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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

BOYCOTTED BY BANKS MONEY KINGS ALL ARRAYED AGAINST SILVER. Action of the New York Hankers Looks Like Constructive TreasonGreat Confidence Game of the Jj old Cons pi r a t o r s. It Will Not Down. ,; The most recent attack on the money and property of the people Is the boycott of the New York banks against silver. If this Is not constructive treason, what Is it? It used to be that an attempt to discredit the coin of the realm was treated as a capital offense, and hearts have fallen for just such tiring. The silver dollars are by law legal tender for 100 cents, and to do as the banks of New York are doing is to discredit the coin of the United States. No wonder John Sherman says that business has no "substantial revival anil no promise of return of general prosperity under present circumstances." No man knows hotter than Mr. Sherman that a restoration of anything like general prosperity as matters are now is one of the things against natural causes. But this boycott is not all for in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

1 (Cl?c3nbepcnfcent hntrivd lit Iii- Plymouth l'i.t a vcmüu t ri.-tN. ;n:t!Vi. ! a. k. zi! tr.::.i.N. . i. Kihti: am ri:ri:iF ni;-. MITII uwm nirnox imju i:. Om- V.-;ir . M. Mil s' o iovi:i;Niu: AltgcM 1 I Hin i advocate of free siher. !S all L. W. Noyes' ';." M lot for recent purchase of a rt-biileiices purposes shows that there is . something in wnul alter a!i. Mr. Noyes is purulent of Uu Aennotor company of Chicago. IJk i;i i:li.ki: is Miil the subject oi wide praise for ins princely gift to the University of Chicago but he lias oaly turned a portion of his wealth back into the channels from w hence it came. Tin: aeri:on made by Col. Ingersoll sevesal years a. must foicibly come to him at the presenl time, it i? said that in a speech, sptaking upon the political complexion of Kentucky he saifi: 'When Kentucky goes Uepublican, 1 will b elieve there is a hell." NMK one man was killed and the whole crew of a lake steamer made sick on account of the use of baking soda which had becom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

ARGOS AND VICINITY. Argos Nov. 1st. Tom Taber returned home from Silver f,ak', Wednesday. (leo. Kendall is home from St. Louis, where he has been stopping t or I he last two weeks. Leui Henderson, of Mentone, is stopping Willi friends, tor a lew davs in the city. The telephone exchange is hemir placed in f. Z. Howe's jeweler) s-.ore. Rev. Wootls, of Coatsville. Ind.. iv tunied home to-day after a week's s:ay with frieuds. Ilugiies llros. hve a new barber at the chair this week. At fie opera house tonight, the 'Secretary." Mr. James Finney died last Wednes day evening, aged TU years. Mr. S. S. Fish, of Plymouth, wa seen on the streets of our cit to day. Miss Sally Ihazleton left for M.Louis )esterday. Mr. ('lark Chapman is reposed much better. K. C. O'JJlenis is in Mentone this week on business. The boys report a jolly time al the dance given at Frank Whites, last evening. Several boys drove to Rochester, Thursday evening. TWIN LAKES. Oct. 31, 1V.I5. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zumbaugh of Pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

f?e3nbepenbent SOMEBODY'S LETTER TÜUN'S VV IS SENSATION AL MANNER IX CHICAGO. It Purport 4 to Have l'een Written In tlii City and Figures In Dirorce Proceeding Chronicle's Iteport Inforiiiiitioii as Elicited by Inquiry in This City. From Saturday's Dally. There have been apparent for two or three days some premonitory signs of an inpending sensation but the in definite nature of obtainable informa tion has been such that the matter has not until to-day been given publiaty but what was apparently inevitable has come to pass and the public is now in possession of a story purporting to involve some one in this city in a Chi cago ease of domestic woe. The ex posure of a letter in Chicago alleged to have been written here seems to have been an incidental cause which led to the publication of the story which is given by the Chicago Chronicle, as follows: ".Mrs.EIIa M Zingsem wants to know who "baby" is. From all the docu mentary evidence in the hands of the police of this city Mrs. Zingse...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

