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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 May 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. Q T7. IfETSKSS, Pub. mnA Pve PliTKOTTTn, - Minor Happenings of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Religions. Social and Criminal Döing of the Whole World Carefully Condense ! for Our Krader The Accident It cord. an Franci.co,Cal. Jud:rp Coffee has rendered a decision declariug Mary 1 "Wnldron to be the legal widow of Daniel G. V.'aldron. Bridgeport, Conn. An Italian named O. II. Minotte was killed here by some of his enraged countr; men for attacking a 5-year-old girl. Crowley. Ala. .Tcse A. Allen, night operator, and Janus V. Warner engaged in a duel. Allen was killed instantly and Warner fatally injured. Harrisburg, Pa. do v. Stone has made a cut of $1,000,000 in the school appropriation and reduced several other items, whereby he saves in the aggregate $1,500.000. which will be applied to reducing the floating debt of the commonwealth. Fairbury. Ul. The large farm residence of Ch istian Kierurcli burned with all the 'ontonts. Kenosha, Wis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 May 1899

talma UK's sermon. "the sun PUT OUT," last SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. from tlie Text: "Tlie Sun Sliull ISe Turnul Into Darknv" Acts 2: 20 Thi- i:i-intl Suit of tlie WorM I tlif Christian Kfligiou. 'opy right IVO by Iou'ia Klopseh.) Christianity is the rising sun of our time, anil men have tried with the uprolling vapors of scepticism, and the smoke of their blasphemy, to turn the sun into darkness. Suppose the arenangels of malice and horror should be let loue a little while, and be allowed to extinguish and destroy the sun in the natural heavens! They would take the oceans from other worlds, and pour them on the luminary of the planetary system, and the waters go hissing down amid the ravines and the caverns, and there is explosion after explosion, until there are only a few peaks of tire left in the sun, and these are cooling docvn and going out until the vast continents of flame are reduced to a ?mall a e vage of fire, and that whitens and cools oft" until there are only a few coals left,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 May 1899

From Extreme Nervousness. MIIAT no one remedy can contain the is elements necessary to cure all diseases, is a fact well known to everyone. Dr. Miles Sy-lt.ru of Ilestorative Remedies consists of seven distinctively different preparation.;, eacli for its own purpose. Mrs. L. C. Bramley, 37 Ilenry t., St. Catherines, Ontario, writes: "For years I suffered from extreme nervousness and annoying constipation, developing Into palpitation an'l 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 bejan using Dr. Miles' Nervine, Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver Pills and the Anti-Pain Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain and headache. I soon felt much improved and the pains and aches and weariness left me. I then twk Dr. Miles' Restorative Tonic and am now restored to my former good health." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive guarantee, first bottle be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 May 1899

CAR OF Binder It is a good time to buy your twine. I will take your order and save you money. Come and see me before it is all engaged. BUCK, The Gash (E?e3nbepenbent Friday, May l'J, lS'JU. LOCAL BREVITIESFrom Fv1day' Eallv7hner'R Silver Leaf Hour 81.80. It's I best. tf Dallas Stone, three miles east of this city, is reported quite ill. About 821,000 of the Marshall county school fund is Rt ill not loaned. Sugar beet seed at Forbes.' Enough for one quarter acre oostsSO centc. 2w The Walnut Grove suni'.ay-school will hold their children's day exercises the second Sunday in June. Strawberries are down to from five to ten cents per box. They are far from sweet, but are a goodly appearing berry. Enoch Newcomb and little daughter Ethel went to Walnut this morning, j Mr. Newcomb'B hands are ttill alllicted with boils which makes it impossible for him to work. The children's home is busy preparing for the reception to be held the 21th. The grounds are now in order tor the summer. More tre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 May 1899

