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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

County Librory JftßlW Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1898. No. 35. Remnant Sale! Remnant Sale! Beginning Saturday, July 16, 1898, we inaugurate a Great Remnant Sale. In every department we have found the accumulation of odds and ends which we brought together under one separate department. Every article is marked in plain figures at WAY DOWN PRICES. We are especially strong in Dress Goods Remnants. Boys' Department. A new line of Linen Pants, both in the knee and Ions lengths. Just the article for hot weather wear. To those who wish to go visiting and are in need of a Trunk, Valise or Telescope, we can supply your want. Have these goods at all prices. Ball & Carabin, PLYMOUTH, INI3. CITY FATHERS MEET. NO MORE ARC LIGHTS IN VICINITY OF THAYER AND DICKSON STREETS. liit: 1 ! " By Kngine House May Ba Cut llowu-An Ordinance Prepared Ity City A Mom v Kf KUlntiU tile I appillg t he Mm ii Sewer For A-r iiiiltitlon of Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

H E W S OF INDIANA. MINOR HAPPENINGS DURING THE PAST WEEK. A ! 'armer Living Near Otto Shot by a Neijjlilvor Bed Bugs, O !! and Coutlagrat.on Pensions fr Indianuin Priest in Annual Retreat. Parmer D. nirerou v shot. Jefferson ille, lad. Henry Forward, living near Otto, this county, was ihot Thursday by V. K. Rüs, and may ü ie. Ross came to this city ami surrendered :j Justice Keigwein. who placed hira under bonds to await tit velopments. Ir. Ross reports that the trouble originated from a mis-sing log chain. Forward and Ross live on adjoining farm?. When the chain was missed, Ross went to Forward's barn to look for it, and was ordered off the premises. He started toward the division fen e. followed by Forward, and after be had reached his own land Forward leased over the fence and threatened to brain him with a hoe. Ross then shot him. It iß nearly twenty miles from here to the scene of the shooting. That neighborhood is still excited over the murder of Thomas Raits, and Rosa though...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

' Toars In tho Rooky Mountain. The ' Scenic Line of the World," the Denver & Rio Grando Railroad, offers to tourists in Colorado, Utah and New Mexico the choicest resorts, and to the transcontinontal traveler the grandest scenery. Two separate and distinct routes through the Rocky Mountain.-, all through tickets available via either. The direct lino to Cripple Crek. the greatest gold eamp on earth. Double daily train service with through Pullman, sleepers and tourists' cars between Denver and San Francisco. The bes Hue to Utah, Idaho, Montana. Oregon and Washington via the "Ogilo-.i Gateway." Write S. K. Hooper. O. P. & T. A.. Denver. Colorado, for illustrated descriptive pamphlets. The Tea Fighter. Washington Times: If there is one thing the Amern an people insist upon It is fair play for all. The affront originally put upon Commodore Schley by subjecting him to the command of an officer of junior rank has been rankling in the public mind for weeks. Presiden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

(El?e3nbepenbcnt CLAV V. MKTS KSK, lM'KI.IsilER AND PKOPHIKTOIi. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, Six Mouths. Three Mouths, cash, Per Copy, $1.50 .75 .60 M Dtered at the post office at Plymouth. Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, August 12, 1898. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, HON. ADAM E. WISE. For Clerk, FRANK K. BROOKE. For Auditor, HENRY H. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VINK. For Sheriff. JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DR. S ARBER. For Commissioners, Second District-FRED SEIDERS. Third District HENRY SNYDER. For Congressman, MONTH. HATHAWAY. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M. RALSTON, Boone county. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion county. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attorney-General, JOHN G McNUTT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY WAR RUM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W.B.SINCLAIR, Starke county. State Statistician, JAMES S. GUTHRIE, Brown cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

