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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 8 April 1896

(LI?c3nbcpcnbent Wkuxksoay, Ari:ii. 3, UVEKSTKAINED HIMSELF. Suuttly No, I'm not very well, you know, l'vt thought once or twie lately. Topsy (iood prao'ous! And then you wonder why you're ill. You shouldn't do such reckless thinps.oue. LOCAL KUEYITIES. From Saturday's Dally. The farmers are busy preparing to sow oats. John Flate, of Teegarden, was in our city today. Charlie Fhilipps is having an attack ot lagrippe. Karnest Shultz will leave for his home at Michigan City today. Henry Jarrell, of Tyner. was in the city today, greeting old friends. Lemuel Littleton and Anderson Yost of Argos, were in town today on business. Mrs. Quails, of Argos, mother of Wm. Quails, was a Flymouth visited yesterday. Clyde and Walter Vincent, of Walk erton, were visiting friends in our city today. Try the celebrated Perkins homemade mince meat. Kuhn's market, sole agent. Chas. Detwiler, of White Pigeon, Mich., is spending a few days in Ply mouth. The Plymouth fruit farm has just appeared with a newly...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 8 April 1896

LITTLE M A I D -O' DREAMS. Little r.iai;!-o-itr :1m, with your Eerie rye-- v.-'.far anl pure (lazing, v. l.t-r" we fain would see Infi her futurity Tell us v. 'hat y.Mi tlioro behold. In your vi-'- manifold! What is :: 1 :sl our sigh. Hiddink 1:1: tl." morrow's kulit, I'aiivr t !...: wo .-co to-day. Ah o'ai- h !1 eyes eidy may '! Little !iia!''-o-(I:-oni!is. with faco L:ke as ii: woodland place Lifts a lily. haste and white, IV on flu- sbadow to the light .v v...;r subtler plain o. AVIijl sir. i! Mi-.-cry eionanU Vo.i at ! -!. to. J" ft afar As the reahus of moon ami star? Have yoi! mafic lamp ami ring, AaJ genii for vassalingV Little nn;l-.''-.lr.'jiins. confess You're tlivha- a ad nothing los Fur with '-t.il pahns, we fear, Yot innsi j- : o 1. dreaming here yearning, to lift the ti:i Of your Iii i s u cur lips; Tearful still y u may rebel. High rum ?.' av'uly oracle! Thus, r.M-.ua ;.a uiüiiwt our kiss. Fard-m :h;: - aivl tiiist-und this! Littb-' n .'i'1' -'-ilroams. we call Truce ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 8 April 1896

J THE STUDIOUS GIETj. All INTERESTING LETTER FROM A YCÜMG LADIES' COLLEGE. R-e TJotvrcrri the Sf.M for rMnor.r.'en. llialtü Impaired by Imvant Miuly. The race bctwpon tl;c soses for education is to-Uav vtrv close. Amuitious piris Vvork incessantly over their studies, and tire often brought to a halt, through having saerHiccii liie phy sical to the mental. Then K'm thoso ailments that must ho rty,' ; they will produce constunt. suffering". Head ache, dizziness, fai:it-nc.-is, blight vertigo. pains in the laelc anil loins. irregularity. lef-s cf sleep cud eppctito, nervous u e s s an d blues, with lack of cor.lidtr.ee; these are positive ?:n that worzen's arch enemy i: at hand. "A The f.)lh.wir.;r letter was received ly Mrs. Phiulinni in May, cue month after ih-.; yoimlady hud ih: writ ten, pviir symptorr.s, and cshin;,' advieo. MiO was ill and In prc.it di-tre-s of mmd. feeling she would no: hohl out till rradaation. a::d thcdctoi Lau adv!.ed !t to rolioi.ie. Ccliov, Ma.1 s. You d'. ...

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

WHY snE WAS AFRAID. 5 Mr Will 1 Mothar (on her daughter's marriage day ) Why are you so afraid of married life, Evelyn? Daughter On account of the curtain lectures; j'ou know, mamma dear, I Lave no oratorical talent whatever. riirgendc Ulaetter. HIIiUAKI). April 7, iv.i. James Ryan and family were entertained by M. Baker and family, Easter .Sunday. David Aley, wife and little son were guests of Mrs. A's parents, Sunday. Levi Freese and Mrs. Jacob Triplet were Maxinkuckee visitors Sunday, the guests of Daniel Savage and family. II. S Clifton and wife and Mrs. John Davis, were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wilson last Friday even ing. Mrs. James Iiyan and 31 rs. Foster (irove were Plymouth visitors, Satur day. Miss Sadie Washburn, of Tippecanoe, is visiting a few days with Mrs. ('has. Lawson, this week. John Davis and wife were the guests of a brother of Mr. Davis near Lelong, this week. Mrs. Ditto, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Mc liowen and Miss Viola Mc(Joven were entertained by Mr. II. S....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

