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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 February 1899

lMcrenble February. Tk? discomforts of this month can r?e escaped by taking advantage of he winter excursions of the Louisville k. Nashville Kailroad to one of the many pleasant jrsorts of the South This line öfters unsurpassed facilities j for reaching. the cities in the South, j The winter resorts of the beautiful gulf ras, of Florida, of California, and ; f the West Indies. Write C. 1. Airs ore, (ler.eral Pas-ng-r Agent. Louisville, Ky.. for fobh-rs !eft 1 iptivu of yior'.ia or the t.ulf Coast. Code i;Mk on a ifli 1 1. AU ode hooks carrh d on warships lave leaden bat !-.s, to make tiieni sink ij lost ov rboaid. The Hicis in the Ook", morco r. ate printed with a peculiar ink, which l'nd.s away when ;t comes in contact with the water. To r.iakc things still more .-ale. the bters arc changed c-ry fVw months by the navy department. Kvr-r. their vesü I's oflw ial code is chanaed. Oli 'I li:it ion I ofTee! its tut lc per !t. lo Kio-.v. SuIzt ha it. t-trd. (itiman ."o!TV Herry, kjc. h'....

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 February 1899

nnTTi r rniimiT nr uni i n I MM. Twenty American Soldiers Killed and 125 Wounded, FILIPINOS LOSE HEAVILY. Tin' Troops Cmler Gen. Ott l)rie the Kneiuy from Their StrnnRhoM Atter Hanl FIshtlns: Named of Our Killed ami Wounded. Ai'cr a battle lasting iwe-aty-Icur hours, the United ritates- iovc- at Manila repulsed the Filipinos, driving them b.uk and occupying i'noir in-trer.e-hmeuts about the city. Gm. Otis, in an official dispatrfc, reported that ho had strengthen d his lino and v.as well able to cope itli the situation. Iis-ps on the Annri.an sid are estimated at twenty to twenty-two dead and 175 to IS') v.oundfd. c;cn. Otis prorai.-es to give details of tho casualties as soon as an accurate- report ran be secured. It is icnown that the natives lost heavily. as they were not oniy confronted with the machine and rapidfire puns of the Amori.-ans. but were shelled hy Dewey's warships from the h arbor. The attack upon the city was Lectin by the natives shortly before 9 o'clock thG night...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 February 1899

I (Ef?e3ncepenoent Friday, February 10, SW. MARKET REPORT. Butter EgKR Chickens Lard Potatoes Flour percwt Corn meal Hogs per hd Cattle Wheat Rye Corn Oats Clover seed Timothy seed Millit seed Timothy hay per ton. Clover hay per ton . . . Marsh hay per ton . . . . 14c 18c c 6Hc 25c 2.00 1.00 3.00 to 3 10 4.25 65 42 , 25 to 28 22 .'..' .'.'3.00to 3 50 2.00 100 6.00 tof.50 6.00 to 7.00 , 3.00 to 4.00 Strain per load 200 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Tuesday's Daily. - Mrs. Geo. Eckert, of Linkville is quite ill. . Born into the family of Timothy O'Keefe, a line large girl. Wm. Pomerov is serously ill. He hai been ill for some time. A bill has been introduced in the House to increase the salary of circuit court judges. Eli Miliner, who has been ill for some time, is as yet showing no signs of convaleecense. F. W. Weatherwax, who organized the Columbian League of tbia city, was in town today. Ira E. Sarber and wife and A. Pitman have left for Thorsby,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

0 Mar edepeedeeto 7Tl Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1899. No. 10. (Sill V Remnant and odd End Sale The remarkably successful business had in the sixty days just passed has left an enormous quantity of Remnants and Odds and Ends in every department. We have placed these articles on a separate table and marked them way down below cost. Overcoat Sale. Preparatory to taking stock which will be February 1st, we will make exceptionally low prices on every Overcoat in stock. While the stock there is yet a very good o OUR CHILDREN'S HOME. tat Agent Wm. B. Streeter teil what lie Know About It. Wm. R. Streeter, State Agent of the board of elate charities, visited the new Julia E. Work children's home Wednesday and inspected it. In an interview with The Independent he says: "In many ways I found the new home a model in arrangement and adaptability to the use for which it is designed. Among the things that I would specially mention are the location of the dini...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

