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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 11 August 1899

turnt. ras1 ran1 eke! i !..; i&S&r J . r--- r e .11 Wort " I 1 12 8 41 6 26 . 244 9 30 720 1','i. yrMS " 4 5H1 19 9 52. I rcHlIlii,- s,r. 5 25 11 4 5 : 0 CO x (EI?e3nbepenbent Friday, Ai (ii vr U, ibW. MARKET JiEPOliT. Butter ekp lr Chickens ,, Lard ßl Potatoes 3c Flour per cwt 2--0 Corn meal 1W Hogs per hd 3.U0 to 3.10 Cattle '-" Wheat Rye 42 Corn 27 to ) Oats.. 2 Clover seed 3.00to 3.w(: Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 1.00 Timothy hay per ton 7.00 to h.00 Clover hay per ton ß.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00to4.00 Straw per load 2 00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BUKYITIKS. Tom TuMday' Daily. Miss Dell Oglesbee is reported quite ill with a felon. K. K. Urooke has been quite ill for the past few days. W. A. (iuyer drew the cushion which was rallied off by .Josie Keefe. Dr. A. C. HoltzendorlT reports b boy at the home of .lohn II. Cox, at Harris Station. Prof. G. Schuster, of Michigan City, is the guest of Hev. Weiss and family of this city. Mrs. Albert Harmon, ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

r- -,'T.T.,' 0$ 1 Gome PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. Vol. 5. No. 30. Marshal ty PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYTIOUTH. INDIANA. Office over 1' ill & Carabin's store. DR. N. S. LINDQUIST. Physician and Surgeon. Office iu Model building. Tel. V.o. Mglit calls rei)'.uilel to. A. C. HOLTZENDOKFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corm r Michigan and Jetlerson streets. Mglit calls answered. John S. Bender, Attorney-at-Law. NOTAKY l'Ulll.K'. Sjeci:il atteiiti n iveu toCJiiveyam'IatJ.Uuietiu Titles, and I'robate business, otlice over Shoemakers restaurant. Plymouth. lud. R. B. OGLESBEE, Attorney-at-Law, PLYMOUTH. IND. Kuhn Hullding. l'hone 146. & m) Tiii H. G. PATTON, Opt. G., First Door South of 1'ostottice, Koom 4. Ofiice open every afternoon except Monday. A Home in the Sunny Southwest Missouri-S We can furnish you 10 acres of fine farm land for only Fifty FlVK DOLLARS. Finest Country for Fruit, Grain, Hogs, ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

THE WEEKLY IHDEPEIIDEHT. C. W. METSKEE, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. II U News of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happenings of Much or I,tttle Importance from All Tart or the ivilizcd World I'rUe of farm Pro duce in Western Markets. Scdalia, Mo. Paul B.-own, colored, the oldest man in Missouri, and proba bly the oldest man west of the Mis sissippi, died at his home in Lindsay, town north of Georgetown, aged 103 ears. Detroit, Mich. C. H. Pickering, 25 years of age, residing in Delray, was drowned in Square lake, near Pontiac. Pickering was a member of the Detroit naval reserves and served on the Yo-t-eraite during the late war. London The French schooner Pauo bcto was sunk in collision off Lowestoft hy the steamer Hercules, and five per sons were drowned. The steamer res cued the remainder of the crew. Toledo, Ohio George Laskey. an Ohio pioneer, and the founder of the Ohio drainage system, is dead. He was 7." years old. Baltimore, Md....

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

TALMAGES SERMON. 'CHRISTIANITY AS A DELU SION" THE SUBJECT. From the Text. Katelc., zxl, 21, as rollovrs: "He Made III Arrow Itright, lie CooHulted with Images, He Looked in the LiTer." (Copyright by L.ouis Klopsch.) Two modes of divination by which the king of Babylon proposed to find out the will of God: He took a bundle of arrows, put them together, mixed them together, then pulled forth one, and by the inscription on it decided "what city he should first assault. Then fcn animal was slain, and by the light er or darker color of the liver, the brighter or darker prospect of success was inferred. That is the meaning of the text, "He made his arrows bright, he consulted with images, he looked in the liver." Stupid delusion! And yet all the ages have been filled with de lusionc?. It seems as if the world loves to -be hoodwinked, the delusion of the text only a specimen of the vast number of deceits practiced upon the human race. In the latter part of the last century Johanna Southco...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

