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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 December 1895

) . .. (Ll?c3nöepcnbcnt S. i t v, I I : i :i ii i :i: 2s, IV..". LOCAL I5REVITIIX I'.ht - -1 r i ! : i " hi .pirit f Tin- 1 1 liil i t j i;utMk: Ii.it Ii; -;uiif t n to'vn tliN ii"i !iin; With -a next !;iy Imik." From Thursaay's Daily. I). K. Snyder is on the sick list. Mrs. Jlenry Heynolds is very sick. Zeus Wade is home from La Porte. The railroads had a rush of business-:. L. H. Peno is here from Michigan City. Sheriff Smith was at Jlourbmi yester day. DM Santa Claus remember you this year? W. S. Heeve, from Chicago, is at ho:r:e. Frank lledd and wife are in Indian apolis. Miss llattie Kelley spent Christmas at Argos. Charles Welch returned to Chicago this forenoon. K. C. North and family went to Walkerton yesterday. Miss Ida Zimmerman is sick, of typhoid pneumonia. Wikner Thomas, of South Lend, came j over to spend the uay. Miss Kate, daughter of Daniel Marks, is ill of catarrhal fever, Miss Hertha. (labbert is visiting in Chicago for a few days. Mortimer L. Thompson and wife we...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 December 1895

THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. ; CAPT. CAVARLY'S WLL. provision Made Therein for All Unex pected Widows ami Children. The will of -the late John M. Cararly vas filed for probate tin other day. The veteran mariner left an estate valued nt 100.0;. x in trust to the Union Trust Company for his children, Mrs. Anna X:iiz:ibetii Ilemtel and Julia. I. Jennie D., John M., Jr., and Trank Holies Cav tirly. The will, which is dated !n April last. Is witnessed by C F. Bowman and Alexander Center. The income of the estate is to be livided anions the chil dren until the son, Frank 11.. now IT years of ace. shall mich the aire of "0, when the estate; is to In divided anion;' them sh ire and share alike. If any of the children begin action to contest the will the legacy to such children is de clared void. The Mjit;,lii was determined that no one should lay claim t his instate as his wldcw or his child other than the childtvu he ha I named :r.:d lie tr.ok a leaf from the will of .lames ( '. Fai...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 December 1895

- .... -. . . V -w V ' mmmm . . . .... . . . - , w f , ! i OUtt DADS IX SCHOOL. HOW THEY USED TO CATCH IT FOR PLAYING HOOKEY. T!o Old-Time Pctlasojruc Was as Full of Ingenious Tortures us an I.irc I ,i .Meat A Few Sampled of Iiis Cruelty. Moral Suasion by l'liysical Force. Tai altolition of corpora 1 punishment from the schools in many States is one of the most notoMorthy advancements made in the cause of education during recent years. In various count ry schoois in Now England and in a great part of the West ami South seven; methods of compelling obedience still are used, ami it is the controlling pow ers ei these schools that the writer de Mies To reach by this set of drawings. The records s!iov that chiMren have been much more tractable since the sub stitution of moral for corporal punish ments. The oM adage, "Spare the rod and spoil the child." seems no longer to be the established principle of school government anions progressive teach ers. A punishment which is said to have be...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 December 1895

r PickK J, ) : riir.:s,-! -"- ; 1 -( ict't r ; 1 : ! - l io'-.j Ajn ..-V c Kw.j I nervo ' i : i . V. .'-...je-..!: .1 ..: ; , OVEJi THE (OrXTY Little News Nuggets from the Country. WORK OF OUR CORRESPONDENTS Keatlaltle ;i from HoimImiii, Aio-, La Pa. and Twin Lake The Week's Happenings Told ISriefly. AlHiOs, Dec. 21. Miss Viola Jordan left for Chicago Wednesday morning, the guest of Ii. F. Shine ami Janus Sackett. While assisting in decorating the Richland church, Chas. dibson had the misfortune to fall from the ceiling, severely bruising himself. Miss Grace Thomas, who has been fick f r the past week, is able to be around again. I). J. I Sunder, of near In wood, spent Christmas in Argos. liev. 1. L. Jones left for Wabash Tnesdav morning to spend Christmas with his fathi'i'f Miss AliiC Guiltier, ä teacher in the Argos schools, is visiting her parents near Hiehland. Ii:t KMr.Ki; 21. W. J. Kankin, of Plymouth, was in town yesterday. Mrs. 1. F. Uosenbury had a paralytic stroke, but is ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

