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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 23 September 1898

CM ha A Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) "Duty again? Terrible word 'duty! Beems to me the greatest enemy of all human joy and ease ar.d love," said Ulith. "Is it wicked of me. Dr. Hal crow? but I almost wish there was HO such t'.iins. We should all be so onuch happier without." "Not if duty represents to us. as it should do. the will of God." said Mag nus, in a low voice. "Hut I should not wait, Miss Stuart; it is a matter of lifo and death. Let me bid you good-bye." "You will go then? Now I Vnow that my influence over you counts for nothing," said Lilith. She looked straight into his eyes, and her own Were wondrously soft and languid. Elspeth Troil shot one hurried, fur tive glance trom her work, and she caught that look of Lilith's. She saw. too, hew Magnus Halcrow first flushed and then grew pale before that look. There suddenly flashed into Elspeta's mind the remembrance of a scene sh? had read about, where, in the dim. ong-rgo woods of Broeeliande, a wil...

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. — 23 September 1898

Cf?e3nbepenbent FUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 18Ü8. MARKET REPORT. Butter 14c Eggs 11c Chickens He Lard 7c 1'otatoes 30c Flour perewt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal 1.00 iloers Der hd 4.00 Cattle 4.25 Wheat 65 Rye 3S Corn 27 Oats. 20 Clover seed 2.75 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 1.00 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 . A. AA Uiover nay per ion .uu io .uu Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 FurniBhed by Fd. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Daily. Miss Francis 1'hillips is very sick witt malaria. Hiram Baker is confined to his home with maiayrial fever. The Novelty has built a large ad dition to their dry kilns. Garro street near its juncture has been converted literally into a horse trading market. The foundation has been laid for a new residence on the Parker farm west of this city. A wreck at Nutwood yesterday de layed No. 15 on the Vandalia last night several hours. Everett Fields went to Lakeville this morning where he has taken charge of a barber shop. The foll...

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. — 30 September 1898

Co Mdeoeedee arsraa Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, F1UDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1898. No. 42. M ty Be Alive To what is going on around you or you will get the worst of it. Look over our reat line of Fall and Winter Suit:; this week and get Splendid Bargains. Don't put so much attention on Cuban affairs that you will be oblivious to all else. Our line of PI p U 0! is without an exception the BS Listen to These Few Specials: Men's Suits, grey, well trimmed, neatly rotten up, for $2.50. All sizes. Men's All-Wool Victor Suits, btowns and greys, sack style, thoroughly well ami reliably made, w ith excellent durable trimmings, all sizes Men's All-Wool Black Worsteds, sack or frock styles, made as prim and neat as tailored for $7.50. Try Us Tili Fall. Ball & PLYMOUTH, IND. Modern Samaritans of the World. Plymouth Congress Xo. 5 Modern Samaritans of the World was instituted Thursday night in Woodmen hall with more than 30 members. The Congress . starts out with one of the largest ...

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. — 30 September 1898

J TALJIAGE'S SKRMOX. "ENOUGH BETTER THAN TOO MUCH," THE SUBJECT. The Text U I. Chron., 20 C-7, as Fol low: "A Man of Great stature, 1Y!ioe t-'inj;er ami Toe Were Four ud Twenty, Six ou Fat! Ham!." etc. Malformation photographed, and for what iea.o:i? Did i;ut this passage blip in by mistake into the sacred Scriptures, as yomttiniej a paragraph utterly obnoxious to the editor gets into his newspaper during his absc-nce? Is not thic Scriptural errata? No, no; there is nothing haphazard xbout the Uible. This passage cf Scripture was as certainly intended to be put into the liible as the v-rse. "In the beginnin? God created the heavens and the earth," or, "(Sod so loved the world that he gave His only begotten Son." And 1 fcelect it tor my text today be cause it is charged with practical and tremendous meaning. Iiy the people of Cod the Philistines had been con quered, with the exception of a few Slants. The race of giants is mostly extinct, I am glad to say. There is no use for giants ...

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. — 30 September 1898

PRACTICAL KINDNESS. Ooe Hundred Thousand Grateful Soldiers. These ar times have tried men's souls in many unexpected ways, but like a shaft of sunshine and good cheer out of the cloud of privation and en durance has been the work that The American Tobacco Co. has done among the U. S. Soldiers and Sailors ever since the war began for when they discov ered that the camps and hospitals were not supplied with tobacco they decided to provide them, free of cost, with enough for every man, and have al ready given outright to our Soldiers and Sailors over one hundred thousand pounds of "Battle Ax Plug" and "Duke's Mixture" Smoking Tobacco, and have bought and distributed fifty thousand briar wood pipes, at a total cost of between fifty and sixty thou sand dollars. This work has been done quietly and thoroughly, by establishing headquar ters in each camp, so that every camp and every hospital of the United States Army has been supplied with enough tobacco for every man and the sailor3 on thi...

