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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

I A FELON'S LOVE. BY HENRY V. CHAPTER V. TIM sun had barely risen when the smokM from tho hots allowed that Reiimoi;n lad once more awakened to the laiic of another d;iy. The delicious seen of the wood area as the tlaraes rose in the fresh BOTH tag air proclaimed that tea was being made to be served out preparatory to the two hours' work that had to be fol through before breakfast-time. Men ft ambled out Of their huts, towel and soap in hand, and straggled down lo the creek to wash the "cobweb" out of their sleepy eye. "Mornin. Doctor," cried one. M he passed the kitchen door. "(iood hand at plum-duff. Doe tor?' inquired another. "WVIl see what you're made of on Sunday, mate. None of your stickjaw, mind. Haw, haw!" And jto on, each one having some rough, good-natured greeting for the "new ' hum." Thomas Baynes. the cook, was a smart, dapper-looking fellow. about the aerage height, hut lim. and he went about his work with a rapidity and Style that created a good impression ar once. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

Railroad Engineer Testifies to Benefits Received From Dr. Miles Remedies. THERE is do more responsible position on earth than that of a railroad engineer. On his steady nerves, clear brain, bright eye and perfect self command, depend the safety of the train and the lives of its passengers. Dr. Miles' Nervine and other remedies are especially adapted to keeping the nerves steady, the brain clear and the mental faculties unimpaired. Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 1323 Broadway, Council Bluffs, but now residing at 3411 Humboldt St., Denver, writes that he "suffered for years from constipation, causing sick, nervous and bilious headaches and was fully restored to health by Dr. Miles' Nerve & Liver Tills. I h rtily recommend Dr. Miles' Remedies. " Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address, Dr. Miles' lemediej Restore Health DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

Court marshaling Stoves, Horse Blankets AND ALL HARDWARE. BUCK'S CASH Cfye3nbepcnbent Friday, Decembkk 9, 1896. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Dallv. Mrs. M. Yanvactor remains very ill. Dr. How is preparing to move his oftice in the rooms with Dentist Durr. Daisy EL Woodfield.of Potk township is improving after a protracted illness Miss Frances Philipps is ajrain able to be around after a long siege of illness. E. Sbirer of Inwood has moved into his new house in the country near Plymouth. J. Wolfert, living several miles in the country, has beeu very ill. He is slowly improving. Ignatius Blubaugh of South liend, formerly of this city, is surviving a dangerous illness. Mrs. W.A. Beldon and young son Claud wect to Waterloo, Ind., this morning where they will visit relation. C. Bergman of this city has another grandson. The yiung man is the son of his daughter, Mis Jo Andres of Peru . Mr. and Mrs. John Harehberger, who have been visiting with G. Shall near this city, left for their hom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

THE NEWS Minen Happenings of lh Past fersely Told . liuacli ci,iilv Time i'.. wrordsville. There bj trou le tween the t'rawfordaville Natural and jilei by the secretary of state the plurIlluminatinig company and the elt- tittles of congressmen are given as .. . w i rawtorusx iiio. and in." dimi tty to Ik adjust od in court. Several veara ago a i-ompanj was organd In CrawtordAville, atnek w.i q ;iv i.iy subscribed and tb people were Aooa . ii Jog lag th litl! blessings of na tural gas. They had no scarcity :" the feel, and every bnssehotder vai a patron. Then .1 rhangc came. Tins nuisena' eonpauf sold out to Um Wet1 i( n syndicate, und lebanon was adiii ! tiu Jin. which supplied Crawdsville, Darlington, Thorntowa, und afl Ihe fa rasen Ik twees Crawfordsville and Sin ndan. At arst the change made no great nff rence. Tin people in Crwwfordarille experienced a shortage iu severe but .i cepted ii good uatured- j taking the state over, the Republicly. l.s: Tuesdaj morning, however, lea co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

