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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

- C aV .X t-V NERVOUS, WEAM DISEASED MEN. NO CURE-NO PAY THE NEW Mi:ill'IHi;i;.TMENT. original with lr. K. A will imtivclv cure forever any form of 111.1 or Sexual di-caso. It is the result of years' -x r i noe i:i th; treatment i-t these diseases. WE CURE SYPHILIS Thi terriMe I'd 1 Poison, thu terror of mankind. vields readily to our M.N TUEA'i.MENT. I.ewan- of Mercury. Pota.-h. etc '1 hey may ruin your '.v."Teiu. LJ If yu have son s in the luonilior lougue. pain" in the j-.ints. s-.re throat, .mir or Ai cyehrows failing out. fiur, lesor ll.tc!us Sto!uacn dl'iangi'llM'Tli. ...in; c cs, o. ache-, etc., y..u have ho .-e.oul.try ftaze -f tliir Illoo,! p.i.-oii. We solicit the most obstinate e;ws, mid ihillcr.pe the world for a ease we :ieee.t for tr.ntinotit anl euniiot erne, iiy our tr. 1 1 met! f t lie ulcers heal, the h:iir kpuvs auiti. i-tims disappear, the skin becomes healthy, aud uiurriago is io-ihle u:il suit. CURES GUARANTEED Thousands of young :im1 nii.ldle-aged men have the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

G1LLETT A GOLFER. MiM'tiuett. Golfer Shocks Constituent by Ijtck of diratity. Hon Fred II. Cillett, the Springfield, Mass., congressman, used to be a staid bachelor, given to serious conversation and avoiding society as though it were smallpox and yellow fever combined. Now Cillett has changed. He has drunk deeply at the spring of social Joy and has become intoxicated. He frequents debutantes' teas, and Is a welcome guest at debutantes' dinners. Golf is his great delight. He is a constant visitor at the Chevy Chase club, and in the sparkling repartee of öoeial small talk is unexcelled. Where dtisty law books wen once his inspiration, the "Dolly Dialogues" is now his daily companion. All this was unknown to his constituents until the other day. when a Massa. inserts farmer, a man of much plaimu ss. tmt of substance and intiuence.e.ime to Wellington. He Wc :a to Cilh it's hotel to tee tht congressman. He had to v:it three Invars. t.:: - -IM mf regard the time as ill-spent, for he know...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

irv ßlx a tuvvtuvv uu IK ENG DON A STCRY OF MILITARY lITf LI IJIDIA. ... BY AAAWOR 5 7tT I i C 1 1 A i'T Kit 1 X . l Con t i :i ;i oi. ) Tli In llan now. with a savage grasp ou 1) .-, thiuat. ha.l pinioned him aLMini th' j:unvalt and P.m. unable to ut:r; a M.;nl. was I'A'btin desperately v it!: his ham! for dear lif:. Then. a. Jhr.njh a tlink mist, he saw Lillie" vo-t i:.t n.ar him. convulsed with ai.i-i.i.-I. and terrified ollicers ru.-!i:'i: fo:-w.;ril. A great lurch of tho w.-se-f li.tii d out the rest. Locked in hi :;ji'u;):iist's ruthless embrace, ho flt Ii;:.:.-t:,t' winning backwards into the boiling s--a and the waters closing over ii:n Instantly ihe .-aplain's voice ?:imi nna.i cur in fjaiclv command: "rii-ntry. let g. the lifenuoy! Bosun's mate, call aw.:y the lif boat crew!" Quick as t'.-.e order, it was obeyed. The great But whar fci-or.d of i ship was swiftly hove to. ag;ny of heart was every clay to th. paralyzed young bride OtTicer.s and nun h id now gathered j on the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 8 June 1900

Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, June 8, I'jOO. COUNTY Sil AK KS TIIK IIONOK. The nomination of Charles P. Drummond by the democrats of Indiana for Attorney General is an honor conferred upon Marshall count' that every citizen herein will share. It is a recognition of a Marshall county product. Horn and reared in old Marshall county, Charley Drummond early in youth caught the spirit of an enlightened environment; ambition to know seized him ; like many others of our boys he was genius enough to built! his foundation well. Though slow at first he recognized that greater achievements were possible, if the ground work was properly looked after. Acting upon this conviction, he entered Michigan university and later graduated from that institution both the liberal arts and law departments. The ambition of his youth has guided him equally well during the years of his professional and political career. He has served his people in various capacities always being faithful in the discharge of the dutie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

