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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

I, VMS,0011 Mars County Independent Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 1897. No. 1 j 4, LOCAL BREVITIES. fnm Tuesday 6 Dally. Jacob Glass, ot Akron, Ohio, is in Marshall county on a visit with immer MM friend ami relatives, .lake lived here during bit younger days and having goCen his feel we once 10 '1' win Lakes cuu d not forget the home of Nil youth. He Las Come to gaze once more on the faintlai places. As holidays approaches the people set in to grow better. J is the time when the grip of a friend seems stronger and wuriner, Once a year the people ot Uue country realize the fact that they are only human hemps, and that the time is not far distant when six feet of earth will make Iben all of on size. Merchants are fearful that the holiday trade will uot come up to the standard on account of the bad weather. Their stores are stalked with the best line of holiday goods ever brought to this city and the prices hav- been pal wav down. Kvery one is praying f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

It, INTERNATIONAL PR CHAPTER T. T was in the sweet month of September, the soft afternoon of a day that had been hot even on the borders of the North Sea, v.hioh sends its breezes flying over tbe part of Essex which is not flat and marshy, but rich and undulating, and fair and pleasant to look upon. In London the people were gasping for breath, but here, thougi the day had been fairly hot, it was n iw at six o'clock soft and balmy, and by nightfall the air would be sharp and fresh. It was such a fair day and such a fair view! Behind on the higher ground stood a rambling old house, half hali. half farm-house a house with a long red-brick front, and a sort of terracegarden from which you might look across the fields and the long green stretches of land over which the bold sea came and went at ebb and flow of the tides. It was a quaint old garden, with turf like velvet, and raised beds rut in it here and there, g.iy with blazing scarlet geraniums and blue lobelias, and kept neat and ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

FIRST POLAR EXPLORER. A Holland Sailor Sought a Northeast Passage to China In 1594. From Harper's Weekly: The hardy mariners who were the pioneers in Polar discovery achieved wonders, considering that they had everything to learn about methods of Arctic work, and their vessels and equipment were very inadequate One of the greatest of all Arctic v.. agers was the man who commanded the first true Polar expedition, William Barentz. He sailed from Holland in 1594, on the little fishing smack Mercurius, and the object of his voyage 6hows how ignorant the merchants and seamen of those days were as to the navigability of Arctic seas. Barentz pushed into the unknown for the purpose of sailing around the north end of Nova Zembia, ami finding a northwest passage to C 12 and so for a month he skirted the v u.ii or ice that barred his way, seeking in every dir'vtion for a lane by which he might travel through the pack, putting his vessel about eightyone times and traveling jack and forth along ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

d?c3nbcpcnfccnt CLAY W. METSKER, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. What a happy thing it is the great mass of the ptople are im lined with RE8ER1 Kl Ills DB4 MttOX. The Valparaiso Messenger says ol a common sense and go on their 7 LtPbttC county justice of the peace: SUBSCRIPTION PR1 B. One Year, Mix Mouths. Three Mouths, cash. Per Copy, HJI utero! it tha post office Ht rtyutouth. Indiana, as matter of the eooud otaae. Friday December it, 1897, DuMOStlc Couvention I Stil, Dint riet. The Ueniociacy of the Lith, Congressional District of Indiana, will meet in delegate convention, on Tuesday, .January 11, I8U6 at the opera house, in I'lyUioulh, Marshall county, Indiana, at '1 o'clock p. m., tor the purpose ot select ing a member ol the Democratic State Central Committee lor the ensuing two years, who shall also be ex-ollicio chairman of the 13th District Democratic Committee, and for the transaction of any other business that may com4 regularly before the meeting. According to an order of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

Here we are : $ m as $ ? ö y SHI mas RKS I pi The month of all months. The holiday month. The month in which all try to make each other happy by giving them a Christmas present. We Scall this oar RED LETTER MONTH the month in which we want to contribute to the happiness of all our numerous customers. We propose to do it in our usual way which others may try to imitate, but will not do so successfully. Our way is not to give a Christmas present of a handkerchief or some Smother cheap item, but to make a general Reduction Oil all GOOdS in the store in lien of a gift. In this way all will he served alike and no favors shown to Sa few. We inaugeratein our red letter sale a Grand Sacrifice On ail MERCHANDISE in our mammoth store. We shall not begin to advertise all our bargains in Sethis paper; it would not he large enough to hold them all and in consequence we will only name a few of the leading ones in each department. Domestic Dept. Dress Qoods- Underwear 3 Commencing with our Domesti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