-Weekly tad. CM I epe Vol.. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, Al'UIL 11, 189( Xo. U. ft-" .MOURN HIS LOSS. - - SHOCK OF BERT ROSENCUHVS DEATH IS WIDESPREAD. I Iii Voiitli anl Merlin:; u;liti" .Miignifv Hit- :hIiih of HU ltM?wl I i W niU -II i 'IumI ,tul ltiiiii I -i IV. Six weeks ago, one of the brightest,! most companionable and confidence in- j spiring young men to be met anywhere j in the business and social circles of this i city, was Pert Kosenbury; but today,; by a sad and startling decree of fate, llert lies cold and rigid in the embrace j of death. He died at his home at 1 :.") o'clock yesterday afternoon, the cause j ascribed being "abscess of the kidneys." When Pert left the First National j Bank, where he occupied the position of j assistant cashier, five weeks ago, neither i he nor his friends would have believed that he was so near the portals of the great beyond and although he retired j iroui ins ucue uusuicris uuuea on aucount of the illness which was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYKOUIH. INDIANA. WILL 15E IT TO DATE. HOUSE FAVORS ADOPTION OF METRIC SYSTEM. Advantages Over the Present IMaaPrcparations for a klonst er Meeting of Christian Lndca vorcrs at WuhIi-in-gtou. New Syst? rn of Weights aid Measures. Tin IIoMSC Wednesday b a voicnf 11! to 117 declared itself in favor of bavin;: the Fnitod Stales begin the tv.culictl century by abandoning tin present com j! iii.i! oi't-t"-.l:;To -y.-lcm of weight jiik! measures, making the decimal metric h.y.sK-1,1 t!io only legal system after Dee 111. F. tu. The advantages of the decimal system in reckoning money havi Ihm'ii forcibly recognized by every American who lias traveled i:i Imgland, ami jiltlioi-irli Crcat llritnui still perplexes tin l-rains of children l.y on ipe'ling them tt learn t!io arbitrary relations of pounds, diilling-. an.l pemv, many, if i.ot all. of Iter provinces have adopted the decimai money system. The confusion incident n:i change in the Fniti-d States from tin" present syst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

prune. i. MAKKKT Ol OTATIONS. '!iir;i;.'- 1 ittle. ! 1 1 1 1 1 :i to .j..o to s. .( !'. son. p:i.g t' !:: '..' 'rf I to S i.Ctl; s!:r J. fair to choice. S'.'.-'U t SI. (Hi; wheat. X. 1! v'. .. ti r.i'.c; No. '2. -Jh- to .".Mi-: oat. No. '2. l!c i. im, ; : . -J. ::s- . I'AU : butter. -li !- ani. ry. 17c to I'.'e: -crs. flesh. Ue to 11; potatoes, per bu-hcl. L"e to -'-".; i ! !!. SUM to S l p"l' t"ll for iTirnoi : !: !. ii..ii:in.!i...iis -Cattle shipping. s::.'" t.. SI.ÖM; hogs, choice light. ..' !. M to Sl.OM; sheep, i i iinoii to prime. SI'.ih to S."',.7ö; wln-.it. N . 2. ; to 71 : corn. No. 1 whi'e. Li:.- n, ...its. No. I' white. 'S'.r 1. 'Jlc. s. l-:iis Cjittlo. s::.m i. S 1.7.".: hogs. SÖ.OM to !.;!; wheat. No. "J r.-.l. 7Ir to T'.-; - :. No. 'J yellow. J7c to "J-.-: oats. '.. '' whi'e. IS.- to 'Ji.-: rye. No. 'J. :'.. ti. :?s. fi:i i:. .ti Cattle. S"..ÖM p S I. .".!; h. '. s::.om u. stj:: sheep, su.öm t.. sj. i.e. Wlie.il. N". -. 71c to 7."r; corn. N". '' mi.vd. .'1 I-. ::; oat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

