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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

JrüI 9$ Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1898. No. 40. FRANKFORT The Conference by a Vote of 73 to 47 Decides to Hold the Next Conference at Frankfort. PREACHERS WANT CONSTITUTION AMENDED. Itishop How in :t n in AlteiHlaiire Ir. Hlikmau Stronj; in Favor of the GcMVal Conference Heine Held at Iiuliaiiiipoli. ami Opposed to Taking h Methodist Confrrrnre to a lljlf Assembly 8ltM Pr. Itnell NakM an AM Adlres liefore I . ; i 1 1 l: - onferenee Vote to Admit I MM ti Equal Kepre-ieutation-Deacons and EMtfl Kletld The Friday's session of the conference opened at 8:30 o'clock, Bishop Warren presiding. The minutes of the former eession were read and approved, after which Bishop Bowman was introduced o the audience. Dr. Cissell then offered a resolution providing that the conference petition the managers of the general conference to select Winoua park as the place for holding the general conference in 1000. Indiana has never had the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

TaLM AUK'S SERMON. ""THE ART OF FRIENDSHIP" SUNDAY S SUBJECT. Vest, ProTerba, Chapter is. Versa S4i rl!un.. "a Mm Ttml Hath I rtotula ' M'jst Miotv HlMaell tllllllj Tiuii--A bom the sacred and divine art of asaking and keeping frlenda l speak--i subject on hieb I never heard of hi yon1 preaching ad yet God though: it of enough Importance to p at it in the middle of the Bible, these Writ lags of Solamoft, bounded on one side by the popular Psalms of Daviil. and on the other by the writings of Isaiah, the greatest of the prophets. 3t wesaaa ah a matter of haphazard how many frienda we have, or whether we Jiave any friends at all. but there s nothing accidental about it. There is law which govern? the accretion and diversion of friendships. They did not "just happen so'" any more ihan the tides just happen to rise or fall, or the sun just happens to rise or set. It is a science, an art, a Godgiven regulation. Tell me how friendly you are to others, and I will tell you how friendly othe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

Bismarck an-' the Pope. Art as a softener of international asperities has had many triumphs. Not one of these was more memorable in its way than that by which Prince Bismarck and Pope Leo XIII were brought into touch. The medium of communication was Franz Lenbach.the famous Bavarian painter, to whom the Pope gave not only sittings, but a commission to paint the portrait of his "enemy." Bismarck, much pleased, gave a return commission, and the restorations of friendly relations between the Roman pontiff and the German chancellor, whether by mere coincidence or not. certainly dated from the time when each adorned his apartments with the portrait of the other. London Chronicle. New St. Louis Headquarter, The Baltimore &. Ohio and Baltimore & Ohio South Western railroads have secured a long lease on the magnificent room at Broadway and Locust streets in St. Lcuis for the purpose of consolidating under one roof the freight and passenger offices now located in that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

Railroad Engineer Testifies to Benefits Received From Dr. Miles' Remedies. r SI si a THERE is no more responsible position on earth than that of a railroad engineer. Or Lis steady nerves, clear brain, bripht eye and perfect self command, depend the safety of the train and the lives of it pu-M ntrs. Dr. Miles' Nervine and other remedies are especially adapted to keepii g the nerves steady, the brain clear and tl mental faculties unimpaired. Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 1323 Broadway. Council Bluffs, but now residing at 3411 Humboldt St., Denver, writes that he "suffeiod for years from constipation, causing sick, nervous and bilious headaches and was fully restored to health by Dr. Miles' Nerv-& Liver Pills. I heartily recommend Dr. Miles' Rented ies." Dr. Miles' Remedies Dr. are sold by ail druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address, Miles' temedie! Restore Health DR. MILES MED...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

Is vital, of course. If von want to ecoonnin ou wai to luy jour hardware Of II K Bw. Tli MgfMt. busiest k Vflft ever had followed our effo;ts to gto the bet hardw;. a at the lowest prices. We had lots of customers who admitted they were "hard to pleise." hut we did not tind them so. Few people are when they Have their own way. ZZ BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE. rS 444U4444ia44lUlU4444444Ü4444444Ui44t444 (EI?c3nbcpcnbcnt Fbidat, Skptembkb 16, 18l8. LOCAL BREVITIES From Tuesday's Dally. Cornelius Tuttle la vtry low at Donaldson. The Michigan City Car works had a $4,000 fin ifi their lumber department last Saturday. Farmers are now sowing their wheat. The ground, speaking generally is in good condition. Clarence (iearheart, of Bourbon, has superceded Mr. Whist man as operator at the L. E. & W. depot. Dr. Loring has acquired the Coleman farm near Burr Oak. He is planning a new residence in the above town. The Warsaw common council has granted a franchise fer an electric line between W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C. W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop, PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA, m i Minor Happenings cf the Past ... , week, EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, p, ügioui. Social and Criminal DoingK of he Whole World Carefully Condensed for O ir Keudcrs The Ac-ciile-it Record. Washington CI . lian agents are here securing from Am- rican naval officertheir experiences in the war with Spain. This information is nought for the benefit of the Chilian navy in anticipation of war with Argentina. Springfield. Ohio The Masonic temple at Washington Courthouse. Fayette county, was destroyed by fire, together with several other buildings. The total os la $150,000, partly insured. Camn Wikoff, N. Y. The rough rid ers are collecting money to purchase j a statuette of a broncho for Col. Roosevelt. Areola. 111. Benjamin Andrews, i.ged 65 years, dropped dead of heart j disease in this city. He was an old . soldier and a pioneer resident of Douglas county. Plainfif Id. Wis - A hard froel is- report...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

