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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

6 edepeedeet emu Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, DECKMHKK 21 I)."). No. 21 W .1 A Barsraie IS WHAT EVERY MAN WANTS, AND HERE THEY ARE. From now on until January 1, 1896, for each and every cash sale J will give the following bargain: With every suit of clothes, an extra pair of pants of the same material as suit; with every single pair of pants, a good pair of suspenders; and all overcoats will he made at rock-bottom prices, (iive me a call. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. A Tellit High Prices This is what occurred at our store this week, and COMFORTS, BLANKETS, CURTAINS and SPREADS received the brunt of the hit. Cost was not considered in the reduction of prices on these goods; we desire to get rid of them before the season further advances. This word; inaugurates this special sale of (JOMFORTS, BLANKETS, CURTAINS and SPREADS. It begins to-day Dec. 18, and continues till Dec. 24. We received a shipment of Chenille4 and Damask Curtains that we wish everyone to see. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. ROOFED BY THE SKYMexicans Delight to Lire no 3iucb as Possible ia the Open Air. The population of the City of Mexico 3s about 300,000, and of these at least two-thirds live literally in the streets. rrhe high altitude, the mildness and dryness of the atmosphere, even In the lepth of -winter, and the almost constantly clear blue sky combine to make 'out-of-door life as attractive as may be Ifound, perhaps, anywhere In the world. fThere is an exhilarating lightness and uplifting buoyancy in the air that gives people a dislike for confinement in the -close, heavy houses of Mexico. Multitudes of persons of wealth cat, fdeop, work, visit, and Idle away their time through the whole year iu their gardens or on the rcry broad porches that extend all about the universal patio of their low, rambling houses. .Thousands of the poorer classes hero never have any homes but cheap tent and hut like adobes, and for years have tdept wherever drowsiness may overtake...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

i EDUCATIOXALCOIUAIN .NOTES ABOUT SCHOOLS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. An Iowa ?rhool Ma'am GItc Pome Firt Week Comments Hints cn Teuchini; Geography Kootliall Krutulity Educational Notes. Some First-Week Comments. On the second day of school after the 3iiinin r vacation I began to bo somewhat acquainted with the new element that had entered my room to take the place of the ambitious class that had Just gone up higher. I had seen the most of them about the building for a year or two, and the teacher who had sent them up from the grade below sent most of their refutation along with them. Siie did not consider her duty done until she had reported to me each case of insubordination, usually accompanied by remarks commendatory of her own management, together with suggestions to the effect that I follow the same course of management for the ensuing year. Thus I knew quitGi bit of their history, and was fully prepared to see Janet wiggle until my own nerves began to respond, to see the little No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

EI?c3nbcpenfccnt i tntort'il at the I'l mouth I'o-t Ofi;v a second class matter. A. II. ZI.MMKUMAN. A. I. SMITH Klili:s AM 1'Ki'IIMKHiKS. l' IWKII'TION l'I'K'K. One Year $l. .Months yt No fourth ward. '(Ikxtlkmkn, name your beverage!" The repubjicans of Plymouth seem to fed considerably exhilerated. It appears that three wards are sutlicient to conduct 'he city affairs. A Nox-rAKTisAX administration of municipal allairs is what is needed in : lymouth. Now that the fourth ward matter is disposed of, why not do away with partisanism in our municipal affairs? Ci.. Mui:i:ion, of Suckerdorn, is making quite a stir as an aspirant for the honors of a presidential candidate. the lion's tail," but men who are capable of rising above political machinations will recognize in its rounded periods a sturdy patriotism of which there has been altogether too little in recent times. JJloomington, 111., Pantagraph. It i.s no doubt true that President Cleveland swelled with pride when he Ieirned that h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

