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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 4 January 1895

- i .- X ALL ABOUT THE FARM HINTS AND SUGGESTIONS AGRICULTURISTS. FOR The United States Unable to Convert Germany to a "Wider Use of Corn Improved Varieties of Fruit To bacco as a Fertilizer Notes. Selecting Hatter Cows. Let the dairymen follow this course: 1. An A No. 1 bull. 2. Fall calves. 3. Weithin:; ami test inj. Kais; your heif ers from the best cows. 4. Contleiioss and kindness in handling; all your stock. 5 Feed calves and heifers well, but do not have them fat, and have them to calve at about two years old. Fy so do in;: he will have a herd of cattle that will be hard to beat, especially if he chooses the blacks and whites, where nearly every heifer turns out a good milker. In selection by milk signs may be in cluded: 1. The milk form, which may be described as a wedge-shape i. e.. shoulders thin, forward lgs compara tively close together, quarters without much llesh. 2. Coed, large udder. V. Large and crooked milk veins. 4. Escutcheon. 5. Openness between the spinal proce...

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. — 4 January 1895

Cl?e3nbepenbent KiittTOil at the I'lymoiitli I'i:-t otliro as sc-i-inl-a? matter. A.i:.ZI.MMKKMAN.Kiir.i: AM 1'ki -kiktok. .1. H. AST1.KY. lU siNKSS MAN.MiKK. l"li IIII'TION I'lllCK. Oiit Year Si .Month- Small rnx is report oil at Washin ton, P.C. Tin: piosiict'ts for an extra session of congress are becoming very apjiarant. Tin: siipjiression of :iinb!iii in its Avorst form at Uoly, Las leen iimugjur rateil lv (Ioverntr Matthews. Tin: president has been requested to remove John (!. Carlisle, (i rover says nothing but continues to "raw wood. Tin: production of gold for the year lbl'l, anniuntstoslT-VMiMtlie largest yearly out put in the hist ory of the world. I!i:rm:Ts from Florida show that the extreme cold weather has ruined the orange crop. The loss is estimated at 2,ooMHto boxes. following the iron clad rules of the court, and enforcing the laws as they are laid down by legislatures and con strued by the decisions and precedents of the higher courts. Tiiom: who get mad at positi...

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. — 4 January 1895

My Wife's Nerves ! Are wealr ami sh: enffera terribly from ner vousness, headache tnJ I033 of Bleep. Sucb is the testimony of many a man. The poor, tired woman is suffering from impure and im poverished blood. Her food does not digest. Bhe is livins on her nerves, because her strength U gone. Her nerve and n:u?cles Need Strengthening by the use of Hood s Sarsaparilla, -which makes pr-re, rich blood, creates an appetite, and gives tone to all organs of the body. This Is not what we pay it is what Hood's Saisa parilla does. "My wife began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla about three months ago. Sho has been In roor health for fifteen years. Hood's is doins: her pood. Her arpetite is better and she looks better, and there has been improvement in every way." J. W. KoB ER? ON, Greenfield. Tennessee. ood's Sarsa- - 17 11 Be sure to get (TUVQS HOOD'S. 5 Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner Tills, assist digestion, prevent cor.rtipatlon. Artist Has H.'s Joke. An amateur artist resnlin; in this ...

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. — 4 January 1895

Twin Lakes. Mr. McDowell, of Ohio, is visiting with Mrs. Beldon. If Perry says he can not be fooled, don't you believe it. C. M, Slayter and wife were the guests of E. S, Treese, Sunday. Twin Lakes are frozen over and the boys are enjoying skating. Casper Albert, from Elkhart, is visit ing his brother and son here. Mrs. Young, of Vanwort, Ohio, is visiting her sister, Mrs. lieldon. Mrf. Samuel Klapp is still very low with but little hopes of recovery. Elias Witwer and family of I'ly mouth, visited John Nichols, over Sun day. Lottie Agier has returned home from Chicago, where she has been visiting her brother. AVert Ueldon, of Mentone, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel lieldon. Protracted meeting continues at Twin Lake church. Tuesday evening, liev. Parber preached. Mr. Mann has returned from South "Whitley, where he has been spending a week with friends. He is now back in the school room. Our literary is progressing finely un der the leadership of Xorman Mille...

