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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 29 November 1895

The Indiana Novelty Works. While in the city of London, England, 1 had the pleasure of visiting the Tower. After returning therefrom to tht- hnrel, 1 remarked to the governess that it was a very int resting place for a slrancrer to visit, and calle J her at tention especially to Queen Elisabeths armory, and asked her v hat she t bought of it, to which sue replied. I under stand it is worth the time and expense of going to see, but thought I have lived in London all my hie I have never vis ited the tower. What! said I. Yu a resident of London, all your liv? and never saw the tower, why 1 consider it worth the cos of a trip from America to London just to see it. So otT times we deserve and notice the interesting features and iniproveme its of our neighboring towns, and sometimes hear others speaking favorably of our wi: city whic his quite agreeable to ti e ear and yet w? know but little about the interesting things around us from our own observation. Uiu it. Si -s jus, been j so for ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 29 November 1895

HOOVEK TILI? E ATENS. THE DARK CLOUD OF A PROSPEC TIVE LIBEL SUIT HANGS OVER THE INDEPENDENT And Necessitate an Investigation. One or two Inconsequential Error in Former Story but its General Import Mffre Than Substantiated by Facts. Hoover a de serter oT Family and a defaulter. Seven Dollars Ten Yards of Calico aud Ten yards of Gingham Contributed to His Family's Support Since April 17th. Some letters and Memoranda and Some thing About the Township Funds. On Wednesday, October 'Jth last, a representative of the Independent happened to be in the hardware store of J. V. Astley & Son when Samuel Uurns of West township came in to so licit contributions of money or mer chandise for the family, consisting of wife and six children, of J. K. Hoover, formerly of Marshall county but now of liijou Hills, S. 1). On the afternoon of the same day the Independent pub lished the story of destitution embracing some of the causes which led to it, prac tically and substantially as related by Mr. ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 29 November 1895

öreal SALE Ryan & has been 1 THE MODEL. (Ll?c3nbcpcnbcnt From Friday's Daily. J. W. Lewer, of Warsaw, called in the city to-day. Homer Watson, of Argos was in the city to-day. Miss Clara Putcher went to Argus this morning. F. M. Hoffman, of llochester, was in the city to-day. Henry Speyer, of Marmont was in the city to-day on business. J. A. F. Yackinan and Geo. Hake, of Lapaz, called in the city to day. Dr. Linkenhelt returned from a bus iness trip through Illinos last evening. White earring at Anderson is becom ing a fad again amongst a certain elassj Mr. Geo. Van I).)rston, of Argos, was a callerat the Ixdkpkndkxt ollice this afternoon. G. II. Williams of the Warsaw Times passed through the city to-day enroute for Kokomo. Mrs. Chas. Wilhelm left tor Argos this morning where she will visit rela tives for a few hours. Some of the sporting fraternity of this city, lett for Marmont this morn ing with their guns and dogs. William Walburn, of Layfayette, Ind., is visiting with his ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 29 November 1895

J ii "WARNING FOR TURKS AN ULTIMATUM TO BE PRESENT ED TO THE PORTE. powers Will Make Demands When the Fleet Is Assstnblcd-Sultan Will ISot Be Allowed to Parley Minister Terrell's Action. Massacre and Murder Continue. A dispatch to the London Chronicle from Rome Bay? that information has l eached its cor: of indent to the effort that when the co.uhii.ed tioet of the pow ers has assembled in the Turkish waters an ultimatum will bo suit t) the sublime Porte r.nI that only n fdiort time will bo allowed him in whh.-h to make reply. The cable received by the State 0 part inent from Miuister Terrell at Constanti nople stating that a n.assHc-e of tihris i ms had taken place at Kharput, Arme- ma, ani mat me American mission ary property h a d been destroyed was later confirmed by a telegram from Cos ton giving another eable from Constan MKS. GATES. tinople addressed to the American Board of Foreign Missions from llev. II. O. Dwight. The missionaries at Kharput are all from Eastern States. Th...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 29 November 1895

