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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 February 1898

UM THE MAINE BLOWN UP S HAVANA HARBOR. ir q I I 4- I ; Xa. As n rkf War jjj tO L,IC3 LUSl L.I IXW nil a-wi wi t t b . ittttwfi The U. 8. cruiser, Maine, which was hlown to atoms In Havana harhor Tuesday night, had been the object of intense hatred at the hands of the Spaniards. It will be a long time before the truth is known about the cause of the explosion whether it was done by Spanish hands or was merely an accident. In the meantime a bloody war may be fought. It is safe to wager that there is no accident about it. Time wiir most likely show that it was the result of a deliberate conspiracy to kill and murder th? crew of a warship flying the American flag. Pending an investigation the American people are asked to be patient and not to form hasty judgment. This is asking a great ileal. The latest reports place the loss of life at 238 seamen. Most of these were in the bunks, between the decks. There they were drowned like rats as the waters rushed in upon them. Three minutes after...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 February 1898

Efyel3nbepcnbcnt CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRH K. One Year. - 9tM Sl Months, - .75 Thru Months, push. - - ' Per Topy. M Ea Sfn:iiir Sim : IT- Prjfr, I.x-Senaior .1. II. C, &nitb,o! Bloff I : .11 M ndai ; Da 1 1 , lire. Justice Heevea is reported l.t- toa was in Indian ipofa la t week at- j today. tending the annu d meefn- of the j Charlie S'iatJel is building a r.e Knifhti of Honor . Hell an attorney hnie on East Harro street. Ii you want the best smko in the towo, call fof Yost s Home Industry The iathbone sMn rill have a call f v, J ad meeting Wednesday evening Feb. a ntered at the post office at Plymouth, ladtS ' as matter of the second dsm FatlDAY FEBKLAKY 18, 18J8. A inABKAMJ MAN. Carl Schurz will he 69 yeaes old on the Sd of March. His career has been oDe of lewarkable energy and activity. He was conspicuously identified wkh the uprising tor freedom in Germany in 1348; wa-j instrumental in liberating Kinkel from a German dungeon; tied ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 February 1898

Attention Smoot BARB At Prices that Call before money. Hi Ewa" Cash Xfye3n&epen&ent Fkioay Februakv SS I8M. MARKET REPORT. Butter Chickens Lard Potatoes lour per ewt t'orn meal ! lot's i if hd Cattle. Wheat Pve Corn Uats Closer seed TitnOt! v seed Müht feed Timothy haj rr ton Closer .ay ir i sii l"' 18 Sc tie . 'J lu to 240 l Od 1 00 . i 40c 9 c I Sc :i.M a.00 1 (HI tOOto&jOO ß0U Marsh par ton 4.00too.OO Straw ! er load " Furnished bj Ed, S. Hogarth & Co. From Friday's Datlv. Wheal is worth 81.06 in Chicago to day. Mr a. Fass is visiting her son in South Bend this Week. laved atreeta would be all right in 1 Plymouth now. Misv Kifxa HoUosrai is visiting friscdi in Lnbth Jleud. Plank L Wnght of Goshen is vmt ing frienos in tins city. W, II Newhouseia transacting busi-1 ness in Chicago today. Ueorge Hearst, of Marion, is in the City transacting business Samuei Mate, ol Loganaport, was in the city today uo business. Miss C.,ra! S'ewart ret...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 February 1898

? i ifiUT t W I INTERNATIONAL PFZSS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XVI 0 LADY AYLMER took the letter and read it. "H'm." siit nuttcred. "I'm afraid the wish is I a t h e r to the bought, my dear boy." sue said, dryly, "it's troe i had a touch of toothache or neur a l g i a about a b cause he w as conthough, mind, he eck a:.'. rat ire! j iiuntfd with goul de-Mares stoutly that he hasn't nad the 0MH tor More than tkree months and persisted in having the window open al! the way from Leicester. But as for aiy health or any one's health but his own giwnr hint a moment's anxiety way, the idea is ludicrous, simply ludicrous. The gravest anxiety, indeed. VU! If I were lying at the point of ieutn. his lordship might be anxious till the breath was out of my body." 'That was just what I said to to myself." :iid Dick, who had been on the very point of uttering his wife's :aamf. "However. Lady Aylmer. 1 am yery glad to find that you are all right and in good health." "Thank you. Dick." she replied, joinin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 February 1898

