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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 2 June 1899

fT" V V X i Mi the community in wMiich the pa- dfyenoepenocnti,,, is ,,,,,, J. 1?UI uuilll ' Friday, .Jink 2, 18W. France has at last had her con science awakened. She will give Dreyfus a rew trial. A colored woman in Richmond ha; broken the record by living to K . . w o. . .whirim that she never lC til Ii -Vi V... r. worked in the family of George Washington. If the president will wait a few weeks the new crop of college graduates will furnish him all the advice needed regarding the Philip pine situation in their essays and orations. Drcvfus seems likely to get a new trial and freedom, ut there is no hope for poor Mrs. Ma brick, the persecuted woman of Americ.r, who has been in an English prison for io years on a life sentence for the al leged murder of her husband. The evidence against her was all circum stantial and weak at that. The Eng lish government positively refuse to reopen her ca-e. The recent (irand Army encamp ment held at Terre Haute adopted a resolution recommending a...

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. — 9 June 1899

. la depeedemto Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1899. No. 2C. Marshal nty PROFESSIONAL C&RDS. Dm. Horton l Asplno PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. North Michigan 5trcet. Telephone No. 2. riAMOlTII. IXI. Xifiht calls promptly rejnilel to. DR. E. O. BELL, No. 117 North riichigan St., SOUTH BEND, IND. Practice limited to Diseases of the IIYE, OAR, NOSE ami THROAT. KUtinjf Glasses Accu rately Guaranteed. E. W. Viets, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Mice at reshVnce, North Michigan street. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYnOUTH, INDIANA. Oftice over Bill it Carafoiu's store. D. C. KNOTT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, PLYMOUTH. IND. (Mice over First Nation! I'.ank. Office and residence telephone No. 1. DR. N. S. LIHDQUIST. Physician and Surgeon. Office in M.xlel ImiMini;. Tel. VA. Niht calls responded to. A. C. HOLTZENDORFR C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corner Michigan and Jott'ersou streets. Nijiht calls answered. John S. Bender, Attorney-at-Law. NOTAKY rntL...

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. — 9 June 1899

THE WEEKLY INDEPEHDEHT. C W. METSKEK, Tub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Nev.s of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happenings of Much or Little Importance from All Tarts of the Civilized World ITice of Farm Iro duce in Western Markets. Buffalo, X. Y. A fire which origi nated in the storehouse of the Totter Wall Paper company did damage to the amount of $100.000. Philadelphia, Pa. Republican pri maries in Chester county were carried by the Quay faction, but anti-Quay men were victorious in Monroe county. . Pittsburg, Pa. Dr. Robert Jennings, Jr.. a prominent veterinary surgeon, committed suicide by taking poison. Trouble with his wife caused the trag edy. Columbus, Ohio In the neighbor hood cf Ö0O physicians attended the na tional convention of the American 3IedicaI association. Lead, S. I). Because they obtained an injunction against a projected en tertainment by a ompany of women minstrels, the manager of the troupe has sued four ministers for $5...

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. — 9 June 1899

THE MIST LOVE. If my memory serves me right I had reached that stage in life when I eought anxiously in the glass for the long expected down that was to form the nucleus of a mustache that should be the envy of mankind when I decided to marry J.oll.e, the doctor's cook. Looking back it is a long way to look I am ready to admit that there were many objections to such a match. To begin with, I vas somewhat young to think of matrimony, insomuch that I had only reached the age of 15, while Mollie was six or seven years my se nior. Again, I was not In a position to support a wife, and, as I see now, my affections were inspired rather by Mol lie's excellent cheesecakes and succu lent jam rolls which invariably made me sigh for half a dozen appetites than by her buxom figure and apple like cheeks. When I informed my "chum." But ters, of my resolve, he looked at me queerly, thrust his hands in his pock ets, and said, "Oh, Lor'!" "I mean it," I said. "Well, I always thought you were a bit sw...