) i i aoepe i Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WKDXKSHAY, JAXl'ARV 1, 1S!M5. Nu. 15 1 Smn Weekly .A I t I Pants! Pants! Pants! JEANS CORDUROY A good pair of steel gray jeans working pants made to order for T wo grades corduroy pants, Suits and Overcoats prices. KLEiNSCHM THE TAILOR. A Happy P and rosperous New Year Is our most sincere wish, and we also beg to express our grateful thanks and kindness for the liberal distribution of patronage you have so kindly bestowed on us in the past year. Pardon any little failings or delays that may have inconvenienced you: especially so do we crave this pardon for the trouble and annoyance occasioned during the period of our remodeling and general repairing. We are incessantly trying to better this 1 store's service, and with this object in view we hope to accomplish wonders. With our extraordinarily light rooms v coupled with many other advantageous . facilities, wo will be better able to meet the constant growing demands of a cons...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

Xf?e 3nbcpcnbcnt Zl.M.Mi;UMA .Si I'l'l I, Publishers and Prcpie'ors PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. "WAS A MIGHTY BLAST TWO TONS OF DYNAMITE LET GO NEAR CHICAGO. People Thought It Wo Another Earthquake Humor from Venezuela that England Wants to Arbitrate Uuited States a Protector. Felt for Forty Milcn Around. Four thousand pound of tlynamite, Horeel in .1 little frame shod loss than one thousand f-et from the Chicago drainajre canal at Koiuco, explIed at 4 o'clock Friday morning, and the terrific, concus sion uns e'ommunieatel t an ana cir cumscribed by 21 circle forty miles in eli ii meter, livery symptom of a ioverful M'ismic elisturbanee was mated ly the ovtT of the explosive material. Strata of limestone rock, dii'jdi.g und falling in regular naves, were disturitcd as if by kodio overwhelming subterranean power, ni;d in distrietss inihs away, whore thes Ftrata came near the surface of the rarth, houses were perceptibly jarred, dishes rattled. eleks slopjt! and the ut louring of startled peop...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

OUTLOOK FOR WHEAT CROP OF THE UNITED STATES UNDERESTIMATED. Conservative Intimate of tlic World's Production 2,110 000,000 Iiushels Prospcct Slightly Bull itdi-Philadcl-phla's Street Car Strike Settled. May ne 47.",00,000 Kulic. As the cereal year progresses the im pression continues to grow, s far as the wheat crop in the United States is con cerned, that it has been materially under estimated. According to Uradst reefs the oilicial figures as to tr.e size of the crop, or the interpretations of earlier of licial wheat crop reports, placed the total probable outturn at about ÖlnVHJUvH") bushels. At the present time trade esti mates in very few, if any. instances put the probable aggregate yield at less than 40iMM,iK.0 bushels and the end is prob ably not yet, in the matter of revised fig ures. This, in view of comparatively mod ulate exports of wheat and Hour thus far during the cereal year, contine.es to por 1 tnate the dominance of bear inllucncca in the world's wheat markets. Som...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