! DICK ( t I? RODNEY OY JYES GRANT. CHAPTER XX. -I Continued.) He took us so suddenly by surprise, that, although we had been waiting and watching for him since dawn, his resolute aspect and the arms he wielded rontrolled us all. and we stared at each other with irresolution in our purpose anil in our fa-es. No man. apparently, cared to act as our leader. "Presto!" roared the Cubano: "obey and keep quiet, or. demonio! as there are so many. I have a great mind to hoot one-half, that 1 may control the rest. Cast loose those top-sails, and up with the royals again set the flying-gib and main trysail quick, perrcs. or I'll make shark's meat of some more of you!" The crew seemed to lack either resolution or the power of combination, und no man appeared anxious to incu the sure penalty of instant death 1 . . ! by acting in opposition to Iiis perenip- j tory orders in setting an example to j the rest. So, sullenly and silently the fail trimmers stood by the tacks and braces; the wheel revo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 May 1899

m of is f Michigan Young Man Shoots Seven Pe rscns. FAILS TO COMMIT SUICIDE. Vitc t'iil'. riim!niitliT ami l"utli r-Iii-I.a Are Iiis it-t litis. !'i'!i e Are I I t-rly I nalle to Asi'ii Auy JU;u f.r tlse Crimes. At Howard City, Midi.. Jcscrh Harvey killed his wife, hi- uncle, Rchtrt Pierson, and his grandmother, ageci 7and mortally wounded his 2-month.s-rh:M, and wounded his faiher-in-law, John Lagan.-layer. and finally ?hot himself, inflicting a v.cund wh'.oh is exacted ro prcve fatal. Harvey also fired ii;-fTc;t'ial shots at Miss La Dar and his sister-in-law, who were visiting his he-use. The killing of the uni-le and grandmother took plare at the latter' home. Harvey had lived until his rr.arriagf with th? old lady, having ton brought up hy '.er. All the money, notrs and deds of any value are missing from the Pierson home. About $f00 is said to have been there. Friend? can assign no reason for Harvey's acts. He seemed perfectly sane and was not under the influence of liquor when ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 19 May 1899

(EI?e3nbepenbent Friday, May 19, 189. MARKET REPORT. iiutter tfggs v'hickens Lard Potatoes Flour per cwt llnrn meal 12c 12c 6c 6!2'c 30c 2.20 1.00 Hops per hd 3.00 to 3.10 Cattle 42j Wheat live Jörn 27 to 30 : Jat8 Olover seed 3.00to 3.Ö0 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed J-JJ; Timothy hay per ton -00 to S.00 Clover hay per ton ß-00 to 7.00 Marsh h?.y per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2 00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hoearth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIESSr orri Tuefiday s Daily. W. K.Greg aD wife started on their trip bome'Vürd bound f-r out i Dakota The faru ers' institute will be held at Argos the 2Cth and 27th of this month. The funeral of Adam Strohacker in the country today was largely attended. Miss Meta Behrens has been 6ecured JO teach Miss Menu's room during the remainder of her illness. Wm. Huff and E. L. DeCamp, of Bremen, were in Plymouth today on their way to Manchester, Tenn. Jacob Moench and family left today for Germany. They haye been residents of this city for some time. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

i . 1 Com edepeedee A. TVC li-TI cm Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1899. No. 24. ty st Ii k KT im vino iK.i. j age them to do 60. Not only is this the j case, but they epeak of their occupation A Lengthy liemonstraiioe ine the ; jn a disparaging manner, and thus deWork Five Hundred Frei l 15u- BtTOY the respect which UlbDV WOUld her Hoe ordered Purchased, otherwise have for it. They keep conTh council meeting was uninteiest- stantly complaining of the farmers' ing M oday, with the exception t one ; hard lot, they declare that no one else is or two arguments which arose epon- j or can be so much imposed upon as he taneou-dy from subject matter on hand, is, and they öfter express the hope that The remonstrance which ws pret-ented their children may not be compelled to with the idea of undoing all which has been accomplished in regard to paving Sophia street coutaiued a formidable list of reasons why it is befit not to pave that particular thoroughfare. Her...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

