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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 8 January 1896

Säle. U A V Vol. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 18!);. No. 17 V W edepeed .1 li ILo i Pants! Pants! Pants! JEANS AND CORDUROY A good pair of steel gray jeans working pants made to order for Two grades corduroy pants, Suits and Overcoats at living prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. A Preinventory CTI A Tl loraie We take stock in a few weeks; the cloth ing stock must be moved to make room for the large, new and nobby line that will soon arrive. In order to facilitate the quick movement of this stock we will give a straight cut of 30 This is no buncombe. Will give an illus lustration: A suit is shown you that is marked $11.50. Taking 30 per cent, oil' will make a discount amounting to 3.45, which will make the price of the suit 8.05. Every piece of cloth ing throughout the entire store is marked in plain figures, so that you yourself can take a pencil and figure the price of the suit. This, however does not pertain to suits alone, but to everything called ...

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. — 8 January 1896

CI?c3nfcepcn&cnt zTmmku.maa .V SMITH, Publishers and Prop ie'ors l'LYXOUTH, INDIANA. LYMAN OPEN SWITCH FIVE LIVES THE PENALTY OF CARELESSNESS. Exprca Train Dashes Into a Freight ut Full Spccd-Fuitcd States Douds for tbc leop!c Close to a Crisis in Havana. Five Arc Killed in it Wreck. : At 11 o'clock Sat unlay nijjht two freist trains stood oil a sxxiteh at Schodey s rotation. seven miles, cast of Oiil "'' 0. Tin Hrt Main iull 1 out. ami the con ductor, thinking that the st-. I one xvould follow, left tin- sxxiteh opn. Fifteii minutes later the east-bound express rani'. along at forty miles 11 hour. ami. run Xiinjf on to tlic switch. U:d'd with ihe train standing then, ltoth train wer? 1. adly wrecked. The den 1 arc: iSi'i.v Addis, iirt man freight train: .!. FI. Co. fireman express train: Jesse King, hrak' Tuan; Thomas Michaels, engineer of press train: Leon Mathers. fireman. Thi Injured: ,f. K. IMigtou. postal clerk; I'itzsimnnms, -ngim'-r: .f. 1. Murphy, postal clerk. Cnductr ...

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. — 8 January 1896

NEWS OF COXGfiESS. VISIT TO THE PRESS GALLERIES IN BOTH HOUSES. How the Points of the National Leg irtlutsrc lä Obtained for Newspaper Publica tion-Ifejiilat ions Go vcrninc Admissions to the Galtcrica. Quarters for Newspaper Men. a TT T" HEX Congress is in session two of the bus iest fruits un- iliT tilt? great white dome are The House pji.l Senat press K a 1 I o r i t s . Thf so galleries adjoining I'M,!ilS it iv the place: provid- d fr tlit? ust? ji;tl c o n v o n i e ii c i? of tho me-mbers o f t lit? corps of W a s h iiigten eiirrt'S poii l- 'at ",- WW ents in transacting their daily business at the Capitol. '1 he .nly portions of llit galleries visible to the public arc tin benches and desks sot aside "for t lit occu pancy of tho newspaper men, and in tho House and fienate art located diroctly ovcr tlio chair of the presiding ollkvr. Hack of those reservations are rooms to which thf public dots not have access. In thf Il.i:-c w ins the newspaper men's quarters e,ndst of three ...

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. — 8 January 1896

Cfye3nbepcnbcnt .intT(Ml at the riNimmth Pist nitin ti mtoihI ' "!; matter, i .4. K. ZIMM I'.KMAN. . i. smith Ki;i its am ri:ri:iK.!B l l!M ISM'TION 115 1 " I T! Yr It i said by Secretary Carlisle that 30 bond issue will be made unless the condition of the treasury demands it. The syndicate formed to buy the bonds ill see to it that the condition of the sreasury is such in a very short time 'hat the bond issue will be necessary. It is not unlikely that the promulga tion of the improved Monroe doctrine, fiy inciting monarchial Klimpe to a beligerent attitude, will result in the building of fort ilicat ions and a I'nited states navy such as never would have been built had not this or some other equally grave reason served to greatly ixk edito matters. Tin: American people should care :u!ly read and digest all the different sides of the financial question. It is a duty they owe, not only to themselves jut their families. Then when the time arrives t vote "pan this important isue they s...

