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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

I ML rJLUJrLiLö' PLAIN VIOLATION OF LAW. Till: banks viiiir suspended gold payments without mooting with any .--orious criticism from the subsidized p.Idbttg newspapers, what is to prevent th treasury from suspending pihl payments for a time long enough to con vinco all concerned that tho law which says that the greenbacks shall Lo redeemed in coin anil not in jroltl alone Is a good one? It must le pcrfeetiy clear even to tho Mastern contingent tliat tho greenbacks cannot ami will not be retired, says the Atlanta Constitution. It must Ik perfectly clear to them. too. that the ailministrat ion cannot p) on selling b.ihds for pM ami running the people deeper ami deeper into debt. It must also be perfectly clear that the hanks do not propose at this day :.nd hour to eome to the relief of the treasury an.l furnish gold for export, ami for a very good reason they have no puM t spare. Mr. Carlisle's underlings, drawing on their imaginations, have left it to he understood that mir slock nf...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

i ' i; r i ! , i. (Ll?c3nbcpcnbcnt F.i,:. !t tl'. I'lyisi. iitli I'n-l Is ;i m'-iii;i A. :;..-.!a. A. I. SMITH 1 i: ! i- i 1 n I'i.k i 1 1 Bremen and Vicinity. M. s i'lluani deist iman i;qui!e ill. i.': . ilüatü Mo: retu!i:.-d ir ni Na. pai.ee esterday. .I s . t !i ( '-tst leniiHi w;v; vi-i'iü" tt Etna '' -- (.u ii estt iti iv. i alles lu-'-wn. of !-lyn.ou!!i. v;:- in Ih .-i-.en edm-s.l.ty. ; .!..' Mi!;e-, of Plyieotith, was visitmfriends in Hremeii Wednesday. l'-.Mü to th- Wife t.f .John Hames, a lx.y, .-ii last Tuesday morniüjr. ..'ru'a:t Iirsoi and family are ;-il-ii:, with relatives at Mishawa!;a this w t-i k Pr.iiij tan":er. of this place, wa.-s ca!!i:: on friend- at Xai'panee ''ni-lie-1 iy. 1.1. Mache! and .lohn Eelty, of Wyatt. w ere calling on friends at Ureinen, W'eiines.hiy. .1 . .! 1 1 1 'astli man ami lrefl I '.'- s were . .Ii,.,, i. ii. . ..f I i i-i.i, mi i. l it i A A iransaci ousmess. I." I ,.. l.. . .ii.vl. r.f V.iiii.Ml, ..i .U .-. 1.. ". iNim-.i, 1 .i'i ' m:hi, i:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

fD Ii PROPRIETORS CF THE CASH SHOE & GLOTHl! STORE l.;nc t!.-,'i'',t i tu i-.-iitiii'i:' t'n ir SPECIAL SALE OF OVERCOATS Frost Killers at $3.79. Cuvi n' anil le liajtpy. Their lined h.e arc warm and etint i i-rtal . Call aiil ee them. Nortli of Postolliee, Plymouth. (EI?c3nbcpcnbcnt From Friday's Daily. Only sl.00 per year. K. F. Hedge, of Lanorte, Ind., called in the citv to-dav. Frank Hendricks left for Indianapolis this morning. Sigmund Mayer was called to Kewanna to-day on business J.W. Deiwei, of Warsaw, was in town to-day on business. lohn Paugher, of Walkerton. was in the city on business to-day s. J Landers, of Columbia City, was in town yesterday on business. Preparations for a big Thanksgiving sh-oting match are already under way. .Tr.dje Hess is having t? new stone walk laid around his premises on West Laporte street Mrs. A. F. Collins, of Fondulac, Wis., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lydia ltightly, of this city for a few days. Miss Fredericke Stahl, from Her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