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. — 4 January 1895

(Ef?e3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA CO. EAST I'.Ol'Ml T1JAINS. 2: a. in. Daily. 5:1.' a. in. Iaily. ':." I. in. liaiiy. Ki-.Xi ix. in. Daily ext Suinlay. :4 i. m. Daily exvit Sunday. 7:&u. in. boeal freint, daily except Sunday. WKST IlOr.M) TltAIXS. r.:i2a. in. Daily. a. r.i. Daily except Sunday. 1 :.V p. in. I aily ext ent Sunday. 0:k" p. m. Daily. 7:1." p. in. Dailv. 1 :2ö 1. in. Local f resist, dailv except Sunday. J. K. HAS ES. Afrent. riviiiuuth, Ind. VAN! AI. I A LINK. SOIT1I r.Ul'M) THUNS. No. r.i C:m a. ni. r: a. in. Local freight. " M-l-V.".! a. in. " CI Z:W a. in. Through freight. oi:ru r.oi'M tkains. No. :,2 1 :'. p. in. y ii ;H i. in. Local freight. " M 1:S I. in. T. II. IIALK. Agent. Plymouth, Ind. LAKK KIIIK AND WKSTl'KN. "015TII IKilMl TKAIXS. 12:03 p. in. 1 ai!y except Sunday. 6:27 p. in. SOVTII I'.Ol'ND TIJAlNsS. 0:4S a. in. Daily except Sunday. 12:03 p. in. Local, daily except Sunday. 5:40 l. in. Daily except Sundav. I. II. Ill HUES. Agent. Plymout...

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. — 4 January 1895

14 fj V 8 n it If i t H M f! KISMET. O Iotp! Must: I wait (though the wild years art fleeting) To woo thee and win thee with riches alone? AVben we mot in tL springtime, nh! hlith was our greeting. For my Keart rose to claim thee and call thoe my own. Yet I spoke not, for Low ilare a poor suitor venture? While the throb of a heart is not s;:Ivev nor gold. 'And Cupid's new weapons are stock and debenture, And a government stamp warrants love is not cold. Yet it seemed, when we met while the woodlands were sleeping. ' As though there were more in the world than its ways; And all else might go had I ever the keep ing Of you only you tiil the last of our days. Lh, well! I must hope, kindly eyes, wan d'ring tresses! Rut the chord you have touched still must tremble in pain. While the lips that were silent my mem ory blesses. Till I meet you, and greet you, and clasp you again! Temple liar. THE FINGER OF FIRE. Imagine a mob of men ns wild as a pack of hungry wolves, whose frenzy has been ...

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. — 11 January 1895

X If y I 2 f Hl I t! I IJ I -A I ft I I! I V 3 I IJ V It III -sO' l III I ill lf' III V! fllf.flll II II III P, Vol. I. PLYMOUTH,-MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1805. No. VI. QJ J3 t3 TTv Iror eo LPays o o o o GREAT CLEARANCE A HOT FIRE. SALE M ayer man, CLOTHING, OVERCOATS. Duck Coats, Fine Trousers, Plush Caps, Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes and Rubber Goods. Trunks and Valises. N ECKWr, AR. AU kinds of Furnishings. Call on me and save money. MAYER ALLMAN. Great Barf aims IN- Chinaware -AND- Queensware. We have a great variety and a splendid assort ment in this line and are selling at exceedingly low prices. It will pay you to call and see us. Also a choice stock of Christmas Candies. Nussbaum & Mayer. A Fact which many good people overlook, or forget, in deciding where to get their EYE GLASSES and SPECTACLES, is properly fitted glasses are absolutely essential to correct the defects of the eyes. Improperly fitted glasses are most as bad as none. Did you kn...

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. — 11 January 1895

A. R. Z I AI AI E RAI A N, Publisher. PLY MO JTH. INC ANA. ÖIADE EICH IN A DAY. FABULOUS WEALTH DISCOVER ED BY CHANCE. Grim Humor of Judire Hoar A. IJ. U. Leaders Itcin Their Terms of Im prisonmentGreat Damage by Flood to Pittsburg's Coal Fleet. tticli Strike by Poor 31 i tiers. Mining circles are in a flutter of ex citement over the announcement of a rich strike made in the Lackawanna mine, situated on (Jreen Mountain, a few miles south of Deadwood. A twelve foot vein has heen uncovered, the one from which, after many assays, gives returns averaging from $1,5 0 to $3.700 per ton. The vein is well defined. The mine is owned by James Collins and Curley O'Loary. two ixmr miners, whom a chance "snot" in one moment has placed in affluence. Judge Hoar Steadily Failing. The condition of Judge Hoar, of Con cord, Mass., was reported Tuesday morn ing as being worse, and members of his family are now expecting his death at almost any hour, as ho appears to ha steadily failing. The venerable g...