1 CI (El?c3nbepcnfcent ,,,,! ' I.riTi ri'i :tt tin- Ii vMt-Mit ! l ost iMiu-e a vfcm ". la- ni.itt. r. i a. k. miMKKMAN. a. i smith j i:i.i i..k- m i'Koi-KifToi!. j - I M in imi'I Imn IT.K i:. e;:r ... .l.;.?h- i . ui Tmk Doi.ulivts will intet at Indian ap!is today fur the purpose of selecting a chairman in place of State Chairman Cuinniings, resigned. Kansa lias taken the initiatory s'ep toward pledging the republican paity of that state to enact a law that will reduce sleeping car rates fifty per cent, in that state. Iris announced that not wkhstand ing the eiiorts of congress to help the nation out f its dilemma upon the financial question, t ho president and secretary of the treasury have proceed ed to make a deal with the Tierpont Morgan smi ünte to purchase another Luge am--urn of thirty year bonds. hoMioN papers seem to behaving a good deal oi fin; over President Cleve Jan. Ts allegt-d cancatuies of President Monroe but it is forced humor and of ti e Iiritish Mrt ami rather d...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

CASH paid t iu f irmer obtains lor t he pur chaser the i''St products of the farm. CASH paid the tnuimi'artnrer obtains for the merchant the best product of the factory. OUR BUSINESS is conducted upon a strictly v !5.is, heiue m ( i:s has been ours from the beginning. TOD A Y we are better prepared than ever to supply our ever increasing trade with the be ? the countiy produces in the line of run- nwrroat ami Mi;t for iumi aii'l lys. Knee Fai.N fr hoys from 4 jears to 15. O'M r;ttN lurboys. ;UI size A full ami roiu!et' line of Shirts. Socks. Sns Imlcr. Collars ;ml Cnft. Silk ami l.ineit Haijiik. n liit-fs. ;iovi's. Mittens. vor tliin.LC in tli 5:11. of f urnKliins pos. 0;-r 1 1 : 1 1 )'parti'i.nt N full of novelties. TtlEY SQUEAL !. -tliin 1iohm' carry sli We rarry t.'ier ;. We tlieiu br t fpn the nmuifae tt:rrr. W tasii for tlietn ami sell them to th people .!(' r reut less than the km; shk .roiiM with their Ul-x hiowin li rents ami 1Z cieiiM We are with tli" peopleaml the ;.' ; ' ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

'ihr! i YEAR'S fflSTORY. Chrcndiogical Record of Twelve Months. pFCLL KECOßD OF 1895. Än Epitome of AI! Events of Importance. ."Jha Usnal Admixture of DUaster Crime, Political Chauues, Commer cial Achievements, and Interna tional Complications-Atrocities of Tories in Armenia the Most Shock ing Tnse in Modern History Fow ! era of ICurope Unite in Demanding I Reform -Cuban "Revolution Next In j I'ublic Interest. With but two exceptions, the nature of (the events which go to uiak' up the his-tc-ry of th2 past year is not startling. loo uuiciicry oi inousaims 01 i uieuiaiii by Turks ha aroused tho European powers, and at the close of the ye.tr active preparations v. ere in progress which sug gested the probable dismemberment of Jthe Ottoman empire. The revolt of Cubans nennst Spanish rule was the cext most important affair, and that, too. iwfts ia full sway at tho dose of the year. Spain sccras to fruitlessly bend every pnergy toward its suppression. Popular jyinpalhy is largely willi t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

BEST IN TUE WOItcD. 7T"IZ tCtNG Wr3 ? l VJU W m. CT - W KJT' A IM I k JZ-ZZtZL Z cJ 7 r ? i'rvS''-g;V 71 -VT- W A3, if V & cxieaprass xvs wr ea - THH RISING SUN STOVÜ POLISH in cake for general blacking of a stove. THE SUN PASTE POLISH for a ouicfc after-dinner shine, applied and pol ished with a cloth. Mors Bros., Props., Canton, Mass- 17. S. A. Hinting Common Wat or. The very latest thing in the fuel line Is made of water, "that useful element which tempers the excess of solar, ar tificial anl animal heat." The above statement may ai rar to be "an im probable paradox," but it is a fact nev ertheless, that a gas is now made of pure water, and that that same gas is n splendid fuel. The principle of the manufacture of these water gases is to pass qua pura over red-hot irons, thereby resolving it into the two inflam nble substances known as hydrogen end carbonic oxide gas. KERITEÜJEWÄRD. SALES OP LYDIA E. PIXKIIAM'S VEGETABLE COXFOUXD' Uncqnallcd ia (lie History or Medicine. Hones...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 1 January 1896

