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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

( li 11 11 11 Vol. If. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, 'WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 189G No. 41. Weekly Iedepeedeet WHITE CAP" XOTIDE MOSES BURKEYPILE RECEIVES AN ANONYMOUS LETTER. So in o it rally Frllow Semis Him a Notice hecause lie Weill n MewallV lloinl WaiNs llhn tu l!iuioe Hi Nhiiic Therefi urn. Last Monday Moses Burkeypile, of Bourbon, received a white cap notice, with all the paraphernalia pertaining to cross-bones ami skull. Th reason of couseis because he went on the bond for Samuel Stewart, who was in jail for the killing of lohn Swoverland. The letter read like this: "Will give you till Saturday morning to go and take your name oil Sam Stewarts bond paper, or you will be white capped. You can't make laws lor this country and we don't want you in our town that bad. on had better make peace. Spite don't w ork." The above was written on a folded piece of paper and written with a black lead pencil. Mr. Burkeypile, when he received this little note, immediately gave evidence of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

Cfyc3n&epcnbcnt Publisher and Propde'ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. PßlSOX FOß A YEAR. SUPREME COURT SUSTAINS THE MEACOWCROFT SENTENCE. Inst Tay the Penalty for Criminally Handling Money Crime of a Ilmtal Assassin in Uhio-Chicaao ISurglara Cleverly Caught While at Work. The Mcadowcroft Case. Several pinions of importance wore handed down by the Illinois Supreme Court late Saturday night. Chief anion? them is the decisiou Mistaking the verdict rendered in Judge Rrentano's eoiirt, sentencing Frank R. . and Charles J. Meadowcroff, of Chiracs to one year each in the penitentiary. The verdiet was rendered Dec. 14. ls'.t. since whi h time the Meadowcrofts have hen out on bail pending the final derision of the Supreme Court. The leeisi.ni is especially important, as it establishes the constitutionality of the linking law under which they were convicted, thus being the first ease under that law in this .Sttxte. The ease was a b-ng and bitterly fought n "The Meadowcrofts were convi-t-d o...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

r MARKET QUOTATIONS. Chica;:o Cattle, common Ui prime, $."!.rio to 4.75; hogs. shipping grades. ::.im to -S .": sheep, fair to choice, to $4.m; wheat. No. L red. Clc to C.-V; irn. No. I'V to IT.'e: oats. No. L'. ISc tj l'.'c; rye. N. -. Ö7e t ÖNc; butter, hohe creamery, J(c to Jc; es, fresh, JV to lie: potatoes. ht bushel, l.V to !!.'; broom .orn. to $1. per ton for common to choice. In.li.ni.il... Iis Cattle, stiippinz. $o.00 to 84..": J...-. cJioico li'!ir. .:;.h to ."M-: sheep, common to prime. $-.00 to $.".".; wheat, .v... J. esc to coin. No. 1 white. l'N; to ;c; oats, No. 1 white, ÜoV to Jlc. Sr. Louis-Cattle. .$:;.h to $4.70: h .;;. S."'..' to M INI; wheat. No. - ft'.!. 71' to Tl.. : corn. No. "J yellow. "Jt;- t "J7c: outs. N . white, lv'tu 11..-: rye. No. "J. o7c to 'in. -in i;t r 1 ittle. to S hos. S::.n ti. sheep. ..r to S4.H: wi'r.-it. No. J. 7lV to 71c; corn. No. -lux.-d. ;,. als. No. 1! mixed, "-'lc t "J::.-: rye. N... J. 41- to 4.".e. T'etroit-Cattle. S2.."ii to .54.7."...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

Cf?c3nbcpenbent ZIMMERMAN & S.MITH, Propr's. A.D. SMITH, General Manager. Office. Corner Garro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. Si: 111 KIITION riJK K. On Year, Siv Months. One Yt-ar. cali. Six Months, rash. Three Months, cah, IVrCopy, ."" 1.14 .OA Filtered at tlie post ottk-e at Plymouth, Imliana, as matter of the seeoml clas. ANMVKKSAKIKS MAUL' 1 1 -S. On this date, 1512, M argaret Davy was boiled to death. In HVsl Charles II, of England, dissolved parliament. In isol occurred the battle of Alexandria. In 1SÖ1 war against Kussia was declared by Kngland. In the United states grand jury found a new bill of indictment against Jefferson Davis, at Richmond, Va. mahcii 31. Francis Joseph Haydn was born on this date, 1732. He was a composer. Francis I of France died in 1517. Ludwig Feethoven,the composer died in 1S27. John C. Calhoun died in 1S50. Charlotte Uronte (Mrs. Nieholls) died in 1SÖ5. John (!. Saxe died in 1VS7. 1771 marks the passage of the liostori Fort bill, f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

