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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 15 July 1898

HISTORY OP THE WAR. Important Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. Tuesday. Jalv C. The foreign consuls succeeded In having bombardment of Santiago postponed. A cablegram from Admiral Dewey announc ing the safe arrival of the first fleet of transports states that the Ladrone Islands have been occupied by American troops from th transports. The admiral makes no mention of any change In the situation of affairs at Manila. Admiral Dewey also said: "On June 23 the Spanish war ves sel Leyte came out of a river and surren dered to me, having exhausted ammuni tion and food In repelling: attacks by In surgents. She had on board thirty-two officers and ninety-four men, naval and military." The Leyte has a battery of one three-and-a-half-inch Hontorja gun and several to-and-seven-tenths-lnch rapid fire guns. Wednesday, July G. Conference of Shafter and Sampson re sults in a decision to await army re-en-forcements before bombarding Santiago. Lieut, llobson Is belie...

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. — 15 July 1898

(Il?e3nbepenbent Fihday, July 15, lS'JS. MARKET KEPOIIT. Butter ... Eggs Chickens. Lard 12c lc , r.c iC GOc Potatoes. Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn ineal 1.1X) llozs Der hd 4.00 Cattle 4.25 Wheat llye 30c Corn 25c Oats 20c Clover seed...' 2.40 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton COO to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton a.uu to 4.uu Straw Der load 2 00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES- From Tuesday's Daily. New wheat is coming into market at a lively rate. Hay making and wheat threshing now occupies all of the farmers time. All revenue stamps will be found at the banks. No other parties purchase them. Just take a day oil and visit Pretty lake. It is one of the finest resorts in Indiana. Councilman Dickinson undertook to "kill" the new bridge last night but he got gloriously left. The citizens of South street are great ly elated over the prospect of having that street gr&veled. The Wesleyan quarterly meeting will occur ne...

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. — 22 July 1898

Mars! Comety A. ILO Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, IXDIAXA, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1808. Xo. 32. 1 mosmjjis;ii Renraant Re mnraamit Beginning Saturday, July 16, 1898, we inaugurate a Great Remnant Sale. In every department we have found the accumu lation of odds and ends which we brought together under one separate department. Every article is marked in plain figures at WAY DOWN PRICES. We are especially strong in Dress Goods Remnants. Boys' Department. A new line of Linen Pants, both in the knee and lonsr lengths. Just the article for hot weather wear. To those who wish to go visiting and are in need of a Trunk, Yalise or Telescope, we can supply your want. Have these goods at all prices. Ball & Carabin PLYMOUTH, IND. H.A. SHAMBAUGH'S Tin The at $2.i2 We are hustling for Shoe I'.uslness as usual, and as usual are giving the values that bring business. They are not odd sizes; they are not broken lines: but are new goods, new shapes. Black or Tan. All sizes, all widths In LADIES ID...

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. — 22 July 1898

Carrie The Telegraph Girl XXX A r.CfANCE OF THE CHEROKEE STRIP. XXX By Captain Jack Crawford 'THE PCET SCOUT." (Continued.) She was going away, that was a blestcd consolation; going to a busy oßce where she would have no lime to wire chats. I could endure her for a few hours; and although I would have resented from any one the impu tation that I was a liar, I assured her I would be delighted to have her come, and wculd endeavor to make her brief visit a pleasant one. When the freight from the south whittled that afternoon, I had nerved myself for a few hours of torture. The caboose stopped away down in the yard, and as I stood on the platform re flecting; on what a martyr I was going: to make of myself, I saw the conductor assist my visitor to the ground, and start with her along the side of the train towards the depot. A call from the instrument drew me inside, and when I came out again they were near the platform. I stood and stared in blank amazement. A neat, stylish lit tle figu...

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. — 22 July 1898

Dried Milk. ' One cf the latest triumphs In the food industry is the introduction of a preparation of dried milk. It is a yellowish-colored powder, not unlike coarse rye flour and we aretold that Trhen mixed with a suitable proportion cf water it resembles milk fresh from the cow. It will be useful for adding to tea, coffee, etc. May we not prob ably, in the near future, find ourselves sifting milk frcm a pepper-box? A Chance for Spain. Nothing could be a greater blessing to Spain than to fail in this war. It means a renaissance for the Spanish people. Ic meaens education for the masses. It means civil liberty and sta bility of the Spanish government. This is a providential chance for Spain to emerge from the night of her long sleep and keep step with the nations of the earth Rev. F. D. Bovard. Beauty Is Blood Deep. Clean blood rocacs a clean skin. No beauty without it. Cacarets Candy Ca thartic cleans your blood and keeps it clean, by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all Impu...