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. — 11 January 1895

V T HAS boon stated, and very truthful ly, too, that women as a rule dress to please men. Certain it is that more Jf thought is given to a toilette which is to grace an assem blage at which both men and women are present than for a function which resembles an Ad- l.'l-M amless Kdcn. In so dressing women ' ;v XTTu 1 1 "--i 1 forget in striving particularly careful in the matter of detail, and, after all, it is the men who are the greatest crit ics in this line. They appreciate a pleasing ensemble, but they are likewise more than quick to note any little defect, and thereupon judge the whole, costume accordingly. In a large shop where imported cos tumes are sold the writer waited her turn to be served. While she was do ing this a young saleswoman began to dress up one of the figures used to dis play the gowns. Ina moment up rush ed the head of the department a man, let it be stated and aid he: "Miss FIVE IMAGES An investigating photographer has re cently produced a queer result with m...

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. — 11 January 1895

d?c3nbepenbent Entert-! ut th Plymouth It Ofik-t- as second class matter. A.1:.ZIMMI:i:MA.Kiiti: am li:iKu:nK. tl. 11. ASTI.KY. - - P.rsiSKss Maxa;ku. snw ini'TioN ruicK. One Year $l.r M Month 7.' Tin: Indiana legislature met in regu lar session at Indianapolis, Tuesday. A stimkk is the last resort that sliouM be adoj'teil by laboring' men lor relief. Tiik eitvof Clinton, Iowa, has ordered an expenditure of UMXK) to be given for work to the unemployed. While the individual employer may feel a sympathy for his employees, the corporations never entertain such weak emotions. Kvr.KY thing is politics now, as the different state legislatures are assem bling for the purpose of trying to do business. Tin: people's party of Chicago are contemplating the candidacy of Judge Trumball for mayor of that city at the coming spring election. Tiii:i:k is not much doubt in the minds of the people no w that hypnotism was the power used by President Cleve land to bring David Hill to his assist ance. l)...

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. — 11 January 1895

(Ef?e3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PKXXSYLVANIA CO. KAST r.OO'1 TKAIXS. 2:. is a. Hi. Daily. 5:12 a. m. Daily. fi;or. m. Daily. lrt:3T a. in. aily except Sunday. :4o p. m. Daily except Sunday. 7:33 a. in. Loea'l freight, daily except Sunday. XVKST l:Ol"M T15A1XS. r:l2a. m. Daily. 0:.va. in. Daily exct)t Sunday. 1 :.V)"p. in. 1 )aily except Sunday. fr.ic, p. in. Daily. 7:l."p. in. Daily. 1 ;." p. in. IK-al freight, dailv except Sunday. J. K. HANKS. Aiient. l'lyiuouth, Ind. VAXDAI.1A LINK. SOUTH j:ol"M TI5AIXS. No. r.i C:0(i a. in. jy 1 1 - m i a. in. Local freight. " .r3 12:."0a. 111. tl 0:xi a. in. Through freight. OKTII UOl'M) TKAINS. No..r.2 12:26p. m. oo ll;lo p. in. Loeal freight. " M ID: OS p. in. V. II. IIALK. Acent. l'lyiuouth, Ind. laki: i:i:ie and westkkx. NOISTH HOl'.M) Tit A INS. 12:03 p. m. Daily except Sunday. 6:--T p. m. SOUTH r.OUM TKAINS. r:4 a. m. Daily except Sunday. 12:' 1. in. I.oeal. daily except Sunday. 5:40 p. in. Daily except Sunday. C. U. lltUlllX A?ent. l'...

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. — 11 January 1895

RIDING THE GOAT. tL Jolly young Irishman, sancy and bold, iNamed Timniy O'Hooley, as I have been told. Concluded he could, with perfect pro f pricty, iünllst in the ranks of some secret so ciety. Bo looking around the right one to choose, That care large returns for very small dues, A lodge I'll not name, it appeared to his mind, JWas 6urely the very best one he could 1 find. Tim's petition for membership quickly was made, "And for fear that the matter might be long delayed. He 6aid, "Now, b'ys, ye must do this up qui?k. No tellin how soon I may be gettin' sick, And wantin' thiin dollars ye promise to lave To Kate an' the baby whin I'm in me grave." He was told to appear the next meeting night. And the matter would be attended to right. Now, the "boys" of that lodge were full of their tricks. And to get Irish Tim in a tcrribe fix. Concluded to add, by the way of variety, Something now to the ritual of their so ciety. To the meeting Tim came, all dressed in his best. And anxious to t...

