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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 30 December 1898

0?e3nbepenbent Friday, December 30, 1898. MARKET REPORT. Butter 10, 12,14c Eggs 18c Chickens 4ctc Lard Potatoes 2? Flour per cwt 2-00 Corn meal 1-00 Hogs per hd 3.00 to 3.10 Cattle 4-25 Wheat 6 Rye 38 Corn 2oto 2o Oats.... 20 Clover seed - j Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed . 4 100 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to .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 Tuwday' Daily. John II Higher, of Walkerton, was in the city today. Wm. McDonald of New Carlisle is visiting bis granddaughter, Mrs. J. N. Wilson. Howard Kelly left last night for Maywood, HI., after visiting here oyer Christmas. Charles Kleckner has gone back to Streator, 111., after visiting the Kleckner family in this city. Mrs. Charles Drummond is visiting in St. Louis with her relatives, ilolbrok and Victoria Cleveland. Mr and Mrs. Ed Whitwer and fam ily left today for South iiend, where they will remain permanently. Fred Schultz ...

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. — 6 January 1899

County Library Janl ütf Co Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY ü, 1899. No. 4. WW cm tG E I A Happy and Prosperous New Year is our earnest and heartfelt wish to all who have so generously contributed to the remarkable and tremendous business of the year just coming to a close. We say we thank you foi ne see in this fact that you appreciate our efforts and zeal to make this a first class, reliable, money-making store. Complete Stocks, Honest Goods, Low Prices, Prompt Service and Fair Treatment w' h have been the important factors in bring i.. ibout these great results will again be in vogue this coining year, 1899. Xo time, money or care will be spared to make this the greatest store in Marshall county. The stocks for the coming seasons will equal, if not excel, all previous efforts and posi tively will maintain the lowest prices consistent with good qualities. Again wishing you the compliments of the season, we are yours Always to Please. Hi pwwmwmwmwwwwwmwnt...

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. — 6 January 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA, 010 IN Minor Happenings ef the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. rlili:il. HcUk.ou. ri.l mU I'riMia! Ioisf .if I In- Whole YVorlU Carefully Tri.leii.-i for Our i;vitir Tint A -eil-.it Krmril. Vbtcila. 11. ('.--Fir deKtrTed tht HeatlnTv dt.ek. tiiudns 1 r $r..fi:.i. :ergc-ani. Kv- Crutj ITa.ier idiot John SlMiliorii dead for .ttruidins daiurc vh re he wa. i:ot indtl. Sterling. 111. -Fire destroyed the Masonic temple, cuudng a los ol $4C.(H'-0. The buildinf, was a four-story strudnre. Merino. Iii. Oscar Anderson, au em ploye ;f J f r v Co.. m crushed to f at li l vn ; frdght car and shed. Chaitancoea. T tin.-Thieve broke into the Lookout Mountain Papfit church and s:o!e t':e church orjan, the arltar and the bilde. Springlif id. Mass. porniiiMp't Kra- t hrf. I v..:s banned fur the Hi u rdr of his 5ti'T,f!.i!JKi' :'. Vii t;: ii Pinkus. li var.s of ag . Cir.: O. frank Weher, a. moh! ? streik his only on, Fi...

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. — 6 January 1899

A FELON'S LOVE. BY HEXRY V. NESFIELD. CHAPTER XI. Mr. Hall then went about his busi ness and by no meaius hurried hiniaflf to attend upon the invalid at Sullivan's. He had such a horror of drunkards in genera! that the man's illness excited no sympathy within. Besides he had nothing to communicate regarding Robert Luk the brother, and had loir.; eince ceased to take any interest in what had become of him. Leisuiely mounting his horae that afternoon, he rode down to the public- house. There he was received by an expect ant crowd of loafers, foremost amongst j whom was the landlord he to much de- ! tested. "Take Mr. Hall's horse, Bill, can't yer!" cried Sullivan. "Very good of you, sir, I'm sure, to have taken the trouble to come. This busine haa quite upset me It's awful!" and the man really did look as if his nerves were in a more shattered condition than usual. "Will you step inside, sir?" he asked respectfully. "I have a let ter you had better see at once." Mr. Hall followed the l...

