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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 6 September 1895

4,ME. HAßTET ON MONEY S A MEASURE OF VALUES IS A THING OF VLUE. IT -Primitive Illustration of What Is n Measure of Value The Meaning of Uinietullism The Infamy of the Siujjlc Gold Standard. Medium of Exchange. "'Money is a medium of exchange? ami i measure of values," says W. II. Har vey, author of Coin's Financial School. As a measure of values it is a thins of value. Wlien we express price, we -Lave reference to the unit of value or Its equivalent. When we say that a Jiorse is worth $100, we have reference to the relative value of the horse and the dollars that is, that the horse in exchangeable value is worth one hun dred times as much as the substance residing In the unit of value. Here is -a primitive illustration of what is a measure of values: "If the law selects a bushel of wheat as the unit of value, and wheat only is money, and the horse is worth one hun lretl bushels of wheat, then we say the horse is worth $100. If, instead of bushels of wheat, grains of wheat were -doll...

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. — 6 September 1895

Che 3nbcpcnbcnt T i Untere! at the I'Ivi.ioutl lNt Office as smjiiu class inatttT. I . . - - - - - j A. K. ZI MM HILM N, .. i. smith, ' iinm am l'nni üiKi''! -tum i::ition vuu 1:. Ul i- V :ir BOURBON AND VICINITY. September IV.";. Vat h this ci'imr.n this wtek. Tin- Daily Indi riiNDKNT only h: per wvek. Frank .MeKmiiey of PJyiinMiTh was in town to tlay. .lud lUviiiv of IJochestt-r was at home ovvr Sunday. Mr.aml Mri. l'trd FriMey drove ovtr lo I'lviimulh to-dav. Daniel llisey is reported as being very sick with heart trouble. Power A; lleiehert are having a new: 1 o- laid in their storeroom. Mr. F.iack, onr deputy sheriff, was in Ituvn a lew hour yesterday. Mr. Thomas I'aschall left yesterday for a few iays visit witli his son a llloomingburg. Hev. linger and family left this iimr:i fcig for Huntington, for a few days visit with relatives and friends. Mr. .Jessie Uurkett, who has suffered q insult rably from a cancer on his left hand, was able to be in town a few moments to-day. Phi...

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. — 6 September 1895

ARGOS AND VICINITY. Argos, Aug. 'MX YV. I.. Sauber was in Mentone last Tuesday on business. .Jacob IIolTman went to Chicago yes terday on business. Fred llerlin is attending the central telephone Doards here. F.. . Mess has his old sign painted over and it looks very nice. ('. Z. Howe has moved nearly all his outfit into the Fickerel building. Miss Lizzie Hoggs returned from a business trip to Chicago yesterday. A omg friend from Ft. Vane is visilmg Loyd Slyter for a few days. Mr. Nuthney ami Mr. Turner is go ing lishing to day at Maxenkuckee. Several pt-ople attendtnl the Vaitor sau sale north-east of Argos this morn ing. .lohn Huffman returneu from his trip through the east the fore pari of he week. .lames Curtis is doing she carpenter work in the building soon f be occu pied by C. Davis. Miss Sallie lirazelton left for Chica go this morning, where she will re main for some time. Parties from Mentone who have been hunting down in Starke county, return ed through here last evening....

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. — 6 September 1895

f?e3nbcpenbent BUSINESS IS SOLD. 'PtV 4 I 1 1 I '11 j t m ia in n l . IUI) NOT SUCCEED. KIDNAPPERS AT KEWANNA WERE FOILED YESTERDAY. They ('apt ur 1 h Little (iirl Itut Were Oiliekly ('iiiM-llel to Iteleae lier Were ilul t Km ape. From Friday's Daily. The normal peace and quietude of the staid and modest little city of Ke wanna was violently disturbed by a well developed sensation yesterday af ternoon, when two neat appearing men drove to a point on the principal street, captured a little girl and made ready for hasty departure. The kidnappers were foiled, however, by two women who emerged from a neighboring house and screamed until the populace con gregated en-masse to ascertain what calamity had befallen them. lSutchers, bakers and blacksmiths came from every direction. EBusiness men deserted their stores and laborers their work to see what was the matter and they quickly learned that the little girl was the daughter of one of the women who had started the alarm, and that the two ...