Railroad Engineer Testifies to Benefits Received From Dr. Miles' Remedies. V-J V TTHERE is no more responsible position II on earth than that of :i railroad enpin eer. On his steady nerve, clear bruiu brisht eye ami ijerf.-'t 0"im:::niti, de pend the safety of the train ami the lives of its nassenirers. Ir. Miles' rservine an other remedies r.re e?p(.vi:.Uy nü.'.nU'd to keeping the nerves steady, the brain clear snd the r enial faculties unimp-iired. Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 1323 Broadway, Council Bluffs, but now residing at 3411 Humboldt .St.. I zn er, writes that he "suffered for years from constipation, caus ing sick, nervous and bilious headaches and was fully restored to health by Dr. Miles' Nerve & Liver Tills. I heartily recommend Dr. Miles' Remedies." f TrT7-?rr " Dr. Miles' Remedies LsV ty are soiu uv uii mu-.-sv UUUCi a iva.-ia.'v arr guarantee, first bottle feRemGuIGS benefits or money re-fe pe-trft s funded. Book on dis-. . eases of the heart andjfy "ea,t , ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

mmm?mmmmmmmmmmmm Wire! If you want any FENCE WIRE you can always find a complete stock at the lowest prices at BUCK CASH HARDWARE. f?e3nöepenbent FliiUAY, AunusT 1, lSWI. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FVlday Dallv. Dr. A.C. Holtzemlo'-lT report, a girl at the home of Klnitr Seltenright, Harris station. Misses (lortr'ie Peterson and Maud McKlvy have returned from a two week' ouving at lias9 lake. Misses Grace and Del! Sherman are in the city, visitinp their father, Na poleon Sherman, and others. Albert Hops has returned to h's home in Logansport. He spent the summer working on the Simons farm. Mrs. James (lilmore, sr , is again at home. She has been visiting in Hoch-' ester, X. Y., for the past two weeks. Mrs. Eric F.rickson returned to South Bend today noon, after visiting Peter Olson, in the country, near Donaldson. Geo. Doan and wife have arrived from Chicago and are visiting the lat ter's parents, Chas Force and wife, of this city. Mre. Harry Levi and daughter, Mrs. Van Cleave, who have ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

L l ilAI i lAi IV. (Continue 1.) Slip pau-ed. ar.d a bright Hush cov ered her fair face. "As far as 1 ean t-ahuUte. I must bo twenty years uA. " she said; "I have decided that it is v.v.u to art. My lifo is all lefore me. Am I to lot it bo spoiled by ;!iis drea.lful bond? I will Iuiil the real uro. ca'lir.s himself a man. who was uuüty of such unheard of cruelly a- tu marry a girl a ni're child and I a !y uY.-crt her! If nec essary. I will -i cril years in search of him!" 1k was silent for a few mo ments tears wer? on her long eye lashes, her fare was s-v.rh t with emo tion. "Will vi ! cip me.'" she asked then, with bowitchin sweetness. Air. Martineau locked down at her they had ;rth ri-en. "What :"a:e vouI you consider had enough for il:- i!e';rr.iue-nt if we find him?" be ;-!. !. "Ah. I should not rare ?o ranch what became of him. provided I could but be free!" -it:!;. .! .Marguerite. "I would -ive a i;reat deal to be ah! tr ?ct yc:: in v." he saiil. with a ong; breath. "It yo:: v...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

I The nattlrfield Roat. The veterans of '61 and '65 and their friends who are going to attend the thirty-third G. A. It. annual en campment at Philadelphia in Septem ber could not select a better nor more historic route than the Big Four and Chesapeake &. Ohio, with splendid service from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis on the Dig Four, all connecting at Indianapolis or Cincinnati, and thence over the picturesque Chesa peake & Ohio, along the Oaio river to Huntington, V. Va.; thence through the foothills of the Alleghanies over the uiountains, through the famous springs region of Virginia to Staunton. Va., between which point and Wash ington are many of the most promi nent battlefields Waynesboro, Gor rionsville, Cedar Mountain, Rappa hannock. Kettle Run, Manassas, Bull Run. Fairfax and a score of others nearly as prominent. Washington is next, and thence via the Pennsylvania Line diect to Philadelphia. There will be three rates in effect for this business first, continuous pas...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 18 August 1899

