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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

ABOUT THE HARMONS ATTORNEY-GENERAL A HAPPY MAN DOMESTICAL LY. lr. Vlarmnn Will Us nn Acquisition to Capital Society Their Three Pnugh ters To Live at a Hotel liiso to lame. (Cincinnati Correspondence ) TTOirXHY General Harmon will live at tho Arlington in Washington. Prcsi 1 e n Cleveland's selection of s-uch a dark horse- as Judge Harmon n r mi s e d the cunosity and Sn- r n'j-v- ..f tl-..- i tr.t . V of tli- c .unti-y.ni n t m fröre, party o msid eration. to learn something about th- new head of t'.i depart men t of justice. A life-long resident of this city, wlicn ho Iia:- won fame and fortune as a !.nv yer. and where ho ha 5. as a citizen. t s tablished a public-spirited, reputation. Judge Harmon's career --f nies the old adHRf- that 'a prophet is not without honor save in his own country.' 1U life hat; been a useful and successful one, and in his profession no lawyer stands hi-!. or at the Hamilton county bar than he. lie is the senior member of the law firm of Harmon, Colston....

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. — 1 August 1895

n'!TV WrAI" ct;itTf rlrk,TTTr (0?e3nbcpcnbcnf Conservatory of Music. The following instruments will l:e taught: Violin, piano or organ, cello. mando lin, guitar, llutc, clarionet, and in fact all orchestral ami military baael iustru ments. Only advaneeil pupils given instruction on piano. A term will consist of twcnty-lVur lessons. At the end of each term a con cert will be given by the pupils to which everybody interested will be invited. Leave orders at Spangle's Jewelrv Store. John IIaxi:x, Musical Instructor. Is Very Silent. It seems strange that the editor of the Democrat should remain silent in his last issue over the paving question, ile intimates that lie has been instrumental in securing every improvement that has been brought forth in Plymouth, and'now lie is antagonistic to this bene licial work. It would not be more than right for those of his constituents that were and have been opposed to this important matter to know through his publication how cheap this wor ic can b...

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. — 1 August 1895

TT' . J ) . V P. 3 PLYMOUTH, Wednesday, Ausrast 7. THE WORLD'S LARGEST. GRANDEST, I 2v Jvo? Vtii' u a N a; :. - - v -TOSis on -art o . v: ' v-r a, vv; U-reat i ew üiimoioicai uonc?ress OF STlAXtiK AX I) SAVAvJK I'KOPLK, With thi-ir families, hüls, tents. u-.i; ::-. implc-aehts. i:ti:;si!s and !. intninunv. All Religion Represented Cannibals, Pagans. Idolaters, s Iiiu-i : 1st s. Ya-an v .eh-ham-aoiia;.-. Confm ian, Iiaih-:u 'hristjans. Sn.n ami Fire Wotshd'ev. TRILDV OX HORSEIlACiv. Only Lacly Clown. Only Lady Ringmaster. Grand Weiter Carnival. Champion Lojj: Kollintj;, F;nicv Svvii.iniinv; and Hi: iilinp; 1 1 iirh Dive from the Hoof into 5 IVpr of ;:rvr. iNNA, the only living Giantess Grand and Kagnifceni EQUESiniAfl TOURNAMENT "Wit li High and Loni: Distance .1 j.ii.fr H'-ri:-. Fqnestrian May-io!,- Dances. Fox liiiiiU i" iiU-t i a;!ti REAL COSSACK ENCAil PMENT, j lU'sidt'S all the uiarveloas tcatmrs ' the Cia,:..s. I ! ij'jM kItotui . Mt-na.im ics .Mid way Jlors-t l'uir, vaH-d s:at...