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. — 6 September 1895

Popular Approval (iufs far toward establishing the standing f a business house in the community, and the good will and favor we have been shown indicates that th se who have dealt with us have been eminently sat isfied with their transactions. Our Siioks are merit mak ers and reputation winners Our Clothing Department Presents this week more than ir,o choice Knee Pants for Roys from I to It years, :iuo pairs of Knee I'ants c nlv 20 cents per pair. An elegant line of Suits for Men which will be sold very e neap for cash. D North of Postofiice, PLYMOUTH, IND. (Ef?c3nbepen&ent From Friday's Daily. Miss IdoniaConlell is visiting friends at Argos. Jas. A. (iiimore went to Chicago on business to-day. Mi?s Nina Mendenhall returned to liourboii to-day. Rinehart, of Grovertown, was trading in Plymouth to-day. 1). 1). Gunther, of Rochester was in this city yesterday on business. S. J. Peters of Rochester was visiting friends in this city yesterday. Mis Daisy Nussbaum entertained a party o...

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. — 6 September 1895

I CHEATER "T" "X 7" HAT is now related took W place in "ye good old times," when the farmer knew but little or nothing of banks of deposit and their advantages, but relied mostly up on the honesty of his eity acquaintances or of the host of his urban inn. Therefore, when one nice day the farmer of the lower village drove to the city with a well-lilletl bag to make some extensive purchases at the annual fair he was not a little vexed to discover that the inn. "The Sun," wherein be usually stopped, was filled from top to bottom with guests to the fair. He need only wait a few days, explained the host, and there would be pleuty of rooms vacant, but till then Mr. Farmer would have to apply to some other tav ern. Perhaps a few houses further on, Just around the corner of the next street, in '"The Green Tree," there might be room for him. That would be quite near. too. etc., etc. Mr. Tanner hesitated for a moment. He was not acquainted with the pro prietor of "The Green Tree." but the hos...

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. — 6 September 1895

I CAN CURE ASTHMA FEVER. AND HAT Inadine Phjsician at Last Dis covers the Keruedy. The majority of sufTerers from asth ma and kindred complaints, after try ing luauy doctors and numberless ad- Tertised remedies without avail, bare come to the conclusion that there Is no cure for these most distressing diseases, and no doubt these same persons will be the more in doubt and skeptical when they learn through the columns of the press that Dr. Hudolpb SchiH manu.the recognized authority, who has treated more cases of these diseases than any living doctor, has achieved success hy perfecting a remedy which not only gives immediate relief in the worst cast's, but has positively cured thousands of sufferers, who were con sidered incurable. These were just as keptical as some of our readers, who are thus afflicted, now are. His remedy 110 doubt possesses the merit claimed by the doctor or he would not be willing to authorize this paper to announce that he is uot only willing i give free to ea...

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. — 6 September 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. JJorn to Mr. and Mrs. I lent z a boy on Thursday afternoon. Jlicycles, bicycle sundries and repair work at Underwood Sc Walls, Center street. John V. Astley has sold his standard bred Holstein cow and calf to JItnj. .Switzer. Miss Louisa IJall returned Sunday night from a two weeks visit at Colum bia City. J. XV. Wolford is moving into the Anderson property recently purchased by him. Tyner Vanvactor and daughter, of Huntington, are visiting in this city for a few days. Hol brook Cleveland returned to t. Louis Saturday after a visit of several weeks in this city. Daniel Tayne, wife, and son of South Jiend were guests of the family of Win. Huysen, over Sunday. Lavora M. Styles has purchased a lot in Wheeler's addition and expects to erect a home thereon. Hollo Dennett and Miss Hertha Lang enbaugh visited relatives of Miss Lang enbaugh at Hremen Sunday. Mrs. Hezekiah Pershing and Mrs. Stansburry have returned from an ex tended visit to Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. J. C...