A Good Dictionary for Two Cent. A dictionary containing the definition of UL009 of the most useful and iuirtHiit word in the English language, is publiftbed bjr the Dr. Williams Medicine Company, S'-henectady, N. Y. While it contain some advertising, it is a p inlutt di t nary. concise and correct. U compiling this book care has leen taken to omit none of those common words whose spelling or exact use occasions at times a momentary difficulty, even to well edueated people. The main aim has J.eeii to give as much useful information as possible in a limited space. With this in view, where noun, adjective and verl are all obviously connected in meaning, tiMiallv one only has been inserted. The volume will thus be found to contain the meaning of very many more words than it profe-ses to explain. To those who already have a dictionary this book will commend itself .e :tn-e it is compact light ard convenient: to those who have n sffftfSftarg analerer it will be invaluable. One may le secu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 25 February 1898

LOCAL BREVITIES From Tuesday's Dally. The hanks were closed today Court convenes Monday next. The post otlice was closed today. J. N. Wilson is crying a r.ale today at noon at the residence of Mrs. W.J.j Btebop Whit passed throng 1 city Ilion and tomorrow at Argos. Hankin on South Michigan street. j today on his wa from Laporte to In CllU l lie lire Mln uaiiVC nri n 11 injvi nun ........ " - 1 an i enjov yourself. ' night in St. Joseph's hall. Hon. Charles The l'earrnan fern bteh wtoM A colony of 50 dankard will leave yesterday brought &uü.S pr acre. This Anders. n lor North Dakota Mar: h . farm is one of tha i-st m th county Importe bow has a bievcto fthow in and was pui chased hy Georg Certhrie. foil blast which is drawing trgecrowds. The amount realized was .o..zb M im Jennie Davis a Hut land receiv There will be meeting of the society ad ISOfOCM todij tD the popular ladj Of the Eastern tars tomorrow after 'content . !;v. Ifaynwnd and wif returned home m in Laporte to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

library Marshall Cou n ty I ndependen t I Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA. FRIDAY MARCH 4 1898. No. 12 Nerprlae. An KaÜloi'a Prayer In the fear ItMü in Stark county i mtn j George Nearness, editor of i be 'ulver was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Wit-er. City Herald went to church t he other Mr. David Wise: and succeeding him Sunday and he was called on to lead in were Ave sifters and three brothers ail prayer, and iicrt- is what he said: of whom live ! to becosse ihe age ol Almighty and kind Father who doth pan and armanhood aud as the ordeal t from ihy throne look upon the governof lite passed along the thresh hold of ment of men and delinquent bu uteri 1 man, Mi. Winer ranke I eSBOTgsl the eis, rennet humbly beseech fhee to living beau M years of aye yesterday d,aw near unto them and wbiper a tea ami contemplating a general food time j things into their ears that Ihe statue after passing Ihe SO mile poet, gave en 1 fobkI ua to utter. I'hou k no west our invitation to aboat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

SOCIETY DUf MASONIC. PLYMOUTH KI U WINING LODGE, No, 149, l ami A.M.; meets first and third Friday evenings of each month. Daniel McDonald, V. M. lohn Corberlv, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No jo,. R. A. M.: meets second Friday evening of each month. L. Southwortii II. 1. J. C.Jilsor, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMANDER Y, N026K. T.; meets secondhand fourth Thursday ol each month I) McDonald E, L; L.TannerRec PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 26, O. meets first and third Tuesdays of each month. Mrs Mary L. Thayer W. M.Mrs. G Aspinall. Sec ODD FELLOWS. AMERICLS LODGE, No. or: meets every Thursday evening at their lodge rooms on Michigan st. Ed Campbell N. (i. Chas. Shearer Sec KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. HYPERION LODGE, No. 1 1 7 meets every Monday night in Castle Hall. Lou Altaian C. C. Chas. S, Price K. of K. and S. FORESTERS. PLYMOUTH COURT, No. m,: meets the second end fourth F ridiy evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Elmer Wcr.it C R. Daniel Cramer Sec. HYPERION TEMPLE R A Til BONE SISTERS, meets first and thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