Tltey Arr BMI ibl Tlu- Aim rU .in Kannei 'tiofre In what it mys ami KlMMVCr ' CBdOfM io irtldt, in- it asaenlaery, proprleti rnt'lirlne, or a m lm!h llu;illy, aS want our readers to tollere t hat what ae say we have koo1 rtst i :-j uud rtanu is tru Km- u .war ur m I there tanw I n mlor.-t m )DtS 'f tne waaaaa RktWMtlc Cure Company ' 17 DemiMM-ii street, t'hleago. ly ( -paper. ivnple bavn Tittea us 10 know if this company Is responsible, ami if Its r'in; ; Kai))' r'in'ilies. COT taS c ure if rheurnatiMu. m uralRia. dyspepsia, catarrh. Kidney troubles. ei. real ly had merit. We have therefore I" n at extra pains to in w.si igate, and onc RKain we add einphasig to our former endorsement of that company. There may be Isolated rases here and tin re which, probably tbroosb neglsel in fc.lowing directions. or from exposure or some um vplainable reason, the wonderful Five Drops remedy does- not do the work. Hut it is a MS where ttc exception proves th- rule. Mr. Swanon is a K'"ntWman of cha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 9 December 1898

CI?e3nfcepenbent Friday, Dm i miikh i), WW. MARKET REPORT. Hutter lt Kg ISfl Chukenn 4c to Ho Lard ., PoUWft Bto V Flour pcrcwt WW Corn nifHl 1 (X) Horb per hd .3.(H) to A in Cattle I.I Wheat m Hve W Corn Id to M OdtH I") Clover seed I ' Timothy nrnl 2.00 MilHteeed inn Timothy hay per ton rt.on to T.nn ( lover hay per ton f.on to f.UU Marsh hay per ton 3.UU to4.tKJ straw per load t.00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL Ml KV IT I ES. From Tu--Kil.iv h Dally. Geo. tirocku, of ArgoB, ib reported dauger-msly ill. ' Austin Milliman returned yesterday from a visit in Texas. Mrs. Washington Knoblock, who has been dangeiously ill, is no better. rimer Holloway Is inconvenienced with a large carbuncle on his hand. Special Pension Examiner Scott, of South Mend, was in the city today. Simeon Hoover and wile, of Ferndale, W ashington Territory, is visiting Noah Hoover and family. It is hinted that another home talent theatrical performance will be put upon the Plymouth stage sh...

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

SUPPLEMENT. CLAY W. M B TSK KK, PUBLISH KR AN D PBOPBIXTORJI SUBSCRIPTION PRICK. One Year. - St .50 Six Moutbs, ,75 Three Months, caah. - - .50 Per Copy. .03 u tared at the post office at Plymouth. Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, Dkcembkk U, 18UH. THE PRESIDE N TVS M KS& A . I . The President's message is now before the people. It is a voluminous document, strong in the recommendations pertaining to Cuba but weak in regard to the Phillippines and the financial question. It shows that the expenses of running the government are far in excess of the revenue, which means that the stamp tax is to be continued indefinitely. The recommendations as to the Nicaraguan canal will meet with general approval. The historical review of the vvar comprises a great portion of the message. PETITIONS TO INVESTIGATE. It is understood that Daniel McDonald has filed a petition to the board of county commissioners asking that an examination of the county books for the last four y...

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

OL. j. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1898. No. 1. 1 f O OorU Magnificent line of HOLIDAY GOODS is now ready for your critical inspection. The very newest things in Neckwear, and the best shapes in Bows, Strings, Tecks, 4-in-hand and Puff Scarfs truly a fine line, especially for the holiday trade. Better values than ever in Handkerchiefs. Plain or fancy from 5c up. Big line of Mufflers in all new patterns new shapes. Suspenders put up single pair in a box, if you like. Gloves, Hats, Night Robes, Fine Umbrellas in fact anything you may desire in these lines to make your friends glad can be found here. o o H. A. SHAMBAUGH. HoMday Slippers. The finest line of Men's Slippers, Romeo's and Patent Leather Oxfords ever shown in Plymouth. Ladies' Juliets quilted, plaid and kid foxed. Also strap sandals. Our stock is full of pretty and serviceable things in footwear Suitable for HOL' ID AY GIFTS. Remember we are headquarters for all kinds of Shoes and Rubber Goods. S...

