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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 1 April 1898

GAINED 22 POUMDS IN 5 WEEKS. From the By-Stander, Macomb, III. Alderman Louis TV. Camp, of our city, kas quite astonished his friends of late, lj a remarkable gain in weight. He has gained 22 ponnds in five -weeks. Those of his friends who do not know the facts of his sickness will read with interest tte fol lowing: "I was broken down in health and utterly miserable," said ilr. Camp to our reporter. "I was unable to work much of the time and so badly afflicted with a form of stomach trouble that life was a veritable nightmare. 'I tried various remedies, but during the six months of my sickness I obtained no relief. I had always been a robust.healthy man and sickness bore heavily upon me. "About two years I was advised to try Dr. Williams' Pink I ills for Pale People. I purchased one box and received so rauch benefit that I used five more and was entirely cured. I gained twenty-tiro pounds in five weeks. Since I stopped taking the pills I have scarcely had an ache or pain. Interviewi...

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. — 1 April 1898

Lf?eI5nbepenbent CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, - $1.50 Six Months, - - .15 Three Mouths, cash. .60 Per Cody. .M ute red at the post otlice at Plymouth. Indiana as matter of the second clas. Fin day April 1 1893. Frances Hodgson Uurnett, the au thor of "Little Lord Fauntleroy" and "A Lady of Quality' has sued her husband for'divorce. Mrs. Bur nett, in spite of her literary attain nr.ents, seems to be a butterfly that thrives in the sunshine of society and loves fo feed on tha distilled essence of social pleasures. Sunday evening receptions being her fad. Mr. B., chiefly known as the husband of Mrs. Burnett seems to be more of a plod der. Hence the incompatibility. The religio that makes people pay their debts; the religion that makes no distinction between wealth and poverty; the religion that makes people honest and upright; the re ligion that makes men manly and women womanly; the religion that is a part of people's every day life, exempli...

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. — 1 April 1898

LOCA.L BREVITIES, From Friday's Dally. The pol's opened promptly at 8 oclock this morning. And etil! the street paving project is being agitated. There has been enough rain within the past ten day8 to last all summer. The Odd Fellows held an interesting session last night. There is no sickness at the county infirmary at prespnt. The Sons or Veterans will hold the r regular meeting tonight. No school in C. room next week end the young folks are happy. There has been a great deal of guess ing done in Plymouth today. Alf Cordill has returned to Laporte to work at his trade blacksmithing. Harnest Mickey son of Prosper Mick ey is quite sick with a sore throat. Mrs. C. A. Siddall of Richmond is the guest of Mrs. Toan of this city. Thera will be an elegant suppnr serv ed this evening in the Presbyterian church. Mrs O'JJrieo of Bourbon stopped at the Ross house today on her way to South Rend. 'Ih'f big street scraper was brought out this morning and did effective work on Michigan street Joh...

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. — 1 April 1898

AN IDEAL BACHELOR THOSE WHO ARE DANGEROUS TO ROWDIES AND ROBBERS. 1 n WRITER WHO UNDERTAKESTO TELL ALL ABOUT HIM. m s If., ONE KIND OF BAD MEN n Wyoming Cattleman Who Checked th Little Game of Two Chicago Thieves How a Millinery Salesman Cowed a Tough That Wanted to Shoot at Everything. "What iä known a a lad man in the far west is not necessarily a man of an unvaryingly evil disposition or of dis position eril at all. He may be uniform ly and cussed ly bad or bad uuly in the sense of being dangerous to those who offer him unjustifiable provocation. I have met many varieties of the species in my 30 years of travel west of the Mississippi," said a former commercial traveler. "I was in the train in which it hap pened, although I did not see the occur rence, when two thieves came to grief in trying to rob a oattlman. It was in the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy station in Chicago, or, rather, just be yond the station. The thieves evidently had planned the robbery beforehand, knowing th...