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. — 6 January 1899

Dr. Miles9 Heart Cure Cur a Prominent Attorney. MR. R. C. PHELPS, the leading pension attorney of Belfast, N. Y., writes: "I was discharged from the army on account of 111 health, and suffered from heart trouble ever since. I frequently had fainting and smothering spells. My form was bene as a man of I constantly wore an overcoat, even in summer, for fear of taking cold. I could not attend to my busi ness. BIy rest was broken by severe pains about the heart and left shoulder. Three years a pro I commenced using Dr. Miles Heart Cure, notwithstanding I had used so much patent medicine and taken drugs from doctors for years without being helped. Dr. Miles' Heart Cure restored me to health. It Is truly a wonderful medicine and It affords me much pleasure to recommend this rem edy to everyone." Dr. Miles Remedies are sold by all drug gists under a positive MIIa' - guarantee, first bottle benefits or money funded. Book on eases of the heart store. 3 a is- '-f and ss, 1 '4i. nearcn y nerve...

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. — 6 January 1899

XLJ 3 ... COQOOOOCCGOOOCCCOC () () () Ü o C) o o o o o o () Ü o o O o 7 GETS THE o o () BUCK'S CASH ÜOOÖOOOOOOOOOOOCOOCCOOCOO Cf?e3nbcpenbent Friday, Januahy I. 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES- From Friday's Ially. Frank Rettle is quite sick as the resi dence of L. Foley on Walnut street. Rollo Cummins, who hss been visit ing friends here, has returned to Cold- water, Mich. ! Dr. U. W. Cary, the we.I-known dis penser of proprietary medicines, was in the city today. Grace Axe arrived veslerday to visit a few days as the guest of Marie Uo ham and Nell Disher. Jos. Anderson returned to his busi ness in Pipestone, Minn., this morning, after a visit with his family here. Ed Dill, of Donaldson, was in the City today, and amont? other things re newed his subscription for The Weekly Independent. Miss Coral Stewart left for South Bend to visit her Eis er. She will go from there to Laporte to take up her school work again. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Thorp, of Hunt ington, returned home this morning, after havi...

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. — 6 January 1899

CONSTRUCTING THE An Explanation of How the Wonderful Work Was Accomplished. The ability disp'ayod !n transporting heavy jy tli ancients , o -cts fron: ! place to iIa.'- and in inising them many feet above the surface of the ground in r lie construction of temples, , palaces ami pyramids, has Ions been a j source of wonder, .--ays J. Elfreeh Wat kins i?i Cassifrs Magazine, it may, indeed, be truly said that the engineers of the present era would find it diffi cult to perform similar feats. cen when aided by the most, improved ap pliances deviled through tue ingenuity levelopcd in this inventive age. So impressed with, amazement at the achievements of the ancient architects have trained archaeologists become that not infrequently the opinion is ex pressed that these men. whose work has withstood the ravages of scores of centuries, must have been aide! by well-devised machines, posibly oper ated by one or more of the generated forces. Notwithstanding these conjectures, in the many care...

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. — 6 January 1899

More Equipment for IJalt!rifr & Ohio. The improvements that have been made on the Baltimore and Ohio Rail road during the past two years have rendered it possible to operate ears of a heavier capacitj' than have been in use in the past and the receivers have Just ordered from the Schoen Pressed Steel Company of Pittsburg l.CCO steel coal cars of a capacity of 100.000 pounds each. These cars will be used for the seaboard trade and are ex pected to be in service during the early part cf 1S99. In addition to these cars the receivers havo also ordered from the Pittsburg Locomotive Works CD more of the consolidated locomotives with 22x28 inch cylinders. About the Size f It. Willie Say, pa. what's an impres sionist? Pa An impressionist, Willi?, is an artist who gives one the impres sion that he sells more pictures than he can paint. Chicago News. Coo shins' Leads to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam rill stop the cough at once. Go to yoi r druggist today and get a sample bottle free. Sold in...

