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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 4 October 1895

PVW "r-V- THE CURSE OF GOLD. Three significant facts wore told in t'ie cablegram from Europe published In the Sunday papers. First The condition of the Avorking mcn in England, and especially in Lon don, is constantly groAving worse. Wages, already barely sutlieient to sup port life, are being reduced still lower, and many factories are closed entirely. Second The Berlin chamber of com merce has issued its report for 1S0L The general state of business is de scribed as unfavorable, except in cer tain branches. It says the public show a marked tendency to buy cheap and inferior goods, which results in a de pression of prices. Third The gold and silver reserves of the bank of France have reached a sum in excess of . ny), of which amount 2. H U n m is in silver. This is not only the largest reserve in the world, but it has never been paralleled in the history of li nance. Great Britain and Germany are un der the single gold standard. France has a bimetallic currency and maintains the pa...

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. — 4 October 1895

CI?c3nbepenbent täilvü at the Plymouth P-t oi'jivr as mviiI Vla- matter. A. K. XI UMKKMAN. A. 1. SMITH KlMTons AM I'noi-jjiKToiis.' rr.'.( iiirrioN ri:ici:. Oac Y ar S M r!iN Ox acou'it of heavy shipments of lemons from Europe there is a j:t 'lia bility that verv io;v prices will soon pre vail in the American market. This is interesting news to the American beües who use lemon juice f r their complexions. A ooh'any of IJritish surveyors are reported to be running a new boundary line between Alaska and Canada, pre liminary, it is presumed, to one of the an I sva's lor whL 1 Kn;l i a I is u .i nus. i in new Hue will rob the I'nited ta? -s oi' verv valuable territory, incluel ing uüiies. harbors ami hsheries Caua Ja is sürrmg up the mater und Kurland is i-a-klng her co'onv. T!ii:i:i: seems to fn bivakcrs a cad in the gu-at Tri-ennia! Convention of t!ie American Kpisc pal Church now in session in Minneapolis, on account of radii ai differences between the laymen Uhd the bishops on 111:1...

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. — 4 October 1895

C5e3n5epcnbcnt Entered at the Plymouth Post Office as second class matter. A. 1. ZIMMEKMAX. A. I). SMITH EDITORS AND PKOPRIKTOKS SUHSCKIPTIOX 1MUCK. One Year Hlx Months The millers of the country are form ing a gigantic trust, and the probabil - ties are that an advance in the price of Hour will soon follow. It is said that Mr. Cleveland will de cline the nomination for a third presi dential term. There are people who believe this is a case of "sour grapes" with Mr. Cleveland. The New York Commerce is author ity for the report that there will be thirty-nine in the senate and eighty eight in the house unalterably in favor of free coinage of silver. A democratic contemporary in announcing the assurance of a decided victory tor his party, gave as his reason, a sign that never failed in his estima tiona large crop of hickory nuts. The State of Indiana surely has no reason to feel ashamed of Governor Mathews, especially in connection with his recent action in furnishing the necessary fun...

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. — 4 October 1895

All I ii-iriii I'uir. A well known young lady of Joliet 111., recently attended the Will county fair at that idace, and was so inspired with what she saw and heard that upon arriving home -he immediately wrote the lines given below. They were not written for publication, but aside from their poetical merit we give them to the public that the managers of other fairs may labor more zealously to produce reMilts as inspirational as were those of the managers of the Will county fair: TlIK WILL ( Ol NTY FAIK. I've jn-t pit homo from lli county fair. Ami I'll try to fll you what I saw there; So listen my dear. Ami ou ii:ill hear nf the thing I saw both common ami rare. l"irt the riöe thro' dut ami heat To Kiverview l'ark.on North Collins street. The tlutjlew in cl.m! All over tlv crouds. Who were plodding uioug with wi an li-et. Wc paid oi;r fees at the entrann j;:ite. Old loll" wasiniiatieiitaiid would u.t wait. Then in we drove Through tin leafy rove And joinel the crowd, which was very ...