PROPRIETORS OF THE CASH SHOE & CLOTHING STORE hau- UtMi iI t. o-Ntiin:' t!t ir SPECIAL SALE OF OVERCOATS Frost Killers at $3.79. i t on anil le happy. Their I'uuM shoes are wann ami roiulortaMe. Call ami see them. North of Postofiice, Plymouth. 0?e3nbepenbent From Friday's Daily. Only 81.00 per year. The honorable C. II. Reeve is on the sick list. D. C. Knott was called to Ilibbard this morning. Dr. C. A. Broun drove over to Argos this forenoon. George Thayer returned from Chicago last evening. J.C. Warrens went to Argos, this morning, on business. W. 15. Yost went to Warsaw yesterday on business. Mrs. C. R. Leonard returned from Peru last evening. Jacob Woolverton, of South Bend was in our city to-day. Miss Mary Stein entertained some young people last evening. J. W. Lifwer, of Warsaw, was in the city yesterday on business. Theo. Adelsperjer, of South Bend, was in town this morning. Miss Mary Hoham has accepted a petition with Cressner and company. Rev. W. W. Raymond re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

J THAT BLESSED PUDGY tDOL. The creature was a baby, and I imagine maybe the youngster was : Bald-headed, just because it was so wise; It has a glance Judicial, seemed to scorn things superficial, and reincarnate Socrates looked gravely from its eyes. It had to suffer kisses from demonstrative young miss' it was cuddled. Hugged and rumpb d in tho must regardless way. And I think the little wizard in its very inmost gizzard was Inclined to look with scorn upon such gushing things as they. It would sometimes deign to frolic, be at seasons niolon-eii would Entwine itself in bow-knots without reason or command. And the way it crowed and cackled with its high-C voire unshackled, Was a living exposition to the roosters of the land. Its provender was various, its appetite precarious, its way of Tucking things inside a mystery obscure. And a wondiT was its plastie-'eordion-piealed rind clastic Way of getting around eatabloä with flanking movements sure. It was sometimes like a dummy, sometim...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

ff rfe All My Life I had that distressing disease, catarrh of the stomach. It rovel most troublesome In the summer, and ivas accom;ankil by that tired feeling.' I took Hood's Sarsaparilla and have not had a single attack of my old complaint even during hi extreme hot weather. My general health is also much bettor.' Miss Minnie A. Heeks, Concord, Nebraska. $1; six.or$5. Hnnfl'c Pi!li act 'annnn!oav!y with A Nico IjCkjiI l'oiiit. Indian courts have to decide queer questions. The liuddhists of .l.tpan juvsonttil an iniaffe to the preat u-inple of Buddha (laya. The Hindoos objected to the acceptance of tho present, especially the ablt of a Sivalte monastery near by, who claimed, under a decrvo 400 years obi, the right to determine what should go Into the temple. A mob broke Into the temple and carried off the Image. Some of the rioters were fined, but appealed to the Supreme Court at Calcutta, which has Just decided in their favor, having ascertained that th'- AbNrt's claim was lojrnJ. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 November 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. From Thursday's Daily. Isaiah Sulers is reported as very sick. Dr. Viets was called to Ilourbon today. Chas. Corbin went to Chicago this morning. Win. liveriv went to Chicago this morning. tella cott is visiting friends in Hounxin. Dr. Km-tt left for Argrs and 1 1 ilbaril to-day. .1. K. Houghton went to Argos today on business. Mrs. .lohn Hansen left for Montreal, Canada, to day. Win Suit is again confined to his bed with chronic trouble. Mrs. .1. J. liowel is quite ill with inflammatory rheumatism. Frank Lamson went fishing yesterday and caught a line string of bass. Just recieved large consignment of fresh fish at Kuhn's meat market. Yern Ilardenbrook, of Wslkerton, was in the city to day on business. Chas. JSaylor, of Laporte, visited with his parents in this city yesterday. C. S. Cleveland, of the IJasket Factory went to Lakeville to-day on business. Jno. Huge and August Carabin, visited their physicians in Chicago yesterday. Chas. Ilsrris and Chas. M'Laughlin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

J Mair Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1895. No. 2Q County sirs sii Home Buying Makes KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR, 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 appreciated. See my stock and let me quote you prices. KLEINSCt IMIDT, Have you noticed our new line of Buttons just in? The latest novelties from tlie cheapest to the high class grades. Pearl, Steel and Bone the most oromment in fancies and rlains. Large, medium and small sizes. There is nothing more seylish, more up to date, than buttons for trimming purposes. They are direct from the manufacturer, positively insuring you rare novelties and at prices very reasonable. Come in and see them, whether you purchase or not PLYMOUTH. FARMERS, DO YOU WAMT CAGi ! 9 The cut your second growth While A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