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. — 1 April 1898

TO Be Gl A Two-seated Canopy top Surrey at ash DECEMBER Tickets with each 25 (El?c3nbcpcnbcnt Fkidw A run. 1 1MS. MA UK KT KKl'Ol.T. Hotter Egg Chickens IiHRl Potatoes Flour per ewt Cur n meal 12 o. ; I .2. -IU to 2.M) i j"(M) . Hooper hd ... 4.ii0j Tattle W heat Kje Corn j , L'5C le Uats Clover feed Timothy seed AllJht seed Timothy hay per ton Clover hay per ton 1 I) .".00 to T.iK) Marsh hay per ton I.oo to ..00 Straw per load 2 0C Furnished by Fd. S. Hogarth & Co. From Monday's Dally. Yellow river is on another boom. ' Frank Harter of South Whitley is in the city today. Such sudden changes in the weather IS not conducive to health. ' C. V. Metsker spent Sunday with his family in Camden. , Boys it is cruel and wrong to kill those innocent song birds. The present cold snap has put a darapener on early garden making. .Silas Joseph is making arrangements to more to South Dakota. Ilermon Wilson has sold bis farm and will shortly leave for Dakota. The youngest child of Supt. Marks i...

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. — 1 April 1898

DIRECTORY MASONIC. PLYMOUTH KIL WINING LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday eve nings of each month. Daniel McDonald, W. M. Tohn Corberly, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 49, R. A. M.; meets second Fri day evening of each month. L. Southworth H. P. J. C. Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAND'RY, No 26 K. T.; meets secondhand fourth Thursday of each month J) McDonald E. C; L.TannerRec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 26, O.E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs. Mary L. Thayer V. M.Mrs. G. Aspinall. Sec ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 9r; meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. Ed Campbell N. G. Chas. Shearer Sec KNIGHTS OF PYTrllAS. HYPERION LODGE, No. 117 meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. Lou Allman C. C. Chas, S, Price K. of R. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, No. 499; meets the second and fourth l:ri dny evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Elmer Werntz C. R. Daniel Cramer bee. HYPERION TEMPLE RATH BONE SISTERS, meets first an...

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. — 1 April 1898

IE II President McKinley Sends a Mes sage to Congress. SYNOPSIS OF BOARD'S REPORT Complete Details (liven from the Tim of the Order to Send the Warship tt Havana Harbor to the Tifue of tl.t Ex plosion. Washington, March 2S. Ti:e pre-.i-lent today eut the following nieüiasfc to congress: "To the Cor.gress cf the init?d States: For some time prior to the visit of the Maine to Havana harbor our con sular representatives pointed out tht advantages to flow from the vicit of na tional ships to Cul an waters, in accus toming the people to the presence ol our flag as the symbol of good will and of our ships in the fulfillment of th mission cf protection to American in terests, even though no immediate need therefor might exist. "Accordingly, on the 2-fth of January last, after conference with the Spanish minister, in which the renewal of visits of cur war vessels to Spanish waters was discussed and accepted, the penin sular authorities at Madrid and Havana were adv:ed of the purpose of this...

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. — 1 April 1898

LOCAL BREVITIES, From Wednesday'! Daily. Who will win tomorrow night? Yellow river still keeps on the boom. Jacob Martin is in Warsaw on busi ness. Lot Losey is circulating with friends at Warsaw. Mrs. Willis Koch is visiting her parents in South Bend. Mr. Jackson Boss iu now on his way to California. Andy Moulter is moving into the Franklin house today. It will soon be time for cyclists to begin a tour of the country. Republican -politicians were quite ac tive today. Now is the time to look after the bad alleys. John Liuquist returned to Chicago last evening. Hollo Leonard returned to his studies in Valparaiso today. Geo. II. Thayer left for Chicago this morning on business. Mrs. Jacob Weckerle of Chicago is the guest of friends in this city. Deputy Sheriff Bondurant drove 75 miles yesterday summouing witnesses. Born, to Rev. and Mrs. Thornebury, this morning, a girl. All parties doing Well. Levi Green of Gopnen was shaking hands with his friends in Plymouth to day. Thrf big street...