II MASONIC. PLYMOUTH K I L W I NING LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday evenings of each month. Daniel McDonald, K. M.Tohnson Brownlee, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No. 49, R. A. M.; meets second Friday evening of each month. L. McDonald, H. P. J. C. Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COM MAND'RY, No 26 K. T. ; meets second and fourth Thursday of each month. Ed Corbin E. C; L. Tanner Ree. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No. 26, O. E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. Sallie Parks, V. M. Mrs. VV. T. Rankin, Sec. ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 91; meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. F. II. Alberts, X. G. Jesse Hoham, Sec. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPERION LODGE, No. 117; meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. John Linquist, C. C. Calvin Switzer, K. of R. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, No. 499; meets the second and fourth Fridny evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Chas. S. Price, C. R. C. M. Slater, Sec. K. O. T. M. PLYMOUTH TENT, No. 27;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

CHIEF JUDGE PARKER A NEW STAR IN THE POLITICAL HEAVENS, The New YorUer's Keeent Saccens at the Poll Made Iliui a Person of National Prominence A Protege of Dave llilL L D U U Alton Brooks Parker, who has suddenly appeared on the political horizon, tarried New York state for chief justice cf the court of appeals at the recent election. He is jut on the other side of 47, and is a descendant of a fine old Massachusetts family. Judge Parker was educated in an academy and a normal school at Cortland. N Y., where his parents resided. At 16 he began to teach, and thus earned the money that paid for his education in the law. In 1872 he was graduated from the Albany Law School and was admitted to the bar. He began to practice in Kingston, N. Y.. and was almost immediately made clerk of the board of supervisors of Ulster county. In 1877 he was elected surrogate and was re-elected in 1SS3. He has been very active in politics. He has been a delegate to all of the state conventions for many year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

Ball & Cars Christmas Hdkfs The greatest Handkerchief defMitrmenl in Plymouth M re invites an inspection of the enormous attractive stock prepared for Holiday buyers. Past years have demonstrated that HERE is Handkei chief Headquarters. This year's sale opens with greatei assortments with greater values with greater incentives for buying than ever. Purchase all your I laiKlkerchiefs from u; you will get the choicest designs and hest materials obtainable, W e have them at prices ranging from one cent to two dollars each. Make selections early . Capes and Jackets. They must go. and thi" month too! We have placed such a price on oar remaining line of Tuckets and Capes that by the end of this month we do not expect to have one garment remaining. If you have not as yet purchased your Winter Wraps avail yourselves of this extraordinary opportunity and get an 1X07 made C0.1t (Latest Style , for little money. Being the leaders, in selling thi great and grand line we also maintai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

r I -LOCW. BRE ITIES From Monday Daily Where is Friends of his a Bloods Thompson?! making the inquiry. t'ost Master peyer, ol Culver Ul y. was in i he city today on business. .lohn livter iett today iur Staike county foi a lew days hunt in that wild region. The K. ol l's, ol Argos, will mve a supper in their lodge room n Wednesday night. ee those beautiful medallions at. the i'eoplt s drug siiiiv. Nothing nicer lor a t brietssai present. All J atenl medicines bO cet ts oa the V JJ iM V. Uli UW1H UJ V .4 . , dwuiii vfl I ibr he lUuuitCai. iouth ol l,nd- I Kuunb s le. !, A hue line t ladies p K-t to kh at j nri intr, N v m People's drog s ore. WhSM would makeli.) ioui ii, i, iii a nicei : I it I? I cuittracled dartou t Vic Weaer, loimeriy of .his cty,,1' ! ' Tbnuah every eff r was mid but now ol C tffeago, spent Sunday with b3 1,1 Clendenen a..d cousultii g pbysi lnends in this city. eiane fiotti out t town to th weft the Claud Peiree ol llagerbiown who ti .s beeu Visi'ing tnends in t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Dallv. Charlie Tibbets ifl transacting business in Chicago this week. Plymouth Com maud ry held an interesting session last Bight. Foresters meet in regular session tonight in Castle hall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of Chi cago, a:e visiting the torrners lather, Mr. L,. W. Miller. David How has heard nothing of the horse and buggy stolen from his stable on Wednesday night. Marshal Meyers keeps the street crossings passible for pedestrians but it requires considerable work. The Altar GsdJd meets with Mrs. Ed Thomas next Monday night. All members are reques;ed to be present. The odd Fellows had i big crowd present In their lodge room last night. .ke Ainey and Charlie liushman re ceived the third degree. What has become of all the trampe is ü very common question asked. From reports it would seem that the have! Editor McDonald of the Ltgouier taken up winter .tuaiters near Elkhart ; Banner, CSUW ery neaf getting shot Leave your orders for Turkeys, chick...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

