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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 14 December 1894

TT TT fr? 3 Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DKCKMI5KR 14, IX',14. No. !). V Hl V-M.-O' 2Zgr m v. Xi m in m WFy m . am m M i. .S2 Im t3 od tu i M ayer Allman, CLOTHIER GENTS 1 Sil) II OFFERS FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE CHOICE PRESENTS. J m w 1 uown, TECKS, FOUR IN HANDS, DE JOIINVILLE, BAND BOWS, STRING TIES. From 25c up. We lnive just received the largest and most complete line of Xeckwear Novelties ever shown to this community. See it and you Avill be convinced. A Xeektie will make an appropriate present for your u feller." AVe will u Box them " in a fine necktie box, if desired. Handkerchiefs, Japanese Silks, and all kinds imaginable. A list of articles for Holiday Presents. Pllish CapS9 Miraculous values. Mufflers, 25c and up. Suspender Specialties in Holiday Suspend ers, 25c up. Shoes, Babies,Childreirs, Men sand W omen Shirts, Night Robes. Trousers, for nion, great values. Overcoats, Up stairs. Ill THE CANNING FACTORY. S. IMS III, " OVERCOATS AND FURNISHINGS. WE H...

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. — 14 December 1894

(Ll?e Jnöepcnöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PLYMOUTH. INC AN a. DEED OF A MADMAN. KILLS HIS WIFE", CHILDREN, AND HIMSELF. Terrible Crash of Death in a Street Car Tunnel Railroad Lauds For feited Kelisioas Liberty at Last Conceded in Hungary. A Murderous Maniac. David Spragg, his wife and six children lived four and one-half miles from Ridge way. Mo. lie was an industrious farmer, well-to-do and greatly respected. About noon Tuesday, without having given any signs of dementia, he walked into the kitchen, took up the butcher knife and, calling two of his children to him, made an attempt to cut their throats. "With blood spurting from their wounds, they cried for their mother. Thinking his wife, for whom he has shown the most marked affection, was about to escape, he turned his attention to her. The bloody trail about the premises shows what a ferocious struggle ensued in the death combat. The screams of the children, sobbing for their mother, seemed to in crease his anger, and two o...

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. — 14 December 1894

A STOttY OP CRDIÜ. DEMONS OF MISCHIEF WHO HAVE ROBBED UNCLE SAM. John Sherman and Hugh McCulloch the Imp Who Called in Money and Ilurned It -Election I'cturiH are hlsuifl cant Ueneral Keform Notes. Deep-Dyed Criminals. In 1805 and tho years immediately following, Uncle Ham was in sound physicial health. Ho was also getting along nicely in a business way. His bank account was considerable and Lis credit at homo and abroad was good, lie had plenty of money greenbacks, gold, silver änd fractional currency, -and as it paid debts, made him pros perous, and scattered the blessings of plenty throughout his dominion, he thought it was good money. He had a little debt on his hands, resulting from tho war, but that was being paid off rapidly. Every branch -of industry throughout the country was nourishing. Furnaces were hot, factories humming and mills grinding. All of hi3 people were contented and happy, loyal and patriotic, ready at a word of comman 1 to take up arms in defence of his domin...

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. — 14 December 1894

Tl-..i- .il... oi ;,...n.. . : ...!... .. ' Lauer VLt O llUCpCnOCIll I on each incKvMual of the 2,xki,M) vo- - - -r- j ters who u.-Tt-ited l.y their votes that Knti-ftMi at t!u- I'lym-.titi, I'ost oiiitv a c.--im!- , tl.ev believed in the i rincii Ivb advocated a matt. r. 11 - ; by this I'arly, aiui niiiiuU-Iy embraced a.!:.zim.mi:i:.ma.i-ito!c am ri:nu:iKT.ir. ! i what is known as the "Omaha iIa - I. H. ASTJ.KY I'.i sl !l-( KII'TION lMMCK. One Yi-:ir... Six .Months. Ii-:ck.mki:i: 20ih IV. I. Tin: next meeting Dec. 20th. An honest man will not refuse to en quire into the argument presented by an opponent. The committee desires yjir presence at the olliee of J. S. Bender, Dec. 20, at 1:30. Will you be there? Vokheks, of Indiana has prepared a speech in which he will advocate the unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio of lß to 1. si.sk M AN.MiKi:. j form," as, beug light. The work of chastigalioa still continues to go on unabated, ai d to tlio.se unacquainted with the true situation, ...

