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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 March 1899

THE WEEKLY IHDEPEHDEBT. CL W. ilETSKSR, Pub. and Prop. 13 Happenings of the Past Week. .VZ?US OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. !'iitU-l. KeligiouS Social and Criminal iNuiiSs of the Whole World Carefully t iiinkiijfl for Our Ileailers The Ac iiivut Kecord. :;derson. Ind. A mass-meeting of f r..-;cni Indiana dunkarils decided to . ( ;.d more colonists to North Dakota. 'i.eiby vili-. Tenn. Fire destroyed .Miller Bros.' diy goods store and Pec -1 !".s v: Thoui:so:i'ri drus .store. The lo.-o is :..;(. liiifaio. X. Y. The Kllhoit Square bank has clcsfd it? doors. Tho hank i.a.l ;i a;:iui! of $:!'.t,M) uad was organized v. 11. I.o.-:ir.",ton. Ky.--The larn;e Tarr listilln'y was so'd at ar.ction and was hoiight for jr ' 1 by the recently formed f.ii-i of Kentucky distillers. Ashley. 1 1!.- C'cii'l o spinal meningitis in its wci.-t form has r.::.Ie its ;.i:ir:u;r.e.- l;e; Four death . ail aa.AKK i:l;ii -i. !i:ivf .-. ,:ud. 'c!i:n;b,i.--. Ohio --Tile- o'itr;enre f tlko Chio minfr ar.d operators ad-jo::rn...

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

3i n m A m f m m t n D CK RODNEY: Or, The Adventures of An Eton 5oy... BY J AAA EES GRANT. ( CIl A PT Eli V. ( ( 'on t inued. "In a mcnicnt his blue shirt was off and p'atod cn the lift of tht foivyard. This nuant. Mr. Rodney, that as merchant seamen we appealed to the man o'-war f';r protection, and wanod an ! armed heat's crew. Thank heaven, such an apppeal is never made in vain j by a poor Jack of any country to a i Eritish man-o'-war. hut the lubberly ! Spaniards never noticed the signal, or ; If so. never heeded it." j '"The Yankee skipper uttered a fierce laugh. " "I5e':se that shirt and come down, you sir.' he thundered cut: 'down instantly, or I will shoot you like a toon." "But. desperate with fear, the poor ; IrilOV now stood upon the vard. and I while one hand grasped the topping i h morrow I'll overhaul yon, in the Jiff, with the other he waved his shirt; forenoon watch. Till then, good-by:' to the Spaniards. I heard the crack ; and before I could say anything more of a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 March 1899

Railroad Engineer Testifies to Benefits Received From Dr. Miles' Remedies. loss of members of the house would PAVEMENT IDEAS. be more than half. Authority to do this sort of thing is f 'und in the four teenth amendment to the constitu OPINONS WORTH CONSIDERING Have vou seen our tion. South Bend Times. BY OUR COUNCIL. IP W THERE is no 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 heartily recommend Dr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 March 1899

L cococccoccooocccocccoccco O C) o Ü o () o o o o () () o o () C) Ü o C) Fence FENCE NOW IS THE TIME I am in a position at the bottom prices. BUCK'S CASH OCCCOCCCOOCCOOCCOOCCOOCGO Cl?e3nbepenbent Friday, March 3, 18W. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Ially. All kinds of machine oils at Forbes'. The Depew tliuriDg mill, at Culver has changed hands. Bay your garden eeeds in bulk and save money. Forbes. w2t Protracted meeting still progresses at the Pretty Lake church. Enoch Mow has traded his livery stable at Culver for land west of Kewanna. A. Cory and family haye made arrangements to move to Fort Wayne to morrow. G. II. Mclvinney, of Monterey is about to make his permanent residence in this city. Mrs. W. W. Kem went to Culver today to attend Relief Corps No. 226 meeting. The Culver corps is in a fl jur iehing condition. Sap tanks, stock tanks, made of 20 gauge galvanized steel and guaranteed against bursting and freezing. None better made. w2t Forbes. The committee appointed by Mayor J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 March 1899