(Ll?e3nbepenbent Satukday, DhCKMßKR 21, lS'JÖ. LOCAL MEVITIES. Present Weather. Th' soiiliiniinf th winter winl. Its sih ami uNnial wail. With ieltiit f the winter rain. And miul ami slush in every lane. They make. forsHth, a dismal tale. Ai.lkn lH:oi. From Wednesday's Daily. Frank JJrooke is on the sick list. J. C Gallagher is on the sick list. Ir. Hamilton of Lapaz, is in the city to-daj Nickel Plate Koad and low rates are synonyms. J. C. Warnes went to DeLong to-day, on business. Miss Minnie Young left for South Lend, to-day, Henry Jarrell is in the city to-day on legal business. R. C. OTilenis, of Argos, attended court Monday. lc. 5c. and 10c. toys in Kloepfer's Bargain Basement. George Marble transacted business in South Bend today. Harley Logan and C. 1. Drummond went to Marmont to-day. Celluloid, plush and leather holiday goods at Tanner'3 drug store. W. J. Fittan, of Silver Lake, this state was on our streets to-day. The Nickel Plate Road operates a dining and sleeping car s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

V JtK ' , ?s l CHErr - WIIKULYKK Christmas is cclehrat : the occasion is invested wi.h more r less of a re-li.r-.oa character. Im t usa.su and surroundings hm' much to lo witli the festive oht rvai.ro of tlu day. IIro, wealth and fashion have somewhat changed the occasion. People go to church lss and give more expensive gifts. Years ago the ci.v was simple, joyful and picturesque a time of home-comings, lovemakings, pardons and prayers. The Merkurs were hum;, the children appeared with a groat hurt ah to lind three or four bright pennies, randies, a few i'aisir.s. a rosy-t heeked apple. It was a children's juhil e, with roast turkey, miner pies, l lind man's buff, and puss in the corner. The practice of making presents was little known. Farther hack our 1'tiritnn forefathers considered all frivolities pagan mummeries, and attempted to uproot the too-lavish pleasure of the lYr.le-tide of merry Old England. There, as here, the new order of things has not banished the children's joy of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

OUR SUNDAY SEBMONS A FEW SUBJECTS FOR ALL TO PONDER OVER. Pride of a Ruler Who Finds Peace and HuppincNS in the Prosperity of His People Anecdote of a Famous . French Atheiet. An Emperor's Memorial Church. , -- fr II I S magnificent I church, just dediil rated in memory of Emperor Frederick, fc I5"T will take rank with I j-J the foremost eccle siastical structures in Furopo. It is a peculiarly lining memorial to this Emperor who. instead of priding himself on being a "war lord," a tur mm bulent spirit ever ready for strife and bloodshed, was a man who sought t ho happiness of his people in the realms of serenity and pea co. Thus will this temple stand a glorious expression in stone f that predominant twit in the German nation which finds expression in the grand, religious, yet defiant old choral, "Eine fest burg ist unser Gott." The intention of the present Emperor was that the cost of the church should not exci t d one million marks, but as the work progressed he found that to real...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 21 December 1895

J ANTA CLAU PRIG t On Ladies' Fur Capes and Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Cloaks at prices heretofore not heard of, a regular give away. Ladies' 30-inches long FUR CAPES, former price $12.00, now $6,98. Ladies' 36-inches long ELECTRIC SEAL CAPES, former price $30.00, now $14.75. Ladies' 30-inch Real ASTRACHAN or WOOL SEAL CAPES, former price $25.00 to $30.00, now $13.75. 5 A A P. u 5 9 (ft 0 i w These Capes are consigned to us from a manufacturer that had to replevin them from a bankrupt retailer. It is not our oss, but it is your gain. All of our Ladies', Misses and Children's Jackets and Capes, made of all kinds of cloth, will be closed out at just such prices as the Fur Capes are sold at Infants' Eiderdown Cloaks, 98c , $1.28, $1.48 $1.98 and $2.48, worth double and treble ;he prices asked here. They come ' from our largely overstocked manufacturer, and are sold at i of manufacturing price. As we said before, what is one person's loss is another's gain. And you will b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

