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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 April 1900

4 4 f r5k Special Sale OFFine Shoes for 30 Days at the D ro b b NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. Ladies' Fine Dress Shoe, lace....$ 1 .45 Ladies' Vesting Coin Toe Shoe, lace . $1.65 Ladies Silk Trimmed Ueaiities $2.00 All our S3 and $3.23 grade, cut for this eale to $2.50 Children's Shces at 2öc, 35c, 50?, 5c, 73c and 80c. All our $2 grade in Men's Shoea reduced for this sale to sM.GO; 3 grade to 2.10. A large line at 81 15. Now is the time to buy Shoes for Spring. Call' aud see our line whether you buy or not. YOURS FOR BUSINESS. M. RYAN. Oje3nbepenbent Fill DAY, PIJIL 27, 1100. LOCAL BREVITIES. From TYiday'e üallv. Mira Ilattte Thompson ia having a severe attack of pneumonia. Noble McCrory made another trip to Niles today to have his eyes treated. A marriage license haa been issued to James Martin Ohler and Mary L'eoples. Just received at Dial's a fine line of ladies' and misses ready to wear street hats. dlwtf Henry Bremer left this morning for Peoria, III., where he has been offered wor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 April 1900

- . it V V ßt ß ß ß tt KING DON A STCKY CF MILITARY lli H EBil ,GY AI A VOR ALLAN. -V . o . . ßi ß) ß ß CHAPTER II. (Continued.) , Che locked, up in his face with a lit- j He smüe thst would have appeased a ! very martinet in love. I "I am very sure that Roddy does not , care a scrap nowadays for me," she said demurely, adding, with sweet con- j trition. "and I am not surprised, after the way I treated him. But I was only j a thoughtless girl In those day3, and 1 know he has forgiven me." "Hew long ago is it since 'those days'?" queried Don. toying with a polden strand of her hair. Her words had restored his rcasaurance and calm. "I try to think it is a long, long time, Don," sho answered gravely, "for then I never thought of right or wrong, cr how beautiful it makes life if we try to serve God rather than self. Oh," she brcke ciT, with a thrill of emotion in her voice, "sometimes I pray I may live to be an old woman. Just to try to ncake up for all those wasted years." "And so I. t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 April 1900

C7 ? $ ion sick Is Lydia Em qkham's Vogotabio expound i Co other medicine In the rld has dono so much 6dm a ; Kb confidenco has over on vioiatcdm Vo woman's testimonial as ever published by Mrs. Pinhham without special permission No woman over wroto to Mrs Pinkham for advlco without getting help. No man sees these letters. Her advice Is free, and her address is Lynn, Fflassm She is a woman, you can tell her the trutln No living person is so competent to advise women None has had such experience She has restored a million sufferers to healthm You can trust her. Others havem Lydia E. Pin it ham Med. Co., Lynn, Mass. India Corn Day In Eaoits. tiovernor ianiey nas canea upon the people of Kansas to contribute money and corn for the relief of starving India in furtherance of the Rev. Charles M. Sheldon's plan to raise 1,000,000 bushels of corn for the purpose. The governor proposes that Saturday, April 28, be known as India corn day; Sunday, the 29th, as India relief Sunday, and March, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 27 April 1900

4 (EI?e3nbepenbent FniDAY, Sn:iL 27, 11KJ0. MARKET REPORT. What Farmers (Jet. Hogs per hd., lire 5.15 Hogs per cwt., dressed .00 Cattle, live 3.00 to 4.00 Wheat . 0 to C5c Rye 40 to 45 Corn 30 to 35c Oats 20c to 22c Clover seed 4 00 Timothy seed m 2.00 Clover hay per ton 7.50 to 8.00 Timothy hay per ton 12.00 to 14.00 Marsh hay per ton 7.00 to 8.C0 Straw per load 3.00 Butter 15c to 10c Eggs 10c Chickens, live c Chicker.8, dressed 10c Ducks c Turkeys, live 7c to 8c Turkeys, dressed 10c Lard 7ctoSc Potatoes 35c to 40c Flour per cwt 2.20 Corn meal 120 LOCAL BREVITIES. F.om Tuesdays Daily. John Lindquist came home last evening for a few days visit. Miss Eatella Tabor, of Argos, visited friends in Plymouth yesterday. C. E. Edinger.of Bruce Lake, changed cars here today on his way to Chicago. Vern Hardenbrook, of Walkerton, called on Plymouth friends yesterday. License to marry has been granted to Otto Klopfenstein and Amelia Kettring. Mayer Allman went with his son Lewis to Chicago today...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

