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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 December 1894

THE BASQUES OF SPAIN. A TeculUr Teople "Who rowe a Remark able HUtory. The oldest race of people on tho faco of the earth it i aid aro tho Basques of Spain who inhabit tho country on the northern and southorn slopes of tho Pyreneo on the 6hcro of tho Bay of Biscay. Thoy live quite apart from other i eoplo and are generally very beautiful both in form and feature. Tho early history of the Basques, writes an author in a lato number of the Cosmopolitan, is mythical and it is only from the beinninr of t e eighth century that thoy have a well-authenticated rcoorJ. It wai then thoy destroyed the Frank army while fighting' with the Si aniaids. It is t th m the honor is due of taking tho chains from the Caliph's tent which hang now in tho Church of Pamplona, and are carved :-ince that time on tho shield of Castile. All Spaniards who took part in that struggle were ennobled. Tho Basques, having never been subject either to the Saracens, or to anv other race, were pronounced a'l n ble: so tha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 December 1894

TO THE OLD YEAR. Good-by. 011 Year! While others ring The New Year In. and loudly slnjr Of what delight and peace 'twill bring. Ere the last tolling of the bell To the world soundeth thy death-knell I bid thee now a fond farewell Good -by. Old Year! Good-by, Old Year? While others raise To thy successor hymns of praise, I'll thank thee for the by-pone days. Many a blessing hast thou brought. Many a sacred truth hast taught; Fruitful change have been wrought By thee. Old Year! Good-by, Old Year I Should I alone Remember thee when thou art gone, I'll thank thee for the good thou'st done. The world forgets the absent friend; To each new-comer doth It bend. And casts It off when near the end. Like thee. Old Year! Good-by. Old Yearl Dost thou forget How men wlt'fcjoy thy advent met? That praise the New Year hath; but yet. When once again its reign is o'er. The world it may be. as Will leave me to say oik e more, Good-by. Old Year! -Harper's Young People. CHÜIST3IAS .FAIBIES. ACK was tho ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 December 1894

(CI?e3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA CO. KA ST l;l M TKAINS. a. in. Daily. :J a. in. Daily. r.;ic,i. m. liailv. tn::r a. in. Paily exorpt Sunday. S:4 p. in. Haily ex;-it Miiiilay. Daily ex--it Sumlay. Local frfiht, daily except Sunday. . :. a. in. V KSI laiLND TKAINS. r.:l a. in. Daily. ;:.va. in. Daily except Sunday. 1 :.V."i. in. Daily except Suinlay. r,:u" ji. in. I aily. 7:1". p. in. Daily. 1 I. in. I.iK-al freight, -lailv except Siimlav. .1. K. HANKS. Ai: nt. J'iviiioiith. I inl. VAN DA 1. 1 A J.I NE. SOL MI r.lM TKAINS. No. "1 ":" a. in. iii:iio a. in. Lral freight. " 1 :." a. in. tl 5: a. in. Tliroiizh freight. .nK i n r.i Ni i i: ins. No. r.j l.v.v, p. in. " 1 1 ;lo . i:i. Local freight. ' M l:os i. hi. r. i:. ii alk. a. nt. riynioutli, I ml. LAKI- KKIi: AND WlTi:iI. ii:iU r.HNI TU A INS. ':'.; p. in. Daily except Sunday. 0:-7 p. in. Son II l'.ol l TWAINS. J': I; a. in. Daily rvi'i't Sunday. l':o:; p. m. Local, daily except Sunday. 5:4 I. la. PailV cxi-ept Miihla...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 December 1894

RUN SHORT ON ISSUES OLD PARTIES CAN'T LONG KEEP UP THE SHAM BATTLE. TIr U No t'onsistfiicy Now in a Longer 4'initest Over the TarilT lVopie llefuse to lie Humbugged How Di J drover CJet Iii Wealth? M.iy Ch:iige I'rinriplet. Just how the two oM parties are to routinue the tariff auestion as a bone of pretended contention to fight over and distract the attention of the people longer from the wroujrs ami robberies they are committing on them, is not clear. Indeed tliere is no consistency now in a longer contest; over the tariff, as by the Wilson tariff i; is plainly dejuoiist rated that, practically, they ioth agree on the tariff. There may be some slight difference as to rates or other in material matters, but they both agree on ;he main principle, tiiat of protection. As it is necessary that the sham battle between the two old parties be continued in order to distract the attention of the people from the fal.se sys tern, robberies and concentrations of wealth that the money power is ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 December 1894