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. — 30 September 1898

Miraculous Benefit RECEIVED FROM Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. ill wwWml3 ELI P. BABCOCK, of Avoca, N. Y., a veteran of the 3rd N. Y. Artillery and for thirty years of the Babcock & Munsel Carriage Co., of Auburn, says: "I write to express my gratitude forthemirac lous benefit received from Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. I suffered for years, as result of army life, from sciit ica which affected my heart in the Hort form, my limbs swelled from the ar.k'.es up. I bloated until I was unable to button my clothing; had sharp pains about the heart, smotherinp spells and shortness of breath. For three months I was unable to lie down, and all the sleep I got was in an arm chair. I ytva treated by the best doctors but gradually grew worse. About a year ago I commenced taking Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and It saved my lifo as if by a miracle." Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottla benefits or money re funded. Book on dis eases of the heart and nerves...

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. — 30 September 1898

Stay AH Muht. Dight on Top With the low prices I have quoted you hefore. I am still in the lead and always will be. Special Sale this week on 25-cent Pocket Knives. they will be mustered out at the end of I Tiiey Kount to a Finish. their thirty days turloujih. An excitin? knockout of several L'rias Feller has left to visit his aged rounds is reported to have occured mother and other relatives in Suflield, eiSht mi,es north east of liremen, in H. E. BUCK. Ohio. Miss Cora Leonard is now employed in the auditor's otfice at the court house. J. A. Miller is removing his family and household ettVcts to his far.u near Arpos. I. S. llahn, of Culver, attended the teachers meeting at the court house Saturday. The Marshall county Child Study club has set the time of its next meet ing for Oct. 1. Justice Corbin considered a case of provoke Saturday which was dismissed this morning. A dance was piven at the residence of Noah Miller, west of Plymouth, Saturday evening. Madison township. Tuesday m...

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. — 30 September 1898

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA, II Minor Happenings of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Religious, Social aiul Criminal Doings of the Whole World Carefully Condenaed for Our Headers The Ac cideut Itecord. Harrison. Neb. The jury acquitted Irving Gilmore of the charge of mur dering Frank Miller. Elyria O. C. H. Ebett of Uhricsville, a traveling man, was asphyxiated at a boarding house. La Crosce, Wis The 2-year-old son of Philip Ullman of Kimberly was nearly stung to death by bees. Milwaukee, Wis. Edward Markwitz waß badly burned and Jacob Peters was scorched at a fire at thf Ir factory. Warsaw, Ind. The livery barn of William Soash at Pierceton was de stroyed by fire. Five horses were cre mated, making a total loss of $5.000. Ashland, Wis. A wreck occurred on the Central road near White River in which Harricon Fifield was instantly killed and Walter Sharpie fatally in jured. Tarentum, Pa. Harvey Petzinger shot his wif...

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. — 30 September 1898

ik rot? Stor KU Ort A Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. CHAPTER VI. She rang the bell, and tea soon ap peared. While she was attending to it the others talked: but Magnus, com ing to her side, helped her at the tea table. The voices of the other two grew lower. For a moment they hardly rose above a whisper. When tea was handed round the conversation became more general, and turned on Evan's accident. Presently Miss Stuart asked: "And how muco longer are you to remain at Abbot's Head?" "I have already trespassed too long on the hospitality of Dr. Halcrow," said Evan. I was thinking of leaving tomorrow." He glanced at Magnus, who sat strictly silent. "And you are going to Stromness then?" asked Lilith. When Lilith rose presently, both young men stood up. She glanced up at Magnus. "Would it be too much to ask you to bring my machine round. Dr. Halcrow? And you are going a little bit of my "way, are you not?" "I am going to Borenow," Magnus replied briefly. He turned and left the room. Lil...

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. — 30 September 1898

!: A .11 - : v ' .'.!n;i i Jli-.'ii. .ilttl'!l. " ': wm id. (Ef?e 3nbepenbcnt Friday, September, 30, 18U8. MARKET REPORT. Ikitter 14c Kggs lie Chickens oc Lard c Potatoes 30c Flour perewt 2.40 to 2.80 Cora meal 100 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.2. Wheat " Uye : Corn 27 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.7.J Timothy seed 2.00 Mill it seed 100 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' Dally. Born into the family of Will Ulrich, a boy. Mrs. James Ilarker has moved to South 15end. The Fertig school-house is about ready for the plasterers. No. 522 drew the box or cigars at the Phoenix Saturday night. Miss Carrie Uoggs, living in the country south of town.is quite ill. J. 1). McCoy was obliged to keep in doors today on account of an attack of malaria. Conrad Lawrence, of Twin Lake, is recovering from the effects of a bad sickness. The Laporte fair association wound ...