J c ty independents c2H IPC OMmi Vol. G. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1900. No. 21, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corntr Michigan and Jefferson streets. Night c ills answered. MONEY AT SIX! 6 TODAY IT COSTS VOU NOTHING to CALL on WRITE 6 JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. Wait until you see my agent. He will show you something entirely new. The enlargements are simply beautiful. My Medallions are as fine as can be made. M3 Photos guaranteed to be the finest in Northern Indiana. I have with me one of the best artists from Chicago. Remember I give Trading Stamps. My offer to the public is one that everybody should take advantage of. It will be to your interest to wait for agent. He will see you. Rotzien's Gallery, Opposite M. E. Church, PLYMOUTH. IND pttftmmtmmmfmtmmg; L I guarantee my work aad furnish TZZ a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. from $17 up. 3 i- My business has been 5T steadily increasing and now tt have two tailo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

THE WEEKLY IHDEPEHDEIIT. CL W. 1IETSKER, Pub. mjoA Prep. HrYM OTJTH , CURRENT TOPICS THE UNSEATING OF QU AT. Matthew S. Quay will remain an extenator. This was decided by the United States senate cn Tuesday when by a vote of thirty-three to thirty-two the report of the committee was adopted, declaring that he was- not entitled to a seat on credentials from the governor of Pennsylvania, the legislature having failed to make a choice when in session. The vote was a surprise to the country, and none was more completely surprised than members of the senate themselves. For not until the last name was called and the last vote recorded did the members know what the result would be. And the vote was a surprising one in every way. It was a tribute to the personal popularity of the Pennsylvania "boss" among his former colleagues that five Democrats voted in favor of seating him. Party lines counted for littla, thirteen Republicans, fourteen Democrats and six Populists voted against the ex-sen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

TALMAGE'S SERMON. PREACHES ON MAY CHANGES OF RESIDENCE. Timely Discourse la ThIch the Need of I'atience and Kqulpolae Is Sat Forth Muring Into the Father's llotue. Copyright, by Louis Klopsch. Text, Philippians iv., 12: "I know both how to be abased, and I know how to abound." Happy Paul! Could you really accommodate yourself to all circumstances In life? Could you go up without pride, and could you come down "Without exasperation? We are at a season of the year when vast populations in all our cities are changing residence. Having been born In a house, and having all our lives lived in a house, we do not have full appreciation of what a house is. It Is the growth of thousands of years. The human race first lived in clefts of rocks, beasts of the field moving out of the caverns to let the human race move in. The shepherds and the robbers still live In caverns of the earth. The troglodytes are a race which to this day prefer the caverns to a house. They are warm, they are large, they...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

J. HOW TIIK YOTK STOOI OX SKVKNTU IIALLOT. After seven ballots for the nomination for governor in the republican state convention yesterday the vote stood as follows: First. Second. Third. Fourth. Fifth. UriflithB 313? 337;4' 357?, 416 454 517,i Durbin 325 357 401 454?4' 53'J 700 Fosey 2543-i 252 25014' 213 194. 1521.; Ilogate . 175 157 118 13 80 Dodge 207. 1U1 18(J. 178 lß3J ßl Haggard 158 138 107 3, 3 Sixth. Seventh. Totals 1,434 Necessary to choice 1,434 1,434 1,434 1,434 1,434 1,431 ... 718 CLAY Y. METSKER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, Six Months. Three Months, cash, Per Copy, $1.50 .75 .SO .03 Entered at the post office at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, May 4. 1900. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, CLAY W. METSKER. For Treasurer. WILLIAM O'KEEFE. For Sheriff, CLINTON BON I U RANT. For Recorder, L. G. UARLEY. For Surveyor, HARRY E. (jRUBF. For Assessor, WILLIAM T. LEONARD. For Coroner, JAMES II. KIZEK. For Commission...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