THE WEEKLY IIIDEPEIIDEIIT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. ffliTHOUTH, - . TJETOXANA, IF Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Kclizlous. Soeial and Crimln.il Doing of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Headers The Accideut ICeeortl. Toledo. Ohio Sobre II. Waring, cashier of the Ketcham National bank, and formerly for many years union ticket agent in this city, dropped dead at the Hotel Madison. Paris CI i eat commotion was caused in political circles here by the confirmation of a report that Procurator General Mar.au had resigned. Stockholm Last week 3.194 cases of influenza were reported here. The disease was fatal in 229 cases. New York Rear Admiral Sampson is to command the squadron of evolution, six vessels, which was discontinued during the war with Spain, but oon 5. (j be revived. Phi. ilphia. Pa. The thirteenth annual convention of the Independent Order of B'rith Abraham met here. Washington The government will be asked for an appropr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

-- &$ÄLT: aWP "- - &pi9?wf' Jfv L s" ki " As t mu r vi br; f4 !it hi tjfj En rrf Of fca jCeTi m cauiu, ats lw in ar; c rw r fr By fr our :nr. ' f r. fc fen M fm v-ti'; terra rj WASHINGTON ANGRY. BUT DID HE SWEAR AT BATTLE OF MONMOUTH? Tradition Affirms That He l'ed an Oath fie Certainly llad SiiRlclent Provocation for Strong Language Gener: Lee the Victim. IiADITION says 3 that on one occa sion the father of his country so far forgot his religious training and principles as to have used an oath. Profanity does not comport with the generali' accepted character of George Washington, and there are many who deny the tradition. It was at the battle of Monmouth where Washington is supposed to have HEX. LEE. lost his temper and swore at Gen. Charles Le? for disobeying orders and retreating, thus endangering the whole American army. If ever man -was tried, it was Washington at Monmouth, and if ever profanity was excusable it was on that occasion. Lee, according to so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

9 At Four Score. asaaaaaaaaBBsBBaaaaa Dr. Mi lew' Nervine Restores Health. ÜNOLE EZEKIEL OBEAR, assessor and tax collector, Beverly, Mass., who has passed the 8Cth life mile stone, says: "Dr. Miles Restorative Nervine has done a great deal of good. I suffered for years from sleeplessness and nervous heart trouble. Would feel weary and used up In the morn !ng, had no ambition and my work seemed a burden. A friend recommended Dr. Miles' Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under protest as I had tried so many remedies unsuccessfully, I thought It no use. But it gave me restful sleep, a gcod appetite and restored me to energetic health. It la a grand good medicine, and I will gladly write anyone inquiring, full particularsof my sat isfactory experience." 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' 4 Nervine f Restores Health v? DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

OC: o o o o o o o o o o o o () () Ü o () o Fence FENCE MOW IS THE TIME I am in a position at the bottom prices. BUCK'S CASH 0?e3nbepenbent Friday, February 17, 1899. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Friday's Dally. Mother LaRue, of Iowood, is reported quite low. Harry Roge is visiting in Davenport, Iowa, where he expects to remain for seme time. Cha3. Kimmel, of Twin Lake is not expected to live. He has been sick for some'time. Mrs. Powell hs moved from West Plymouth to the Stansbury property on the south side. The M. E. church at Argos is holding a glorioua revival meeting. The situation is promising. Josiab Grover has received an increase of pension. He now draws 812 per month from the government. Wm. Wagner who has been suffering with a touch of lung fever was on the streets today for the flrbt time in three weeks. Lawrence Taylor was in our city today. He has been attending the funeral of his grandmother Mrs. Sarah Taylor at Walkerton. John Woods, of Culver, was in the city today giving his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