- 31 mm, I LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF FENCE WIRE ALWAYS ON HAND. PRICES THE LOWEST. I Buck's Cash Hardware. J p44U4444U444444444444444444i444444444444444 (II?c3nbcpcnbcnt Friday, August 12, 1896. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Friday Iaily. The liasket factory has tilled larger orders today than ever before. The bust of Capt. Sigsbee has been placed in the window at the (iem cigar store. Rev. Stangel, of Bourbon, was thrown from his buggy last week, breaking his collar bone. Fred Wächter, of I'.ourbon, has sold his long-established restaurant business to II . Spencer. Home melons are ripening rapidly. A couple weeks will bring them forth in fruitful array. Hon. Charles Drummond will address the teachers during the week of the county institute. These waim days, the farmers inform us, are just what we need to bring forth pickles in abundance. Stansbury A: Rhodes have been given a contract by the wagon works for painting titty new wagons. A dozen or more horses owned by min in Plymouth, are bein...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. FLTMOUTH, . . INDIANA. Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political. Religious. Social and Criminal Dolega of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for 0r Readers The Ac eitle-tt Record. .San FtaneiMO, CM. Tb steamer Tillamook arrived, fifteen days from St. Michaels. Alaska, with 175 passengers. The highest estimate of the treasure on the Tillamook ie $15.000. Washington Information has been received at the state department trom C. P. Snyder, consul of the I'nited States at Cludad Porfirio Diaz, of the death in Mexico of Clyde Stonefield of Illinois. St. Louis. Mo. Fire damug! the St. Louis Dressed Beef plant $50,000. The origin of the fire is not known. The owners state that the loss is covered by insurance. Galesburg. 111. A Chicago. Burlington & Quint y passenger train killed George Mesmore and his son between (Jalesburg and Kewanee. The Mpsmores attempted to drive across the track. Vienna T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

HISTORY OP THE WAR. Important Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. BImmIbj. Aagat 1. La:cst ad vi iv from Manila My ttiat Admiral Dewey has received word from La city that the Spaniards are ready tu surrender wherever called unon to d Sen. ilerritt may wait the arrival of Um luuiiit ir Moeterey before UÜUaf action. M as to be sure of an adequate force to pn-berve ord-. A direct cable diapatCB flUBB PMM o. Pol tu Ri o, aays Gen. Miles' troops are gradually and cautiously making their way northward OB Ihe militj y road (hat extendi from P f I to Sao Juan. Qea. Hrooke has arrived a; 1'onee. Spaniards .it San Juan Bare sT.ik a teauier to block the entrance to the harbor. -It is announced at Chic karaavja that Pol. Culver is iaiu in full conrr)l of the Fifth Illinois rcfjiiK'iit and intcuds to redu. e to the ranks all nou-coBi nissioncd ofll era r-n-of both h BBWa of tntgftWt a MM as Hiera GEN. OARRET80X. (Pcrto ,;ia:t Ex9ettNB. Itast'-d in the r- rat revolt....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 12 August 1898

(Ef?e3nbcpcnbent FiuDAY, August 12. 1898. MARKET REPORT. Butter He Kggs 10c Chickens 10 l-ard "c Potatoes 40c Flour per cwt 2.40 to 2.80 Torn meal 1.00 I logs per hd 4.00 Cattle 128 Wheat TO Rye gj Corn 25 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.40 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 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 ft Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tueeday'B Daily. The infant child of A. Beldon is better after a serious sickness. Mrs. J. M. Wickizer has been quite poor in health for the past month. South Plymouth has a severe case of scarlet fever in the family of David Mote. Walter Hilton went to Indianapolis wher he will attend the meeting of the L. A. W. Misses Lizzie, Carrie and Laura Boss have returned from their vrit in Nebraska. A son was born to (ieo. W. Wiese and wife, and I. W. Albert is made grahdpa for the first time. The street commissioner has begun the work of cutting weeds and clean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