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. — 14 December 1894

Cf?e 3nbepenbcnt LOCAL TIME TABLES. PKNN'sY LVAN I A CO. KAST l-.Ol.Mi 1 HAINS. 2:.V a. III. :1J a. in. ';." . in. Dai'.v. Dail'v. Daily. Daily xceit Sumlav. 1i:.C, a. in :4 i. in. Daiiy exeeiit Siunlay. 7:ij a. in. Local freij-nt, daily except Sunday. WKST I-.ol ND THAI NS. .":12 a. in. Daily. (:."wa. in. Daily except Sunday. 1 :iVp. in. 1 aiiy exctit Sunday. 0:u". in. Daily. 7:1.1 i. in. Daily. 1 I. in. lK-al freight, daily except Sunday. J. E. HAS KS. A -rent. Plymouth, Ind. VAN 1 A I.I A LINK. SOUTH ÜOLM TKAINS. No. "1 G:) a. m ,M lO:(K a. III. " M l'2:"t a. in. " CI 5:U) a. in. Ixal freight. Through freight. 'OH.TII HOOD TRAINS. "0. 5212:20 p. ni. rt 11 ;10 p. in. Local freight. " M 10:03 1. ill. F. K. HALE. Asent. riyinouth, Ind. LAKE EIJIE AM) AVESTEHN. NOKTH HOUND TRAINS. 12:fi3 p. m. Daily except Sunday. C:27 p. in. SOUTH HOUND TRAINS. 9:4 a. in. Daily except Sunday. 12:tt p. in. Local, daily except Sunday. 5:40 p. in. Daily except Sunday. C. 11. HUGHES. Ajrent. l'lynioutli...

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. — 14 December 1894

POLITICAL JUMPING JACKS. Of political jumping jacks the country now Is full: Their actions are dramatic. Their contortions acrobatic When the bosses give the little string a pull. They will danca to any tune the goldbugs sic ,r i They always keep in range Hy the mystic presto chance!' When the Losses pull the hanJy little string. These jumping jacks abound from store to saore; They jump one way to day And the next, some other way. When the bosses pull the string a little more. For an office they jump lively fairly kick Jump for silver, jump for cold. Jump any way they're told; For a lightning change just pull the string right quick. l.gures Will Not Me. Tho Director of tho United States Mint has prepared for the Congress ional Committee on Coinage a series of tables showing the estimated and offi cially reported amounts of gold, silver and paper in circulation as money in the different parts of the world Tho following table comprises tho portions of the statement in reference to gol...

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. — 14 December 1894

MISS GING'S MUKDEB. HelpIessTenWeeks "I was attacked with acute rheumatism and wis laid up in the house ten weeks. My right arm was withered awa'y to skin and Lone, and I had almost lost the use of it. A friend ad vised me to try Hood'a Earsaparilla, which I did, and by the time t be first bottle was used I was fecliagalittlebct- ter. I could see and feel a jrreat change. hS . , . ä V Inz to my arm and the Sir. K. Forrcslall soreneea was leaving my body ai:d 11ml s. Every fprinjj and fall since, we hare used from three to six bottles In our family. I find to usa Hood's Sarsapa rilla ia cheaper than to pay doctor's bills. I am thankful that I have found a medicine vhich will Lc'p a man who has rheumatism. It keers me in pood health." Richard F03 B estall, Oelwcia, Iowa. Get HOOD'S. Hood's Pills cure all Liver Ills, Bilious ness. Jaundice, Indigestion. Sick ITeadache. AYo;neii Doctors. Accordin g ti recent statistic ; thero aro about i'.O'.)') women practicing mqd icino on the contine...

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. — 14 December 1894

Additional Locals. The Liberal Medical and Surgical Association of Northern Indiana met in the parlors of the Koss house the Uh inst at 1 i, m. It was well attended, The essays discussed were interesting. Their next meeting will be held at Val paraiso. The attendance was above the a vera ere for such meetings, and was composed of men who take an inrerest in the advancement of their profession. W. II. Ilarkins, of 1 'ort land, Ind., who represented Jay. IJiackford and Adams counties, in the Indiana legisla ture last winter, and who is now deputy United states revenue colletor, stopped in Plymouth from Wednesday after noon until Thursday morning while on his way to Indianapolis. Mr. Ilarkins is one of those big jolly fellows who makes friends wherever he goes, and was liked by everyone in the house from speaker to employee. At their regular meeting Thursday evening, Dec. o, lsU, Our Lady of Lo ritto council No. &50 C. J J. L., elected the following othcers for the ensuing year: I'...

