns and W...

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. — 14 June 1895

flmPNiT Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 14. 1895. No. 35. Why Not Buy your Clothing Of the Cheapest Clothing House in Plymouth. 1. 1 I WALL PAPER I have a large line of New Patterns of 1895, that I offer at very low prices in other words, I defy competition. I will do your work by the job at as low prices as guaranteed work can be done. Prices range from 5 to 20c per roll of 8 yards. REMNANTS ONE-HALF PRICE. Will bring sample book to your houses for selection of designs. W. M. KENDALL, 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 l1 story frame house, good well ot 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 Plymou...

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. — 14 June 1895

V (D?e3nfrcpeitöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PLYMOUTH. ind an; MEXICO'S MINE TAX. DESIGNED TO REGULATE THE MINTING OF METALS. Heavy Los to the Philadelphia and Reading One Man Killed in the Wreck Rough Experience of Kob Young, Suspected Incendiary. To Control Mexico's Mines. C. L. Tompkinson, an American resi dent of Mexico, interested in mining there, in explaining the new regulation concern ing the taxation of mines in that country, said at Washington that it grew out ot the fact that the Mexican Government had recently decided to resume control of the mints. It appears that the mines have for several years been leased to private individuals who, while they have charged a mintage tax, have put it on a somewhat different basis from that proposed by the Government. The charge for minting gold and silver has been almost 4V per cent, while the Government has collected in addition a tax of .01 of 1 per cent, mak ing in all a tax of over 5 per cent to be paid by Mexican mine owners h...

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. — 14 June 1895

THROUGHTIIEIRHATS GOLDITE ORGANS GABBLE INDIS CRIMINATELY. 6how What Tlicy Don't Know About Silver Coinage Inconceivable Debts of the World Where Silver Was Stabbed -Silver Ilclpa Mexico. The Crime of 1SS3. And now the Chicago Tribune starts In to babble of "the crime of 1SÖ3." Under this head it devotes a half col umn of it. editorial space to what might with more propriety bear the heading. What I don't know about sil ver eoinajio. The basic statement of the article is, to quote the exact language of one of the two or three statements t j the same effect, that "the coinage act f February, lSTtf. abolishes the privi lege previously accorded to holders of silver to have their metal coined into halves, quarters, dimes, and half dimes." This is not true. The free coinage of subsidiary money had not been en joyed by the silver owners of this coun try for about nineteen years, when the act of 1SVJ was passed. Whether our contemporary blundered through ignor ance, or was guilty of a deli...

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. — 14 June 1895

CCI?e3nbepenbent Entered at tlie Plymouth Post Office as seeoiul class matter. A.I:.ZIMMKI:MAN.Kiitoi: am Pkoi-kiktok. One War Six Months 7.".. Wi: wonder if Mr. Pullman has heard anything about that löj er cent, increase in wages in the Carnegie steel works? Tin: leaders of the populist party de clare emphatically that they will not go over to the silver wing of the demo cratic party. lr inoiionjt'tallisiii is unsafe and wrong on a silver basis, ly what parity of reason can it Le safe and right on a i:"M basis Tavi.oi:. the absfoimding treasurer of .uth Dakota, is on his way back honi-j to give himself up. Of coiue tl.eni'Uu-y hestoleis imi accompanying him. Tin: lawyer. .Joseph Climate; who was co;;:.c;l for the appellants in the in c n.e ta ca.-e, received a fee of ."rKV i i i kin'ckiüg the law :::to smither- Now that the income tax has been k:."ckcd out, there is plenty of w;k for the staticians to calculate how n:;u-!i revenue it would have product d for the nation. In the silv...

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. — 14 June 1895

(Ef?e3nbepenbent AT PLYMOUTH, SATURDAY,! JUNE 1, 1895, A Special Sale of ft THE FIRM OF DU i "Will lxu'in I Special Sale of Clothing for Men and -Hoys on the above date and continue same tor fifteen days. Get their prices. It will TVtV von. CIIUKCIIICS. fii:st ri:i:.-r.YTKi"iAX ( iit ucir. IIknp.v Mai: ottk. r;tr. Üeirul.-ir SuikI.iv TT-crtis service, Vt-.w. Keular Snmlay erm ine service. 7::. Sallath school, Y2:i. .Junior Knueavor Society, ":: j. in. Senior Kmleavor Society, ;:öi ji. in", l'raycr iri--tiii;r every Thurs day even'-iis at 7:T.'. Venns I.:nii-s' Auxiliary Society Monday cvenim:. Ladies Society, every Fru'.av afternoon. ladies' Missionarv Society, first Wednesday in each month. Choir meeting. Saturday evetnir. .lohn V. Parks. Snjterin tecrier.t'ef Smidav school; Mrs. V. P.. utealt. Orgai.t. sr MiriiAi.is catholic ciickcil Ktv. I.. . Miikncii, I'ator l'arlv Mass T:?C a. ::: ; llili Mas 1 a. m.; Catechecal In structlc. 2 : ho i. tu.: csiers. : n in. M iss. iikI ever", ro...

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. — 14 June 1895

PRISON 'PHILOSOPHY. 5e following is one of a number of poema written by a convict in an English prUon: I cannot take my walks abroad, I'm under lock and key; And much the public I applaud For their kind care of me. The honest pauper in the street Half naked I behold; Whilst I am clad from bead to feet, And covered from the cold. Thousands there are who scarce can tell Where they may lay their head; Bot I've a warm and well-aired cell, A bath, good books, good bod. While they are fed on workhouse fare And grudged their scanty food, Three times a day my meals I get, Sufficient, wholesome, good. Then to the IJritish public health. Who all our care relieves. And while they treat us as they do, They'll never want for thieves! LITTLE LENA. LONG the banks of the great Mis sissippi Ulvcr. from the head of navigation to the Gulf, the traveler may see a great number of white posts with a dia moml s h a p c 1 board fastened at YfhQ top, to whio! :L-r Lfflis securely locke h cod a square lanter...

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