BLOCKADE How the War with cessful in a w WW hi case of war between the Ulited I States and Spain the island of Cuba would be freed from Spanten rule much more easily than is generally imagine !. Thit country would not need to send a large army to the island to tisht the Spaniards in the field. Neither would It need to bombard Havana nor attack It in any other way. Perhaps the war VonhJ end, as far as Cuba is concerned, without the Americana Bring s single ehoi either by land or sea. Though tbese .viatements may at first appeal natnnlnhlng, they are merely the lo.hI conclusion to he derived from knowledge of the real state ol affairs In the struggling island. Extent of Spa a fob t'wBtrol. The Spaniards, with an army of 1"". 000 ;rv n, of which not 90.066 are regular troops, all that, is let! of the 29,000 oMiert scut from Spain since 189." and decimated by battle ;uii sickness, control only the seaports and the ationgb fortified towns in the Interior. The country from east to neat is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. BUBscBipnon price. Uue Year. - UM Six Month-,. - - .'ü Three Months, cash, - - -6 Pr I'nnv. .03 ntered t the post ofHee at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday March 4 1893. Rev. Dr.Talmrge commemorated the two thousandth publication of his sermons by uelivering a sermon on the power of the press last Sunday. He holds that next to the Hible the newspaper has been the most potent agency in the educa tion of the people of the United States a id :n the cause of genera culture among all classes. He says "I now deflate that I consider the newspaper to be the grand agency by which the gospel is tobe preached, ignorance cast out,oppression dethrened, crime extirpated, the world raised, heaven rejoiced and God gloried,'' The sermon from which this is an extract is among the most powerful delivered by this eminent pulpit orator. Twenty-five years ago, or less, beopl would have been amazed to read in a Democratic paper the "officia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

Attention Farmers Smooth Wire, BARB WIRE At Prices that lead them all. Gall before you buy and save money. H. E. BUCK'S Cash Hardware. Xl?c3noepenocnt Frida i March i IW. HARKET BEPORT. Bat tat M Egga Ig Chickens c Lard Potatoes WC lour perewt .tt) te2.0 Com meal tt)U Hogs per hd Cattle 4 -" Wheat 18 Rye Corn Oats IJjj i lover seed MO Timothy seed 3.UÜ Millitseed LOO Timothy hay per ton 4.00 to ö.OÜ ( lover hay per ton 00 Marsh hay per ton 4.00 to 5.00 Straw per load 00 Furnished by Kd. S. Hogarth & Co. Prom Friday Dally. Walter Cox is home from Ft. Wayne. Miss Tillie Kliughammer has reten ed to South Bend. Clarence Slater returned from Terre j Haute today. Miss Mary Wearer is visiting Miss P .e Miller, of Bourbon. And now they claim to have found gold iu Miami county near Peru. Mrs. La) lor is visiting friends in Warsaw this week. harlev Logan is transacting business in Frankfort. UaeM Sasaael Millet s condition re mains the same. Mrs. Thomas Walker is visiting with , f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

3& E I HT OPT QF INTERNATIONAL PFISS ASSOCIATION. chapter xvif. (Continued. f She bad a pretty linle brass stand, tray, spirit lamp and kettle, ami wi:h i tlii.s apparatus ebe always made the lea beraetl with much pride, and some hv.p i":;ir. Die!. Ii generally fell to j Dick's lot tn light the in p. but to- j day she aai ai! ready !r hiai, and h::d bot : tum Up the light u little to have she wate boiling. "There," the said, after about five ninnies." aad handing hin: a cup oi tea. N'iiiv tell me ail everything." "Wcli." said hick, finding himself j thus fairly ap in a corner, and unable j to pt;i (.It the evil moment any longer, : 'l went " j "Ye? ' eagerly. "And - sat1 her ladyship." 1 "Oh" and is she up?" j Tp: My dear child, Lady Aylmer Is a Well as I am." he answered. Iorothy looked at him in wonder.! "Oh! Dik." she cried, "but what a; ck d old man?" "Ah! fancy it runs in the blood," j aid Ii; ;. easily. "One mau couldn't Lue c. much original sin of his own as tiie ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