J CUitlOS IN CONGRESS. V.ANY ARE ABSOLUTELY TO THEIR DUTIES. NEW One Salvation Army Soldier, a Texas Cowboy, A Carpenter and an KxCush lioy A Maine Fartul:a-:d and New York Poet. All Kindt of Statcui?ti. 11 E U i: will be more new members in the LIVth Coii;rres than ever before in the history of that body. Out of the riri I mem-her.-IT- are absolutely new to Congressional duties. Of tin? 1'!- new nun only twentyseven are Demoera ts and the Uepahlhan majority will !' made up of I youngsters and IS veterans. The ..M-timer anions t h e Democratic U il iiil I '"II' Il l i mender are onenjoying the mclan-holy thought that notwitlis-andinu their redu-ed numbers they will tie able to have plenty of fun with the raw recruits on the opposing side. There are some eurious men among the new members and in the coming session they will ! sure to attract eoiisideraldc attention. Tor instance, the First District of New Hampshire sends a Salvation Army soldier to represent it in the person of Cyrus ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

Strangely Thrown Together. Dr. E. Fern la, who lias an office In the Chamber of Commerce Building:, recently became acquainted with Dr. Darlinpr. of 4.120 Lake avenue, under Xeculiar circumstances. Dr. Fernia takes a bicycle spin every afternoon, the weather permitting. Uecently he was riilins akm Kush street when his wheel struck a stone, throwing him into an open carriage that was passing, in the carriage was Dr. Darling. Dr. Fernia apologized for the prank of his wheel and handed Dr. Darling his card. Dr. Darling laughingly accepted the apology and gave Dr. Fernia his card. As the physicians parted they shook hands and promised to call on each other socially. Chicago Times-Herald. PROOF ISJOSiTlVE THAT LYDIA E. FINKHAU'S VEGETABLE C03IT0UND Is Daily Curing Backache, Dizziness, faintness, Irregularity, and all Femalo Complaints. i (ericiAi. to or ladt surrt. Intelligent women no longer doubt the nine of Lydia E. Pinkliutns Vegetable Compound. It speedily relieves irregularity, sup...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 November 1895

I ADDITIONAL LOCALS. From Thursday's Daily. D. L. Dickinson went to DeLong today. John Uutler went to Argos this forenoon. Matt Keyser left tor Valparaiso this morning. K. K. J.rooke left this morning for Valparaiso. Jas. Oümore Jr. left for Culver City last evening. (leo. Marble went to Chicago on business yesterday. Miss Flo Ihmnick went to Valparaiso this morning. Jas. S. linker, of Warsaw, called in the city esterday. Wm. Fverly und wife left for Valparaiso this morning. Y. M. Axe went to Valparaiso this morning on business. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Warrens went to iK'Long thib morning. John Thomas went to Fr.glewood, Chicago, tins morning. John Xelson, of Argos, was in this City yesterday afternoon. A. II. Kemmington, of south Ilond, was in town last evening. Ande:on Yoast, of Argos, was in the city on business esterday. J. W. McFarland, of South J lend, was in town vtsterdav afternoon. Vera Ilardenbrook, of Wa'kerton was seen on our streets to-day. llarley Logan was called to vVuhiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

ledepeedeet Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, Fit I DAY, NOVEMBER 22,1895. Xo. 5 M CoMinity V ( I Home Buying Makes Home Prosperity. 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. KLEINSCHMIDT, tailor, Thank LINEN SALE! This sale, the most extraordinary of all Special or Discount Sales, will begin MOND AY, NOV. 25, 1895, promptly at 9 a. in., and continue for six successive days. It will be a sale of Glorious Promise. Never in the annals of merchandising were such values given as these which we shall offer in this department from day to day. It will not be a Remnant, Odd or End, or Clear4ing Up Sale, but positively and strictly a Big Bargain Sale of new, reliable, first class goods. The fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

(El?e 3nbcpcnbcnt v.i yt .i Kit.MAi a. wsirrii. Publishers and Proprie ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. FAST MAIL DITCHED. NEY YORK CENTRAL HAS A FRIGHTFUL WRECK. Kiiiliticcr and Two Tramp Killed Train WnHKiinniiii: 73 Mile an Hour Work of Wreckers-New KI Dorado in Southern Colorado. Dastardly Work of TrainwrcckcrH. Trainwreekers ditched the New York Central fast mail a few miles west of Rome. X. Y.. Tuesday morning. Knjrineer Trank Ilager. of Albany, and two tramps were killed. Fireman Chris Warner, of Albany, and Mail Clerks Portor und M. J. McCarthy were injured. When the erash came the engine was thrown from the track into the diteh ami completely submerged in the mud. only the driving wheels on tin left side being above "the earth. The forward mallear was thrown two ear lengths ahead of the engine, and rolled down the bank so that it lay lengthwise toward the rails. The second ear. in whieh the mail elerks wen working, was thrown onto the tender of the engine and demolished. The third an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