UifvSi on recei-t of 91-(IO. Sit Uih ti.0. T-V-Z-V Addrexa THUS fuPMia. TH1LA.. PA. DEBS IS AGAIN FEEE. '.MANY FRIENDS MEET HIM AT THE JAIL. Given a Great Ovation at Chicago ITorne to the Central Muisic Hull on tI:o Shoulders of Four Men His Speech Ksccived with Applause. Inlor Leader Talks. n'l 'iif V. IMs spoke in Central Music Hall, Chicago, the nilit following his rI-Msc from to an ainlienc' that taxo'J fh stM ti 11.4 ami stantlini; rapacity of tho hall. Most of the leailin lalor or janiations were represent'! anl the re ception aecor'le.l to the leader of the American Kail way Tnion was enthusias tic in th" extreme. Kiht carloads of !!' frie:i:!s went to Woo.ls(ock t grroot .izn on his release from jail, and several h vis in "! men were at the station of the year was $S7,4S2,0S2, of which $G5,161,. 007 were original deposits and $22,321, 022 were redoposits. The classification of the original de posits of gold was: Domestic bullion, $-14,371.940; worn, uncurrent nnd mu tilated ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 29 November 1895

FISHING FOR STURGEON. It Is Good, Ilard Work to Pall One of Them In. The fishermen along the river at Es lex and Saybrook ara now engaged in sturgeon fishing. Few are aware of the methods used to catch this monster of the waters, for a monster it surely is, often weighing 600 pounds or more. The sturgeon fisherman is compelled to use good judgment and master his prey when caught, for the fish are des perate as well as powerful. The net is of the same 6tyle as an ordinary fish ing seine, the meshes being fourteen Inches square of twenty-seven thread j twine. This thread would not be suf- j ficient to hold the fish when caught be- cause of its great strength and shape. k 11 t i in. 1 but no sooner is it caught in the seine , than it becomes entangled n the loose j twine and the work of landing him in j the fishing boat begins. The fishermen know when the fish is in the net, for the seine corks begin to sink and dance on the water, as though electrified. Two fishermen in the boat appro...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

i. 3 0 At1 n R Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUXTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 17 1897. No. 1 Marshal odepeedemt TV l t i I 1 f LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Jacob Glass, of Akron, Ohio, is in Marshall county on a visit with immer nus friends and relatives, .lake lived here duiirg his younger days and hav ing got! en his feet wet once m Twin Lakes cou'd not forget the home of his youth. He has come to gaze once morn oa the familai places. As holidays approaches the people setin to grow better. I' is the time when the grip of a friend seems stronger and warmer. Once a year the people of thiscountiy realize the fact that they are only human being?, and that the time is not far distant when six feet of earth will make them all of one size. Merchants are fearful that the holi day trade will not come up to the stan dard on accouDt of the bad weather. Their stores ate stalked with the best line of holiday goods ever brought to this city and the prices liav been put way down. Kvery one...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

f INTERNATIONAL PR CHAPTER I. T7 T was in the sweet month of Septem ber, the soft after noon of a day that had been hot even on the borders of the North Sea, which sends its breezes flying over the part of Essex which is not flat and marshy, but rich and undulating, and fair and pleasant to look upon. In London the people were gasp ing for breath, but here, thougi the day had been fairly hot, it was now at six o'clock soft and balmy, and by nightfall the air would be sharp and fresh. It was such a fair day and such a fair riew! Eelnr.d on the higher ground stood a rambling old house, half hall, half farm-house a house with a long red-brick front, and a sort of terrace garden frcm which you might look across the fields and the long green stretches of land over which the bold sea came and went at ebb and flow of the tides. It was a quaint old garden, with turf like velvet, and raised beds cut in it here and there, gay with blazing scarlet geraniums and blue lobelias, and kept neat and...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