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. — 14 December 1894

SUPPLEMENT TO THE Co tj mtv MSJ' AJ? Ü IL r tadepeedeet Vi Vol. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1894. No. 9. 1 NA C'u 1 y mji& r fe (BIT f 1 TlLL T A 111 liHBliClu 1 s 1JÜ sillliw AND THIS IS OUR WE INTEND TO MAKE ALL OF OUR 11 O V ft fel fa BY MAKING SPECIAL Happy Xat. XA. n 1 1 1 1 1 1 We Will Sell 2 Cases .Host Standard Dark Dress Prints, ;lc per yard, worth Best double fold Scotch Ginghams at Ge per yard, worth 12k. About KXX) yards of 1 yard wide Henriettas and Fancy Wool Dress Goods at 15c per yard. A lot of double width 54 inch Dress Flannel at 42c pr. yd. All Wool Ked Blankets at 81.98. Children's Fleeced Hose, black, at 10c per pair. The balance of our All Wool 40 inch Skirts for 09c each. All Wool Shirting Flannels at 20c. 2 bales of L. L. iluslin at 4c. Henderson A Muslin at 5c, worth Tc per yard. Canton Flannels at 5, 7 and 8c pr. yd., worth much more. 5 fill Our U nderwear will be Sold Regardless of Cost WE SHALL OFFER ! Our best 50c and GOV...

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. — 14 December 1894

WON BRIDE AND RANK. How Younj; Mr. Labonchero Kose to Em inenrr. In 122 Mr. Labouchere, a relative of the present member of Parliament of that name, was clerk in the banking house of IIoo, of Amsterdam. One day he was sent by his patrons to Mr. Baring, the celebrated London banker, to negotiate a loan. Ho displayed in the allair so much ability as to entirely win the esteem and confidence of the English bunker. "Faith." !-aid Labouchere one day to Baring, "your daugh cr :s a charming creature. I wish I could persuado you to give mo her hand." "Young man. you are ;oking, for se riously you must allow that Miss Baring cou'd never boco:ue the wife of a simple clerk." "But," said Lab uchere, "if I were in i artnership with Mr. Hope'?" "oh, that would bo quite a di,rerent thing: that would ntirely make up for all other delicienccs. " Keturning to Amsterdam Labouchere said to his patron: "You must take mo into partner Ship " "My yc ung f riond, how can you think of such a thing? It is imp...

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. — 21 December 1894

! .1 :.. i i ti.M i,..;.r,ti, ,,fi)u ivimv ...ic,ti Li-..- "n i'iaia. aiieinoon wnue a M J l 9, Vol. I.-tSIXTEEN PAGES. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DKCKMRKK 21. 184. No. in. . IT TT FT,"P"fr Im IP M Wfo W Rlfi fP Mi Jl. r j III "5 C3 a o Ott EU - vayer Allman CLOTHIER HD GENTS Hi SHER OFFERS FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE CHOICE PRESENTS. U 1 WINDSOR, TECKS, FOUR IN HANDS, DE JOINVILLE, BAND BOWS, STRING TIES. From 25c up. AVo have just received the largest and most complete line of Xeckwear Novelties ever shown to this community. Sei: it and you will he convinced. A Necktie will make an appropriate present for your "feller.'' We Avill "Box them" in a fine necktie box, if desired. Handkerchiefs, Japanese Silks, and all kinds imaginahle. A list of articles for Holiday Presents. Plush Caps, Minuiii ous values. Mufflers, 25c and up. SllSpender Specialties in Holiday Suspexd eks, 25c up. Shoes, Bahies,Children s, Men's and V omen s. Shirts, Night Robes. Trousers, for men, invar v...