ledepeedeet emu eewy Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 25 im. No. 28. W A Barsrain IS WHAT EVERY MAN WANTS, AND HERE THEY ARE. From now on until January 1, 189G, for each and every cash sale I will give the following bargain: With every suit of clothes, an extra pair of pants of the same material as suit; with every single pair of pants, a good pair of suspenders; and all overcoats will he made at rock-bottom prices. Give me a call. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. Our i Handkerchief Stock acknowledged by all to be the most complete and finest line ever put on the market in this city, is still unbroken. Thousands have been sold, but such large quantities have been purchased that still sufficient remain to satisfy the wants of all. Our Special Sale of Curtains, Blankets, Comforts and Spreads still continues. That money can be saved at this sale can be proven. All new goods at reduced prices. Don't delay for this sale closes tomorrow, the 24th inst. Ball PLYMOU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

THE IDOL NODS. When a man forgets his Meal lie may hope for happiuess, but not till then. John Oliver llobbes. The tender, love-sick youth believes !That lovely womau ne'er deceive: lie curses cynic pro.. Alack for belie! alack for beau! If one fine day he comes to know The idol sometimes nods. She may, indeed, be passing fair. .Willi sparkling eyes and golden hair That charm him. What's the odds If he should ever pet a hint That lovely tresses change their tiut? Ah. me, the idol uods! i tho merry ma Men's foot Eook very small, divinely sweet, In glossy leather shod. "What praise he'll lavish, goodness knows; But if he saw her tortured toes The idol then would" nod. I'or him her face is wreathed in smiles Misogynists would call them wiles There's j.y where she has trod; lint then one day he sees her frown, Ilia airy castles tumble down, Why docs, the idol nodV Ah, well for him who com?' to think. That life has drab as well as pink, That man is not a god; And happiness he'll only rin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

Zfyc3nbcpcnbcni Publishers and Prep -ie?ors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. CBEDIT IS THEIR CLUB HOW LONDONERS HOPE TO WORST THIS GOVERNMENT. Financiers Considering the Advinability of Realizing Cash-Some Kntertaiu Fear as to the Final Kesult Wall Street in a Mighty Uproar. May Call iniTheir Credits. A London dispatch says: A grave but Inevitable e..iis im i;ce of President Cleveland's message upon the ISritishVenezuelan dispute has arisen perhaps cooncr than might have been expected. A meet ing of prominent financial leaders who have important interests in the Tinted States was held in a Loudon banking office for the purpose, of considering the advisability of united action in calling In their American credits. It is undoubtedly within the nwer of Fnglish capitalists by such a combined movement to deal America a blow which would, temporarily, be terribly embarrassing and disastrous. Jt would, however, prove to a certain extent a lwioinerang. und this riew had its influence- uion the majority of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

ül?e3nbepenbcnt Entered ;it the Plymouth It Office as swoml Ylas.s Matter. A. II. ZI. MM Kl! MAN. A. I. SMITH KlMTOKs AM rirol'KIKTOltS. sriwci:uTio rincK. One War fl." Six Months We hain't got time to arjjy 'bout the silver bill er sich, Why tlie jMMr is gittio' ioorer and the rieh keep gittiu' rkh; We hev sai.l our say about tlie uew fourth ward tliatd'm't stick, An' we ain't surpried tliat Brothers M an. are feelin' sick. We don't keer to make no speeches hat we'd like to say aain Jes to whisper in yer ear, iike thet it looks like rain: JSkotiiku Me, this is crow, done to a brown. Which do you prefer, some of the breast or a wing? The second message of President Cleveland seems to have counteracted all the good impressions, made m con gress by his first message. A man who iiaj held onto the public teat for years and held otlice after otlice of tin most lucratie nature, is very apt to drop into the opinion that he bosses the politics of his particular bailiwick. Tiikkk ar ton many...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