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. — 8 January 1896

(Ll?c3nbepcnbcnt Wkdnkshay, .Jamaky h, 1MHJ. CASH paid the farmer obtains for the pur chaser tin best products of the farm. CASH paid the manufacturer obtains for the merchant t he best product of the factory. OUR BUSINESS is c onducted upon a strictly cami hams, heiu'e m vis has been ours from the beginning. TODAY we are better prepared than ever to supply our ever increasing trade with the be t the country produces in the line of fine Oterroats and suits for men ami los. Knee Pant for boys from 4 years to 1.'. iil rat forlwiys. all sizes. A full and oinikte Hue of Shirts. Sin ks, Sus ponrters. Collar ami Cuffs. Silk ami Linen Handkerchiefs, (i loves. Mittens, verythin in tr:- V.ne of fiiniiliinü jroods. Cur Hat department is full of novelties. THEY SQUEAL l'i:j-e Ciotliiiiir houses earry shoes. We earry tli-r!. We 1 my them lirect from the manufa turcr. We pay twsii for them and sell them to the people :fo p-r eent less than the r.n; siik sTOh F with tlu-ir hin blowing Ids rents a...

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. — 8 January 1896

0OOCO0Q0C00OO02CCC0OOCÖ0DOOCOCOO0OOOOOOCCQCC0O0a CHIP AND HIS CAMERA. 00O0OC00CO00000C0O0000O III V TAYLOKlived In a ectin of country whore dollars looked i.nnt -i ms cart wheels for j the very good reason that they wen j about as hard to get. Hy all nms 01 Jtard work and many kinds of self-denial Chip had succeeded by the tint' fee had reached bis lölh year in sav Jug about which made biin seem in capitalist: to all the other boys and aNo to a grcflt many men. and as everyone knew that Chip was a wideawake fel low who wasnnxious to got into steady so that ho rou Ml 'linke lifo rasif r f)r his w I'lowi o l.ioi.i K wms i.o vr aim u.s .i.e mi of acq inmtaiue.s wno umt ... Into partnership w ith him and help him 'upend Ids money Ibtt Chips father una ni. , . . T . I Hh.H partnership was a i hard ship to sail In; he bad nie I it. and be knew, so the , ibov looked persistently for some bust- mess in which he roui.i maiv , . . i... St lie 1H11"- : i way. ami oil" nay or ioio... ... i i ch...

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. — 8 January 1896

W BEST IN TUE WORLD. - . -. V.l... a TOT IYr1 IMirV ClT , . iA . - THH RlSINfl IN STOVE POLISH In cnkc for piiertt LlacUntf of a tovr. THH f I N PASTE POLISH lor a jinck (lertliniif i' i'inr, fjliril ami vol Mini with a cloth. ftlort Bro., l'rops. Canton, Maat.. U. R- A. WantiMl to U a DoterUw. I t' thfs w:mtil: mm i xiu-ririK-e minimi," was Hu :nlvrrtlsMiifiit lliat raulif llio ryi of a -ruIliM' IMim-nix r.ian upl f ln.vs ;ij-. A l'il' Mit Ii was also rnujjlit l.v w sann :ul. Iii was atnliillcp.s :inl vroti lo tl:" niu-rrn for information. Thv miu l.a. k wonl to th' writr to Iii Im' 1i i r Iiis opnnlsloii. which wouM 1 M'iit. Mo iliil so. ;u:l a -upIf of la.vs ttro ivcHvrtl tl: IrtM n jily: "Th-inks for tin tiimwy, yini uro ton iiim-li of ;; u Krr to inako a jroml Ih-nlw. Turn yi iir tult nts in another ilireeiion." -I'Is-lee eoi n ii.no!enri Tonil.-folic V.n-tapli. HER PETS ARE RATTLESNAKES. A Little Dakota dir I Who Kuh a Hlranue FohJuckh for Reptile. The librarian of (.'on:;ross...

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. — 8 January 1896

JEWELRY AND SILVER. Bronzes attracting attention show a gray-green finish known as the Roman. All sorts of beautiful possibilities are developed in colored enamels on gold and silver. Buckles of gilt, silver and enamel are worn on belts of chamois, leather or silk webbing. Ivory with gold or silver trimmings furnishes a pleasing change from all silver articles. Fancy pieces of silver are rendered unusually attractive this season by the aid of gilding, enamel and small jewels. The grape vine affords an exceedingly graceful design, which is effectively presented on some flatware for the au tumn trade. Narrow bands of gold or silver, with feathery aigrettes that rise from the center, furnish pleasing ornaments for the hair, at modest prices. The newest silver tableware, various ly termed "Old English" and "Colon ial," consists in modified copies of the ware used by colonial dames. Diamond cluster brooches owe their continued popularity to the irregular arrangement of large and small br...