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. — 13 September 1895

c f f y JlcCU.ll Vol. I. .PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY. SKITKMIiKI? n is:;. S'o. -Hi i V VlÖLU. SU Ji The Yellow Siirn. KLEINSCHMIDT THE TAILOR. Largest lino of fall and winter woolens in Marshall county. The best grade of workmanship at living prices are the attractions I offer the public for the fall and winter trade. Tailor made clothing is what you want, and I am the man to make it. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE tailor. 7 ANYTHING Ev3fychin hit will ten 1 to hin nbv.ifc tin above result Ave propose to do. Saturday, September 14, 1895, our re-opening day, we will aim to make a day memora ble in our business career. Every effort will be put forth and no stone will be left unturned to make this day wit ness the largest concourse of peoplcever before gathered beneath the roof of our emporium. Xot only a sight seeking people, but also a purchasing people. Our deduction Sale before the overhauling and ren ovating took place greatly reduced our stocks, conse quently we must replenish...

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. — 13 September 1895

Cf?e3nbcpcnbcnt Publishers and Proprie'ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. SURPRISED A JUDGE. SENTENCED PRISONER CON FESSES ANOTHER CRIME. Defender Crippled by Her It i vol, Meets Her First Defeat Women May Be Admitted Request of Navy De partment Is Surprisingly Moderate. Confesses to a Train Robbery. At Fort Wayne, Ind.. after receiving a ton years sentence to the Northern pen itentiary for shooting Deputy Sheriff liar rod. John C. Stone astonished Judge O'Rourke', the jury and the audience by rising in the prb er's box and 'confess ing that he and Wallrath, his pal, who was killed in the battle with the indie-e, were members of the gang of train rob bers which a few months ago held tip a Lake Shore train near Wasepi. Miel. He gave the Sheriff two gold watches and three railroad switch keys that he took from the trainmen that night. The rail road people have been after the switch keys without success ever since the train was held up. Stone, it is supposed, be longed to a band of train robbers, ...

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. — 13 September 1895

'vT 5 L. T O be tidy is to facilitate largely the workaday affairs that wo all more or less nave to Dear ami sliare. We need not be finicky, but we can be certain first of all that there is a place for everything and next that ev erything is in its place. Many of us know the girl who. hastening to class or lecture, leaves at home an uutidied room, open-lidded boxes, bureau draw ers, suggestive of compressed earth quake, bookcase doors swinging in Im minent risk of demolition who litters hall stand and vestibule with discard ed gloves and crumpled memoranda, whose belongings are distributed indis criminately through every room, re gardless of ownership. She evidently "waits tovkelp." but is she preparing herself meanwhile for the prospective service? Many of us know the patient mother who moves along in the track of thi. household hurricane to remove the de bris, rearrange the surroundings, closo a box. smooth a glove, clear stand and table of encumbrances and make fast the dxr that ...

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. — 13 September 1895

IMKKCETOXOX FlltE. FLAMES EAT UP HALF TOWN. OF THL A. !:. ZlMMi'.KMAN. A. !. S.I ITU I l! i'; s AM' li:o: !:-. I'l iiitiiic I'.'Vh f, i!i!H. K :: in ; u . I II.inU 1 rnv! ! tin- I i ry 1 nion. CCl?c3nbcpcnbcnt rittt-rt -i ;:t t!i( r.iiiMith pot ülf ji M-.-tiiii!-r.a- iiiiitt' r. 1 i;v !;;i'Ti(; im:m 1:. 4 in- Ym ! ?!.! Si Mo:il!i :: GRAZ E WITH DRINK. ')::: '!. I.iliK: l l t-It HrlMij I'loj't rt.V i'lH Ii'.it Arnl, During the noon hour Tuts lay (juilt a crowd of people were attracted to To!;:i Wolloi'i's saioon bv i-eiiig sever a! men mi1i out of the door ami iiunio Uiately after the sound of breaking g!.:s and furiiit tire was bean: on the ir.r kle. e'eral people started to g m but v.e:e dr:vi n hack hy having bottles and ;!ai-es thrown at their l:eacls bv a man who stood behind the bar, evident ly a ravin? maniac simply posseted of t le idea of destruction. The bartender, a mere boy of only about twe.ity-om years, ws Iheiel ut powei It ss to arrest the destruction that was taking ...

