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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

0nat7 Library em I -Weekly c ndeoeedee A. Vol. JL PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 189G No. 40. LOTS OF THEM. A ComiiHiiiM utinii from llourboii Slious tlit? Drift of Nfiitinif lit Tlit'if. Editor Independent. Dear Sir: I accidentally picked up a copy of The Independent of Tuesday, pril T. and noticed the article, " Why Wo Are Hi metallists," and your reference to the letter of one 11. Zimmerman, secretary of the "League of Kobbers' at New York, to their co-laborers at Chicago, and your request lor the reader to be honest with himself, etc. The article in question should be published pam phlet or tiact form and scittered broad cast over the country. 1 also noticed an article in today's Chicago Record, an open letter from ex-Gov. Fishbaek, of Ft. Smith, Ark., to President Cleve land. You must read it and refer to it in your paper. Uoth this and your letter of Zimmerman's would make spendid campaign documents if placed in the hands of reading, thinking people. W...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. FOR A NEW BUREAU. PROPOSED CHANGEIN AGRICUL TURAL DEPARTMENT. TJrjrel by Many Colleges Awful lie suits of a Fireworks I'actory Ilx ploedou at Chicago Ohio Train Wrcckcrw Fail in a Fiendish Plot. In Interest of Science. Senator Proctor, chairman of tin Coin mit ice on Agriculture, was ant loricd hy that committee ti provide lor a direcmr-in-ehief of the scientific bureau of the Agricultural 1 epa rtment. The question has been before oii'mittee T.r s:ne time, ai.il t In propriety ..f the change has been urged hy ;i!nnt all the ngricult ural niücp's in tin country, as well as by 'many other in -tituti ins of !;;ir:i i iiir. Tin bureaus which would i" ;i!:icci under the clMr;'!' of the prop, sed direcior include tin v. cat her bureau, the bureau of animal industry, ami about fifteen divisions of tho department engaged in technical ami tscieiititie investigations. Ctider tin- pres ent system the general charge of this work Las hem . i!iia 1 to the Assi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

MAKKET OI OTATION.S. f'Iiien;:. t .?t!. r.i:njijo:i 1 pr.:::.', t liotrs !:!;'';: ,' !. ! t ' ;i !!. fair f . SJ."' t- S4.:i: w 5: .. 1' r-1. ' ur;. No. 1'. l'V- t.. ::.: X . I'. to liOr: ryv. X . t Vittrr. fi'"'.-e rrt'.'iii'T.v. 17 t' 1 : f:vn. l'.'v- to lie; i .;::! tfs, ir 1r t- !!."; i.io.ni n r;i. Sl'O ; T t:i t"nr common to h'i.-f. l:tiii:iii.ii ;.'iis (tttl shl;i::.r. .I t .?4..m: I:. --, (Loire li'!it. s::.t) t l.i'.": v.li.Mt. Nr.. J. '! to "If: ::. N. 1 v-!iit. :iir.. ti. :;ir: m. N . "' wiiin-. HJ.- 1 Jlr. Sr. I.:iN Cattle, n ' t ".; h'.:. S::.i!( to 4 (); wheat. X . - r.-l. 7-". t" 7U; roru. Xd. 1 yellow. "JH.- i -7-: ".-its. Xo. - wliit. Ivr to 11,-: IV. . N.i. .'. to riSi. Ciiirin!;.-!! ''arrli'. .?'!." i ? J.-" : !ü)-. '::.()!! to 4.L.'.".: shtvj. Xi!.."! t L'J.". v ji' 1 1. No. l 7-lf to 7Ö -: : .:. No. "J rii.vd. öl. to ::::: o:its. X - ::i:.!. to '.".(: rvr. No. 'J. 4. to 4." . Detroit ';:!. -.-" r . 1.7.".: h S:;.iii io S4.'!ö; slieoj. J. r, S.'S: wheat. No. L' i...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

(Ef?e3nfcepenfcent ZIMMERMAS A SMITH, Propr'a. A. D. SMITH, - General Manager. Office, Corner Qerro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, - $1-50 Six Mouths, - .75 One Year, cash, - - l-W SU Months, cash, -CO Three Months, cash, - - .35 Per Copy, ... .03 Kntored at the post office at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of the second class. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Charles C. Vink, of Bourbon township, is a candidate for the ofttee of county treasurer, sul ject to the decision of the Democratic nomi nating convention, to be held June 8, lS'JC. Thomas M. Walkkk desires to announce himself as la candidate for re-nominatiou for the office of county recorder, subject to the decision of the democratic convention, to be held June 8, 189G. Have the laboring men of this coun try eyer thought of this potent fact, that while their wages have been re duced the railroad and other corpora tion officials receive about the same salary as before, and if you desire to take a ride on the r...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

