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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 August 1899

THE WEEKLY IIIDEPEIIDEIIT. C V. METSKER, Pn. and Ptop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. UHS EVENTS OF THE WEEK. News of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Kecord of Happenings of Much or Uttle Importance fron All Parts of tli Civilized World Prices of Turm Trodace in Western Markets. Washington Cums receipts ot rorto Rioan ports for the last six months were $740.742. San Juan furnishing J3I1.022 ana Ponce $252,500. Evansvülo.lRd-During a storm near Oliver, in Poey county, about twentyfive miles nortliwcst of this city, two xr.en were instantly killed and two faTally Injured by lightning. 9 Madrid The Spanish senate approved the tax on interest on the natioi.al debt. Drupels The Petit Bleu says that p. private dispatch from Berlin affirms, ue-sp.re denial, that negotiations are ITCi;ng for Emperor William to visit a French port. C:.iaha. Neb. In a fight in a saloon IV: Joyce was instantly killed and Ed Cui.ahan mortally wounded. H..vana. Cubans had a bis procession and...

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

i TH AND KIOTIKG AT 6L Street Railway Cleveland, Ohio, telegram: That the presence of the strong force of militia now doing service in this city has had a most salutary effect upon the lawless element was evidenced today by the fact that the obstructions placed upon the tracks of the Eig Consolidated street car lines during the night were found to be much less than at any time since the present strike began. Cars on four of thp most important lines of the Big Consolidated system were operated throughout the night. Today practically all the curs were running on all line except the Abbey, Union and Clark avenue. It was, however, a rotable fact that most of the cars were either empty or carried only a few passengers, even during the early hours of the day, when traffic is usually the heaviest. About 1.300 troops are artin in en operation with th regular police force of the city, under direction of the head of the military power of the state. This force probably will be further augmente...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 August 1899

At Four Score, Or. Miles' Nervine Restores Health '3 ÜNCLE EZEKIEL OH EAR, assessor and tax collector, Utvorly, M:iss.. who has passed this W-th life mile stone, says: "Dr. Miles Restorative N i -vine has done a great deal of good. I suffered fc.rj cars from sleeplessness and nervous he-irt trouble. Would feel weary and u i d up ix: the morning, had no and it ion and my work seemed a burden. A friend mvmmer.di-d Pr. Miles' Nervine, and I purchased a bottle under protest as I had tried so many lemedies unsuccessfully, I thought it no U:-e. Rut it g are me restful sleep, a pood appetite and restored me to encrirttic health. It is a grand pood medicine, ami I will pladly write anyone inquiring, full particularsof my sat isfactory experience." f'" iTWfrnL Dr. Miles' Remedies CäsV Dr "O r. Miles' Remedies Btajj nP ''A are sold t y all dru,-me&9 flits under a positive fc. . guarantee, first bottle E. iMerVUlG benefits or money re- 5?, Restores .JL" tL Health nerves free. Addre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 August 1899

Bicycle Clearin To close out my entire stock of bicycles, I will offer them for sale at prices never heard of before in Marshall county. Every wheel fully guaranteed. Call and get firt choice. They will not last long. BUCK, Gash Hardware Man. (Ef?e3nbepenbent Fm day, August 4. im LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Dallv. Forbes ha9 new drills for sale cheap. 2tw Mrs. A. C lloltzendorff is quite Bick with malaria. A good second hand buggy for Bale. F. A. Forbes. 2tw Mrs. Rail McCleary is very sick at her home in West Fly mouth. Mrs. C. S. Cleveland returned from a visit at Indianapolis today. Mrs. F M. McCrory has gone to Fon du-lac, Wis., to visit her sister. Mrs. Kreiger, of South Hend, is visiting her parentB Mr. and Mrs. Cap. Collins. M.-.and Mrs. C. T. Mattingly have gone to Lake Chatanqua for a month's outing. Mrs. James Houghton has gone to Fackerton, to visit her sister Mrs. Brewer. A hor6tle9s carriage passed through Plymouth today, enroute to Dowagiac, Mich., from Kokomo. Miss E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 August 1899

