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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 16 August 1895

" ' fce" xVl ; T-j Cgr5i THERE are few young men who do not expect to achieve some de gree of success or greatness dur ing the course of their lives. The young man who entertains this ambi tion should keep a weather eye open on the question of matrimony. It might be thrown out as a matter of ad vice that every young man ought to marry with the idea that he might be come famous some day. The girl who will make a good wife while "they two" are living in a threc-roora flat will be pretty safe to be trusted to be a good wife in a brownstone front, for the chances of happiness in a brownstone front would not be very promising if the woman in question was not quali fied to be a good wife in a three-room fiat. The married life of the great men of the world is full of lights and shadows. In fact, woman can make happy or mis erable the life of a great man just as easily as she can that of a man "to for tune and to fame unknown." It all depends upon the woman and the man. Tea, dyspepsia and a...

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. — 16 August 1895

n:u;i i:fer bianus ctn sn iu a i '77m V L : Jlro.-klvn emrt the elements of jus" vLvCOnOCpenOCIUlJealin?. One thing is established by J fn ;iseht t valence; and that is that a KiittTc.l ;-f tl;.' r:v!i"i;tli i'.t OMi. f -'(.!!. ;-, , . . , , .... ... v.:i . i:i:i;t-r. A. i:. .im:.!:i:.m.vx. a. i. smith. ! !M'!'"l.s l'iioi l;u i,j;s. - - 1 r.-( iMi'i ion rim i:. One V ..1.." Ci:u ; is nv being entertained by a laur.ürv war. Tin: war in Omaha between the facti":.-, is bees mi tig iuite mtereiiiig. It is i.:;vd 1 will liow to-tlav. Loviii.v woman still continues t. j cc-iue " li e front. At SpringHeM, :!.. I last aturdav, :irs. Helen C. Stewert to k t: e oatli of t;;"ire and is to-day a full s'ed-ed sheriff. .': "i the C"U ids of j.j json N.uth, j this sLite. !;ad the nerve to cut off four ; lingers of Ids right hand. This was j done i keen i'i m doing the work as-. tii:;ie !t; him. d i : ;:: i:i'r half dollars of a veiy poor imiikitioi: have n:ade their appear ance at 'olumbia (hy. TJ...

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. — 16 August 1895

Dunn's Own Compound. AM IDEAL .... FAMILY MEDICINE. It ami prrniaiu'iitly -incN t !..!. üt':i;iI kiln-y iirl'r !' Iii x.'iitiili.l ainl tli' au't il. A cfitain iviii.'-ly for I'.Ui.ttisi-. ".n vTioatioii. lso'ia ami Stoin;n h lK- ni.T. I li 1'io.xl is l!i- HIV. In pure 1,m..! i-i.U'H! health. 1. O. C nN iiii .ii. m'ntiy aii.l .i!r-l on tin üwr ami kilii-VN :im: in its miil tn'ü l!t stiiinilatf IIiom' ori:aiiN to tli" ei loi m- aii'-f oi tlii'ir notiaal tiiiinii. iik' I.I.mhI i-. iiiriiitl ami tlx- p.itU'iit l".'in at Mm-f to VI a Ix-m-lirial Tli l;if:itt priH'oM-N of the -tiin:nM! ;ire not ili-iii! ImmI aii'l al! in 'nation t" the stintiach is aoi:!o.. As a :)iitit:itinal trratmi-nl for atarrli 1. O. ". i imrivaU-il an l wil! Jve aihiot iiiiiiniliait' relief :nni Miro where a!' ftlicr rrrm-iüi-s haw la'u-1. A -a trcatiiit'i:t fir raiarrh it leiielici.il i--n:t-. arc iiiiifonn aii! rcrtaia. lien Mich nit"Mc a li.ini-s. trriiihlim:. lanmior. iiti!;. callow Ramsin the I' l. k. twiiiL s...

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. — 16 August 1895

(D?e3nbcpcnbent Cotton Flower. C. T. Mattingly, while in Alabama last May, secured some cotton seed, which, when he returned was planted in his garden on South Michigan street. The plants have thrived and now stand over t vo feet in height. Mr. Matt ingly presented us with the first developed blossom last week, and there are at present a large number forming. It is a large white llower, bell shape, with a yellow center, which after maturity forms the cotton. If frost does not come too early the plants will mature, and will prove a line sight for the north. Undaunted By Conditions. Py the destructive lire that swept the greater portion of Lockport. Ill , Satur day last, one of our most welcomed ex changes has been removed for a while at least, from our list. The lire origi nated on the roof of the Phoenix otlice, and in a short time the large printing plant was laid waste. The generous character of Leon Mc Donald, the present mayor of Lockport showed itself in his attention to others...