I There Will lie a Special Sale of Men's and Hoys' Suits at the MODEL During the Month of ui;r i wes iki.Mi Tins üki:t salil. .t Hi i ii-T -x!.! trii'tl lor ci-li. u not , v;nit ni t ; tin1 osv(' MM:iiuid l tltosiw Im tl.i a ei i'ili' lii,i.ii''. i Inn .iii trade w illi ii ii ?! ri- in Ji-tin ii ii' ImiikI i -! lit- t r i'Vfi'j !:i r n-diiinu. ;m j :id"deitv lN--:.-.-t i tiit . j RYAN & JOSEPH. 1'IOJ.I Ut'l Tilt' Model. lllll'lltll. lnl. (Ll?c3nbepcnbcnt Wi:i.FIAV, Al'WII. 1, OPTMtATIC NOTr. "At eijht o'clock the orchestra was mnidlv tilling up." Life's LOCAL 1JI1EV1TIKS. From Saturday's Daily. Urag soap, l-4 lbs. for "n at Leonard's. Miss Alice Place returned home from Bremen today. (Jene Marshall has secured a position at the Novelty works. John Overmeyer, of Ilibbard, was a Plymouth visitor today. Jas. L. Mosher, of Maxenkuckee, is visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. D. L. Moore announces her Laster opening, April 2 and :t. Pete Miller, who has been at Mishawaka, re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

FLOWERS FOR EASTER bcTENT TO WHICH THEY ARE USED IN CHURCH. Kinds of Floral Iicauties that Are Most Employed -Potted Plant the Correct Knstcr Prcscnts-SuRKestiona that May He Helpful in Various Ways, ( - iiSeSIra?: of Honors S3 IS' Mir' L Variety in Decoration. ASTER i the time The fes- hich is in some respects iue greatest iu the calendar of the Christian Church, typifying, as it does, the risen Christ, conies ia the early spring, when nature, free J from the pressure of the snows anil frosts of winter, is making an ffort to show her gratitude for balmy air and warm Minshiue. She sends forth her en r best and most beautiful lloral treasure, and they have the freshness and rigor of youth nnd the fragrance that ge with the first blossoms. The dainty and fragrant violet is then at its best, and the aruo is true of other tlowers that might Le named. The observance of Easter by the churches calls for the .np!oymcnt of a large number of flowers in the decorations of alrars and chancel ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

THE COTTON BOLL WEEVIL. European Debts. According to the latest statistics, the public debts of the European nations aggregate 23,320,(M"iOf.K.0. or about 04 per capita for the whole population. The heaviest per capita Indebtedness. $K'0, is in Portugal. France comes next with J?l.".". England's rate is about $100. Switzerland is the smallest. .VÖ. All About "Western Tann Lands. J The 'Corn licit" is the name of an illus trated monthly newspaper published brj the Chicago, Burlington and tjuinej It. II.; It aims to L'ive information in an interests An Idle Scavenger. Tte bowels act the part of n scavenger. Inasmuch as iLey remove much of tbe debris, the waste t-ffete matter of the system. When ther prow Idle, neglectful of duty, it Is of the utmost Importance that they should be Impelled to activity. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters effect! this desirable object without prlpIng them like a drastic purgative. The Litters Id also efficacious for malaria, bilious, dyspeptic and kidney troubl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 1 April 1896

HEYOND 1'KAISE. Itoscius P.ut you haven't pot. a word of praise for anyone. I should like to know who you would consider a finished writer? (Vit ions A dead one, my boy a dead one. fundi. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Jas. Urink went to Atwootl today. J. II. Gardner went to Argos this morning. Dr. Smith left for Terre Haute this morning. C. A. Clull' was a Culver City visitor yesterday. YV. li. Kyle, of Tyner City, was in town today. Picketed lleets, ready for table, at W. E. Leonard's. .Harry Corbin transacted business in Uourbon today. J. M. Cummins was a South l.end visitor yesterday. Dr. Viets went to Ilourbon today on professional business. The awnings are rapidly assuming their summer position. J no. Wiltfongand Kev. L. S. Smith went to South liend today. The Valparaiso Messenger says their county jail has not an inmate. Jas. South, cf Maxinkuckee, is in town today attending business. Irvin Seiler and sister, Lou, of liremen, were in our city yesterday. The Salvation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