v I Al'T lilt II. tCeritinurd.) I nlaved in the sunny garden. monust the thvme ami rosti.üiiy. th 'limbing roses, the lilies, the sweet , ba.-il. and the scarlet anemones. I said j my prayers in the iim chapel, and went to rest in my tiny re'. I. "This lasted till I was ten years old. Ore day it rained heavily. As I have j said, it was the only wet day that I ' remember. Soon after our midday din- j ner the great bell danced at the gate, j a ery unusual oivir.-n-uee. Sister Crsu- ; line went to the pate. and I remember j that one or two curious nuns and I . were peeping through the grille when , she came back, in evident agitation, j au l nought the mother superior. I was carried off hv one of the nuns, my Con sta: t playfellow, a sweet woman of j fifty, with the heart of a child. She j kissed me lovingly as she held me in J her arms. I remember it all so well! " 'Sister Desiree. I whispered, 'thou art crying.' " Xo. no. Rebe. she said: Mt is nothing! I am rightly punished. My affec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 August 1899

J- The Rattlefleld floate. The veterans of C1 and 63 and their friends who are going to attend the thirty-third 0. A. II. annual encampment at Philadelphia ia September could not select a better nor more histoilc route than the Big Four and Chesapeake & Ohio, with splendid service from Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis on the Big Four, all connecting at Indianapolis or Cincinnati, and thence over the picturesque Chesapeake & Ohio, along the Ohio river to Huntington, W. Va.; thence through the foothills cf the Alleghanies over the mountains, through the famous eprings region of Virginia to Staunton, Va., between which point and Washington are many of thr most prominent battlefields Waynesboro, Gordonsville, Cedar Mountain, Rappahannock, Kettle Run, Manassas, Rull Run. Fairfax and a score of others nearly as prominent. Washington is next, and thence via the Pennsylvania Ilne direct to Philadelphia. There will be three rates in effect for this business first, contin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 August 1899

I?e3nbcpcnbcnt Friday, Auovst 4, IbW. MARKET REFOJIT. Batter Epgs Chickens Lard lCc 12c r,c fio(' 3fo 2.20 1.00 3.00 to 3.10 4.25 ).") 42 27 to 30 ."...". ..3.ooto:f.ro ........ 2.00 , 1.00 7.00 to S.00 , 0.00 to 7.00 3.00 to 4.00 , 2.00 Hogarth & Co. Potatoes Flour percwt Corn meal Hogs per hd Cattle Wheat Rye Corn Oats Clover seed Timothy seed Millit seed Timothy hay per ton. Clover hay per ton... Marsh hay per ton Straw per load Furnished by Ed. S. LOCAL UREV1 From Tueflday'a Daily. Nate Craig of Nappame is visiting relatives in this city. See the Mcherry disc aDd shoe drill at Forbes ied tore. 2w David Conger, of New Albany, is visiting his brother W. II. Conger. Miss Allie Polensky, of Chicago, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. Kotzein. Ort Hughes, of Argos, has accepted a permanent position at Frank Nicholay's barber shop. Robert Longman and Wm. I'rudden returned to their home in Kalimazoo, Michigan, today. Fred Linkenhelt, of Hochester, is here. He has secured emp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

County Library Jftal9ä 1 CoMirrty In Vol. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FHIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1899. o. No. 35. Marshat depeedeeto PROFESSIONAL CARDS. E. W. Viets, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Olll.-eut resi. fiici-, North .Mh hiui street. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON. PLYHOUTH. INDIANA. Ottice over i; ill Ä: 'ar:t'.iirs store. DR. N. S. LINDQUIST, Physician and Surgeon. Olliee m Model luiMiiiir. Tel. l-. lht (Mils responded to. A. C. HOLTZENDOKFF. C. F. HOLTZENDOHFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Cum. r .Michigan :uui Jettero!i streets. S'ht oalN answered. John S. Bender, Attorney-at-Law. NOTAUV rrill.ir. Special attention yiven to Coiieaui-iii::, yuietin Titles, ami lTolate business, omce over Shoemaker's restaurant, Plymouth. I ml. R. B. OGLESBEE, Attorney-at-Law, PLYMOUTH, IND. Kuhu liuildiug, liioiie 140. TESTED FREE. H. Q. PATTON, Opt. G., First Door Soutli of Postoflice. Kooih 4. Otlice oeu every afternoon except Monday. r SHOEMAKER'S RESTAURANT cat; :ilwas supply you with Fre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

