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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

$00 Co Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AJ'KIL 22, 1898. No. 19. $ vi it f t , f c f f i g f . r , r- , , , i , , , , , , , , , t i r We have a large line on hand to select from and also sample books of the largest mTg in the country. Prices as low as any one. Come and see before buying. Wm. KENDALL. Ball&Carabinf HouseCleaning Time is Here and with it comes the purchase of new Carpets, new Mattings, new Shades, new Lace Curtains, new Portieres. If you are looking for anything in these lines, do not fail to visit this department in our basement. Our lines in these articles are replete in every respect, and our prices are absolutely the lowest. We cannot say too much regarding our Carpets, Shades and Lace Curtains. These lines in particular are par-excellent the greatest care having been exercised in the selection of patterns and designs. Everything here is new and up-to-date; fresh Spring goods for 1898 purchasers; the choic...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

SOCIETY HUT. MASONIC. PLYMOUTH K I L W I X I N G LODGE, Xo, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday evenings of each month. Daniel McDonald, W. M. Tohn Corberly, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 49, R. A. M.; meets second Friday evening of each month. L. Southworth H. P. J. C.Jilsor, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAXD'RY, X026K. T.; meets secondhand fourth Thursday of each month D McDonald E, C; L.TannerKec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, Xo 26, O. E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs Mary L. Thayer W. M.Mrs. G. Aspinall. Sec ODD FELLOWS. AMERICÜS LOD.GE, No. 91; meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. Ed Campbell X. G. Chas. Shearer Sec KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPERION LODGE, Xo. 117 meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. Lou Allman C. C. Chas. S. Price 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. Elmer Werntz C. R. Daniel Cramer Sec. HYPERION TEMPLE RATHBOX E SISTERS, meets first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

NEWS OF I N Dl ANA. MINOR HAPPENINGS DURING THE PAST WEEK. IlllllBlil at MiirtinovilW- The City BBaweBMl nmmmi I mlt r Jlonil lias Flgurt-d in Number of I ,se shoitlnf A nVa v : t Miirbull IN!lt leal Datagfe The Mar-t2ial I ndrr Homls. Mortinsvilie James Singleton, town marshal, has been placed under bends fur assar.lt ami battery, and also in peac surety proceedings. N. A. Whittaker is complainant in both cases. During the past two years Mr. Singleton has been defendant in a number of cases, both c ivil and criminal. These ranged from damage suits to charges against his official conduct before the city council, and from attempted blackmail to assault and battery. Recently there was a suit brought for $3eo damages, growing out of the service of a process. Mr. Wliittaker was attorney against Singleton in several of rhese cases. Last evening Mr. Whittaker was approached from the rear by Marshal Singleton, who told him that he had 'lawed" him through thirty-five cases in court, and as ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

t (Ef?el3nbepenbcnt CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCBiPTION PRICE. One Tear. - 1150 Six Months. Ji Three Months, cash, -60 Per Copy. .0 otered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second cl&ti. Friday, April 22, 1898. ' Democratic City Ticket. MAYOR. Long Term P. O. Jones. Short Term Jerry Blain. FOR CITY TREASURER. John N. Wilson. FOR CITY CLERK. Prosper Ball. FOR MARSHAL. Thomas F. Chaney. COUNCILMKN First Ward Dr. Reynolds. Second Ward Geo. Vinall. Third Ward Wm. Suit. Announcements. COUNTY offices. I OK CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. Edwin H. Cokbix will be a candidate for the nomination of Clerk of the Marshall County Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention, May 28th. Frank Blooke is a candidate for the nomination for the office of Clerk of the Marshall Circuit Court subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. Ely 15. Milner, of North Township will be a candidate for the nomination as Cler...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