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. — 22 July 1898

El?e3nbepenbcnt C LAY W.MKTSKEK, l'lT.I.ISIIKK AM PISOIMtlETOU. SUaCltllTI)X PKICE. One Year, Six Months. Three Mouths, cash, Ter Copy, $1.50 .b0 .03 iitered at the post otlice at riyrnouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Fkiday, July 22, 1893. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For liepresentative, HON. ADAM E. WISE. For Cleifc, FUANK K. 1SKOOKE. For Auditor, HENRY II. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VINK. For Sheriff, JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DR. SARRER. For Commissioners, Second District-FRED SEIDERS. Third District HENRY SNYDER. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M. RALSTON, Uoone county. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion county. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attorney-General, JOHN (J. McNUTT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY WARRUM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W.U. SINCLAIR, Starke county. State Statistician, JAMES S. GUTHRIE, Rrown county. State Geologist, EDWARD 1JA...

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. — 22 July 1898

IIB, LARGE STOCK OF LL KINDS OF FENCE WIR ALWAYS ON HAND. PRICES THE LOWEST. lick's Cash Ci?c3nbepcnbent Fill DAY, .Il'LY 22, lbus. LOCAL .EY1TIES. From Friday's Dally. The army has got its victory at last. IJliuggies and Surries at V. A. Forbeß'. Chicago ball team is playing great ball. A guaranteed .Stock Food at F. A. Forbes. Ic2v We suppose (Jen. lllanco certainly will commit 6iiicide now. Mrs. Flizabeth Hayes has received a nice collection of sea shells from her son Edward, at Tampa. The Spanish cabinet has held a ses sion to discuss the resources of Spain. The session was very brief. For sale or trade One solid comfort gang low, one tornado feed cutter. Address. Victor Welch. Rutland, Ind. It looks as if it might be necessary to send an expedition over to Capt. Wey ler before Spain is able to realize that she is whipped. The average wheat yield in Marshall county will reach - bushels to the acre. This indicates and immense crop of the stall' of life. Flwood will havp free deli...

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. — 22 July 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. CL W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - INDIANA, Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Religious, Social and Criminal Doluca of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Onr Readers The Ac cident Record. St. Petersburg Advices received fcere report that on July 1 an insurrec tion occurred in Kansu, the most north vest province of China, arising from dissatisfaction with the new taxes. Terre Haute, Ind. The men at the shops of the Vandalia system have been put on eight hours, instead of nine, and vith a half holiday on Sat urday. Chicago In an endeavor to rescue his brother Arthur from the lake, Wal ter Sems was encircled by the arms of the frantic youth and both met death together. Evansville, Ind. John G. Ritt com mitted suicide by shooting himself through the heart. Minneapolis, Minn. George Alfred Pillsbury, of the firm of Pillsbury & Co., president of the Northwestern bank, and one of the best known men In the northw...

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. — 22 July 1898

HISTORY OP THE WAR. Important Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. Mouilay, July 11. For two hours Monday morning: Admir al Sampson's ships threw shells toward Santiago. One of them blew up a church Riled with ammunition. Just as Gereral Bhafter began his land attack a flac of truce was sen comins from the city, which stopped the fighting. The purport of the message is not yet known. Gener al Shafter believes the Spanten troops have takm advantage of the truce to flee from the city. The attack on the city Sunday was not an attempt to capture the city. General Miles arrived at Santiago de Cuba at noon. He had a conference with Admiral Sampson and later com municated with General Shafter. General Bhafter reports that in the action of July 1-3 at Santiago twenty-three officers and 208 men were killed, eighty officers and J,203 men were wounded, and that eighty one men are missing. From 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon until dark the Ameri can artillery poureil a ...

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. — 22 July 1898

0?e3nbepcnbent FniDAY, July 22, 1898. MARKET REPORT. IJutter 14c Eggs 10c Chickens 10c Lard 7c Potatoes 40c Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal 1.00 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.23 Wheat TO lye 35 Corn 23 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.40 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed l.uu Timothy hay per ton COO to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Several of the old Plymouth boys are talking of trying their fortunes in the far off Dakotas. It seems to be the universal opinion that ths war is over and peace will soon be declared. The Klondike grocery presents a neat appearance. The ceiliDg and walls have been repapered. When a real estate agent issues a re ceipt for rent they must place a twenty live-cent 6tamp thereon. Huckleberries are coming into the market at a lively rate, but the crop will Tall far short from last year. A number of the factory boys are now at work in the count...