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. — 6 January 1899

CI?e3nbepenbent Friday, January 6, 1899. MARKET REPORT. Butter 10, 12,14c Eggs l&c Chickens 4c to 5c Lard Cc Potatoes 2ic Flour per cwt 2.00 Corn meal 1-00 Hogs per hd 3.00 to 3.10 Cattle 4.25 Wheat 6 Uye 38 Corn 2o to 25 Oats o20 Clover seed 2.i Timothy seed 2.00 MUlitoeed 100 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Clo?er 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 Tueadar'a Duly. The skating above the dam is report ed to be supurb. The court is still quibbling over the bicycle factory case. (J. W. Miller started on his return trip to Kansas yetterday. Dr. A. I), Hridgeman, of Decatur, HI., Is transacting business In this city. Corporal IMward It.Danforth return ed to bis studies at the Howe military school today. Miss Hattie Morris will attend the South Bend Commercial school during the next term. The contractors who furnished that embalmed beef are getting in as bad odor as the meat. Miss .l...

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. — 13 January 1899

- . Vol. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1899. o. No. 5. UM M GoMoty tadepeiradeeto A Happy and Prosperous New Year is our earliest and heartfelt wish to all who have so generously contributed to the remarkable and tremendous business of the year just coming to a close. We say we thank you for we see in this fact that you appreciate our efforts and zeal to make this a first class, reliable, money-making store. Complete Stocks. Honest Goods, Low Prices, Prompt Service and Fair Treatment which have been the important factors in bring ing about these great results will again be in vogue this coining year, 1899. No time, money or care will be spared to make this the greatest store in Marshall county. The stocks for the coming seasons will equal, if not excel, all previous efforts and posi tively will maintain the lowest prices consistent with good qualities. Again wishing you the compliments of the season, we are yours Always to Please. llUfamw l New Qoods with D...

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. — 13 January 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - . INDIANA II' H u Minor Happenings of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Religions. Social and Criminal Doing of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our It.ndcrs The Ac cident Record. Lexington, Ky. An epidemic of slip has broken out unions the blooded hums it! this vicinity. London -The Urit ish government has o:il( ;e'i L'T.it members of the Irl-Ii fusil ei s. now in Alexandria, Egypt, to Khartum, to garrison the defenses there. Willi;' msburg. X. V An unknown num. with his lioail burned off, was found dad in a lime kiln, lie had, it is be;ieed, gone to tin1 kiln to get warns and been overcome by the fumes. Newcastle, Pa. The city council ami county eniiniss jene rs have offered a reward f ?I.mm for the arrest und miction of thn men who murdered City Tiras' rer John Itlevins and rob bed his office. London - The Daily Chronicle urges the I'nifed States to demand of Spain the pardon of Colonel Jul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 13 January 1899

A FELON'S LOVE. BY HENRY W. CHAPTER XIII. A few hours afterward the coach came lumbering up to Sullivan's door, whore William Luke was standing, anxiously watching for its coming. Directly the driver descended from the box. he seized him by the arm. "Good evening. Sam." he exclaimed. "There is something I very much wish to ask of you." "Well, go ahead, mate; we have only ten minutes to liquor up in." "I will liquor you up more than you can drink in the next fortnight," cried Luke, "if you tell me truly what I want to know." "What is it? Blaze away!" "Did you or did you not, on the night I traveled up with you here, bring a letter to Tom Baynes, the cuok at Redmount?" "I I bring a letter to Tom Baynes?" echoed the man, pausing for a moment to consider. "No; that I certainly did not. Who says as I did?" "Then it's false!" screamed Luke. "He had no such letter calling him away; and there was some reason for his fearing to meet me face to face!" "It certainly is very odd," admitted Mr. ...