fii!.tv Library Jaul P3 Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1898. No. 36. Remnant Sale! Remnant Sale! Beginning Saturday, July 16, 1898, we inaugurate a Great Remnant Sale. In every department we have found the accumulation of odds and ends which we brought together under one separate department. Every article is marked in plain figures at WAY DOWN PRICES. We are especially strong in Dress Goods Remnants. Boys' Department. A new line of Linen Pants, both in the knee and long lengths. Just the article for hot weather wear. To those who wish to go visiting and are in need of a Trunk, Valise or Telescope, we can supply your want. Have these goods at all prices. Ball & Carabin, PLYMOUTH, IND. FIRE AT WARSAW. OUR NEIGHBORING CITY SUSTAINS A $10.000 LOSS. Large Ice Hoii-.es Burned to the (iround Shortly After 9 O'clock Tuesday Morn iiiK Kreiht ant Aluo Burned and Train Deh.yed on Account of Hone Laid AcriNti Trackit- Small...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

-v. eVVVVVVV.'VV'V'V'V'VVVIl 5 TUP Mn A Record of Seven the PmhImm for Inrtlanlnwi Pensions were granted to Indianim as follows: Original Special. July 30. JaB loa Alexander. Bloomfield. Christian Wolf. Walkertoo, $12. Increase Milton K. Wheat. Crawfordsviiio, ?j to S; Janet I). George, Laurel, HC to $24: John V. Kllllager, Warsaw, $j to Isaac Brown, Bwlts City. $17 to SU; Benjamin F. Drake, Madison. -17 to 24; Ben y man .lams. Brazi'. $N to SI"; Georg W. Kirk. Kirksviile. $14 to $17: William Cordon. Osgood $1L' to $11: Thos. Crakes. Mishawaka, $; to 19; Samuel C. Hoover, Wolf Lake. $10 to $12: Stephen George, V. 'itrrloo. $S to $12: David B. Hutchinson, Goabea. ll to $24: John C. McCormick. Jeffei sonvilie. $i to $12: HenTV Schäkel, Wana maker. $. to $s. Reissue John Green, Rising Sur.. $s. Original Widows, etc. Harriet B. Kllis. Hnr-kport. $S: Mary C Price, Mitchell, 512: minors of Alfred Swalls. Terrs Haute. tlC Reissue - Tempy UrangM Wheatland. $12. lri:te Hire Honorably Ii-lia ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

He Meant Well. Mr. Wibbleton "It has always been my aim in life to say nothing, rather than say things that would make me seem ridiculous." Miss Sharpleigh "Indeed! Why, you're just like a Spanish gunner." Mr. Wibbleton ' I'd like to knowhow you figure out the similarity.'' Mi.ss Sharpleigh "You don't seem to have much success in hitting what you aim at." G. A. R. Cincinnati Ktieauipnient. The Monon Route, with its four trains daily, is the best and most comfortable line to Cincinnati. The rate will be only 1 cent a mile. Tickets on sale Sept. 3d, 4th. 5th and Cth, good to return Sept. 6th to 13th inclusive, and by extension to Oct. 2d. Send 4 cents in stamps for the Monon's beautifully illustrated book on the Cincinnati Encampment. Frank J. Reed, G, P. A., Chicago. L. E. Sessions, T. P. A.. Minneapolis. Minn. Fractured Kriendsh ip. Miriam Did you take the picture of the young man on the mantel? Mil- ! dred Yes. Miriam Friend of your.-. I suppose? Mildred Well, he was before I took ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

Cfye3nbepenbcnt CLAY W, M BT8 K EU. PUBL.I8IIJCR AND PBOPBCBTOB. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, - $1-30 Six Months, - - tfll Threw Mouths, caab. - . .60 Par Cot -. .08 Katered at the post oOlee at Plymouth, Iudlana as matter of the second class. Fkiday, August 19, 1898. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, HON . ADAM K. WISE. For Clerk, FRANK K. I5KOOKE. For Auditor, HENRY II. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES V1NK. For SherilV. JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DR. SA BIKER. For Commissioners, Second District- FRED SLIDERS. Third District HENRY SNYDER. For Congressman, MEDARY M. HATHAWAY. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M RxVLSTON, Roone county. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion county. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attorney-General, JOHN (i. McXUTT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY WARRUM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W. R. SINCLAIR, Starke county. State statistician, JA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