THE WEEKLY IIIDEPEIIDEIIT. C. W. METSKEB, Pab. and Prep. PLYMOTJTH, - . nTDIAITA News of General Interest To!d in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Kecorl of Happenbig of 31 in h r Mttle Importaiiee from All Parts of the C iilied World Prices of Farm Protluce in Urstrru Markets. St. Joseph. Mo. John Owens, aged 2ti, suffered a fatal stroke of apoplexy. Wabash. Ind. There w a veritable plague of crickets in this city ami vicinity. Wausnu. Wis. John W. Miller has been designate.! census supervisor for the K:cht h illstrii t. Rochelle. Ill -John Kr.zU 21 years eld. va killed west of here hy a Northwestern train. Waba-h. Ind. Walter Gammon, colored, was run over hy a Big Four freight train and fatally injured. Tiffin. Ohio-The Rev. .1. II. Bomberger of Columbiana declines to accept the presidency of I loiIt Iburg university. San Francisco. Cal.-Kx-Congress-rann W. A. riper died hre. He was 7" years obi and leaves an estate valrcd at $2.hX.000. Ar 'mere. I. T. Sut aerland. merchant, was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

T ALM AGE'S SERMON. "THE IVORY PALACES," LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. ths Garments Smell of Myrrh, and Aloes, and Cassia, Out of the Ivory I'alaces" From the IJook of Tsalms, Chapter xl, Verse 8. (Copyright by I.ouis Klopsch.) Among the grand adornments of the city of Paris is the Church of Notre Dame, with its grat towers and elaborate rose windows, and sculpturing of the last judgment, with the trumpeting angels and rising uVad; its battlements of quatre-foil; its sacristy, with ribbed ceiling and statues of saints. But there was nothing in all that building which more vividly appealed to my plain republican tastes than the costly vestments which lay in oaken presses robes that had been embroidered with gold, and been worn by popes and archbishops on great occasions. There was a robe that had been worn by Pius VII. at the crowning of the first Napoleon. There was also a vestment that had been worn at the baptism of Napoleon II. As oir guide opened the oaken presses, and brought out thes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

From Extreme "nervousness. XL r 51 T kHAT no one rriifiy run contain tle elements now-i'iry to cure all 1 ist:ises, is a fuct v.vll kf.,vn to everyone. Dr. Miles' System of IUt.r:itive Ki-medier.-consists of seven distiin-tivt ly tIi:Tcrent preparations, each for its own purpose. Mrs. L. C. Iir.amley, 37 Henry SJ., St. Catherines, Ontario, write: "Vor years I suffered from extreme nervor-ness and anmylng constipation, lievriopitiiutop.ilpitution and weakness of the heart. I was unable to sleep, suffered rmi'h from in-ada.-ho, .iin in my left side, palpitation arid a constant feeling of weakness ami proration. I bejran using Dr. Miles' Servir.e, Heart Cure and Nerve and Liver Pills and the Anti-Pain Pills to relieve sudden paroxysms of pain and headache. I soon U-lt much improved and the pains and aches ar;d weariness left me. I then took It. Milts' Kestorative Tonic and am now restored to my former good health." rr&Wmi Dr. Miles liemedies J$V Jr are sold by all dru!;-0 ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

tmmmmflwmmmmm?wtmmj2 I Wire! Wird! If you want any FENCE WIRE yon can always find a complete stock at the lowest prices at BUCK'S n f CASH HARDWARE, g 0?e3nbepenbent Fkioay, August 11. 18iy. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Priday's Dallv. L,eavi orders for seed whe-it. 2w FoKliES KKI) STOUK Marriage license: Arthur (i. Miller and Charity E. Frazier. Edith Hedd has accepted a position as talelady at Hall & (Vs. stor. Monroe SUiner is in the city to stay. He will do auctioneering this fall. J. C. Peterman and family of Indiana, Pa., changed cars here today for Hamlet. Honolulu is to have a national bank, the first beyond oar continental borders. Sheriff McCormick, of Laporte county, called on his old friend, J . N. Wilson, today Our 4X lawn grass seed is the kind to sow. Now is the time. Forbes' Seed Store is the place. 2w Mrs. Early, who has been visiting Mrs. D. L. Dickinson, returned to her borne in Jackson, Mich., today. A. T. Atkinson, editor of the Hawaiian Star, has been appo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