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. — 16 August 1895

M. Lauer & son MERIT WINS ! Tin: hum of fill 5 IB IIa- lna-le suoh ruilkal changes in the irivi' of That it i truly intitle.l to :i !t;:ree of credit for l avin,' rea-liel so envuWe a :ti"ii in thp trade in so shrt a time. Aire 'Iocs not cm.tittite merit ji live, intelligent iro:rresiiii shoaM le tlio M-Liroe of merit nttiier than age. STYLE S FIT $ WEAR Tln-e arc the three .Tares in the hoe l.''.;iiies. A slne may he of jrood style and yet i:-t lit r wi'iir v-ll. ir it may lit ami mt t e in style ami tl:e uearhu; illa!Uies a!;io;:nt to little unless itlits rojH-rly. 1 ;v; t the three jrno-e the tri. l iert'e ti' ii in shoes tyie. tit ainl wear lullet le coinl'lned to' inure entire satisfac tion to :tll parties eoneerne I. I !iis is tiie lesson tliey are teiuhing tl e Loe trade t Marshall county. l'. r fnrtlier particular call at their hea-hjuarters ami make your selections v. lien you are in need of a pair of shoes, a ':it of clotl.es or a nohhy. stylisli hat. I'riees guarantee...

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. — 16 August 1895

AS SUMMER GOES. Now summer all her golden treasures lays Before us, smiling that her work is done; And as we take the gift lo, she is gone! Withdrawing from us with her harvest day. Nor stops to hear our gratitude and praise. And when I see her go, then I entreat That it may b with me when I com plete !Th task Life sets, and vanish in the haze. Bo; let there be no parleying at the last, But take the harvest, be it large or small Assured, oh, friend, that it is my great all, And let me join the summers of the past As peacefully as drops the harvest moon Adown the sky lulled by the west wind's tune. -Womankind. CHARLIE CLIFTON, of the Pan gal Cavalry, had bought two opal rings of a wandering peddler. What did he care about the supersti tion regarding the stones? His fellow officer, Alloaby, was only laughed at for warning him against the purchase. Clifton rode off with the rings, while his friend strolled over to where the peddler was tying up his pack. "See here," he said, '"here's a...

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. — 16 August 1895

J 3 Fvlakes the Weak Strong Hood's Sarsaparilla tones and strengthens the dige-tive organs, creates an appetite, and givt-s refreshing sleep. Itemembei 100 Sarsaparilla Is the one True Blood Purifier. Hnnrl'c Pillc the after-dinner pill and 11UUU a k 1113 tmMv mth.rHn Qa Two Compositions. School compositions occasionally turn out better, from a literary point of view, than teachers anticipate. A teacher in Illinois asked her pupils to bring In "three Items of Information" ebout the river which flowed by their town; and from one small boy she re ceived this model of concise confpo sltion: "THE SANGAMON RIVER. "I have lived near if. "I have seated over it. "I have fallen into it." A'nother teacher set her pupils work on the .subject: "What should lit tle boys not do in school?" and from one of them received the following effort: "Little boys when at school should not make faces at tbo teacher, and should not study too hard cause it makes them near sighted, and should not sit too long ...

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. — 16 August 1895

It i-ays to trade at the l'eoiile's drug store. (J. V. Kivighbuwin and wile went to South 1 k iiti t;)-day. lIaiimi-oks, :,, t- h.'.DO at the IV. 1'le's lnig More. Mr. .Iac'"I Weekeale returned t Jr;!eY"t'd la-t evening. Xaj'i'anets vs. Ma:-i:;s at the i'air ground t"-iii!r;-iv at 2 :')). Oliver i-ws elitärer than ever be fore. John V. A-iky .v: s'ii. Ir. and .Mrs. L. (I. ("apron are at Lake Muxenkiukee to-day. lla;nir..eks ! (t:its at the l'eo-l-les Dru Stre this week. A lull line oT builders' hardware very low at J. V. Ast ley Ä; Son's. Adam Vinnedire and (.'liarlie Pew are fishing at Pretty Lake to-day. Johnd. Leonard kit fr Powagiae Mich., yesterday uii business. liesh i'sh every Friday can always ; be found at Kuhn's meat market. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens took in the ex cursion to Michigan City to-day. Miss Jennie Platts of south I lend is the guest of Miss Meta llehrens. Mrs. C. II. Hughes is visiting her mother at Argos for a day or two. L. A. Kloepfcr and John Huge re turned from...