Special Sale -OFFINE SHOES for 30 Days at the ü IÜ CO NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICH. Ladies Fine Drees Shoe, lace....$ 1 ,45 Ladies" Vesting Coin Toe Shoe, lace -$1.65 Ladies' S:lk Trlmmrd lieauties $2.00 All our "?3 and 63.25 grade, cut for this sale to $2.50 Children's Shoes at 25c, 35c, 50c, c, 75c and 80c. All our 2 grade in Men's Shoes reduced for this tale to 81.00; S3 grade to ?.40. A large line at SI 15. Now is the time to buy Shoes for Spring. Call and see our line whether you bay or not. YOURS FOR BUSINESS. M.RYAN. Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, May 4, 1900. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Dally. Mrs. J ohn Tavnor underwent a severe operation this morning. Bourbon has begun to talk about a Fourth of July celebration. Just received at Dial's a line line of ladies and misses' ready to wjear street hats. dlwtf Ward Logan is in Lapaz today attending the funeral of his cousin, James Baker. Mrs. Peter Heim died at her home northeast of this city shortly after 12 o'clock today. W. II. Conger m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

v v I .. r e 1 KING DONs A STCRY CF MILITARY LIFE IN HCIl ,OY A1AVOR LLW. -w , w tx n . .. CHAPTER III (Continued.) 'Tardcn n-e," said Don and now he was so thoroughly in earnest it never occurred to him the accusation misht Justly Lave been brought against him not so very long aso "I love Lillie too much to have dreamed of taking ter from luxurie3 to which she is accustomed. She loves me. and I repeat my riht to claim her." He tossed away the stump of his cigar and turned to look at his companion with haughty defiance that proud air cf majesty which had put fear and trembling into the heart or many a raw recruit. Eut Captain Dcrwent was no raw recruit, but a very veteran in affairs or lore and war. and he could afford to meet Don's calm nonchalance with an equally calm smile. "My dear chap. I'm extremely sorry; but the child is under age just yet, and as I happen to have mapped out a more brilliant career for her, I'm afraid I must emphatically veto that claim of yours." "A more br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

NOTES ON SCIENCE CURRENT NOTES OF DISCOVERY AND INVENTION. A Snrstllat for the Checkrrla on Horses A Machine for the Weavlnc of Wir fences tljthed with an Electric Skin. Clothed with an Electric Skin. Prof. Francis Gotch describes the electric fish of the Nile, of which the Egyptians made pictures thousand of years ago, and which still inhabits the waters of that river, as being provided with an electrical organ that encloses the whole body. It is situated in the kin, and when viewed with a microscope, is seen to be composed of about 2.000.000 beautifully for.aed little disks, superposed upon connected row3 of minute compartments In which are the terminals of nerves. The shock i3 produced by an intense current which traverses the entire organ from the head to the tail of the fish, returning through the surroundings. It 6tuns small fish in the neighborhood. Professor Gotch likens its action to that of a self-loading and self-discharging gun. The electromotive force of the organ in a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 4 May 1900

Over-Work Weakens Your Kidney9. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes. l he kidneys are your blood purifiers, they filter out the waste or impurities in the blood. If they are sick or out of order, they fail to do their work. Pains, aches and rheumatism come from excess of uric acid in the blood, due to neglected kidney trouble. Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats, and makes one feel as though they had heart trouble, because the heart is over-working in pumping thick, kidneypoisoned blood through veins and arteries. It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their beginning in kidney trouble. If you are sick you can maks no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect cf Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