The sTullsHSas, Thereof. Amid the discomforts of life and the fullness therof, reacting to every family, there is that whiCB" can so easily mitigate or entirely cure, the wonder is why we endure and t-ulier bo much. From big pains to little aches, which are the wear and tear of the physical structure of man. tkere are always remedies good, better and bes:. The choice should be always tor best as the surest and the cheapest. In chronic or acu:e suffering with rheumatism, neuralgia, Sciatica or lumbago, or with the minor ailments of sprains and bruises, or of soreness and stiffness, the efficacy of St. Jacobs Oil and the fullness thereof in so many complete and perfect cures make it stand out as the best remedy for pain. Why. then, should we stand on the order of going for it, and not go at once? In numberless case the aggravations of discomforts and p?.ins are from delay. Why should we suffer? Competent to .intipe. Eg? Dealer "You say you ;:re a firstclass judge of eggs, jret you hav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 March 1898

L 3 v L BREVITIES From Tueeday'a Daily. Mrs. Ij. E. Ryder is improving. Kegular meeting of the Eastern Star lodge tonight. Samuel Good, of Lcgansport, waa in the city today on business. Frank Parker ex-champion billiard player is dead. J. F. Garver of Bremen was in the city today on business IL G. Young, of Albion, Mich., is in the city visiting friends. lie v. Raymond went to Rochester this morning. Prosper Mickey went to Warsaw to day on business. C. Z Rowe of Argos was in the city todi y on business. The beautiful tandem will be given away tonight at the Gem Cigar Htore. A nice little boy came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conger today. George Gardner, of Huntington, transacted business in Plymouth today. If you want the best smoke in the town, call for Yosts Hone Industry The Marshall county physician's as sociation were in session this afternoon at the Morton institute. The general health of Plymouth at the present time is fairly good, so the physicians say. March came in l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 March 1898

County Independent. Vol. 4 PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY MARCH 18 1898. No. 14 KS A TWENTY THOUSAND DOLL AH I IRE IN THAYER AND LAUtR BUILDINGS. SkMbMgk. Lauer, kleine hm id t LMCJ Yost Thajvr and the Odd FdteWfl all sustain Cn-rderabl ls Insurance will pri.bahl CWrtfeC L image t I .h "lain Damage Caused by VV ater. The old Ml in the city hall sounded , clear ai.d distinct last uight at t olock notifying the people that a tire was rapine -n Michigan street. Th big whistle at the pnmpiDg station respon did promptly and BOOB the entirepopulation of Plymouth were on the run to Michisan street. The tire was' . f 4 1 I located m th tailor soopoi ie.nK Kleinschundt lo the rear of the Office of H. ü. Thayer on Mu h. street. The lire companies were prompt to respond and under the direction of Chief Kuhn were soon at work. The volume of smoke was tremendous and owing to the lire be ing located in a back ro m it was dif licu;t to master it at one. Bu! the lire laddies went to wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 March 1898

r. MASONIC. PLYMOUTH KIL WINING LODGE, No, 149, F. and A.M.; meets first and third Friday evenings of each month. Daniel McDonald,W.M. Tohn Corberly, Sec. PLYMOUTH CHAPTER, No 49, R. A. M.j meets second Friday evening of each month. L. Southworth H. P. J. C.Jilsor, Sec. PLYMOUTH COMMAND'RY, No 26 K. T.; meets secondhand 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 Y. 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 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 I ri-d-iy evenings of each month, in K. of P. hall. Elmer Werntz C. R. Daniel Cramer Sec. HYPERION TEMPLE RATIIBONE SISTERS, meets first and third Frid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 March 1898