CH A PTE It III (Continued.) Mr. Martineau had moved his chair a little, so that his face was entirely in the shade. The daylight in the room was not very strong, so that his expression v.-as difficult to fathom. At this point he broke in with "What kind of a man was this who spoke to you?" She smiled a little, then dolefully shook her htad. "I can tell yen only two things about him. He was young, and he was not dark that is, his hair was not black. I should thir.k he was several years older tnan I." "You would not knew him again if you saw Ii:m?" "I am afraid not. You see I saw him only just :Ii n." '"Oh t!:at was the only time you saw him?" "I think so. hut he may have seen me afterward without my knowing it." "Please explain." "Well, that evening as I was in my room, crying my eyes out. my uncle sent a mc-.aie to say I was to come down into the draw ins-room. He had never said stub a thing before. I sent back word that I would not come. He came up o my room in a towering passion....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

PARLOR GOLF UfClnnlnc: to He l'lajed by the Invalid and Lazy. Those who are anxious to learn the game of golf without all the violent exercise and immense amount of tramping up hill and down dale which the real thing calls for, will welcome the new game of lawn golf. Of course, golf cranks and enthusiasts will scoff at it, but lawn golf v.-ill give beginners a very good idea of the rules of the game, and from this they may graduate Into full-fledged golfers. Lawn golf is played with a small-sized golf ball and Implements something like golf clubs. The course can be laid out on an ordinary lawn, or even in a drawing room, and constantly alten d at will. In place of bunkers little fences provide the necessary obstructions, and. instead of Ihe hol -'s of an ordinary putting-green, there are saucers of tin with holes in their centers. The saucers are turned Upside down in any desired position, and, as iright be imagined, it is no easy matter to get the ball into them. I)-y ISonglit : Ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 11 August 1899

(EI?e3nbepenbent Friday, Ai (ii vr U, ibW. MARKET JiEPOliT. Butter ekp lr Chickens ,, Lard ßl Potatoes 3c Flour per cwt 2--0 Corn meal 1W Hogs per hd 3.U0 to 3.10 Cattle '-" Wheat Rye 42 Corn 27 to ) Oats.. 2 Clover seed 3.00to 3.w(: Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 1.00 Timothy hay per ton 7.00 to h.00 Clover hay per ton ß.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00to4.00 Straw per load 2 00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BUKYITIKS. Tom TuMday' Daily. Miss Dell Oglesbee is reported quite ill with a felon. K. K. Urooke has been quite ill for the past few days. W. A. (iuyer drew the cushion which was rallied off by .Josie Keefe. Dr. A. C. HoltzendorlT reports b boy at the home of .lohn II. Cox, at Harris Station. Prof. G. Schuster, of Michigan City, is the guest of Hev. Weiss and family of this city. Mrs. Albert Harmon, of F.tnu Green, is in this city, visitine tbe family of E. C. Martindale. Harry Hoham is reported quite ill. The cause is In J to over-exertion while working i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 August 1899

r- -,'T.T.,' 0$ 1 Gome PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. Vol. 5. No. 30. Marshal ty PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYTIOUTH. INDIANA. Office over 1' ill & Carabin's store. DR. N. S. LINDQUIST. Physician and Surgeon. Office iu Model building. Tel. V.o. Mglit calls rei)'.uilel to. A. C. HOLTZENDOKFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corm r Michigan and Jetlerson streets. Mglit calls answered. John S. Bender, Attorney-at-Law. NOTAKY l'Ulll.K'. Sjeci:il atteiiti n iveu toCJiiveyam'IatJ.Uuietiu Titles, and I'robate business, otlice over Shoemakers restaurant. Plymouth. lud. R. B. OGLESBEE, Attorney-at-Law, PLYMOUTH. IND. Kuhn Hullding. l'hone 146. & m) Tiii H. G. PATTON, Opt. G., First Door South of 1'ostottice, Koom 4. Ofiice open every afternoon except Monday. A Home in the Sunny Southwest Missouri-S We can furnish you 10 acres of fine farm land for only FiftyFlVK DOLLARS. Finest Country for Fruit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 August 1899