retail CoMoty In County Library JanlW Vol. 6. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. No. 23. Ma dependent PROFESSIONAL CARDS. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corner Michigan anl .JelftTson streets. Night cills answered. MONEY AT SIX! 6 TODAY IT COSTS TOO NOTHING 6 O to CALL on WRITE JOHN C. CAPRON, Packard Blk. Until June ist You can get One Doz. Trilbys or Half Cabinets for Cents Per Dozen. ROTZIEN GALLERY. ajimmmmmmmmmitmg X 1 guarantee my work and furnish . Jtl a SPLENDID ASSORTMENT. 5 Neat and Nobby. 3 Never a better line 2 of real good ones. S Never a better line 3 of modern priced ones 3 Never a better line of low priced ones. 5 Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed. I BERGMAN 1 THE TAILOR 3 UPSTAIRS. CORBIN BLOCK. UlliiiliilUilililiiiliUlUiiliR Honestly, we are not looking for transcient customers, except to convince them that it is to their interest to trade here always. How do you feel about it? We positively welcome all reasonab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

THE WEEKLY IIIDEPEHDE11T. G. W. 1TETSKEB, Pub. axrf Prop. KA'HJUUTH, - - X27I7IA27A CURRENT TOPICS A "SMART SET" AT CAPE TOWN. Even war, it seems, has come to be regarded by the English "smart set' as a pleasant stimulus to jaded nerves and a social relaxation after a dull season. Tho speeches of Sir Alfred Milner and of Surgeon Treves as to the doings of the "smart set" at Cape Town show a natural and perhaps not unwholesome irritation with this species of English visitors. Surgeon Treves does not mince matters, but feelingly refers to "the plague of women." By this strong and uncomplimentary term the surgeon explains that he has no intention to reflect discredit upon the noble women nurses and attendants, but upon "woman idlers, tho majority of them 'society' or 'smart' people, who, yearning for new excitements, had come to South Africa to make a holiday." These people, the blunt doctor says, filled the hotels, so that a sick or wounded officer could not get accommodations; they m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

TADIAGE'S SERMON. NEW JERUSALEM. LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. Tber TT III Be No Tartlng from One Another la the Heavenly Kingdom Its Glories Surpass Human Power of Com prehension. Copyright. 1900. by Louis Klopsch.l Text, I Corinthians ii, 9. "Eye hath not seen nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart o man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him." The city of Corinth has been called "the Paris of antiquity." Indeed, for eplendor the world holds no such wonder today. It stood on an isthmus ,washed by two seas, the one sea bringing the commerce of Europe, the other sea bringing the commerce of Asia. From her wharfs, in the construction t)f which whole kingdoms had been absorbed, war galleys with three banks of oars pushed out and confounded the navy yards of all the world. Huge -handed machinery, such as modern invention cannot equal, lifted ships from the sea on one side and transported them on trucks across the isthmus and set them down in the sea on the othe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

L. .-i : m " ri 1 iM-HTUWniT'iirir-' (Cl?eI3n&epenbent CLAY V. METsKElt. EDITOR AXI) PISOriUETOK. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. One Year, Six Months, - - .75 Three Months, cash, .50 Per Copy, .03 Entered at the post oftice at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the second class. Friday, May 18. 1900. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For representative, CLAY V. METSKEK. For 1 reasurer, W1LUAM O'KKEKK. For Sheriff. CLINTON 1U )N1 l' KANT. For Keeorder. L. U. 1IAKLEY. For Surveyor. HAKKY K. CUL'I'.F. For Assessor, WILLIAM T. LKONAKD. For Coroner, JAM KS II. K1ZEK. For Commissioner, First District. IiENKY L. JAKUELL. For Commissioner. Tliird District. HENKY SNYDfcK. For Councilman at Larjje. CHRISTIAN FISH Kit. For Councilman at Lare, WALT Eli KIMI'.LE. For Councilman at Large, MAKRINA. ULAN I). For Councilman 1st District. 11KNKY MILLKK. For Councilman 'nd District. FEKKY F. SAKISEK. For Councilman 3rd District, FRED W. MONROK. For Councilman 4th Dist'ict, LEVI AKTZ. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