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. — 29 July 1898

rTtv Librn T J aal 91 Marshall Com independent Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1898. No. 33. ty Remnant Rem mannt Beginning Saturday, inaugurate a Great In every department we have found the accumu lation of odds and ends which we brought together under one separate department. Every article is marked in plain figures at WAY DOWN are especially strong in Boys' Department. A new line of Linen Pants, both in the knee and long lengths. Just the article for hot weather wear. To those who wish to of a Trunk, Yalise or Telescope, we can supply your want. Have these goods at Ball Csirsibiini PLYMOUTH, IND. CHECK WORKER CAUGHT. Fellow Who Swindled Several Warsaw Merchant Located at Decftur. At last the bogus check worker has been located at Decatur, this ttate, who some time ago victimized several War saw firms by making small purchases and tendering a forged check in pay ment calling for a sum very much in excess of the purchase made and re ceiving the change i...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 29 July 1898

HISTORY OP THE WAR. Important Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. Tu?Uuti July If. President McKinley intends to push the Forto Hican campaign and purposes to have our troops occupy the island be fore proposal of reace will be received. Gijrieral Miles' Departure from Guanta jiajno for l'orto llico was delayed owing to failure of orders from Washington to reach him. It was believed in Washing ton, he left Tuesday niprht, taking the first Illinois regiment with him. It if not Stated orRciallly what trcop. are to go to Porto Rico, but it is known that the Third and Fifth Illinois regiments and the Dan ville battery will go from Chickamauga, tailing frcm Newport News. There are Indications that the Fptnish government will court-martial General Toral for sur rendering Santiago, the claim being set up that he was not expected to surrender any ether garrison than his own. Reports Xrom Santiago are that strained relations xist between the Cubans and our troops...

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. — 29 July 1898

V Hay Ferer. Mrs. J. C. Smith of Aledo. 111., -writes: "I have been troubled with hay fever and asthma every fall for twelve or fourteen years, and a cough that goes with It. that nothing has ever done much to relieve un til I took your Dr. Kay's Lung Balm. Last year my brother-in-law had been away and brought a box home with him, and when my cough was at its worst he want ed me to try it and I did and WAS RE LIEVED ALMOST INSTANTLY. So this fall when I got so bad my husband went to all the drug stores here and couldn't find It, so we sent to you. and this fall my cough got better as soon as I began to take it. I am all right now, but sup pose of course I will have hay fever again next fall and will try and get the Dr. ' Kay's Lung Balm before I get so bad." Send two stamps for "Dr. Kay's Home Treatment," a 114-page illustrated book, or end 25 cents for "Kendall's Perfected Re ceipt Book," 210 pages. Five hundred of the best receipts for everything: 120 cuts. AGTENTS WANTED. Dr. B. ...

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. — 29 July 1898

J . i ' L CTl?e3nbcpenbent CLAY AV. MKTSKKR, 1'UULISIIER AND PIIOPKIETOIC. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, Six Months. Three Months, cash, Per Copy, $1.90 .75 .60 .08 ntered at the post office at Plymouth, In liana as matter of the second class. Friday, July 29, 1898. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Kepresentatiye, HON. ADAM E. WISE. For Clerk, FKANK K. 13KOOKE. For Auditor, HENRY II. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VINK. For Sheriff. JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Sirveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner, DU. SARBElt. For Commissioners, Second District-FUED SEIDERS. Third District HENRY SNYDER. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M. RALSTON, Boone county. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion county. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attorney-General, JOHN G. McNUTT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY WARRUM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W.15. SINCLAIR, Starke county. State Statistician, JAMES S. GUTHRIE, Rrown county. State Geologis...

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. — 29 July 1898

IK A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF FENCE WIRE ALWAYS ON HAND. PRICES THE I Buck's Cash Cl?e3nbepcnbent FlUDAY, Jl-LY 2'J, 1SU8. LOCAL BllEVITIES. From Friday's Eally. The fruit crop in Michigan is the largest known in years. Mrs. E. llrinkley and daughter, Vesta, of Denver, Col., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. D. lender, of this city. For sale or trade One solid comfort gang plow, one tornado feed cutler. Address. Victor Welch. Rutland, Ind. Orlando Youngr, while working in a well on the south side yesterday had the rnisfcrtune to fall from a windlass. He was injured but not seriously. Jerry Kreitzer was taken before Just ice Ed Corbin today, charged with pro voke by Albert Webber. He plead guilty and lined S9.Ü5, goiDg to jail to serve it out. The Pennsylvania railroad has come to the conclusion that train newsboys are a nuisance, and has issued orders not to permit them on through trains hereafter. Jim Houghton haa been transferred from the Wilson-Morris packing house to their...