ledepeed. emu Vol. If. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 189 No. 42. 'S Weekly A. 11 XL A HOLD-UP. i itit inm TiiU ; Au Kxeitiiii; Tim Over at Mo ruin There was a hold-up and robbery on the west -bound train on the 1 O. early Wednesday, and there would probably have been a genuine train robbery to chronicle had the gang not been captured at Bremen. The par-I ticulars, as near as can be learned, are about as follows: i Five hobos, heavily armed, boarded j the train at (Jarrett, as it is believed, with the intention of "holding the train ; up" between Uremen and Walkerton. Just after leaving Harrett a passenger stepped out of the sleeper onto the platform, ana ere he was aware of the danger he was in a revolver was thrust in his face and he was ordered to throw up his hands. They then proceeded to systematically rob him, taking his money, watch and overcoat, and then threw him oil' the train. Fortunately he was not seriously hurt although he laid stunned for some ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, IIIDIANA. SMOTHERED IX BED. BROOKLYN FIRE BRINGS DEATH TO TEN. Unable to i:capc Half n Score of Italian llccuio "ins a Tenement I5uillin;j Die Like Hats in a Trap-Hold 3Iisroiiri Train Kobbcry. Suffocated by Smoke. Ten pi rsotis p'rish'l by suffocation in n r.r.k!yu tenement house Wedae-day. All nut tlt-at h ly suffocation. Tin bodies of some f them were badly burned. The lire starteei in the lower hallway of üc building, which is a four-story tenc-uu-nt. in I liinii street, aii'l before tin' sleeping truants could ! warned f their danger all escape was nit tl". The section f lh city w'li'iv this terrible lisaster "--urrd is n.-ar the water front. The majority of the residnfs am Italians of thepoorer clas aii'l they form the biggest (nl.uiy of their rai in Hrooklyn. The firemen suveded in ge-tting tin- lire tinker control after a short time. There were many exciting incidents. One man. sit Italian, whose name is unknown, jumped from a window in the third s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

MAUKirr OIOTITIONS. Chicago r.ittl. ni : prime. $:;.."() to ?1.7."i: li -'-. 1 1 ti r grades. .5: '..no to ülifit. s ii-if. s--to -Sl.Oo; wl;-;it. No. - :-d. '- to u'U-; com. No. II. -Sc to 2V: o.it. N . J. l'At.. o-: rye. No. 'J. r . butter. . h .ice creamery. 't.- t : cgg. fresh, tic to lit-; p.tatoes. per b;iIie!. 1.V to broom t orn. to 4." per t :i for common t choice. Indianapolis Cattle. !ii;pi;nr. $.'.on t J?t...O; hogs, choice lUht. S.:.oo t 4.2n fle-cp. t-oinmou to prime, SU.oo r J 4. H ; wiiiMt, No. 2, C,7e t- ': corn. No. 1 wVite. L'So to ::uc; .Mt. No. - white. -"vSt. Iridis Cattle, b. $4.7.": hogs. ::.m) to $4.oo; wheat. No. 2 red. "If to 7:..-: corn. No. 2 yellow. ivH- . -J7-: oats. N .. Ü whit.-. PSc to rv. No. 2. .".Co to Ijti: Pim-Jr-nat: Cattle. .:'...". r.. Sl.öii; hogs. ::. ff ;., S1.ÖO; sheep. SL'.Ö' to .S1.0O: wl'i-.if, N.. 1 7-e to 7."I.-: crn. No. 2 loeil. :;tlc to Ö1V; oats. .. '' mixed. 'jOc 1 -.--V; rye. No. 2. .'IP.- f 4L-. Detroit-Cat tie. -." r-. S1.7Ö:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

(EI?e3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAX SMITH, Propr's. A.D. SMITH. General Manager. Office. Corner Oarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. srilM'i:ilTMV lMJK'K. One Year. Six Months. One Year, cash, Six Months, rash. Three Months, cash, Ter Copy, - $!..'. .75 l.ou .CO .:f .03 Kute'ed at the xst offlce at I'lyniouth. luliana. as matter of Che second class. The senate has passed a bill allowing Indianapolis S2,U00,0U0 for a public building. MiaaMMalBH Qr ay, of 1'ennsylvania, is seriously contemplating giving his assistance to Heed of Maine Dklkcjates from little Massachusetts seem to have a desire to pucker up their noses at Major McKinley. They have a right, of course, to believe they are leaning upon the Mainfe) Iteed of the republican party. Wiulk the Keed contingency is gloating over the position occupied by him on the financial issue in the past, it is only presenting evidence that will prove to be his death knell as a presidential candidate. The silver element in the republican party wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