11 Come ty no A. aoepeeaee 0 Vol. G. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNK 15, 1900. No. 2 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corner Michigan and Jefferson streets. Night calls answered. MONEY AT SIX! 6 TODAY 6 O to CALL om WRITE IT COSTS YOU NOTHING JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. Until June ist You can get One Doz. Trilbys or Half Cabinets for Cents Per Dozen. ROTZIEN GALLERY. tmmmmmmmmmmt'g I guarantee my work and furnish ZZZ SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. : Neat and Nobby. 2 : Never a better line 5 se: of real good ones. Never a better line 13 : of modern priced ones Never a better line gj of low priced ones. 3 j" Fit and Wotkmanship Guaranteed. y 1 BERGMAN 1 25 THE TAILOR S UPSTAIRS. CORuIN BLOCK. auiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Ask Your Neighbor if slie buys meats of us. If she does, she will tell you of reliable goods, honest prices and quick delivery all of which you may not be getting. re haven't a customer to whom we would hes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

I THE WEEKLY IHDEPE11DEHT. CL W. METSKER, PuK and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA. OUR CALENDAR. tHU 7 14 21 28 HI 1 8 15 22 29 SAT 2 9 16 23 30 I EfitS Of It HEEK Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Uncord of Happening of Much or Little Importance from All l'arts of the Civilized World Fricen of Farm Producta In Western Markets. Derby caused a score of suicides In England. J. T. Taylor won British golf championship. Panicky conditions prevailed on the Berlin bourse. Dr. Henry Wade Rogers, president of Northwestern university, speaking to students at Cleveland, says the money power must be taken out of politics or popular government will Admiral Dewey and wife are entertained in Detroit. The Colorado democrats name a delegation instructed for Bryan. Tom Sharkey knocked out Yank Kenny in first round. SilTerdale beat Miss Bennett in stake event at Hawthorne. Step3 were taken in the French senate to establish a colonial army. Gen. Pio del Pilar, the Filipino ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

TALMAGE'S SERMON. AN INCIDENT IN THE LIFE OP OUR SAVIOR. The rath of Letut Resistance I the Beat One In AT tilth to Perform -Good Work I tough Place in Life's Journey. (Copyright, 1500. by Louis Klopsen.) Text. Mark S9. "And He arose and rebuked the wind and said unto the flea. Peace, bo still." Here in Capernaum, the seashore Tillage, was the temporary home of that Christ who for the most of his life was homeless. On the site of this village, now in ruin5, and all around this lake, what scenes of kindness and power and glory and pathos when our Lord lived here! I can understand the feeling of the immortal Scotchman, Robert McCheyne, when, Bitting on the banks of this lake, he wrote: "It is not that the wild gazelle Comes down to drink thy tide. But he that was pierced to save from hell Oft wandered by thy side. "Graceful around thee the mountains meet. Thou calm, reposing sea. But. ah, far more the beautiful feet Of Jesus walked o'er thee." I can easily understand from the contour ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

Wr ,..yM- f --- i' 1 ii .I .aaaaaa Cl?c3nöcpcnbent C LAY XV. M KTSKElt, KDITOIl AND 1'KOriilETOn. SUUSCRIPTIOX PKICE. One Year. M.W Six Months. - - .75 Three Months, cash, - - .W Per Copy. .03 Entered at the post ortlc at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, June 15. 1900. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor JOHN W KK1JN For Lieutenant Cove nor.. JOHN r. LAWI.LK For Secretary of state. ADAM IIKIMKKKUKK For Auditor IOIIN V. MIXOU For Treasurer II.KOME 1IKKFF For Attorney-:eneral..('HAS. V IHU'.MMOND For Supreme Court Reporter. II. : YKKtllX For Sc I ah .1 S upt . . . . C II A K I.FS ( J K K AT HOl'SK For Chief Bureau of Statistics. KDW. llOKl'FF For Supreme Court Jiultre First IM!trict...;KMM;K 1.. UKINHAUDT Fourth District I. W. ADAH! DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, CLAY W. MKTSK EH. For 1 reasurer, WILLIAM O K KEF K. For Sheriff. CLINTON I'.oNHl'KANT. For Kecorder, L. G. 1IA1ILKY. For Surveyor, '1IAKIIY E. GUI UK. For Assessor. WILLIAM T. LKONAKD...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