Intense Headaches "For foux years I haye been a constant sufferer. Mr head ached from morning till night. After trylnc ererythlDg I could think of. the only thing that gare me any relief was to keep my head bound ith a cloth to keep the air from striking it. The nasal passages of zay head and my throat were very sore and gave me intense pain, expectorating much corrupt matter. I was told that the Mrstf ary A Vi n i f e.jp weisht of ray hair was the cause of my trouble, and I had it cut off, but this gare me no relief. Beading about a lady similarly afflicted who was cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, I began to take It. Before I had taken one bottle I Hood's85 Cures felt greatly Improved, aui at the end of three bottles was entirely well. I now weigh 249 pounds, which is a gain of ten pounds in the last three months." Mrs. Ma&t A. "White, Franklin, Indiana. Get only HOOD'S. Hood's Pills do not weaken, but aid digestion and tone the ttomach. Try them. 25c Beware the Street Car...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 December 1894

BUSINESS REVIEWS. (CONTIM'KD KKOM PAUK 7.) J. I). Molter, the collection and insurance agent has his office with John S. Pender. Chas. Kellison is one of the most prominent lawyers in this county and has an extensive law practice. The west end barber shop on LaPorte street is one ot the neatest in the city. Chas. Whitmer is the proprietor. 1. Quinlan handles organs and sewing machines of standard make and has made a success of this branch of business. M. Speisshof er lias been in the saloon business for some 23 years and is one of the best known business men in this section. J. A. Miller has lived in Marshall county for many years and is well known, lie deals in pumps and windmill repairs. Harry Peeves was elected justice of the peace the last election, is an old resident and is well known throughout the county. One of the oldest members of the Plymouth bar is John S. Pender, who gives special attention to insurance and real estate. John W. Houghton has resided in Plymouth for more ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

sum Era l Vol. I.-CTWELVE PAGES. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, IXDTAXA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1894. Xo. 11. a i ma mm ari m III If I J I I XIII ill I .'3 III I V I IN IIP .f 111 II . C3 a cd J3 If Why Not Dress Well? WHEN YOU CAN DO IT CHEAP. M ayer Aü man, Ml 1 Iii- FURNISHER, Is offering for the NEW YEAR Amazing values in Mi, Boys' i Children's Mi, overcoois ,-. -m Fiisi t DRESS WELL-CHEAP. 44 The Apparel oft Proclaims the Han." Shakespeare. See us (luring our Grand Clearance Sale, which will begin January 1st. You can save a little money by buying anything of us in the following list of articles which are used daily. READ THIS. J? 73c Jersey Shrit for J? 30 1.30 suit underwear l.CHJ 30c tie 3lic suspenders 30c mutller 1.30 plush cap 1.00 plush cap 2.30 dents Trousers 3.00 (ients Trousers 73c Silk Handkerchief 2.00 pair of shoes 0.30 mackintosh 12.30 Suit of Clothes 10.00 2.00 Silk Umbrella 1.30 1.23 Silk Umbrella 73 10.00 Overcoat 8.00 2.00 Duck Coat 1.30 Boys' Clothing and Overcoats...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

(El?c3n&cpenöent A. R. ZIMMERMAN, PuMisher. PLYMO JTH. INC ANA. FIBE LENDS ITS AID. TRAIN IS WRECKED IN TENNESSEE. United States Minister Will Not Be Permitted to Investigate Armenian Matters Famous California Hotel Gone Ships that Pass in the Ni;;htNcw Orleans Train Is Wrecked. Train No. 1, Louisville and Nashville through passenger train to New Orleans, was wrecked Tuesday night near Brentwood, nine miles south of Nashville, Tenn. The train ran into some eoal ears which had run down the grade from Brentwood because of an open switch. The engine was demolished and D. G. Shugart, engineer, and his tireman, both of Nashville, were found in the wreck badly scalded and uneonscious. The baggage and express car caught lire and were demolished. The baggagemastor was hurt, but not seriously. The passenger ears and sleepers did not leave the track, but the passengers were badly shaken up, though none were hurt. Cliff House Is Gone. Near San Francisco, Cal., the Cliff House burne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

