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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 14 October 1898

SUPPLEMENT. f?e3nfopcnfccnt Friday, October 14. 1888. THK WHKAT I'KOSPHKITY. Those who a few months ago were shouting prosperity on the strength of ''dollar wheat" for the farmer, are still insisting that prosperity abounds, although their tone is a trifle more subdued, and "dollar wheat" does not appear in the refrain. But then we must not be captious over little things. So long as we have prosperity what difference does it make whether we have 'dollar wheat" or ufifty-cent wheat ?" At the present time wheat is worth 15 to 55 cents on the western according to location. Cotton has made a new low water record, selling in Xew York down to the merest fraction above five cents. With wool, corn and oats also edging toward the low record mark, the agriculturists who constitute nearly half of our industrial population may well inquire as to the real nature of the prosperity which abounds and who has it. The fact is that while there has I been rather more business activity lately than durin...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

8 00009 UP shall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1898. No. 4". 3 a1 Mar Don't Miss OUR SALE! OCT SEE SMALL BILLS. F. A. FORBES. MA BEET HEPOHT. Rutter.... Me Eggs 14c Chickens tfc Lard Ic Potatoes 2 to Flou' pevcwt 2.40 to 2.HO Corn me;il 1.00 1 Hogs pe: hd 4.00 Cattle 4. O Wheat 80 Rye 3 Corn B Jats U Clover seed 2.75 Timothy seed &00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 6.50 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to T.y Marsh hay per ton 3.0Q to 4.0(1 t raw per load 2 00 Furnished by F.d. S. Hogarth A Co. Stubborn COLDS A stubborn cold ia easily taken ; it sticks to some people all winter and very often develops into bronchitis or consumption. You should cure a cold Srompdy by taking Dr. Bull's Cough yrup. This celebrated remedy is acknowledged to be most efficient and reliable for all affections of the throat and lungs. It cures a cold at once. Dr.Bull's Cough Syrup Promptly cures Stubborn Colds. Doses are small J pleasant to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. G. W. METSKER, Pub and Prop. 7LTMOUTH, - - - INDIANA. D Minor Happenings ol the Past Week. EVENTS OF L.fST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Iteligiou. Social and CiImI 1 Döing of tlif Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Headers The Accident Kfcord. St. Louis, Mo. John W. Edwards ßhot and killed A'exander Chariton, whose divorced wife figures in the tragedy. Edwards is a son of the late Col. David Edwards, a prominent patent medicine man in Minneapolis. Washington. Services in all of the Episcopal churches were conducted by bishops of the churches who are now here in attendance upon the general council. In some of the churches special services were held. Washington. In a letter to A. E. Orr, vice chairman of the Red Cross relief committee. Surgeon General Sternberg of the army states that the government is now fully equipped for the care of sick aohlSers in the line of special food, and that QOtskk Bid is no longer needed. London. Floods In Japan have doo great dama...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

9 1 a 5. Ork Tili iLUV V W A Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. CHAPTER X. "Von will break the news to Miss Halm,., r said Elspeth gently. An hour fa id p . sou. and 11 that Blspeth and Evan, assisted by the terrified servants, eonld do for Magnus Halcrow had beea done. He lay unconscious. ;t ghastly cut, hastily bandaged In amateur fash loa by Evan, aero:- i his head; :ut with what other injuria. Internal or external, they did not I : The doctor who had been wired for had telegraphed that he wafl on his way to Crag Castle; but he could not be there or an boar yet. "I canned leave you alone." objected j Monteith. "Do not mind m: I shall be all right," said Blspeth hastily. Ml sap- ; pose" she paus. ;! with - sudden shudder "nothing can be done for her?" Mon. 'ith shook hi bead. There vas a strange expressioa on his face. "Nothing" he said. "You must promi- me on no ace. ant to go into the room, Miss Troll It can do no j good to the dead, and may harm you. You will promise?" "Ye.-." said...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