JiOSE AMONG- TJIOENS. '"Say, boys, did you know we" had ferne new neighbors?'' asked Fred Marshall, one night. "Yes," he returned, in answer to the question deI ictcd on all of our faces, "and what'mere, they are four young ladies, and they just moved into the Il.it belcw us to-day." And Fred looked around at us, conscious that he had made an imITessicn. "Hooray.'" yrlled Jack, rather loudly, considering the fact that he had That very day tailed himself a confirmed bachelor. "Just one apiece," said Harry Morten, with inimitable drawl; "say, boys, I'm going to liave the fir ft pick." "Don't count your chickens before they're hatched. I was the eldest, an I I considered it my duty to throw in a idece of advice once in a while. "Are you quite sure tiny are young. Fred?" "Wei!. I don't know," he replied, rather dubiously: "one of the fellows down at the oflice told me, but of course (this w i'h an injured air) he wouldn't be supposed to know just how eld they all were." Hut Jack cleared...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 March 1899

The Instinct of Self Dffcnn. Every boy who owns rabbits knows that if a stranger goes into the shed where they are kept they g.ive a resounding thud with their feet upon the floor. This is a warning signal. Wild rabbits strike the ground the same way just before they enter their burrow.--. An inteiersting point, is that rabbits give this warning stamp with their hind feet, v.-Mio sheep. deer and antelope use- their fore feet. This is I because the action of striking was in 1 fcrniei- times a method ot diffuse or attack, and in rabbits the hind Ires are more powerful; in the other animals mentioned the fore leg.;. Chicago Xc.s. Ilow' Tlmi We rcr O::o llurid.ed IK-.I.üs reward forar.y c a-e' of Catarrh LLut cautiot bo cured ! y Hull's i rri. Ci r. V. J. "II i:NK V & CO.. Te'o.. o. We. the u?!iit rsif.'nf ,i. have known 1'. J. Ckeixy for the last 15 years nnd belie ve .am 1 erlYctly honorable iu all basine.- tr.'i nsac-t ions and tinanciall.v able t-J carry out uhyobl.gatie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 3 March 1899

Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, March 3, 1800. The bill providing for a primary election law has passed the house. It was amended so thit its enforce ment becomes optic nal with the voters of the various counties. The holding of the Illinois su preme court that Chicago is respon sible for damage done in the riots of 1S94 is an interesting reminder of the responsibility of the public for the enforcement of law. The Indianapolis Sentinel says to the democratic representatives who are damning its course on the reform measures, that it thinks it has done right and adds in words to this effect "If they don't like it they can lump it. Senator Gorman says there are enough army officers strutting around Washington in uniform, attending suppers and parties, and doing nothing but drawing their salaries, to make up a formidable army in themselves. A Whington correspondent says Senator Fairbanks has prepared an amenci lent which will be submitted to the general deficiency bill, to pay the governor of I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 March 1899