(Ü?c3nbcpenbcnt SAri KüAY, Afkil ly, ls'J. FOR FRIKNISIIIP,S SAKE. rlill IS: s Merchant Now. Uncle Castus, re memlKT I have opened business here and want you to help me out. Kastus Oh. yesser. I'm not only gwine t ) trade wid you, but I'll throw all ie obstackles in de way I kin fer you. To Date. -w. i:. LOCAL MEY1TIES. From Thursday's Dally, New maple sujrar. lUc a lb Leonard's Onion sets and garden seeds atV. K. Leonard's. Uern and JJert Xussbauni are in Argos today. Wm. Klingerman, of Walktrton, is in this city today. Mrs. Cotiipton, of iiourbon, arrived in Plymouth on the 1:00. Oar pickled beets are the appetizers at W. 10. Leonard's store. James Thayer won the diamond ring rallied by Charley Corbin. Mr. Lowell, we are informed will start a livery barn in this city. A second tloor is being added to the rear portion of the Democrat othce. The body of .las. Clayborn was taken to KukoiiKi this morning for interment. A. L. terdav to artend the funeral of s rela tive. Atton.ey .1. U'...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

i L J AN OLD-FASHIONED NEIGHBOR. It's oh! for r.n old-fashioned neighbor, Like, the or.i' I remember of yore, Who always neat calico aprons and gowns Hxcep: on the Sabbath day wore. !And who in i.'iy care-la Jon hours, With a sUi;b.ii:H't perched on hor head, Han in brincing bowls of nice jelly or jam, Ur loaves of her freshly-baked bread, And then, without asking me whether I needed her hell, fairly tlew To do in the kindest and quiekest way, Whatever she saw was to do. Nowaday though a friend may assure me That over my burdens she grieves She really can't aid me for fear of mishap To her laces or very big sleeves. And as f.r the dubs women govern Why. they are but schools for the arts, Where minds are improved in an elegant way lint no tin.e is devoted to hearts. Or else rhey are pledged to the seeking Of those whom most people condemn An Io.-t beyond hope so it's plain to be seen. There's no chance of assistance from th. :a. Ami it's oil! for an oM-fashioned neighbor. When m.Vfsk...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

IffiS-GOOLD'S GRATITUDE HOY SHE WAS RESTORED TO HEALTH. Coaditloa Bcforo and After tho EIrtb of Her Child. From every city, town and hamlet on this vast continent, come letters from gu?crin'j women; from those whoso I i nM'tif'V) TIC Tl '1 TT as.i:si mem, or from that num berless class -- i 5Hsj dence in Mrs. I inkham s ad- 't curative pron- tot crtics cf her CSS? Ve-jctablo . i unlouiiileu. Kvcrv letter received from wo men is recorded, tr.d hundreds cf volumes of certs treated aid in fur nishing practical information fortho women of to-dav. I7o letters are published without the request of the writer. The strictest confidence is observed. The following letter represents thousands: I always enjoyed pood health un til six months before the birth cf my babe. Then I was very weak; ir.yback ached ell the time. My physicians Baid I would 1-eali rirrlitaftcr the birth cf the child, but I was not. although lit that time I h;id the best of care. The pains in my back 'were almost tin bearabl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 18 April 1896

LA PAZ. April 17, 1896. Thursday afternoon a B. & O. en jine jumped the track while the men were switching in the yards here. An hour's delay was the damages. Miss Louella Linville entertained about thirty of her friends Wednesday evening in honor of her birthday. An enjoyable evening was spent by all. Mrs. Schuyler McChesney has been lying in a critical condition for tbe past week. Dr. Holtzendorff, of Plymouth, has been calk d three times as council with the attending physicans. W. M. Kichey, who would like to be sheriff, was on our streets last week making friends and visiting old ones. J. II. Greg spent Thursday in Bour bon. Henry Shirk and sister were in Tyner City Sunday to visit their sister, Mrs. Henry Jarrells. Mr. Dean who has two sons in North Dakota, expects to go there soon. Mr. Forsythe has moved into the Dean property. C. V. Hughes, of Cassopolis, Mich., visited his sister, Mrs. Isam liector, last week. Mrs. Corps and Jeff Nichols fought a couple of rounds and now...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