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. — 1 August 1895

NEW EVERY MORNING. Cvery day is a fresh beginning; Every morn is a word made new. You who are weary of sorrow an't sinnia g, Here is a beautiful hope for you, A hope for me and a hope for you. AU the pa.st things are past and over. The tasks aro done, and tho tears are shed. Yesterday's errors let j-esterday cover; Yesterday's wounds which smarted and bled, Are he&led with the healing which night has shed. Yesterday now is a part of forever, Bjund up in a she.it which God holds tight, With glad Ltr3, i.n 1 sa 1 days and bad days which n -vir Shall visit uj more with their bloom and their blight, Their fullness of sunshine or sorrowful night. Let them go, sines we eannot recall them, Cannot undo and cannot atone. Clod in His mercy neive. forgive tiieml Only the new days are our own. To-lay is ours and to- lay alon?. Here ar the skies all burnished brightly; Hre is the sjent earth all reborn; Here aro the tired limb springing lightly To face the sun and to sharo with the morn In t...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

R1T WINS ! TIIL FI UM Ol-" tD U Vi lla, ma,!e such ra.Hcal chang.-s in the prl-es of It! TI:atit is trulv ontitl ! t :i icitm; f cri-.iit for having n-ai-livl mm-mu.i.; e a lu.viti.m in tlie tra.W' in s short a tun-. Vif .Iocs in t ii!tUi;tf merit a hy. ii u-'li 't nt progression shoü'.l lo t!..' v ';rVe .-f merit rather than ae. STYLE $ FIT $ WEAR Ti.eM- are the three grttees in the sh--e ' v''-hr.;i.iavhr "f .-.'.! styl. an ! y. t : i r.t r 'e:ir wi ll. r .t may l.t an! not i'e h: -tvle aii.i the wt-arinn ,ualü:es i:e..;;i;t f little taile-s it l.t i-r ,;. r: . i.;.t the three .'raee. - th" trh "t i-eMee-ti-!i In hoes-sty!-. tit a:i l u ear - i:.'i-t i'.'-)ii!'!iieil in-nre eiitire :'.ti-!a---ti' n to ail iai ties cn.--i e 1. This is the lex'ii they are t at :i1;:' t' tra'.e !' Marshall cos;i;t. ' !.r- i:rthiT n:irti"ulars fall at thru .larters ana make ot.r mm i. n t- .11 :!. in net il Hi a i-air t' -Ii''', A it el -thfs or a n.iM.y. t!'e-h hat .... a er tiia: the r:ve: Te!in: t'...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

THE BEST OF LIFE. Not till life's heat is cooled. The headlong rush slowed to a quiet pace, Acd every purblind passion that has ruled Our noisier years, at least Spurs us in rain, and, weary of the race. We care no more who loses or who wins Ah! not till all the best of life seems past The best of life begins. To toil for only fame, Jlandelappings, and the fickle guests of praise, For place or power or gold to gild a name Above the grave whereto All paths will bring us, were to lose our days, We, on whose ears youth's pacing bell has tolled, In blowing bubbles, even as children do, Forgetting we grow Ad. But the world widens when Such hope of t rival gain that ruled us lies Broken among our childhood's toys, for then We win to self-control! And mail ourselves in manhood, and there rise Upon us from the vast and winilecs height Those clearer thought that are unto the soul What Ftars are to the night. The Spectator. CHAPTER I. Three steely wreaths of smoke from three cigars lloated to...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

IMPORTANT FOOD TESTS. Hotr to Froduce More Economical and Healthful Articles for the Table. The official food analyses by the Unit ed States and Canadian governments have been studied with interest. The United States government report gives the names of eighteen well-known bak ing powders, some of them advertised as pure cream-of-tartar powders, which contain alum. The report shows the Royal to be a pure cream -of -tartar baking powder, the highest in strength, evolving 1C0.G cubic inches of leavening gas per single ounce of powder. There were eight other brands of cream-of-tartar pow ders tested, and their average strength was 111.5 cubic inches of gas per ounce of powder. The Canadian government Investiga tions were of a still larger number of powders. The Royal Baking Powder was here also shown the purest and highest in strength, containing forty five per cent, more leavening gas per ounce than the average of all the other cream-of-tartar powd?rs. These figures are very instructi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 August 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. FKOM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Joe lihodes is in Argos to-day. Hon. C. II. Heeve is in Chicago. Chas. Loomis went to Chicago today. D. E. Snyder is in Rochester to-day. W. C. G ordon went to Walnut to-day. John Harris is fishing at Twin Lakes today. J. IJaugher returned to Tyner last night. J.I3unneIJ js in Chicago today on bus iness. 13ert Andrews went to Walnut last euening. J. B. Ilowell left for Michigan City this morning; Wm. Evelry is doing business in Tyner to-day. Chas. Mackay returns from Chicago this evening. Ci. W. Marble left for Chicago on bus iness last evening. "Miss Hortens Drummmond left for Argos this morning. Geo. Fogle is painting the court house tower today. "Mrs. J. II. Young is visiting at Lake 3Iaxenkuckee for a few days. Frank Xicolay is at Marmont today on a hunting expedition. Dr. Edison, of Bourbon was in Plym outh on business yesterday. J. Boss, of Bremen is shaking hands with Plymouth friends to-day. J. II. Matchette, of Bourbon paid .Plymouth...

