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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 June 1898

1 m m mm. m w m M Ä f" A UAK LUAU Ui" TO GO AT 25c Buck's Cash EVERY CAN GUARANTEED. Cl?c3nbcpcnbcnt Friday, Juke it, imw. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Frtda.y' Dallr. See 1 lucks' now ad. 3St When in Argot, eat your meals at Uad'ti restaurant. Cherries will be on the Plymouth market in a few days. Jiuy your gasoline at Bock'l and pet tickets on the carriage. 21 l'lymouth people get the best at I lad's restaurant, Argos. Wheat hearvest will soon be here and the yield promises to be immense. When you go to Argos stop at 11 ad's restaurant. He will use you right. The recent rains have brought the corn out of the kinks and it is growing nicely. Fred (Ireenburg will leave shortly for Mishawauka where he will secure employment. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall are expected home from the Martinsville Sanitarium. B. A. Sinn will leave tomorrow for Paulding, Ohio, to visit his parents for several weeks. The Independent today contains an interesting letter from Melvin Johnson, who is a member of company II....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 June 1898

A Brave Coward. By Robert Louis Stevenson. CHAPTER IV. This was my wife's story, n I drew it fr'jir. sir among tears and sobs. Her i name a Clara Hmhlletone; it sounded verv beautiful in rav ears, but not I so beautiful as that other name of Clara Cassilis. which she wore during j Xhe. longer and. I. thank God. the hap pier portion of her ine. Her iauiei, Bernard Huddlestone, had b-en a private tanker in a very large way of business. Many years before, his affairs becoming disordered, he had been led to try dangerous, and at last, criminal, expedients to retrieve himself lrom ruin. All was in vain; he became more and more, cruelly involved, and found his honor lost at the same moment with his fortune. About this period Northmour had been courting his daughter with great assiduity, though with small encouragement, and to him. knowing him thus disposed in his avor, Bernard Huddlestone turned for help in his extremity. It was not merely ruin and dishonor, nor merely a legal condemnatio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 June 1898

John Brown. Col. T. W. Higginson. in his autobi ography. "Cheerful Yesterday!," thus j characterizes John Browr. ; " I paw before me a man whose mere appearance ; and bearing refuted in ad vane e some of the strange perversions which bave found their way into many looks. In ! Dis xnin, worn, resoime iacc lutie wnr the signs of a fire vhich might wear him out, and practically did so, but nothing of pettiness or baseness: and his talk was calm, persuasive and coherent. He was simply a high-minded, unselfish, belated Covenanter; he had that religious elevation, which is itself a kind of refinement: he lived, as he finally died, absolutely absorbed in one idea; and it is as a pure enthusiast fanatic, if you please that be is to be judged." AN OPEN LETTER TO MOTMtRb, We are asserting in the court our rijrht to thr exclusi'.t use of the word -CASTORIA. and "PITCHER S CASTORIA. as our Trade .Mark ( I, Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis. Massacnusetts, was the originator of PITCHER S CASTORIA. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 June 1898

ÜEl?e 3nbepenbent Friday, Ji ni. 17, 1818. MARKET KEPORT. Butter 10c Kg(?8 iC Chickens tic Lard c Potatoes &c Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.S0 Corn meal 1.00 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.Wheat TO Rye 40c Corn e Oats 23e Clover seed 2.40 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 7.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2 00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Don't forget the sale at Mrs. C. G. Francisco's Friday and Saturday, lw A real hot time is looked for in Plymouth next Saturday when the republicans meet in convention. Great excitement prevailed on the streets this morning when it was reported that Will Leonard had been shot by a burglar. The first skirmish of the coming battle took place yesterday in Plymouth. The big light will take place at Kochester on the 23rd. The North and South Fnd clubs played another game of ball today, resulting in a score of 8 to 7 in favo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

hall County Independent Mf4 Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUXE 24, 1898. No. 28. Afl Today's Thought FOR WOMEN. ShirtWaist! Shirtwaists! Shirtwaists! Another Large Shipment of medium priced goods has reached us. We have put them into two separate lots and marked them at the exceptionally low figures of 25 CENTS AND 39 CENTS. KT attention. Come early e as sortment. your choic -ft m ! A Ye give you a tieket (free) with every 25e purchase to Norton & Jones Large ?. R. 1 Show, here July 8th. Ball & Carabin. A Sleulil Kntertainment. The closing exercises of St. Michael's academy at St. Joseph's hall Monday evening were iendered with credit to all concerned. A well arranged and quite lengthy program was faultlessly earned out. The hall was crowded with spectators eager le witness what the children of SI. Michael's academy could do and how nicely and creditahly they would acquit themselves. The entrance march, by Mi68es Mc Niff and .Johnson, wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