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. — 4 October 1895

im m Popular Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. strong suits for the Boys. Every Lady who has a Boy Should Come and see our BOYS' CLOTHING Kvery stitch and seam is true and firm, the fabric strong and of a color that wont soil easily. These Suits are put together for the roughest kind of wear. You might pay more else where for Clothing not as good. Oun Styles and Piiicks I'lkasi: Kvi:i:v- I'.ODY. OUR SHOES Are merit makers and reputation win ners. Call and see see us. North of Tost Office. (D?e3nbepenbent From Friday's Daily. S. W. Bowell left lor Valparaiso this morning. Dr. Ilea, of Marmont, visited this city yesterday. M. A. O. Packard returned from Chi cago last night. August Carabin returned from Chi cago last evening. Dr. J. M. Deniston left for Indian apolis this morning. Miss Annie Deviney is visiting in South Bend for a week. Janus Brinks new residence is being wiretl for electric light. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Thayer left for a visit to Chicago this morning. Miss Metta Milice, 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. — 4 October 1895

A TRIUMPH X Dil) yoi: vor give a man the wrong medicine. Dr. Mac-phersi.-n;" Maephorson shook his bead. I do not remember doing so. But T once save .1 111:1:1 an ovenlose of a drus for a slopping draught, which nearly killed him. It was his own fault, though, as you will see when I tell you the story. It was when I was quite a young man. and soon after I started a practice of my own at Chelsea. I had taken a pretty large house there, as a doctor is bound to do if ho wants to get on. and kept a couple of servants. On the night, however, when my adven ture happened, both the girls were away. So that when a violent ring came at the front door bell about mid night, when I was just thinking of turning in, I had to go and answer it myself. When I opened the door I found that it was as I expected. A small boy, breathless with running. Informed ne that I was required at once at an address he give me in a street about half an hour's walk from my house. " 'What am I wanted ferV I asked, but 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. — 4 October 1895

i V .Health Failt en the solal foundation of pure, healthy blood is real and lasting. As long as you bave rich reu blood you will have no sick Less. When you allow your blood 10 be come thin, depleted, robbed of the little red corpuscles which indicate it quality, you vill boine tired, worn out, loe your ap jetKe and strength, and disease will sojd. Lave you in its grusp. Purify, vitalize and enrich your blood, and keep it pure by taking liOO arsaparilla The One Trite Blood Purifier prominently in the public eye. $1.00. All druggists. HnnrPc Pillc rur habitual ccnstlpa UUUU rill? tiou lTk-e 25c per box. OOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the'needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Hyrup of Fijj?. Its excellence is...

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. — 4 October 1895

ARG OS AND VICINITY. Miss lluth Ueeber, of Kokomo, and Miss Helle Ueeber, of Tiosa, are visit ing relatives and friends in this city. "Win. IJowell maile a trip to the lake Tuesday on business. The dance given by the Argos Social Club Tuesday evening was largely at tended. The evening was spent in an enjoyable manner. Music was furn ished by the Davis orchestra. L. T. Turner made a business trip to Knox to-day. Mrs. J. II. Watson made a trip to Plymouth Tuesday. A game of br.Il will be played at Mentone Saturday between Warsaw and Argos. Mentone will play the winner. Dr. Reynolds, of Plymouth, was called to hold council with Dr. Oyler. regarding the case of L. J. Hughes. who is suffering with a case of typho- malaiial lever. It is hoped L.. J. will recover soon. Ira Keyser's new house on llailroad street is ready for the plaster. Isaac Heed's new cigar factory is now running lull blast. Chas. Stowman, of Hammond, is among his friends in Argos to-day. Dr. Oyler reports that Charlie 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. — 11 October 1895

Mar 'hall Coh A Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOIJEIt 11,1895. No. 50 ty The Yellow Sign. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. Largest line of fall and winter woolens in Marshall county. The hest 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 T am the man to make it. KLEINSCHMIDT, tailor. JOHN S. BENDER. JACOB D. MOLTER. Real Estate Hustlers. They present below a partial list of property they have for sale. In Marshall County. Over 0,000 acres of farm lands In Plymouth. A few special bargains One 8-room, 2-story house, with but try, cellar, and clothes press, barn and other outbuildings, young peach, mul berry and maple trees, a large lot, good well, all new and in good condition, just outside of the City tax limit, and but 4 blocks of Court House. Price 51,000. Worth ?M0i. A corner lot, 41x12') feet, well located at southeast corner of Washington and Fifth streets. P...