(Ll?e3nbepenbent Friday, August 18, When newspaper reporters are around, Senator IJevendge is ;in tiht as a clam at low title. The only information given out by him since his return is that he is well. While the Axerican newspapers are roasting William V. Astor for giving up his American citizenship to become an English subject, the Prince of Wales has made friends in America by his reported snubbing of Astor who was continual' boring the prince by his snobbish attention. All eastern newspaper-, in dis cussing the boycott situation in Cleveland say very truthfully that "the people of the city of Cleve land are on trial at the har of their own self-respect." For a little while it looked as if the case might go against them by default, but they rallied and are coming out all right. France is atllicted with a yeüow press epidemic. The most of her troubles that have resulted in so much turmoil and even tragedy is due largely to the sensational works of newspapers of Paris. If the French...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

L - . . . . .. """" M m '"Oat ''Kb arshall Cohj PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY. INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1899. Vol. No. 37. o. ty tadcpcsidcsi to PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYTtOUTH, INDIANA. Offce over Hill &. t'arabin's store. DR. N. S. LINDQUIST, Physician and Surgeon. Ollice in Model biiiMiii. Tel. .Nilit responded to. A. C. HOLTZENDOKFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Cormr .Mt-liii::tu itn.: Jetlerson streets. Nig lit calls answered. John S. Bender, Attorney-at-Law. NOTAKV PIBI.1'. SpiH-iiil attention iveti toVoiieanciu:i. tjuielin- Titles, and Probate business, onu-eover Shoemaker's restaurant. Plymouth, lud. R. B. OGLESBEE. Attorney-at-Law, PLYMOUTH. I NO- Kulm Building. flume i f TESTED V --1-' FREE. M. Q. PATTON, Opt. G., First Door South of I'ostoflke, Koom 4. Ortiee open every afternoon except Monday. A Home in the Sunny Southwest Missouri We can furnish you 100 acres of line farm land for only Fikty- FlVK DoLLAKS. Finest Co...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

THE WEEKLY MDEPEHDEHT. C. YT. METSKEß, Pub. anAProp. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. News of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Iterord of Happening of Much or Little Importance from All Farts of the Uilied World-I'ricM of Farm Pro duce in Western Markets. Philadelphia. Pa. While driving with his family through Holmesburg, a suburb. Frank Radcliffe was iccidental ly killed by a bullet fired by Taul Spiel, who was practicing. Schenevus. X. Y. Edward r. Rich was shot and killed by William J. 3 laugh, his brother-in-law. at Pauls boro. while visiting his sister, Haugh's wife. Detroit. Mich. The twelfth conven tion of the Bohemian Slavonical Bene fit association was held. There are about 11.000 members of the associa tion in the United States, representing 1S3 lodges. Norfolk. Va. The four-masted schooner Augustus Palmer. Capt. Has kell, from Newport News to Bangor, Maine, went ashore and sank in our fathoms near Thimble light. Her crew was saved. Syracuse. X. Y. A serio...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

TALUAGFS -SERMON. THE STRIKE EPIDEMIC LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. 'The Eye Cannot Say Unto the Hand: I Have St Nfrd f Thee" From the First Itoult of Corinthians, Chapter 12: Verse 21. Fifty thousand workmen in Chicago ceasing work in one day; Brooklyn stunned by the attempt to halt its rail road tars; Cleveland in the throes of a labor agitation, and restlessness among toilers all over the land have caused an epidemic of strikes, and somewhat to better things, I apply the Pauline thought of my text. You have seen an elaborate piece of machinery, with a thousand wheels and a thousand bands and a thousand pulley all controlled by one great , water wheel, the machinery so adjusted that when you jar one part of it you jar all parts of it. Well, human so ciety is a great piece of mechanism controlled by one great and ever-revolving force the wheel of God's providence. You harm one part of the machinery cf society and you harm all parts. All professions interdependent. All trades interdependen...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