FIRST POLAR EXPLORER. A Holland Sailor Soagbt m Northeast Passage to China la 1594, . From Harper's Weekly: The hardy mariners who were the pioneers in Po lar discovery achieved wonders, con sidering that they had everything to learn about methods of Arctic work, and their vessels and equipment were very inadequate One of the greatest of all Arctic v. pagers was the man who commanded the first true Polar expedition, William Barentz. He sailed from Holland in 1594, on the little fish ing smack Mercurius, and the object of his voyage shows how ignorant the merchants and seamen of those days were as to the navigability of Arctic seas. Barentz pushed into the un known for the purpose of sailing around the north end of Nova Zembia, sad finding a northwest passage to Chilis, and so for a month he skirted the wall or ice that barred his way, seeking in every direction for a lane by which he might travel through the pack, putting his vessel about eighty one times and traveling back and fort...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

Pulaski 1 Starke 1 .SOLI. CI?e3nbepcnbcnt CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. suuciurTiov rmcK. One Year, Six Months. Three Mouths, cash, Per Copy, $1.50 .75 .03 utered at the post oITIee at riyutuuth. Indiana, as matter of the second clas. Friday 1)kcemiji:ii 17. 1S'J7. Democratic Convention 13th, District. The Deniociacy of the 13th, Congres sional District of Indiana, will meet in delegate convention, on Tuesday, Janu ary 11, IH'J at the opera house, in Ply mouth, Marshall county, Indiana, at 2 o'clock p. m., lor the purpose of select ing a member of the Democratic State Central Committee for the ensuing two years, who shall also be ex-otticio chair man of the i:th District Democratic Committee, and for the transaction o any other business that may come regu larly before the meeting. According to an order of the Demo cratic State Committee each county in the district is entitled to the following representation: counties. i 1 : 1. K( i . ti:s Klkhart 45 Fulton 23 Kosciusko ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

Barg" i i i i i i i i i i i 1 i $ mß d n & ä m m a b b fa 1 ? U1 mm wi i km &a m ft U 111 U " iLII I.t P7i3 1 4 aJ M F.1 KJ hbb buh ii ßin b ri i iyj mi iyj iyiu w figkiiii ' Tlie montli of all months. The holiday month. The month in which all try to make each other happy by giving thorn a Christmas present. AVe .ca this our RED LETTER MONTH Hie month in which we want to contribute to the happiness of all our numerous customers. We propose to do it in "our usual way which others may try to imitate, but will not do so successfully. Our way is not to give a Christmas present of a handkerchief or some Jother cheap item, but to make a general Reduction OH all Goods in the store in lieu of a gift. In this way all will be served alike and no favors shown to a few. We inaugeratein our red letter sale a Grand Sacrifice On all MERCHANDISE in our mammoth store. We shall not begin to advertise all our bargains in this paper; it would not be large enough to hold them all and in conseque...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

I MASONIC. PLYMOUTH KIL WINING LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday eve nings of each month. Daniel McDonald, K. M.JTohnson Brown lee, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No. 49, R. A. M.; meets second Fri day evening of each month. L. McDonald, II. P. J. C. Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAND'RY, No 26 K. T.; meets second and fourth Thursday of each month, Ed Corbin E. C; L. Tanner Ree. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No. 26, O. E.S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. Sallie Parks, W. M. Mrs. W. J. Rankin, Sec. ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 91; meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. F. II. Alberts, N. G. Jesse Ho ham, Sec. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPERION LODGE, No, 117; meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. John Linquist, C. C. Calvin Switzer, K. of R. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT No. 499; meets the second und fourth Fri day evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Chas. S. Price, C. R. C. M. Slater, Sec. K. O. T. M. PLYMOUTH TENT, No. 27; me...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