Comity Library J aal 98 1 1 y tadepeedee WW Uli Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1899. No. 13. Comet WW CT o 5 prill 4 SHIRTS A handsome assortment of Fancy Shirts in the latest patterns ami designs. Also a complete and up-to-date line of White Dress Shirts, both laundered and unlaun-dered. Special: terns, well and strongly shoulder-blade, having and pair of link cuffs to worth 75c, for See Windows Something New FOR LADIES. The Paris Skirt and Waist Supporter is guaranteed to positively prevent the waist from slipping and putting at the back, and the skirt from sagging or slipping from under the belt. We are sole agents. Ask to see it. pH 1) VJmmmxmmmA w W Majestic Biscuit Baked in Three Minute and Served with HOT COFFEE at as as as Os Os as J. R. West's Commencing Monday, March 13, '99 All are invited to attend and & UREAT MAJESTIC STEEL AND Z t HALLEABLE w (iS THE GrtUw ioESTIC. ill (S 6 Ost THE GREAT MAJESTIC. I'majesticI I majestic Hfl O ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 March 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - . INDIANA II I MMN known, all inuates of a bcardingMinor Happenings Of the Past ! house near the Magna Charta mine, ij . ' were buried in an avalanche that swept "ee' the house oil a mountain side. i EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. I'olitU-al. Kellctous, Social ami Criminal Doing of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Headers The Aciiileut Kecord. ! Morgantown. W. Va.-Pire was ! started by an explosion in Mechanical hall of the University of West Virginia and burned the building to the ground. Loss. $52.000. Myerstown. Pa. By a boiler explosion at Frank Smalu stone quarry Monroe Pillinger was instantly killed and Irving Firestone and Frank Smalt, injured. San Jose. Ca!. Two bi yi le riders. David Aratio and Daniel Murphy, ran into each other on the country road. Aratio was killed almost instantly and Murphy was nit and bruised. San Ouentin. Cab A conspiracy - - - - a among the convicts in the state prison here to mu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 March 1899

m m m m m m m m m m m Hi. DICK RODNEY; BY JYES GRANT. CHAPTER VI. A Hurricane Drives Us lo the Fortunate Isles. Some days after this we passed a carraca. as the Portuguese name those large and round built vessels which they send to Brazil and the Indies. and which are alike adapted for burden, fighting and sailing. On exchanging the hearings which, when vessels pass each other, are usually chalked on a blackboard hung over the quarter Weston and Iiislop found a considerable difference between the Portuguese and ours; but, never doubting that we were correct, they l,or on without hailing the carracu. a.s we parsed each other on opposite tacks tinder a press of sail. The weather continued cloudy, and an increased difference was found on exchanging he latitude and lengtitude with another vessel next morning. Tuen, after an observation at noon. "Westi r. found that for more than fifty hour.- the Kugcnie had been going several milts to the southeast of her dua COUIV". The compass was imm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 March 1899

Chronic Dyspepsia Gored. f'i ' HFTER suffering for uearly thirty years from dyspepsia, Jlrs. n. E. Dusdale, wife of a prominent business rnan of Warsaw, N. Y., writes: "'For 28 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. No matter Low careful of my diet I suffered agonizing pain after eating. I was treated by many physicians and tried numerous remedies without permanent help. Two years ago I bepan taking Dr. Miles' Nerve and LiTer Tills and Nervine. Within 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 band and a sinsle dose disnels ny old symptoms." I irfW Dr. Miles' Remedies i'-'SSSS n- are sold by all druggists unaer a positive guarantee, first bottle Y Miles it Nervine 3 benefits or money re- ßestoros 4 iunuea. hook, on ais- il f . 1 eases of the heart and l rSa,tt1 nerves free. Address, e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 March 1899

cococccoccooooooooococooo o o C) o o C) () Ü o Fence FENCE o g NOW IS THE TIME Ö I am in a position at the bottom price?. o G o o BUCK'S CASH ÜCCCOOOCOOOCOOOOOOOCOOOCO Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, March 10. 18W. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday'? Dallv. The paving and sewerage question is the main topic at present. Geo. Jones has tssumed control of the rittsburgh depot restaurant. Delmar Coonfare left today for Knox. From thence he will go to North Dakota. Nat Lee and wife are rejoicing over the t.rrival of a nice big boy in tneir family last night. St. Patrick's day comes on the 17th of this month. So far no arrangements for observing the day in this city have been learned of. H. A. Cherrier, northern passenger agent for the Missouri, Kansa? & I'exas Ry., was in the city today and was the guests of J. E. 1 lanes. Mrs. Jessie Lemming arrived this morning from Mentone. Mr. Lemming arrived yesterday. They will become permanent residents of Plymouth. John Paschall and wife of Roches...