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. — 13 January 1899

A Shattered Hervous System. FINALLY HEART TROUBLE. B.trrH is Health bv Dr. Miles' Nervln. MR. EDWARD HARDY, the Jolly man ager of Sheppard Co's. great store at Braceville. 111., writes: "I had neyer been sick a day In my life until in 1890. I got so bad with nervous prostration that I had to give up and commence to doctor. I tried our local physicians and one in Joliet, but none gave me any relief and I thought I was goin to die. I became despondent and suffered untold agony. I could not eat, sleep nor rest, and it seemed as if I could not exist. At the end of six months I was reduced to but a shadow of myself, and at last my heart became affected and I was truly miserable. I took six or eight bottles of Dr. Miles Nervine. It gave me relief from the start, and at last a cure, the great est blessing of my life." I -OlTfr. Dr. Miles' Remedies I Or. are sola by an drug gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle 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. — 13 January 1899

c oooooooocccocoooco WW o o o Ü o () () o o o o o 0 Ü o o () o o o o oc 7 GETS THE BUCK'S CASH ccooooooooooccocoooocoo Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, January 13. lbW. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Da 11 v. The doctors will b6 able to live high when the bills are all paid. Five in the family of Fred Shoemaker are confined with the lagrippe. Henry Stein is buildin? a large ice house on his farm ia th country. Marriage license recorded Jan 5: John ililliard and Ida May Henry. Mrs. Ashbury Cormican and daughter Esthie are undergoing a siege of the la grippe. Miss Lizzie Yoder is reported worse. She is troubled with a long standing ailment. Farm for sale or trade for city prop erty or stock of groceries. Direct mail to this oflice. 2tw Mrs. Peggie Wilson, living five miles northwest, is on the point of death. Her ailment is lung fever. John Klinghammer and Deor Hoerth went to South Bend this noon. From thence they go to Kentucky. J. 15. Cromley and family have all been confined to the house wit...

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. — 13 January 1899

f SCIENTIFIC TOPICS. CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOV ERY AND INVENTION. Are Lamp YVItlioiO Curlnnn A New In- utit.i I Iiat Will M:iUe Tliem 1 illf --Slnalins at So.i Uy Night Aluflirooii. l:ue. Arc ..imps Uitlmn; (.irt'.iu. Ftvm (he London U.iiiy Mail: Io ion. i ! iiroifr! icn has j ist l-en b t;;:n't! f,;.- vital ;;p"urs to !x- ;i Valu able electric ;:!: lamp invention. The t Lief !!. lit rf the liev lamp, tor wiii. il patents haw been applied for in Kii' uud ami other oantrirs bv Mr. I t-1 c r i -s i o-.-ueueroa".. Charlton, in the ';;: !!'.:. T it' ii linary eai uaus. iii-ip;i miiif fitn.i ofle'-r electric arc lights, are no i Mi'i! re:! at all. Xitw ;t'i;i s -eiyboty is more or b ss familiar with the a.v lights used .so extensively tor .-t:et ami lher out licor illumination. Doubtless, however, ! w nf the general public are aware that at the point of illumination the electric rill rent Hows along sticks of ration, which are grailually burned away by the intense hear and have tu U regnla...

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. — 13 January 1899

Speaking Clocks, "We speak of watches and clocks as telling the time, but v.c do not as a rule expect to be understood as saying that they do it in so many words. Xow, however, we may make mention of clocks that literally tell the hour. These phonograph clock. are being made in Switzerland, and are the very latest thing in the line of timepieces. When a button is pressed they pro nounce the hour distinctly, thus sav ing the owner the trouble of looking for himself to see where the hands point. The new invention has been utilized to awaken a sleeper in alto gether a more natural manner than by the old system. A clock set to awaken its owner at six, calls out to the slum berer: "It is six o'clock .get up'." Fome clocks, evidently intended for the tise of obstinate sleepers, add: "Now don't go to sleep again!" The form of warning can be chosen by the buyer, and may be more or less emphatic. The application of the phonographic principle to watches and clocks is the work of a French watc...