W Mdepeedeei emnm eeRiiy Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MAUSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, A1,1UL22, 189G No. 47. POLITICAL .MOVES. THE "GREAT NATIONAL GAME" WAXES INTERESTING. ( iilltalit iolio H-t Iir Ilia amiin olilt"t NaMlM' al ; I Mt'M Cliaiofll ilia M iinia i.'.il Allila tt x. I The Thursday evening prayer tneet- The republican judicial ami senator-' mir "1" tue Methodist church has re ial convention met in 1!.. ehester, and j "--veil a new unf ulse and has an in , : I I creased attendance. Kvery member III'IIIU I 1114 I Ml II I &.' Iflir IIIIIII 111,11 lllll Ilk ,11 - I clamation: In the noniination for judge, N. U. Kssick was nominated, Judge I less having withdrawn his name. J. V. Shunk, of Tippecanue, was chosen for prosecuting attorney. Hon. M. W. Simons was the unani mous choice of the convention for state senator. Jt is said they had quite a jollification down there today and a large number of republicans were present to enjoy the love feast. THE TICKETS. A Short Synopsi Keur...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

1 ' u J Cfye3nbcpenbcnt &I13IXlC3IrV At SMITH, Publisher and Prop retort ED PARDÄIDGE DEAD. WORK OF CONGRESS. GREAT SPECULATOR BREATHES HIS LAST. THE WEEK'S DOINGS IN SENATE AND HOUSE. PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. THE LAW IS A FAßCE. SUNDAY IN NEW YORK A DAY OF WILD DEBAUCHERY. Hundreds of Saloons Hastily Equip ped as Hotels Healthy Improve ment in Commercial Circles Linton Not in the Kacc for President. Ignore the Kaincs Law. There was more liquor sold in New York Sunday than on any previous Sunday in many years. There was more drunken ness seen upon the streets, inure depravity and nmre dens of vice wide open than the city knew almost in the worst days of pro teeted vieiousuess. Three hundred sa loons, which had Ih-oii transferred into so-called hotels during the last week, were wide open all lay and night. The pro prietors gloated in the evasion of the law and greeted every one with joyous ex pression. Scenes of drunkenness almost universal on the East Side could have leen r.itncsed in...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

t- Met i.-'la;,..... n:zi tonn TV. It 10 far . to: " "as J J if i t 5. i 1 ' 1 .1 MARKET QUOTATION'S. Cliic.ico Cattle, common to prime. i?;.r.o t. S4.7Ö: hos. shipping grades. Sl'.JM to $4.mi; sheep, fair t ch dee. m2J t $:.7r: wheat. No. '2 red. '.'; t l7r: vom. .. ::. ii- t. :;i-: oats. N . i to :iv; rye. No. l. ;;7c to ;:sc: lmu-r. -'i-:,-i croaniery. l.V to l'e: i.. fresh. !'c to lie: potatoes, per löo ti liö-: hrooüi orii. Jl'M to $4." p.-r to:i for - :n :n ti o '.i. .!(. Iii.i:a:i.ip.l:i--(';ittle. ship;.!:).:, m to h..-. . !.;.' liirlit. .:'.' to s 4. :..": .-hoe p. o!i::i:..:i to prime. Sl'.1 to .s:'.7.: v.':.'.if. X,i. J. C,!)c to 71c: corn. No. 1 white, to ;:u-; oats. No. I! white. I'-V 0 f. St. Louis rattle. .";.m to 4.70: ho-s. s:;.(h t,, S4.w: wheat. N-. - red. 71r to 7"c: r ri. No. J yvlloW. to "JSr: oafs. N I! whit-, is.- to 11-: rye. No. L ."7e ! :::v. Ciueiamit: t'attle. .').. to Hl.Tit; ho.irs. to sj. jr.: sheep. "! t S4JÖ: V. Ir.-at. No. '2. 74r to 7V: corn. No. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

tTf?e3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAN SMITH. Propr's. A. D. SMITH, General Manager. Office, Corner Gam mod Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. SUBSCRIPTION' PllICE. One Tear. - - $1.50 Six Months, - .75 One Year, cash. - - l.oo Six Months, cash. .CO Three Months, cash, .35 Per Copy, - .03 Entered at the post oftlce at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter uf the second class. ANN I VERSA KI KS A TRI I. 20 Today is the holiday of St. James. Louis Napoleon III died in 1S08, this date. Itome was founded by llomulus in 753. Eliza Barton, "Maid of Kent" was executed. The Welland canal opened for naviga tion in In 1893 the failure of Australian joint stocks banks for SGO.OOO.OOO. APRIL 21 Prince George, of Denmark, consort of Queen Annie, of England, was born in 1053. Charlotte Bronte was born in 1810. A lexander the Great died in 323. Diogenes, the Cynic, died in 323. King Henry VIII, of England, ac ceded to the throne in 1509. The mint was established at Denver. Colo., in 1802. ANNOUNCES! EN TS. Charlks C. Vi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