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. — 11 January 1896

-Weekly I Mdepemdeirrto ma Yui. II. I'LYMorni, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 18. No. 18 Pants! Pants! Pants! I 1CANS ANII com uuoy -TO OR DFCN. SHOUT AN It SWEKT. Such was the Trial of the Jones Company. MADE AN EXPENSIVE VACATION Traveling Meilieine Men St-ttle uilli the) vl t;ul One. Pay a Nominal line ami isav "Au Ketir." A oo(l pair of steel xniy jeans working pants inadc to order for $3.00 Two üTao corduroy pants, pair to order. . . Suits and Overcoats at prices. living KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. A Preinventory loth Ml Ye take stock in a few weeks: the cloth ing stock must le moved to make1 room For the law, iu'v and nohhy line that will soon arrive. In order to facilitate the quick movement of this stork we will give a straight cut of 3 per cent. This is no himcomhe. Will give an illns lnstration: A suit is shown you that is marked $11.50. Taking ;f0 per cent. ofT will make a discount amounting to 3.45, which will make the price of the suit S.0r. Hvery piece o...

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. — 11 January 1896

Tsifc' INDEPENDENT. PI.YI1I0 i H, INDIANA. THE USEFUL DANANA. "Iis L.cr:vr: mul 1'ulp Applied to 7'1'unr In r poses. : In. the 7est Indies the dried leaves find prepared portions of tho stein are tisfil ;;s juckin materials. Fresh leaves nro used to shade young coffee or i'fcoa seedlings in nursery beds und to cover cocoa brans during fermenta tion. The young unopened leaves are so str.ceth ami .soft that they are used as "dressing" for Misters. In India the dried stalk of the plantain leaf is used ::s a rough kind of twine and the larger part:; are made into small boxes for holding snuff, drus, etc.. says the Philadelphia Kcennl. In tin.- Malay peninsula the ash of the leaf ant! leaf stalk is used instead of so.;p or fuller's earth in washing clothes, and a solution of the ash is often Used as a salt in cooking. In tin? Ia;ea Indies tho skin of the plantain Is r.sed for blackening shoes. The juice which Hows from all cut parts of the banana is rich in tannin and of so bhp-kening a ...

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. — 11 January 1896

r.i:sv in Tiir. wor.i.n. r.r iV.v?..Vivya ttr ö v THT1 RfSlNO PI N STOVH I'OLtSM in calios fcr neutral blnckiiiiT cf a stove. THR sVn PASTG POLISH for a quick after-dinner shine, rrTiir! anJ tCll- iheJ with a cloth. Ilors Uro-, I'rcps., Canton, .Mai.. IT.S- A. Kuiori'iu"; Peace. The late Prof. .lohn Stuart Pdackic was;: man of mark'"! individuality. :u; avm! asoifof tlit iwxt learned and pro lific writers of his lime. II' was fond of peace, but liad a jrood deal of Scotch pugnacity in his eomjK.sition. 1I- 'tiui.-Il" used t tell a story of Iiis early life which ho thought exom both the traits hi his own char-art"!-. "A- a J -;,-." ho sail!. "I was always nii!;t;:;'iin to Ml:o,d lights; pugilism had i:o fascinations for mo. One day a follow pupil came blustering to me uii'i ::t:d: m '. -in,!'. :;.w. will you tiirht mo': '.No,' I n-pli.-d, M;;t 1 will knock you d-.w::.' 'i";::s I :--imn1:.1 to lo, niuid the of the sehr,)!." T::s s eu-ed ve;y like li.htinjr. but It Lad the ;"!'..( to ....

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. — 11 January 1896

(Ll?c3nbcpcnfcciii ATi UDAY, .lANI'MlV 11, lb'.t. LOCAL lUIEYITIES. From Wednesday's Daily. Sain Parker is in Valparaiso today. F. M. Axe goes to Valparaiso tomor row morning. Norman Vogeii left for (Jreeneastle to attend college. William Conrad ami Albion Beck are over from Warsaw. Sleighing parties are exceedingly pop ular evening amusements now. The balance of the Jones Medicine Co. went to Chicago this morning. lr. Fdson, of Bourbon, is in the city today shaking hands with his friends. B. X. Leonard and wife returned to day to their home in Knoxville, Tenn. Kegular meeting of the Sons of Vet erans tonight, with work in the ranks. Arrangements for the Business Men's Association banquet are progressing rapidly. Treasurer llankin is in Indianapolis making Iiis settlement uitL tin state treasurer. W. A. Reynolds is now on the road for a Chicago wine house, visiting the drug trade. The dance at Bourbon last night drew a fair sized party of attendants from Plymouth. Attorney Kellison ...