CAPITAti CITY CHAT. r NEWS AND COMMENT !M AND ABOUT WASHINGTON. frus.siu's Secret Treaty Id I'ouMe.lConjrcss Likely to Tackle th- Currency Question Cleveland air.l Cuba I.'cctl as a Presidential tandi lute. Report Is Premature. Washington ceric p ndi-uce: i t t riiii.K tue 1 A n c w s that ii i i. i: & V V comes by way of I long K.ng and London abut a secret treaty retöiitly cnch:ded between ( ' Ii i u a and Kusia for a railway through the lAno Tung peninsula ami the iici rt;iti ni of I'ort Arthur must he regardcl :s premature. t'.r it is believed impossible that the emperor f China lu'Ui'l have math- this :;:! t sacrifice without Jplff I II 11 'Ueniul ire.-iire. Avails. " eiH: :::usddo H'i -anso Japan has not yet evaeua ted the l.irm Tnnr im umist;!.!, ami has three mouths to do so r'ier tl:e payn.t v of th. lir.vl insl.iünieut of th war indemnity, which will not he dr.o u'.itil abm; the 1st of .!:1imi;iiv. It U not vt i-y pnbaMe that K is.i.s will shew b-r hat. I a::d ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

TEMPERANCE WOMEN. TWENTf -SECOND SESSION OF THE W. C. T. U. CLOSED. Prominent Workers In the Temperance Cause from All Parts of the United State Meet All Creeds Made Welcome. Mis Willard Re-elected. Miss Frances Willard whs a sain elected president of the W. C. T. I", at the twenty-second annual convention held in Baltimore. There was practically no opposition, although complimentary votes were cast for several other prominent workers. Other oßicers were elected as follows: Vice President-at-Iarge. Mrs. Jj. M. N. Stevens; Treasurer, Mrs. Helen M. Barker; Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. Katharine Lent Stevenson, of MasBachusetts; Recording Secretary, Mrs. Clara C. Hoffman, of Kansas City, Mo.; Assistant Recording Secretary, Mrs. Frances J. Beauchamp, of Kentucky. The day's proceedings were opened with devotional exercises conducted by Miss Elizabeth Greenwood. The venerable Mother Thompson, the original temperance crusader, offered a prayer. The report of the Committee on Credentials e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

(Ef?c3nbepenbeitt E rite red at the Plymouth To-t Oilier as .second class mutter. II. ZIMMKKMAN. A. I. SMITH Eorrons am rnoi-iiiKToi:-;. snwr.irTiox rinci:. Oue Yen.-., x .Monthl.o The I iilxiii ii. While it has been heralded throughout the leiigt ii a d breadth of the land, that the silver enze is living out, jet "".ate in a gie.it while" an article will appear showing thft there are a few wlm still i:dhere to this dtctrino of V to 1. For several weeks past a young man, to tho. world unknown, has been picj -nring himself lor a campaign under the inspires of the National lh-me;ul:c Unit :i. YYluther the unknown will prod.yje the ehect looked forward to, is yet to in- Iari:ed; but cards are out an nounci ig the opening of this Cti:i"s Fiinnt ial School in Life," which Will take place at Kimball's Hall, in Chicago, next Wednesday evening. The Sunday Inter Ocean, in speaking of the prodigy, s.iys: From indications it seen.s certain that the 'Unknown" will have a great deal to do in sha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

ta H'L ARG 05 ANi; VICINITY. strayed itj thj: woods. THL K. ( i d::.i;::utiv:: cylon oxen. a:- .t uumb.r ; .ia'.i were i .., YVsiij.-a-r. .-.v.-. : -u I .. ! oiiinl , l.ii: l i- , ! ; :!i Taraxlav. I "-.mi ; ! i Ilalil'.viri, wert' it! Ni V !l I' roils Io?;i- . Yotltlaill A ! fill ii ! r. Kxcitftm-n; a:wa:V ! Sim lav tifn-r- . : i ' i r i t it. S; - ; f ( . i I. A I" i : . t I- II! ' l,t 1 l:-.- It: ;. Ii.: J'. 'bias . i V a . - i ; a was f i, A iüüi: i r ii U:;jr I .! a. f a; . i i M i' : i I J H C(l aas i a.-; .. :;(. i i i : ui . ra .-'. si .v a" a i". ' i . i: V :', : i ' S ; .- ' . i. . l" .:' ai.-1 . :a '! t : i . v : a aa : a a- ' i . : I v ; : l ; t r rr !ac of J. , ii,.tt lr'.to Cieat Cuiimiiy Anon- Travelers. Or.n of tho crr-:ntnst curio-IUes amon:; ;:.i;r.'i's of Ceylon is r.v'i to the jolrri.-1? o?rt." They 1 -. ' '? ox fa-trdy. r. 1 t a .- f p-oi ? i "-' ' i THE PHILOSOPHY OF REST. v, i.i! :P 1 f - r 1' ' i i Ml I M Troper Relaxation Restores and Gen erates Energy. Phys...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