ssm?mmmmmmmmmmmmm??! mini i LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF FENCE WIRE ALWAYS ON HAXD. PRICES THE LOWEST. I Buck's Cash (Ebc3nbcpcnbcnt Friday, Ar. ist 19, 1898. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's IaJlv. Winfield Sponsler is confined to the house with serious illness. Head the advertisements in this paper. They may save you money. A washout effected by the last rain has been repaired on the race track. A new roof has been placed on the astern at the water-work's establishment. Mrs. K. K. Brooke and MiM Alice Klinger left this morning for l'etoskey where they annually spend several months. W. W. Jones arrived from Michigan his morning to attend the funeral of his daughter. The property of Lawrence Linkenhelt on Laporte street is being moved back and repaired. .lames Dennett and Chas Kennet, who live near Bourbon, have returned from a stay in Kansas. Mrs. George Kngle has a night cactus which for two nights lias brought forth profuse and beautiful blossoms. W. .1 Miller has started a new seco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. FLTMOUTH, . . INDIANA. Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political. Religion. ooial and Criminal Doing of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Header The Acit Rriord. Milwaukee, Wis. Mn. Louisa Falk, widow of Franz Falk, died after an illness of several weeks. Dayton, O. The Paste?ur-( 'hamherlain Filter company's plant was destroyed, the loss beinsr $."0,000. Winamac Ind. - (ieorge W. Funk was nominated as a candidate for state senator by the republicans of Cssi and Pulaski counties. Kokonio. lud. Prof. Lyman Gentry, a prominent educator, died at a sanitarium. He was a brother of Prof Gently of the Kokomo schools. Marinette. Wis. William Lnnd. a 7-year-old boy. was instantly killefl DJ falling from the rear of a wason. another heavy vehicle pa-sini over him. Shabon'or. 111. John Frisby. whilemowing weeds in his yard, accidentally cut off one leg of his 1-year-old chU I and injured the other leg ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

HISTORY OF Impo rtant Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. Wsd assstay, An?. 1 . Ordr. isuod for the troops to leave '! ha mang. Tampa and Manassas tilji, " cainps to hp establlshsd at Lexington, Ky.. KnoxvilUv Tcnn.. Hnniv,ii;, xa ami If iridic ton. Pa. Th Fifth Illinois was ordered to disembark from the Iransport OMaaa and to 40 into ; camp ai Newport News, this betas the MBOOd time the regbnent has been disappointed when on the eve oi departure for . Porto Rico. The war department annow ii i id the acbedule of tariff duties to be enforced in Caan and other places .iow tinder military gOVenuneol of the United States Geo. Mt rriam received orders to , prepare to emhark all the troops under hl3 orders Lo reinforce Gen, Merrttt at 4 A i W 0 C NDED CAVALRYMAN. (From a Photo.) gfantla. I is said. too. in Washington, that U'.f-i additional troops would also be sept ::i vi w of the possibility of trouble with Agttina ldo. An order was issued in Washbigton cre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 August 1898

Cl?c3nbepenfccnt Friday, August 1, 1806. MARKET REPORT. Butter . . . Chickens. Lard , Potatoes. lie 11c 8c ' Tc SOc Flour perewt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal LOO Hotrs per hd I ' Cattle i Wheat Kye Corn Oats 85 27 20 Clover seed Timothvseed 100 Millitseed LOO Timothy hay per ton fi.00 to 7.00 ( 'lover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.' 1 1 Marsh hav per ton 3.00 to 4.C Straw ner load 2 00 Furnished bv Kd. S. Hogarth & Co LOCAL I K KYI TIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Mrs. Kate Beerbower is conGned with rheumatism. Union Mills will erect an 88,500 school building. Acton Machlin has just returned from a trip to California. Most of the teachers of Polk township are attending the institute Melvm Fitzgerald, of Teegarden iß recovering from a serious illness. F. M. Mc rory is spending several weeks in Nebraska and the west. The Weßleyan Methodist church will open camp meeting at Fairmount next Thursday. Peter Sarber, who lives northwest of this city, departed for Portland, Oregon, today . Dan Norto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 August 1898