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. — 8 April 1898

J tac epeedeeto 1 V. iLCHI IIOJL1 as:. A1 Yol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1893. No. 17, WHAT A MAN EATS. A WORD ABOUT DRINKS. S WE HAVE Entirely Anil we want you to help us -unload. We have just received direct from the Canton Stoneware Co., the finest lot of Crocks, Jugs and Jars that ever came to the city and at prices you never heard of. Just think of a nice I gallon milk crock at 5c or a jug at 6c and the second of the ahove at the ridiculous price of 3c per gallon and the jugs at each. Come while they last and don't miss this bargain. Hut our im k mense stock is full of just such bargains from the front door to the back. Yonrs for Mi Ladles you are interested in saving your hard earned dollars, are you not? You would like to own a pretty and fashionable Hat one that has quality, beauty and the skillful touch o daintiness so necessary to fine Millinery, would you not? You will not regret a personal examination of my stock of newest shapes and colorin...

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. — 8 April 1898

n MASONIC. PLYMOUTH KIL WINING LODGE, No. 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday eve nings of each month. Daniel McDonald,W. M. Tohn Corberly, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 49, R. A. M.; meets second Fri day evening of each month. L, Southworth H. P. J. C. Jilson, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMANDER Y, No 26 K. T.; meets second and fourth Thursday of each month D McDonald E. C; L.TannerRec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 26, O. E. S.; meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs Mary L. Thayer W. M.Mrs. G. Aspinall. Sec ODD FELLOWS. AMERICUS LODGE, No. 91; meets every Thursday evening: at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. Ed Campbell N. G. Chas. Shearer Sec KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPERION LODGE, No. 117 meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. Lou Allman C.C. Chas. S. Price K. of R. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, No. 499; meets the second and fourth Fri l'y evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Elmer Werutz C. R. Daniel Cramer Sec. HYPERION TEMPLE RATH HONE SISTERS, meets first and third Fri...

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. — 8 April 1898

J HONORED BY OXFORD. AN AMERICAN RECEIVES DIS TINGUISHED RECOGNITION. Trof. (inylry, formerly or tlio I'nlversity of MScIiIk.iii. li-n t!i lpj;r- of Honorary IVIiou Work Wli it'll to Ills I'r.-seni runic. rfr ROV. Charles M. ill IT ('a-vlev ot' tne i:ni- versity of Califor r nia. a son-in-law .VlP of the laic Bishop Harris, has recent ly had distinguish ed honors confer red upon him by a n K n :4 1 ish uni versity. It is not often that such a mark cf distinction fails to the lot of nr .:nerican. and Prof. Oayley feels tural elation that it has come to him. and entirely without his own seeking. It is customary ;n Kngland. and in this country also, to confer honorary degrees on disinguished men, and in the English universities It is said that one man is annually chosen as the recipient of this honor by each college, a number of colleges forming the components parts of a university. Oxford university, repre sented by Lincoln college, has confer red on Prof. Gayley the degree of honorar...

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. — 8 April 1898

U?eI3nbepenbcnt CLAY W. METSKER, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUKSCIIU'TIOX PRICE. One Year, - $1-50 Six Months. - - .75 Three Mouths, cash, - - .50 Per Copy, .03 ntered at the post office at Plymouth. Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday AruiL 8 1893. Representative Steele of the Elev enth district says: "I am inclined to stand by the Administration and have perfecc confidence in the exec utive. The President is a good American and will jealously guard the honor of his country. But I think the people can not be held off too long and wo will have speedy action." 4'L do not favor intervention if the suffering in Cuba can be relieved in any other way," said Representative Johnson of the Sixth district, "as it may bring war and I do not want war except as a last sad extremity. Congress should give the Maine ques tion the siime thoughtful consider ation that the executive has given it, and the great need of the hour is good judgment on the part of con gress." The Republicans claim...