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

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDEHT. ! a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - IIIDIANA, I1L Minor Happenings of the Past Week. NEWS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Kfliciou. Soritl and Criminal Döing of the Whole World Carefully CoimImis- for Our Kfiideri The A cidt-nt Itt-tord. Milwaukee. Wis. The American Ethical l:nion Lis concluded its tunvent ion. Charleston. S. ('. 'I he transport Saratoga, with the First hattalion of the Tenth infantry oti board, sailed for Cuba. London George Taylor, the armed man arrested in the Hank of England, has been pronounced insane. Ix)ndon Sir William Anderson, director smcral of the royal ordnance factories and part inventor of cordite, died in hU Ulli year. Washington The treasury department is f or.-idei iti.n a request by the St. l'aul collector of customs to have a tea Inspector stationed tin re. The plan i5 opposed by Chicago and New York importers. I.Jvc:ieol-Iut. Wark of the British lioyal artilbry. sentenced to deHh on heii-g ennvicted of having ca...

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

A FELON'S LOVE. BY HIJXKY CIIAPTHIt VJ. (Cnntiiui.'.l.) After fiiiiio further nm vctat It mi the man Luke ceased tit cake :itiy further notice t: tln vtjiiiitr man. beyond an occasional glance, as If In wore try In to remember where In hud s.'cn his faro before. Ravncs otv shortly aft i vardj gut up and went off home to hl hut. A? one of tho men had Informal Luke. Mr. Hall happened In- short of hands Ju t then, and upon applying to hlni the next morning he i;ot tak n on. Thi iik went on for mmii. tlnn vry much :i ti.otal. 'I'liric wnv ealtleJrantlltH,.?i luvakliu: In of horse:., iu Sunday Kangaroo-hunt x, ImbibUm.? In a, drunken botst at SulltvanV. the "Rush Inn," a few tulles off. tin latter dlvrt Hon beim; much to Mr. Hall's liuonvenluiro and ilbxttxt. Kulllvan'i "Ilhtr.ln" nun w in not only nuarantced to make men drunk, but It had tin pvu!lar oiYoct, afte-, a few day ;tealy drlnkl'U. of hcmllng them raving mad. '1'hls w:m not t; 1" wondered at, ha Mr. Hall ito'teiitl told !i!.s t...

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

Chronic Dyspepsia Cured. r- v-.-v.. ,-7 rx 3 3 ÄFTER suffering for nearly thirty years from dyspepsia, Mrs. II. E. Pugdale, wife of a prominent business man of Warsaw, N. Y., writes: "For 23 years, I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a weak stomach. The lightest food produced distress, causing severe pain and the formation of gas. Nomr.tter how careful of my diet I suffered agonizing pain after eating. I was treated by many physicians a nd tried numerous remedies without permanent help. Two years aco I begaa taking Dr. Miles' Nerve and Lirer TIlLs 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 sinele dose disoels ny old symptoms.' Dr. Milrs Rmpdio.j P. ..J W. U V. V. . V fc'O . k V guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded. Book on diseases of the heart and nerves free. Address, g.Nervine DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Klkhart, Ind. Cf?eI3nbepenbcnt CLAY W...

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

f Cl?e3noepenbent Fill DA Y, I) ECK MB EH 1. 18'JS. MARKET REPORT. Butter 10, 12,14c lc Chicken Ictooc Lard Jc i'otattn-s " Flour per cwt 2.00 O ni ineal 100 Horb per hd 3.00 to 3 10 Cattle ,4.2." Wheat . 0 Rye 38 Corn, 2oto 25 Oats 20 Clover eeed 2.75 Timothy seed '-.00 Millit need 100 Timothy hav per ton .oo to 7.00 Clover hay per ton fl.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00to4.00 Straw per load . '-00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dolly. J. A. Molter is on the sick list. Dr. Myers is gradually surviving a hard sickness. J.N. Wilson cried an auction sale Dear Argus today. Josiah Oelsleman, of Culver, was In the city today no business. J. A. Parks went to Hourbon today on busk ess relativ to his farm. Dive Miltenberger is visiting in Saginaw and other cities in Michigan. Mrs. M. M. Mower, of Cleveland, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs. Fred Hill. Mrs. T. 1). Halley, of Fort Wayne, visited in the city today on her way to Chicago Leorard Jiock of ...