DICK RODNEY; m An BY JAA1ES CI I A l'TKR 1 1. (Continued.) Now I began to be assailtd by that illness, which terror and anxiety had hitherto but partially repressed a viont seasickness in all its horror. Afraid of being washed from the deck. uer which the waves were breaking loiv, once more I crept in wretchedness telow. Before descending, 1 iast a despairing ?!ime at the loosening sail which tili caught the wind: it was a source .f increasing danger which I dared not iittempt to remedy, even had I strength ro hae done so. for the wet deck aas row sloping like the roof of a house, and I would assuredly have fallen into the sea to leeward. After several feeble efforts. I succeeded in partially closing the companion hatch, for warmth and curity, and. descending, threw myself cn the cabin floor, sick and despairing. The lurching of the vessel, the closeness of the atmosphere, and general t'dc.r of the cabin, overpowered me nt iast; I became fearfully ill. and from being st,. lapsed int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

Stat or Ohio. Pitt or TOLIPO, ? . LrcAs l orsTT, r Frank J. Chener makes oath that he ! th nior partner of tfcr firm of F. J. e tc r & Co., oointr business in the City of Toledo. County anJL State aforesaid, and that sain firm w;'.I pa v the sum of ONE HUNDRED l'OLI.ARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot t-c cured by the use of Hall s Catarrh Cv.re. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before rr.e a::d sul,fccribcd in my trence. this t5th day of Deer mr-t r. A. D. lfrSMi (SEAL, j A. Y. ti I.EASOX. Notary IliMlf. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intfftaiJy. and dircctlv on the blood ui:U ir.ucc-v.s surfaces tf the system. Sen;! for tevtimoniiN. fret. l J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, CX Sold bv Druppists. i:-c. lia'.i's, Famiiy Fills arc the lest. A UREAT TSAVELEB. I SUN BOXES. BURTON HOLMES A LOVER OF NATURE'S WONDERS. Hov He Came to Take I'p the Trntessioc of I-iMturer oinethins About the Man anil Ills Career III Work ai a C'aiueilst. Two Out of Three. Out of every three persons st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 17 February 1899

(Cf?e3nöepen&ent Friday, February 17, 1899. The State senate has passed the township reform bill, eight demo crats, among whom were Senator Drnmmond, voting for the reform measure. It is predicted that th house will kill it. Mrs. McKinley has been an inva lid for 2S years. About a year ago the wife of Senator Cushman K Davis, of Minnesota, having learned that the medical skill of some of the best physicians of this country and of two specialists of Europe had failed utterly to benefit the lady of the White House, persuaded her to take a tea made of herbs that an Indian chief rocommended to her (Mis. Davis) for certain ailments Mrs. Davis expressed the utmost confidence that this herb would benefit Mrs. McKinley, and she has not been disappointed. A marked improvement in the condition of the president's wife is reported. She can now stand unsupported on her feet, something she hadn't been able to do for yeais, can go out riding, feels very much strongei generally, and has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

Jaul 93 Co Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1899. No. 11. Marsha! deet Remnant and Odd End Sale The remarkably successful business had in the sixty days just passed has left an enormous quantity of Remnants and Odds and Ends in every department. We have placed these articles on a separate table and marked them way down below cost. Overcoat Sale. Preparatory to taking stock which will be February 1st, we will make exceptionally low prices on every Overcoat in stock. While the stock there is yet a very good Trial Before J uatice Weber. 'Squire Weber listened to a trial Monday in which Messrs. Fred Thomas and Frank Rerger of Lapaz were accused of baring stolen some robes from the buggy of L. D. Espick which was hitched on our streets Tuesday night. The only witnesses to the act were Mr. Cmdle and Herb Sponsler of Plymouth. They testified that to their certain knowledge as eye-witnesses, f.he defendants took two lap robes from L. D. Espick's buggy and pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