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. — 21 December 1894

f?e3nbcpcnöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. PI.YMO JTH. INO A MA. MAY POST DEPOSITS. FOREIGN TRUST COMPANIES IN ILLINOIS. .Death of a Noted New York Financier Fearful Tale of Turkish Cruelty Bie Mining Deal Cause of the New foundland Financial Panic. Kvaded the Law. The Auditor of Illinois may receive an Acquisition to Iiis "Deposit Fund" of many hundred thousands of dollars, and un advantage long enjoyed by trust com panies created under the laws of other States over Illinois ami Chicago trust companies may disappear, in consequence (f jHtints raised in the complicated North ern Pacific railroad lawsuits. Attorney Cromwell for the Northern Pacific Com pany made the surprising claim that the mortjrar- for 4c U m K . h M was toic". b- wuise the Fanners Loan and Trust Com pany, trustee ot tl:e mortgage, in validated its own act ly neglecting to comply with the law of Illinois. This law ays in Sec. 8: "It shall not be lawful for any such company to accept any trust Dr deposit us hereinb...

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. — 21 December 1894

wwcsmrt. my? 1TII all the talk that there is about "the new woman," with plays named for her and clubs organized solely to discuss a n d s u p iioit her, is it not about time for same one to make the very pertinent 1 lerv. "Is a new woman wanted? CMtainly very few loyal husbands and levers would say that they wished their wives and sweethearts one whit et a used, therefore why the hue and err for some entirely different feminine t v ,ie from the one that has been revered an J loved so long. If. however, instead of "new woman" is substituted "ambitious, mentally in dependent, yet thoroughly womanly wo nan." the amendment will be accept od, and the whole world will lift up its hards and lift up its voice and cry. "Hurrah for this woman!"' A -new wor,ian" surest s a complete change, an effort on improvement on (Jod's best handiwork, therefore the title is mis leading and the general inference er roneous. Though believing fully in the sort of woman our mothers were, and the counterpart ...

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. — 21 December 1894

Wim. im ix Great Bar Plymouth, December 27, TO REMAIN A FEW DAYS ONLY Office at Dr. C. C. Durr's Dental Parlors. Dr. H. 0. Wilcox, ains IN Ch i unaware SEE OUR 'PHI- Chicago Eye Institute. THE EMINENT EYE SPECIALIST. AND Wonderful Queenswar 1 1 i 1! e TAKE A D V I C OF THE- 4m Sjgp Chicago's ('neatest Specialist in the treatment of tlie eye-. Thousands of people throughout the country are ruining their eyes hy usinjj wroni glasses. They com plain of headache, dizziness or a tired feeling after they have heen usinf them a short time. Dr. Wilson will give you instant relief and comfort hy examining your eyes and fitting them with his Compound Glasses at the Low Price of $2.00. The examination and glasses, if nought in the City, would cost you from 10.00 to $15.00. Hememher the date, December 27. REFERENCES: VALPARAISO, IND. VALPARAISO, IND. 1. V. SkiiiiMT, pres. Firt Na- Mrs. Thos. Wilson. tional Hank. S. .1. Lm-as. C. .1. :arilnT. jns. FaniM'iV '. V. Hunter. National I'.ank. Fn-il. I...

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. — 21 December 1894

CHRISTMAS MORN. y ujibin now nie sa- Ä crpd morn VgTJ To our spirits tired (n'Vv .i .- bringing with the chant ami chime Memories of that af ter time When to sinful man was given Pledge of peace and love from heaven. And herald strain and angel throng Echoed forth the rapturous song Welcomed in the holy ray Of the lirst glad Christinas day. Joyful let us greet it now. With light hearts and cheerful brow. Pright warm heart lis and mirthful hands. Kindly eyes and clasping hands: Greetings frank ami words of clieer To the friends, and kindred near. Meekly, hunihly lay aside Angry tone and look of pride. Memory of wrong or woe Treacherous friend or cruel foe- All that chills the heart below. And round cheerful board and hearth. 'Midst words of joy and songs of mirth. Let each grateful spirit be Fraught with holy charity: Nor envy, care, nor malice find Kesting place in heart or mind: Put kindly tone and open hand. And the deed of inci-cy plannet!. To our suffering neigh' rs prove Our ri...

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. — 21 December 1894

I?c3nbepenbent CHRISTHAS EDITION. 1G PAGES. Marshall County i PliiulH. A Brief Historical Sketch of Marshall County, Indiana. Its Organiza tion, Natural Resources, Development, Etc. An Historical ketch of IM.vmmith It Orvaiiiat in. M-ojrraiIiioal I.wat ion. Kailrond racilities. .Magnetic ITow iuir W'll. li-. IV-M-iit an. I IN-ihilit ic Turtln' l-'tittir'. The reproduction of record or record ed history, no matter how necessary it maybe for the information of those who come after those records have been made, is generally considered dry reading. Certain important events have occured at a certain time, ami have been entered of record in a certain book, at a certain page, or pages, and may be found in a certain ollice, where they are tiled and kept for inspection and information for the public, who have paid for them, anil whose records they are. Vet, what a small proportion of the public or people there is who ever get di rectly from the records the information they contain and which ...