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. — 8 April 1898

LOCA.L B RH VIT I KS, From Friday's Dal.'r. Spring is here in all her glory. Ohio rumers struck today. Ira Lauer made a gallant light last night. Corn if comin' into market at a live ly rate. There will be a new store in South Plymouth soon. Joseph Neil, of LaPnrtf, is in ti e city on business. Wood is plenty on the market in Plymouth today. Mrs. Patterson was reported consid erably better this morning. Luther Kirk returned to his home in Kokomo this morning. The street scraper has bteT a (lod send to Plymouth this week. Wm. Thompson of (Ireencastle was in the city today on business. Mr. 1). Francis (ioddard has unsur passed cleverness. Inter Ocean Chicago. The vote for city trrsurer resulted follows last evening: Kelley ill, Wilcox VJ. There were no resolutions last ni?ht. Pour years ago they were about a yard long. Several bets were paid tolay on ac count of the, losers bid judgment last night. Just lay low and listen, and you will hear of Spain getting a downright good licking. O...

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. — 8 April 1898

f f Iff &SIKYI t""v " l r fJilr vU2?cffeiicvreg7i ni B N m scs K.i C f It l 1 : T f, f A l A (T IV rt (V p ARGUS OUTPOINTED. INSECT THAT IS CREDITED WITH THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND EYES. 5 I i.4 r L HAPPENED IX FRONT. fci"ntisti Have Matle Some Wonderful Dia nivrrU-s In Tim Line, but They Givia th I'hIiii to the Common Dragon My In teresting Natural llisttiry. Thirty-six thousand ryes in ono head! This may appear a little like exaftKera tion, but it i. a fact. Science, backed by the microscope, says so, and science wxvt .stretches the truth. Should it do eo it would cease to be a science. Argus was fabled to have a hundred eyes, but Arktis would be a very insig nificant curiosity compared with the latest discovery in the insect kinpdom. There aie numbers of insects with 100 and even 500 eyes, but when the num ber of optics allotted to a single insect reaches up into the thousroids the idea is startling. Naturalists have recently been enpag rd in the study of this most interesting subje...

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. — 8 April 1898

! I ! 5 i t mrm 5 Gl - . T - 1 &iS3 ES (El?c3nbepenbcnl Fkiday Atiml 8 lv.t-. 1 ' A V S 4 1 n i m li MARKET JthTOUT. ! T;w TrL f!"i:ik!er ,rr"la pod i s:ul to Micwgan and La Porte street Kutter ;c j t diy. T. ere has been u strong wind cSiens."!!'..' .-c to;dlld a'd only the wo: k ot the tpnnkler Lard kept tie goods 1:1 many stores I'otatot-s '"c io i',s trom being covered with dust. Flour rer cut L'.lu to 2.MJ i 1 . . ' Lorn meal. . IIocs per hd Cattle Wheat j (a! ! 1 j II ye Corn . . Oats Clover seed Timothy seed Mllht seed Timothy hay per ton Clover hay per ton Marsh h3V per ton Straw per" load v(. j 1 Oi M .Od o 7,(!ti ; fj.d'1 j t.l'O tO .;..); 2 L.j i Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth N: Cj. From Monaay's Daily. The assessors are new at work. Fd Gillard is home from South Rend Chicago will hold an election tomor row. The war cloud still continues to grow darker. Frank Orr spent Sunday with friends in Rochester. The churches in Plymouth were well attended yesterday. Henry Sililk ...

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. — 8 April 1898

-rssrf I härmt nIT OF wMmm&oK. mete- INTERNATIONAL PFISS ASSOCIATION. CHA Y rflR X XIII. ( Con t i n i: 'h1. ) Ste v.ü 5 staring at hirr. in utter con acra:ic. her :ight-Vlup f-yes fillpd witt vc'fr. t; r w hite brow v.tkiUIkI. jKri -if liie color blanched from Jif-r jLrpt?. aol tier lips p:. i t eil. "I tlon't cji't cadcr-.-.'.auu, D.ivirt," shf siiid at Ht-re-K a Jong lre::th f inu.;li-'n:e. "Loufc !;fr. Elsie." ho said. "I aai V,ä ort a Allows go. Uu: it's no use Try connis: ijid offering: you the devo tün o' a l.fv-titnr: you wouldn't believe jk i I ti'i -rou'd know it was a lie, I k.s"t want to l"gin by lying to yvu. llr: I an offer you all the rest o2 say 2:f. A'id I swear I'll do my level Ui tt a joad husband to you I wtr :fcat.w Els: ."ifriy gasped. "Yo;i are asking :x to cr.irrj you. Ekivid?" she cried. "Of -ccarse I am.' he answered. Tifrf nas a dead silence for a-few r2s.cnKas. David, sore and hurt, des ytruiely ijxfoiis to get his future set Kjd so tfcu looking back ...