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. — 9 June 1899

Miraculous Benefit RECEIVED TRCM Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. ELI P. BARCOCK. of Avoca. N. Y.. a yeteran of the 3id N. Y. Artillery and for thirty years of the Iiahcook & Munsel Carriage Co., of Auburn, says: "I write to express my gratitude for the mirac lous benefit ret t'ivi d from I r. Miles' Heart Cure. I suffered for years, as result of army life, from sciatica which affected my heart In the worst form, my limbs swelled from the ankles up. I Moated until I was unable to button my cIotLins; had sharp pains about the heart, smothering spells and shortness of breath. l'r three months I was unable to lie down, and all the sleep I got was in an arm chair. I was treated by the best doctors but pradually grew worse. About a year apo I commenced taking Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure and it saved my life as if by a miracle." mml Dr. Miles' Remedies PcO f. ' 'M. n nld bv all drur-K2 k - - - ." mm m g iTilIvS gists under a positive Kv 5 guarantee, first bottle &f&II VUE&3 benefi...

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. — 9 June 1899

Binder Twine PRICES: Sisal, 8hc; Standard, She, 600 ft. Manila, 9c; Pure Manila, 9c; 3-ply Kentucky Hemp, lOHc. BUCK'S GASH THE LEADER IN 'XI?e3nbepenbent Fkiday, Jim: 3, IbW. LOCAL BREVITIES. From rvMay'" Dallv. Zehner's Silver Leaf Hour 81. SO. It's best. tf Mrs. David Trowbridge is reported quite ill. Jacob I'entschler is remodeling his place of business. Oscar Mechlin is building a new house on his farm. Miss Esther McCrory hns been down several days with fever and chilis. (irac Herry of St Joseph returned home today after visiting in this city. II. II. lionham has purchased a new team of horses which quite eclipse any thing he has driven before. Mrs. Ella Herlottof St. Louis arrived today and is visiting her sister, Mrs. Anne Schlosser, of this city. Wm. Davie, fainilarly called Hill, went to Chicago this morning in view of having a cataract removed from his eye. T.J. Winnings left today for a trip through the eas to New York City. lie is m the employ of the Standard Oil Co. Th...

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. — 9 June 1899

EARL AND COUNTESS OF WARWICK (LIMITED.) After seme experience with the en terprise of that eminent financier, Ter ah Hooley, the versatile Earl of War wick has formed himself and his countess Into a limited liability com pany. Subscriptions to the "Earl and Countess of Warwick (limited)" are Invited. The company is to be offi cially known as "The Warwick Es tates, Limited." and the ghost of the old king maker can, if it stalks about the London Stock Exchange, see whether his noble name is being quot ed at or below par. Gilbert's fantastic idea of the Duke of Plaza Tora, in the Gondoliers," has found a realization in Guy Greville. Earl of Warwick, limited. Tlia Earl and Countess have life Interests in es tates In four counties, and a lease of some Important eolleries. Their int?r ests in these estates, and also the in surances on their lives, the noble pair have placed In the hands of thrn- selves (limited). Among the people who have taken stock in the Earl and Countess (limited) are...

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. — 9 June 1899

An Income from Roses. In do country in the universe has the rose been brought so nearly to per fection as in China. Extremely mag nificent are the rose gardens of the emperor, and the revenue yearly ob tained from the sale of oil of roses and rose -water forms a very large addition to the imperial coffers. Only uembers of the imperial fami ly, nobility, military dignitaries, and a few other notabilities are allowed to have attar of roses in their dwell ings, and very severe punishments are meted out to ordinary citizens in whose possession even one drop of the precious essence is found. Originally only two kinds of roses were known in the Flowery Land the white an l the red moss roses and the smaller they were the more highly were they valued. The leaves are greatly prized as amulets. A Study In Mechanics. The Deering Ideal Mower, made in Chicago, affords an interesting study In advanced machines, and i3 a3 per fect a machine as brain, brawn and money can build. It i? furnished thro...