HISTORY OF Important Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. Tuesday, .lune 14. A dispatch received from Mr. Whigham. recently released Horn Cabanas, slates that Havana Is sreU nigh impregnable. the defense! having been strengthened by a double rampart of modern guns. He also says that there are SMM troops in the city, that two vessels with cargoes of provisions ran the blockade, and there is no danger of famine for months, and little sickness. In the second night attack of the Spanish on the marines at (Juantanamo two of the Americans were killed and s vera! others were wounded. A company of insurgents eo-opcrated with the Americans, but rendered no practical aid. The marines are righting bravely in the determination to hold the ground until the troops arrive. Dispatches from Manila dated June reeeivcu via Shanghai, repined the Spaniards had been driven Lack to the stockades surrounding the city and that American troops were expected June ft News from Cadi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

HALF FARE. Wmh Inj: ton. D. C, and Ret am. On July 3d to 6th tickets will be sold from all points to Washington D. C. and return via the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. at one fare, plus $2.00, on account of the meeting of the National Educational Association. Tickets will be good until July 15 returning, and may he extended to August 31st. This Is the best opportunity you will haveto visit the famous Mountain and Sea Shore resorts of the East, also Old Point Comfort and Hampton Roads, the rendezvous of the North Atlantic Squadron. For particulars and sleeping car reservations apply to U. L. Truitt. Northwes Passenger Agent, 234 Clark treet, Chicago, 111. Rata as Hair Restorer. Tsin Chfng Chung, a Chinese gentleman who was a Yale student a few years ago. has undertaken The defense of the rat as an article of diet. He says: "What the carrot is to a horse's coat a rat is to the human hair. Neither fact can be explained, but even,- horseman knows that a regimen of carrots will make his stud as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

(El?e3nbcpenbcnt ( LAY W. METSKEK. PTJBLISHSB AND PBOPRUCTOB. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK. One Year. $1-50 Six Months, Three Months, cash, Per Copy, .75 .60 .03 ntered at the post oftke at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, J um: 24, 1898. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representative, HON. ADAM & WISE. For Clerk, FRANK K. BROOKE. i For Auditor, HENRY II. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VINK. For Sheriff, JOSEPH K. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DR. SABBER For Commissioners, Second District- FRF D SEIDERS. Third District II E N R Y SNYDER. BRYAN OX III SIM KIT OF .ONOI EST. William J. Bryan, in his addiess at the Omaha exposition on Tuesday, gave expression to a sentiment that should commend itself to the American people when he said that the manifest destiny of this nation is not to acquire new relrr.s to govern, but to carry out the fundamental principles of democracy to the end that duality among the citizens might be secured. The following ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

I t ?ailhaU4tl444444444444U44444i4U4i44444444 0?c3nbepcnbcnt Friday, Jim: 2, ib'M. LOCAI BREVITIES. From Friday's Dally. "Yarsaw seems to be alHicted with house breakers. The recruiting otlicer for company "M"' will likely arrive in Plymouth in a few days. For sale or trade One solid comfort gang plow, one tornado leed cutter. Address. Vietor Welch. Rutland, Ind. Most of the bicycle factories throughout the country have closed down for the season, but the rim factories run right along. It is reported that (apt. W. E. I'.ailey will be the republican candidate for repretentative. NY.in a man is in trouble he will be lieve a good many things that he would doubt at any other tune. The Columbia City I'oat says that work is plenty in that city, and no working man need be idle. The farmers are taking advantage of this line, weather and are working their corn crop for the last time before harvest. Trustee MeCrory presented his son Noble with a beautiful silver watch yesterday. Master Noble ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. G W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA, yit Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Religion, Social and Criminal Doings of the Wbole World Carefully Condensed for Oai Rssdirt The Accldcnt Reccrtf. m ID IK Pi H Shelbyville, 111. The fruit crop of southern Illinois, which is light, is now threatened with total destruction by the invasion of seventeen-year locusts. Louisville. Ky. All the coal mines in the Jellico district will soon be transferred to an English syndicate. Galesburg, 111. Charles Youngren committed suicide here by hanging himself in a barn. Temporary insanity was the reason for the act. Elwood, Ind. Former students of the Coffin school will hold a reunion here Aug. 27. The old log schoolhouse. one of the first built in Indiana, is still partially intact. Lima. Peru The news that the United States senate had given its approval to the project for an international bank. Involving Peru and other South Ameri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