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. — 13 January 1899

I?e3n&epenbent Friday, January 13, 1899. THE SENATORIAL, DECISION. There is no disguising the fact that the defeat of Judge Robert S. Taylor for United States senator is a grievous disappointment to his friends in Fort Wayne, and a source of regret to the peop1 of Indiana whe were actuated by a desire to be represented in the councils of the nation by the ripest scholar in the state by a man whose intellectual attainments are of the highest or der, a profound thinker, who would rank with the greatest names in senatorial history. We may be prejudiced, but we can see no cause for congratulation in the selection of Mr. Beveridge, and nothing to commend in the combination that resulted in his suc cess. It simply centralizes more power in Indianapolis, to the detriment of the rest of the state, which, as far as results are concerned, might as well be represented by the senators from Michigan or Illinois. The fact that Mr. A. C. Harris, a citizen of Indianapolis, was select ed to repr...

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. — 20 January 1899

J Mar C7J t; ! ' I Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1899. No. 6. 'Jt . ' County independent COL u T1 i Remnant and Odd End Sale V The remarkably successful business had in the sixty days just passed has left an enor mous quantity of Remnants and Odds and Ends in every department. We have placed these articles on a separ ate table and marked them way down below cost. Overcoat Sale. Preparatory to taking stock which will be February 1st, we will make exceptionally low prices on every Overcoat in stock. While the stock there is yet a very good CougrenHinaii Uriels' Private Secretary. It is given out according to the South Bend Times that F. Henry Wurzer, sec retary of the republican college clubs, baa been selected by congressman-elect A. L. Brick as his private secretary. Mr. Wurzer is now employed as book keeper at the Studebaker works and will retain his present position until the next Congress assembles. There were many applicants, some in places that...

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. — 20 January 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. a TV. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH. - - - INDIANA, ! ME!! ii in Minor Happenings of the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Kelisloua, Social and Criminal Doing of the Whole TVorld Carefully Condensed for Our Kräder The Ac cident IJecor!. Savannah. Ga. The transport Rou manian sailed with the Third Georgia regiment, bound for Nuevitas. Utica. N. Y. Mrs. Emily J. Mose ly. who wot lid have been 102 years old liad the lived until April, died at the Home for the Homeless. London- Heavy winds, accompanied by rain and snow, are doing great damage in different parts of Switzer land. Avalanche disasters are feared. Montreal. Que. Albert E. Müssen, teller of the savings department of the Merchants' bank, has been arrested on a charge of embezzling $S0,0u0. His relatives are wealthy. Lc-xiniitoii. Ky. The temperance ad vocates who endeavored to secure evi dence .'.gainst saloon men violating the Sunday closing law were attacked and badly beaten by the ...

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. — 20 January 1899

t J A FELON'S LOVE. 7 BY HENRY V. XESFIELD. i CHAPTER XV. The finding of the piece of waist belt marked with Robert Luke's initials caused much excitement among the men on the station. Nothing more, however, could be discovered, and for several weeks I. like hunted about the place in vain, iioping that he might succeed in finding still another link in the chain cf evidence which might lead to some trace of his lost brother. In the meantime the whole colony had again become interested in the af Jair, chiefly from the fact that no traces could be found either of Baynes or his wife; and, as it became certain that the missing couple had not trav eled toward the coast, as Baynes had said they intended doing, the matter grew daily more and more mysterious. Days and weeks passed by, and yet nothing fresh concerning the disap pearance of Robert Luke came to light. His brother began to despair, and at last one night he announced his inten tion of returning to England. "It is of no use my rem...

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