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. — 9 June 1899

Cf?e3nbepenbent Friday, Junk 9, l8Jii. MARKET HE PORT. Butter.... 10c Eggs 12c Chickens 'c Lard c Potatoes Flour per cwt Corn meal Hogs per hd 3.00 to 3.10 Cattle 4 Wheat ? i?ve 42 corn::::;::::: 27 to. Clover "seed 3 00to j0 Timothy seed '--JJ Millitseed f J 00 Timothy hay per ton ..00 to 8 00 Clover hay per ton V J-JS Marsh hay per ton j.uuto4.uo Straw per load 200 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES- rrom Tuday Daily. Chaa. Nynart is still quite ill. Many of the farmers have linished shearing their sheep. Yesterday, a 3irl baby as born to Mrs. Chauncey Mead. The commissioners granted eight liquor licenses yesterday. Miss Edith Iledd has regained her old position with W. W. Hill & Son. We have a special fertilizer for cucumbers. Forbes Seed Store. 2tw The top of Walter L. Main's circus tent blew off at South Hend Saturday. The front of Kuee's cigar stor? and Young's barber snop is being repainted. Ilhy Tanutr i again in the city. He attended Perdue University...

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. — 16 June 1899

County Library JanlOS Co .'odepe nit Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1899. No. 27. -1 1 1 oty ode uU cm u I 7 rV W JiM&Jili PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Dfs. Borion Ä flSDina PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. North Michigan 5treet. Telephone No. . rl.YMOlTII. 1M Xijjcht calls promptly responded to. DR. E. O. BELL, No. 117 North Hichlgan St., SOUTH BEND, IND. Practice limited to Diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT. Fitting Glasses Accu rately (7urdflfce. E. W. Viets, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. O lice at residence. Nortli Michigan street. J. H. Wilson, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. PLYTIOUTH, INDIANA. OlVtce over Ii ill & CaraWn's store. D. C. KNOTT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, PLYMOUTH. IND. Ottlee over Flist National Hank. Ofliceand residence telephone No. l. DR. N. S. LINDQUIST. Physician and Surgeon. Office in Model Imildii Tel. 120. Night calls responded o. A. C. HOLTZENDORFF. C. F. HOLTZENDORFF. Physicians and Surgeons. Corn r Michigan and Jefferson streets, calls answe...

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. — 16 June 1899

A. i THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C. W. METSKEK, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. Ill fflHI WEEK News of General Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. F.ecor.l of Happening of Much or Little Importance from All Tart of the 1 Ulli-. I World Price of farm lro duce in Western Markets. Caryon City. Colo Samuel Roberts sLot and killed his wife and her moth er, Mrs. Oeorge Iewis. and then blew out his own brains. Louisville. Ky . Dr. John P. Green, president of William Jewell college. Missouri, has declined an offer of tha presidency of the Southern Baptist seminary. -Mansfield, Texas.-J. 0. Murphree -walked into the posto.Tu-e and without warning shoi and killed Sherman Coulden. the assistant postmaster, ami wounded R. S. Goulden. the postmts ter. Murphree was arrested. Stockten, Cal. A party of twenty young persons enjoy ins a ride in a catamaran on the river were precipi tated into the water by the overturn ing of the boat. Miss Mabel Kafitz and Walter Hemleben, the engin...

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. — 16 June 1899

. . ' . T ALM AGE'S SEJIMOX. WHICH CHURCH? THE SUDJECT FOR LAST SUNDAY. From C.en. 13:8 as Follows: 'I.et There It No Strife, I lr;y Thee, ICetweeii ami Thee aud He t ween My Herds uieu uud Thy Herdsmen." (Copyright lSSt by Louis Klopsch.) Uncle and nephew, Abram and Lot, both pious, both millionaires, and with such large flocks of bleating sheep and lowing cattle that their herdsmen got into a fight, perhaps about the best pasture, or about the best water privi lege, or because the cow of one got hooked by the horns of the other. Not their poverty of opportunity, but their wealth, was the cause of the contro versy between these two men. To Abram. the glorious old M:sopotamian sheik, such controversy seemed ab surd. It was like two ships quarreling for sea room in the middle of the At lantic ocean. There was a vast reach of country, cornfields, vineyards, har vests and plenty of room in illimitable acreage. "Now," says Abram. "let us agree to differ. Here are the moun tain districts...