THE WEEKLY IHDEPEIIDEHT. C. W. METSKEE, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. II U News of Genera! Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happenings of Much or I,tttle Importance from All Tart or the ivilizcd World I'rUe of farm Produce in Western Markets. Scdalia, Mo. Paul B.-own, colored, the oldest man in Missouri, and probably the oldest man west of the Mississippi, died at his home in Lindsay, town north of Georgetown, aged 103 ears. Detroit, Mich. C. H. Pickering, 25 years of age, residing in Delray, was drowned in Square lake, near Pontiac. Pickering was a member of the Detroit naval reserves and served on the Yo-t-eraite during the late war. London The French schooner Pauobcto was sunk in collision off Lowestoft hy the steamer Hercules, and five persons were drowned. The steamer rescued the remainder of the crew. Toledo, Ohio George Laskey. an Ohio pioneer, and the founder of the Ohio drainage system, is dead. He was 7." years old. Baltimore, Md. Georg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 August 1899

TALMAGES SERMON. 'CHRISTIANITY AS A DELUSION" THE SUBJECT. From the Text. Katelc., zxl, 21, as rollovrs: "He Made III Arrow Itright, lie CooHulted with Images, He Looked in the LiTer." (Copyright by L.ouis Klopsch.) Two modes of divination by which the king of Babylon proposed to find out the will of God: He took a bundle of arrows, put them together, mixed them together, then pulled forth one, and by the inscription on it decided "what city he should first assault. Then fcn animal was slain, and by the lighter or darker color of the liver, the brighter or darker prospect of success was inferred. That is the meaning of the text, "He made his arrows bright, he consulted with images, he looked in the liver." Stupid delusion! And yet all the ages have been filled with delusionc?. It seems as if the world loves to -be hoodwinked, the delusion of the text only a specimen of the vast number of deceits practiced upon the human race. In the latter part of the last century Johanna Southcote ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 August 1899

Railroad Engineer Testifies to Benefits Received From Dr. Miles' Remedies. V-J V TTHERE is no more responsible position II on earth than that of :i railroad enpin eer. On his steady nerve, clear bruiu brisht eye ami ijerf.-'t 0"im:::niti, de pend the safety of the train ami the lives of its nassenirers. Ir. Miles' rservine an other remedies r.re e?p(.vi:.Uy nü.'.nU'd to keeping the nerves steady, the brain clear snd the r enial faculties unimp-iired. Engineer F. W. McCoy, formerly of 1323 Broadway, Council Bluffs, but now residing at 3411 Humboldt .St.. I zn er, 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." f TrT7-?rr " Dr. Miles' Remedies LsV ty are soiu uv uii mu-.-sv UUUCi a iva.-ia.'v arr guarantee, first bottle feRemGuIGS benefits or money re-fe pe-trft s funded. Book on dis-. . eases of the heart andjfy "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 August 1899

mmm?mmmmmmmmmmmm Wire! If you want any FENCE WIRE you can always find a complete stock at the lowest prices at BUCK CASH HARDWARE. f?e3nöepenbent FliiUAY, AunusT 1, lSWI. LOCAL BREVITIES. From FVlday Dallv. Dr. A.C. Holtzemlo'-lT report, a girl at the home of Klnitr Seltenright, Harris station. Misses (lortr'ie Peterson and Maud McKlvy have returned from a two week' ouving at lias9 lake. Misses Grace and Del! Sherman are in the city, visitinp their father, Napoleon Sherman, and others. Albert Hops has returned to h's home in Logansport. He spent the summer working on the Simons farm. Mrs. James (lilmore, sr , is again at home. She has been visiting in Hoch-' ester, X. Y., for the past two weeks. Mrs. Eric F.rickson returned to South Bend today noon, after visiting Peter Olson, in the country, near Donaldson. Geo. Doan and wife have arrived from Chicago and are visiting the latter's parents, Chas Force and wife, of this city. Mre. Harry Levi and daughter, Mrs. Van Cleave, who have be...

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