CI?e3nbcpenbcnt SAU KDAY, Al'KIL 4, IVJti. T1IK t'ALLKK'S HYPOCRISY. 1 i Esc tell Mistress--What did von ladies who just called? liridcet Oi told them that not in. mum. .Mistress And what did they Kay? liridqvt "How fortiuit," inuui.Lesli. s eklv. association was elected as a membrr of the lioyal Xetemlogical society of (i lasgo w. Dr. IJ. W. S. Wiseman, of Culver City, was in this city today on business. The doctor is recovering from a bad case ot "grip." A. K. Dickinson purchased a Smallev wheel yesterday. lie was in love with the wheel at first sight, and immediately became the owner of one. W. K. Hunch leaves today for Itoanoke, llunington county. Ind., to reside lie has had charge of the poor house for about eight or nine years. Mrs. Mary Kinsel, who has been vis iting for some time with her daughter, I Mrs. r.Iijah Stansbury, returned to her ; home at Mentone this nioining. tiln. j llrad.'ey s utliwo; tli left this morning j young Americans of our city to be fol-1 with Mrs. C....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

DCTTIE'S GARDEN. I'm g'..;': that Spring-time's coming Winn the lays art warm. When the 'Winter-time is over With its snow and storm; "Cause i a pa has promise.! That he will make for mi? The cutest little garden That ever you did see. "And wLen papa has made it I'll give it lots of care. And raise the mostest flowers And pive them everywhere. I'll sf-rid you all a violet, A pansy Mid a rose. And buttercup and daisy. And . very kind that g-rows. "And must plant some other things The kind that's good to eat. So we an help the ioor folk. Who iive on our hark street. And when my garden's finished, You all must come and see It growing in the little ho I 'a pa has made for me." -Womankind. T II LEE is a cardinal number, and is th" sum of two and one, or is one more than two. The name of this inimlifT !: the Sanscrit language is Tri. The Polish. Russian. Ilokemian. Welsh, Irish aiid Caelie languages all have this form Tri. probaLly from the Sanscrit, and this form serves as a prefix in hu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

0 1 Snrpriseil thf liord. Tho i-nmiii;; of the templar Uniclit reminds Spicer of an inc-iuVnt that oecurrotl wIhmi he was an active nieinKv of Ii Molay. Tin co;iini:iiuliry had an outing, and the culminating point was a lia liquet, of course. Sir Knight Spicer hail seated himself for a quiet time, when, to Iiis horror, a messenger whispered in Iiis ear: "Sir Kniirht Sper, the eminent prelate is absent. Will you kindly invoke the divine Mess in. SV" Mrs. Susan Spicer said: "Seth, you are never rohi? to do tbatr IUrt Seth did. and. as he sat down, paid to Mrs. Spicer: "Did not that astonish youV" And Mrs. Spicer, with that crushing effect which all women have, said: "It did not astonish me, Seth, hut I think it must have astonished the Lord." The 1 iota nie jcarden. of the Jardin des riant es includes about seventy acres. The plants ate all labeled with red labels, medicinal, reen for alimentary, yellow for ornamental purposes, Mue for art rnd Mack for poisonous plants. MOTHERS MUST G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 4 April 1896

A DUBIOUS COMPLIMENT. Bnodgrass This horse of mine is ah most a.s smart as I am. Cumso And yet people &ay that the horse is an intelligent animal. To I at?. Itl KK OAK. March 3u. Mrs. IJertha Johnson, made :i business trip to Plymouth, .Saturday. Mrs. Thomas Clifton was the guest of Mrs. O. 13. Miller, Saturday evening. Miss Orpha McFarlaiul visited with the Misses Lottie and 1'va Paddock Sunday. Ceorge Maxey and family, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob McFarlatid, Sunday. Mrs W. K. Wilhelm and Mrs. Clifton were the guests of Mrs. Jacob JJurns, Friday. Mrs. O. li. Miller, has been soliciting ail for her widowed sister, of Cedar lake. We understand that quite a liberal donation was given. Dr. Chas. Loring and wife, of Rochester, Sundayed with S. C. Loring, and Mrs. J. J. Crumley, of this place. Miss Kdith JJrownlee, of Maxinkuckee, was in our town Friday. She is trying to get up a subscription school for the summer, we think it would be quite a help to the pupil's, and wis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 8 April 1896

1 depeed emu Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, APRILS, 18 No. 4I. Weekly eeto i J 4 ailing. l ew words in the Knglish language have so great significance as the word waiti g, and few whose significance is so universally felt. It touches the j town in some other direction. It was loftiest intellect, and is fell no less by I afterwardiedrned that Mcdrew is wantthe humblest and most ignorant. J.ifejed at riymoutli for croocked transacts made up or waiting. V wait with ! tioti. Üochester Saturday Kepublican. tired brain and weary body for the tall- j It is learned here that Sl-) of Mcing of the shades of night which shut i tirew's money was obtained m this city out the turmoil of the day and wrap j on a forced check, purporting to have the world in peaceful similiters. Watch-i been signed by Theo. Cres-sner, which ing by racked the sick-bed of a friend bv suffering we wait for the rosy dawn that shall dispel the shadows that grow more wend as the night wanes. We wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 8 April 1896