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. — 16 June 1899

I Ml t.t 4K4N.T.K. Krame Suffered 20 Years. 77 ; I w s s j r, s sr-r. 7 -W vere as ever in publicly criticising his enemies and the enemies of the French republic. He savs that the demonstration of last Sunday, cul minating in the attack on President Louhet is hut the ding squirm of the cheap aristocrats, the royalists, the real anarchists of France in their efforts to re-establish a monarchv. These creatures, Zola truly says, represent nothing hut had manners. MRS. MARY LEWIS, wife of a promi nent farmer, and well known by all old residents near Rtlmont, N. Y,. writes: "For twenty-seven years I had leen & constant suütrer from nervous prostra tion, and paid larjre sums of money for doc tors and advertised remedies without bene fit. Three years airo my condition was alarming; the least noise would startle and unnerve me. I was unable to sleep, had a number of sinking s-pells and slowly rrew worse. I began usin- Ir. IMiles' Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Liver Tills. At first ...

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. — 16 June 1899

B Inder Twine PRICES: Sisal, 8Hc ; Standard, 8hc ; 600 ft. Manila, 9l4c; Pure Manila, 934c; 3-ply Kentucky Hemp, 10c. BUCK'S CASH THE LEADER IN Il?e3nbepenbent Friday, Junk 10. lS'.iy. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Fiday Dallv. Zt hner's Silver Leaf Hour 81.80. It's best. tt Kd Danforth arrived today from the How Military school. Center Ptreet is being graveled in var ious spots where most needed. We have a special fertilizer for cucumbers. Forbes' Seed Store. 2tw Alvin Myers and Sheriff Marshall ac companied Kd. Harber to Longcliff to- diy. Increase your cro. s by using Pure IJone Fertilizer. Sold by I. A. Forbes. 2tw V. S. Oibbone,of Rochester, was re elected superintendent of Fulton county. Geo. Worth has bought out the Wra. Siddles' dray line in this town and will remove it to Culver. Edward A. McNeal and Trella Hoyer were allowed a license for marriage yesterday afternoon. "Save your young chix with a prompt application of Sure House Killer at Forbes' Seed Store 2tw Hen S' erman of Arg...

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. — 16 June 1899

l DICK RODNEY; 1 M C ) t m ( s I An Eton Boy..: ; ! OY jAmEs grant. ' .. CHAPTER XXVII. The Island of Alphonso. . We had some dread of savages, and being totally unarmed, we penetrated inland with more anxiety than pleas ure at first; but ere long we became convinced that the island was totally destitute of human inhabitants. Not a vestige of wigwam or hut. of road or path, not even of the smallest track or trail (save such as the wild goats made) was visible anywhere, and thus we became impressed with new emotions of wonder and awe. in tread ing a soil where man lived not where no human foot seemed to have trod and where only the hum of insect life stirred the solitude of that wild island of the South Atlantic. For a considerable distance we traversed flat ground that was covered with sedge grass, interspersed by shrubs of bright green. Beyond this level plain rose a series of ridges cov ered by trees, and those ridge3 formed the first slope of the great mountain, which was some th...

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. — 16 June 1899

MECHANISM OF WIRELESS Th aci"cm?.iny;ng illu-iraticn shov.-$ Mc .-!.. Ko:np and Hru! field operating the V.'inu rt atix enl rf the Marconi v.Irelesa telegraph system, which is r.uw in constant and perfect operation letween Wimereaux. ruar Boulogne, and South Foreland, England, a (lis- tance of thirty-two miles, across the English channel. The wire which ran Le seen as pass- Ing through the window of the office terminates at the top of a mast which Is more than 150 feet high and stands adjacent to the office. A similar mast is rigged near the office in South Fore land, and it is from the top of each of these masts that communications ra diate through the air without the fur ther aid of wires. The most astonish ing feature of this new method of telegraphy is that intervening build ings, fogs, rain, snow, hills or ships do not impede the accuracy or speed of the invisible radiations which emanate from the wire on one mast and are taken up and registered by the discon nected wire at the...