LAKH K 1 ! I K ANU WIM'KI.'N. II I 1 1 la. I NU I i: ' ns. !': p. in. D;:i! exrept Snii.i.i' '.-7 p. Til. " ' n 1 11 ll.1V.M1 i i:.!N h a. ni. 1 )aily ec'pt S üi.ia. I f " " l ... " I 2 IX b ti t ' : f T. f-i "la " 3 1' 9 30 7 4: i lineyrus "I 51$n 19 9::lCCi p 'rsiiitM' it. ssr'lHsioi'tii.'cb1 r ! Mau-:k tl ...lv . 6 an ;2 n i'' 1- ' I WM.sf ; - 1 ,St 1 2212 14 12 42 ? I MasMllon .... 9 03 2 0', 1 f-3 146 (:tnton "i 9 20 2 26 1 VI 2 tb i Alli i.K-o . s.r.13 03 3(5 1 55 2 45 r j lili?.l;li.:ti-. 1 lr 5 5'i 5 ID 5 45 z ! M AM ' CM I'M I I-; ' ,i;;i , - s - ! I ) I . - . m : v. . rv, it: LOCAL BREVITIES. Delinquent subscribers are earnestly requested to call at The Independent anil settle all amounts due to date. This S the way to make us happy in the new year and to help us give youeen a better paper for A happy New Year to all. Zimii:i:m ax & Smith. From Tuesday's Daily. Ta-ta, M. W. Simons is in Chicago for a d.iy or two on business. Populists of this state are in session in In...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

I a r -ry t , Kimmen ano pu.snen airi sv. i .on-n ini .4 1 a iai ue imuio i 'i mio mr i.im "ö j vvellnhjrh sullocated as thev l'oiurht lor ,'(,inniissin-r uperirdends h work Dr. .1. 1 .lon-v. F. S. lhitniai!. 1'. llerg, .lohn Mai teil", Kt'.gcpc Sort tc. Tiiev w c;e defi n ied bv At üieys .l"h!l uii.cly ii'! I'ca; u: is a dal-;';.' .k.-.,.; :, id ..-; ed dort'ti ol i la- r:r!i a,;(i -; v. . a :i i t i o)ALL o Weekly irn Hl O Sem ii 3 & H PLYMOUTH, MAKSlIAhb COUNTY. IXWaXA, S.VITIdUY, .lA.Nl'AKY 4. '.S'.iC. No. Iii Vol. 1 1. 11 ILo Uli Mit Pants! Pants! Pants! J EAXS CORDUROY ! wests of tiikititJ' ,m;aK T;r,'aLM,,,,,rMS,,;,t hm ; N " ! N 1111 " 11 pa vs the kkkkiht i ii . vi ( a i,,,!,,, UK, walks up and down the , tenor, j puhpc highw ays for the express purpose Then t 1 it- g it lift in;; as disunssed. j J Triumphant Return of the Jones I t bumming Ins way through hfe. win. the aud'eac. ar.siug to j in heartily in Does Doctor Jones of t lie Medicins j Company. i wiI1 IM,t l,e s...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