PLANS OF BANKERS. ANOTHER GREAT CONSPIRACY TO BE EXECUTED. Carlisle IIa Kxptalnvd What He Wants ami Ills I! Midi men Say Cuckoo" Outline of the Halt. more Flan One Advantage of l'ublic Ownership. Scheme of .Voney Shark. Anotlioi great conspiracy has leen planned by the banking corporations, tind it will bo executed with celerity and exactness, because the bankers Lave the assistance of the leaders of both the old parties, says the Washington correspondent of the Nonconformist. Carlisle's banking scheme, was drawn up by John Sherman and Congressman "Walker, of Massachusetts, will be put upon the statute books. Five more tricky politicians have entered the told of Wall Street. They are Senators Vest, George, Cockerell, Daniel and Jones, of Arkansas, all of whom were tierce free silver men up to a few months ago. Just before the adjournment of the last session of Congress the Big Jew" came to Washington and an attempt was made to perfect the conspiracy but failed. Another meeting was a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

0 Cf?e3nbepenbent Entered at the Plymouth l'o-t Office as secmid-ela-;s matter. A.K.ZIM.MKHMAN.Kimtoi: ami Pkoi t.iktok. J. P.. ASTI.EY. - - P. i mnkss Maxacki:. srr.scini'TioN ritiri-:. One Year Six Month 7.". should dominate in the common speech, and in time give their name to it. (Jexi'IXE reform of the financial issue is not to be looked for from the present congress. If the representatives in the present congress are the representative men f this country, the Lord deliver us. The proposed investigation of t!ie Armenian massacre, has begun to assume an interesting feature. Tin: Dels tonttnipt ease will le brought before the supreme court. A stay of execution has been granted until .lanuarv Mh. Tin: income tax is to be tested in the courts, .lohn (I. Moore, of New York, making strong efforts to have the law pronounced unconstitutional. The Lexow committee in New York, still continues to do business, Police Williams has been placed on the rack but denies all charges made against h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

1 0 CRUSOE'S ISLAND. It I Now Inhabited and rosaese a Lit II Town. It is not genera1 ly known that .Tu In Fernando tha island on which Alexander Selkirk, the Kobinson Cru oo of romanco, lived so many yeais is at the present time inhah.ted. Two valleys, winding down from diiTerent directions, join a shcrt cistan e back from the shore, and there now stands little village of small huts scattered round a long one-toried build inj: with a veranda running its whole length. In this house lives the m in wiio rent-j the island from the Chi ian (lovcrnment. and the village is made up of a, few German and Chilian ian;i ies The tiny town is called San uan IIa tista. and the crator-liko a m of the sea on which it is situated, and where Alexander Selkirk lirst landed, i now called Cumberland Hay. The island is rented for aboat HZ U a year. Tue rent is aid partly in dr.ed lish. Cat hing and drying the many varieties of lish an raising cattl and vegtables wholly occupy the c nie te I settlers, an i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

cTtfU-t A. R. ZIMMERMAN, FuhlisheV PLYMOUTH. In l-utr II yprf HA-t China Te&&T&JdLQx$ any part of the world is chasing her. Fools and hypocrites and litfmbug s will be taOt-ToTo foQauKlr tt-nrtli In Iii Lit'lrit 14 f :ey are If the LOfSw "Vvmillitto perseveres. New York üTnrijf these days may be too good to be true. Dr. A. Conan Doyle says: "I am qCyfvtM pf7?4with Niagara Falls." ThalAsLM lillV. old boy. So kind of you If Nicholas of Russia can successfully govern one-sixth of the civilized world and his wife he must be a pretty likely boy. The New York News says that before the end of the century New York will have G,000,000 residents. Stuff and nonsense. That New York embezzler was not tip to the times or he would not have left the bank directors enough to be able to guarantee the loss. A Wichita man secured a divorce from his wife in. order to marry his mother-in-law. And yet some folks say there is no such thing as hypnotism. John Eberhardt, o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