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. — 15 January 1896

W. Smalley Daniels and Will C Dawdy 0 etui PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15. Vol. II. v o. 1 1 Pants! Pants! Pants! JEANS CORDUROY TO ORDER. A good pair of steel gray jeans working pants made to order for $3.00. Two grades corduroy pants, pair to order,. . $4.00 Suits and Overcoats at living prices. KLEINSCHMIDT, THE TAILOR. A Preinventory ClotI: a ling We take stock in a few weeks, the cloth ing stock must be moved to make room for the large, new and nobby line that will soon arrive. In order to facilitate the quick movement of this stock we will give a straight cut of 3 per cent. This is no buncombe. Will give an illus lustration: A suit is shown you that is marked $11.50. Taking "M) per cent, oft' will make a discount amounting to $145, which will make the price of the suit 8.05. Every piece of cloth ing throughout the entire store is marked in plain figures, so that you yourself can take a pencil and figure the price of the suit. This, however does not p...

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. — 15 January 1896

Cf?e3n&cpcn&cnt y.lM M VZllM A IN cV SMITH, Publishers and Prop ie'ors PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. BASIS FOR BIDDING. WHAT THE NEW 4 PER CENTS. WILL YIELD. Net Kate I'cr Annum Calculated from Two und One-Half to Four I'cr Cent. Death of Nichols, u Muuaziiic AVriter, in Denver. "What Will Yon OfTcr? Tho Secretary of the Treasury Friday X'r'i:irftl :i nl gave out for publication a table showing the amount which should be bid for the new 1 ir cent, bonds in order that the investor might realize any rate of interest between 2l-l I" r cent, and 4 per cent, per annum. Following is tin table: H'i per rent 130.K74! l-'i percent I'JI.'.Ciil per 'IU I !... . 3 Mr, per rent 117.0740 v r cent 1 1CC 171 IS IM Jer rent 1 15.3301 r.Vi per wiit 111.05 m; 35-1; per rent H2.7su i;"s jmt tent in. 10 3 7-1; per rent Ho.2002 ::.'t per rent lo0.OS5d :; Mti io7.s.hhi per ent ix;.7i2i 3 H l, per eilt 105.55UI :r-i p.r eent mi.insj 3 i:t-n; per eent 103.21! "'U ier rent H.171i 3 15-10 per eent 101.077S 4 per...

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. — 15 January 1896

t I A MARRIAGE SONG. Lor Vns two chords, in h.irmnny they quiver: One tun.! to earth with Nature s music JoiniruiTh bin! an.l Howcr :.n.l in and Song of tic mountains. of shn'1 .5. IN. Piped on tk- lut" of sh.phord lad in hol- What tirrcthe world with ninth ami joy did riii.":: , IImjui fvrr now for N.itsre stil! we f4- low; Moth, r all-tlcu tauchtest us to :ng. Love La- two chords, in harmony they c,ui vir : On.- tuned heaven breathes melody divine. Strains ami low. and joyous to de liver Hearts from sad i;in'i ys Ihmes the goid refine. Sung by the choir of r-raphs in tl: chorus. Ringing eternally through leaven's high halls. Mi..! by mortals; Cod's greatest lvo sl.oil o'er us Wakens tlic son;: that listening cars cn- th-alls. Sundav Academy. JThMibY PLATONIC. OF COURSE. "I: I'.i.cs seem so absurd to me that n frit r.d ddp cannot exist between a 111:111 :i li-l a woman without considera tions of. love, in.iti -ir.iony and all that nonsense being introduced." Tlio speaker was :i tal...