TRADE AT CASH HARDWARE. The Lowest Prices and the Best Goods in the County. I?c3nbcpcnbcnf Friday, April 22. 18)6. MARKET REPORT. Butter 14c Kggs Ita Chickens C to Lard Potatoes We 68 Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal 1.00 Hogs per hd 44)0 Cattle 4.2B Wheat 85c Hye Me Corn 25c Oats lHc Clover seed 3.t0 Timothy seed 3.00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 5.00 to 7.00 Cloeer hay per ton ti.OU Marsh hay per ton 4.00 to 5.00 Straw per load 2 0C Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Frtda.y'9 IallT. Shipments from the Novelty works are quite heavy. This is house cleaning time. Have you had a reminder P Yellow river is now down to its normal state, and fishing is good. P. II. Stout caught a pike this morn ing weighing live and one-half pounds. The city Democrats nominated Jerry Blain last night for the short term for mayor. Several residences in Plymouth are being improved in the way of additions, painting, etc. The Center township Sunday school convention...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTHERS. "We are assorting in the courts our rlsrht to the Occlusive use of the word "CASTOKIA. and "PITCHER'S CASTOKIA. as our Trade Mark. I, Dr. Samu"l Pitcher, of Hyannis. MamatLusetts. was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTOKIA." the same that has borne and does eow bear tne fac-simile signature of ("HAS. H. FLETCHER en every wrapper. This is the criminal PITCH ER S CASTOKIA" which has been used in the homes of .he mothers of America for over thirty years. Look carefully at the wrarper and see that it is " the kind you have always bought." and has the signature of CHAS. H. FLETCHER OB ?he Wrapper. No one has authority from me to DM my name except The C -ntaur Company, of which Chas IL fltttlf is President. March t, 1807. SAMUEL PITCHER, at IX Hobsmi w lial Milüed. ' You say that I am the first man you have kissed!" he exclaimed rapturously. "This week." she added in an explanatory tone. "You must remember that this is not the first time we have had good sleighin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

CONGRESSIONAL RECORD. Condensed Report of the Doings in Senate and House. HOUSE VOTES FOR ACTION. Radical JUsolut lous a to Cuba Adopted President Authorized to Oeclare and Maintain the Independence of the Iftluud Vote I SM to 19. Wednesday. April 13. The house puatd resolutions declaring for the independence of Cuba and authorizing the president to use the naval and military forces of the United States to attain this end. The vote on the adoption of the resolutions was S22 to 19. The .-enaie received the report of the committee on foreign relations, but. did not act on the resolutions. Two reports were made by the committee. The minority report differed from the other only in Its demand for the recognition of the Cuban republic. Thursday, April 14. The session of the house was dull and absolutely devoid of interest. The galleries and the floor were almost deserted. For more than six hours the senate had the resolution as to Cuba proposed by the committee on foreign relations under ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 22 April 1898

L KAI BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dali. The city electioo occurs two weeks from today. See Buck, if yon need a buggy. Fishing down on I'retty Lake was never better, so it is said. A Inited States otlicer was in the city yesterday, on some secret mission. Miss Ada Anderson has been quite sick at ber hanie for the past few days. One of the new county maps has been on exhibition in the post oftic all day. The butcher shop of Mclntyre and Andrews, was closed today for invoice. Discussions on the election law can be heard almost any hour in the day at this time. There are more lady bicycle riders in Plymouth for the size of like population in the state. (iarro street residents would like to see the lilain bridge repaired and opened for tratiic. II. G. Thayer has one of the finest oftices in Plymouth. The decorators kLew their buiness. It doesn't look as though the Democrats are going to have any short term candidate for mayor for the city of Plymouth. (i. 6. Love has sold his property on L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

Independent Comity library T5 Vul. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1898. No. 2o. Aim iAni anno PHWRLOUN We have a large line on hand to select from and also sample books of the largest mTg in the country. Prices as low as any one. Conic and see before baying. Wm. KENDALL. iSall&Carabin f $ HouseCleaning Time is Here and with it conies the purchase of new Carpets, new Mattings, new Shades, new Lace Curtains, new Portieres. If you are looking for anything in these lines, do not fail to visit this department in our basement. Our lines in these articles are replete in every respect, and our prices arc absolutely the lowest. We cannot say too much regarding our Carpets, Shades and Lace Curtains. These lines in particular arc par-excellent the greatest care having been exercised in the selection of patterns and designs. Everything here is new and up-to-date; fresh Spring goods for 1898 purchasers; the choicest designs in all qualities. Carpets range in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

to!d.to do. no one in Washington has the slightest fear. PRECEDENTS I TON BLOCKADES. ,7 a STORY Or TH1 R WAR Revised and Condensed Into Reliable Form, For Our Readers, Thursday, April ZL the God of Na ions end is a simpler world will have it and the ca::e of a new star in the As oar heroes on the front, bearing War iflßtially It eg ins. War between the I'nited States and i .. offii ially beffsn When it will end only knows. Mow it will jn-sticn. The whole learned a lesson from freedom wJl point to f.rmarnent of liberty. Iani and sea pour to aloft the glorious flag, yet unsullied by defeat from a foreign foe ami still unstained by the avarice of "Commercial interests." they w.'ll he bit owed with the fSSafCIl of nearly all the American people. Spain Takes Initiative. The first official act of war was committed by Spain. Minister Woodford at Madrid was. without his own request, given his passports and told to g-t off Spanish soil. This, of course, was tantamount to a declaration of war...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