DESTINY AND VICTUALS. Fair wom.m, could your soul but view. The intimate relation Twixt food and fate, there'd be a new And higher dispensation; Could you but see. for "destiny," A synonym in "dinners.' And what the kitchen's alchemy CouM make of mortal sinners. You'd leave odd fails and learn to bake A loaf and cook a "tater." To roast a joint or broil a ster.!:, Than which no art is greater. What deeds of fame are left undone, What thoughts are left unspoken. What waiting laurels ne'er are won. What grand res., Ives are broken, Because of soggy bread and pies And viands spoiled in broiling. Of sickly larts and greasy fries, And coffee left a-boiling. For,-though with fortitude he braves The terror's dread of battle. While, proud, aloft his standard waves And round him bullets rattle. Man often fails of noblest aims. Unconscious of his power. When pills and potions press their claims In sonic dyspeptic hour. Mayhap 'tis said "He lacks the -grit' Or genius essential" By critics, bli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

A REMARKABLE PONY. It Ja an Affectionate Animal and Show Almost Hainan Intelligence. John C Krantz, of Baltimore, is tho owner of a Western pony in which ha takes a great deal of pride. Tho horso U named Dick and is ono of thoo pieces of horseflesh which seen to have almost human understanding. Lick is small enough to ;o through the small door cut in tno stable door which is intended for tho entrance of a man. He prefers to enter by tho smaller door and tometinn s tries to take the carriage to which he U harnessed in with him. This.it is needless tjsay, results in failure. Ho considers himself abovo th3 common herd, and with good reason. He will not have his harness put en in tho stable, but must be taken into office for that purpose. He then consents to be led out to be hitched to tho carriage. Dick is very fond of cream peppermint drops; the ordinary lozenges he will not touch. Jn t;rder to get these at the end of each drive ho is taken to one of Mr. Krants stores. His driver then...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

(Ef?c3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. I'KXXSYLVAXIA CO. KAST r.OCM TKAIXS. Daily. Dailv. Daily. Daily except Sunday. Daily except Sunday. Local freight, daily except Sunday. WEST DOL'N I) TKAINS. Daily. Daily except Sunday. Dailv except Sunday. Dailv. Dailv. lAM-al f relirlit. dailv except Sunday. J. K. HAS KS. Agent. rivinouth, Ind. 2:."W a. in. 6:12 a. in. fi;(k" p. in. 1ft:3T a. m. S:40 J. III. 7:33 a. in. .1:12 a. in. 0:.v a. in. 1 :.V p. in. r,:(k" p. in. 7:1." j. in. 1:25.1. in. VANDAIJA LINK. SOITH ;OlM TKAIXS. 'o. M f.: a. III. rit K: a. in. Local freight. " M r':."iU a. in. Ol ö:t a. in. Through freight. NOHTII l'.ol'M TKAIXS. JCo. T,2Y2:'X p. in. ll;lo p. in. Local freight. " M lU:us p. in. V. II. 1 1 ALK. Agent. l'l mouth, Did. i.aki: i:i:ir. ami vi:stki:n-. XOKT1I lHrXI TKAIXS. 12:03 p. in. Daily except Sunday. :27 p. in. SMITH r.OlXD TKAIXS. 0:4 a. in. Daily except Sunday. 12:M p. in. Leal. daily except Sunday. i:4 p. in. Dailv except Sundav. l:. HKillLS. Agent. l'hnioutl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

LOOKMBAKM Review of the Year That Is Past. AT HOME AND ABROAD Epitome of the General News of the World. Chronological Iiccital of All the Important Kvciitn in LcKiHlati vc, Judicial and Commercial Circles Startling Decile of Crime Stirrin Incidents in Military 3Iattcr-Kccord of Disasters on Land and Sea Devastation by Fire and Pestilence The Year of '94 Made History Kapidly. Belcnv will bo found a concise recital of nil the events tit home and abroad which po t'v make up the history of 18U1. In America, ns in Europe, then? has been experienced a period of severe tiuaucial depression. The year was marked by the most stupendous disturbance of labor eircles in the history of the country, necessitating the employment of government forces for its suppression. Political contests have been nearly as stirring as a national election. The world has been thrilled by talcs of horror from devastating forest lires, and death has claimed many illustrious men. The year will be long remembered as on...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