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. — 22 August 1895

1 Marsli COMO cm o VOL. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22. 1S95. No. 44. ty A cat u c MC (U 13 U WE NEVER KNEW HOW NEAR HAT were until a man and his brother informed us. The brother had on a hatter's best. Five dollars. The man asked us to match it. He walked off with our best THREE DOLLARS. The brother is coining to us next time. Our FALL STYLES of new soft and stiff hats are in. See them. M. AS! mam & Clothing and Haberdashers, E. Side Michigan St., Plymouth, Ind. AT IT rnr- Repairing is in full blast, and to some extent necessarily interferes witli trade. We needs must shift the stock in order to make the necessary repairs. Everything is in a topsy tnrvy condition. So we would kindly beg to be indulged with if we cannot cater to your wants and supply your needs in a becoming manner. Next week we hope to have everything completed and be in a condition to do business again. B & PLYMOUTH. FARM RS, DO YOU WANT CASH? Then cut your scrond growth White Ash...

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. — 22 August 1895

CEfte3nbcpcnftcnt ZIM.M KltMAIV V SMITH. Publishers and Prcp'ie'ors PLYMOUTH, I SB I AHA. IS A DEAD DESPERADO BAD MAN OF TEXAS DIES WITH HIS BOOTS ON. Frizlitful Accident in a IJraddock, Fa., Furnace Train Kobhers Loot a U. I Flyer-Sad Fatality in Buffalo Har bor Drownings at Chicago. Terror of Texas Killed. John Wester Hardin, the terror of the Mexican brder, was shot and killed in the Acme saloon in Kl Paso. Texas, by Constable John Sllman. Sellman's son. who is on the police force, arrested a fe male friend of Hardin a few days ago, and Hardin threatened to run Selhnan out of the town. Monday night Sellman walked into the saloon with a friend. Hardin was inside, and when he saw Sell man he threw his hand to his hip iockot. In an instant Scllman's gun was out and a hall went era shin;: through Hardin's brain. Hardin had in his lifetime killed nine men and served eighteen years in prison for one of his murders. While in prison at Ilunterville. Texas, ho studb',1 law and was admitte...

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. — 22 August 1895

J - TEE FARM AND HOME. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO FARM ER AND HOUSEWIFE. HaTC a Blacksmith Shop on the Fanu -How Quack Crass Can lie Killed 11 lit Cherry 'freed hy the Kondslclc Notes. Farm Machine Iicpairinir. , Oa n!I well-conducted farms where touch machinery Is used, farmers spend a great deal of time running to ami from IhL blacksmith shop. There are so niaay different tools usetl that some thing ives ut almost every day. Now. a groat deal of this expense may be saved by having a small shop 0:1 the farm, says a writer iu the Agricultu rist. A portable forge can be hail for $1. This will answer every purpose, although it is not advisable to get one too small. Secure a hand anvil weighing- about 100 pounds, a good hammer, a ten-jjownd sledge, a sice punch, and a good blacksmith's vise, and you are ready for almost any job but horse shoeing. Of course, a beginner cannot expect to do skilled work at tirst. but with a Irttle practice time and money can bo saved. My outfit contains sev e...