CHIEF JUDGE PARKER A NEW STAR IN THE POLITICAL HEAVENS, The New Yorker's Kecent Sacceas at the Poll Has Made Ulm a Person of National Proiuiueuce A Protege of Dare IlUL. .1 U D G E Alton LTTJ i-JL J J IVO A 1 IV 1 i who ha3 suddenly appeared on the political horizon, carried New York state for chief jus tics cf the court of 1' appeals at the re cent election. He is just cn the other side of 47, and is a descendant of a fine old Massachusetts family. Judge Parker was educated in an academy and a normal school at Cortland, N. Y., where his parents re sided. At 16 he began to teach, and thus earned the money that paid for his education in the law. In 1872 he was graduated from the Albany Law School and was admitted to the bar. He began to practice in Kingston, N. i., and was almost immediately made clerk of the board of supervisors of Ulster county. In 1S77 he was elect ed surrogate and was re-elected in 1SS3. He has bean very active in poli tics. lie has been a delegate to all of the ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

.jui! Carabiii Capes and Jackets. HI I Christmas fidkfs The greatest Handkerchief depatrment in Plymouth here invites an inspection of the enormous attractive j stock prepared for Holiday buyers. Iast years have j demonstrated that HERE is Handkeichief Ileadquar- j ters. This year's sale opens with reatei assortments j buying than ever. Purchase all your Handkerchiefs from us; you will get the choicest designs and best materials obtainable. We have them at prices ranging j from one cent to two dollars each. Make selections early. THE LARGEST STORE IN THE CIT An Extraorcliriarv Notice. The superb stock which we offer during this Holiday seaon of "97 o.:r nognized lowest prices and the Absolute Confidence which the entire public pi.u e in tl is store have assisted in making our sales much greater in dollars, in yardage :mi in artich s, than wo have ever before shown. Remember, we always have met any orr. petition, and are reco nied today by thousands of people as being the lowest' pri...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES From Moudnr Dally. Where is -Blouda Thompson? Friends of his aic makiu the inquiry. i'ost-Mabter peyer, of Culver Ci'y, was in the city today on business. John livtT left today lor Starke count) for a lew days hunt in that wild region. The K. of P's, of Argos, will i?ive a supper i ij their lodge room on Wednes day nighl. tee those beautiful medallions at the L'eoplts drusj store. Nothing nicer lor a Christmas present. All J atent uieUicines 60 cents on the $1.U) at Ihr LcJhuiii.ca;, south oi bridge. A hue line of ladies p u-k-t bo. k$ at People's drug si ore. What would make a nicer i !.- ..I 'i Vic WfiZer, foimerly of ihis city, but now ol Ci.ic jgo, spent Sunday with friends iu this city. Claud Peirce oi llagerstown who h.s beeu visiting friends in tins city return ed to bis home today. Mrs. Jude Corbin was worst last night. She is anlictod with lmllauiatiun of the stomach. liev. Th(rnbuig preached an able discourse at the I'resnyttrian church yesterday morning La...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 17 December 1897

LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Dallv. Charlie Tibbeta is transacting busi ness in Chicago this week. Plymouth Cominaudry held an in teresting session last night. Foresters meet io regular session to night in Castle ball. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of Chi cago, a-:e visiting the formers lather, Mr. Li. V. Miller. David llow has heard nothiug of the horse and buggy stolen from his stable j on Wednesday night. Marshal Meyers keeps the street crossings passible for pedestrians but it requires considerable work. The Altar (Juild meets with Mrs. F.d Thomas next Monday night. All mem bers are requested to be present. The Odd Fellows had a big crowd present in their lodtfe room last night. Joe Arney and Charlie Jiushman re ceived the third degree. What has become of all the tramps is a very common (juestioo asked. From reports it would seem that they have taken up winter quaiters near Elkhart. Leave your orders for Turkeys, chick em. fish and oysters for Christmas at the Daily Fish Market...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 24 December 1897

