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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 October 1895

ggA, '4,z(. ;!u J yT V ARE you for silver": Fr the mon ey of tlie f;i thers of our land; I'or the mintage of the Federal 'oiotitutioii pure ami grand; It v. lis Jefferson who penned the law, wiille Hamilton concurred; The p it ,f Washington signed the act. Free coinage! Xo:ie demurred. Arc you for silver": For the money that was known As tie money of tie nation, a to great- im'km it has grown? Money thiit was ever welcome At th-n:irits of t'ovenmietit Anl coined free to do its duty "NVlion 'imor.g the people sent. Are : on for silver? For the money, stan- ilunl from the nation's birth, Kqr.al -.cry where with gold, in its ser vice ami its worth; Circulating on a parity wherever it was sent, Taken giaiily by the people wherever com-ii-eice went. Are you for Kilver": For the metal that was jriven equal right At the mint: till Satan's Masterpiece con toured the lan 1 to blight And arranged a plan with money kings To re-enslave the free Vy contracting what they owned one hall, In eighte...

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. — 18 October 1895

T::i". 1 ;. can di-p; ;";- TI?c3nbepcn()cnt Enteral at the Plyiiioiitli lvt ():!'!( a- wh-Vi Yla. inatttT. A. II. ZlMMhllM.VN. A. I. SMITH i:ii i i:s am I"i; ri;i 1. 1 1 '!.-. moral of the past, as seen through the microscope. Chicago Tribune. care taken now may prevent much serious physical trouble ami a great ileal of saving later on. Summer is. Oiic V.-:ir fl.u Si ?.l .'imn . PETTY SPITE. Ever since Cain murdered his brother j us. more or less soite wi rk has been one of the predominating evils 11. at has fol lowed like a ghostly and grim nioiisicr in the footsteps of man. His satanic gone and win er is once again before! A "m lli. il TJiiüf; It was reported by the 1iikikniknt Monday that the S'andaid (Ml Co. wire ; negotiating for 1 1 : . locating of an oil! A Deli-litlul i:vrniu- From Tuesday's Daily. Miss Daisy and Mr. Bert Howell gave ia most delightful party at the Ross House last evenimr in honor of Bert's birthday. About fifteen invitations! , Were issued mm! nhont S oY!. ...

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. — 18 October 1895

(D?e3nbepenbent Marshall Menafree an eleven year old New Castle lad was accidently shot by his cousin Scott Maim and instantly killed Friday. The two boys were intimate chums and were returning from squirrel hunting when Mann drop ped his gun and in endeavoring to catch it pulled the triger shooting his companions through the hsart. At Shelby ville Friday in the case of Frank Marke charged with murdering rsdoman Swango. lie was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. Miss Fffie l3urk suicided by taking bed bug poison at Elkhart Friday. The had bestoyed her alTection upon a young man who could not reciprocate. A mail pouch supposed to have con tained valuable matter was stolen from the 1'andandle depot at Logansport Thursday morning. The pouch was received at 2:3u o'clock in the morning but was not missed untill 8 o'clock. The empty pouch was found later, there is no clew to the robbers. C. Y. Kicketts a traveling sa sales man was arrested at Terr...

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. — 18 October 1895

at Tin-; iwiii. A DAY SPENT AT THE FAIR. Tiiotr-. r-ii :i I Not I - Not-s !!-i;a rl i iiu Our 1V.1'. Thursday monim; i'ouin! a iare nnnii or t urcitiens at tho Ft. W-tyne dep' t eiiroute for the IVurbon fair. II was a beautiful dav, with a ; !r.in wind, and lodsido of t Ium iejectod con! enaiices cf Üii'M' v!iii had t a 1 ; ! b :::ke !i'ir heavy wraps, eve. bo .-. . :- i .dl of lllirth Uüd joyo'.IMiv : s. 'o eh tK'.-iii"" aci id nt incurred du: i:i; t he j-h r: j nr liev. ntid the J coplo tl::t traveled in a span jiciii-rally taken up by : e-.i;y-live reache.t 1 hi ir dest in n ion .bh their temper um iblled. Aii ! oi!i;!i after 1 1 oVl'rk '. .e .-tie Is v. c re t !;'!!, rt'ti With j ecple b'ld every side :-:ne: and alley was iim-d with hutes ;.;.;t wakens. ;it the fair jrroimds a rr at cr, (I v. as found, visit in"- the .:;:; rent dis,.kis. :-ea';;i! of displays, we nullit drop a remark re- jnü'ii; the corn exhibit d M. (''ini" : Co . lor we have no hesstai iv i:i Kivin; if was the...