i i i THE VEKIY inOEPEnDHlT. a 7. METS1CC&, Pb, ad Prop. - - - XK2A2IJL, HS lOWIlffll Minor Happenings of the Pact Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. rolltlral. Religious, Social and Criminal Doings of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Keadwrs The Accident Record. Granite Falls. .Mini. Fire destroyed the Congregatioral church. The loss is $3,000. .St. Paul, Minn. Thomas T. O'Brien, who came from Chicago two weeks ago. was found dead at the Pittsburg hotel. Osgood. Ind. Louis Smith committed suicide by shooting himself. Two years ago he tried to kill himself by cutting his throat, but failed. Kenosha, Wis. B. F. Hetherington disappeared under mysterious circumstances. He left a letter sa-ying he was weary of life and intended to jump into the lake. Marietta, Ohio Joseph C. Oberly, who came from Cincinnati, baggagemaster at Union depot, was arrested for stealing a package from the United States Express company containing $283. Bloomington. 111. Two more cases ofsma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

I : I, II NEXT WORLD'S FAIR IS TO BE HEID AT ST. LOUIS IN Society Directory. 03 The City is Already J J (St. Louis Letter.) St. Louis gave an undeniable and emphatic approval of an international exposition and world's fair commemorative of the Louisiana purchase at a grand iua.-s meeting the other evening in Music hall. The demonstration was practical, in that the sum of $1.008.170 was subscribed during the evening. I'p to 7 in the evening $l,63t.500 had been subscribed and $1.600.000 pledged, so that the total of $4.244.670 was anuounced at the close of the meeting toward the $5,000.000 with which St. Loui as a city proposes to aid the enterprise. There was something of sentiment, too. in the evening, when round aftr round of applause, shouts and cries of enthusiasm rang through the great hail in answer to the appeals from the speakers to the patriotism of the great audience and the prayers for suDDort and indorsement. Men ! prominent in public and private life were there in number...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

Railroad Engineer Testifies to Benefits Received From Dr. Miles' Remedies. 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 ind the mental faculties unimpaired. Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 1323 Broadway, Council Bluffs, but now residing at 3411 Ilumboldt 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. Miles' Remedies." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druggists under a positive Miles guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re-fe Re3t0re jf funded. Book on dis-, . j eases of the heart andj Tiea,Xf,v nerves free. Address. I Ulxl DR. MILES M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

CAR OF Binder It is a good time to buy your twine. I will take your order and save you money. Come and see me before it is all engaged. BUCK, The Cash (Ef?e3n&epenbent Fiiiday, May 2H, 180. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Dallv. Zehner's Silver Leaf tlour 81.80. It's best. tf Earl Corbaley has resigned his position at Jacox's grocery. The amount of school fund on hand to loan is exactly S3J12.47. Dr. C. A. Brown will Boon remove his otlice to the Kendall tlock. Rev Longbr3ke preached his farewell sermon at Inwood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. lirooke celebrated their 41st marriage anniversary recently. The weather is almost too Bevere for a luxuriant crop of buttercups and violets this spring. Atty. Samuel 1'arker sold the personal effects of the late J. li. Cooper, of Inwood last Saturday. J. C. Bunnell has returned from In dianapolis where he has been attending the Undertakers State conyention. E. Caudle and family have moved back to Plymouth. They have been residents of Na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

DiCK RODINEY; OY JYE ('KA1TKR XXII.-t Conti need.) ! i-risi was now at Laud wi!L our Cu"The imt la! is dying from lack of a j bano. fioetor."' said old Tom. who knelt be- j The evening of the fourth day after fide Hi lop. handling Iiis wounds with i we had saved Hyslop found the hviK the tenderness of a woman; "and if j still lying on a tsterly eourse; but the whole Hri-ish navy hove in sight, j whether in the latitude of Cape San we haven't a rac of h niing to shake j Koque or of the Rio Grande, we knew uut as a hiKnal. sdnee that ras ally pita- j not: and. I suppose, it was all the same roon, the Cuba no. has rast every color j to Antonio. and signal oerhoard." j wa at the wheel. The sunset was "Well. Tom. he shan't die this bout.'" gorgeously beautiful. The Eugenie was ffaid Ned f'arlton. hopefullv. "Let us running with both taeks aft: and un tie up his wounds ay best we an, to l-eiay the bleeding, and give him something a a reviver." "Iff a blessing his old mother in t-eoth.ru; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