I i THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUiil, INDIANA. HENRY CLAY WAS RATTLE'D, Sut He Kcincnilcrcl u Quotation that Did Just as Well. ' In the early t won ties of this oentury Ir. Clay was appointed by the Legis lature of Kentttcky a Commissioner to Virginia to ask of that State that a commission be appointed to make n. definite lino of demarcation ldwoen the. two States. Upon bis arrival in 7llbr.sit he was received with great ccnKes; by its most distinguished citi zens. He said that his profession, pol ities, and affairs of government had occupied his time so exclusively that lie was aware of knowing little of po lite literature, or the favorite publica tions of the day. This prompted him to ak an old friend whom he knew to be a literary man to select some lines 1o introduce when addressing the Leg islature, as a quotation expressive of Iiis feelings to the State of Virginia, as Iiis birthplace. His friend suggested u stanza from Scott's "Lay of the Last Minstrel," which he highly approved, an...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

P(U LITTLE FOLKS. A COLUMN OF PARTICULAR IN TEREST TO THEM. Somt. thine; tliat Will Interest the Ju venile Members of livery Household OiKJint Actions ami IIriht Sayings of .Muny Cute ami Ciinniiijj Children. From Widrilctoti to Waddlcton. U'litü f set out a -journeying, my baby girl and I. It re;.!l. is a wonder how the way goes :! ting ly; Tin- r-onrff is from the sitting-room, her i h:irg-r is my knee. Ainl tin- minstrel music with us is her lit tle laugh of glee. iih. from Wi.MIeton to Waddleton it's eighteen miles. Hut from Wa.!.l!etoii to Widdht.m it's nineteen miles" (Whi.-h is just a freak in distance which i.iy conscience reeoueiles "With i lie theory that laly s..ngs are full of treks aii'l wih-s -'Oil. from Wi.hlietou to Wadilleton it's ijrliteen miles." Ilt-r gr;;inhna is so jealous when we set j.boe.t our trip. S!ie !;:iins to .see a Itar shade in tie ij iiw r of her lip. Sin- .-..: the way is rcky anl the stel is reuyhly shod. lt::t v, e ?( 11 hr of nnolh.-r path that'...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

i thrir (-j !"! ha v iii pl icril tli' :n w: r. ! tIl,y ;uv- 'ni"f- '"liv i',':als '"'' ' (Tk mVnt uVnf: ,s HORSE COUL" ,,UNT- A (iLANCKIIACKWAIM).! T, , """Tr .... V. h To 0 1 15 T ha 1 IS. ! 1,0 (!! on tilt' Kt ul 'tho daui'hi r-', .Plainly dr. -!. t -The Story of a Deari Yo.tr in the 1 elinins :.t thar i. with th- ,r ..ir.v- 'I In 1 ,i horse," raid an ill nivn im: n. '"rli.it had on. e n.-'. u. d to i r i-" It'll airy, but he h.id tae 'I. C No other h .tisc in this city ecr DID Wll.l. or CAN sell such sterling Ql AI. I HI;S at Midi LOW pticos as WI; quote. City -f riyuioutl. ! in IT. th 'i t:M!H' .".r rivt v:. :.. .... (their n a lire. 1 i i i 1 i n lt tin:.;, iv. i,.' I -.lie 1 ;-" ,,f i r.'io da s ,';!! i v -;. j and iv.r r-: m i m u f th' ir -.. . bilith I' if. a !i o-v-ary i.;:: : .p.;. : of n of duly. .-:! o i :;s ... .., . ." !.r.;; ! . ';. r his nann . : 1 !;" .. t a; a:; ol .- :; . iü;" . i : i t ' u chu,.i--d. Ho v..i.s a re- ,i ,,r '. I plus. A 'H-ADY. DOOMLLoS (iHOWTH....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