Independent Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY DECEMBER 24 1897. No. 2 County Kight Hot KouikI-. An tight round sparring match was palled offlsel night on the Bourbon luir ground between McDonald, ot Louis vole, Ky . a: d man by the MM Ol Streiter, ol Indianapolis, Tbc Dan egers of ti t- affair had rented a ball 1 th town hail of Boarbon ai;d Lt wa?supposed bal every thing was fixed aod 'hat there wnuM he no hitch im the 1 proceedings, bni the Marshall didn't j propose to be oat door, so b rallied his I deputies and p..t then Oil guard, with ! oiders to erresi everv persou who had i pugilistic look in his eye. As trie Mar ! shall had blood in his eye n iras evidt nl that he meant business. i!l he was nut iBsoolh enough to prevent tne light for the party repaired to the- fairground arid in a verv short time a ring was Ditch- i - - c w ed and witft the thermometer at zero or thereabout the fighters stripped for the tray. About one hundred sports were j i j- . ... . I pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

Miss Dimsdale. in dismay. "Oh, I will come at once. Dorothy, stay and talk to David," she added, for Dorothy had made a movement as if she. too. wanted to go and hear more about Janet's trouble. ! I U s V 1 Vs-. . w 1 I I , I I ' -J ffii ,,it f, t "-"- L 3 m-WinT 81 INTERNATIONAL PPISS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER IL Contimit d.i In a moment the kitten, a little the worse for wear and tear, was i at'ely in 3ier mistress' arms, and a great fuss did she make over ir. In the midst of it, Dik Alyaier, knowing that fat la fretful horse W9i dancing about on the other ride of the house, said goodfcj again and escaped. "And. by Jove!" he said, as he tinned out of the gate?, "she does not know my nam?' either. I seem bound to be mysterious today, somehow or or'-- r. Evidently she mistojk me aiies or, rather, she mistook m f r th ! other in the mutter of names. Ali. well, she's goin;; av ay tomorrow, and I don't suppose 3 shall see her again, Of that it matters in the least whether she ealls me Harri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

m 44 MY WIFE'S LIFE." How I was the means of savins: it. Whea tfce hin? are fnttacVed and the I Symptoms of consumption appear, then begins the struggle between affection and that destroying disease which slays its thousands annually. It is a happy' issue to the struggle when disease is conquered and health restored. Such an issue does not alway9 end the struggle, but it did in , the case of Mr. K. Vorri. Memphis. Ten:i., who saw his wife wasting and weakening and physicians fcelpleaa, and then suggested the simple remedy that wrought the cure. He tells the story thus : "Seven years ago, mv wife had a severe attack. of !ung trouble which the physicians pronounced consumption. The coueh was extremely distressing, especially at night, and was frequently attended with the spitting of blood. The doctors being unable to he1 her. I induced her to try Dr. Ayer's Cherry Sectoral and was surprised at the great relief it gave. Before uing one whole bottle she was cured, so that now she is str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

(D?e3n6epcnbcnt CLAY W. METSKER, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR suuscKirnox ruu k. tjjg ,.j : Ob Year. BU Mouths. Throe Month, cash, N for Copy. At auei at u pst nw at Ptjmoatb. Indiana, as nialUr uf cite eeopd elans. Friday Dkukmbek 84, IjT. t r 1 1, .hi v. at 11,11 IStfc, litri-t. The Demociacy of the 13th, Congressional District of Indiaua, will meet to delegate convention, on Tuesday, January 11, 18US, at the opera house, in Tiy moulh, Marshall county, Indiana, at 2 o'clock p. m., tor the purpose of select mg a member of the Democratic State Central Committee for the ensuing two years, who shall also be ex-oilicio chairman of the nth District Democratic Committee, and for the transaction of any other business that may come regularly before the meeting. According to an order of the Democratic State Committee each count In the district is entitled to the following representation : GOOHTin. DBLEG H 1 B Klkhart 40 Fulton 2:i Kosciusko Marshall 38 1'ulaski II Starke H St. Joseph Total 215 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

i a m m tarn m&s m ... Rf Tk8 J2 oWQdat j The month r all months, The holiday month. The month in which all try to make each other happy by giving them a Christmas present. We call (his our RED LETTER ;1QHTH the month in which we want to contribute to the happiness of all our numerous customers. We propose tu do it in our usual way which others may try to imitate, but will not do so successfully. Our way is not to give a Christmas present of a handkerchief or some other cheap item, but to make a genera Reduction on all Goods in the store in lieu of a gift. In this way all will be served alike and no favors shown to a few. We maugeratein our red letter sale a Grand Sacrifice On all MERCHANDISE in our mammoth store. We shall not begin to advertise all our bargains in this paper; it would not be large enough to hold them all and in consequence we will only name a few of the leading ones in each department. I tip? 1 4lPl llki"- K g :h HIM w MHI II y i t : illy I uul . Jw i L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