(D?e3tt&epen&ent FORMER PLYMOUTH ITE WEDDED. Albrt Kreighbaam, Formerly of This City, Joined In Wedlock to Miss Al vina Machel, of South Bend. ETerett Fields returned last night from South Bend, where he had been in attendance at the marriage ceremony of Albert Kreighbaum to Miss Alvina Machel. Everett acted as best man and reports a very pretty wedding, a larirö retention and a snlendiJ weddins O LT X o - . a suDDer. The South Bend Tribune 01 veaterdav savs? - - "There was a very pretty wedding in the German M. E. church, corner ot Lafayette and Wayne streets, at 8 o'clock last evening. The church was decorated with palms and most of the failing to recognize that he is not enseating capacity was occupied by rela- titled to even such consideration as tives and friends. At S o'clock the mav be bestowed unon a poisonous and bride and groom, Miss Alvina Machel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aucrust MaM,p1 and Mr Alhert k'reicrhhaum J one of South Bend's young busines...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

D (I PROPRIETORS OF THE CASH SHOES CLOT;!! STORE WILL HAVE A SPECIAL SALE OF OVERCOAT: COMMENCING TODAY 100 ol them MUST GO at $3.79. North of Postoilice, Plymouth. (Llje 3nbepenbcnt LOCAL B1IEMTIES. From Friday's Daily. J. V. Kowall went to Chicago to-day. Edwin Mayer went to Marmout to day. Geo. Neil' left for Valparaiso this morning. John Huge left for Chicago this morning. John W. Galleger went to Crawfordsvil.e to day. T. O. Harris, of Culver City, was in town to day. E. 0. 1 Joyce, of near Kremen, was in town to-day. C. C. Uuck, of Lai-orte, called in the city yesterday. Ed. S. Hogarth returned from South Rend last evening. O. II. Hoover returned from South Kend last evening. O.N. llolman, from Rochester, was in tho city yesterday. Mrs. E. Spangle is visiting friends at Argos for a few days. G. W. Marble is in Miliw lukee, Wis., tliis week on business. L. A. Kleopfer made a dying busines trip to Chicago to-day. Louis Korton has accepted a position at the Novelty Works. About o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

(Ee3nbcpcnbcnt ZI.MMK!I.MA . MMl'l'll. Publishers and Proprie'ors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. HAU TOO MUCH LAND. PZ NN SYLVAN I ANS DON'T WAN1 ONE MAN TO OWNTHE EARTH. Insurgents Gailling Grouiul $200,COO Fire 1-os.s si I SpringficUl Awful "Wreck on the Missouri Pacific Hritikh Troops Moving Hies at the Stuke Purued lljf I.nilri iuus William Thorpe-, a wealthy railroad ontrartor 01 New York. n-eently pr.rhns.I fcurtcn humlrd a-rs of land in the lowe-r nl of Luze-nu County. Pennsylvania. II e re tel a number of buildings, plante-d tr-es ami built fmcrs. The buildings have- be-e-n e'.estroye-d by ine:idiaries. the Ines torn iii ami the femes destroyed. Iet-tives ar- now it work on the- e ase. It is alle-ge-d tli.it people livi ii -r in tin vicinity said after Mr. Thorp.had made his purchase that tourtcn hundred acres of land was too much for one man to own. Had Wreck in St. Louis. Tu-slay night at 11 o'clock tin two Kirkwood nee-ommedatioii trains over t heMissouri Pacific Kailroad collided at...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

ir A PLAIN SILVER ARGUMENT. The silver dollar of 1ST.! or the gold dollar of IM:;, which is friend to the laborer and fanner? Much has been said about the dishonest dollar. Many of our statesmen In the Northeast who hold the same views as the capitalist of England are In favor of au honest dollar for the working man. They are much alarmed over the pro wins sentiment in the South and West that favors bi-metallism. They think it would be an outrage on the working man to give him a silver dollar whose bullion value is only 50 cents. The monometallic says. "Let the Govcrnmcnt put a dollar's worth of silver in the silver dollar. We want honest money." This single statement is the greatest obstacle in the way of the free coinage of silver. The laboring man ?ays, "That is fair: I am in favor of free coinage: but I want a dollar's worth of silver put into the dollar." This statement tha't the dollar must Lave a dollar's worth of silver in it appeal's to be fair and honest when we first read...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 November 1895