UMSO IB I Loss Estimated at Between One and Two fvlillion Dollars. DESTRUCTION IS COMPLETE. One Inin!r-l nml Kltii IT(iiItiri CT. Krair; ir.tj I lie I5uines ( rnirr of the Tout. 'msuii-l t'ooil Ontaliiai If, bat IImrs Cannot Vet lie Ket.uilt. Tlie great fire, so lor.s threatened, ovei whf Inu u D.iw.-on City and nothing is left of the -enter of the Klondike metropulis tave a hea;i of ashes. One hundred and eleven Imllfliurs. large and .small, wfre cor.s'irn d. Fortunately fry 1 e inhanirants. thf tdp warehouses o. th Alaska I'ommereial eompany and the Xf:th Arr.tritari Trading and Transportation comj any esi-apcd untou hed with all their ontFnt. Strangely enough. the fire wa-cau.-ed a had heen its j.rede. es-sor that ail but obliterated the town, through the up.-etting of a lamp. The loss h estimated at between Jl.Oii'.OOO and 2.toy.C(.(i. ThTe was no fatality. It will be impossible for any pretentious effort at rebuilding to l-e made until navigation opens, for at present there are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

' I I MARKET REPORT. Butter ESSS Chickens Lard Potatoes Flour percwt. Corn meal 12c 12c 3c 30c 2.20 1.00 .3.00 to 3.10 Hogs per hd Cattle 4.25 Wheat 65 Rye 42 Corn , 27 to 30 Oats 22 Clover seed 3.00to 3.50 Timothy seed 2.00 Milliteeed 100 Timothy hay per ton 7.00 to 8.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per tou 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. f?e 3nbepenbent Fkiday, May 2,, LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Daily. The authorities are diligently enforc ing the school law. Joe Rille has moved to Mishawaka where he has secured work. Wm. Moorehou8e of Lamar, Col., is visiting relatives in tnis city. Al Snitler will hold services at the Twin Lake church next Sunday. Al Mitchell of Ottawa, Kan., is visit ing the Sponsler family in this city. George II. Thayer and George W Marble returned from New York tliis evening. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs Dickinson Monday, May 29th, at 2.30 p. m. All are invited. dlw S. B. Edwards, of Port...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

D. C. KNOTT, Pres. C. A. REEVE, Mgr., Sec. and Treas. ht f lipoid Cetotaie & BREMEN, IND. All important business bouses public offices, county officials, physicians, lawyers ami other profession;.! men and all railroads and factories readied by this system. 1 his service reaches all towns in Marshall County. , WRIGHT 15 4 n is ! as IS s TS -IS 2 RATES: Business Houses, $2 per mo. Residences, $1 per mo. Over 160 Phones in Use in Plymouth. E. J. THOMPSON, 1?M Cumber Dealer, BREMEN, INDIANA. Handles Doors, Sash, Blinds, Laths, Shingles, Etc. Manufacturer of All Kinds of Interior Finishings. When on a visit to this town call and see what inducements we can give you to make this city your regular trading place. In addition to regular stock of Dry Goods and Groceries we keep a lot of goods especially suited to Wedding, Birthdav nr Holiday Presents. Dry Goods, Groceries, Queensware, Fancy Crockery, Jin Important point with the ladies at housecleaning time of the year is WALL PA...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

99 the new Shoe for Women. For all styles, sizes, shapes and kinds of Shoes, see SHAMBAUGH, the only exclusive shoe man in Marshall County. Remember that he has the largest and most complete line ol Shoes in the County. The most stlih, coinfoi t;ihle and durable shot- that 3 011 can buy. Over tvventv exclusive sh.ipe for -'H seasons and occasions. The extreme of style, the perfection of comfort anil tit. Daintily shot! are those who wear them. i " ! 5s - ' ' f ' s -j. rg - 1 -v 2r L- Z- 2 p- -2' v , v " v ' t"v $ 55? 5 4 -IS -IS is The modelling and draughting of "SOKOS1S" Shoes, as well as certain peculiarities in construction prevent the common trouble, the flattening of the arch of the foor. They support the instep and make walking easy and graceful. lSOROSIS" is the only shoe ever manufactured for women practically, mechanically and hvgenically perfect, and is superior to anv other Shoe you can purchase, no matter what the price. "SOROSTS" is a revelation in Footwear, and has be...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