H i Chronic Dyspepsia Cured. ÄFTERMifTtrin? f-T ncrtrl;.' thirty year from dyspep-ia, Mr?. H. E. I)a?dale: wife of a prominent business inan c' Warsaw, N. Y., writes: "l or Cs years, I wa, a constant rr.iTerrr fiv-m C-:v,"x'.?. nnd a. weak stomach. The liiitt si iid produced distress, causing severe pain and the forma tion of pas. Noriattor h .-:. careful of n j diet I suffered amizin;; pain after eating. I was treated by many physicians and tried numerous remedies without pei n-jnt help. Two years apo I be?aa taking Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver PHI.- r :d N'vine. Within aweek I commju .t-.i h.-.prcving, and per sisting in the trea'Ment I was soon ablo to eat what I liked, .vith no evil effects I keep them at hand an i a incle do dispels any old symptoms." Dr. Miles' Remedies gjfcj Dr resold by all dru-.-pV p,.j, guarantee, first bottle .ItiOrVinC benefits or monev re- rjV noctnro funded. Book er: dis- ( -f f-:, eases of the heart and nerves free. Addrt-s. C:r54ft:l- DR. MILES M EDI U...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

mmmmmmmmmmmmnmmk2 i Wire! If you want any FENCE WIRE you can always find a complete stock at the lowest prices at BUCK CASH HARDWARE. Eg (Ef?e3nbepenbent Friday, August 2r, 1SW. LOCAL BREVITIES. From ildav'e Dallv. The Voodmn have changed their meeting night to Thursday. W. K. Peterson has cleaned 140 or gans in Marshall county since lact Jan uary Three children in the family of Stephen JJaglt-y are down wih whoop ing cough. Judge Hess and family and thellum ricnouser family held a picnic at Uig lake yesterday. (lenevra Klliott is again able to be around She has been quite ill recently with malarial fever. Tom Twomey has gone to Dunkirk where he will take charge of a tele graph otlice temporarily. I). Frank Redd has returned from a summer's ' outing in several of the Northern Michigan towns. Sydney Becker has secured a good position in the otlice of the Dunburger Shirt compauy, of Chicago. Aaron Kockhill and wife, of Etna Green are in this city, the guests of their son Flint and the...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

J CHAPTER VI. Frcra the drawing room as they as cended the stairs came a pleasant clat ter of teacups, and when ihey entered they found the family assembled. Mary was pouring out tea; Dr. Stell ing, wonderful to relate, had found time to join the cosy circle; Mrs. Stelling sat with her usual pile of clothing for the poor beside her. There was a cheerful little family chorus. "Oh, here you arer-,'Ve:i?" "Well? What have you done, Madge?" "A flip of tea first, in m'rcy!" cried Marguerite, sinking on to the hearth rug and tossing aside her hat. Five o'clock tea is the time for chat ting. All Marguerite's adventures were related, with comments and annota tions from Jsornard. "And so Mr. Martineau will let me know when he finds thr will." she con cluded. "And now I must tell you the bright suggestion which Bruno has just made. One does occasionally get Hashes tf inspiration, even from a great bear." "Do you want a flash of hot tea on jour nose?" demanded Bernard, who was towering above h...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

Is your trcath bad? Then your best friends turn their heads aside. A bad breath means a bad liver. Ayer's Pills are liver pills. They cure constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sick headache. 25c. All druggists. Want your moustaer-e r beard a beautiful hrnrrn -r rieb li'.irk ? The ; BUCKINGHAM'S DYE M?,, PICTURED HORSES UP TO DATE Artist Conception of the Noble Steed Not Always Natural. The artist's horse of today ia an al together different creature from the artisi's horse of a century ago. In years gone by his reck was arched, his rump well rounded and his whole bear ing pompous and melodramatic. Fre quently in the good old days he raised one foreleg like a setter dog or reared on both hind legs after the fashion of a grizzly bear. But tilings have changed now, and the pictorial, or marble, steed has altered his quondam poses for brisker and more businesslike atti tudes. While the modern metamorpho sis may lack the heroic features which formerly characterized our good old friend, ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 25 August 1899