(El?e3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAS & SMITH. Propr'a. A.D. SMITH. Qeneral Manager. Office, Corner Oarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. SUBSCRIPTION' PRICK. One Year, Six Months, Oue Year, cash. Six Mouths, cash. Three Months, cash, Per Copy, $1.50 .75 l.iiO .IJO .:r Kutered at the post oftlce at Plymouth, Indiana, as matter of the second class. ANXIVKKSARIKS AFKIL 10 In 17Ö5, this date, S. C F. Hahnemann founder of homeopathy was born. In 879 Louis II of France died. In 130 William, Karl of Pembroke died. In 1152 John Howard Payne, author of "Home Sweet Home" died. In 171ß United States bank recharted for twenty years. AN ANXH'NCKM KM. For tho benetit of a large number of republicans who do not take the republican organ in this county, but who read the "Reliable," The Independent, we re-produce the names of those who desire political lightning to strike them at the coming republican conventions: t., John W Parks For Jude Wm.H. Hess. State Senator Millaud W. Simons The above...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

vTfye3nbopenbent Satckday, Ari:iL 11, A SAFEGUARD. The Widow How strange! Tte peopl who lie near the cemetery claim t tu y art haunted by the jhosts of iny threr husbands. The Friend They should ask you to come and live with them. Truth. LOCAL J ME VIT I IX From Wednesday's Daily. L. Davenport, of Lapaz. was in Flymouth. F.. Spangle got in a new Kstey chapel oigan this morning. ,1. Hagenbush, of Argos, was in this city today on business. F.x-Judge Sidney, of Kochest er, was a Plymouth visitor today. Dr. Horton is at Culver City today performing an operation. The trial of Scott Jackson has been postponed until April 21. Harry Corbin is in Marmont today trying an important case. Mrs. John Main and Mrs. C. F. lilain sjt;ut yesterday in Argos. Carl Reynolds and Chas. Wiltfong were in IJourbon yesterday. Harris brothers fun makers will be at Twin Lakes next Tuesday. Miss Jessie Thayer, of Warsaw, is the guest of Miss Angie Thayer. Judge Hurson, of Winamac, is try ing the fourth ward case...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

EFFORT. noiiirh t.. tern- the b re. lit fr harmonies t eoi.n. eta hot ih-stial fire utiuan h' arts are cold n: uximh. enough t ealraly wait uicki-mtig ili'w should uii us fall, ly I ng for wliat is great 'til! pursuing what is small. " nough with tears of woe I for all the world's distress, s that frai iaartion tl.v . mr other lives, will bless. tmough th- love to take ther hearts on ours outvour; is only kept av;;i!c hit: something from its store. cnor.uh with ih-i.oji:i wing inli ss ;'; tu walk thi- earth; o:,e t an h;-sin:r bring rov:i :ho soul with sov'reitrn r:ii. anotl. v ignr. lieutenant." I shihg the box .H toss tin table him. t iiii ii U yrti." ho icpli.-il: "hut. ill pern; is-Ion. I'll Mil my pipe or bowl. Indeed, v. hon I came ur n unii it was only for a litth rat: out myself cigars all vnd hoy." it is nlready 11 o'clock. ! how tinio nies when m gets oticiti--. Hut. to oontiiuto " when n y good friend I.ieut-n-tsh takes .os"ssioü of !iu ami u :it il p. in.. I !o not alway...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

! t s THE STUDIOUS GIRL. AN I MT ER ESTING LETTER FROM A YOU No LADIES' COLLEGE. mi nri?o I'etvrcon tl:e Soxrs for Eclrccntlori. H-aU".l lisp-aired by Inccisant Study. The raoe between the sexes for education is to-dav verv cloe. Ambitious pirls work incessantly over their studies, and are often brought to r, halt, tiVW throujrli having rfY.; t5-r-l 1,- tho rr.potnl l.Jr 1 .inn lii-Ttn t ii ailments that must be removed at once, or Ii they will produce con- ntsuiTerintf. Headc dizziness, f.iintslirht vertigo, s in the back and in:-, irregularity, of sleep and appetite, nervous n c s s and blues, with lack of con Uder ee; these a re positive :-i:rs that v.o- i'fi men's arch civ. ;nv is r t hand. The following letter was received bv Mr. Pinkhar.i in T.Tay, one month after the yvuz lady had lir.-t written, tr-vim symptoms, and asking advice. Site was ill and in great distress of mind, feeling she would not bold out till gradual ion. and the doctor had advised lier to ovihome. College, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 11 April 1896

FITTING fllMSBLF FOR IT. "Yes, grandma, when I graduate I tend followingaliterary career. Write r money, you know." "Why, Willie, niy Tear, you haven't ne anything else since you've been col lege." Li f e. I.AIWZ. April S, 1SW. Mr. Babcock and Mr. Sharet left our vn Tuesday for (leorgia. Mr. Hanson and wife spent Sunday Tyner City. The commencement exercises will held at the M. K. church, the last of pril. The little missionary society have .ilt a nice sidewalk in front of the ither Chapel. They should have uch praise for their earnest efforts. Mrs. Yockey, of Plymouth, has sueeded in getting a music class of 8 I ipils here. Mrs. Koontz, of Lakeville, was a visr in our town Wednesday, Mrs. McCormiek has returned home om South Bend and expects to go to yner City and start a dressmaking itablishment. W. L. Johnson, of South l!end, atnded to business here Wednesday. J. W. Siders and .John Parks, of l'lyouth, were on our streets Friday. Mr. Sponsler, of Plymouth, has reipered and painte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

