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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 November 1898

T Military Ton of Xew Dances. Harper's Bazar calls attention to the military tone of the new dances this winter. Admiral Dewey g:ves hl name to a new figure for a cotiilon. In the Dewey figure after marching and coiinter-niairhiner. the lines of opposing dancers carry on a brisk battle with confetti, whose colored paper ribbona fairly enmesh the company in a great rain-how-like web. There are rt ill other military figures the c-ha; of the light brigade, the stars and stripes, and the imperial guards. Thp cadet lancers, instead of being dar. ; in squares, becomes really a diagonal dance, with resulting figures in the shape of triangles and stars. 8100 Reward. 8100. The readers of thN na'ptr will tie plcsscu to learn that there Is at least one dreaded dlw as that science has beta able to cure in aii ;ts f.ta?es and that la Catarrh. Hall s Catarrh Cure is the onlv positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional tn atm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 November 1898

Friday, Nov km heu lb, mn. MARKET REPORT. Butter 14c Egg8 M Chickens 4c to 5c Lard Potatoes 22 to 25c Flour per cwt 2.00 Corn meal 1-00 Hogs per hd 3.00 to 3.10 Cattle 4Ä Wheat W Rye 38 Corn to to Oats 15 Clover seed 2." Timothy seed 2.00 Milht seed 100 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton oUU to4.uu Straw ner load 2 00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Frank Boss is still engaged on a case at Bremen. W. II. Albert is attending the Grand Ledge of the L O. O. F. at Indianap olis. Harvey Steel has moved with his mother in law, Mrs. II. Benham. on Plum street. C.T. Mattingly left today noon on a business trip to Huntsville, Ala , and Nashville. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirklev of La pa were in the city today on their way to Tennessee and Georgia. South Bend business men have per fected an organization to look after the commercial interests of that city. Mrs. Kd Wheeler returned to her home...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

4 Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1898. No. 50. Our Grand Closing Out Sale Continues Thirty Days Longer. Take Advantage of the Opportunity to Obtain Goods at Wholesale Prices, Ball & Carabin PLYMOUTH, IND. Special Announcement. M(XS(8XSXSX8) We have too many goods. Our counters are loaded with the best things of this season's productions which, on account of the continued warm weather have not moved as we would like them to. From now on you can buy anything in our stock of Men's, Boys and Children's Suits, Overcoats and Pants at a Liberal Uniform Discount. Take advantage of this offer and buy your winter goods now. Men's Beaver or Chinchilla Overcoats, 00 QQ would be cheap at $5, now OOivO Men's Jersey Overshirts, only 30 CBntS. Men's Heavy Duck Coats, Blanket lined, 75 C6ntS. Husking Gloves, worth 50c, now 25 Cents. Get Our Prices Before You Buy flout we Save You Money. DUN K A B DS To COM E. BUSINESS MEN MEET...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, C. W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. FLTMOUTH, - - INDIANA, m i! I ; Minor Happenhgs of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political. KeUgiena, Social anil Criminal 1. : of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Header-The Accident Keeord. Danvers. 111. John L. Short hose died very suddenly at his homo near this place. He was aired 71. Streator. 111.- The congregation of the Church of Good Will Toward Men dedicated its new homo. Wehster City. In. -Fire destroyed H. E. Daley's livery bam. It is .-.cid that a hostler was burned to death. Irnsing. Web. While quail hunting. OeraM R. Van Baren, a prominent business m:in. was accidentally killed. Pontia.-. in.- Judge Et R. Wallace has been appointed receiver of the Pontiac Water. Light and Power company. Montgomery, Ate. The Alabama senate has passr-d ;i resolution Inviting President McKinley t- visit the state capital Dec. it. Middle Inlet. Wis. William Menoso. a laborer, shot Matt Durfee and then turned the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