(Ll?c3nbcpenbcnt Wednesday, Aphil '21, IbW. a neiguiiokly spirit. "Mamma, can I invite Freddy San born to slide down our cellar door?" "Won't you enjoy it just as much oloneV "No. There are too many splinter in it now." Life. LOCAL JJUKVJTIES. From Saturday's Daily. Our editorial writer owes an apology to Senator Parker. Samuel Uaker, of Hourbon township, is in Plymouth today. Mrs. Z. Senior, who has been visiting at Valparaiso has returned home. Din Walters and Sam Muzzle, of Marmont, are Plymouth visitors today. W. T. Vanvactor and little daughter arrived in Plymouth last evening on a short visit. I'd Mee returned to his home in South l.end tonight to remain with his family over Sunday. John I 'off, of (J rand liapids, Michi gan, visited with relatives in our city for a few days. F.lkhart democrats are talking of for going the pleasure of putting a ticket in the field this spring. Wm. II. liollman was at llurr Oak the greater part of the week measuring up and shipping lumber. Kena...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

A CASE OF SELF-DECEIT. He thinks he's n cynic and closes his eyes To th sun which i faithfully shining. And ho vows that to carp is the way to be wise. And that life is but slumber ami dining, Fersistent, he struggles his conscience to throw Into states that are railed cataleptic; lie wants to be "modern and wicked," you know, - . When, in fact, he is only dyspeptic. In silonee he winks at himself with a leer In the presence of gnyety harmless. His sigh is a prowl and his laugh is a sneer As he vows that existence is charmless. And he l-)-ks on himself with a pitiful pride As a vastly superior skeptic; His claims misanthropic he won't hear de nied. When, in fact, he is only dyspeptic. Washington Star. D'YK think you can tend her while I'm gone?" asked Uncle Burritt. "Of course wo can. We know ex actly how to do it." "So I s'poso so I s'poso," said Uncle Burritt, as if his doubt of the ability of the loy and girl who stood before him to manage the big wheat elevator was -wholly unfou...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

Feople find just the help they so much Deed, in Hood's Sarsaparilla. It fur Dishes the desired strength by purify ing, vitalizing and enriching the blood, and thus builds up the nerves, tones the stomach and regulates the whole system. Head this : "I want to praise Ilood's Sarsafanlla. My health run down, and I had the grip. After that, my heart and nervous system rrere badly affected, so that I could not do my own work. Our physician gave m eonie help, but did not cure. I decided to try Ilood's Sarsaparilla. Soon I could do all mv own housework. I have taken (DtLQir Ilood's Tills with Ilood's Sarsaparilla, nd they have done me much good. I will not be without them. I have taken 13 bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and through the blessing of God, it has cured me. I worked as hard as ever the past summer, and I am thankful to say I am well. Ilood's Tills when taken with Ilood's Sarsaparilla help very much." 21ns. M. M. Messkxger, Freehold, Fenn. This and many other cures prove that n'...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 22 April 1896

DISINTERESTED COUNSEL. 1 Jm E riarlboi Unum on Oar Coins. 'According to the United States mint officials the words "E Pluribu3 Unum," as they appear on our coin3, are there without the sanction of law. The legend first appeared upon a copper coin "struck" at the Newburg (New York) mint In the year 1786. The United States were very young at that time and could not afford the luxury of a mint, bo a private individual by the name of Brasher opened the Newburg coining establishment with the inten tion of turning out money of the realm for all comers. Exactly how the words "E Pluribus Unum" came to be used as a motto is not known, but one thing is certain, the Brasher copper coin bear ing that legend at the date of 1786 is the most valuable metal disk ever mint ed on thi3 continent, being worth about $2,000, or twice as much as the famous rare dollar of 1804. Some time after coining his famous copper with the odd Latin motto as described Brasher tried his hand on a laree-sized gold piece...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 April 1896