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. — 11 October 1895

1 w Ii i I (XI?e3nbcpcnbcu Publishers and Proorie'ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA WAIT FOE COXGKESS. CUBANS DELAY IN MAKING PLEA FOR RECOGNITION. They IJelicve They Have a Better Chance of an Acknowledgment of Their Belligerent Rights by Fuch Action. Policy of Cuban Leaders. Gonzales de Quesada, secretary of tin Cuban revolutionary party, with head quarter in New York, has been in Wash ington recently on private business. He did not sit Secretary OIney, nor were any steps taken toward securing the recogni tion of the Cuban insurgents as belliger ents. The ioIiey of the Cubans in seek ing recognition of the FniteJ States has been outlined substantially as follow: No application will be made to the execu tive branch of the government until Con press assembles. It is the feelir.g that even if the executive authorities were lis lMsed to recognize the Cubans, the action would involve such grave responsibility that the executive branch would desire to have the co-operation and supiort of Congress. ...

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. — 11 October 1895

IX reply to the request of tho Gold Standard Association for an ex pression of his views upon the sub ject of bimetallism. Mr. Gladstone writes that he stands by his utterances in Parliament two and a half years ago. lie regards bimetallism nt free coinage as a passing hmnor doomed to nullity and disappointment, and adds that ho is convinced that if London Stands lirnily by the pild standard no power that bimetallism commands will br able to overcome it. This, says the Atlanta Constitution, should put the American people upon iiotiee that they must rely upon their own efforts in their light fur currency reform. It is idle folly to hope for England's consent to any proposed scheme of international bimctalli-m and ail talk of it is simply a delusion and a snare. The gold standard lead ers in this country and in I'ngland hohl out the hope of international action for tlio sole purpose of dividing the ranks of the silver men and delaying the final result. When the test comes it will be f...

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. — 11 October 1895

Cl?e3nfcepenbent Enteiv.l ;it Ihr I'iyniouth I'wt OttUv Vlass matter. as scroll 'I A. K. ZI MM HUMAN. A. I. SMITH KlHlliKS AM ri:I"KlKTOIIS. sr KM-nii'Tiox 1:. Out Voar S: Moiitii $1.. Calvin S. Ukhk is reported as be lncr stronclv in fawr of reform. So is the Sultan of Turkey. Lath reports of the Turkisk Armen ian troubles do not show that the con dition of the Armenians is much in proved. Tin: sign on a passenger car door which reads, "Passengers are not al lowed to stand on the platform," must not be misconstrued by party irmiinees. In Calhoun county, 111., the demo crats convention declared for the free coinage of s;lver, and nominated a candidate for county commissioner who stood on the platfoim squarely. A Stati: conference is soon to be held at Indianapolis by the political friends of Governor Matthews, to try and perfect an organization, with a view of pushing him to the front as a presidential candidate. It is sai.l that when the United states government moved to Washington...