""" iimmTi-fc-irrrrM Special Sale OF- FINE SHOES for 30 Days at the 1 0 t NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. Ladies' Fine Dress Shoe, lace ... $ 1 .45 Ladies Vesting Coin Toe hoe, lace $1.65 Ladies' Silk Trimmed Ueauties $2.00 All our S3 and S.2ö grade, cut for this 6ale to $2.50 Children's Shoes at 23c, 3öc, 50c, Jüc, 75c and 80c. All our 82 grade in Men's Shoes reduced for this 6ale to j?l.GO; S3 grade to 82.40. A large line et 81.15. Now is the time to buy Shoes for Spring. Call and 6ee our line whether you buy or not. YOURS FOR BUSINESS. M RYAN Cf?e3nbepenbent Fiuday, May IS, WOO. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday' Dally. Miss Mary Nordyke, of Laporte, visited Mrs. Work yesterday. License to marry has been given to Meyer Parker and Debbie A. English. Mrs. Curtis returned to her home in Chicago this morning after a visit at lirightside. Miss Dougherty is improving very rapidly. She is now able to sit up for about an hour at a time. Mrs. Cyrus Ringle, of South J?end, arrived this noon for a visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

0 V v 0 xv v vv xV x 4. 4 4 4. .. 4. "Sc VAVVVVVVVlVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVlO KING DON; A STORY OF MILITARY UfE IK INDIA. XV ,BY AAAVOR ALLAN. xt ivuvvuuuuuuvuuuuuuuvuvio !i ' xV 4 4 4X v CHAPTEIl VI. (Continued.) They sat thus for a long time, speaking in broken tones of that time which had been fraught with such bitterness to both. She loved him for the perils he had pulsed through, and he loved her that shy did pity them.' '.My dearest." said Don at last, "there is cnly one thing I can ask you to do now to insure your happiness and and your safety. Give me the right at once to shield you from harm, an:! to ( are fcr you as cnly your husband tan." -You mean ? She faltered, while a faint co!or fluttered to her wan cheek. "I n:e.sn let delay, d irline:. tence far her. us be married without Don finished the sen"I cannot bear to think home to England when of your goir ; Mrs. Franklin gees, nor yet of your bein left hpre alone: and I raav have orders to leave Pimii at any moment." j "Oh. D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

FOR HOME AND WOMEN ITEMS OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. Some Notes About Apparel for Tonne and Old A Handsome White Mall Flacha for a Waist of Figured Lawn Rough Straw Llats. Willie. We Hare Missed loa. (Old Favorite Scries.) Oh. Willie, is It you. dear, fc'ufe. safe at home! They dij not tell me true. dear. Th y said you woukl not come. I heaid you at the gate. -And it made my heart rejoice: For I knew that welcome footstep And that dear, familiar voice. Making music on my ear In the lonely midnight sloom; Oh. Willie, we have mis.-nl you. Welcome, welcome home. Y Inn.sred to Fee you nightly. Hut this niprht of all: The lire was blazing brightly, And lights were in the hall; The little ones were up. Till 'twas lj o'clock and prist; Tlxn their eyes b. f,ra;i to twinkle. And they've prone to Fit ep .it last; Iiut they listr ntl for your voice. Till they thought you'd never come; Oh. Willie, we have missed you, Welcome, welcome home. The day . were sad without you. The nights lon a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent — 18 May 1900

0?e3nbepenbent Fin day, May IS, 1U0U. LOCAL BKBVITIES. From Tuesday's Daily. Trie finest specimens of horee llesh in the world aro with Robinson's shows. License to marry haa been granted to Alfred M. Laird and Maggie L. Foulk. Ed Hrooke left this morning with his family for his new home in Salt Lake City, Utah. Capt. Edwin Nicar, of South liend, has been chosen to deliver the Memorial address at Bremen this year. Delbert Gunder left this morning for Muncie with Lloyd Yockey.of Bremen, who is on his way to Bunker Hill. Xaiiella Kyser, who has been staying with B. E. Ryder and family during the winter, left this morning for Elkhart. Mrs. S. L. Shakes has made preparations to take her two children to the Paris Exposition as soon as school closes. Mrs. Waterbury arrived this morning for a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Ilesbman. of Bremen, who is now in the city. Charles Wrightsman and Godfrey Shearer went to Knox this morning on a business trip in the interest of trie Odd Fellows. ...

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