County Library Janl O Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1898. No. 37. Right Now! is a good time to look at our new and elegant line of SKIRTS. The separate Skirt Department is fast becoming the stronghold in the house. And rightly so, because the garments made at the present time are positively unexcelled in Fit, Workmanship and Price. The full styles, comprising fabrics, are ready for inspection. Especially strong in plain and figured blacks. Trices range from 92c to $7.50. Also carry an immense line of Underskirts French Satinets, Silicates, Moreens, Percalines and Satteens. Clothing Department. Displaying the most complete line of .Men's, Boys' and Children's Pants ever before shown. The finest and most sensible assortment of styles on the market, embracing the latest colorings and weaves. Every pair graceful, shapely and well made and at prices that will discount all "forced sale" prices. TRY US ONCE. Ball & Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 August 1898

1 Thru :m3 Now. Mr. Zangwill tells me. writes a correspondent of the Westminster Budget, that many ars ago. when an obecure lad. teaching in a Jewish school In London, he sent a short poem to one of the best known of the American monthly magazines. The poem came "back with the first mail. But Mr. Zangwill kept it by him, and quite recently he sent it on again to the -ame magazine. This time. immediately on its receipt, he received a cable from tho proprietors of the magazine offering to buy the "world's rights.' and almost immediately they issued a huge poser intimating that their next issue would coma in a poem by I. Zangwill. The poem was the same poem, word for word: but in the interim Mr. Zangwill had achieved fame, and his signature was worth money. (iood Kxcuse. A western teacher in a town in which the women have the right of suffrage, ret eived the following note accounting for the absence of one of her pupils on election day: "Drre Teacher Please be so kind as to excuse Lizz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 August 1898

f. r FOUR PERSONS KILLED. Fatal Up;r-KnU Collision on a Mm chusetta Railroad. In j rear-end colllaioa at Sharon station, a summer resort, twenty miles out of Boston, on the Providence divitHOB of the New York. New Haven & Hartford railroad, four persons were killed outright and thirty-eight serit ;. .. injured, and besides there were several score bruised and shaken up. WILL NOT CHANGE SCALE. Im;xirt;int DorUion of I nilril Mio Workers of Amerita. The committee of reference of the Mtioiia executive loard of the United M Be Workers of America has refused to reduce the scale. The decision has undoubtedly averted a general demoralization of the coal t rade. ALL THE ISLANDS CEDED. EatlM Philippine Archipelago Now In Our I'iMufiun. Tue terms of the capitulation of HaBiia as agreed upon between Gen. Jandcnes und Gen. Merritt, include the cession of the Philippine archipelago to Ute Halted States. Fiv hildren Uro.vncd. A rjoodbarsl in Saw Mill Run, near Pittabors, caused a tida...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 August 1898

CI?e3nbepenbcnt C LAY V. MKTSKKH, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. INM Year. - $1.50 Six Montbs, - - ."6 T'inm Months, cash, -M Per I py, .0 Hatred at the post ofltce at Plymouth, Indiana s matter of the seooud class. Friday, Awh:st 2, 1898. DEMOCR TIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, HON. AO AM E. WISE. For Clerk, FRANK K. BROOKE. For Auditor, HENRY H. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VINK. For Sheriff. JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DR. BARBER. For Commissioners, second District FRED SEIDERS. Third District HENRY SNYDER. For Congressman, MEDARY M. HATHAWAY. For Prosecutor, HARRY BERN KTHA. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M. RALSTON, Boone county. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion county. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attorney - General, JOHN G. McNUTT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY W A RR UM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W. B. SINCLAIR, Starke county. State...

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