THE MODEL presents to its readers this week an elegant line of HOE For Ladies, Centlemen and Children at 10 per cent above manufacturer's prices, or 20 per cent below all competition. Please call and examine goods and prices. We take pleasure in showing goods, whether you wish to purchase or not. Ilespectfully, Ryan & Joseph. X. 15. We are selling Overcoats for men and boys at 80c. on the dollar. (EI?e3nbepenbent Wednesday, Decemhei: 23, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. If ivacht-il auin the time o year TImmijMi minus ice an snow "WVn the small hoy's much in evidence An' the turkey's layin low. From Saturday's Dally. County Surveyor Warnes is at DeLong today. Miss Ilessie Jloyle will spend the holdays at St. Louis. Mrs. Dr. Loring and daughter went to Monterey to:'ay. A beautiful line of gilt book's at Tan ner's by the F. X. Hank. Miss Laura liyder arrived from Klkhart today.for a week. Sh whisper it softly but (leorga Kippey has a new suit. Bourbon's new K. 0. T. M. lodge has 20 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

t : 4 If THIS IS Ol 1 Eagle's Screams Arouse Ameri can Patriots. LION MUST KEEP OUT. Congress Votes to Sustain the President. Bill Passed Giving Him Money and the Commission-American Fcoile, Kccardlcss of Party, Uphold Grover In the Enforcement of the Monroe Doctrine Nothing Since the War Has So Deeply Stirred This Nation The British Press Is Insolent and Furious. "Washington ceripsporulcnce: Congress is with the President In the support of the Monroe doctrine, and tlie 'American people are with Congress. The House of Ilepresetiintiu-s without dissenting voire has passed a bill appropriating 5?U0.000 f,r an American judicial commission to ascertain the true boundary between British Guiana and A'ene.ueki. this is the beginning of the A SURPRISE FOR THE LION Z.-if3f KA. i VV fft'A ft j . y. fwßzimM. ,', Li &M0AJ jr mmsy -!, It is impo-sible to disgui.e the gravity of the difficulties tbat have arisen between Great Britain and the United Sta'e.. Pre.sidt nt Cleveland's mess...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

BEST IN THE WORLD. ot THE RISINO SUN STOVE POLISH in cakes for general blacking- of a stove. THE SUN PASTG POLISH Icr a nuict efter -dinner shine, applied tn 1 polished with a cloth. Horso Uro., lroi. Canton. Mas. U. K- A. KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement r.nd tcnd3 to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, w ith less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the'necuj of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing :md truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxiitive; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ana permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the medical profession, becau.-e it acts on the Kidneys, Live...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 25 December 1895

LOCAL BREVITIES. I don't want much this t'hris'mus time, I'm most too big for toys, 'Nd I've pot 'bout as many things As most o' girls "ml boys. I've had my share o tops 'nil things O' swords 'ml flags 'ml drums I'ut 1 do want, sure, to be a rake AV'eu Santa Claus conies! A merry Christmas! Dr. Knott is at Rochester. Dick Shakes is in Kokomo. C. C. Buck, of LaJ'orte, is in town. James A. Reeves is on the sick list. John Kuhn is at home from Chicago. Mrs. C. 11. Hughes went to Argos to day. Paul Ketcham went to South Bend today. Mr. and Mrs. Kyser went to Chicago to visit. Jont Kellar, of Wabash, is in town on business. Nickel Flate Road and low rates are synonyms. Mrs. Charles Boggs, of Argos, was in Plymouth. Mrs. Rothenberger will spend the day in Mul berry. Dr. Baker and wife went to Chicago this morning. Jake Martin and wife left for Indi anapolis today. Bert Marble left todiy to spend Christmas in Chicago. W. S. lleeves is expected home from Ciiicago this evening. Sam Miller an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 28 December 1895