A FELON'S LOVE. BY HENRY W. CHAPTER I It is .1:r.t fifteen year.- or MN since the quiet, bund rum little village of Sledgemere became famous f r a brief period, on account of th'- commieaion of a dreadful crime. fftedgemere is an out-of-;iie-way spot in SMms, h.tviug to this day no railway station within nino miles, and boasting only two gentlemen's residences and a ricarage. For nt arly thirty years the parson hail preached, and hit? parishioners bad listened. Thor- had been sqnabi tei betweea the Vicar and the Sqnlre abonr ehaacel rights. There had been good seasons and had; nine-day seanbüs had been cherished and nursed: hnl never before had the sober. stOWgoias people of the Tillage beta o atterlj startled froan iheir dreamy, ev-ery-day existence as they were on that mnm: Hde Hftorning of the 14th of July. 18About ball a mile from tie- Squire's house and on the opposite side of the viilan there wis a pretty old mansion called HYoylca, ah Ich had been occupied for a conaiderablc ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

At Four Score. Dr. Miles' Nervine Restores Health. UNCLE EZEKIEL OBEAR. assessor and tax collector, Beverly. Mass., who has passed t be 80th life mile stone, says: "Dr. Miles' R.-storative Nervine has done a great deal of good. I suffered foi-years from sleeplessness and nervous heart trouble. Would feel weary and used up in the morning, had no ambition and my work seemed a burden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under protest as I bad tried so many remedies unsuccessful; I thought it no use. But it gave me r( 1 sleep, a good appetite and restored r . o energetic health. It is a grand pood medicine, and I will gladly write anyone inquiring, full particularsof my sat isfactory experience." Dr. Ufte1 Remedies are sold uy all drupgists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of tbe heart and nerves free. Address, DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. Ind. Cf?e3nfcepenfccnt CLAY W. MKTSKER, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

Court - marshaling i is a serious affair to the person tried; but trials and investigations a r e courted by me on my fine line of Stoves, Morse Blankets AND ALL HARDWARE. BUCK'S CASH HARDWARE. f?e3nfcepenfcent Fkiday, November 2., lHUh. LOCAL BREVITIES. From rYtday's Dallv. Subscribers desiring to pay their subscription with wood should bring It in next week. P. I. Grube has moved on hiB farm in tn ,nmitr" Miss Holds Gibson, who has been sick for some time, is not improved. Mrs B. F. Moore ot West township is isitiog her daughters in Wakarusa. A. C. Hume and wife are attending a Sunday-school Convention at Goshen, Indiana. Lew Swearingen is making preparations to bring his cigar factory from Logansport to Plymouth. Mrs. Anna lirugh, of New Carlisle, has been called to the bedside of her cousin Mrs. Dr. Wilson of this city. J. S. flush, the former proprietor of the South Side drug store, has removed to Sheldon, 111., where be will go into business. A North Liberty man attempted to s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

P)l(; iP2 r -c7 j Our Thank.Hi;iTlng. By Helen Chaffee. We'd thought on tbia Thunksgivin' To eat our punkin pie With deal ld mother at the tens, As in the days gone by. But greater Por than we had willed That mother shouldn't stay. Ac' theo we couldn't uar the farm, When she had slipped away. 80 brother John, hp sent me word Ter visit him a e?pell. An' ear in ity! Thanksfrivin' Day Up at his big hotel. Well. Sech a bill o' fare as that I never see afore. With all the things I ever eat An several dozen more. 3 labors bard to do my part At talk an" etiquette; Though John was hardened to this world. Sometimes his eyes wua wet. 1 knew that though his purse could buy The costliest kind of dish. For mother's rare Thanksgivln' treat He often felt a wish. An when I left him for rh night, I couldn't help but say. "It ain't the food ner y it the styl That makes Thank givin' Day." ff " m m TranKsqnruM "Wo are the first," whispered Nellie, a. she seated herself near the reading desk. "How queer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