A Shattered Nervous System. FINALLY HEART TROUBLE. Restored to Health by Dr. Miles' Nervin. Ii y MR. EDWARD HARDY, the jolly mana per of Sheppard Co's. jrreat store at Braeeville, 111., writes: "I bad never been sick a day in my life until in 1S90. I pot so bad vith nervous prostration that I bad to give np sad commence to doctor. I tried our local physicians and one in Joliet, but uom j:u'c nie any relief and I thought I was jroin;; to die. I became despondent and suffered untold igODJ. I could not eat, sleep nor rest, and it seemed as if I could not exi-t. At the end of six months I was reduced to but a shadow of myself, and at last my hi art became affected and I was truly -miserable. I took six or eight bottles of Dr. Miles' Nervine. It pave me relief from the sturr. nr. 1 it lat a cure, the great est blessin? of my life." Dr. Miles Remedies are sold by all druggists und r a positive guarantee, first lottle benefits or money refunded. B(Xk on diseases of the heart arid nerves fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

Buck's Cash I?c3nbepcnbcnt Friday, Octobeh 21. 18.8. LOCAL BREVITIES From Friday's Dallv. Mrs. C. O. Smith is quite low. lilt, l'hilipp Hall is reported III. Tipton had a SSOyOOO fire yesterday. James Ryan, who is in his, 80th year, is on the eick list. Mi sb Mabel Miller, who is confined with scarlet fever in south Plymouth is convalescing rapidly. (Grandma Rightly is very sick. She wis removed to the residence of F. M. McCrory this morning. Dr. Wiseman, of Culver, was in the city today. He has returned from a medical conference in Cleveland. The uniformed secret orders, of Kokomo, headed bv the Knights of Pythias will build an auditorium at Kokomo. Mrs. Uev. EU Myers, of Argot, and Mrs. I'ickrel, also of that town, were the guests of Rev. Smith and family yesterday. "Patsy" Norton, of Evan-viMe, knock ed out "Spider" Kelly, of California, at Portland, Indiana, Wednesday night i ; the seventh round. Minas Lowe, of Columbus, died Thursday, aged 73 years. He had been married three ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

Full Accent of fh ers and the DEAD IN THE BATTLE AT VIRDEN. BILYEN, PRANK, Mount Olhre, striking miner. BSE N N E MAN. DANIEL, of Girard, striking miner. CARROLL, W. . deputy, believed to be from Chicago. CLARKSON, W. W.. deputy, lute from the soldiers' home at Leavenworth, Kan. GREENE, EDWARD, of Mount Oliv., striking miner. KUTELLA, JOSEPH, striking miner. K ! LEY, D. H.. Chicago and Alton policeman, shot through the head. MORGAN, ALBERT, of Chicago, snard in the stoc kade. PRESTON, THOMAS, ex-police lieutenant of Chicago, hoi in stomach by tailitia. SMITH. ELLIS, of Mount Olive, striking miner. WELCH, EDWARD, of Springfield, striking miner. EVBTER. J. F., storekeeper at Virden. riddled with bullets. WOUNBKD ON THE TRAIN. engineer ol the train, of Bloonington, shot through the KTGAR, 11. A. righ. ::rtit. MASSER. WILLI A.M. a deputy, shot in MACK. PATRICK, a deputy, shot in thigh. PALMER, JAMES, a deputy, formerly of the Third Nebraska infantry, I S. volunteers, shot in face ami sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

Beauty 13 711oog irrp. Clean blood means a clean skin. No hrrtuty without it. t'n-earet.- Candy Catharti c!t:tiis your blotxl ami kcem it denn, by stirring up the la;:y liver and ill iTuajrall BpvritiM tro:n flip loriy. Begin to-day 10 bauil) pimples, bolls, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly biliouscomplexion In taking Paar Tati heoutv for ten rents. AUdrmr- gists, satisfaction guaranteed. 10c, 25c, joc A Hard Case. Is Challei , the artist, as bad as he i painted?" Worse: he is as bad as he paints." -Philadelphia Call. Hanle Crook. Mich., Sept. 7. "98: Iwassufferlc7 from nervous headache sad one of coat s H- bCttvche 'apsuh s c ured it. Mrs. Guy Crane, lu .tuu Oe at ;i 11 druggists. Beauty is like a cooking stove no 1 ? . , good when the fuel gives put To Cure Const, patloa I -r,-ver. Tak; CawUifcl Candy Cathartic 10o or JSc. ; I' C c. fail to cure, draggista refund money. Some men drink for the shakes and others shake for the chinks. Cots Nothing t Try Fr. Sennelt' En m el Crea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