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. — 9 August 1895

flarsIhiaH Co .Iedepemden Vol. L PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9. 1895. Xo. 42. f $10 MEN'S SUITS $7 46 TWO WEEKS. M Altaian Big Bargain Givers, 19 E. Side Michigan St. After the Circus. The greatest show on earth has come and gone. It came and went in all the glory of magnificence and mingled Oc cidental and Oriental splendor and gor geous equipage and trappings that are characteristic of the most renowned of all tented amusement exhibits. Plymouth has lapsed back to-day into her usual state of peace and quiet To most people, yesterday was a day of unwonted pleasure, as witnessed by thousands who turned out to testify to the place the great Parnum & Pailey show occupies in the hearts and minds of the American people. For Plymouth it was a great day. It is asserted by old inhabitants that no such number of people were ever brought together here in a single day before. People tame from all directions, from far and near. All classes and ages were represented f...

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. — 9 August 1895

t- 4, (Efye3nbcpenbent ZI3IMKHMA V .SMITH, Publishers and Proprietors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. IN OPEN EEBELLION. FU KHIEN PROVINCE IN A DE PLORABLE STATE. Strange Experience of an Indiana Farmer Life and Health of Miners Held in Better Itecard by Owners of Mines. Chinese in Open Rebellion. The Shanghai Mercury publishes a dis patch from Foo-Chow spying that the position of the Europeans is critical, ow ing to the open hostility of the natives and native official. It is added that if an outbreak occurs the native officials will be unable to cope with the mob. Fu Khien Province is said to be in a state of rebellion, and the American mission at Fung-Fook, in that province, has been burned. The Europeans and Americans have telegraphed for gunboats to protect the foreign settlement. In an interview with some of the survivors of the Ku Chcng massacre they declare that the out rage was carried out in the most diabol ical manner, and that it was evidently a premeditated and carefully arranged at...

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. — 9 August 1895

WAS SKINNED ALIVE. GOLDBUG HORR BEATEN IN EVERY ROUND. the Original Silver Unit Is Proven Kv idcnce of the Crime of '7IJ liroujjJit Outt and Every Proposition Viatic by Coin la Sustained. The Debate a Waterloo. . It is evident to everyone reading the reports of the great Horr-IIarvey de bate that Mr. Harvey won every point, and that it was an inglorious defeat for Mr. Horr on every question raised. The result of the debate is a Waterloo for the goldbugs. From the very open ing of the discussion Mr. Horr failed to make the points expected by his friends, while the friends of silver were pleased to observe the ease with which Mr. Harvey handled the sub ject. Mr. Horr announced that he should attack each and every proposi tion laid down in Mr. Harvey's book, would show that the silver dollar was not the original unit of value and that the law of 1S7H was not passed sur reptitiously, was not a crime, but was fully understood and openly discussed throughout. During the debate Mr. Harvey ...

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. — 9 August 1895

1 - . Cfye 3nbepenbent Entered at tlie Plymouth Post Office as second class matter. A. K. ZIMMEKMAN, A. D. SMITH. ElUTOKS AM ftfOPKIKTOItS. 9USC'ltIlTIO' PIIICK. Cue Ytar $1-V Six M. nths 75. The Wind. The wind blows east Or the wind blows west And when seeming for worse It blows often for best. For good or for had Which, nobody knows. N body can tell JJy the way the wind blows. When it blows south It may balmily sing Or blowing from northward Damp chill it may bring. Tort lines are coming And fortunes are going With each breath of wind That is constantly blowing. Allen Ikki. Ciii;o women may now go bathing iH theMirf on two days of the week to their hearts content providing their cos tumes meet with approval from the bathing master who, by the way, is a man. Xo cup of happiness is so sweet that it dots not have at its bottom a gram oi bitterness. A y, an recently became so excited over a Chicago ball game that he was seized with heart disease and fell uvtr and immediately expired. ...