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 July 1898

J THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. CL W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA, II Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Volltleal, Religions, Social and Criminal Doings of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Reader The Ac eld e it Record. Livingston, Mont. The electric light plant in this city was almost entirely destroyed by fire. Loss, 132,000; in surance, 124,000. Bement, 111. The large salt stables kere, owned by Al Ramp of Buffalo, N. X. were destroyed by fire, together Irlth sixteen horses. Lose, $5,000, par tially Insured. Indianapolis A national beef killing Contest was held here under the aus pices of the Indianapolis Butchers' As sociation. Charles Gardner of this dty broke the world's record by dress ing ten sheep in thirty-two minutes nine seconds. Muncie, Ind. D. Will Kirk, a promi nent merchant, died of acute Bright's filaease. He was 30 years of age. Cleveland, Ohio One man was killed ad several were Injured while at work 1b a sewer n...

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 July 1898

Carrie The Telegraph Girl XXX A ROMANCE OF THE CHEROKEE STRIP. XXX By Captain Jack Crawford THE POET SCOUT." (Continued.) Gcd bless her! And she called me Fred! Her heroism fanned yet bright er the flamea of love in my heart, and J felt that her language indicated that she held me in more than ordinary re gard. Were I dealing with fiction I would "write a lurid description of a desperate conflict between the sheriff's posse and the outlaws, but as I am dealing in ac tual experiences, and the story will, no doubt, be read by many acquainted "with the faefs, I must adhere closely to the lines of 'truth. The special stopped about a mile north of the station to al low the posse to disembark, and, by ad vancing noiselessly, surround the depot ana capture the robbers; but, alas, for the well-laid plan, the noise of the train was heard, and fearing a trap, the scoundrels, leaving me a parting curse, hastened from the office, mounted their Lorses, which had been secured near by, and made th...

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 July 1898

0?c3nbcpcnbent Friday, July 29, 1893. MARKET EEPORT. Butter 14c Eggs joe Chickens 10c Lard " c Potatoes 40c Flour percwt 2,40 to 2.80 Corn meal 1.00 Hoes Der hd 4.00 Cattle 4.25 Wheat 70 Kye 35 Corn 23 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.40 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 0.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES- From Tuesday's Dally. The United States army consisting of regulars and volunteers is 261,400 troops. J. 1J. Fanning, of the steam laundry, Is happy today. It's a girl and tips the beam at ten pounds. The little one arrived last evening. W. E. Peterson has everything in shape and will leave Monday for Ken dallville where he will engage in the photograph business. TheW.C. T. U.will meet at Mrs. M.J. Dishers next Monday at 2 o'clock p. m., August 1st. A very cordial in vitation is extended to all. Ira Lower is engaged in painting the school houses in Center town...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 5 August 1898

J Ma Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUXTY, INDIANA, FKIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1898. No. 34. i !! KeiMEfflrat Reiiiniainit Beginning Saturday, July 16, 1898, we inaugurate a Great Remnant Sale. In every department we have found the accumu lation of odds and ends winch we brought together under one separate department. Every article is marked in plain figures at WAY DOWN PRICES. We are especially strong in Dress Goods Remnants. Boys' Department. A new line of Linen Pants, both in the knee and long lengths. Just the article for hot weather wear. To those who wish to go visiting and are in need of a Trunk, Yalise or Telescope, we can supply your want. Have thes j goods at all prices. Ball Carabln PLYMOUTH, IND. ORPHANS' HOME HERE NORTHETN INDIANA ORPHANS' HOME NEAR PLYMOUTH. Julia K. Work, the Matron of the Home, Now Located at Laporte, Han Secured a Farm Near City Limits and Will Com mence Hullulng at Once. The Northern Indiana Orphans' home will soon be located In Marshall county, the farm selec...

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. — 5 August 1898

JIAKIXG NEWSPAPERS. IS JOURNALISM FALL1NQ INTO DISREPUTE? .tie Metropolitan Papers of Oar Great Citle Ctlngr 111 KeUectlon on tu Noblest of All Professions Julian Katph ant Vm. W. Smalley Ua It i MONO the many cheerful and mem orable remark3 made about Ameri ca by Matthew Ar nold were Eome pleasant observa tions on our news papers, written in a letter to his daughter, when he was sailing 101 Lome. He said: "The greatest relief will be to cease seeing American news papers. Their badness and ignorance are beyond belief. They ore the worst feature of life in the United State?." It is somewhat comforting to believe that Mr. Arnold's sweeping and startling opinions were warped occasionally by violent attacks of in sular prejudice, but his views deserve consideration, at least, and any com ments of such an eminent critic of life and letters can hardly fail to be of some suggestive value. The sentences above quoted were written ten years ago. What should we say if asked whether, since then...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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