" ttlbat 1$ One man's Co$$ 1$ Another's Gain " YWUV Owing to the unfavorable warm weather, we find ourselves overstocked with all kinds of 2 Merchandise and are compelled to commence a A CLEA GIGANTIC ING SA E! We will cut and slash goods in every department. Commencing in the Domestic department we will sell A 4c Unbleached Muslin at 3c A GAc Bleached, good soft finish, at 44c Fruit of the loom, worth 8c, in this sale at. . . .5'c Best Calico, any kind, at 4c Good turkey red or dark Fancy Calico at 3c Best 10c Canton Flannel at 7c Good Canton Flannel at 34c (iood Vests and Pants, each 19c. Union Suit, each 25c. All Spool Cotton, per spool, 3c. Silk Lined Jackets at $5.00. Astrachan Capes at $3.50. All kinds of Notions at cut prices. Cloaks at less than manufacturers1 prices. 36-in. Percale at 6c, 8c Mannelettes at 11 36-in. All Wool Dress Flannel at 25c Good Dress Goods, great variety, 10c, 15c, 19c, 25c Best Broadcloths at $1.00 54-in. Dross Flannels, worth 75c, at 50c Good Fleece...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 21 October 1898

SUPPLEMENT. Cf?e3nfcepenbent Friday, October 21, 1898. 'OPENING THE BOOK"." The "Ideal Chairman" who is "opening the books" in order to continue his "fat take" for another four years, if he can get the voters into his way of thinking, has made out a case, so he thinks, against Gene Marshall and Frank Brooke. In the case of the former he has sought to prove dishonesty; in the case of the latter he argues that one man should not have a good thing , for so long a time. The Democrat on the contrary has investigated the records of our friends Mickey and the present force in the clerk's office. The Democrat has made out its case against Mickey to the effect that he sold county wheat and applied the money to his personal use. It has also shown that the "Ideal Chairman" is an importation from Newton county , that he has been gobbling up the money of the tax-payers and pays scarcely any taxes at all. So here we are. If both the "Ideal Chairman" and the Democrat are correct, the voter is cert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

IT Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1898. I and your object is accomplished. For instance, present them with a m Of Cashmere or Remember, no such an opportunity has ever been offered to purchase a dress pattern of any weave, make or style as is now offered you at the Great Profit-Sacrificing Sae going on at the BIG STORE. You need not be afraid of having an old out-of-date pattern panned off on you, but you can purchase the very latest to be shown on the market AT YOUR OWN PRICE not ours. Come in and convince yourself of these statements. Ball & Carabin PLYMOUTH, IND. KENDALL BLOCK BURKS UP. Over $20,000 Went 1 1 In Smoke Friday The Kendall block on the corner of Michigan and Importe streets was com pleiely destroyed by tire Friday night. Tbe alarm was turned in shortly after 10 o'clock and the fire department responded promptly. When they arrived smoke was oozing from all parte of the building though no blaze di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKER, Pub. nd Pro. PLYMOUTH, - . INDIANA. ur 'it j Of the Past 1 Minor Happenings Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Kelifrious, Social antl Cr mloal Doing of the Whole World t artfully m ned for Our Readers The Accident Record Camp Meade. Pa. Gov. Buehnell of Ohio reviewed the Xinth Ohio colored battalion and the Tenth Ohio. Houston, Texas M. Pariera, a traveling man of Albany, N. Y., was shot and killed by George D. Moss, whose wife he was accused of having insulted. Halifax A vessel thought to be the barkentine Irma of Liverpool has gone ashore on Thrunicap Shoals, and the crew is believed to have been drowned. Middleton. Pa. Gen. Graham has begun an investigation at Camp Meade into the recent "spread eagling ' of three private soldiers by Lieut. Col. Moore. Cincinnati, Ohio The amount of coal now on its way to this city on the present rise in the Ohio aggregates about 4.000,000 bushels;, requiring 250 barges and twenty-five coal boats to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