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. — 13 September 1895

A VALUABLE FIND. MR. JON NEWHOUSE DIGS INTO A HILL AND MAKES A DISCOV ERY. Kill! a lt'it of Yellow- Ocl'i e Suil t l.e of ine Ouility aid H:i I'rolaMv Mruck j lUiiMiiz:t .lwuy Tltout;Iit tiw Hill out lined :i Valuable Mineral leodl. Mr. John Xewhouse has discovered a mineral dciosit in a side hill on his farm one-half mile wtst of this city which may prove a bonanza of the first magnitude. It is no more nor less than a vast bed of yellow ochre which lies but four feet below the surface. Ochre is simply a variety of line clay contain ing iron, but while tins is true it is not found in such quantities tint it does not have a considerable stabie commer cial value and if this discovery by Mr. ..... . ! lieved it will do, it will add a luge tor- ; tune to his already comfortable poss s- j sions. J When seen ixewuouse said that samples ot me ochre, when used in mixing paint had proven satisfactory in every respect and that when the paint was applied it maue lavorauie companion won anv-i t...

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. — 13 September 1895

CI?c3nbcpcnbcnt .V Summer Summer tlay with cloudlets white. Zephyrs ami flowers, peaceful sight. 4 : irl in hammock reading a hook I'mli-r a tree in .h;nly nook. Man on hicycle riding by; ; irl in hammock extremely shy. Man on li-ycle strikes a stone. Falls from wheel- is heard to groan. r.U'jele Hum is audacious flirt, ; irl doent know-thinks he's hurt. Inquires what's hroke. arm. leg or neck; Man doesn't know, thinks he's a wreck. Is heliH'd to his feet, can hardly walk. Staggers to hammock too weak to talk. ;irl from hammock much concerned. Is inexperienced, much to he learned. Swings the hammock, hathes Iiis head; Man recovers, not niite dead. Talks and laughs, time flies ly. lias a good time you know why. I inner announced, man partakes. Meat and potatoes, pies and cakes. After .linner more conversation. lreadsto go-dust: perspiration! l'.est of friends at last must part; Man gets ready with heavy heart. dust before man mounts his wheel Tries to find out how girl must feel. Ih'...

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. — 13 September 1895

IVpular Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitter?. Trong Suits for the Poys. Every Lady who has a Poy Should Come and see our BOYS' CLOTHING Every stitch and seam is true and firm, the fabric strong and of a color that wou't soil easily. These .Suits are put together for the roughest kind of wear. You might pay more else where for Clothing not as good. Olk Stylf.s and Pkicks Pleasl Eykiiy i;oiy. OUR SHOES Are merit makers and reputation win ners. Call and see see us. North of Post Office. (EIe3nbepenbent LOCAL EVENTS. From Friday's Daily. sailors of all descriptions at Mrs Moore's. AVinter baby-bonnets at Mrs. 1). K. Moore's. See those handsome feather boas at Mrs. Moore's. AV. K. Pailey went to Walkerton "Wednesday night. J. AV. Prown, of Walkerton was in this city on business yesterday. AV. F. Young and family returned from Cheboygan, Wis., last night. A. P. Underwood and son returned from their western trip last night. The ball game this morning resulted in another victory for the Maroon...

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. — 13 September 1895

THREE. One! Two! Three! Now where can the baby be? ' Only the briefest while ago We went into ecstasies over his "crow." Then he was creeping about the floor. And into our hearts he went all four! If then we hail lest him, what had we done In the wonderful year of One! One! Two! Three! What n kidnaper Time ran be! He'a stolen my little child away That spoke my name but yesterday. "Take ail that 1 have of silver and gold And give me aprain little Two-year-old" Such reward I had olered to you, and to you, la the twijutiful year of Twol One! Two! Three! Tis God's sweet mystery! Time's not a thief, but a bringer of joy, And has doubled my blessings in this dear loy. Ob, give me to love hint, and do not re fuse. Kind Fortune, what's needed for stock ings and shoos! To love him in wisdom, that he may love me Long years that nay follow year Three! William S. I.iord. CUEING BROWN OF SKEPTICISM. BROWX was the sworn foe of superstition. He derided nil the good old saws, and he jeered at omens...