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. — 11 January 1895

Rheumatic Pains Kcturn when the colier weather comes. They are caused by lacVc acid in the blood, which frequently settles in the joints. This poisonous taint must le removed. Hood's Mood's ssa- .1 -äy parilla Sarsaparille conquers y t l! TJC2 rheumatism because L v it drives out of the blood every form of impurity. It makes pure, rich blood. " 1 suffered with rheumatism in my left foot. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla and the pain is all gene." Miss 11. R. Blake, ilills IIcusc, Charleston, S. C. Hood's Pills prevent consipatlon. Cling to Nature's lSrstorativce. "Women cannot be too cautious In the use of face lotions or powders. Ileceut chemical analyses of hair dyes and cos metics show an appalling lack of con science in their ingredients. Out of many samples examined at official lab oratories not one was free from lead. Of thirteen samples of face lotions ten were found to contain corrosive sub limate. Harmless lotions wore merely scap, borax, citic acid, calomel, alcohol, and water. ...

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. — 11 January 1895

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS FOR THE WEEK ENDING DEC. 31, 1894, TO JAN. 5, 189S, AS FURNISHED BY CRE5SNER & COMPANY, ABSTRACTORS OF TITLES. Owner- of the only Abstract ISooks in the county. Abstracts of Title to all prop erty in Marshall county compiled accurately anil promptly. Jahne Johnson and wife warranty deed to Ellis Strosnider, 40 acres in Tip pecanoe township. Dec. 27, 1S01; $1,200. Ellis Stronider warraity deed to Lu cinda J. Johnson, 40 acres in Tippeca noe township Dec. 27, lb'Ji; $1,200. Aaron Butts warranty deed to Jas. G. Foreman, 20 acres in West townsh p Dec. 20, 181)1; 8rt00. Alfred Allen and Wife warranty deed to AV. E. Hand, 521-100 acres in Union township, Dec. 10, lS'Jl; 873. Moses Uoylan and wife quit claim deed to David Beltz, GO acres in Bour bon township, Dec. 21, lb'Jl; $1. Edward Gunn et al Sheriffs deed to AVm. Smieding, land in "West township, Dec. 21, 1891; 81,000. Nellie J. Morgan and husband war ranty deed to Agnes II. Gregory, 80 acres in Green townshi...

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. — 18 January 1895

r Vol. 1. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY IS, 18):. MSSc 1 If liFlFlMPPPir if WHAT YOU CAN GET AT flayer AHmniae s u THIS A $ KM Overcoat at 12.50 Suit at 1.75 Duck Coat at 2.IX) " " at " .73 Jersey Shirt at CO Neckties 25 Cents worth 35 Cents. Mufflers 25 Cents. Plush Caps and Hats. All Kinds of o u o THIS IS Try us and save money. MAYER Oreat Barf aims IN Chinaware AND Queensware We have : c.i.' cc.ricty and a splendid assort ment in this "11 are selling at exceedingly low prices. It win pay you to call and see us. Also a choice stock of Christmas Candies. A Fact which many good people overlook, or forget, in deciding where to get their EYE GLASSES and SPECTACLES, is properly fitted glasses are absolutely essential to correct the defects of the eyes. Improperly fitted glasses are most as bad as none. Did yon know that J. R. LO has made glass fitting a study for sever al years and has purchased one of the finest Optical and Testing Cases and Lenses made ? He is ...

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. — 18 January 1895

(Lf?eOntcpenöcnt A. R. ZIMMERMAN, Publisher. j PLYMOUTH. - - INC4NJ. SCOßES AEE DISOWNED TERRIBLE COLLIERY DISASTER IN ENGLAND. lilts Lake Mine Flooded from an Old Working and Nearly 100 Men and lioyn Imprisoned by the Watcr W'ork of Kcecue Delayed. Trapped in the Mine. At noon Tuesday the water was rising in the Diglake colliery at Ilanley, T'n- glaud, whore iX) or UK) men were entomb ed. It is feared that most of them have been drowned. The colliery was flood -d while about 210 miners were at work. The water en me from a part of the mint.' which had been closed for some time. Jt swept through the workings with tremen dous force, carrying with it tin. bens, ears and tools. The men nearest the shafts were rescued and others tied to remote workings, where they would be above tht level of the Üootl, although cut off frui the shafts. The sorrow-stricken wives, daughters and other relatives of the im prisoned miners gathered around the pit head and patiently faced the bitterly cold wind...