ap knap's. or WS N A Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. CHAPTER XIL Two months later, on a stormy day In late October, lis gam Halerow and Elspeth Tirol are standing together within sight of the Rowan Crag. It Is probably the last time they shall do so, for Elspeth leaves Orkney with Lady V.Ystray tomorrow. The Westray children 1 ave been proved the heirs of her late husband's property, and Cruy, Castle will be shut up and uninhabited during their minority. The horror of that terrible day comes back again to Elspeth. and she Bhudders involuntarily. Then Magnus Bays slowly: "You shiver. Miss Troil. Forgive me for alluding to that terrible time, but I must do ao just thiö onre. 1 have no wish to steak against the dead, but I wish to disabuse your mind of the idea that I loved Lfllth Stuart. She fascinate-!, enthralled me. as she had done other men before that was all When I saw tar as she was her beautiful exterior merely a covering for a warped and sei f-m groaaed soul my heart turned fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

Her Health Restored THE misery of tleeplecauMai can only be realized by those who lmvo experienced it. Ner ousnc-ss, sleeplessness, headaches, neuralgia and thai miserable feeling of unrt t, can surely bo cured by Dr. Miles' Rostor.it iv.- N rviiu . So certain is Dr. Miles of this fact thai all dru-.'rists are authorized to refund price paid fur the fir-t bottle tried, providing it does not benefit. Mrs. Henry Bruns, wife of the veil known blacksmith at Grand Junction, Iowa, says: ''I was trouble 1 with sle-pl n ss, nervousness, headaeh and irregular menstruation; suffering unti id nii ry for years. I used various advertised remedies for female complaints besides being under the care of local physicians, without help. I noticed in Dr. Miles' advertisement the testimonial of a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and I shall never cease to thank that lady. Her testimonial induced me to use Dr. Miles' Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

Thoughtless folkfl look at the prices. Cautious ones look at quality. Wise ones do both, and boy the Best Stoves for the Least Money of BUCK, The Cash Hardware Man. Friday, Octobkm 28, lb.8. LOCAL BREVITIES From Friday' allv. Several mew' -a of the 100 Indiana were on our streets today. Grace Thomaf who resides in the country is reported quite ill. Mrs. lirad Southworth is reported quire sick in Washington, D. C Mrs. E. Steiler went to South Bend this morning, where she will live in the future. Harry Harris, whose illness has been reported from time to time is rapidly convalescing. Mrs. E. J. Coltrin, of Perry, Iowa, arrived today to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs. Moor. A freak, in the shape of a white nigger, was one of tfat passengers on the 10:3b train this luorning. Rev. W. W. Raymond and wife are again in Plymouth after an extended Visit in Washington, D. C. Peter Ulrich sr., of Port Washington, Ohio, is in the city, having been called here by the death of his son Will....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

CHICAGO CELEBRATES President McKinley and Many Notables Attendance. The Occasion Marked By Unbounded Enthusiasm and Patriotism. PHOGRAM AS CARHIED OUT. MONDAY OCT. IT. 8 a. m. to 12 n.--Reception to distlagilialu d gu sta at tin butyls. 2.20 p in. President McKinley r -ccives the degree of UU D. in Kent theat-.T, university of Chicago, from Dr. WW ua it. Harper. 3:45 p. m. Public reception to President KeKinley at First Regiment armor.Ifiebigan avenue and Sixteenth street. Tl i:si. Y OCT, 18. 10:00 p. iii.-- Jubilee mass meeting at the Auditorium, attended by President McKinley and addressed by Charles Truar. George R. Peek. Carter H. Harrison, ärchbiohop Ireland, Judge Eraorv S;.- r. 1:96 p m. Jubilee mass meetings in the pablic schools. S p. m. Jubilee mass meetings at Stadebaker hall, Columbia thanh r, First Regiment armory. Second Regiment armory and North Side Turner hail. Speakers At Columbia theater, Gen. Velson A. Miles, Booker T. Washington; at First Regiment armory, Gen. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