Turniture of Jill Rinds and at Prices to Suit M In Chairs, Tables, Fancy Furniture and Notions we lead the Market. BABY CARRIAGES. For Solid Comfort Use one of our Sofas or Couches. They are gems. Come and inspect our stock and get our prices and we will get your trade. i fts fts fts fts ftS a a ftS fts i fts fts fts fts fts vl vl vV Nl 0 0 si vl vf vl vj vl vJ vl '1 1 VV V 0 v& vt v) vl vt vl BREMEN, IND. CAPITAL, $25,000 00. WE HUFF, President. I. L. D. SEILER, Cashier. G. F. WAHL, Assistant Cashier. ft general Banking Business. BREMEN, IND. .'- gs. 2--2? -25 "5 S 5 5? Sk 5 ' v vV v& vl HARDWARE! fts fts fts AS fts fts ftS fts fts Its as as fts its fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts Its fts fts fts fts fts fts fts fts 4S 8 Hardware at Rock Bottom Prices und satisfaction guaranteed. Such as Builders' Material, Sash, Doors, Lime, Cement, Cartel' and Fahnstock White Lead, trietly pure Linseed Oil, Pumps, Pip...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

FRED W. flONROE. ROBT. 5. MONROE. 5 UO HONROE BROS., VI A. Wm Aft A F4 4i to ft 6 A mmt C. H. NEU, nrflirn in -ex Hardware, Cutlery, Stoves, Tinware, Champion Binders and Mowers, Oliver and Imperial Plows, Malta Walking and Hiding Cultivators, Baggies and Wagons, Gasoline and Cook Stoves of all kind, Paints and Oils. Buy of us onee and you will buy of us always. Price, quality considered, is low as the lowest. Bourbon, Indiana. Dr. matches Chloride of Gold Cure BOURBON, IND. St ciaiit in uciiv ami pa'iilos cures nf Mnrpnine ami Whiskey Habirs at Hourbo t Institute or at patient's home. OJby pay from $75 to $100 foi Meatiiitnt of thi- wiukrv or i morphi ie hahit, when a cure is; t'uaraiitee! at from $ I for .t home; treatim nt o $2 Oh Hournon he.ulquartei s. It is s;if, sur , spt edva'Mt p: rfecriv painh ss ;mo no injefions. All patient treat J vvith no publicity at the institute without the ktnwl 1. f patient's neighbors ;.t Immt'. Tlionsantls cures all over the union. Write for cir...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 26 May 1899

66 COMP n 9? m oe Sample Room, and the FAHOUS "CURLY HEAD SMOKER" are the It 4 PLYflOUTH, INDIANA. PLYnOUTM, IND., For the Choicest Meals and Lunches of all kinds. ICE CREAM. We are Leaders for Quality. fruits and Canned Gcods. Otto Albert. Phone 114. LAHSON'S North End Lunch Room, Alichigan Street, Is the place for the farmers. kinds, Fresh Buns, Cakes and Pies. a nice Lunch for Little Money. VP 1 1 11 of $oca!led Pachage Qoofls. Donft pay for printing Picture Cards and packages, but come to PLYHOUTH, IND., AND GET CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC'ClCCCiCCCCCCC Fine Line of Wines, Liquors and Cigars Old Crow and Courtland County Rye. "Blatz's," the Beer that made Milwaukee famous. Pabst's World Renowned Beer. LGOTO0N,Prop. L(ix)i1e Stivcl. UptoDate Diindry Ulork The man who declares what he knows is not necessarily a braggart. We solicit your patronage and state a fact WE KNOW OUR BUSINESS Plymouth Steam Caundry. PLYMOUTH, IM). Hot Soup, Hot Coffee, Meats of all Give us a call and we will give...

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