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. — 18 October 1895

Popular Clothiers, Hatters and Outfitters. Strong Suits for the Poys. Every Lady who has a J Joy should Come and see our BOYS' CLOTHING Every stiteli and seam is true ar.il firm, the fabric strong and of a color that won't soil eaily. These Suits are put together for the roughest kind of wear. Vou might pay more else where ftr Clothing it as good. On: M"vi.: and Pkh i Pi. i:-r. En r.i:v- i'.odv. OUR SHOES Are merit linkers anil reputation win ners. Call and tee see u. North of Post Otliee. (EI?c3nbcpcnbcnt rro:a FriJay's Daily. Wesley Kepler, of Marmont. Is visit ing in I'lj'inmuli t.)-day. Mrs. Ceorge Phillips, of v. uth Pend, is vi.-iting Mrs. Ira Jaeox. (Jeo. Shaffer, of Argos, was m Plvm- outh yesterday c:i business. lr. .. II. Wilson has been appointed company surgeon of the Vandaüa Py., at tliis place. John Jisell of the Puckeye Pipe Line Co. is home from Ohio for a two weeks vacation Mrs. W. T. YanYaelor and daughter, Praee. of Huntington, are visiting (Jeo J I. Paylor and fa...

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. — 18 October 1895

MX " I ' V'. X - M I I .WWW I'J DRIVING FROM DIIIVINC a horse is one of those sin, pie processes, like sailing a boat, which anyone can master without previous experience. Kvery body knows that there is nothing d illi cit It about it. and those that have never done it are perfectly aware of their ability to do it. if they choose. lint "driving from the back scat" is quite a different thin-; that is a grave and ser.Jci: affair, an undertaking of tragio in:'i:siy. There is not one mo ment of aim. peaceful enjoyment for those so employed. livery circumstance and incident to them is vital and mo mentous: ach turn in the road bids fair to be a certain pathway to destruction; every signboard is a false, deceitful snaie set to mislead them, while each movement of the horse is but an index of vieiou i ropensities about to be re vealed. Ii; fact, this method of driv ing is r,.M only physically exhausting, but mentally depressing and spiritu ally demoralizing, and not alone does the driver su...

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. — 18 October 1895

BEST IN TIIC WORLD. A Hi : L .ot toanA tat THE: RISING SIN STOVII POLISH in cakes for general blacking of a stove. Trie! SUN PASTE POLISH lor a quick after -dinner shine, applied and pol ished with a cloth. SXorse Bros., I'rop., Canton, Mass.. U.s- A.. KNOWLEDGE 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 theneeds 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 pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a jverfect lax ative : eficctuallj' cleansing the system, dwelling colds, headaches and fevers r.r.(i permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and n.et with the approval of the medical profession, lie...

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. — 18 October 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCAL S. is wanted in Fort Wayne on the charge of forgery. He is described as years of age, T feet 7 inches in height and wears a gray mustache. Hog chnkra is ni -erteil as eredemic in thirteen counties in the state. (int. I'.. Paul has purchased the l'.ehreiis property on the northeast cor ner of Carro and Water street, and en teniplates building two double houses thereon for the accommodation of four families. .ludd Oeviney of Uoiirboii who for s'ime time iat has been employed as a tailor at Kochi sH-r was in this city this iimming enroute to Frankfort where he li.'.s accepted a position ot a similar nature. llert L. i'aiiif, s .n d' llev. Louis Paine, of Mm !envil!e, :hio, who, for the pas: few days ha- 1-een t!ie guest of liUanat, Mrs C. T. Mattinlv d' this city. Kit to-day for Uecorah,- Jowa, wiiere lie will visit other rc latiws W. T. Vanvactor, an expert electric ian of Huntington. lud , U ai the city today consulting with L. C Pickel in regard to matters pertainin...