-Ottnty Library Weekly .mc..inrito emu oeoe Vol. J . PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1890 No. 48. THE 3I0X0X SKKI CO. METHODS OF CHICAGO COMPANY INDICATE FRAUD. Proposition Limite! to Three People in : Neighborhood Sent Out in i:t nl i I A Peculiar Limitation of l.o :i!il ' ;ie I heir Method a ia, Hue. Some time since Tiik Ixkki'kndiat published an advertisement of the Monon Seed Co., of Chicago. It offer ed prizes to those who would make a list of the largest number of woids containing only the letters which occur in "Monon Seeds (I row,'" and attracted considerable attention. Many people of this city and vicinity began the preparation of lists. When completed these li Us were mailed to Chicago and in due time what pur ports to be a typewriter letter, but what is in fact, a printed circular letter with merely the address written with type writer, was mailed to each of the con testants. The prizes offered in the advertise ment were cash. The letter proposed t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 April 1896

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. HELLO. MR. CHAIRMAN TELEPHONES IN THE ST. LOUIS CONVENTION. Tlicy Will Connect Kncli itute Dele gation with the Speaker' Desk So He May Kusily Get the Nuttie of V.ach .Man Who Kises to Talk. TclcKraphic Arrangement. When the national Kep.iblican coiivon timi meets in St. Louis the delegates will witness an innovation in the matter of )inimmi a bij; convention. It is a scheme proposed by the Hell Telephone Company. It is to eonncct the various .State indexations with tin- Speaker's desk ly telephone, so that the Chairman may know the name of every man who is ree gn:zel atul thus he alle t announce his name to the eonvention. The telephone ncheine. it is claimed, will ! away with the annoyance ami .ss of time that has SO inn;' been a source of worry to the managers tf national conventions. The details of the plan proposed do not dif fer from the system of room to room tide phony in vojriie in tlie la rye hotels. There will 1-c a central U:ce hack of...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 April 1896

L """ 1 1 miasms ... .,P..,., ,., tw L,.c f wi j tXtZZT. bo'o ( UA1SKET QUOTATION'S. Chicapo Cattle, common to prime, $3..1o tu $4.75; hogs, shipping gnules, $;i.OO to ."?4.0; sbeep, fair to choice, $m2. to $.'.7."; wheat. No. - red, tide to t7e; corn. No. 1 lMJe to .'He: oats. No. L lUe to '2K-; rye. No. '2, o7c to ;!Sc; butter, choice creamery, löe to Hie; eirs,' fresh, He to lie-; potatoes, per bushel, l.e to 2öc; broom corn, U0 to $45 per ton for common to choice. Indianapolis Cattle, shipping;, $.'J.0O to $4.."VO; hoys, choice Iiyht. $."Lm to $4--: .theep, common to prime, $2.00 to $.".7."i; vhe.it. No. Ü. ;'.e to 71-; corn. No. 1 white. Hoc to ,'Jlc; oats, No. - white, iTJo to :Ne. St. Louis Cattle, 3.iH) to J?4.77: hoys. ?::.hi tu $4.(K; wheat, No. '2 re.l, 71c to 7.'e: corn. No. II yellow, 117e to l!Se; oats. NO. - wl.ite, lSe to l'Je: rye, No. 2. 37c to .'i'A Cincinnati Cattle, $:i..V to .f 1..: hn-s. ?:;.( to sheep, $2J to .?4.LT; wheat. No. L 74c to 7.V; corn. No. -mixe-I...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 April 1896

(Cf?e3nbepenbent ZIMMERMAN A SMITH. Propr's. A. D. SMITH, Qenertl Manager. Office, Corner Osrro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. One Tear. - - $1-50 Six Months. - - .75 Und Year. cash. - - t.00 blx Months, cash, .60 Three Months, cash. - - .35 FerCoDV. ... .03 - Entered at the post ofliee at Plymouth. Indiana. as matter of the second class. A X X O U X C KM K X TS. Charlks C. Vixk, of Bourbon township. Is a candidate for the office of county treasurer, sub ject to the decision of the Democratic nomi nating convention, to be held June 8. l.JC. Thom as M. Walkeii desires to announce himself as a candidate for re-nomination for the office of county recorder, subject to the decision of the democratic convention, to be held June 8. lSiHJ. William J. IIankix, present incumbent, will be a candidate for the office of treasurer of Marshall county, Indiana, subject to the de cision of the republican nominating convention, to be held June 11, it'M. J. C. Wakxks desires to announce himself ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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