An Editor Sayo. The editor of the Riverton. Ia.. Independent write: "1 am indeed p! eased to say that your medicines are tue lt-t 1 have ever tried for stomach troubles one i of the most horrible diea-e Bosk is heir I to. I had been afflicted with the trouble j for four yenr or more in Ml aggravated tana, and during the last two years, notWitkataadiag 1 had treatment from noted pkraiciaa from different localities, 1 kept getting WOIM and wont, until life became almost unendurable and in reality a tortare. Luckily, I was induced to try Dr. J Kav s Renovator. After osinc a half , dozen packages, I am actually feeling like a new person. I believe suffering humanity can be benefitted thereby. I willingly Matter the good tidings. Again. I say. I believe vour remedies for "stomach troubles' are the best ever put on the market." "Stomach Trouble' can be cured by Dr, Kav'- Renovator when all other remedies fail. (1 renovates and removes the cause and Um lisease is cured. As a Spring Medicin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

Ef?e3nbepenbent CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK. One Yea.-. Six Months, .75 Three Months, cash, . ,B0 Per Copy, M ntered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, April 29 1898. Democratic City Ticket. MAYOR. P. 0. Jones. FOR CITY TREASURER. John N. Wilson. FOR CITY CLERK. Prosper Ball. KR MARSHAL. Thomas F. Chaney. COUXCILMEN First Ward Dr. Reynolds. Second Ward Geo. Vinall. Third Ward Wm. Suit. Announcements. COUNTY OFFICES. FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. Edwin EL Coras will be i candidate for the nomination of Clerk of the Marshall County Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention, May 28th. Frank Brooke is a candidate for the nomination for the office of Clerk of the Marshall Circuit Court subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. Ely B. Milner, of North Township will be a canüidate for the nomination as Clerk of the Marshall County Circuit Court, subject to the decisi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

TRADE AT Ef BUCK'S l CASH HARDWARE. The Lowest Prices and the Best fc: Goods in the County. fjc3n&cpcnfccnt FitiuAT, April 2, 188. LOCAL JUtEVITIES. From Friday's Eailv. Bremen is making aa effort for a new city hall. It was a vt ry sorry day for Spain when she blew up the Maine. The warm sunshine has brought out the trancient umbrella menders. Trustee Biggs of Bourbon township transacted business in Plymouth today. The governor has ordered the Mag unfurled from the state capitol until Cuba is free. Spain is going to defend her honor. Few people believe she has any such thing to defend. Washington Tuttle. who had the misfortune to break his arm yesterday, is getting along nicely. A big battle ship has on board an elictric light plan capable of lighting a town of 5.000 inhabitants. The war fever has been just about right in Plymouth today, to give the boys the proper enthusiasm. For sale or trade,- One solid comfort gang plow, one tornado feed cutter. Address, Victor Welc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

WIV I MASONIC. PLYMOUTH K I L W I N I N G LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday evenings of eacii month. Daniel McDonald, W. M. Tohn Corberly, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 49, R. A. M.; meets second Friday even ng of each month. L. Southwo-th H. P. J. C.Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAND'RY, No 26 K. T.; meets secondhand fourth Thursday of each month D McDonald E. C; L.TannerRec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 26, O. E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs Mary L. Thayer W. M.Mrs. G. Aspinall. Sec ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 91; meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. Ed Campbell N. G. Chas. Shearer Sec KNIGHTS OF PYTMIAS. HYPERION LODGE, No, 117 meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. Lou Allman C.C. Chas. S, Price K. of R. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, No. 499; meets the second and fourth Frid'iy evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Elmer VV ertitz C. R. Daniel Cramer Sec. HYPERION TEMPLE RATHBONE SISTERS, meets first and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

pwsnöVMau x" . jfx LIGHT INTERNATIONAL PflESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XXVII. .'Continued.) "Certainly not. dearest. Amelia will 'Dear Di k murmured Dorothy. I "Yes, he is perfection. He did hate so to go unci feeWC BO, but he had to gone had stich a gcod appointment offered him, he did not dare refuse it. Still, he ha Led to go and leave me. just now especially. What he would say if he knew about Barbara. I can't think. I don't think I would tell him. would you?" "Xot till all is over." answered Esther. MI( would only worry him for nothing. By-the-bye, what is he like?" "Oh," and Dorothy looked round for Dick's portrait. "Oh, here he is," holding it out to her cousin. Esther Bra: d took it and looked at it attentively for a long time, sipped her tea, and looked again and yet again. 'Well.'" -aid Dorothy, impatiently. "I like him." said Esther, "he looks good and true, and he is a handsome man, too a fine, honest-looking, manly man. Yes, I like him you're a iucky little girl, Dorothy." ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 29 April 1898