WESTWARD HO! 1 ii '. ormitt ion for the Traveler. WhciMVM the traveler, tourist or business man is westward bound he must not fail to travel via the Rio Jrande Western railway "Greet Salt Lake Rente.'' It is the only transcontinental line passing directly through Salt Lake Cltjr, ami in addition to the glimpse it affoiils of the Temple City, the Great Salt Lake and pict iresane Salt Lak and I'tah Valley, if ffers choice of three distinct routes tnrouh the mountains and the most magnificent scenery in the world. The Ric Grande Western railway is just as popular in winter as In summer. On all Pacific Coast tourist tickets stop-overs are granted at Denver, Colorado Springs, Manitou. l.adville. GlenWood Springs. Salt Lake City, Ofden and other points of Interest. Double daily train service and through Pullman and Tourist sleeping cars between Denver and San Francisco and Los Angeles. For illustrated pamphlets descriptive of the "Great Salt Lake Route.- write K. Cope.an.l. General Agent....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 November 1898

(f?e 3nöepenbent Friday, November 25, 1898. A PRIMARY ELECTION LAW. Both parties in their platforms declared that a law for the regula tion of the primaries is necessary, ind pledged themselves to insure its enactment. The primary under the present practice, is unsatisfactory. Liable to abuse, it has been abused. Open to fraud is the first resort. In both parties thousands who should attend the primary no longer attend because in sharp contests, those meetings are too much like mobs. Men who will not vote for the candidate nominated are easily induced to go to the primaries and help to nom'nate. In other ways the primary, as now conducted, is the weak spot in our system of elections, for the reason that one of the other of the sets of candidates nominated will be elected, so that those who vote a ticket at an election simply ratify the work which is done hurriedly and thoughtlessly at best. Therefore, it is as important that the law should regulate the primary as well as the selecti...

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

Jani Marshall County Independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1898. No. 51. Bargains Extraordinary. Special for Saturday. Saturday we place on sale a Special Lot of Men's Overcoats and Men's and Boys' Suits (long pants.) These are first class suits and overcoats all wool, too. They are in broken sizes this our reason for this great sacrificing sale. Men's Overcoats, formerly sold for . $7 to $10, on sale from Saturday, P4i5' Men's Overcoats, formerly sold for $6.5 ) to $10, on sale from Saturday, fg at $2.50 to 3 Men's and Boy's Suits (long pants) formerly sold for $7 to $10, on sale from Sahir- (fr wms day 3'5 Come while this selection is large and be convinced of this great bargain. Ball & Carabin PLYMOUTH. I NO. Special Announcement. We have too many goods. Our counters are loaded with the best things of this season's productions which, on account of the continued warm weather have not moved as we would like them to. From now on you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 December 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. CL W. METSKER, Pub. and Pro PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA, fl Minor Happenings of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Folitiral. KHiiou. .Social anil Criminal Doing uf the t hole World Carefully Condensed for Our Readers The Ac rldent Kecurd. Wapella. III Merrill Jones, aged 16. was instantly killed by the accidental discharge of his shotgun. Terre Haute. Ind. Leases covering over 509 acres of land in this county ha been taken by eastern capitalists who ire confident of striking oil. London- Prof. Georgs Jann a Allinan. a well-known biologist, is dead. He was bora at Cork in 1812. Rome During a hurricane at Genoa the German cruiser Hertha was in collision with and greatly damaged the Italian steamers Scylla and Marco Polo. Bvunsrille, Ind. -Will Raines, aged 1CJ years, committed suicide because his sweetheart. Mamie Doe n eh. refused to UCCOinpanj him home from a ball. Indianapolis, Ind. Lucy Wells. Sä years old, was sitting by an open grate in her home when her ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 December 1898