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. — 9 August 1895

THAT TRIP TO BOSTON. 5 'ntething Besides Low Hates Ctfered by Pennsylvania Lines. l!ostn excursionists over tin IVnu svlvauiu lines will be earned m Hte lux urious ease to he expected op, Tin .:tin!;inl Kaihvay of Amrica." Slopover privileges will enable cx cursionisis to visit pkii'es of siiinnier ..ji ;u n aioiitr the Atlant ic ( cean. Long launch. Tape May. Asinuy I'aik. Al Ian.c i'iiv, Ocun drove and rsoi ts on New .Jersey coast are on the IVim slvania Lines ami may be reached at siuht expense from Philadelphia and New Yo.k by daily excursions thither during t lie reason. Ilistoiie scenes in I'nil ioelphia. inclndinn Independence Hail with DM Liberty Hell, the I'nited Males Mint, Masonic Temple, Fair mount 1 ark, the site of the Centennial, may lie visited within the stop over limit. lleturniiig excursionists may make Hie trip over dilTeient rou I es t be se lected at tin time lutes to U..ston are oiitainet!. Kxcuision tickets to I5ston account of the Knights Templar Con cave wi...

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. — 9 August 1895

t Cf?e3nbepen5ent Judge Taylor of the circuit court at Terre Haute, pronounced the Nicholson bill inoperative. The Demorest magazine has been purchased by the publishers of Judge, and the property has all been removed to the Judge building. The republican party is known as theG.O.P., and the Cleveland Leader wants to know why the democracy may not be known as the 1). O. 1. An expedition is being preposed to explore the region of the Antartic. It is supposed to be inhabited by animal life, and estimated as occupying 8,000, 000 acres of land. The adjournment of the special ses sion of the legislature in Illinois took place Friday of last week. It is worthy of comment that a cloud hangs heavily over it. It seems, that notwithstanding the reports sent out that the Spanish are making things hum in Cuba, the insur gents are winning a battle once in a while. Everything is not as serene in the Republican camp at Indianapolis as might be. National political dill'er ences seem to be at the bo...

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. — 9 August 1895

LI Ed IT WINS ! THE FI KM OF lias made such radical changes in the prices of - AI - HI That It is truly entitled to a decree of credit for having reached so euvialde a position in the trade in so short a time. Ape does not constitute merit--a live. Intelligent progression should he the source of merit rather than age. STYLE $ FIT $ WEAR These are the three graces In the shoe business. A shoe may be of good style and yet not f:t or wear weir, or it may lit and not be in style am" I he wearing qualities amount to little iimess it tits roierly, Kut the thrre graces the trio of infec tion in shoes style, fit and wear must be- combined to insure entire satbfac tion to all parties concerned. This is the lesson thev are teaching the shoe trade of Marshall county. For further particulars call at their headquarters and make your selections when you are in need of a pair of shoes, a suit of clothes or a nobby, stylish hat. Trices guaranteed lower than the lowest. Terms: Cash. North of Postofl...

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. — 9 August 1895

i DELIVERANCE. Street peace spreads her wings on the . orient shore; Japan will be kinder for cash. Twrixt Li3 legs is the tail which with bel licose roar The dragon was 'customed to lash. STora those wild, woozy words we are rescued at last; Ah, they led us a merciless dance! Lifid we aigh relief that the ordeal is past And English once more gets a chance. S7 left our rernaeular's musical flow To atruggte with "Ta-Li en- Wan. flTt affected to know all about "Ilai-Yank-To," And likewise about "Sha-Hwo-Yuan." 'Wei-Hei-Wei" was a theme that embit tered one's dream. But au fait were expressions like these, 80 we tackled "New Chwang" end we mnrniured "Ping Yang" With pathetic assumptions of ease. 25ut no more are our courses reluctantly bent Where syllabic monstrosities wait: She sunshine has dawned where 'twas chill discontent. And we join in thanksgiving to Fate. Sio longer our wandering intellects go Through the gazetteer's mazy expanse, Hid the dipthong3 that grow by the fer tile Il...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 9 August 1895