&TATI of Ohio. City of Toledo, i c. Ln AS COI NTT, 1 Fran'i: J. Cheney makes oath that he is the 8 nior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney &Co.. Ä Inf DOsiBCaa in Ihc City of Toiedo. County and State aforesaid, and that said linn will pay the sum of ONE HUNDR1 I DOLLAKS for each and every CMC of Catarrh that cannot !e cured bv the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn t before m- and subscribed in my presence, this Cth day of December. A. D. iss& (Seal.) A. W. tl LEASC N. Notary Public Hall's Catarrh Cure is ta!en internally, and acts directlv on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free, F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toiedo. Q. Sold bv Pnipeists. T.'ic Hairs "Family Pills uro the best. Gennirie Metal. Did his words have the right ring about them?" asked her mother, fit," said the Sweet Young Thing. nasemnt ring." New York World. Valuable and Free. A book of 40 r .if'c-. How mothers and children mav e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 28 October 1898

Cl?e3nbepenbent I Friday, October 28, 18U8. MARKET REPORT. Butter 14c Eggs 15c Chickens tic Lard Gc Potatoes 20c Flour percwt 2.20 to 2.40 Corn meal 1.00 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle AM Wheat 60 Rye 38 Corn 2ö Cats 15 Clover seed 2.75 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 1.00 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay pei ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per loao 2.00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Tueeday's Dally. Ira Holem of Twin Lakes who has been working in this city returned home today. Rev. Süyder of Donaldson returned to his home today, having spent three weeks at Three Rivers, Mich. The Independent is the only Plymouth paper that gives a complete report of the political speeches of both political parties. Bishop Kademacher, of Fort Wayne, has issued a proclamation directing all Catholic schools in this diocese to observe Lafayette day with appropriate programs South Bend will in the near future have a rescue home where fallen wome...

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

Üoanty Library Janl 03 Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1898. No. 4' 6b and your object is accomplished. For instance, present them with a Ks Of Cashmere or Remember, no such an opportunity has ever been offered to purchase a dress pattern of any weave, make or style as is now offered you at the Great Profit-Sacrificing Sale going on at the BIG STORE. You need not be afraid of having an old out-of-date pattern panned off on you, but you can purchase the very latest to be shown on the market AT YOUR OWN PRICE-not ours. Come in and convince yourself of these statements. Ball & Carabin PLYMOUTH, IND. N. E. WOOD, A. M., M. D., President Chicago Medical and Surgical Institute 617 LaSalle Avenue, Chicago, III. (Eatablharit in birum Slnrr 51 y 1st, ls.S.) The oldest, largest, moot reliable und aur-eafiil airdleal lii.tltntluii in the Northwest. I i . t . ... ... i . rniiir ruuma mr puiu'lll Willi IU"IIIMe lor ull earrfr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 November 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. G W. MET. IER, Pub. and Prop. FLTMOUTH, - - - INDIANA. Minor Happenings of the Week, Past EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. l'olitiral. Religion. Social atol Criminal Doing. of the Whole World Crtrefully Condensed for Our Header The Aciilent Kreon!. Vienna The remains of the late Em press Elizabeth of Austria were transferred to their npal resting place in the vaults of the Capuchin church. where, they now lie beside the remains ; of the late Crown Prince Rudolph. San Francisco- The steamer Portland, which arrived from Sr. Michael's, brings important news of the arctic whalint: fleet. The C&tch up to Oct. 10 was one of the largest on record and represented in round numbers abou" 51,000,000. St. Louis. Mo.-John F. Coyle. a member of the Nineteenth lTnite;l States infantry, was shot to death by John Derr, a ember of company A. Twenty-first United States infantry. The tnig- i;y rci :::,(! in a .-aloon ou (Jreer avenue. New York The report of the lateCol. Wa...

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