BISMARCK IS XOW 81 AWFUL CLOUDBURST. NATIONAL SOLONS; TIME HONORS AND SPARES THE i TEN LIVES ARE LOST IN KEN REVIEW OF THEIR WORK AT WASHINGTON. IRON CHANCELLOR. TUCKY. pl5:cuiii. Ü.'DLU.'A (Tbc 3nfcepenfccnt ZI.M.M Ki;.MA. V SMITM, f'u'-ai;e.cr rr ti Prr;: o ors 5 N K ALL BUSINESS IS DEAD CUCAN REBELLION HAG PAHALYZED TR ADZ. Kncrnons S Ii rlnU.mc in tlic Crrp of Fu.ir -IV.ilnrc-! and Liabilities for the First Quarter :f This Year-Carlisle Stej;a Out. II lis in es in Cuba J Ptaunant. A spvlai ;?!.:. frua Havana. Cuba. Fays: 'life t;al aauui:: f s::;';ir n:a!e :u Cuba This year will : d ex ('l lö'U'tens. The n-rmal crop is about !.'.- (KM t ( . i: -i. Tals eaor.n.ee.s .ir.i'.hage means, i: ;s s;!;.i.i; !. a n; us y i.s .: $0...h .(;!; i. The i.-!a'- cnp will be grvally dlminlsa d. u.h.r pr .!;. -:s .!' the is'::;:! h:d in.:!, gauy a:.d c:-d..r -tiro i j-.t -. : -ally i: r t be had. Fes.:;t .-; is propra:.1. N . : 1 : i ni: is being !..:: oa the Stock Fxehauge ami the Pradu. e Fxhang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 8 April 1896

MAKXET ni'OTATIONS. fhi.-.i'.. f'aff.e. common to prime, $::.. to S4.7Ö: hogs. ; ii I n -r grades. ?;;m r, 4 sheep, fair to choice. S'J..'"0 tu sI.ih; wh.ar. X,. -j red. ;V to ft.'ic: corn. N... 1. L'v to ill.-; oats. No. lbv to 1', ; rye. No. ;'..",. t "('..: butter, choice ( if.iir.i-ry, bc 12 1 -: eggs, fresh. 1 t 11-: potatoes, per buhel. löc to -."; iii'.i-.iii -iri!. S'Jo to l.t per ton f.r .zu :i! . : iiu'rc. In kanap hs-Catilc. shipping. -SIJM p, .S'.öo; h . t-i,, :,. light. S'boo to xiJö: sh--p. - -i::.:..:i to irliii. 8-. to .!.: wheat. No. r,,- f., 7n, ; corn. No. 1 w !::. -. : ::ov; oats. No. ' white. 22to 1 I. . Sr. I.'i-iN -Cattle. .::. to si.Tö: hogs. s::.ih ?o si.ui; wheat. No. 2 red. 71- t To.-: .- .::. No. 2 yellow. IT..- to '-'Te; oats. No. .viil:.-. IV- to F..-; rye. No. i to .i i :. ";:: ;.'!! it! - Cattle. S."!.."U toSbiO: i -gs. s.l.oo ; sl.'Jö; shep. SU.Öt to SI.ik; wie-ar. No. 2. 7'Jc to 7.".: corn. No. -in:..-.:. :: 'oöiV; oats. No. ' mi.v.-.l. to rye. No. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 8 April 1896

(Ef?e3nbepenfcent ZIMMERMAN SMITH. Propr'a. A. D. SMITH, General Manager. Office, Corner Oarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. sriJsClill'TIOX I'ltlCE. One Year, Siv Months. One Year, easli. Six Months, rash. Three Months, cah. Per Copy, .03 Entered at the ist otllce at Plymouth. Iu.Hana, as matter of the second class. WHY WK AUK IM-1 KT A I. LISTS. It i said by some of our friends that they cannot conceive why so many people are becoming bi-metallists. We would say to our single standard friends that there are many reasons why they are becoming favorably impressed with the double standard. The Independent is in favor of a double standard, and in its position honestly and fearlessly will advocate what we believe to be right fur the masses, standing above any party issue. Now, a great many may desire to know why we believe this to be right; for, when a newspaper decides in taking a position on any issue, if it is honest, it must produce evidence to show why it takes that positio...

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