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. — 7 October 1898

M TTS Co u rut v Meet County Library Jnul S Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MAKSHAhh COUNTY, INDIANA, FHIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1808. No. 43. QRAN OPENING! THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1898. MR. L. E. SCHRAMM, whom you have met so often before will be here on the day and date above mentioned. You know what a good and extensive line he carries, hence further comment is unnecessary. We, however, desire to say that we extend a most courteous invitation to those who are difficult to fit and hard to please, because especial care and time will be devoted to special orders. You will save money and worry by deferring your purchases until this time. YOURS TO PLEASE. Ball & Carabin PLYMOUTH, IND. t: FOR A- I Stylish SE Up-to-Date B Carriage H Jerry Blain. faiuuwwwwwwwawi Frazor Axle Grease l!iii!ii""r iCAfi-WiiVr ÄS w AS awv nTHEK WM- . - W ' Not affected by Heat or Cold. Highest Awards at Centennial. Paris and World's Fair. Manufactured HjBRI(JAT0R CO., Factories: Chciago, St Louis, New York. Another Cheap Trip to ...

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. — 7 October 1898

SCIENTIFIC TOPICS CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV ERY AND INVENTION. A T(m Piece That Keglsters the Thou sandth Irt of a ticoml Triumph of a German Clockmaker A Pneumatic Wood Uorer 5t!uy; of the LI out- IJee. The Stinjj of 'lie Honey Bee. There has Ltf-n more or less discus licn of late on the cifects of bee stings. Seme authorities claim that after a cumber of stings peivone become im mune; others declare that it is only in exceptional eases that this state of things occur. There are many bee keepers who never become so accus tomed to the stings that they feel will ing to risk the pain at the moment and the extremely uncomfortable eoreness that follows contact with these small but fierce antagonists. To he sure some pereons are less affected than others, but this proves nothing from a scientific standpoint. An experience of years has led a number cf agricultur ists to the belief that there are seasons and conditions that govern the effect of bee stings. One of these does not suf fer at al...

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. — 7 October 1898

Free Home in Western Florida. There are about 1,000,000 acres of GoTernment land in Northwest Flor ida, subject to homestead entry, and about half as much again of railroad lands for sale at very low rates. These Unds are on or near the line of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, and Mr. R. J. Wemyss. General Land Com missioner, Pensacola, will fce glad to write you all about them. If you wish to go down and look at them, the Louisville & Nashville Railroad pro vides the way and the opportunity on the first and third Tuesday of each month, with excursions at only $2 over one fare for round-trip tickets. Write Mr. C. P. Atmore, General Passenger Agent, Louisville, Ky., for particulars. Mast Be a President. "Do you know when old Gotrox first ame here he was too poor to buy a ticket and had to walk?" "Yes, and now he's too rich to buy a ticket and has to ride cn a pass." St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Flare You Any Children? We have j ut issued a larpe book entitled Chats With Mothe...

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. — 7 October 1898

Suffered 20 Years. x4w iß J 'ML -mm MT MKS. MAKV LEWIS, ulfe of a proml nent farmer, and well known by all old residents near Belmont, N. Y,. writes: "For twenty-seven years I had been a constant sufferer from nervous prostra tion, and paid lavjre sums of money for doc tors and advertised remedies without bene fit. Three years ago my condition was alarming; the least noise would startle and unnerve me. I was unable to sleep, bad a number of sinking spells and slowly prew worse. I bepan uius Dr. Miles liestorative Nervine, and Nerve and Liver Tills. At first the medicine seemed to have no effect, but after taking a few bottles I began to notice a change; 1 rested better at night, my appe tite began to improve and I rapidly grew better, until now I am as nearly restored to health as one of my age may expect. God bless Dr.Miles'Nervine." Dr. Miles Iiemedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money re funded. Book on dis eases of the heart an...

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. — 7 October 1898

H. CI?c3nbcpcnbcnt FltlDAY, OCTOltKK 7, 18'.S. LOCAL BliEVI From Friday' Dallv. Wm. Sarber, of Argos, is building a large brick addition to his store The jail is receiving extensive repairs. All the crevice between the stone work are being remortered. C. 11. Leonard and family arrived to day noon from their summer's outing in Petoskey, Michigan. It is estimated that Nelson Horine, of Howard county, on a little over six acres of ground, had 40,000 watermel ons ripening at one time. The ducks are beginning to leave the sloughs and migrate. For the next few weeks the hunter will have every op portunity to show his marksmanship. The Chicago synod of the Evangeli chI Lutheran church, in session at White.tfcwn, has adjourned. The next annua! meeting will be held at Vanda iia, I!'. Chas. Brown is still very sick in the Florida hospital. A letter received yesterday stated that for days he had been delerious, but was now con valescing. Geo. Anderson went to Fort Wayne today to accept his old...