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. — 18 January 1895

MATTHEWS' MESSAGE. MANY IMPORTANT SUBJECTS VIGOROUSLY DISCUSSED. The Governor Tell the Legislature of CcnJltioua in the State The .Militia Complimented for Their Cnnriurt Oaring the Strikes ISoby Dtnounted-Matf Iu Btltutioii Finances, Hit. Ciovernor I'ead 11 in Message (low Matthews appeared lttrt a joint con Mention of tlte two (ranches; of the Lenblature at H:.;o nVU'k Ftiday moriiin and ielhered his Mcnnfrl message t tlio loiy in ieron. thus departing from the usual custom', which lias leen for tli executive's private secretary to read the document. Uent leinen of the Senate and House of Kepre sentativis: Once anaiJi you are assemMed. the chosen representatives" of an intelligent and progressive iH'ople. to consider the measures winch concern and may promote the general welfare of the eo- !Io. and enact such l:iws as may advance the iu erests of vour State. I trtM you mav realize to the fullest extent the prave reiunililit!e which ret iijmmi you. Our legislature have dene much in...

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. — 18 January 1895

Cf?e3nbepenbent Kntril at th Plymouth Pot Ofliw as Mri:l rias matter. A.i:.ZI.MMi:i:.MAN.Kini: am. Pi:oii:iktk. sr i5 kii'tion im:i i:. On. Year Six Month Anotiikk bond issue will soon be mi tap. ' In Colorado the legislature has three J women representatives. Now look out. j Tm: blacklisting scheme is receiving the attention of the Wisconsin legisla ture. YYk predict that the free coinage of silver will be an assured fact before 1SW. liKCU'i'osiTY between Canada and the United States has been ratified upon a few articles. What about that large surplus eon lined in the national treasury we heard so much about. Let's see about three years ago. Sknatok (ion.MAX in a speech before the senate Monday, said that the pres ent tariff law was plunging this country intobankrupey. It i acknowledged by our present political leadersthat the silver men have the advantage, and unless they secure proper recognition, nothing will be done in regard to financial legislation. In ins message before the ...

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. — 18 January 1895

(Ef?e3nbepenbent LOCAL TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA CO. EAST I-.OI NI TKAIX. Iaily. Dal Iv. Daily. Daily except Sunday. Dailv except Sunday. Local freight, daily except Sunday. WKST r.Ol'M TKAIXS. ' Daily. Dailv except Sunday. Daily except Sunday. Dailv. Daily. Ical freight, dailv except Sunday. J. E. HaSES. Ajrent. riymouth, Ind. i .M a. in. S:12a. III. 6; 05 1. Hi 10:35 a. III. y 40 p. III. 7 3ö a. in. ,r 12 a. m. 9-55 a. in. J 55 p. 111. f.. 051. ! 7:15 j. m. 3 :25.l. ill. VAN DA I.IA LIN J-:. SOUTH r.ilM) TKAINS. No. r.t fi: a. in. " 50 10:00 a. in. Loral freight. " 53 12:50 p. 111. rl 5:UJ a. in. Through freight. NOKTH P.OVM TKAINS. No. 5212:26 p. 111. ll;lo p. in. Local freight. 54-10:08 p. 111. F. IS. HALE. Agent. l'lyniouth, Ind. I.AKK ElilE AND WESTERN'. OKTII IlOl'NI TKAINS. 12.03 p. m. Daily except Sunday. f:27p. m. SOUTH l;OUNI TKAINS. 9:4S a. nv Daily except Sunday. 32:03 p. in. Local, daily excejt Sunday. 5 :40 n. in. 1 )aily exrent Sunday. C. K. HUUHES. Apent, Plymouth, ...

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. — 18 January 1895

? t ; r. u 'A i OVER THE HILLS AND FAR AWAY. Over the hills and far away! 'A little boy steals for his morning play, 'And under the blossoming apple tree .lie lies and he dreams of things to be; Of battles fought and of victories won, Of wrongs o'erthrown and of great deeds done. Of the valor that he shall prove 6ome day Over the hills and far away Over the hills and far away! Over the hills and far a way. It's oh for the toil the livelong day! But it mattere tli not to the soul aflame With the love for riches and power and fame! On, O man! while the sun is high On to the certain joys that lie Yonder where blazeth the noon of day, Over the hills and far away Over the hills and far away! Over the hills and far away. An old man lingers at close of day; Now that his journey is almost done, His battle fought and his victories won, The old-time honesty and truth, The trustfulness and the friends of youth, Home and mother where are they?' Over the hills and far away Over the years, and fa...

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