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. — 21 December 1894

Moench has been charge of the congre gation for a number of years. The German Evangelical St. John's Congregation (not Lutheran, as it is usually called,) was organized, by Pev. C. Lctinger, who preached once a month until 1805. The church now occupied by this society was built in 18i8. It is a very symmetrical and commodious church building and cost about 15,000. For twenty years there was occasional preaching by different ministers of the denomination, when in 1883, the Pev. C. Pofinger came back and took perman ent charge of the congregation. lie continued to discharge his duties in the capacity of minister until his death Sun day morning, Nov. 11, 1SIM. There are over 125 communicants in the church. The Church of (lod has for years had an organization in this city and several in the county, elsewhere. The society has no church building in Plymouth but rents a large room on the second lloor of the old "Urownlee brick" where they hold services frequently but no regular services ar...

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. — 21 December 1894

. ST. NICK'S DILEMMA. A sky full of snow-flake;, all fluffy and white. Just eorn up in cloudland. came fluttering down To miitüe the sound of the swift reindeer's tiight. 'As St. Nicholas drove o'er the roofs of the town. He picked out the moment when every one slept; Untied a big bundle and busied about. Down chimneys, up fire escapes softly he crept; When lie came, how he went, not a soul could lind out. In the wee baby hose ho put rattles and rings. A pipe and a pouch in the big wooden sock, lie left in the pray one a score of nice things. Then the line silk embroidered one pave him a shock. He fumbled a locker of just the right size To hold the vignette of a handsome young man. Then toyed with a brilliant that dazzled his eyes. Then Iowa in the bundle to rummage be gan. A ring and a bracelet, a locket and chain. For the pirl tin de siede too prosy he thoupht. And lie fingered the dainty silk stocking a pain Ami feared that for this not a thing had be. brought. full Then all of a...

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. — 21 December 1894

9 -A.-') 1 jit ntithin vou disnuv. VX ? 24Ftr JsuaCbh3t. cur Savior. 1 f Waa bcm cn cr.nstna aay. &i?Th rtawrn ros red or Bethlehem. .(J IMIUnEQOnBUllWUII U1VU1BJ, WtPi) J-sus Cinat, our tvjor. Waa born oa Ctrist.ua day. God rect ye. li'.tia children! Let nothing you alfnght. Tor Jesus Christ your Savior. Waa bom thi hippy ruytit. Along the hills of Galilee The white flock sleeping lay. Wher. Christ, the ch-ld of Nazareth, Was bora on Chnßtmaa day. God rest ye. all good Chr.-Uansl Upon XaJt biees-M mom The Lord of ail good Christians w aa oi a woman ckto Now all your sorrows He doth heal, Your 61.18 he takes away. For Jec-us Chrat. our Savior. Was bora on Chnstmoa day 1 DOCTOR DAVID. You wanted to know, Tom, why I go to the trouble each year at Christmas time to make up a wreath of laurel and holly and express it to that little town way over in Canada. Well, I've done it for years. Tom. and I expect to repeat the net with each recurring December so Ion? as I live. I'm not sure L...

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. — 21 December 1894

HARDWARE 7, C u YOU KNOW ME. D on't Poke The Fire you don't have to open your draft, shake the grate gently never open the door only to put in fuel. The Round Oak is air tight shut the draft, you stop the fire. Open it a little it gives you a steady, even heat perfect control, that's what you have a little practice and you understand why we are enthusiastic you are too there are none like it. See the name on the leg. Sold only by Ketcham & W'lson Who can show you many Bargain in SEASONABLE : HARDWARE. comi: and si:i: rs. 22 dug. Wolf 9 ON THE CORNER. SEASONABLE NOVELTIES IN Neckwear, Gents' Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, And every item of WeJustlyClaim To have the Most Important Stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Jo AND Furnishin C i vi r H Z Goods The Mod 1 J. 9 m Plvmoutli, Ind. W. H. ALBERT, Agent. We have the largest "nd cheapest as sortment of Candies and Nuts For the Holiday Trade, ever seen in this City. Special prices given to School Teache...

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