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. — 8 April 1898

A Roor! Ho. ding. There is a small estate in the New Forest of England v.hich has descend ed in unbroken succession from father to son for nearly eight centuries. TLe family is thai of Purkiss, the line burner, who picked up the body of King William Rufus. and carried it in his humble cart to Winchester to re ceive the last rites. From Baby In the Illzh Chair to grandma in the rocker Grain-O is good for the whole family. It is the long-desired substitute for coffee. Nev er upsets the nerves or injures the di gestion. Made from pure grains it is a food in itself. Has the taste and ap pearance of the best coffee at U the price. It is a genuine and scientific ar ticle and is come to stay. It makes for health and strength. Ask your grocer for Grain-O. Crisis in "Washington's History. A St. Louis paper recently inaugu rated a contest as to which was the greatest crisis in George Washington's history. A hundred different replies were received. The first prize was awarded to the one about ...

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. — 8 April 1898

War is now inevitable. The Pres ident has yielded to the demands of the people and will today recom mend armed intervention in behalf of Cuba. Congressman Faris of the Fifth district was renominated Wednesday on the 272nd ballot. lie was opposed by Silas Hayes, of Putnam county, James T. Johnson of Parke, and Silas Coffey , of Clay county. George Fred Williams is exactly right in his declaration that the forces that stand for bimettallism are the forces that are bringing local reform in all lines. That is the record in In dianapolis, and Chicago has just fall en in line also. The two political parties of Ply mouth are to be congratulated on the fact that exceptional good men have been nominated for councilmen. Both parties have selected represen tative candidates and it is likely that it will be a close struggle as to which party lands a winner. The Democrats swept things in vesterdav's election. Two thirds of the aldermen chosen in Chicago are Democrats. Milwaukee elected David Ros...

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. — 15 April 1898

J C eoeedee A. mm Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1898. No. 18. ty led I' if 0U.lt PUI5LIC SCHOOLS u u ITi We have a large line on hand to select from and also sample books of the largest inT g in the country. Prices as low as any one. Come and see before buying. Wm. KENDALL. 5 St 3- GRAND teS It I S SALE -a Be sure to see our 1.00 and $1.50 Dress Skirts. They are the best ever offered for the money. Our $1.50 Black Skirts are equal to any of our competitor's $2.00 Skirts. a Our new 50, 75, and S1.0U Shirt waists are up-to-date, made from the latest materials and the newest style, full in front and perfect fit ting. For the best Dress Skirt or Waist for the least money. Be sure to call and see us. Our Carpet and Lace Curtain department are kept very buisy just nowt it being house cleaning time. Remember that we are by far, the lowest of them all in way of pri ces on Carpets, Curtains, Bugs, Mat tings. Moquettes made ready to lay on the floor at 1.00 per...

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. — 15 April 1898

I Äs -1 ädMKSSm INTERNATIONAL PRZS3 ASSOCIATION. CHATTER XXV. (Continued.) "Where to. m'iord?" "Palace Mansions." "Yes. m'iord." murmured Charles to Barker, as thev drove off. "that the old codger's done it at k'.sr. i'alace Man- , her house for her hat. sot in also, and sions is the order that's where Mrs. j supported her in as comfortable a pasi 'Ariis lives, you know." ! tion as was compatible with her in- "Ay." muttered the coachman, in re- srndble condition. Just as they were ply. "And Mrs. 'Arris'll catch a Tar- j starting, a doctor arrived on the scene, tar in 'im. no mistake about that." j took a hasty glance at the victim of "They generally takes care of them- ; the accident, and quietly got in. tak selves." said Charles, wbb a cynicism j ing possession of the little back seat, worthy of his estimable naster. ! 'Td better go it's a bad business." Comin- events, they say. cast their he said to I,ord A liner, realizing that shadows before, and Harker. who had he was the owner...

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