(Ll?c3n&cpcnbcnt S l I'lDW, Jam- uv I, is'.'. LOCAL I!Iii:VITlKS. I'i 1.1 Tii ur.-l .y's halb Hin. Im-, IJn.un u turned h-uno .duy. K. K. Ihirul.ill spent tin I'n; in Arg-s. (hailes Ki.ist l is recovering I'mia a M Vl I f Sich IICSS. Mis Lillie Anderson, of LalWte, is visit iu friends here. Andrew Foreman's 15 months-old child is hopelessly sick. Waltos Hand is here from the Culver academy today. C. M. Wflcli came home 1 1 dim Chi rago to spend New V oar's. (Unities 1'rank, f Twin Lakes, was a oilier at tins oilice to day. Charles. Allniau, s ti of P. S. AMiuan is fete from Mankato, Minn. Louis Steele and Arthur rndcrwood sj rut yesterday m Soath Hem!. V. n l i:t: 1'J or 10 Mark cat skins For pi ice see fJr.n. II. Hayum:, Jeweler The "paper train" on the IVnnsyb vaiiia was two luniks late this morning. Miss Kate Stoddard, w ho lias visited Mi-s (.race Ave, returned to Valparaiso 1 01 lay. Miss Manih' Hand, of Maxinkuekce, ha. been the guest of Miss Florence Muri-'.. Carpenter ; ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

AN OLD GAHUEN. tAn odor of full-Mxttf.J llowew Itids m restrain my Btep and lcaa Over an old Kray wall, where txiwcrs The id.rhikiiig musa iu crevice grotii. Spread iiiTi' before my listless gaze An old-world llnglitdi garden lies. .Where path ;i ml arbors twine a maze, Aud l! wi'is woo the buzzing dies. Untrimn-.ed, unkempt. In btvUh growth. All nature kp! tunpanionship; Tho graceful lily in not loatli To tt'Ui-ii tlu briar with her lip. In pea. h tree shade I'm Ho with wild, All unsaspocting of their birth; Ami weed to plant is reconciled lty common love for Mother Harth. The paths and beds would fain conceal listiii tin where tin apple drops, Or Iruai.t m raw berry blossoms fool Their way arrows to alien crops. Whib tr.iif s and liilien intercede, ' All r i v n 1 hoes to harmonize Tis thusnliko (hi rose and wl Contralto pleasure tu our yes. I lov tl.rr, garden, ami like the bo; This bb-sMng front thy bounty hip T'ai- ti o irelvcs wo each may be, lbij fain-r fr -ompani nship." St....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

r . h i-,v. i y i- i r rs i: h r' r t: vi ?inx''?tfl'"4r,,j Stwt. Uaiv.-iizt:il-.tfiir- ff ,ol!'',i,'u'''1 WlTMUlII-. l'i!tl; Cvf4.- y a?! " ri,t'1 s,',,', -r. Sud IM. is.iw ' Iiani-, sr-it h'-Ml Ciineis aiui it.vi t. t ' KnST I!? THE WOULD. &iy&) e.v& 0X cV.cwsss Was yce - cakes lor fovc. l.lackiti,'oSTR POLISH T .-hire, after -Unl ol apjUit.li a cloth. ih--l .. .... , äLSIlM THE WCei Horse Itroa., l'rcps.. Cantor er. lie us oi ,fy(.M ..,,1 it! A subscription has;, 1)nrdi;lsc. :m1 Ibistol to provide f.j(f t,u. tvK.,..:lUi n-tontion in that .uisin-i, .li-iinn collation of n-l!.-IlJs i-npHi-L-üo,, .! In mm-tion u ,..,,.,.,, ,s .,. .,1V vncrinalion. 7r Ml, ri,.(l(.ri( k No k rnt the ' i;rPV,l..r-l-M.. and v.ms r.v (T o Wolt at tlM, .ris(ll ,.xl,il,iJio'l hlbile.l by si , , ,...,,. in .' ' '. lieh pla s it attiaHetl a oti car i o e .. , ' ; anwMüit of attention. KERITEDREWARD. IXS OP LYDIA E. PIN IH .1315 vi: eta i: lk ('032 rouxw. rnrqunllctl In h? IIHoryof MolWap. Honesty...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 4 January 1896

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