ADDITIONAL LOCALS. tion of an incident of the war, by J. Frederick Thome; a valuable paper on "Children in Japan," by A. 1$. de (iuerville; an illustrated poem about an arithmetical puzzle, by Clifford Howard: a story for very little folks: a description of a new and exciting game for boys: several illustrated jingles, and a number of puzzles: while the two serial stories by Edward S. Ellis and Jeanette II. Walworth continue with increasing interest. A unique leature of this magazine, which starts in the November number, is the editors talks about the new books for boys and girls in which he points out what is best in the late juvenile publications, The number is splendidly illustrated, From Thursday's Daily. Jacob Beam, ot Argos, was in town today. Henry Schuelhisse went to Argos this morning. Dr. Iiichey, of Donaldson, called in town to day. Chas. 1 Drummond left for Rochester this morning. W. W. Hill left for Argos this forenoon on business. J. Matchette of Bourbon, w as in town ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

Marshall Couotv VS- W- Vitü JäL iL n h kä 11 Vol. II. I'LYMOUTII, MARSHALL COUNTY. INDIANA, FRIDAY, N( Y KM liKR !.. isi;. X u. " Home Buying Makes Home Prosperily. TIIKY WIM, 3I0VH. TRIBUNE A CUTTLK. ll I I- I - : n . ; ' v I ' x - I i .-; i I ;.:; . M. 'A :rr !a-r. ad -.a: : ; lip ! . i'.-'l- :- ,( : ;. y ! ;i . I.;y i II;. Arilin 1 1 1 1 im t-ii i I - I"i i :oi.l RYAN &. JOSFPII CO!PELLF.D To " !.. - -..li Hi, J',, ... ,11,,: ..-,,,. , . ! Sh:iK LARGER QUARTERS. i . K. ai "I!' . i n P i ft KL INSCHIVIIDI THE TAILOR, When a : n-.it !!. voj olitau J i l A .- - A 1 given '. i r it..., e;n M..... i .1... Ai. ..I.. i ..:! l I ' p i r ot large iIunu' and wide cu euhir ion cu's its ru-e to oi.e halt and ' ' a . ! ;!!'- ( 1 i . ia v r. !i! I AImiiiI Mru m'i.r 1!. offers lor one run that ?r which i! j Mr. i' h.i i ilil.c.lf.i ;iM:i OlTcrs Iu rt4 jissortinent. roasonabli' vrork u'liai antei'd satisfactory. Tailor Made Clothes ; Ii is !.. en ifctivihf; tv.. it i mat t-r i" i'i'-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

J Cf?e3nbcpcnbcni M I-:itM.V. V. SMITH. Publishers and Proprie'ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. FORTUNE FOR HIS LEG1 NORTHWESTERN ROAD IS HEAVILY MULCTED. Whole Crew of Bohemia in MutinyPalmer's Curios in Kuins-Sintfiilar Accident at Albany John 11. Drake Dead Is Now Mrs. Paget. Victory for Lob miller, "(live me se.und limbs again and y::i Inay hiivi- tin- This he.p.-l.-ss offer was maele lv Philip Le.htnilh-r. v!i was awarehd $'jf.5'K by .! ulr Austin. .f Milwaukee. Wis.. fe.r injuries sustain'! e.n the .e.rthwestern Railnael. The vei-die-t was r-:.-hd. after two years e.f litigation. S.-.tun'ay -iftermii. nLtii the jury. after marly twenty-four hours of lelibe-ratioii. !e-e-ie!-d in t'ave.r ef Lhmiller. The- a w;t nl i e.m- of tin- largest e-ve-r given in a suit for e!anriges against a railnay --rprati:i. It is probable- that the Northwestern Railway Ceunpany will ap-l-eal from tin- dee-isioii e.f tin Wisconsin -urf ii tin grunl e.f iioiijurisli-tiii. But Attorney ('. W. R k. who has fought...

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