J ra tu 3 A Book for Younq and Old. Twe cure Fen 1 irrtllC fit' 3 r LSti 1875 250,000 BLOOD 1 rep i i r.lSLAato mem cured j aa 250,000 CURED r YGUKG MAN trS wh'-a ii,-n:rnit l tho terrible Time ynv wfr.M-niiiiuit t I i ! j"-ii i'iily eopsj.ler the) f;i-cin:!tiii!j :ilhir-i'i nt- f this evil h il ii? When t.- l.ilet ) ami-l the t-.-r-riblc results w.-to :;. ye-; opouel t your :eril? lil jm :iter tn in manboo. 1 f. -m pi r t a . . 1 ' It I .VI I : .r 11 1 ) I diso i-c? Wire ; "m ine 1 '! ln ;. mi niov and then see puio alanuins syiiipu.nis? Daie you marry in ymir precnt co:ilitin? Youkn-.w.-LIKK FAT 1 IKK, L1KK SON." I r i:i::r'i'-ij. i . yo eitstand iy Ii intr in lr nl ? i s in:i rriaKO a failuro with you on :icciitstf any weakness c:iui1 l.y e:i:!y r.'.use r l:itcr excesses? H:r-e ymi ln-tn dnirej with mercury? This booklet will ;-o:ntut to ynii the, results of these crime- und point ...it hwtmr NKW .MKTI10 TI1KATMKNT will i)sitik 'y irr yi. ! shw how thousands ha ve been sa el ly o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

yf vV v X . V tu .Sit KING DON: A STORY Of MILITARY LIFE IN INDIA. BY mWOr VAVWVVXWWVWWVWVVWWVVVWVVQ V xv xv xV xv V x xv xV xV xV -tx x ax x juk xx Xjx CHAPTER X. (Continued.) That night she would not consent to forsake his couch. A new strength the strength of despair had come to her, and the doctor and nurse alike marveled at the courage and promptitude with which she assumed the duties of her position when the sleepless night was over at last aad the good ship steamed slowly into Southampton docks. There she indited telegrams, arranged for Don's removal to the little steamer for the Isle of Wight, and gave orders anent their luggage, all with a fortitude and forethought that had never been called upon till now. The sympathy of the whole ship went with her, for the calamity which had befallen her and her great endurance beneath it had won her golden opinions from all. The captain stepped forward and grasped the little hand she proffered In silent gratitude for his condolence when...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

AMERICA We Are Leading the Great Nations the Earth. Part Letter. As we sat in the American pavilion wondering haw soon they would get the smoking room carpet dowD the plaintive high notes of an American business man in expostulation came wafted on the religious filence cf the white-walled rotunda. -And you caJl this an American postoffice?" he was saying. "Then why can't I buy a money order?" L. P. Moore, of Philadelphia, the rympathetic postmaster In charge, explained gently that it was really an American branch postofUce, the first and only one ever established abroad, fcut that not being set down as such In the books, the postmasters of the United States would have no authority to draw money orders on it. As for Issuing money orders, such a onetsided act would have its difficulties also; but he could rent him a lockbox. One side of the rotunda of the American pavilion is taken up by this coquettish little American postofüce. Its lock-boxes have a emart, American look. Renting at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 15 June 1900