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. — 25 October 1895

Marshall PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25,1895. No. 1 Vol. II. Comtov A . The Yellow Sign. KLEINSCH THE TAILOR. M T, Largest line of fall and winter woolens v. y in Marshall county. The best grndc of workmanship at livinjr prices are the attractions I offer the public for the fall and winter trade. Tailor made clothing is what yon want, and I am the man to make it. See the Yellow Sign. ASKED FOR IiECKIYER PRAYER GRANTED AND DW1GHT L. DICKENSON APPOINTED. delay there will probably be few diffl-; Ai.....t i.i., i.-ir Lights culties in store for the concern in the, 0imvraiI1!J lhe difference in cost be- iuture. This should be done, il possi-; t iy and it ,ants the Johet . t . 1... 14' .1 1 ' oie u an mean, i, u.e puu.i Kepublican Speaks US follows: 11 .! Ill 4 ginning as a aniaoit , T, t , , tl t foImvs silOWS ; the AN INQUISITION. Held l.:it Nielli bv the City Cmim-ii t.t T Man:ii' A tV.ii r of the Plymouth Wayon Company 1 Order of the Court --Aoets tireatlv llxe...

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. — 25 October 1895

J i i: 3 ' (Cfye3nbcpcnent Z.1.MM KiniAA V JS.M I'l'II, Publ'ihers and Proprietors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. LOSES HIS STATION. REAR ADMIRAL KIRKLAND IS RELIEVED. Has Uten Too Free with His Opinion and Courtesies Stat itic of Minion Keiiion Politicians 'Weep Over le creased Fees Ilia Steamer Sink. Kirklaud Talks Too Much. The announcement that Hear Admiral Kirklaud is to be roliei-c.i of the command of the Kuropeau squadron has caused a sensation in natal ein bs. For some time past it has been rumored that Secre ts ry Herbert was not plea cd with the conduct of Admiral Kirklaud. Dissatis faction was first cause I by the action of the mimiral in sending a letter of con gratulation to 1 'resident Faun of France on his election. Secretary Herbert con strued this as entirely wrong, holding that the ofiidal position of the admiral pre cluded him from making any comment whatever with reference to French poli tics, and sent a letter of reprimand. Ad miral Kirklaud responded by appealing to the Pr...

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. — 25 October 1895

THE FINANCE FßAüD. 5CND5 TO STOP THE EVERLAST ING LEAK. Sound Common Scribe i" " lecture frui the 31 cm phi Commercial Ap j,cvV to the Louisville 'Courier-Jouriiai"-Arkausaa 1 All KibL The Financial Situation. l! seems that the treasury glI re-s.;-vc is about to be subjected to a raid that will call for a new issue of bonds. The syndicate finds it necessary to ex Ila:n to the newspapers the position it xvuples. Tiie members say that they cannot be expected to control the ele ments and this is true; but what has ihe syndicate done that the treasury officials could not have done? Nothing win t ever. It has seized the opportu nity to make ten or twelve millions out of the. recent secret bond deal, but be yond that loss to the people and it is a direct loss the situation of the treas vry lias not been changed in the slight er degree. Note holders ran still go to the treas ury, demand gold and get it, when the fa. e of the note they present declares that they shall be paid in coin, meani...

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. — 25 October 1895

tx reward. The detective is no doubt a necessary factor to the preser vation of goml order but he should be so treated by Jaw and the courts that he will take no chances in the prosecution of persons merely for the sake o!' se curing a large reward. CULVER MILITARY ACADEMY. No other house in this city ever DID-WILL-or CAN sell such $ sterling QUALITIES at such LOW prices as WE quote. $ Entered at tlu-I'iyinoutli IVt Otliee as second iias t.iatUT. A. U. ZI.MMtlK.MAN. A. !. SMITH Kirn:;s a! l'Koi-Ku.ii::. KUHN & 50N.I srix i:iitm im:: i:. One Xv.ir Six Mohtli 1.0 (El?e3nfcepenfccnt I - A-- vi ----- -: .Ii-; i "J - i. i J ti.'.-: ' i QUESTION. lias the coming woman more red blood corimscies than man? It" she has no', then according to Prof. Wald eyer of Berlin in a jajt-r recently read before the Anthropological Congress at Cassel, she might as wed not c me. he is so handicapped by nature in her physical make-up that she cannot enter into competition with the tyrant of the other se...