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

tor Die I'ocket Sxo Il?e3nbepcnbent Fill DAY, DKCKMHKK Hi, ISM. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Dally. Mrs. Washmirn, of ?outh Plymouth, is reported quite sick. Mrs. John Lohart is conlined with a serious fcrm of la grippp. The 1. L, & M. railroad was sold yesterday by its bondholders. l'eter Dodd let t this morning for an extended visit in Michigan. Marriage liceuse lur Dec. 8th, IbUS John Ü. Myers ami KIU Kensnerffer. Mrs. W. NY. Ream conducted services for the W. H. C a Hnrr Oik today. II. (J. Thay .c rect ntly delivered one of his addre?.aes to a ColtimMt City audience. A company with 810.0U) capital stock will bore for oil at I'tna (Ireen, Kosciusko county. Hishop White of the Episcopal church was in the city ihis morning on his way to Ft. Wayne. The sportive youths say that the skating is supurb on th? email ponds above the dam. J. I). Kutz went to Ft. Wayne this morning, lie has been placing in a new furnace at the IJchs house. The L. K. Sc W. workmen have just fini...

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

FIELDS FOii OZONE. IT WILL. BE A CROCER'S COMMODITY BEFORE LONG. Ma sic Industrial L'sr The A j:i rates eeed lo Produce It "Hade in t. r"t Onai.t itics i:"e t on lcrou U Widely Different. The time will come when ozone, "the reell of electricity," may bo hail at -he conur grocery, ami no housewife ill br; without it, says t ho Huston illobe. Ozone has been known Tor nearly Hfiy ear.s as one of the xnarrelous constituents of the air, but it is only recently that scientists have k-aiiittl its magical uses for practical Industrial pui -poses. Now they offer 't for the bleaching of fabrics-, yarns, wax, and fats; sterilizing drinking Tater, dying and thickening oils, maturing Avine and spirits, sweetening foul beer barrels, seasoning linoleum, sjzing wood for musical instruments, manufacturing artifhiJl perfumes, treating spent oil. purifying starch and lex trine, manufacturing vinegar and a s-core of other similar purposes. In ll.f) treatment of disease it i. most these ions. Excellent ...

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

Mmtel of Itattloshlpn. Tj7 the British admiralty's orders, perfect models are made in paraffin wax cf every new battleship before it s laid down, and the?e models are , trsted in a tank at Haslar. The models are from 12 feet to 2t foot long.and the tank is 400 feet long and 20 feet wide. The models are made of wax because it is a material which does not absorb water or change its weight, so alterations can be easily made. Also tbe material tan be melted up and used again. Can Ton SoWe TliU Iu7ile Verse? "A simple gro-betwetn am I, Without a thought of pride; 1 part the gathered thoughts of men. And liberally divide. 1 set the soul of Shakespeare free. To Milton's thoughts give liberty. Hid Sidney 5 peak with frc-er Fpt-ech, Let Spenser sing and Taylor pr;tcn. Though through all learning swift 1 glide. No wisdom doth with me abide." If you cau solve the foregoing:, and rend the correct answer to Gtorge H. Heafford, General Passenger Agent, Chicago, Milwaukee Sz St. Paul Railway, Old ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 December 1898

Inapproachable Bargains! Christmas Unapproachable hoooin argam$! J .ml) if '1 ff I f 1 Hen's Fine Suits $3-50 SI'KCIAL-AU wool suit cut price , Scotch plaid all wool-reg ular 88 value -cut price. . 475 Plaid mixture of brown, green and red French facing regular 8Ü yalue-cut price.. 000 Plaid mixture of brown Ä red cheap at now 5 IMaid mixture of brown, black and red French facing all wool 311 value rut price... J 5 Clay Worsted Special-on sale now 35 Clay Worsted-all wool best of linings good values at $10 our cut price sale y00 Riverside Worsted all wool made up with best triinmingp equal to tailor made former price SI ö. 00 rr our cut price j&yO Catlic$ Kia Gloves for Xmns We are exceptionally strong in this department. We shall put on sale during these two weeke. A regular 81.50 glove for S1.25. We guarantee same and tit it to your hand. Our S1.00 glove cannot be duplicated in the city. men's Dress Shirts ana Gloves. We can say we are showing the biggest line in the c...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 16 December 1898