CM Dap St Orfcuep A (Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. CHAP! I-.'i HI. (Obntinue d.) Thank te Lord, nty dearie, jre're ba; k i tal ty! r m half demente i jn Ui a n nl storm, tnlnktng yi a migbl fco ur . gid the Bood woman, drawtag ! : y in by the hand. Yca, Bell," said Day. her voice Ovokt a and pent ins, ! berea some one flown there who, ! am afraid, has beea killed by It." And. u briefly as pciiif. she told what had occurred. Now, Bk 1). what I wish you to do is to rua and eel Jsraie, ami come down with Be to the road. I think you and Jamie ran manage to carry him ; b tweea you."' Be!l was coaajdered one of the strongest women within tfee Island. Tb n Jamie mttsl go to Crag Castle for the doctor as last as t'v- r hi" can." Bel! did not oppose her voting mi -treea, though it wi a . ith a considerable amount of fear thai he ventured forth. Jamie, the farm la hanging bach in tarting nervously i both were aw d to i. was still worse, ;;. nl tei ror, and t every H;:sh. But a solemn sllene ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 September 1898

Cf?e3nfccpcnbent Friday, September 16, 1898. MARKET REPORT. Butter 14c Eggs He Chickens J Larci ,c Potatoes 30c Flour perewt 2.40 t 2.80 Corn meal 1-00 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle Wheat ," Rye Jjj Corn 24 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.75 Timothy seed 2.00 Milhtseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton C.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 Furnished by F.d. S. Hogarth ft Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday Dally. Miss Emma Holem has betn given a school near Inwood. Little Ben, the pacer owned by Lew Borton will enter the races at Valparaiso next week. The corn on the Kankakee marsh this year is immense. Competent judges think much of it will yield about 100 bushels to the acre. Photographs of the 157th regiment were taken at Camp Mount yesterday afternoon. The background of the picture was a large American nag. A letter from Charles Brown gives the welcome information that his wound is healing nicely. He is now a member of the hospital corps at Pablo Bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

County Library Janl 98 Marsh County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1898. No. 41. all Be Alive To what is going on around you or you will get the worst of it. Look over our great line of Fall and Winter Suits this week and get thoroughly posted on the Splendid Bargains. Don't put so much attention on Cuban affairs that you will be oblivious to all else. Our line of MS. DOB is without an exception the Listen to These Few Specials: Men's Suits, grey, well trimmed, neatly gotten up, for $2.50. All sizes. Men's A 11-Wool Victor Suits, browns and greys, sack style, thoroughly well and reliably made, with excellent durable trimmings, all sizes $3-97 Men's All-Wool Mack Worsteds, sack or frock styles, made as prim and neat as tailored for $7.50. Try Us THi Fall. Ball & Carabin, PLYMOUTH, IND. A CORRECT LIKENESS Over First National Bank 1 ij ALL WORK ! GUARANTEED TO BE FIRST CLASS. i PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLORS. J A 1ST 7 T iAV o n 11 A IN ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

TALMAOE'S SERMON. "ENEMIES OVERTHROWN" LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. 4l.et Mod Vri. Let Hi" I nemies Bm ;itt ercd" Itook of l';ilms. diopter Ixviii.. VIN 1 TlM -tru;gie of Hamm I. vi t,!wo. A i'iM'.-t --ion was formed to carry the ark, or sacred box. which, though truly three feet ni.ie laches in length ud four feel three inches in height aiui tenth wta the symbol of Godi presence Is the leaden of the procession lifted ti'is ornamented and brilliant bos by two golden poles run through four golden rings, and started for .Mount ZiOtt, all the people chanted the battle hymn of my text. Let CM arise, let hi? enemies be scattered." The Canaeraniana of Scotland, outraged by James L. who forced upon them religions terms that were offe&sfre. and by the terrible perseeotloa of Drummoml. Dafale and Turner, and hy the oppressive laws of Charles L and Charles II.. were driven to proclaim war against tyrants, and went forth to fight for religiös liberty; and the mountain heather became red ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