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. — 15 January 1896

vEf?e3nbepenfcent '.Eutrretl at tlw Plymouth lot Oflice a second rlass matter. A. II. ZIMMKKMaN. A. I SMITH EDITOR AM IR 'Tit I KTORH. si'i:s( i:iith) rnicK. J)i,e Year 1"0 Six Months 0 'Whilk F.njrland is having considerable war talk at the present time, the United Elates is preparing for the political battle of We wonder who is the favorite can didate tor governor in the state of Indiana, along Republican lines, to the editor of the Plymouth Republican? rT via offers to act as an arbitrator between this country and (Jreal Britain over the Venezuelan question declined with hanks. It has not been long since we hung some Italians at New Orleans and all the indemnity demanded has riot been paid. 1'aI)Ki:i:vski clipped! Who can imagine such a l'aderewski ? The ide is preposterous. Without his hair he would not be l'aderewski. As Samson was sorn of power, he would be shorn of that unexplainable individualizing charm, the halo of his hair. And yet a saeriligeous Chicago barber has actu--...

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. — 15 January 1896

(Lf?c3nbepenbent Wednesday, January 15, lb'.wi. War Declared! not Haint "I HE UNITED STATES lut against THE MODEL b) a few of the Shoo Dealers of this city. Dark at ns. gentlemen, if you will! Hark loud and long! W e are on earth to sell SU ES. From this date until the evening of Jan uary 31t. Our Shoes will he marked in Plain Figures 'jo per cent leIow all competition, and in addi tion will permit you to figure off Ten Per Cent with every -ah purchase When you buy from us you are not obliged to pay the losses sustained by those who do a Credit Business. From now on until the above date we will elM'lothin for .Men and Pijs at S5e on the doifar. Tall and see us during this lireat Sale. Kespeotfully. RYAN & JOSEPH. LOCAL M1EV1TIES. From Saturday's Dally. Dr. Viets is in JJrenien today. Loui Horton is upon the sick list. C IJuck and wife returned today to La Porte. Ex -Sheriff .lor roll is in town from Tyner city. Mrs. Samuel Parker has returned I from Chicago. Henry Mein left toda...

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. — 15 January 1896

t HIS IS A SOFT SNAP. HOW THE AVERAGE MEMBER OF . t CONGRESS KILLS TIME. X Ten Picture of His Paily Life in 1 Washington Tells Storica, anil In an jAU-Aronnd "Good Fellow Ills Beeret a ry Works. J The Daily Grind. Washington cortespondence: UU work of the av erage niemner ot Con irres is very light this session. Only the leaders have the slightest Irospoct of hard work before tbem. Most of the commit tees will have noth ing to tin. The Com- L. , IV..-. .... 1 Means, which is us ually hard worked, has finished its la bors, as far as any fflone c an see. and can rr-. I Hi. look complacently II l ' upon the future. The commit tee on elect ions liave n great Heal to do, but the work is divided up. and it is expected that all will be soon over with. The Appropriations Committee has its usual work, and those other committees having appropriation bills cannot enjoy Immunity from labor, but beyond that there is hardly any work in sight that the roinn.it tee will have to do. unless, to pet c...

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. — 15 January 1896

' Fdi The nerves upon jure blood and they "trill I e your faithful servants ari'l not tyranni cal mastTs; you will not be nervous, but trong, cheerful und hany. Tt Uuvc pure Llocd, and to keep it l ure, take n ra Ird Sarsaparilla Hood's Pills euro ail Uxor III. 25 tents. The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY, DONALD KEKNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., ! Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred caes, and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in Iiis possession over two hundred certificates of its value, all within twenty mile? of Boston. Send postal card for bcok. A benefit is always experienced frcrn the first bottle, and a perfect cure is war ranted when the right quantity is taken. When the lungs are affected it causes shooting pains, like - n:edies passing through them; the same with the Live...

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. — 15 January 1896

t 'antoti MaSMllon.. Woosler .... M;mfUbl . 're.lliiie liuoyriiN.. ... Id ma Van Wert. A FATAL ACT. it M his Fhe her door. turned a little. profile Ptood out ECIL GEOF freys paused a mo ment as he passed the library door and glanced admir inKly at the pic ture made by cousin Jessie, was standing tionless before window with back to the bui with her head that the clear, dark boldly asalnst the light, while her beautiful eyes were f xed In a dreamy reverie upon a vine that clambered above the sash. She wore a riding habit that made the proud, voluptuous figure even more majestic and commanding. In one gloved hand she held her riding whip, and In the other there was a square of white, so like one of his own mono gramed envelopes that Cecil found himself wondering vaguely about it long after the picture had vanished from his vision. For Mabel was await ing him at the edge of the drive, and quite naturally he could not tarry long to admire his cousin's loveliness. Five minutes after the t...

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