THE NAVY Ships, Men and Money Uncle Sam's Strength. Congress Authorizes Vast Additions for New Battleships The Maine to Be ReplacedMarines Also Being Inlisted Under Special OrdersState of War Exists All Along Our South Atlantic Coast Movements Of Our Warships. Th navy ilepartment has now reason to believe that it has aecured the two warships, Amazonas and her sister ship, now building in England for Urazil. It as stated at the cabinet meeting hy Secretary I-ong that the naval attache at London. Lieutenant COl well, had almost completed the negotiation for ho purchase. So far. however, the tinal notification from him that his offer has heen accepted has not yet reached the navy depart merit. Authorizes Three New Ships. Thr e DOW battleships of the stauchest type afloat were authorized by tlif house committ on naval affairs Saturday, Mid a provision for their construction was inserted in the naval appropriation hill. At the same tim. the cOBHtttttee SSjVwed on u maximum price of $4 pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 March 1898

tfrm " v v Vi.! VLfyCOnOCpCttOCtU j CLAY W. METSKER. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PUK E. Ous Tear, Six Months. Three Months, cash, Per Copy, $1.S0 .75 .60 .08 Btered at the post office at Plymouth, in. liana' as matter of the secoud elas Friday Ma Km 18 1898. Announcements. CITY OFFICES, FOK MARSHAL.. Please announce my name as a can didate tor city Marshall of 1'iynioutn subject to the dicision of the Democrat ic nominating' convention. GooFUKY Shkarkr, Pleas anaounce toy name as a can didate t r city Marshall of Plymouth subject lo the dicision of the Democratic nominating convention. Thomas Chaney. COUNTY OFFICES. FOR ('LEKK CIRCUIT COURT. Edwin H. Cokhin will be a candi date for the nomination of Clerk of the Marshall County Circuit Court, sub ject to the decision of the Democratic County Convention, May 28th. LAW CONSTTTI TIONAI.. The supreme court Tuesday handed down a decision upholding the constitutionality of the indeterminate entence law, by a bare majority. This...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 March 1898

TO BE GIVEN AWAY, A Two-seated Canopy top Surrey at Buck's Gash DECEMBER Tickets with each 25 (Ebe3n&epenbent Fj:iday March is IÄI8. MARKET REPORT. Batter IJ ft Efg Ciuckens Lard Be Potatore ' " Flour percwt 2.40 to 2.80 Com meal 1-,N Hogs per hd I.ÜU i 'at tie -25 V heal Kye Corn Oats ( 'lover seed Timothy seed Millit seed Timothv hav per ton 5.00 to o5c 85c I8c IJ i l HJ I qq 7.1 hi lover hay per ton j Marsh hay per ton 4tofS? Mraw per load SUU Furnished by VA. S. Hogarth & Co. Herbert Kellison is visiting his lather (.'has. Kellison of this city. Hishttp White, of Indianapolis, was tbe guestof Kev. Raymond over Sunday. Frank McKinney returned to Uourb m last night, Examinations come thick and fast in the Plymouth schools. Mrs. James Brink is visiting friends in Rochester. Geo. Goble of Peru is visiting friends in Plymouth. Kind Stanford of Legonier was in the city today on business. Mrs. L. A. Kleopfer is getting better I much to the delight of her friends...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 March 1898

Iba bvFb M 1 INTERNATIONAL PRESS ASSOCIATION. CHAPTER XIX. (Continued.) Ulir remarked Barbara, with another sniff, "perhaps not. But for a!i that. Miss Dorothy Ma'am. I should say- David Stevenson was a mean boy, and I never could abide meanness in man. tfoatmil or child." " He was most generous to me," caicl Dorothy, with a sigh. "Yes, to serve his own ends." said Barbara sharply. "You may take such generosity as that for me. Not that I "Was speaking of that ma'am, for I wasn't, but of the time when David "was a boy a horrid boy. who thought nothing of stealing the best appies and letting another take the blame of it." "Oh. Barbara! Barbara!" tried Dorothy, "you've got hold of a wrong etory. Why. I know that once when David stole some of auntie's appies, ar.ii young Tom Merriman got the "blame. David came and told auntie limself." "Yes; and for why?" demanded Barbara, with uncompromising sternness. "Because I happened to have caught the young limb at it and collared him before he c...

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