County Library Semi -Weekly A. Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 1896 No. 45. A CLOSE CALL. A li:iiil-li-r Fall at !! K il-m t- of Prof. !. I rank Kedd. Saturday evening the members of the M. 11. choir met at the residente of Mr. and Mrs. I). Trank liedd lor the regular weekly reh-.MraI. Those present were Misses Helen and Flora Disher, Fein Reynolds ami Ft he I Wiltfong, and Messrs. K. F. Rrooke, .1.(1. Davis, A. R. Ziuiinerxiian and the host and hostess. They were seated in a circle around the room, when, without a sound or warning, the large chandelier, suspended from the center of the ceiling, fell wilh a crash, smashing the glass globes and cast iron frame into a thousand pieces. Fortunately the descent was so rapid that the burning lamps, three in number, were extinguished before the lloor was reached. The iron upright piece punctured a hole entirely through the iloor and stood there after its swift descent, a vivid picture ot its deadly power i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

FULL TICKET NAMED. SPAIN MUST REFORM. SENATE AND HOUSE. THE ILLINOIS PROHIBITIONISTS CHOOSE CANDIDATES. OLNEY CABLES INSTRUCTION TO MINISTER TAYLOR. WORK OF OUR NATIONAL LAWMAKERS. JLYKOUTH. INDIANA. (Efyc3nbcpcitbcnt IM-"I121t3IA' SMITH, Publisher and Prcp-ie'.ors HAINES LAW IS WEAK. NEY YORKERS EASILY EVADE ITS PROVISIONS. Kctnlts in Opening Scores of Alleccil Hotels-Unfavorable Weather Has Adverse liffect Upon Trade-Gould Boye the Kailroads Are Throttled. Drink Go with Beds. The Haine law 1 ii not give New York A dry 'Sar.day. It only reduced the namLit of places whero liquor could bo oltainod to the city's 7t hotels, and added the price of r. sandwich to the cost of a drink. The whole question of Sunday prohibition depended 0:1 whether the proprietor had ten bedrooms somewhere about his place of business or not. In most of these room the necessary furniture had simply In on thrown in. and if any man upplied for hedging in those subterfuge hotels he would bo turned away. But of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

MAKKET QUOTATIONS. Chicago battle. common to prime. $::..io to hogs, shipping grades. to :4.H: sheep, fair ( i-In'iir, t -St.': wheat. No. - red. i-V to ; -.m. No. 'J. 1'e to :e: o.its. No. '2. t'.c t -K-; rye. No. ''. ::h- t, butter. choice creamery. 17c to II-; eggs, fresh. lc to lie: potatoes. per bushel. I'm- to !'.": broom corn, S"-N to :jb per ton lor Common to choice. Indianapolis Cattle. shipping. SUA to hogs, choice light. .5:5." to $VSy. sheep, eoiniit'üi to prime. to S.'.."ö: wheat. No. 2. 70c to 7"-V: corn. No. 1 wVite. iT.ir to :lc: oats. No. "J white. t . -Jtc. Sr. L.e-.is Cattle. $:.' to ..".): ho-. S''.oi to si.oo wheat. No. '2 red. ioe to 71'-: com. N.. II yellow. IN.- to 7': oats. N .. 2 white. lSc to 1 rye. No. '2. .".'e Ciicii:;::iti Cattle. .".:... to Sl.oO: hogs. -...'M' to i.J.: sheep. " io ".-; wheat. No. 71c to 7'c: corn. No. '2 mixed. .".Ic to IXW; outs. No. '2 mixed. L'-c I '.;: rye. No. '2. 11c t . I t'tro5: Cattle. $2. ti I.7Ö: hogs. $::.h ti S4.2Ö: shee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