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. — 22 August 1895

CI?e3nbepenbcnt Knten-.l at the Plymouth It Office as secoml da matter. a. i:. zimmi:j:man. a. i. smith, Fi:to;:s am r::'ri:iKTi:s. sri;n:iiTiox riMci-:. One War Six Month BOURBON AND VICINITY. liourbon Tuesday, Aug. 2;. Jlosey Thompson, of Plymouth, was in our city vesterday. ISiul Mattinglywas in riyniouth a few hours yesterday on business. Mi's Lizzie Snonseller left to-day for Toledo, 0.,to visit her sisters. Mr. SyJ. Heals is aroun I on the street looking quite well. Orvil Minard vent over to Rochester this morning for a few days outing. (Jive us six miles an hour speed for trains throught town, or gates at rail road crossings. Mr. Dan Friibiy and wife, were vis iting Sunday at Leesburg, returning home- Monday. Mrs. Louie Fogle, of Montpelier, ar rived Saturday night for a few week's visit with her parents. Al Le-Ue and wife, of Warsaw, ar rived yesterday for a lew days, with Mr. Leslie's parents. Hr. YY. A. Weiser took a ilaj's outing yesterday at the Lake in the Woods. He rep...

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. — 22 August 1895

BOURBON AND VICINITY. Jhnirbon, Au. 10th. Mrs. Isaac riant is rei'orteil as being very sick to-day. Triblry JJros. exjx tt to lit.ish their inventory to-day. Miss Lanne. of Ktna (Ireen, is visit ing with t'ruMids here a few days. Our base ball club is at Warsaw to day crossing bats with that nine. ('has. 15. Deardorff is over to Wana tah to-day buying timber for V'. .1. Acker. Miss Mat tie Frush and brotlier Le vert, left for their home at Wakarusa, ast even'r tleorgt Stockman, our well known thresher, reports a new ri rl at his home since last night. Mrs. Lizzie Poorman was taken very suddenly ill last evening about :'.') but is somewhat better to-day. Miss Dora Deveny will entertain a party of her friends tins evening at her home on LaSalle street. Day S: Calvin dissolved partnership this morning in their butter and egg business, Mr. Day buying the business. Mr. John F. Parks, an old former resilient of this city, but now living in Atwood, was with us a few hours to day. West Ilel...

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. — 22 August 1895

i: $ i fje3nbepen&ent The Weather. About the weather I wish to state That sweltering heat does not abate Strange it is to, to relate That there's no prompting for debate On the weather's torrid state At morning, noon or evening late. Men have but time to mop their brows Boys swelter when they drive the cows Few people now take marriage vows It is too hot for family rows Out torn cat in the cellar meows And cattle will not go to browse. Heat pours down most firey hot With foretaste of a future lot And fills potatoes with dr y rot. McKinley is now said to be the re publican favorite in Kansas for presi dential nomination. A hoy nine years old was recently blown up into a tree by an explosion of gas in an alcohol barrel. This is one of the few instances on record where al cohol has had an elevating effect. The wealth of the United states is more than a fourth as great as that of all the rest of the world put together. So reports Professor Francois, a student of political economy, i...

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. — 22 August 1895

Lauer Popular Approval does far toward establishing the standing of a business hoase in the community, and the good will and favor wo have been shown indicates that those who have dealt with us have been eminently sat isfied with their transactions. Our Shoes are merit mak ers and reputation winners Our Clothing Department Presents this week more than loO choice Knee Pants for Poys from I to It years, 3U0 pairs of Knee Pants only 25 cents per pair. An elegant line of Suits for Men which will be sold very cheap for cash. tD ü North of Postoffice, PLYMOUTH, IND. (Ef?e3nbepen&ent From Friday's Daily. Harry C. Corbin went to South Pend last evening. Julian and David Laur are visiting in Poehester. Dr. Pickey of Donaldson was on our streets to-day. The biggest store in Plymouth. M. Allman S: Son. Mrs. Peggy Sullivan returned to Chi cago this morning. J. C. Punnell went to Donaldson this morning on business. Dr. Deeds made a business trip to Marmont this morning. Will Lankenaw returne...

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. — 22 August 1895

RAILROAD MILEAGE. MOST STUPENDOUS INVEST MENT IN THE WORLD. The Condition, Propre and Prospect of the Koads of the United Statcs Kecent Statistics nml Calculations Bewildering Figures of Cost. Aa Interesting Stnd.T. A study of the condition, progress and prospects of the ra'lroads of the world reveals! facts and tendencies of interest not only to those engaged in transpor tation, but to all students of economic science. Our country now possesses nearly half the railway mileage of the world, ar.1 it is a fair estimate that 6,OK) miles a year of new road can be added to this mileage for the next twenty years. The population of this country to-day is 7n,ia;o,OW, and its .wealth is about $l.oo for each person of the population, or $70,X0,000,000, and this wealth is increasing at the rate of :. a .5 urn a day. The railway capital of Iii; country is now about $11, ßOO.OOO.OW. or one-sixth of the total .valuation of the property of the coun try. Tho capital stock of the railroads is now a ...