A Brave Coward. By Robert Louis Stevenson. CHAPTER V. (Continued.) 'Miss Htnldlestone " I was beginning to Interrupt him when he, in turn, cut in brutally: "You hold your tongue)," says he; "I am speaking to that girl." "That girl, as you call her. is my wife." said I. and my wife only leaned a little nearer, so that I knew she had affirmed my words. "Your what?" he eried. ' You lie!" "Xorthmour." I said, "we all know you have a bad temper, and I am the last man to be irritated by words. For all that I propose that you speak lower, for I am convinced that we are not alone." He looked round him, and it was plain my remark had in some degree sobered his passion. "What do you mean?" he asked. I onlv said one word. "Italians." He swore a round oath and looked at us from one to the other. "Mr. Cassilis knows all that I know," said my wife. "What I want to know." he broke out. "is where the devil Mr. Cassilis comes from, and what th devil Mr. Cassiliti is doing here. You say you are marri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 June 1898

I (Ebe3nbepenbent FBIDAT, Juki 24, 1896. MARKE! REPOBT. Butter Mi Kggs Chickens c Laru sc Potatoes &c Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal Unas tifr hd 4.00 Cattle -23 Wheat W Rye 4(c Corn 2c Oats 83c Clover seet! - " Timothy seed 2.00 Millit seed Timothy h3y per ton T.00 to .imj Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.1 1 1 Marsh hay per ton SÄJ to 4.00 Straw per load 2 00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Tuesday's Dally. In the wrestling match last night at Chicago, Lewis won on a foul over Yousouf the "terrible Turk." Lewis admitted that he was no match for the Turk. Lieut. Ilobson, the hero of the Merrimac, has been raised to the rank of lieutenant commander in the navy. He and his brave companions are still in a Spanish prison. A few of our young men are thinking seriously of taking in the great state of Kansas and gather up a few of those three dollar a day jots which there is 60 much talk of at this time. The Plymouth soldiers are still at Tam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 July 1898

Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1808. No. 29. Today's Thought FOR WOMEN. Shirt Weist! Shirtwaists! Shirt Waists! Another Largo Shipment medinm pric oil Is! las rea ed us. We h ive put them into two separate lots and marked thorn at the exceptionally low figures of 25 CENTS AND 39 CENTS. mW your attention. Come early choice assortment. We give you a ticket (free) with every 25e purchase to Norton A Jones Large R. R. Show, here July 8th. Ball & Carabin. $ A CAR LOAD OF i TO GO AT 25c PER DOZ. AT Buck's Cash Hardware. EVERY CAN GUARANTEED. NORMAL SCHOOL. I he Marshall County Normal School will 0M ii at ITjumtli. MONDAY, JULY 18, and continue in session until the opening of the County lust tut-, Aujr. ir. W propose toeooduel thoroughly live aril lip-to-ante lehooL special .ire will be tfiven to tne arrangement t the MOUM so that each student may receive instruction in those brunebei in which he stands must in need. Reci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 July 1898

A Brave Coward. Ey Robert Louis Stevenson. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) "Is it in the pavilion T" I asked. "It is; :)!.(! I Willi it was in the bottom of the sea in.-tr;ui.' said Northmour; and then suddenly "What are you making f;tces at nr for?" he tried to Mr. Himeilestone. on whom I had un- ! tent ioasly turned ir.y back. "Do yoii think Gnasttifl would s"ll you?" Mr. Haddleatoac protested that nothing had been further from his mind. 'It ii a good thin;..'" retorted Northmc;;r. in his ugliest manner. "You BSifht end by warying us. What were you going to say?" he added, turning to me. "I was going to propose an occupation for the afternoon." said I. "Let us carry that money out. piece by piece, and lay it down before the pavilion door. If the Carbonari come, why, it's th- Ira, at any rate." "No. No!" cried Mr. Hnddlestone: it does not. it cannot belong to them! It should be distributed pro rata among all my creditors." "Come, now. Huddles tone," said Northmour. "none of that." "Well, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 July 1898

N. E. A. Meeting: at asr.rnpton. The Big Four and Chesapeake Ohio Railways will have a special N. E. A. Wisconsin train, leaving Chicago Tuesday, July 5th, at 1 p. m.. arriving In Washington the following afternoon. The party will consist of the leading educators of Wisconsin, and will stop at White Sulphur Springs. Va., for breakfast and a concert on the morning of the 6th. This route has more mountain and river scenery and more battlefields than any other line. Write at once for maps, rates and sleeping car reservations. The rate is one fare plus two dollars (membership feel for the round trip. Bicycles carried free. H. W. Sparks, T. P. A., 234 Clark street, Chicago. Couldn't Hellere Tara. They are telling a good story on Massachusetts at the expense of Gov. Wolcott's youngest boy. who was one of a class asked to name the governor of the state. On replying that he did not know he was told by his teacher to ask his father that night. He returned next morning to report: "Well, papa ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 July 1898