W eperadeol eeRiiy emu IM Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, Div 'KM $KK 2s. is;.;,. No. 14 1 : 4 A Bargain A MODEL MAI! K KT. IS WHAT EVERY MAN WANTS, AND HERE THEY ARE. ; lrfc-t cleanliness. The front part of in eivst is n..t as oiidm-ive V good as I ni'Vi; 1 rri T II I" llMl I Y ! this room is to be partitioned oft' and to take o;f one's own mat and i.ut i ' ' ' ll'MjLl and wih be used as a packing room. sie 1 1 ! i U j- to ' he w-ee! an I a!! push to- ; Kunh's New Market is One of the 1 -ng nus been slighted. W,eiigetl.e. Maul bv i'", Finestt one has seen it all tbe idea of c -in-. i.ationize home merchants abl maim- iLe Pas'lng of Cmldno.-d s Merriest pletetiess is perfect. Kvery suggestion ; lecturers and be willing that ail should Festival. ' "f improvement is already a reality receive a fair profit for iheir labor. 1 1-1- - 1- . AND IS SO PRONOUNCED BY ALL. wn.cn is Li useii me Lest guaranty ot Murtv i a partnership of interests i-i;ini; .Market I -1 1 I'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 28 December 1895

"THE DREAM-SHIP. When th world is fast rs!cop. Along the midnight skies As though it wore a wonderiug cloud The ghosily Dream-Ship Hit s. An anzel stands at the Dream-Ship's helm. An angel stands at tho prow. And an angel stands at the Dream-Shiii'a side i Willi a rue wreath on her brow. The other amrcls. silver-crowned, Pilot and helmsman are, And the angel with the wreath of ruo Tose;h the dreams afar. The dreams they fall on rieh and poor, They fall on young and old; And some are dreams of poverty, And some are dreams of gold. And some are dreams that thrill with joy. And some that melt to tears. Some are dreams of the dawn of love, And some of the old dead years. On ri h nr.d poor alike they fall. Alike on younsr ami fid, Bringing To d-imhoring earth their joys And jo:rows manifold. The friendless youth in them shall do The d ( Is f mighty men. And die. ping ago shall feel the graco Of buoyant youth again. The king slia'i hp a boggarman ' The pr.uper le a king In th.ir revenge o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 28 December 1895

BEST IN TUR WOULD. r lv - r-IJ ,f TOT (lXY.XiV rt THH RISING SUN STOVE POLISH in cal.es for general blacking of a stove. TKH SI N PASTE POLISH lor a ntiict after -dinurr snine. yrdied and polished with a cloth. BXors Bros., 1'rop., Canton, Jlaiu U.S. A. 57 ! f TS-.:' 1 ,7 - V ?v 1 irt-'.; ' KNOWLEDGE Ericcrs comfort and improvement nnd tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, v.ho live better than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, ly more promptly adapting the world's best products to the'need.? of physical being, v.ill attest the va'us to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy. Syrup of Fi. Its excellence is due to its presenting In the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a jeriVct laxative; effectually elevating the system, dispelling ohl, headaches and levers and permanently curing constipation. It has pi ven atUfaetioti to millions und met with the approva...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent — 28 December 1895

(Li?c3ntcpenbeni N. ! u-. l i! ; I ! ! 1 , i M r ; 1 1 l - . 'i is every evidence that Cuban aft airs are rapidly approaching a ( s is;Tin: critical condition of a!fatr a! the principal scenes of hostile artivitj in Cuba has called all attention again to the all'airs in that war oppressed country. The variation from the tense strain of all-absorbing interest in a prospective war with Fngland alTords a temporary relief winch cannot fail to be appreciated. T n: republican doctors of the House have prescribed a dose of tariff medicine for the ick treasury. If taken according to directions it will umfoubted.y have the eiTec of a permanently stivtigtheiiiiu; tonic, Manv members tf thebi.dy politic will rebel against I the administration of this medicine but if the prescript ion is g -mhI and it is : what th- eonntr, needs no one should ... ,, , i make wry tac-s while swallowing the , remedy. , j N' -' , in the midst of the sea on ' v!. Sell. u our mental statu;idv dist ui !c(i bv rather ...

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