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

HE FACE OFTHE WOMAN OF THE STONE AGE Science, that has kür much, has 2.ccomp!ished its most during deed. iWnre its last a hievt ment the marvels of rt'con.-ii iK tion of ancient monsters are marvels no more. The skull of a woman of tin- St oik -Age lias been I,,Hi .1 with featuts which the scientists who did it say may he accepted without hesitation as a correct reproduction of the appearance of tlie woman in life. The picture that is printed with his article an cxaci copy of the ;i-proditc-ed t'ace. It is tlie oiliest fare jp the worid. l.-ng before Niiu-veh and Tv:v wie. (hat :ce loo!- c i oa 1 1i nicnst l'lib Mem- of a world in heie::. When the ma in :uo; ji and the cae 1 ar and the saber-tool bed tiger roand the world and di.-p.ited th nuf-f v t" ii with inen who V.!"' oalv !-s A I..-a.-- am! hardly ! .una::, this woman ?:vd in the i! 'we!lii:irs of th" 'tiouuta.ti seas of Switzerland. It v as ainoii.i; the ruins of a ! ! liitr of t?t- die dwelling-, in . it vers: no. how this f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 10 March 1899

l?i THE GREAT NORTHWEST. Letter Kniin the Knusan and Nebraska Ie!et;utes to IJanphln. Prince Albert, Sask.-, 17th August, 1S9S. William McCreary, Esq., Immigration Commissioner, Winnipeg, Man: Sir We. the undersigned delegates from Kansas and Xfcbra&ka, U. S. A., in reporting the results of our trip to Dauphin, and subsequently to Regina, Prince Albert and the middle Saskatchewan country, beg to say that our tickets were limited to 21 days, and as we J:?d other If re regions to visit, we could oniy spend a short time in the Dauphin country. We examined, however, the principal cultivated areas in the southern parts of township 25, range 19, the great wheat fields of Wisflart. Buchanan, Owen, Smith, Ross, Sinclair, the Whitmores, Drinkwaters, etc.. and subsequently, others to the north, and never, in our experience, have we seen finer grain. The whole country is v.atered by numerous streams flowing from the slopes of Riding Mountain, and excellent well water is found every...

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

(Lf?e3nbepenbent Friday, March 10, 1890. The Chicago Record has the picture of a "beef" in the witness chair with this question propounded: "Have you ever been embalmed?" Nothing irons out a woman's wrinkles so pleasantly as the knowledge that the man who threw her over is living unhappily with his wife. The taking of the twelfth census in 1900 offers congenial employment to a large force and those with a "pull" are taking hold early in hope of landing jobs. Logansport Reporter. Wanted. Twenty or more ablebodied, honest and intelligent men to serve on township and county advisory boards. Much work, no thanks and no pay. Apply to J udge Capron. There will be no more commodores in the United States navy, according to the new bill recently passed by congress. The rank has been abolished and the advancement now is from commodore to captain and thence to admiral. LEGISLATURE ADJOUKNS. The Sixty-first general assembly of Indiana adjourned sine die at 8:30 Monday evening, after the usual t...

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

Conn Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1899. No. 14. ty tadepeedeet EW FANCY RIBBONS. New and nice line of Carpets, Curtains, Men's N Real Stylish, Fashionable Silks. The popularity of Our Silk Department increases year by year. Why? Because the stock at all limes is replete with fashion's choicest fancies and staples. The new line of plain and changeable Taffetas, Corded Taffetas (the most popular novelty of the reason), Novelty Silks of every description, Plain and Fancy Blacks is the greatest ever exhibited. Fancy Novelties are exclusive patterns. The nrices range 35c, 50c, 75c, 85c, 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.70 and $2. Men's Easter Neckwear. Grand exposition of up-to-date creations Puffs, Tecks, Four-in-hands and Bows the latest shapes full assortment of choice patterns and rich colors nicely made; -yr and cnr choice for O The rage Puffs and Four-in-Hands, and we have them. See Wi'.idows.j P. S. As advertised last fall that Mr. Carabin is going out of...