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. — 25 October 1895

(Lf?e3nbepcnbcnf A NEW FRUIT STORE. On September is last, the new 1'lym- j -uith fruit and lunch department store! was opened in the basement of the Cor- An block by 2 Ir. W. F. llehtsehk-r, and j since that time the enterprhe of tni. young man has been watched with cin siderable interest by the general public. it was a business venture, however, of! the ultimate success of which Mr. j lientschlerliad the utmost eonJiiencv and the patronage aeearded him within the past month proves his good jmig- ment in the matter. , Previous tu entering into this busi- ness for hitnseiT Mr. KentscIikT was i connected for ready a year with the weil known grocery and eueensware vtore of W. E. Leonard, and 1 r l"urj years previous to that was t ;:i:ivt U-ti j with the also well known fruit and n:i- j Jectionarv store of A. M. fuller. These i connections have given him a business j experience which is valuable. While j the Cor bin building was being erected he conceived the idea d' entering into busin...

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. — 25 October 1895

ARGOS AND VICINITY. Args, Oct. 11. A brukHiun m the L. 1'. A: W. Thiirstla wiii! making a coupling got Lis hand between lit bumpers and had three i hi lingers badly mas bed. U was immediately take?; t the hospital at Pern. Harry Calhoun and wife returned l'lMay exenin a:ter a six we ks" with rt-l.l iVt'S and lriends ill r.as.eni Pennsylvania. Dora P.cUi-il and wile went t ln-dui.ajii.- ,-iia id make a lew das' visit. Charlie Kie.l ieturned to his home at Hamilton. t to-day, after a lew ti;i ?" visit wnh re!. iws and friends in this city. Kd. Miller, of Plymouth, was in to ah Friday. Isaac Heed was in Knox Tunisy on LuiMliet a. Miss Lei'. le Sialiord. 01' Coiumli:i City, lö home on n iev" tktys v. m;. Dr. JjtockUvger, of Menloi.e, v'.asun our streets Friday. O. I', (loodwwi was coiiMuoaLiiy skaken and bruised Finla' by i.u- run mug away of a team oi uorses i.emiu- mg to Slayter N: liws, which he wum driving. The horses became si ighlem u at an engine standing on the 1.. I.. v V. trac...

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. — 25 October 1895

tD Popular Clothiers, Hatters ami Out litters. Strong Suits for the J Joys. Every Lady who has a Hoy Should Come ami see our BOYS' CLOTHING Every stitch ami seam is true and linn, the fabric strong and of a color that wou't soil easily. These Suits are put together for the Highest kind of wear. Yor might pay more else where for Clothing not as good. Oii: Srvi.rs am PltlCES ILKAK Evi.KY- r.oiv. OUR SHOES Are merit makers anil reputation win Tiers. Call and see see us. North of Post Ollice. (EI?e3nbcpenbent rrom Friday's Daily. C.co. Engle of Argos Li in the city to-day. blisses Jlattie Pickerel and Hertha Uright drove up from Argos this after noon. AV. P. Kelsey and wife, of Monterey, Ind., were in the city yesterday cn bus iness. Peter Krause and fither of Argos called in the city this forenoon on business. John Filer and Adam 1 laugher of the Cycle Works have been on the hick list this week. The Cycle Works are putting a new safe in their ofiice. Jt is one of the Mosler & Uahma...

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. — 25 October 1895

W K iHiüi i Ik THE PAUPER PUMPKIN POLLY was a little pauper. That means life in a poorhouse, with i's !.iirc rooms, coarse food and 0'Tcr company. Gran Dj- Smith was tlie very oldest pauper. J? ho had loved aud looked after Polly ever since- she was found, a tiny baby in a basket, on the poor house j.:jis. When Cranny died, S-jcar-o-d Tolly felt very lonely. All that Pollj- knew. Cranny Smith iiad taught her. She was charged to Loop hf-r face and hands clean, not to steal or toll a lie. and never to marry a man who drank. So you see Tolly had wise counsel: and. hotter still, she meant to hoed it. There were plenty of children at the pooiLcuse, but Tolly did not seek their corr.p.;ijT. They called her "stuck-up" and "queer' when she refused to join ill tea sin;: the "limy" inmates, which lad; yport for the others. Yes, Polly "vvas qt:c-er, or why did she sometimes !uh .( r cup of milk over to Silly Sam. nho was always spilling hisV Mr. Norton, the poorhouse keeper, was a kindly man. ...