Cf?e3nbepcnbent Friday, Jink 15, 1'JOO. Begins to l ok as if the end of the Boer war was discussed somewhat prematurely. With the passing days the attention of the country is more than ever turned to Benjamin F. Shively as the next democratic vice-president. Elkhart Truth. When a Chinaman gets real downright mad at a brother celestial he goes off and commits suicide, first having told his friends why. That puts a lasting disgrace on the other fellow. Abrain Fischer, one of the Boer envoys to this country, laid an elaborate wreath, Sunday, on Lincoln's tomb, saying it was a blessing to be permitted to come to one of the world's shrines of liberty. He said Lincoln no longer belongs to America alone, but to all humanity as the greatest exponent of true liberty that ever lived. It is not at all surprising that the lawless element in Kentucky, the fellows who encouraged Taylor and are indirectly responsible for the death of Goebel, are pleased with the action of Gov. Mount. In order to m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

i Jjtonnty Library shall Couo men Vol. G. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1900. No. 28. M ty eoepeir r. 25TH COM )I EXi ?EM EXT NINETEEN YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL. Large AiiUiem-e Kooln FilltMl t Overflow -Injj Klbef Orehestrs of isouth lSeml Furnished the Mush Honor of Clas Go to MU I.ronore, Ie"ds-.s. N. Stevern, President or tit School Hoard, l'rt .fiited Diploma. The 20th annual commencement exercise of the Plymouth high school occurred at the Washington building Tuesday night. The room was crowded to its utmost capacity with fritnds of the young men and women. Elbel's orchestra.of South Rend, furnished the instrumental music and it was most excellent. The high school contributed some anthemi and choruses. The alumni were seated upon the rostrum, as were the members of the school board, ex-iuembers and the common council. The class of KKX). nineteen in number, took their places in the center as the orchestra played a grand march. Earle M....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

J THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, C. W. METSKEU. Pub. anil Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA. m. Items of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Reeord of Happening of Mach or I.lttU linHirl:iiui' from .Vit Part of the Civilized World rricc of l'uriu 1'rotluct In Western Market. Congressman Bartholdt said Kaiser pave him to understand he would visit the St. Louis exposition if possible. Report that 0.000 Indians are starving on Gila reservation in Arizona because of failure of crops. Strikers beat several i. Louis women for lining on street ears. One car blown up. W. A. Clark will head Montana delegation to I'emoeratie National convention. Operation restored speech and hearing to lS-year-old New York girl. Archbishop Ireland arrived in New York on his way to Eure p.e. Governor General Wood will appoint special commission to investigate charges of malfeasanee or otlieial extravagance. German manufacurers fearing American competition, asked government to apply differential ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

TALMAGE'S SERMON. ANXIETY AND WORR1MENT LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. 7b Conduct of the Disciples Commended The Board of Invitation Power of Temptation Utarers of the Cross of Persecution. (Copyright. 10GO, by Louis Klopseh.) The text is Matthew xiv., 12, "And als disciples went and told Jesus." An outrageous assassination had just taken place. To appease a revengeful woman King Herod ordered the death of that noble, self-sacrificing prophet, John the Baptist. The group of the disciples were thrown into grief and dismay. They felt themselves utterly defenseless. There was no authority to which they could appeal, and yet grief must always find expression. If there be no human ear to hear it, then the agonized soul will cry it aloud to the winds and the woods and the waters. But there was an ear that was willing to listen. There is a tender pathos and at the same time a most admirable picture in the words of my text, "They went and told Jesus." He could understand all their grief, and he imm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

Cl?eI3nepenbent CLAV AV. METSKEIt, K DITO II AND PROPIUETOIl. SUBSCRIPTION rillCE. üua Year, Six Months, Three Months, cash. Per Copy, SI. 50 .75 .50 .03 Kutered at the post oftlce at IMyniouth. Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, June 22. VJ00. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor JOHN W KKKN For Lieutenant ;ove uor...loiIN C. LaWI.KK For Secretary of State. AI AM HKIMBKKCKU For Auditor JOHN W. MINOl. For Treasurer IKKOMK HI'HFF For Attorney General. .('11 AS. I IHH'MMONH For Supreme Court Reporter.. 11. G YKIU.IN For So h ool Su pt . . . . CI I A K I. KS ( i K KATIIOl' S E For Chief Bureau of StatUties. KPW HOlU FF For Supreme Court .ludye First District.. .CKOKCK L. llFINHAUDT Fourth District I. W. ADAIR DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, CLAY W.MKTSKEK. For 1 reasurer, WILLIAM O'KKKFK. . For Sheriff. CLIN T( )N l'.OM) U K A NT. For Recorder. L. 1IAKLKY. For Surveyor. ;IIARKY K. (iKl'I'.K. For Assessor, WILLIAM T. LF.ONAKD. For Coroner, JAM KS II. KIZKK. Fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