THE WEEKLY HiDEPEIlDEIIT. C W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. rLYMOUTH, - INDIANA, 115 IDJpif IS Minor Happenings of the Past ' Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. I'otltira!. KeWglou. Sorial ami Criminal Höings of the Whole WorM Carefully Condensed for Onr Headers The Act ident Kt'roril. a.-on City, Iowa. L. Ii. Bone, the murderer of James Alison, v.as ar-re.su-d at the home of his father-in-law. A. J. Talberg. He expresses no regiei for slaying the victim. Toledo. O. Mrs. George R. Lucas, aged '22 years, died from the effects of i.ry(-hiiin poisoning. Her husband says it was an accident. The coroner will conduct a rigid investigation. Leominster, Mass. The Leominster Shirt company has made an assignment to 1). Curtis Xiekerson. The liabilities are $1.0.o00, the heaviest creditors being New York parties. New York Mrs. Eugene Kelly, widow of the late Eugene Kelly, died at her home in this city. Menomonio, Wis. Fire destroyed the Catholic church of this city. It is sunoed to have originated fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

t DICK RODNEY; m m m m m m An BY JAMES CHAPTER IV (Continued.) On perceiving that I was awake, a hand bell was rung by the captain, anil hot coffee, accompanied by the last slice of shore-bread that remained, was brought to me by Billy, the cabin-boy. and then, after a time. I was requested to state what craft that was from which I had been taken, my name, and so forth, that Mr. Hislop might enter all the particulars among the "remarks" in his log-book. I soon satisfied them as to all this. "And where am I now?" I inquired. "Pretty far out upon the open sea. my lad," replied the captain with a smile, as he threw the end of his cheroot into the empty grate. "The open sea still the open sea!" I reiterated with dismay, which I cared not to conceal. "Yes; we saw the last glimpse of the rugged Start on the day before yesterday, and this morning, just an hour before picking you up. we bade goodbye to old England, for the Lizard Light was bearing you had the dead watch, Hislop: how did it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

From Extreme Nervousness. 1131 TIIAT no one remedy can contain" the elements necessary to cure all diseas es, is a fact veil known to everyone. Dr. Miles' System of Restorative Remedies consists of seven distinctively different preparations, each for its own purpose. Mrs. L. C. Bramley, 37 Ilenry St., St. Catherines, Ontario, writes: "For years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoying constipation, developing into palpitation and weakness of the heart. I was unable to sleep, suffered much from headache, pain in my left side, palpitation and a constant feeling of weakness and prostration. I began using Dr. Miles Nervine, Ileart Cure and Nerve and Liver Tills 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 took Dr. Miles' Restorative Tonic and am now restorea to my former good health." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottle b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

-L i ccoooooooooooooooooooooo o C) 8 o o o Ü o o Fence FENCE o o o NOW IS THE TIME I am in a position at the bottom prices. C) C) Ü o o BUCK'S CASH C) ooccooocooooooooooocooooo f?e3nbepenbent Vriday, February 24. 18W. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's allv. Marriage license issued Feb. 17: 5yron E. Walser and Alice (J. Baker. Log hauling must soon cease or become an uninviting job unless the roads get better. Chas. Kens-1 was able to be on the streets again vlerday. He has been confined for over five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. V. P. liancrolt of Pittsburg have stopping in this city several days on their way to the Pacific coast. Miss Ida Schultheis was called to Lima, Ohio, yesterday on account of the death of a relative, Mrs. W. Schultheis. Mr. Schultheis went to the above ity today. Wm. Hahn of Ogden, 111., has been visiting relatives in Plymouth and in various ether parts of the county for the past month. He left for his home today. Mrs. Ed Gardiner, who has been quite sick at the home of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