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. — 25 October 1895

I 4. Meirves and Aie inseparably connect!. The for mer de it iul simply, i-olely, solidly upon the latter. If it is pure they are prop erly fed and there is no "nervousness." If it is im pure t hey are fed on refuse and the horrors of nervous prostration result. Feed the nerves on pure blocd. Make pure blood and keep it pure by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla The One True Wood I'uriiier. Hnnrl'c Pille the after-diim-T pill ami 11UUU 2 flllS f.tul tattiartJe. Peculiarity of the Mneking IJird. The most remarkable thinj; about a. mocking bird is its way of laying out a range. In the autumn it goes South and establishes itself on a piere of ground that will yield berries and other food enough to last until the following spring. The tra t is determined re- hpt'etins boundaries with as much ac curacy as a mining prospector would use in staking out a claim. Perhaps it may be only fifty yards squxre, and it may have a length and breadth of as much as ltx yards. The spaco depends mainly upon the ...

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. — 25 October 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. to hold their meetings, free of rent. Each member of the Union is requested to be present, that the question may be considered and action taken to accept the generous oilVr, next Monday after noon at 'A o'clock, at the residence of Mrs. ( il.lietve. James Shugrue, agent for the Van dal ia at Maniiont, called in the city to day. K. K. Hrooke is the possessor of a fine new stone walk in front of his house, on Jefferson street. C. II. Tabbetts, superintendent of the Culver Military Academy at Marniont, called in the city to day on business. A skunk farm, started in liuehanan county, Michigan, about live years ago, promises now to become a profitable business. Dr. Howe, of liuehanan, the original promoter of the scheme, has interested one of his own townsmen and a gentleman of South Ueiid in trie enterprise, and they all expect to realize handsome returns from the skunk fur and skunk oil markets. The Supreme court yesterday finally affirmed the validity of the law pas...

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. — 1 November 1895

Mars Coniety cm Vol. I f. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOV KMIJKR LIS!);,. N o. 2 tx y. Home Buying Makes KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR, i. Offers large assortment, reasonable prices and work guaranteed satisfactory. Tailor Made Clothes Fit better, wear better, look better, are more satisfactory than any other. The comfort and economy of having tailor made clothing must be experienced to be ap preciated. See my stock and let me quote you prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE tailor, A New and Beautiful Line Placed on . They are neat, nobby and attractive, something different from the usual line of goods shown. These garments touch the popular chord in prices and beat all others in style. BY THE WAY-We would also say that we still have a very choice and select line of r LADIES' AND MISSES' GARMENTS in all styles, grades and sizes at your VERY OWN PRICES. Gent's Furnishing Dept. New line of Neckwear. Bows, Tucks Four-in-limuls in abundance at very low prices. Come in and see them. ALL 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. — 1 November 1895

(n?e3nbepcnbem' V.I l M i:itM A. .V f-iMIT Publishers and Propric'ors II. PLYMOUTH, INDIA--: WHALEBONE HIGHEß. j UNSUCCESSFUL SEASON CAUSE OF THE RISE. Bad Day for Democracy-Great Rush of Grain to Kontern Elevators Two ! Hank Failures in Washington-Don-ble Murder in Baltimore. lightest Catch in Years. Five more of the whaling fleet arrived r.t San Francisco from the north Tues day. They were the steamers Narwhal and Orca. the brig Hidalgo and the hark-: Alice Knowlcs and Lydia. With thy : rival of the Orca. the last hope of a eat in the late season dies. The Iosario brought news that the whalers had Rone t the westward and there was jet a chance for the blubber hunters to redeem themselves. According to Captain Mc Gregor there were any number of whales to the westward, but they were inaccessi ble on aeeount of the iee. McGregor says this ends the worst year he ever experi enced in the Arctic. He caught but one whale. The catch of the Arctic fleet amounted in nil to twenty-six whales...

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