Preferred Position. "When the procession goes by I want tc stand at a given point,"' said Tom my Taddells. "Where is that?" asked j Tommy's father. "I don't know, but that iß where I want to 6tand. The j papers say processions are always longtr passing a given point." New York World. Chats With Mother CURES GUARANTEED. Book mailed free upon request. Mother? remedy, easy to take, safe and pleasant. No home secure without it Croup. Coughs. Colds, Fevers. Quinsy. Catarrh, whether nose, throat or stomach. LMptheria and Sure Throats, all overcome by uMng Muco-Solvent. Costs only $1 : is worth its weight in diamond-. Write us. We need agent. Muco-Solvent Co., Chicago, 111. The Wayside Philosopher. Seldum FVdd (.musingly I s'pose it's true dat money talks. Soiled Spooner What of it? Seldum Fedd I was jest t inkin' sorrowfully how backward It has always been in holdin conversations wid me. New York World. To Secure Volunteers. Mrs. Gobang What are we to do to feet our five daughters married...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

a Chronic Dyspepsia Cured, ÄFTER sufferins for nearly thirty years from dyspepsia, Mrs. H. E. Dusdale, wife of a prominent business man of Warsaw, N. Y., writes: "For 26 years, I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a weak stomach. The lightest food produced distress, causing severe pain and the formation of pas. No matter how careful of my diet I suffered agonizing pain after eating. I was treated by many physicians and tried numerous remedies without permanent help. Two years apo I began taking Dr. Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills and Nervine- Within a week I commenced improving, and persisting in the treatment I was soon able to eat what I liked, with no evil effects I keep them at hand and a single dose dispels any old Symptoms." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists unaer a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address. DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind. C LAY V. MKTSKEK, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

H. 9Cl?e3nfccpcnccnt Friday, Septkmueu 23, i&jh. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Dallv. Kloepfer's store was advertised to open at Culver today. Marriage license for Sept 15: Kdward Glingle and Delia liimes. J. C. Kubn & Son opened their clothing store in Culver todav. Walnuts, hazel and hickory nuts are now waiting for the liest frost. For Sale--Blacksmith shop with good shoeing trade. Inquire at this ofliee. ltw Mrs..!. M. Wickizer is convalescent under the care of Dr. Wheelock, of Ft. Wayne. The infant child of Woo. Hutchings which died yesterday was buried this atternoon. Irvin Seiler and Attorney E. L. Oe camp, of Jiremen, were in the city today on business. Marshal Chanev sent two disorderly farmers home today. They had imbibed too much "tanglefoot." Head the new advertisements of J . H. West and of King A: Davis. They have interesting things to tell you. Mrs. K. Hartman and children have returned to K&ton, Ind., after visiting D. A. Elick in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, ... INDIANA, m id mmm. Elinor Happenings of the Past Week. tVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Kelijriou. Social am! Criminal Doing' or tiie Whole World Carefully Coodfi'- for Our Ke:der The Accider cord. Litil Pa. Rev. Paul De Schweinitz at Nazareth. Pa., has been elected as the third member of the provincial ?lders' conference by the Moravian synod. New York The Traveling Passenger Agente' Association and the Ticket Agents' Association have decided to amalgamate. Committee? will soon aoeet to arrange the details. Minonk. Ill Frank Mitchell of Chicago has taken charge of the Chicago and Minonk Coal and Tile Works as receiver. The busineFs will be con tinued under his supervision. Seattle. Wash.- Gold dust aggregating in value between $150.000 and $200.000 was brought by the steamer City of Seattle, which also had on board 150 Klondikers who left Dawson City Sept. 2. Frankfort. Ky. The grand jury indicted every coal me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

CDe Dap Star or m Orkticp's. A Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) "Duty again? Torrible word 'duty!-Beeni:-; to me the greatest enemy of all human joy and ease a.d love." said MHtfi. "Is it wicked of me. Dr. Halcrow? but I almost wish there was no such t :ins. We should all be so much happier without." "Not if dtity represents to M, as it fihould do. the will of God." .-aid Magnus, in a low voice. "Hut 1 should not wait. Miss Stuart: it is a Batter Of life and death. Let me bid you good-bye." "You will go then? Now I Vnov that my influence ovr you counts for nothing." said Lilith. She looked Straight into his eyes, and her own !Were wondrously soft and languid. Elspeth Troil shot one hurried, furtive glance troni her work, and she caught that look of Lilith's. She saw. too, lew Magnus Halerow first flushed llnd then grew pale before that look. There suddenly flashed into Elspeth's mind the re membra nee of a scene shrt had read about, where, in the dim. long-;t;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 23 September 1898