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. — 13 September 1895

(teilst 'KRAN UW SIIERIFF WILKIXS FREED. Years of Slavery and How lie Es caped Health la Improving Ilad Gained Fifteen rounds in Weight TQlka About His Deliverer Dally. Urbana, Ohio, Sept. 9, 1S03. (Spwrial.) -This town is in quite a boil of excite ment since the facts about the improved physical condition of manj- of our leading citizens became known. Anderson Sc Cramer, the big wholesale and retail drug gists, were called on and frankly admit ted that they were the lirst to start the good work, as Mr. Anderson termed it. "Yes, we introduced Xo-To-Bac into this town about three years ago. The demand at the start was very liht, the folks had no faith in it, but we sold to a few people, and to our great astonishment every one reported a cure. Since that time we have sold hundreds of boxes, and every one un der a guarantee to cure or refund the money, and strange as it may seem, we have never had a call to refund money. This is indeed a great record of merit, and it is because of this...

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. — 13 September 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. Theodore Sponger drank spirits of camphor yesterday by mistake for whis key and hemorrhage of the stomach re sulted. He laid in a critical condition for some time but hopes are now enter tained for Iiis recovery. Cook's Hippodrome Co., which created so much amusement at the fair last year by their novel performances ar rived in this city yesterday and will re main during the fair. Some new feat ures will be Introduced by them Joseph Litchfield, ten years old, son of Leroy Litchfield, residing at Thomas Mills, died yesterday, of intlamation of the bowels. He had only been sick since Sunday. Interment today at Tiosa. Will Trice of Silver Lake, who has been visiting in this :ity for a few days, left this morning for IJourbon where he will visit a few days before returning home. He was accompanied by his sister, Mrs. Henry Reynolds. Friday Sept. J0th will be Plymouth Day at the Fair. AH business houses in the city will close oa that day be tween the hours of 1 and 5 p...

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. — 20 September 1895

M. ' a r.',' I. V. lair g:'1'!)!! ill windth; rs of m,.iv 1. . c,t 11, i::.' :i:';!' a .e:t.tar.c Mar nail Co Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL C0U3.TY, INDIANA. FRIDAY. F. IT K Ml; KR X. '... 47 ty independent J .7 The Yellow Silin.. KLEINSCHMIDT THE TAILOR. Largest line of fall and winter woolens in Marshall county. The best rade of workmanship at living prices are the attractions I offer the public for the fall ami winter trade. Tailor made clothim? is what vou want, and I am the man to make it. AT THE FAIR. BROWN'-DAV'S SHKEI AND Ilous - e. The whoh 't of ep MERCHANTS DISPLAY SURPASS PREVIOUS EFFORTS. Mo k sluiw l'ullv up to Mainlarl Poultry I'anci' rs Iilij;littl Agricultural li ll;y l ine. From Thursday's Daily. Those who visited the fair today will not come home disappointed. Great effort has been expended to make it first-class in every respect. The attend ance ii i to date lias not been up to the expectations of the managers, but it is through no fault of theirs, as everv I .' -"'...

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. — 20 September 1895

(Lfyc3ufrcpcnbcnt Publishers and Proprle'ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. CLARA'S FEAT A FAKE SHE DIDN'T JUMP FROM BROOK LYN BRIDGE. Cuban Hebels Tnke a Town, and Ad miral Mello May llnpousc Their Cause Great Iay for Atlanta Al most a Lynching in Kansas. It is now nnneinccl that Mrs. (Tiara McArthur. wh won fame ly an alleged jump from flu- Hrooklyn bridge and who is now winning a fortune in a Howery museum, never jumped from the lrilro at all. Mrs. M'Arthur's husband became angry because he was not given what he considered tu he his share of the pro ceeds of the museum engagement, and derided to expose the plot to deceive the public. It is asserted that the woman at first refused to even jump out of a boat under the bridge unless a rope was fast tened around her; then she refused to jump on account of the fold, dark water of the river. Finally the men threw her from the boat into the river and after ward fished her out. Mello Ji on tlic Way. The P.ritish steamer Taff, at Boston Tuesday from ...

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