HER PICTURE. lt 1?v'it her picture! Take a fetch o' skies. With cool shadows in 'em, an' yu hare lirr ryes! Shadows where the sunshine tangles, hut bice Beautiful an' beaniiu' gleaioin sireamin through I Let us paint her picture! Take a midnight drear Deep, an' Mack, au starless and you have her hair! Yet, there's light about it-something you can markLike an April shower twinkl'm' through the d;rk! When you slip the ribbons fron the eurls an' ail. Down tliev come a-ti:nilliii' like a waterfall:" That's ihr time they dazzh silky threads ' iiirht FaHii:' ail around her -shakin oin the light! f.'psV They're like a sunrise to the night o curls. Rosy-red, that mingles with a gleam o' pearls: An two shiny dimples playhi hide and seek In at:i'ii'i the tlowers b'mMiiin' on her J.eek! "Want to paint her picture? Think o all that's sweet - A!! that heart. brat lVr whe'i love makes em beat? Then give love the pencil, dipped in colors i'arr With your heart, nn le hi in paint her p! tui-e there!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

(Ef?e3nfcepenfcent Entered at the Plymouth Tost Ofiiee as second class mutter. A. ;:. Z1MMKCMAN. A. I). SMITH I'lHTOKS AND l'KOI'Kl ETOR.". . Sl'KSC'HirTIOX IMÜCK. One Year $t.0 Six Month to BOURBON AND VICINITY. Coiiiiiiuiicratioii l-ai inj; on I'ptilionor vs. S.tlooii. There will be a Masquerade Mum social at I. O. It. M. lialJ Friday evening, for the tribe and council only. George Campton nis secured a new boarding house. His wife will remain at dome with her parents. The V. C. T T. will celebrated their first anniversary last mvjht at theM. K. ehruch inleresting program was rendered. im... i ' ..e i, 1.;.., ...... a 1 1 iv. mi o uiiu i iiiiau BisiriB die i pieparing for a Thanksgiving banquet, j at the K. of I. hall. An invitation is extended to ail visiting Knights and sis ters and immediate friends. Married Sunday afternoon at 5:3U at the home of the bride's parents by Rev. II. II. Flory, Frank Chively and Minnah Gerard. We extend our best wishes for the future welfare. About ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

V... I !Jre:mn, Nov. ", 1K. !Mrs. Irwin Hull' is visiting relatives i Argos. i i.m Laser was (loins?; Nappanee j nine- (!;;. yi. Joseph l'axter anil Charles liaxfr w re at I'lymut!i on lousiness WYtl--siJav. 1 At orney John Capnm, t I'lynmulh, (Hilf a business trip to IJivmea and erlinlon, Wednesday. j.Mis. JaeoW (larver left ytsiiday huning lor Milwaukee, Wis., v. tore v expects to visit a week with üi-imIs. .losejh Diegleis bns:i entaeii luill:g himself a new barn l take ti e ' tee of the one recnily ilesnoetl by I SainuelS. Laiu m in, Wim ha? In ü Riming a filler pie-sat Letbur; , ie season returj.ed Ii Iii - T i si :y -i tenioon. Mra. F. Lenhailr. nt Fl..!i i. O.i ;, i Mrs. (i. L'iricu. . 'a; le... Ire viritin? will '1. .ami I-Vaiii; alter, ol this place. i Dr. Churches" r -si .rTiv" '. t jLouiiZes waon s'i j n .. .! .uiv bad r damaged in the ier n' . . vvill .iu e leaily t be occupied d.u,i. : Daniei W. Wolle. i ti ver a; - ,ved in Jiieinen Tue. juy ,nd ex. ejl. remain alt wmte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent FREE DELIVERY. PLYMOUTH ENTITLED TO A FREE DELIVERY OF MAIL. The Latest Report From the Postal De partment. Shows That Our City is Un title! to This Additional Distinction. While a great many of our people have not been aware of the advance ment made by the Queen Citv of Indi ana, still, a large number have noted with no small concern her rapid iraprovments the past year, and take pleasure in pointing with pride to our rapidly developing territory. Plymouth to-day has arrived at that point, where her postoflice receipts for the past year entitles her to free delivery service. To more fully place this matter before our readers, we quote portion of an article taken from the Chicago Times-lerald of Saturday. It in part says: "A. "W. Macken, superintendent of the free delivery service of the postal department, announced to-day that the receipts for the fiscal year at the following named postoflices had exceeded 10,000, thus making the ollice eligible for the free deliver...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