Impute Blood Manifests itself, in hives, pimples, boils, and other eruptions which disfigure the face anl cause pain and annoyance. By purifying the blood Hood's Sarsaparilla completely cures these troubles and clears the skin. Hood's Sarsaparilla overcomes that tired, drowsy r-elins: so general at this t eason, and gives strength and vigor. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the only true blood purifier prominently In the public eye to-day. $1 ; six for $3. UI r r A 1 o D i 1 1 c cura haMtul eonstlp nUUU O rlllO t!im. l'ric 23 cenu. A Gool Meal. Commenting ou the amount which a spider actually consumed during twenty-four Lours, Sir S. J. Lubbock says: "At a similar rate of consumption a man wefchias 100 pounds will require a whole fat steer for breakfast, a steer and five sheep for dinner and for sup per two bullocks, eight sheep and four bogs, and Just before retiring nearly four barrels of fresh fish." The fro deposits its eggs in shallow water, where the warmth of the sun promotes speedy ha...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 9 August 1895

FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Chas. AValker, of Ilion.was in the city yesterday, It pays to trade at the People's drug store. C. C. Uuck left for Laporte to-day to be gone ten days on business, Men's Harvest Gloves 23 cents at Hall & Carabin's. Hammocks, 35, to 85.00 at the Peo ple's Drug Store. Hammocks for 50 cents at the Peo ples Drug Store this week. W. A. Daily, wife and daughter, of Walkerton, were in the city yesterday. Fresh fish every Friday can always be found at Kuhn's meat market. Oliver plows cheaper than ever be fore, John V. Astley & Son. A full line of builders hardware very low at J. V. Astley & Son's. Mr. and Mrs. Uoweli, Argos, were guests of John JJowell and family yes terday. Uicycles, bicycle sundries and repair work at Underwood & Walls, Center street. Miss Anna Plank, of Rochester, was the guest of Mrs. D. McDonald this week. E.G.Fisher and W. E. Walters, of .Bremen, came over to see the circus yesterday. S. C. Tuttle is removing to-day into John Sul...

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. — 16 August 1895

r I Vidi oliCill wO (Lai ill j ki&JilulMjl&Ri iLo Vol. J. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY. INDIANA, FRIDA Y, AUGUST IG. 1S93. Xo. -13. ( ( MEN'S SUIT $7 66 TWO WEEKS. Mo ASlmae Big Bargain Givers, 19 E. Side Michigan St Woman's Artistic Taste. With all that is being said about the new woman and the growing dis position to trench upon the long ac cepted sphere and duties of man by the fair sex, it always will be that the duty of beautifying the home be longs emphatically to woman's sphere. The inherent love of beauty in women so far exceeds that of man and they have so much better and more refined tastes in all home and family matters that they take a genuine pleasure in all the litte adorments which make home cheerful and pleasant. County Institute. The 20th, Annual County Institute will convene at court-room in Plymouth at 9 a. m., August 20. A. II. Yoder, of San Francisco, and M. Seiler, ofTerre Haute are the in structors. Prof. Miller, of ltochester, conducts the music. Profs. ...

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. — 16 August 1895

(0?e3nbepenbcra" yjIM.M HU :.tA JN . M I'.i' I , r.iVisheis and Prcprie'ors rLYIIOUTH. 1 ' J: i . WILL HEbP REVENUES WHISKY SURPLUS BELIEVED TO BE EXHAUSTED. Wyominc Rustlers Are Active-EnC-lisb Tourists Treated Like Vau -Death of J. R. Irwin-Dcspcrudoea in Prison Cell. To Replenish the Treasury. Washington dispatch: It can be stated as a positive fact that there has as yet been no conference between treasury ofh eials as to revenue recommendations to be submitted to the next Congress. In a general way they have discussed in a free and easv, casual manner the things that might be taxed to raise whatever addi tional revenue may be required, lne trouble is they do not know now nor have they any really intelligent idea what the deficit is going to be for some tinic to come. The new fiscal year is only six weeks old, and at least two months must pass before substantial data will be avail able on which to base estimates for the full vear. Customs receipts are increas ing, and whisky men ...

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