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

THE WEEKLY I11DEPEHDEUT. CL W. METSKER, Pub. and Propt rX.THOTJTH, ... INDIANA MM! Minor Happenings of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. 7 ? Political, Rclicioa. Social and Criminal Doing of the Whole World Carefully Condensed fur Our Header The Ac" 'ideut Kecor-I. . Quiney. Mass. Committees from the Granite Mauufae Hirers' association and the Granite Cutters' union reached an agreement regarding wages, and the strike which has been on for two weeks has been railed off. Bristol. Tenn. den. Walker and Attorney Hamilton, who were wounded in a shooting affray at the courthouse, are resting easily. Neither of the wounded men will make a statement in regard to the affair. Santiago lie Cuba A movement is cn foot to persuade the Tinted States government to purchase San Juan hill, to be used as a public park. (Jen. Leonard Wood, military governor, and other prominent Americans faor ;he project. Pari; The government inquiry regarding the explosion of the navii powder magazine in La G...

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

OCEAN All the Sensations of a Deep to Be Had Philadelphia Record: Because or the great novelty of the proposition the projectors of the "mareorama" have been assigned by the directors of the Paris Exposition to a most prominent site, in the very shadow of the Eiffel tower, as a location for this proposed amusement feature. Work has already been commenced on a large structure to accommodate it. The word "mareorama" is a new one. which has been coined for this special purpose. It is a pinorama of the sea. Not one of the old-time panoramas, where one stands on a raised platform and views ;i stretch of canvas, with a somewhat realistic foreground encircling him: on the contrary, an experience, new and novel in every particular, will be revealed to the visitor. Nothing more or less than a perfect illusion of an ocean trip. Not a short trip of but a few minutes, but a voyage, a cruise, as serious and as attractive as if you really were upon the deck of a bona fide steamer going at full sp...

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

Miraculous Benefit RECEIVED FROM Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. ELI P. BABCOCK, of Avoca, N. Y., a veteran of the 3rd X. Y. Artillery and for thirty years of the Babcock & Munsel Carriage Co., of Auburn, says: "I write to express my gratitude forthemiraclous benefit received from Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I suffered for years, as result of army life, from sciatica which affected my heart In the worst form, my limbs swelled from the ankles up. I bloated until I was unable to button my clothinjr; had sharp pains about the heart, smothering spells and shortness of breath. For three months I was unable to lie down, and all the sleep I got was In an arm chair. I was treated by the rr, doctors but gradually grew worse. Abo. . jear z.zo I commenced taking Dr. Mil j ew Heart Cure and it saved my life as if by a miracle." 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. Addres...

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

coooooooooooocooooooooooo o FIVE' PRESENTSo o To be given away Dec. 30, 1899, o o BY O o . . "7 o O BUCK, Cash Hardware Man" O Ü O 1st One First Class Top Bugy. Q X 2nd One Good Double Barrel Shot Gun. O 3rd One Good No. 1( Oak Heating Stove. Sc 4th One Set Koffers Silver Plated Knives y and Forks O 5th One Xicklc piated O O ONE TICKET WITH EACH 25C PURCHASE. Q o - OWhen you want anything in the hardware or bicycle line, piease call. My rorlces will be tin lowest in the county and goods the best. O BUCK'S CASH OCOCQOOOOOOCOOOOOOOCOOOOO Cl?e3nbepenbent Friday, Makch 17, lS'J'J. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Friday' Dallv. Elias Dickinr.on living in the country lost a valuable horse one day this week. Martin Helpman, of IJourbon, has had his pension increased from $12 to 14 per month. Daniel Jacoby has Leen suffering from a big carbuncle oa his neck but is much better now. Charles A. Linkehhelt, of Plymouth, has filed a petition for bankruptcy. His liabilities are $1,781 . The following marriag...

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