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. — 16 June 1899

(Ei?e3nbepenbent Friday, Jink 1, 18'J. MARKET REPORT. Butter Chickens Lard Potatoes Flour percwt Ccrn meal Hops per hd Cattle Wheat Rye Corn Oats Clover seed Timothy seed Milht seed Timothy hay per ton. Clover hay per ton . . . Marsh hay per ton.... Straw per load Furnished by Kd. S. 10c 12c 5c ßi.;c 3Öc 2.20 1.00 3.00 to 3.10 4.25 65 42 27 to 30 22 ".".3.00to 3 50 2.00 1.00 7.00 to 8.00 , .00 to 7.00 3.00 to 4.00 , 200 Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuefldy' Daily. Mrs. Julia Harten has gone to Kngle- wood, to spend the summer. Miss Laura Ryder returned from Elkhart last evening to spend the sum mer. J. V. DeLong and wife went to Elk hart today to attend Y. P. C. E. conven tion. Hereafter in Blackford county, no divorces will be granted until the feee are paid. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Cooper have gone to New York to visit triend and relatives. Mrs. Snyder, of Chicaco, is the guest of her sisters, Mrs. F. Nicolay and Mrs. E. Richards. A. Wilburn, of Mentone, is in the city in...

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. — 23 June 1899

Mich.; Mini ie I. Nussbaum (Mrs. Leo "ft. 11 CoMirty tadepe Vol. 5. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1899. No. 28. E iesrance and Comfort are eninodied in tin1 new line of FANCY SHIRTS just received. A handsome line of cool SUMMER StlRTS elegant patterns and not too loud for anyone. Also carry a complete line of WHITE SHIRTS.inknm dried and unlaundried, and Work Shirts. The prices range from 25c to $1.50. Closing Out: Bicycle Goods at Cost and Below. DON'T FORGET THE SUE Of CLOTHING IS NOW IN FULL BUST. " The Big Corner Store." BALL CO PLYMOUTH. 1 SHAMBAUGH. i mm of r Sim I SHAMBAUGH, f 2 THE LEADING SHOE MAN. 3 Idiuuuuuuiauiuuuuuuuuuuaan p. SHOEMAKER'S RESTAURANT can always supply you with Fresh Bread, Cakes, Pies and everything in batter goods. Our Lunch Counter is always supplied with just what you are looking for to satisfy your appetite. We serve warm meals at any time. Oysters served in any style. Special Attention given to manufacturing of fine t r ri It's...

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. — 23 June 1899

J THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. C. W. METSKEK, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - INDIANA. f i II News of Gerveral Interest Told in Paragraphs. COMPLETE NEWS SUMMARY. Record of Happening ot Much or Little Importance from All l'arts of the Civilized World rrlce of Farm Pro duce la Western Market. Guthrie, O. T. Henry Lee and fam ily or three are dead. They ate toad stools, mistaking them for mushrooms. Philadelphia, Pa The four-story "building of the Toenix Paint and Brush company was destroyed by fire. Loss, $60,000. New Orleans, La. William II. Fischer, a builder and contractor, shot his wife after brutally beating her, and then fatally wounded himself. Greensboro, X. C The Benbow house was burned. The loss to B. G. Fisher, proprietor of the hotel, is $100,000, with no insurance. Columbus. Ohio At the meeting of Ihe republican state central committee Col. Charles Dick of Akron was select ed to manage the republican campaign in Ohio. Mansfield. Ohio Ex-Secretary John Bherman is suffering from a...

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. — 23 June 1899

TT?T Tr IYTTC1 Tili T1 T RELIGION AND REFORMS ALL OVER THE WORLD. Some Frayer Topic for the Christian Kntieavor Society Hints and Sug gestion for Mate Con ven tiou lloir to Help One Another. Thy Will Be Done. Thy will be clone! O heavenly Kins, I bow my head to thy decree; Albeit my soul not yet may wing Its upward tt'ht, great cJod, to thee! Though I must still on earth abid-. To toil, and gr?an. and suffer here. To seek for peace on sorrow's tide. And meet the world's unfeeling jeer. When heaven seemed dawning on my view And I rejoiced my race was run. Thy righteous hand the blis. withdrew; And still I say. "Thy will be done!" And though the world can never more A world of sunshine be to me. Though all my fairy dreams are o'er. And Care pursues where'er I flee; Though friends I loved the dea t best. Were scattered by the storr; u .vay. And scarce a hand I warm'y pressed As fondly presses mine to-3a: . Yet must I live must live for '.hose Who mourn the shadow on n:y brow. Who feel ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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