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. — 11 October 1895

:in:i:o, ( Mli. ARG 05 AND VICINITY. BOURBON AND VICINITY. HOT CORN! HOT CORN! AUSTFMA - HUNiüAHY PREMIER. AFRICA NEEDS RAILWAYS. MENU x. Ai:ios, (K t. 1, 1V..". Trail!; Neat's sniilini; countenance v. a:-. : en uii uv.r streets tlii-. 1110111:11. i !e. Arnisti -oug ami family, of t'hi 1.. .!. Hughes is reported as jinnr ; fair, an-visitors at t!u lair t Iiis wirk. o lie Letter. Mrs. lieo. Shatter is reroverin t'nni a : -ver-at!a v of tyiilio-malarial lever, r i' ie;o:tel Iy lr. Uaiii.ells Mr. Nute I'airthiNl, of eiiiiters I-Vnl. was in tiie ritv lo-dav. .. 1 . , :.. . r' .Vi 1 : . Marv luted is iuipro 111 ol 1 . , ' ! l.!'-e:-s. j ... v. ... Mr. ie Nell h.i i;o!ie t houst k ,.-! ,v .. 41-.. I . i I I .I.V. IMI.H.IIO.ll.l. w. Maple avenue. Mrs. Molonliotir, of Menlone, is stop j.ihLC v. ith Dr. llannells. he is 01 lur way lo aite;i! the Atlvent eamp inivl in'C .ii 1'lyinouth. Li'.wi't Meyer. t' lMviiiom!:. u. i.i t w!! lo-tluy : Kusine. II01 : r A. UriM. of A!:; ;;. visit inir '.si:...

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. — 11 October 1895

(Ef?e3nbepen&ent INDIANA HAPPENINGS. Hon. James i. Pritchett and Hon. William A. Cullop, of Knox county, opposing attorneys at Vincennes, Wednesday got into a controversy dur- ing which Cullop threw a heavy ink stand at I'ritchett, striking him a heavy blow on the hip. Pritchett turned on him and a hot light was on the topics when the bailiff interferred. Cullop was lined for contempt of court. J. Coray, a Boston horse buyer who ins done business through this section of the country has been arrested at Kikhart on the charge of buving up horses, manufacturing false pedigrees and selling them in Michigan at fabu- Ions prices on his representation that thev were registered stock. He was taken to papers. St. Joseph on requisition The tenth annual reunion of the 29th Ind. Vol. Inft. opened at Knox, Wednes day with a large attendance. They were given the freedom of the city and many business and dwelling houses were decorated in their honor. There was a large attendance at the campfir...

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. — 11 October 1895

1 II Popular Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. Strong Suits for the Hoys. Every Lady who has a Boy 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. Oun Stylus and Pi:ici:s Plkasi: Evkkv- BODY. OUR SHOES Are merit makers and reputation win Tiers. Call and see see us. North of Post Ollice. Cf?e3nbepenbent Fro:u Friday's Daily. Mrs. C. T. Mattingly left for Chicago this morning. George Klingerman went to South Bend yesterday. Sigmund Mayer returned from Chi cago last night. J. W. McFarland, of South Bend, was in the city to-day. C. L. Morris returned from a business trip to Peoria, 111. John Strombeck left for Chicago this morning, on business. Dr. W. J. Could, of Argos, was in the city on business Thursday. Andy Morches went to South Bend yesterday to attend the races. A copper nickel...

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. — 11 October 1895

SHE AND HER PARENTS. There's a house a fvr miles from the city I frequently linger utside: Tis the home of a maid who is pretty, A maid I would like for my bride. I fear that I never tliall win her, Sly passion is hopeless and mute. I'm sure that her parents would skin her If they thought that she smiled on my ' suit. Xler eyes are the purest and brightest That ever encouraged a hope; Her skin is the softest and whitest That ever shed luster on soap; Iler hair is the richest and goldcst That ever a hairdresser dressed; And her parents arc surely the coldest A heroine ever possessed. Her voice, it's a mezzo-soprano. Would make even Fatti afraid. And the way that she plays the piano Puts Rubinstein quite in the shade. More perfect she is than perfection; Resign her 1 can't and I won't! And she looks upon me with affection. But her pa rents -oh, bother them! don't. They intend her to marry a tille; They want to address her, "Your grace" They've made up their minds this is vital, Which ...

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. — 11 October 1895

J Df WM Pay To make some provision for your physical health at this season, because a cold or cough, an at tick of pneumonia or typhoid fever now may make you an invalid all winter. First of all be sure that your blood Is pure, for health defends upon iure blood. A few bottles of Hood's Sarsapa rilla will le a paying investment now. It will give you pure, rich blood and invigo rate your whole system. Ilem-smber Hood 9 arsapan Is the One True Wood Purifier. HnnH'c Pillc are taxless, mild. cfT ec 11UUU 5 fills the au druKsits. -jöc. I!ov lie Took Mvercise. Poor Harry Shelman. the long-haired poet, who dressed his entire person to resemble Buffalo Pdll, and who was, in fact, startlingly like the greatest of scouts, used to tell of a literary friend Df his who had a novel method of taking exercise. His workshop was on the top floor of his house, far from the Loise of the street, and he used to write about fifteen hours a day. He was not a Howells or a I.ronson How ard, whose working hou...