(Ef?e3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAX SMITH. Propra. A. D. SMITH, Qeneral Manager. Offlct, Corner (Jam and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year. Six Months, One Year, cash. Six Months, cash. Three Mouths, cash, Per Copy, $1.50 .75 t.00 .00 .35 .03 Kntered at the post offlce at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of the second class. ANNOUNCEMENTS. r.. . n. r Vivif nf Hnurhon townshiD. Is a t nAnL v. . - candidate for the office of county treasrrer. sub ject to the declslo ot me uemutrsm- uuim natiog convention, to be held June 8, 1S0G. ANNIYKRSAH1KS APRIL 11 In 1794 Edward Kverett, the American orator was born. Cardinal Baaufort died in 1447. The treaty of Utrecht. End of Queen Anne's war in 1713. Napoleon was banished to Elba in 1314. In 18T1 Foit Sumter surrendered. In 1893 the tirst railroad opened in Siam by the king. APRIL 14. In 1577, Duke of IJothwell, husband of Mary, Queen of Scots. In 1865 occurred the attempted assasinationof William II. "Seward, Secretary of State...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

0?c3nbcpcnbcnt Wednesday, Aim:il 15, tbM. WANING OF TIIK HONEYMOON. re She I'm sorry to have 1o leave you Fred, in .siieh a frame of mind, but I liatl a previous rna'jviiu'iit, you Scnow. He It might hae been as well if you'd hail a pre ious enagvim-nt before ve were married ami kept it. Itrooklvn Life. LOCAL JUIEV1TIKS. From Saturday's Daily. Mrs. Mary F. Hume is in llourbon today. (leo Klingernian went to South Ilend today. .lack Nelson went to Argos today on business. Chas. Det wilier returned from Tyner yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arney are in South ilend today. Henry Stein came home from Michigan City yesterday. Mrs. Z. Senior is in Valparaiso visiting for several days. For.M):-On Center street an empty purse. Call at this ollice. The Clipper Quartette returned to South 15end this morning. K. (i. Fisher, of IJremen, made this ollice a pleasant call today. Jas. Ifeeves is home from St. Joe to spend Sunday with his parents. Dr. Deeds was out with his gun yesterday training his tw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

CASABICRANKA. The girl sat on the baseball stand All but her beau had fled. And ho. por chap, could not deaianl Relief from what she said. "Why does the pitcher throw it 3T' f She murmured in dismay. ,Such action violent, yon know, , LIU awkward moves display. Why d os he so expectorate Cpon the slow white ball? Was he nor taught until too la to Ttiat that? not nice at all? Why does that fellow don a c ig-J And let hi voice rescind In cries of 'Strike!' awak'ning rage V- Tii those lipon the ground V an t 1 f.ll vv ny iio :uv miners aiw.iys lau ' And slMc i;p.n their face. "Or else they do not care at a!! rpou s..ü:" ether place? Why ? tie- p-jple murmur 'ItatikV He has u r;nik, 'tis plain. '. Why does ti'iat player, leju and lank, Seein in v.ca awful pain? "Why d.e-- :!. catcher wear that pad Close to his bosom pressed? And why has not the other hnd Iiis clothes cut like the rest? ; Why does thru player swing the woo 1 In such a reckless way ; And question, as no good man shu!d, ! W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

Home Seekers Excursions In order to fire everyone an opportunity to see the Western country and enable the home seekers to secure a home In time to commence work for the season of 1S9Ö, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Kailway Las arranged to run a series of four home seekers' excursions to various points in the West, Northwest and Southwest on the following dates: March 10, April 7 and 11 and May 5, at the low rate of two dollars more than one fare for the round trip. Tickets will be good for return on any. Tuesday or Friday within twenty-one days from date of sale. For rates, time of trains aud further details tpply to any coupon ticket agent in the Kast or South, or address F. A. Miller, Assistant General Fassender Agent, Chicago, 111. '. Thtr? n people nelnjj Pxhbln' El-ctrlc Soap to-4? ho commenced lit us.- m 1K.3. Vuuld Hint b Um rase wer It not the purest aud taont tcouomical soap rnad Ak jour jroctrr lor it. Ltok out lor Imitations. lvlbiru F1TS.-A11 Fits f tor ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 15 April 1896

A PERSONAL MATTER. t "Can't yer tell mo W fax it im ti Andern 'ill, guv'ner?'1 "It's about thre miles. Whodoj'ou want to see there? I want to boo myself there." Hketch. COUNCIL MEETS. Not Much Hu4Iq-44 to !, Iut Iiil the Work in a Proper Maun-r. The council met in regular session Monday eveningjmd after the reading of the minutes of the last regular and special meetings proceeded to attend to the matters before it. Petitions for placing material on street during construction of building was presented by Matilda Paul and E. I). McKinstry; the former on Garro street and the latter near the Vandalia depot on Jefferson street. The petitions were granted. Attorney Logan presented his account for services and salary, amounting to 3132.00. He also informed the council that he would complete all work on ordinances, a number of which are yet incomplete, for SIS. The proposition was accepted. A petition presented regarding cattle and other animals running at large and being driven through the...

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