1- IA0 Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY DECEMBER 24 1897. No. 2 Kiglit Hot KoiiuiN. An ei-iht round sparring match was pulled offiajt night on the llonrbon lair ground bet "eeri McDonald, of Louis ville. Ivy., and a man by the name of' Streeler, of Indianapolis. The man agers of the affair h-tu rented a had i: the town hull of Hourhon and it was supposed :!.at every 'hing wa- fixed, an! that there would be no hitch in the proceeding?, but the Marshall didn't propose to be out done, so he rallied his deputies and pt them on guard, with orders to arrest every person who had a pugilistic look in his ee. A3 trie Mar shall had blood in his eye it was evidt nt ! that he meant business. Still he was not smooth enough to prevent the light lor the party repaired to the fair ground and in a very short time a ring was pitch ed and with the thermometer at zero or thereabout the lighters stripped for the tray. About one hundred sports were present at.d witnessed a pretty scienti...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 24 December 1897

Miss Dimsdale, in dismay. "Oh, I will come at once. Dorothy, stay and talk to David," she added, for Dorothy had made a movement as if she, too, want ed to go and hear more about Janet's trouble. y e'i i i 1 :-,. , Iii'! ' cv- jk"1 .1 sZ&Z&lMm POT OP INTERNATIONAL PFISS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER II (Continued.) In a moment the kitten, a little the "R-orse for wear and tear, was safely in ler mistress arms, and a great fuss did she make over it. In tho miusi of it, Dick Aly:::cr, knowing that his fretful horse wa.i dancing about on tLe other side of the house, said good ly again and escaped. "And. by Jove!" ie said, as he turned out of the gato", "she does not know my name eitl e:-. I seem bound to be mysterious today, somehow or ot'"-r. Evidently she mis took me ' i.ar.ies or, rather, she mistook mu for th? other in the mat ter cf names. Ali. well, she's goin;; av.ay ton-crrov. and I don't suppose 3 shall see her agair. or that it matters in the least whether she calls me Harri-,...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 24 December 1897

"MY WIFE'S LIFE. " How I was the means of savins: it. VThen trie longs are attacked and the ymptoms of consumption appear, then begins the struggle between affection and that destroying disease which slays its thousands annually. It is a happy issue to the struggle when disease is conquered and health restored. Such an issue does not always end the struggle, but it did in the case of Mr. K. Morris, Memphis, Tenn., who saw his wife wasting and weakening and physicians helpless, and then sug gested the simple remedy that wrought the cure, lie tells the story thus : "Seven years ago, mv wife had a severe attack of lung trouble which the phy sicians pronounced consumption. The cough waa extremely distressing, espe cially at ntght, and was frequently attended with the spitting of blood. The doctors being unable to helj her. I in duced her to try Dr. Ayer's Cherry Sectoral and was surprised a't the great relief it gave. Before uing one whole bottle she was cured, so that now she is strong...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 24 December 1897

D?e3nbcpcnbcnt CLAY W. METSKER, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION' PRICK. Oae Year. Ix Mouths, Throe Months, cash, for Copy, $l..p4 .73 .r a tared at the post oRW at Plymouth. In l!.-ta:i. as matter of Ute seeoud visa. Frida v Dixkmulik 2-1, ls'JT. Democratic Conventiou IStli, District. The Demociacy of the 13th, Congres sional District of Indiana, will meet in delegate convention, on Tuesday, Janu ary 11, 1833, at the opera house, in Ply mouth, Marshall county, Indiana, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of select tag a member of the Democratic State Central Committee for the ensuing two years, who shall also be ex-ollicio chair man of the 13th District Democratic Committee, and for the transaction of any other business that may come regu larly before the meeting. According to an order of the Demo cratic State Committee each county in the district is entitled to the following representation: CO ÜNTI ES. DKL K(J T IS Elkhart Vo Fulton 2:, Kosciusko : 'M Marshall 32 Pulaski 11 ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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