" Jfvr Mil V 1 n..v.,,,.i.- X .. (Ke3nbepcnbent! Friday, Auoi i 2". 1811. Manv ptop'e in this country will be sorry to learn th::t Kussel 1 I. Harrison, son of the ex-prtulent, is critically ill with yellow fever at Santiago de Cuba. All will uniu in the hope that he may recover. The mortgage exemption htvv is to be contested on the ground that it is unconstitutional. If it is right for a man to he exempt from pav ing taxes on a portion of the moit gage indebtedness upon his land, why is it that he is not exempt for the full amount of the indebtedness? Notning could be more pathetic than the appeal of the aged life pris oner at .Michigan City for a parole in order that he might get "just a few more days of sunshine" befoie he passed from earth. Xeatlv a century old, he had spent about 25 years behind dark prison walls i,i atonement for his crime of taking the life of another, lit feels that he has been sutliciently punislud and would like to look upon the free sunlight once more. Th...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

, Oonaty Library Jani 93 Mars Commnty edepeedeeto 7 Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1899. No. 38. PROFESSIONAL' CARDS. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYnOUTH. INDIANA. Offlce over 11 ill it t'arabiii's store. DR. II. S. UIIDQUIST, Physician and Surgeon. Ollu e III Model liiilliiiir. Tel. VS. Nightfalls responded to. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Conn r .MirhU'an and JelVerson streets. Nilit calls answered. John S. Bender, Attorney-at-Law. NOTAUY PIUM.IC. S.eial attention given i I'unveyauf Ing. ijuieting Titles. and 1 robate lsiurss. ofliceover Slwemaker's restaurant. to t)U Plvut uth. In! R. B. OGLESBEE. Attorney-at-Law, PLYMOUTH. INI). Kuhu Building, Fhoue 1-W. - TESTED FREE. H. G. PATTON, Opt. G., First Door South of I'ostoflice, Kooin 4. Ottice ojeu every afternoon except Monday. MONEY AT SIX! 6 O TODAY IT COSTS TOO MOT-MNC O to CALL ox WRITE JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. ATTENTION, FARMERS! You who have h...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

J THE WEEKLY I11DEPEI1DEI1T. CL W. METSKEE, Pub. and Prep. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA NOR EVENTS OF IHf WEEK. i! News of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of IlapiHMiinff of Much or Little Importance from All Part of the ivilized World Frlees of Farm Pro line In Western Market. . Evansville, Ind. George W. Newett, ex-chief of polite of this city and one of the best known democratic poli ticians in southern Indiana, died, aged 51 years. Dec fr n, Texas Judge Isaac Lind ley die;! Ia.i night, aged 91 years. He was intimate friend of Abraham Lin coln, and had been a member of the Illinois legislature for several terms. He- was bcrn in Illinois. Cincinnati Dr. Max Thorner, a "widely known ear and "nose specialist, dropped doad suddenly at his Lome in Avondale of heart disease. Lexington, 111. Fire destroyed the home company's telephone exchange and I lineman's bicycle establishment. Loss cn 1 icycie sto k and telephone apparatus. $l.."i0; building, $.000. Armo...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 September 1899

TAIMAGFS SERMON. -41 HEALTH RESORTS." THE SUB JECT LAST SUNDAY. A Pool That Is Called la the Hebrew Tongue Ilethesda, llarlng Fire Porch es, Where Lay a Great Multitude of Impotent Folk." John v., 2, 3. Outside the city of Jerusalem there was a sanative watering-place, the pop ular resort for invalids. To this day there is a dry basin of rock which shows that there may have been a pool there three hundred and sixty feet long, one hundred and thirty feet wide, and seventy-five feet deep. This pool was surrounded by five piazzas, or porches, or bathing houses, where the patients tarried until the time when they were to step into the water. So far as reinvigoration was concerned, it must have been a Saratoga and a Long Branch on a small scale; a Leaming ton and a Brighton combined medical and therapeutic. Tradition ears that at a certain season of the year there was an officer of the government who would go down to that water and pour in it some healing quality, and after that the peop...

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