Oreat SALE Ryan & 1 will be removed to THE MODEL. D From this date until next Thursday Xight we will sell you overcoats, suits for men and boys, underwear in fact a full line of furnishing goods. Also a complete line of ladies and children's fine shoes at 85c on the dollar. Respectfully, RYAN & JOSEPH. (Lf?e3nbepenbent From Friday's Daily. J. French, of Argos, was in town this morning. Miss Metta Millica went to Chicago yesterday. Erve Huff, ot Bremen, was in the city last evening. . Born to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Brown this morning a boy. Dr. W. A. Oyler drove over from Argos yesterday afternoon. G. W. Iloleman, of Rochester, was in town yesterday afternoon. Chas. Chapman of Argos, called in the city on business today. K. I). Crumpacker, ot Crown Point called in the city to-day on legal business. Victor K. Hendricks, of Logansport, engineer of the maintenance of way for the Vandalia was in the city today. Clark Thompson of this city left for Green Iowa, this mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

A GEORGIA DINNER. PLANNING A NIGHT ATTACK. WANTS COAST DEFENSES. IN AN ARIZONA SHOW. ! ) i ( f 1 . Thankgivin' coracs but once a year. Carve that 'issum. Sue!) Ton can bet I'll pot my share, Carve that 'iHssum. Sue!) Turkeys they is nice to oat, Brown an' basted, fat an' sweet; But they can't Wat 'possum meat Carve that 'possum. S'ie!) Thankful as I'm poin' to be, (Carve that 'possum. Sue!) 1 love you and you love me, (Carve that 'po-sum. Sue!) Carve him straight an! arve him tm While the gravy like dw, But ;-ter than the lips o' you, (Carve that "wsum. Sue!) Cotton hit's pec out o sight. (Carve that "possum. Siii!) But hit's hit my appetite, (Cnrvo that osum. Sue!' Don't fare what's tie country fate, 'Possum hound to save the state; JCacle Hilly. pas jcr plate; (Carve that "N.sum. Sue!) -Atlanta Constitution. THE THANKSGIVING TURKEY. JOllX (JRIITTX wa a young mechanic in a t hrivini; manufacturing town in the interior of an Kastern State, and when he hal boon promoted to the .super...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

t u y Kr I Gave Up Hoping 1 would ever be better, I bad suffered so much from sour s-tomacb, kidney troub'es, and tther ailments. Uut Hood's Kar?äpari!la was the means of savin? my life. After taking it 1 was strong and muscular, gained 14 lbs. 1 UTommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to aU Avil loni; f . r l.ealth and strength." Nhiiolas hcniEiisKK. Suninurdale, 11!. Knofl'c Dillc are tasteless. iniUt. efTe-J-One "Way to Iluild a Iioatl. A ood road was needed between Florence ami the beautiful little city of Fiesole. Seeing this, the authorities of the latter place issued titles of nobility which were inscribed in a "book of Koid." and for which titles ood round sums were asked from three hundred dollars tip. according to the dijrnity of the title. Counts, barons and marquises were created by scores; the road w as built and is a tine one. Kveu vanity may sometimes be turned to pxul account. No parental care ever falls to the lot of a sinjrle member of the insect tribe. In general, the e of a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 November 1895