SUPPLEMENT. - ' t - . (D?e3ribepenbent CLAY W. METSKER, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. On Year, - S1.C0 Six Months, .75 Three Months, cash, .M Per Copy, .03 Entered at the post oflce at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, December 16, 1898. Capt. Dreyfus will soon return to France. The treaty of peace was signed at 8:45 Saturday evening. The oat and corn crops will bring the farmers of this country 83,000,000 more this year than in 1S97. Senator Simon of Oregon weighs only ninety pounds. He is not the Simon that met the pieman, however. A German scientist claims to have traced man's origin back to the shark, but this is too fishy to be seriously considered. The season just closed in Louisville, according to the New Albany Tribune, has broken all records there for large sales. Our foreign trade balance, which is constantly increasing, is said to be the most remarkable showing ever made by any country. The United States government will furnish a war...

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

i f - Cb. Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1898. No. 2. Marshall Coy edepeedeet V 0 OurU Magnificent line of HOLIDAY GOODS is now ready for your critical inspection. The very newest things in Neckwear, and the best shapes in Bows, Strings, Tecks, 4-in-hand and Puff Scarfs truly a fine line, especially for the holiday trade. Better values than ever in Handkerchiefs. Plain or fancy from 5c up. Big line of Mufflers in all new patterns new shapes. Suspenders put up single pair in a box, if you like. ' Gloves, Hats, Night Robes, Fine Umbrellas in fact anything you may desire in these lines to make your friends glad can be found here. Molqe is Willing. The Indianapolis News says: "A call has been issued for a meeting of the state committee of the populist party at English's bote), this city, on December 20th. Representatives of the party say the two factions in the organizations will come together at this meeting, and that an interesting time may be expecte...

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

J THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C. W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. FX.YÜOTJTH, - - - INDIANA. HI Minor Happenings of the Past Week. NEWS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. I'olitlral, Kellgion. .Social and Criminal Doings of the Whole World Carefully Conlc::el for Oar lCeader Th Accident Keeord. London Baron Ferdinand James de Rothschild. 31. P., is dead. Baron Roth-child was the second son of the late Baron Alplionse de Rothschild. Havana The New York World correspondent cables that the Spanish authorities are secretly selling large quantities of Manser rifles and ammunition .curiosity hunters being the principal buyers. Wabash. Ind. Deputy Sheriff Covington of this place has succeeded in rapturing Jarnos Ward and Charles Hunt, who escaped from the CmtcII county jail at Dolj hi last Friday. Jasper. Mo. At their home ne.ir here, William I.owenstcin. a wealthy farmer, killed Iiis wife and himself. New York - Dr. Raoul Pictot. a famous cbenii-t of (leneva. Switzerland, arrived on the s camer La Bretagne. Brook...

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

I AFELOITSLO j BY HENRY XESFIELD. j CHAPTER VIII. "WLit horse was that I heard galloping about In the night?" inquired Mr. Hull on the following morning. "Did any break out of the paddock?" "Xo, sir; it was Baynes," replied one of the hands. "He rode up in the night." "Baynes? What did he come back for?" "He ?aid they were all drunk and lighting down at Sullivan's, and he could find no place to sleep in. so he rode home." "lie must go bark at once then; I can't have those pack-horses hanging about t'own there for days together." "He has gone, sir. He started off at daylight." "That's all right, then," said Mr. Hall. When the men who slept in Bob Luke's hut got up that morning, they noticed that he had already gone out. "I wonder what made Luke turn out po early?" one of them remarked; but no further notice was taken of his absence until breakfast time. "What's Leconie of Luke?" asked a stockman, as there was no sign of him when that meal was nearly fmihed. "You had better put that s...

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