A FrXO.YS LOVE. L BY HENRY '. CHAPTER ill Far SWS in the interior Dl NsSJ South Wales, no: many niiU-s from the herders of Smith Australia, there is a lovely stn i h of country kick, at tus iirst glance, a stranger would lossnine to he on.- vas; plain, it is a beStttl" fully nndniatliifl country in reality, with lOW hill, and WtdC-ipWSulPl valleys, betti ud clamps of Mtok anil pine, ami la rse lauuons. which, when 8214 l the winter (tin, art' the report of tin- various wlM-fowl with vhi'it ill ' country sboundf. rionn of valleys contain va-u stretches of d.'iiso scrub, wlnlst others present a tempting pastor.- for tU" lionlri of ktttgkfOOt. In IOBM parts WhOK dama have been made to save the w;. er, there are huts and sheep yards, and tsr-sway out-ststloai whew Solitary men dwelt, tSfMiiBg tin Mocks committed to their care, using no living KMtl for months together. and wis.iiiiv ii si none. These hatters." as they are t erased, frconcntly o raviru; mail, and the generality of them ar...

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

From Extreme Nervousness. THAT no one remedy can contain the elements ncies;ary to cure all diseases, is a fart well known to everyone. Dr. Miles' Sytcm of Restorative Remedies consists of seven distinctively different preparations, each for its own purpose. Mrs. L ('. Bramley, 37 Flenry St., St. Catherines, Ontario, writes: "For years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoying const ipat ion, developing Into palpitation and weakness of the heart. I was unable to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain in my left side, palpitation and & constant feeling of weakness and prostration. I began using Dr. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver Pills and the Anti-Pain Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain and headache I soon felt much Improved and the pains and aches and weariness left me. I then t.xIc Dr. Miles' Restorative Tonic and am now rotorcu to my former good health." Dr. Miles' Keniedies are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 December 1898

Court marshaling Stoves, Horse Blankets AND ALL HARDWARE. BUCK'S CASH Cf?e3nfcepenbent Friday, Decembeb 2, 1898. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Dallv. R. A. Chase attended institute at Bourbon today . Appraisers wer here settling for the Kendall loss today. The foot-ball game at Bremen yes terday resulted in a tie. Rabbit hunters were more plentiful tnan rabbits Thanksgiving day. Marriage license recorded Nov. 23: Harvey Gray and Myrtle Adams. J. M. Hay has returned to Chicago after attending the funeral of his sister. Mrs. Dr. Wils n. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young, of South Plymouth is reported quite sick. Mrs. Shakes and son left last evening for a series of visits, the first being with her parents a Menterey. C. E. Nyhart whose foot was penetrated with a nail on Friday of last week is able to be out again. Mrs. F. Hoffhein, of Barron, Wis., who has been visiting Andrew Turkey five miles west, returned home today. Fred Steinbacn and Mae Griffin, of Bourbon, were t...

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

HELD iN CHECK. la 1838 a DM named Tappan :n vd With hl family from New York to the remote west, sniil family cODi ll sting, besides himself. of a wife and six children, lie had failed in business; was broken in spirit; hit children, Ikthought, seeded fresh air; o h accepted a a gift from his brother B ?.sptiact of land upon the edga of the wilderness and settled thereon. con enterprising people besau to settle beyond him. and titers came to bo nrich travel past his door; and as en act of humanity he frequently entertained wayfarers. As these calls upon Iiis hospitality became more and more frequent he enlarged hi houeend pot up an Innkeeper's sign. X'.t ions after this a party of young Bea, eifht or ten in number, well mounted, were returning by a roundabout, 'vay from an elect ioneering expditio Toward the middle of the af'ernoon they reined up before Tap-pan.-door, pretty well ander the influen- r- of various kinds of firry lluid, and, having djtaonnted and secured their horses, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 December 1898