'END OF ALL HIINCRS IS NEAR." AdTentists See in the Turkish Crisis the Fulfilment of Prophfsy. Elwoo!, Ind., Nov. 19. Special. In an interview concerning the Adventist belief regarding the present Turkish troubles and their re ation to prophesy, Elder W . II. Ebert, of Frankton, Ind. one of the leading exponents of that belief, said: "We Seventh Day Adventists believe the present Turkish crisis foreshadows the end of the world, the destruction of its kingdoms, and the second coining of Jesus Christ. We base our belief upon the fulfillment of prophecy, and see in the present movements of the nations the gathering together of the nations to light the last great battle of the centuries the battle of Armageddon. "The Ottoman power, or Mohammedan power, is the one meant in the ninth chapter of Revelations, to which was to be given power to torment men live months, or ITA) years in prophetic time, when it w as to gain supremacy and to be given power to kill men 3'J1 years and fifteen days...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895

Margin Conn nden A. to Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2), 180.1 No. ( ty edepe (Si A Bar grain IS WHAT EVERY MAN WANTS, AND HERE THEY ARE. From now on until January!, 1 890, 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-hottom prices. (Jive me a call. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. pedal OF .1 1 IT U t-i im i - LINENS AT REDUCED PRICES. As herrtnfore announced this great Linen Sale began yesterday. This will be a splendid opportunity to replace your worn linens at astonishingly low prh-es. It is no deception in order to ensnare illy-posted people, but a Mile of clean, new goods at reduced prices. An inspection of this stock will fully convince you th.it now, as heretofore, we will do exactly as we advertise. KALL PLYMOUTH FARMERS, DO YOU WANT CASH ? Then cut your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895

CI?e3nöcpcnöcnf Publishers and Proprietors PLYMOUTH, ND' ANA. WILL BOOM THE WEST PURPOSE OF THE OMAHA CONVENTION. Chicago and Vicinity Temporarily Conquered by the Klemeats Two Uely Fires on Hand at Once Train Wrecker Captured and Lynched. Transmississippi Congress. Three hundred delegates were present Monday at the opening session of the transniississippi congress at Omaha, which was presided over by ex-Delegate to Congress tleorge (. Cannon, of Utah, who was elected president of the congress at the St. Louis gathering last year. The general object of the congress is the promotion of the welfare of the AVest, and under this head a vast number of questions have been scheduled for discussion and action. Among those are the irrigation of arid lands, the improvement of waterways and deep-water harbors, the construction and maintenance of levees on the Mississippi and its tributaries, discriminations in transmississippi freight rates, the necessity for a national bankrupt law, the restr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895

Uli Ixindon Times, which is the pa r.i articular and especial organ of British interests, nuts the whole money question in a nutshell as follows: "It seems impossible to pet bimetallists to understand that there is quite a largo number of us for whom a general rise of prices has no charms whatever. We like them low, and the lower the better. If they all went down to half their present figures we should rejoice, because we have nothing to sell and a great many things to buy. For those who have things to sell we do not feel any great concern." Now, says the Atlanta Constitution, this is all there is in the whole business. The London Times speaks for what is technically known as the city the banking interests the interests of Lombard street. When It says "we have nothing to sell," it speaks for the large and growing class in this country and in England that produces nothingthe class that collects its aunuities and clips its coupons, having nothing to sell and everything to buy. Honest ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895

(Ef?e3nfcepenfcent Euter'.l at the Plymouth Tost Oftice as second class matter. II. ZI.MMKK.M.YN. A. I). SMITH KlUTORS AND I'ROI'RI KTORS. srilsriIlTIOX PKIC'K. One Year fl.oo !v Morttiis t;o "Illooiners." K ATI K C HI TCHIXS. JSlie wore a pair of bloomers at a country dance oue ni'rht. Ami all the fellows in the room declared her "out of siirlit." She wore them very modestly ami with a charm iiiK race. And did not for one nimm ntseem to think them out of place. She türtod ami coquetted and tossed her pretty head. Tiil maidens all about her wer with jealously li;ilf dead. Tin' !! wore a pair ot bloomers. I hope no out' NtipMNes She wore them on her limbs, for her biooiner.s w -ri' t wo ftw. SEM .'-WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. I ie Pjip.ers a Week for Only $ 1 .." per Year- What Tin I ii?friil-iit will ;Ver in tli I ii title. Hemmung next week the .Maimiai.i. Om n i v Inukpkndkxt will he issued semt -weekly instead ot weekly as heretofore. The semi-weekly editions will issue on Thursday and S...

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