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. — 11 October 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. The shoe shop of John McColl has been removed to the Linkenhelt build ing, on Water street. Mrs. Dr. Kent, of Vincennes, is visit ing with Mrs. Carrie Craig, of this city. Mrs. Kent will probably remain and make her home for the future in Ply mouth. W. 1). Staplin, a prominent attorney and capitalist of Hock ford, 111., has been arrested and taken to Chicago to answer to the charge of sending duns through the mails on postal cards. Wanted A new milch cow, four to five years old, part Jersey, gentle, good milker. (Jeo. 11. Tiiayki:, Ji:. Fred Johnson of McCool station was run down and killed by a Ji. Sc O. pass enger train near Woodville Monda night. lie had been to Chestertown and started home considerably intoxi cated, lie was & years old and had no relation in this country. A Wabash man recently bought a fine gray horse with a record of 2:30 for The animal was sulTering with lockjaw and his owner thought he could not get well, but he did, and now the origina...

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. — 18 October 1895

Mcc) In t MuihImy i-!it the Ul aüWf.l u;;.i the e!-rk au-'i,')5s t!,ai1 "'i-h a-vi i!it' Nor ill it L lll.'' 1 . i i i v 1 v. i n . in- i i I . I : kt and t!;,it er i y dr:' l.-aek oi' a!! o!;,- i'.ieh' p. villi ''f i Wi ;'r.-; ' ui.i-.-'i;! V ji ii 'ki'."- ' - ay io;-: r-.-i the .ere from t he rmrth :i"',r. Ior Fach.-! A.Jone- . amies F. Whita- Marsha Couinty 1 7-' r.i ft Vol. T. I'LY.MOt'TIh .MAHSIIALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OlTOIiKR 18. K. No. 51 The Yellow Sisrn. (UMMOX COl'XCIL J Fl II. I'. Ihlclv Fen Fetters 1 Id Cl't SS Adam Koebert TH,: BOURBUN FAH?. '. : !')!'!. A!: H'.-j. ? o.. I- ".r i KLE N HMIDT j REGULAR SESSION-IMPORTANT j BUSINESS T RANSACTED. THE TAILOR. Largest line of fallend -winter woolens in Marshall county. The best icrade 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 1 am the man to make it. See the Yellow Sicni. 1 III l:ii!-: to J .Ioui?-Mi!v.:i.v Jaei b Suit...

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. — 18 October 1895

CI?c3nbcpcnbont ziM.tu-:u.t!A smith", Publishers and Proprietors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. MARKET iS GLUTTED. NO SALE IN CHICAGO FOR THE VAST POTATO CROP. Cnited States to Chi im Its Own Forecast of Cleveland's Message Ih Correct Knulaml Can't tlrul Alas kun (Ioll Fields Vessel llurncd. Chicago Full of Potatoes. Potatoes are i-r now llian they have I - ii within tin iiMMiioiy f the est dealers in Chicago's South Water street. Car lots on tra.k of the choi-est varieties are scllimr at 'SI t 2 1 --nts a bushel, and any amount of fair stork is going at 17 to 2ft cents a bushel. Kvcii lit th-s low prices then is little dcmaml. Mid tlit' railway tracks within 1 1n- t 'hicago yards an glutted. Tin Chi-ag and Northwestern lias not i lied its agents at country stations not to receive any more lotato-s till Iii rt Inr nti-e. Minnesota Mid Wis-oi!sin have more potato-s tlian they need. In Minn-so!a many fanners nr having them t lot in tin ground, as they an- not worth digging. On Minne sota farms as...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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