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. — 7 October 1898

THE WEEKLY IIIDEPEIIDEIIT. a W. 1TETSKER, Pab. and Prop. K.YXXOUTH, - - - DTD IAN A, as lojspmi Minor Happenings of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, lieligioas, Social and Criminal Doing of the "Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Headers The Ac" cident Itecord. Washington Col. William J. Bryan left for Hot Springs, and after a day cr so will rejoin his regiment at Pablo Beach, F!a. Wilkesbarre, Pa. The fire in the Midvale mine caused the loss of five lives. The body of the fifth victim, Joseph Torofski, has been found. All died from suffocation. New York Kate Phillips, 23 years old, a variety actress, tried to kill her self by taking laudanum. She comes from Illinois, ran away from her hus band, and fears he means her injury. Essex, Iowa Walter J. Yates shot and dangerously wounded his wife and her friend, Mrs. E. J. Brown, and then .;hot himself through the head. Do mestic infelicty caused the tragedy. Denver, Colo. Snow and rain hae checked the progress of...

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. — 7 October 1898

. j - ' -- g mjk nwy Or&inep's. A Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. 13 CHAPTER VII. (Continued.) "Strangers?" repeated Evan Mon teith. His tone was one of mingled astonishment and reproach. He stood Etill in the middle of the road and faced her; but Day did not raise her eyes to his face. She felt she could not. "Strangers. Day?" he repeated, in a low voice that thrilled with some deep feeling. "After all that his been between us, do you still count us stran gers? Is this your love or your prom ised trust?" Day's face was pale as death. She put her hand to her threat before she answered. Then she spoke at last, very slowly, as if she were fjying to weigh her words well. "Mr. Monteith, we know almost nothing of each other. Our acquain tanceship, even now, only extends to three weeks. We Orcadians do not leap into friendship so suddenly as the Southrons. It takes years to make our friendship strong and true. You know little of us; we know nothing at all of you. Though it so happened ...

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. — 7 October 1898

t I Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, October 7, 18Ü8. THE "EXC1UCIATIXG PAIN." It is really laughable to read the silly talk of the "excruciating pain" that imagines he is the mouth piece of the Marshall count' republicans. He seems to think that no legal patronage shouhl come to the In dependent; that the other papers should hog it all, because they have always been used to do ing so. Such talk is silly, very silly. They do the party they represent, an injury; they array friend against friend , neigh bor against neighbor by their "old fogy" ideas of conducting a cam paign. In view of this fact why should the voters of the county be called upon to throw all county patronage to such institutions to men who have sown seeds of con tention throughout the various neighborhoods of the county? They rather deserve the condemnation of all good citizens. Outside of politics, suppose some fellow invades a community and with meddlesome purposes for the sake of gaining a point, meligns individuals, striv...

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. — 14 October 1898

J Comity Library Janl93 1! Com Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1898. No. 44. Marsha fry edepeedeet THEY FEAR LOSSES. REPUBLICANS OF INDIANA EX- PECT A SMALLER CONGRES SIONAL DELEGATION. Corretipontleiit of the Chteaco Trihune ;iv. 8 Out IMaiii Talk from Headquarter Cnjrrei!maii I-aiuli M iich Worried ThU District Considered Very Uoubiful Apathy I Very Marked. An Indianapolis correspondent writes as follows regarding the political situa tion in Indiana. Chairman Charles Hernly of the re publican central commitUe has been warning the workers in Indiana of threatened danger to the state ticket fiom overcontidence and a possible f-lling off in republican votes this year. The news fiom eastern and southern states at the autumn elections showing heavy falling lII in the total vote has suggested a possible danger m Indiana. a republican coneressuian has been jj- elected in the Fourth district only twice since the party was organized, ex Lieutenant Governor W...

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. — 14 October 1898

FOR WOMAN AND H03IE ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. Some Current Notes of the Modes An Lreniut; tlown for a Itudding Jlrl llearisr.tr for Autumn 1'iJy for the l"niued 1'urU Millinery. In a Sedan. ?he Tr ps .1 in an exquisite sown The . rain:i :-itk you may buy. Ilc7 sh .- was so niall that it must have ClV.f ;,,VI1 Trrn. i'.iiryl.in.l up in the sky. lltr v. p it was ligtit, though her tresses w f white Per fushk.ii ! ided the plan): Ar.d she wcr.üotJ her way to a dance or a play In the loveli. st little sedan. 3 han.f-ri- to meet her cue night In the year (Tut why nw'd I mention a date?) Suffice it to .-ay that she sat in her Vi:t,r" Witfi the pride of a princess in state, .And the chai'mrn who strode through t'"i- mob in the mad T?iat followed the gav caravan W ere cai:i';- aloud to the curious crowd: "Make way for my lady's st-dan!" They stoppe.1 at a spot where a minia ture lyeau "Wa.s waiting her coming with pride: Ills tout and Iiis wig were as white as the snow And ho...

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