(W ff 'S) ; 4 Mutt Why noi everybody play Crouuet, when you can get a set for ONLY 75c AT THE People's Drug store. .(El?e3nöepen&en.t Friday, Ji nk 22. WOO. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Dally. (i. Scbaal is reported on the eick list. Rose Long was granted a divorce today. C. Gordon Cox left on the 7:35 train last evening for t. L' uis. A boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Westley Kepler last evening. C. L. Nehrens, who has been visiting Oscar 1'orter, went to Walkerton today. A marriage license was issued to Nelson Disher and Miss Laura E. Iliggins. Kewanna defeated the Hochester Rackets by a score of 15 to 2 last Tuesday. Just received at Dial's a line line of adie' and misses' re3dy to wear stn-et hats. wtf Mrs. (Jhas. FoRle left thia morning for Iowa where she will visit her mother. Dr. F. Hamilton Weir, who attended the Garnett-Ayers wedding returned to Laporte last evening. A fine phowing of ladies and misse' ready to wear street hats at Dial's. It will pay you to s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

1 HAS A FAMOUS MAUSTONE. A Chicago telejram s.iys: There arrived in Chicago today, in the vestpocket of an ex-soldier of the Spanish-American war. an insignificant little porous stone, with which the owner declares war against hydrophobia. This "little jewel" came to Alderman George Newman of Kankakee when he was with Col. Henniit's Third Illinois regiment fighting: on the coast of Porto Rico, near Guanica. The Porto Ilicans didn't want it because they couldn't eat it. Newman stubbed f yr heritage of the sea K'i j-'JI while bathing, and V r" of his blouse. He THE NEWMAN ha1 promised to STONE. take home some stones and scashells. and he says if it hadn't been for the injury to his toe he never would have been reminded of his promise. Tims he came by the queer little spongy stone a! out the size of a hen's egg. When he received a fresh wound he applied the stone and it worked like magic. Then he says he began to rank? inquiries and ascertained t h::t the little stone he got mad at and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

V V V "V A, 4. ff X, xx GUILTY 55 INNOCENT? v. n, V t CHAPTER I. Mrs. Saville of tbe Court is not a pleasant woman. People are generally rather afraid of her, and, like many unpleasant people, she usually gets her own way. Her present idea is to marry her only son, Sebastian, to her niece, Barbara Saville, an arrangement perfectly agreeable to every one except Barbara herself Barbara, with her rare, witching Irish beauty, the beauty of a fair skin and blue eyes, with very dark lashes and dark hair, a face at once charming and provoking. But Barbara's sweet-cut mouth is a little bit too firm for her aunt, and Sebastian has felt his cold blood grow warm beneath the disdainful smile of his cousin. Sebastian Is not a pleasant looking man tall and dark, with a heavy, cynical face and eyes that look cruel. In the whole of Leinster there is not such a pretty girl as Barbara Saville. She lives at the Court with her aunt, and has done so for several years. Latterly Mrs. Saville has put on th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 June 1900

- . d um (D?e3nbepenbent Fkiday, Junk 22, 1900. 'LAIN TALK TO IIA DU AT KS. The PI v mouth high school graduated nineteen young men and women this year. They are bright young people and the prospects of success for each one of them are tlattering. They have been diligent and faithful in the class rcom, but they must know sooner or later that success in life is not always measured bv the grades received during their school days. While it is a fact that the hard-working student has frequently come to the front in after life, it must be remembered that in each and every instance he is something more than a bookworm he is a symmetrically developed man, a man who has been a close student of human nature and the affairs of his environment as well. It is often a matter of wonder that the mediocre students prove to be the best successes in after life. The truth is that those who are considered mediocre students ;re not mediocre students at all. If judged by grades received in the class room...

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