1 Bxrarslonn to tho Went and Sonthwett Via Missouri Pacilic Railway and Iron Mountain Routo. Do not conclude your arrangements tor your California trip until you get full particulars of our Pacific Coast Limited." a n. v and paiatial Pullinan vestibuled train. "A Summer Hout- for Winter Travel," and only Ütrss days to California. Through Pullman tourist ill pel to California and Portland. Ore. liar', excursions on the first and third Tuesday of each month to certain points In the west, and southwest at one fare, plus $2. Writ:' tor full information, map folders, land books about Missouri, Arkansas, Texas. Kansas or Nphraska. Address Bissel! Wilson. I) P. A.. Ill Adams street. Chicago. Safety. "What do you think of Ceneral Wcyler?" askfd one Spanish politician. "Is he what yotTd all a safe man in an einergencv?' "Cndouhtcdly," answered the warm partisan. Look at his record. Wh :i there was trouble in Cube he tievtr Kot any closer than the telegraph office. Whv. he was one of the safe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 2 December 1898

Friday, December 2, 1898. MARKET REPORT. Butter I4e Eggs w; Chickens 4c to 5c Lard Potatoes 22 to 25c Flour per cwt 2.00 Corn meal 100 Hogs per hd 3.00 to 3.10 Cattle 425 Wheat 00 Rye 38 Corn . 2o to B Oats l-r Clover seed 2.75 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 Ed. S. Hogarth A Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday Daily. Kabbits are on the market by the hundreds. Jake Ringer's child in the country is reported ill . Bert Apple is reported very sick with the erysipelas. Mrs. Mariah Ritter near Wolf Creek is undergoing a severe illness. Oliver Gerselmar was called to Culver today to attend a sick relative. Lovd Brooke, the young son of Kd S. Brooke, has been ill with fever for the past week. He is now convalescent. Mrs. N. Bruch, of New Carlisle, returned home today having attended the funeral of Mrs. Dr. Wilson of this city. Geo. Rosenbury, who has lately return...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

v Marshall County Independent PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FjKIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1898. Vol. 4. No. 52. T Bargains Extraordinary. Special for Saturday. Saturday we place on sale a Special Lot of Men's Overcoats and Men's and Boys' Suits (long pants.) Tbese are first class suits and overcoats all wool, too. They are in broken sizes this our reason for this great sacrificing sale. Men's Overcoats, formerly sold for a $7 to $10, on sale from Saturday, P4fö Men's Overcoats, formerly sold for $6.50 to $10, on sale from Saturday, fr at $2.50 to VU Men's and Boy's Suits (long pants) formerly sold for $7 to $10, on sale from Saturday $35" Come while this selection is large and be convinced of this great bargain. Ball & Carabin PLYMOUTH, IND. SHOOTING AT KOKOlo I lib Alfter- You Can Buy a Suit or an Overcoat as cheap now as you can a month from now so it's to your advantage to buy now and get 30 days wear free. We are making very close prices on all overcoats and winter suit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

V THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. G W. METSKER, Pub and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA, 'VI Minor Happenings of the Past Week. NEWS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. I'ul'ln.i!. Ii, 1 1 l; I. .11. .0 ill ;tnl I rimiii:tl BtaSBSjfl f (he Whole World Carefully CmmIMMN fir Our Ueuilei-. The efMMI Keeoiel. Oshke h. Wla. The saloon men of Oahhoab are ones Maina tu ebaadon DreC llMlrh counters. Qreea Uay, Wis.- Ilm forth women at tue First Methodist church will remove t heir hats during service. .Ww York -The will of the late Charles p. Wilder of Wellesly Hills bequeaths $1iil. una to Mount Holyoke college. K.lwanlM ille. 111 Mrs. Sarah Ann Ballard died suddenly while on her way from her home in Tny, 111., tfl Alabama. Graad Rapids, Wis. The 12-year-old son of F. Wollmath was accidentally shot by a son of I R. Gogins. Ii-' is not expected to liv. . Dove.-. X. H. Not ices have been posted in all the departments of the Sawy r woolen mills, announcing a 10 per (tot wage reduction. Gelvcstoa, Tex.- B. s. Easier, wh...

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