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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895
The Indiana Novelty Works. While in the city of London, England, 1 had the pleasure of visiting the Tower. After returning therefrom to tht- hnrel, 1 remarked to the governess that it was a very int resting place for a slrancrer to visit, and calle J her attention especially to Queen Elisabeths armory, and asked her v hat she t bought of it, to which sue replied. I understand it is worth the time and expense of going to see, but thought I have lived in London all my hie I have never visited the tower. What! said I. Yu a resident of London, all your liv? and never saw the tower, why 1 consider it worth the cos of a trip from America to London just to see it. So otT times we deserve and notice the interesting features and iniproveme its of our neighboring towns, and sometimes hear others speaking favorably of our wi: city whic his quite agreeable to ti e ear and yet w? know but little about the interesting things around us from our own observation. Uiu it. Si -s jus, been j so for all...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895
HOOVEK TILI? E ATENS. THE DARK CLOUD OF A PROSPECTIVE LIBEL SUIT HANGS OVER THE INDEPENDENT And Necessitate an Investigation. One or two Inconsequential Error in Former Story but its General Import Mffre Than Substantiated by Facts. Hoover a deserter oT Family and a defaulter. Seven Dollars Ten Yards of Calico aud Ten yards of Gingham Contributed to His Family's Support Since April 17th. Some letters and Memoranda and Something About the Township Funds. On Wednesday, October 'Jth last, a representative of the Independent happened to be in the hardware store of J. V. Astley &amp; Son when Samuel Uurns of West township came in to solicit contributions of money or merchandise for the family, consisting of wife and six children, of J. K. Hoover, formerly of Marshall county but now of liijou Hills, S. 1). On the afternoon of the same day the Independent published the story of destitution embracing some of the causes which led to it, practically and substantially as related by Mr....
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895
öreal SALE Ryan &amp; has been 1 THE MODEL. (Ll?c3nbcpcnbcnt From Friday's Daily. J. W. Lewer, of Warsaw, called in the city to-day. Homer Watson, of Argos was in the city to-day. Miss Clara Putcher went to Argus this morning. F. M. Hoffman, of llochester, was in the city to-day. Henry Speyer, of Marmont was in the city to-day on business. J. A. F. Yackinan and Geo. Hake, of Lapaz, called in the city to day. Dr. Linkenhelt returned from a business trip through Illinos last evening. White earring at Anderson is becoming a fad again amongst a certain elassj Mr. Geo. Van I).)rston, of Argos, was a callerat the Ixdkpkndkxt ollice this afternoon. G. II. Williams of the Warsaw Times passed through the city to-day enroute for Kokomo. Mrs. Chas. Wilhelm left tor Argos this morning where she will visit relatives for a few hours. Some of the sporting fraternity of this city, lett for Marmont this morning with their guns and dogs. William Walburn, of Layfayette, Ind., is visiting with ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895
J ii "WARNING FOR TURKS AN ULTIMATUM TO BE PRESENTED TO THE PORTE. powers Will Make Demands When the Fleet Is Assstnblcd-Sultan Will ISot Be Allowed to Parley Minister Terrell's Action. Massacre and Murder Continue. A dispatch to the London Chronicle from Rome Bay? that information has l eached its cor: of indent to the effort that when the co.uhii.ed tioet of the powers has assembled in the Turkish waters an ultimatum will bo suit t) the sublime Porte r.nI that only n fdiort time will bo allowed him in whh.-h to make reply. The cable received by the State 0 partinent from Miuister Terrell at Constantinople stating that a n.assHc-e of tihrisi ms had taken place at Kharput, Armema, ani mat me American missionary property h a d been destroyed was later confirmed by a telegram from Coston giving another eable from Constan MKS. GATES. tinople addressed to the American Board of Foreign Missions from llev. II. O. Dwight. The missionaries at Kharput are all from Eastern States. The propert...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895
DEBS IS AGAIN FEEE. '.MANY FRIENDS MEET HIM AT THE JAIL. Given a Great Ovation at Chicago ITorne to the Central Muisic Hull on tI:o Shoulders of Four Men His Speech Ksccived with Applause. Inlor Leader Talks. n'l 'iif V. IMs spoke in Central Music Hall, Chicago, the nilit following his rI-Msc from to an ainlienc' that taxo'J fh stM ti 11.4 ami stantlini; rapacity of tho hall. Most of the leailin lalor orjaniations were represent'! anl the reception aecor'le.l to the leader of the American Kail way Tnion was enthusiastic in th" extreme. Kiht carloads of !!' frie:i:!s went to Woo.ls(ock t grroot .izn on his release from jail, and several h vis in "! men were at the station of the year was $S7,4S2,0S2, of which $G5,161,. 007 were original deposits and $22,321,022 were redoposits. The classification of the original deposits of gold was: Domestic bullion, $-14,371.940; worn, uncurrent nnd mutilated pold coins, .S1SS,2."S; foreik'u bullion and coin, $10.3t7.O49; gold plate, jewelry, etc.....
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 November 1895
FISHING FOR STURGEON. It Is Good, Ilard Work to Pall One of Them In. The fishermen along the river at Eslex and Saybrook ara now engaged in sturgeon fishing. Few are aware of the methods used to catch this monster of the waters, for a monster it surely is, often weighing 600 pounds or more. The sturgeon fisherman is compelled to use good judgment and master his prey when caught, for the fish are desperate as well as powerful. The net is of the same 6tyle as an ordinary fish ing seine, the meshes being fourteen Inches square of twenty-seven thread j twine. This thread would not be suf- j ficient to hold the fish when caught because of its great strength and shape. k 11 t i in. 1 but no sooner is it caught in the seine , than it becomes entangled n the loose j twine and the work of landing him in j the fishing boat begins. The fishermen know when the fish is in the net, for the seine corks begin to sink and dance on the water, as though electrified. Two fishermen in the boat approach ...