MASONIC. PLYMOUTH K I L W I X I X G LODGE, Xo, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday evenings of each month. Daniel McDonald, K. M.JTohnson Brownlee, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, Xo. 49, R. A. M.; meets second Friday evening of each month. L. McDonald, II. P. J. C. Jilsor, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAXD'RY, No 26 K. T.J meets second and fourth Thursdav of each month. Ed Corbin E. C: L. Tanner Ree. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, Xo. 26, O. E.S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. Sallie Parks, W. M. Mrs. V. . Rankin, Sec. ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, Xo. 91; meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. F. II. Alberts, X. G. Jesst IIoham, Sec. KMÜMT5 OF PYTHIAS. II V PER I OX LODGE, Xo. 117; meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. John Linquist, C. C. Calvin Switzer, K. of R. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, Xo. 499; meets the second and fourth Friday evenings of each month, in K.' of P. hall. Chas. S. Price, C. R. C. M. Slater, Sec. K. O. T. M. PLYMOUTH TEXT, Xo. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

REGINA COELI. AT, ON his sisiers 1 ,. I. W O 11 U I' I 11 1 could Joseph see In a mild, silent lit tle maid like i thee? And was it awful in that n AT TO w house. With God for babe and Spouse? Nay, like thy simple, female sort. ea h one Apt to find Him in Husband and in Son, Nothing to thee earn-? strange in this, Thy wonder was but wondrous bliss; Wondrous, for though True Virgin lives not but does know (Howboit none ever yet confessed) That God lies really in her breast, Of thine he made his special nest And so. All mothers worship Tittle feet And kiss the very ground they've trod. But. ah. thy little Baby Sweet, Who was indeed thy God! Coventry Patmore. I r. w- ' ' FY7HEN Locien de j I Hem had seen hi: last 100-franc note raked in by the banker and had risen from the roulette table where he had just lost the remains of his small fortune he experienced a sort of vertigo and al most fell. With reeling brain and failing limbs he tottered over to the leather bench that encircled the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES. Vrom Tuesday a Daily. There will be a wedding in Plymouth tomorrow. Country spelling school are now in rogue. Melo Mc(-rter left for his home m A j ll y sleitrn ridi ig prty from Argot T I - Kldard liecj last night. ! came over to I'ly mouth last night. They dismissed ) ester la Trot". 1. Frank Kedd is taking e Were out i r au evntiga erj Yiowil tried twice. Theexsb much needed rest during the holidays, and ihey ct-rt airily had it. Tue p-irty et' .l ' auted I Mr. Redd is ooe ot the best educational ! eonsieted of 21 of the best yonog peo- criminal opers Ion of instructors in the state, ile drove to j Pl tlvat little tillage. Before tbey J as a domestic 11 the country today to visit his brother-; an en tor nome way canea si bn ie-1 xhed ors vi in-law. Henry 1U11. I maker's restaurant and were served opened a 7.3d ihi I wim oysters wnicn tney cenainiy rei- curtain wiii not hi & Carabin r Zimmerman has sold his paper in . . . ' . . 1 K . ished arid tlu-;i ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES. Ofttera a a tskiuf the lead this nfc, The demand for I hem M itumenee. fhere are several weddings bo ked for PlJBHMlfh this .vtek. "top ft the l'h-n!X -if!l get JOlii shots ahined up in good shape. John lilair, went tu 1 ma.dson today on busme-.-Agents uf all kinds an- in town tryli g to sei: their goode, Will Kins, fonui r! clerk in the Bos house, but no of Bourdon, ia in this it -day. Mr6. U. i. Price, returned honie fron, Indianapolis Saturday nigh , from i short visit with lela ives A number of the Sehers in the l' - Bostn tc tools have ief l for their borne tu ptnu Um holidays. bkaimg on the baon esleidav va extra tine and a large nuninei of skatt-rs ei.joed themselves up there iu UM aiternoun. Tonight is nomination night in Hy periau lodge. A go ;d at tendance it expected. Good otlicers go a good Wey iu making a iouge a fcUCCtif. The horses used by the lire depart ruent weie kept h.rne-sed Saturda) night io anticipation of a tire. deorge v. Marole hi h UC fl n...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES From Friday's Dallr. GuDtbers lion Bon's at the Phoenix Harry Hoy and wife, of South Hend, are in the city visiting friends. Tramps are as scarce along the Pittaburg railroad as snow is in Florida. Tte heavy snow has spoiled the skatluq on the boyou nt rth of town. Twelve clerks are now ousy in Ueiniger'B bargain store. Eldridge Thompson will have a grand opening next Tuesday night. Irwin Appleman ard wile are visiting friends in South Uend this week. The snow plows, are under direction of street comimesiouer JJnak. Mrs Judge Corbin is still sick and is making do signs of improvement. The side walks on Sophia street were all cleaned before 7 o'clock this morn ing. Mrs. C. S. Trice went te Indianapolis this morning for a abort visit with relatives. Mrs. Severs, of Chicago, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Young, ot West CraWIO street. Draymen Fertig and Geik are moving llev, Thornberry's house hold goods from South Bend to Plymouth today. The hotels report an increase...

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