in Our Great Grandfather's Time, big bulky pills were in use. L.ike tue nderbuss" of decade they ere big and clumbut inefiecIn tbiseentury of enlighteiiment, ve have Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, which cure all liver. itomach and ;owel deraiigcnents in the nost effective ray. Assist Nature c. little now and then, v.ith a gentle, cleansing laxative, thereby removing offending matter from the stomach and bowels, toning up and invigorating the liver and quickening its tardy action, and you thereby remove the cause of a multitude of distressing diseases, such as headaches, indigestion, or dyspepsia, biliousness, pimples, blotches, eruptions, boils, constipation, piles, fistulas and maladies too numerous to mention. If people would pay more attention to properly regulating the action of their bowels, they would have less frequent occasion to call for their doctor's services to subdue attacks of dangerous diseases. That, of all known agents to accomf lish this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Fleas...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 December 1894

PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. THE TRAMP DOG. The Bum of $2C0,030 is represented by a pearl collar belonging to Baroness Gustav de Rothschild. Senator Brice some time ago walled up the front door in his house go a to have nothing1 but a carriage entrance. It is not generally known that Viscount Wolseley lost the siht of ono eye in the Ci iräea while leading an attack on tho Redan. Dr. Margaret Abigail Cleaves, of New York, is the second woman in the world to occupy trie position of physician in a public insano asylum. The Ohio Southern Railrcad has for its superintendent Homer T. Dkk, aged 'SZ years, probab'y the youngest railway superintendent in the railway line. Archbishop Vilattt", the heaa of tho new Polish Catholic church, is about 40 years of age, and wai for a time a clergyman of the Episcopal church. The widow of Senator Hearst, cf California, i 6aU to t3 the most heavily insured woman in this country. She has policies amounting to $300,0 JO on her life. Paul du Chail.lv, who has st ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 January 1895

5 TOJI: Vol. I. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 185. No. 12. r, Til C t 1 I II I II i v i ii l i iii i viii a i i i i m in f i r xiir - - -i x 4 tJ a, cd Why Not Dress Well? WHEN YOU CAN DO IT CHEAP. M ayer All man, Clin AND V HB, Is offering for the NEW YEAR Amazing values in Men s. Boys and (in nil Ovals i fiisiis. 2.") 25 25 DRESS WELL-CHEAP. "The Apparel oft Proclaims the Han." Shakespeare. See us during our Grand Clearance Sale, Avhich will begin January 1st. You can save a little money by buying anything of us in the following list of articles which are used daily. READ THIS. 8 75c Jersey Shrit for $ 50 1.50 suit underwear 1.00 50c tie 50c suspenders 50c muiller 1.50 plush cap 1.00 1.00 plush cap 75 2.50 Gents Trousers 1.75 5.00 Gents Trousers 3.50 75c Silk Handkerchief 50 2.00 pair of shoes 1.50 0.50 mackintosh 5.50 12.50 Suit of Clothes 10.00 2.00 Silk Umbrella 1.50 1.25 Silk Umbrella 75 10.00 Overcoat 8.00 2.00 Duck Coat 1.50 Boys' Clothing and Overco...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 January 1895

0?e JnbepcnÖent A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Pur fisher. PLYMO JTH. I NO ANA. SIX PEOPLE KILLED. DEADLY GRADE CROSSINGS IN THE EAST. Seventeen Servants of the Dclavan limine, Albany, Perished May He lead Internal Ite venue to IJe InCreased by Beer. Six Persons Killed by Trains. At Kcci'.o. X. II.. a sleigh containing Charles Brooks, aged CO years; his daughter Ada. aged !!."; und I-oui. Bergeron, aged IT, was struck at tho Water street cro-sing by the ii;rth-beund passenger train from Boston on the Fitchburg railroad Tuesday night, killing th'Mn all. The bodies were thrown over 100 feet beyond tho crossing. Tho crossing is not guarded by a Hagi'ian or gates. The Lehigh Valley passenger train No. from (leiieva Tueselay ni'it struck a bleich a half-mile east of Wiilard. X. Y., containing Mrs. Hughes, her sun, and Miss Larkin of Ovid, and all tho occupants were killed. Believe He Ih Hanged. Bart Scott, defaulting treasurer of Holt County. Nebraska, is reported to have been hanged .Monday night by ...

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