Cf?e3nbepcnbent Friday, Skptembkb 23, 1898. MARKET REPORT. Butter I4c Eggs 11c Chickens 8c Lard 7c Potatoes Xte Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal 100 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.2Ö Wheat 5 Kye 38 Corn 27 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.7Ö Timothy seed MO Alilhtseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 0.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton fi.OO to 7.0) Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2 00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Tuesday's Daily. M-.BS Francis Phillips is very sick with malaria. i I .ram Haker is confined to his home with malayrial fever. The Novelty has built a large addition to their dry kilne. ( iarro street near its juncture has been converted literally into a horse trading market. The foundation has been laid for a new residence on the I'arker farm west of this city. A wreck at Nutwood yesterday delayed No. 15 on the Vandalia last night several hours. Kverett Fields went to Lakeville this morning where he has taken charge of a barber shop. The followin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 September 1898

Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1898. No. 42. Be Alive To what is going on around you or you will get the worst of it. Look over our cn-eat line of Fall and Winter Suit'i tins week and get thoroughly posted on the Splendid Bargains. Don't put so much attention on Cuban affairs that you will be oblivious to all else. Our line of 1. is without an exception the Listen to These Few Specials: Men's Suits, gray, well trimr. eil, neatly gotten up, for $2.50. All sizes. lien's All-Wool Victor Suits, 1m owns and greys, sack style, thoroughly well and reliably made, with excellent durable trimmings, all sizes $3.97 Men's All-Wool Black Worsteds, sack or frock styles, maue as prim rod neat as tailored for $7.5 Try Us This Fall. Ball & Carabin, PLYMOUTH, IND. .Modern Samaritan ! the World. 1'lymouth Congress No. 5 Modern Samaritans of the World was instituted Thursday night in Woodmen hall with more than 30 members. The C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 September 1898

TALMAGITS SERMON. 'ENOUGH BETTER THAN TOO MUCH," THE SUBJECT. The Text is I. Chlk, gfj t-7. as l oll": "A Mill of t;reat Mature, Mom t i liters and 'lies Were ioi:r ami Twaty, si aa Back Baad etc. MslfOTBaation photographed, and for what leasou'.' Did BOt this parage slip in by mistake into the sacred Scriptures, as sometimes a paragraph utterly obnoxious to the editor gets into his newspaper daring his absence? Is not thic Scriptural errata? No, no; there is nothing haphazard ibout the Bible. Tbif passage of Scripture WW as certainly intended to he put iuto the Bible as the vrse. "In the beginning Cod created the heavens and the earth." or, 'Cod so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son." And 1 select it tor my text today because it is charged with practica and tremendous meaning. By the people or Cod the Philistines had been conquered, with the exception of a few giants. The race of giants is mostly extinct, I am glad to say. There is no use fur giants now except to en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 September 1898

i i t- PRACTICAL KINDNESS. Uue Duudred Thousand Grateful Soldiers. These war times have tried men's souls in many unexpected ways, but like a shaft of sunshine and good cheer out of the cloud of privation and endurance has been the work that The American Tobacco Co. has done among the U. S. Soldif rs and Sailors ever since the war began for when they discovered that the camps and hospitals were not supplied with tobacco they decided to provide them, free of cost, with enough for every man, and have already given outright to our Soldiers an:l Sailors over one hundred thousand pounds of "Battle Ax Plug" and "Duke's Mixture" Smoking Tobacco, anc Lave bought and distributed fifty thousand briar wood pipes, at a total cost of between fifty and sixty thousand dollars. This work has been done quietly and thoroughly, by establishing headquarters in each camp, so that every camp and every hospital of the United States Army has been supplied with enough tobacco for every man and the sailors o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 30 September 1898

Miraculous Benefit RECEIVED FROM Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. ELI P. BABCOCK, of Avoca, N. Y.. a v. term of the 3rd N. Y. Artillery and for thirty years of the Baboock & Munsel Carriage Co., of Auburn, says: "I write to express my cratitude for the miraclous benefit received from I r. Miles' Heart Cure. I suffered for yean, result of army life, from K&itica which affected my heart in the wo- -t form, my limbs swelled from the ar A es up. I bloated until I was unable to button my clothing had sharp pains about the heart, smothering spells and shortness of breath. For three months I was unable to lie down, and all the sleep I pot was in an arm chair. I WM treated by the best doctors but gradually grew worse. About a year ago I commenced taking Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and it saved my life as if by a miracle." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first but tlx benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerve...

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