Cl?c3nbepenbent FniDAT, April 29, 1898. MARKET REPORT. Butter 14c Eggs 9c Chickens 5c to 6 Lard 6c Potatoes 65c o 68 Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal 1-00 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.25 Wheat 85c Rye 38c Corn 25c Oats 18c Clover seed 3.60 Timothy seed 3.00 Millit seed 100 Timothy hay per ton 5.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 Marsh hay per ton 4.00 to 5.00 Straw per load 2 00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. The two public fountains on Michigan street have been painted red. A number of Plymouthites attended the horse sale at Bremen today. The father of Supt. Marks is etill very low, with but little hopes of his recovery. Marriage license was granted today to Bruce Lynn Foxworthy and Miss Lillian A Harman. Edwin Mayer has purchased the Nussbaum property, consisting of residence, warehouse and barn. Spain has an earnest ally and sympathizer in ei Queen Lil, of the Sandwich islands, but spmpathy is all that Lil can give. The funera...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 May 1898

Uolj Lib Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY G, 1898. No. 21. i1 nrynr?nnm 11111 IKNUUi II by 81 Majority. We hare a large line on hand to select from and also. sample hooks of the largest m'fg in the country. Trices as low as any one. Come and see before baying. Wm. KENDALL. REPS HAVE COUNCIL Ball&Carabin HouseCleaning Time is Here and with it comes the purchase of new Carpets, new Mattinga, new Shades, new Lace Curtains, new Portieres. If you are looking for anything in these lines, do not fail to visit this department in our basement. Our lines in these articles are replete in every respect, and our prices are absolutely the lowest. We cannot say too much regarding our Carpets, Shades and Lace Curtains. These lines in particular are par-excellent the greatest care having been exercised in the selection of patterns and designs. Everything here is new and up-to-date; fresh Spring goods for 1898 purchasers; the choicest des...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 May 1898

INTERNATIONAL PftSSS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XXVIII.- I Continued.) The mere mention of a lord was sufficient to tend the nurse off to the cor in a hustle; perhaps the good woman scented a tip in the near future. Anyway, whfn the door was opeatd to The great nan, he was astonished to see a stout, comfortable-locking body standing, smiling and curtseying within. "Yes. my lord; walk this way. my lord," and forthwith she ushered him into the dressing-room to relieve Esther of the baby. A very tine-looking old gentleman. Miss." she remarked. "Is he?" said Esther. No, I've never seen him." Meantime Lord Avlnier. suspecting nothing of what had happened, was Etanding at the window, wat. hing his .horses, his keen and wicked old eyes laving noticed during the few moments that lie had been in the room that Dick's portrait had gone. He heard the sound of 'he dour opening, fend turned to meet, not Dorothy, in htf flowing blue drapeiies. with her sweet, shy gray -yes uplifted to his, but a tail, d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 May 1898

IS EASY TO POSSESS. rhe BfKt l)i-tionarT in tfie World for One Paths! Down. The reference library cf no publishing or prilling house cr jrivate individual is c iplete without a copy of the Stand- Dictionary. No other lexicon is so comprehensive, so accurate, yet witlud. to j-impie. Lack of uniformity h?-i been one great drawback characteristic of every previous work; this uniformity the Standard has secured. Etymological syllabication is another immeasurable imiiovement which this work has MBbodied in it. Pronunciation and lyllabicaVtioa havenot been arbitrarily arrived at, but rather have b?en conventionally secured. The conclusions of the leading lexicons have Leen summed up, and the majority rules in all cases. Then, again, the vocabularies of the craftsman, scientist and mechanic have been carefully scrutinized and collected. This, in the days when every trade and profession h::s its publication, is of invaluable assistance to the author, editor and proofreader. The reform in sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 6 May 1898

CDI?e3nbcpcnbent CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year. .60 Six Months, .75 Three Mouths, cash. - . .60 Per Coov. .01 otered at tae post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, May 6. 1898. Announcements. COUNTY OFFICES. FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT. Edwin EL Corbin will be a candidate for tbe nomination of Clerk of the Marshall County Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention, May 28th. Frank Brooke is a candidate for the nomination for the office of Clerk of the Marshall Circuit Court subject to the decision of the democratic county convention. Ely B. Milner, of North Township will be a candidate for the nomination as Clerk of tbe Marshall County Circuit Court, subject to the decision of the Democratic County Conventiou May 28 for sheriff Joseph E. Marshall, the present Incumbent .announces himself as a candidate for a reDomiDation to the office of Sheriff of Marshall county subject to the dec...

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