J A REMARKABLE MAN. LOUIS BETTS, KING OF KASKASKIA ISLAND. Ill rrm VTa Wtf!icil Auay Twentjrlie Years As ly a Change in the Mighty 3Iisitsipii'a Course He Saw Gen. Lafayette. Perhaps the most remarkable character in Illinois today is old Louis Uetts, an inhabitant of Kaskaskia is- j land. iVtts is in the eighty-fourth j year of his life, ami is spending his latter days in the one habitable room :f one of the few tumble-down old hon? es that form what is left of the j historic old village of Kaskaskia. Louis Helta is the lat living individual of a pvuliar type well known in :he vicinity of Kaskaskia in the early j art of the nineteenth reutury. His n: other was a mixture of negro and Indian, while his father was a full-blood-iC French man. The old man's skin is ; LOl'IS HKTTS. almost copper-colored. His hair is ecmbed back from his forehead and falls in little ringlets about his ears. which are as small and neatly molded as some beautiful young woman's. He has a sharp, well-set nose ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

I Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Tb&t Contain Mercery, As rr.TcurT will surely destroy the -er.e rf M:it :l and completely derange the whole y-tem when entering it through the n.ut-ous surfaces, buch articles should never U i( ü except on inscriptions from reputable physicians, as the uu:::;.e they will do i unfold to t r.r1 rood you can poibly derive frm then. Hall's Catarrn Cure, manufactured by I. J- C'Leney k Co.. Tokdo. 1 1., contains no mercury.ar.il :stai:n iiit.-rr.allv. acliny directly u;cii the M cd and lu-'-us surfaces of the -:.u:r:. lr. tuyirjß I In laU's Catarrh CY.rebesv.re:;cv.ptth(per.i;ir.e. t i ntTr.jinv.ar..iii!iu iiiTolcuo. ofc;. ! by F. J. Cheney & cö. Tetin.oni;.:s irv.e. fcc;2 I jrcc;,s uiieves, mut have signed an tv Draci-'Sts. price .re per bott.(. ' , , "Kills i'axniiyi'iiu are tu u-t. I assumed name, lie says tne only exI rjaEa::cn ne can give for the Strang iriih Mom. ! transaction is that the money came One of the many useful th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 24 February 1899

4 (Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, February 24, 1899. Orders have been issued for the muster out of the army of all volunteer regiments. Marion may secure the department encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic in 1900. Paris is to have an international beauty show next month, and two New York women have already entered the contest. Think of the cinch Plymouth would have! It seems that the twenty-millions this country is to pay Spain for the Philippines does not include the delivery of the goods. It just now seems as though we had purchased a hornet's nest. When persons are frozen to death in four southern states on the same day one of the reports being from as far south as Savannah the winter of 1S99 is marked as one long to be remembered. Gen. Miles is trying to get out of a tight place by laying the most of his troubles on the newspapers. He says he was misquoted by the interviewers. It would have been better for the general had he not been quite so fresh around the reporters. A Wash...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 March 1899

library Mars (Si Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1899. No. 12. O SEWERAGE DEBATED- 5 pnn 1899 SHIRTS A handsome assortment of Fancy Shirts in the latest patterns and designs. Also a complete and up-to-date line of White Dress Shirts, both laundered and unlaun-dered. Special: A few Madras Cloth Shirts, in fancy and stylish pat terns, well and strongly made, with reinforced shoulder-blade, having two detachable collars and pair of link cuffs to match, well worth 75c, for 50c See Windows for Patterns. Something New FOR LADIES. The Paris Skirt and Waist Supporter is guaranteed to positively prevent the waist from slipping and puffing at the back, and tfie skirt from sagging or slipping from under the belt. We are sole agents. Ask to see it. O ft Baked in Three Minutes and Served fX with HOT COFFEE at Xi (iS I FD TlT1 Jk VI a. vvesis naruwarew Commencing Monday, March 13, '99 if W All are Invited to attend and see the working of the f ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ...

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