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. — 22 August 1895

RENEWING THEIR YOUTII. Stranco Story from a Nebraska Village. From the WorU-llerald. C;naha, Xeb. A Woriu-IIeruId reporter was attracted by the evidence of renewed activity of some of the old inhabitants of Bruce, near Omaha, and inquired the cause. Mr. Andrew Finkciikeler, a member of Co. B of the First Iowa Volunteers dur ing the war. made the following expla nation so far as he himself is concerned. "In July, ISod, while my company was on the march to Austin, Texas, I was attacked with rheumatism of the worst kind in one leg. I was also sunstruck and remained unconscious for several hours. Ever since I hare been unable to stand the heat of the sun, and have been compelled to give up work. There was in my head a bearing down feeling which increased until it seemed my head would burst. My ears rang, and palpa tation of the heart set in, so that the slightest noise would set my heart thumping. Several times it has ren dered me unconscious seven to ten hours t a time. In addition to ...

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. — 22 August 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Ilalbrook Cleveland left the city yesterday morning at 1 o,clock to make a peculiar trip. He will goby wheel to Chicago, by boat to Orand 4IIaven, thence to C rand Uapids and Xiles Mich, and home by rail. Misses Elsie and Lillie Maxey left this morning for Illinois, where they have accepted positions as teachers in the public schools. Miss Elsie going to Tonica and Miss Lillie to Sandwitch. Mrs. (Jeorge A. dates of Chicago, sis ter of Dr. Johnson, who was formerly associated with Dr. Durr of this city, is spending a week with Mrs. Dr. C C. IJurr. They will visit Argos to-day and to-morrow will attend the fair at Max enkuckee. Mr. and Mrs. Sarn Parker, Mr. and Mrs. James Thayer, Mrs. J.C. Jilson, Mrs. CP. Drummond, Mr. and Mrs. llarley Logan, and Mr. and Mrs. CA. Eeeve are attending the fair at Lake Maxenknckee to-day. George W. Kreighbaum returned on Tuesday evening from Elkhart where he was called ten days ago by the illness of his wife's mot her. lie reports that...

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. — 6 September 1895

Co '4. Marsh n cm oeeo Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SKl'TEMIIKK ; l-Stfj. No. -1C. ety eeto M The Reason Why We Have The Biggest Trade in Plymouth Is Because We Sell The Cheapest. SCHOOL SUITS very low in price, but extra good for the price. Mo AHmaii & Big Bargain Givers, E. Side Michigan St., Plymouth, Ind. SEPTEMBER 14, 1895. OUR ROOnS are fast niNvnn; completion, and we arc told authorativcly that they will he finished at the time ahove mentioned. Wc will then have ample space to display ad vantageously our immense stock of merchandise. Realizing the fact that Plymouth is steadily on the increase, we have aimed to keep pace with the growth, and have accordingly taken great pains in selecting our stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, (ient's furnishings, Hats and Caps, Men's loots and Shoes, Carpets and Oil Clothes, Trunks and Valises. The Clearing Sale reduced the stocks in all de Xmrtments very much, consequently must he re filled. So at our re-opening you ma...

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. — 6 September 1895

tea fye3nbcpcnbcnt LMMI-:itMA SMITH, Publishers and Proprie'ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. BOOM IN IRON TRADE. ORE OUTPUT OF 1895 WILL GREATEST ON RECORD. BE Lake Steamer City of Louisville Dis abled in a Gale, but Makes Tort Safely Two Occan-Goinc Vessels Have a Troublesome Time. Every Iron Mine Busy. So far as lake shipping is concerned the ore trade at the close of the present sea eon will undoubtedly surpass all previous records. The tonnage, it now seems un doubted, will exceed even the banner year of lS'Jl. To meet the demand for ore which has been created by the revival of the iron and steel business every mine m the Superior region except a few which arc temporarily prevented by special causes, such a strikes is being pushed to the limit. To carry the product to mar ket all the available vessels of a largely increased fleet have been pressed into ser vice. Responding to this condition of af fairs lake freights have leaped upward. Irou ore has advanced the equivalent of $1 per ton. T...

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