(El?el3nbcpenbcnt CLAV W. MKTJKH, PI Bl.isilfcit AND PKO PR 1 JSTOR. 8UBSCKI1'TH)X PRICK. One Year, - Six Months. - - ."5 Three Mouths, cash, . .60 Per Copy, .08 nterei at the p.)st ofti ;e at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, July 1, 1S98. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, II ON . ADAM K. WISE. For Clerk, FRANK K. RROOKE. For Auditor, HENRY H. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VINE. For Sheriff, JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DR. SAR HER. For Commissioners, Second District FRED SEIDERS. Third District -II ENKV SNYDER. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M. RALSTON, Boone couuty. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion couuty. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attornev General, JOHN G. M. NL'TT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY WAR BUM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W. Ii. SINCLAIR. tarke county. State Statistician, JAMES S. GUTHRIE, Rrown county. State Geol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 July 1898

! I i l i i . 444U4iU444U4U4444U4444U44444UU444444Ü CI?c3nbcpcnbcnt Fkiday, July 1, lsis. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's IrI1t. I ojfiC was shelved yesterday down at Kochetter. Water melons have tound their way to Plymouth. The grand jury convened this morning for a two day session. Kwalt vs Wilt long was the case that was argued before .1 udge ('apron today. Michigan City heat the "Maroons" yesterday at the fair grounds 14 to 2. That's all. The telephone line from this city to Rochester was kept hot until 10 p. m., last nitht. Will Reynolds will be one of the new recruits that will join company II at Tampa, Florida. Agents of almost every kind, cut and calibre aie working the good people of .Marshall county. It is stated that the woods are full of squirrels and that the hunters are having great sport. For sale or trade One solid comfort gang plow, one tornado feed cutter. Address, Victor Welch. Rutland, Ind. The Rochester party returned home today fu."y convinced that they did the ...

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

s THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C. W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA, TOPICS OF TODAY. EXCEED $800,000,000. The preliminary reports cf May asportations which have reached the bureau of statistics make it quite apparent that the agricultural exports of the year will be considerably in excess cf $800,000,000, the total for the year being likely to reach $835,000,000. Never before have the exports of agricultural products reached the $800,000,000 line, and never but twice have they been as much as $700,000,000, the two occasions in which they passed the $700,000,000 line being in 1881 and 1892. Compared with the last fiscal year the increase In exports of agricultural products will be fully $150,000,000, and compared with the preceding year the Increase will be over $250,000,000, while the total will be fully 50 per cent in excess of that of the fiscal year 1895. BLOW AT THE "GROWLER." If. as the brewers say, the tax on beer will injure the "can" and "growler" trade this war...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 July 1898

HISTORY OF THE WAR. Important Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. Suni!;iy, .lune 1 . Sranish ktfaatrj made a hasty retreat for ecver at Guanianaino under heavy fire from American war ships. They ran so fat nono of them could be hit. The marines at Camp UlrCalJa are aaxkmsU awaiting the arrival of Staffer's army. Admiral Sampson his decided to redact Mono Castle at Santiago. He t nr.ks one dnarmte shell from the Vesuvius will be suffii lent. He has learned that Jlobson and his men are no longer held in the fort as a shield against the tire of the American abipa. The Madrid correspondent of the Paris Temps says a report is current that MwnfTfl has surrendered. The eruier Kawart has left Hampton Roads with part of the Minus recruits on board, but may kave goni -ut enly to test her engines and her new t-incB rifles. Belief that Lew Wallace will be nihil tad a major general in day or so is e::t i tained by Indiana congressmen. President McKinley has chosen ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 1 July 1898

I?c3nfccpenbcnt Friday, ,) cur l, MARKET 11EP0RT. Butter 10c Kg f?s 9c Chickens c Lard C Potatoes B5c Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 C orn meal 100 Hops per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.2.' Wheat TO live 40c Corn We Oais - OC Clover seed '-.40 Tirnothv seed 2.00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 7.00 to 7.00 Dover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.U0 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw oer load 2 00 Furnished by Ed. 3. Hogarth ft Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Impress Agent Leonard's wounded arr' is not improving very rapidly and caLses him much pain. J. H. Cugh, editor of the Pythian Journal, of Indianapolis, was a visitor to Hyperion lodge last night. Major Teaser and Sergt. Ford left on the noon train today for South Bend and will leave for Tampa, Florida, tomorrow. "Mobos"' seem to make Goshen and Elkhart their head quarters, and they make life miserable for the inhabitants of those towns. The delegates to the Y. P. C. U. convention now in session iu Plymouth, received a hearty welcome from th...

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