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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

(Tl?e3nbepenbent ati'KDAY, Maim ii 21, IbW. A DISAGKKKABLK CONCLUSION. 14 ()ll I V'J Montague Seamswle Swell anair. old man, isn't it? We're part of the 4,4U(J" to-night. Harry Keeii (with gloomy convic tion) Yes; and a necessary part, too. Seamside How's that? Keed The two ciphers. Lippiii cott's Magrazine. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Wednesday's Daily. F. M. Orr went to South l.end today. This is pay day at the bicycle works. Mrs. Peterson is very sirk with la grippe. I . .1. lnings went to Marmont yes- j terday. Dr. Viets returned from Bourbon this morning. W. C. Lichner, of In wood, was in the city today. (ieo. Kngel, of Argos, was on our streets today. Will O'Keefe has been very sick but is better today. Hubert Ingersull will lecture in Mich igan City next month. W. II. Olson lias resigned his position at the bicycle factory. Win. C. Jordon and wife, of Walnut, was in our city yesterday. Hradly South worth made a business trip to Ke wanna yesterday. Miss Hose Smith gave each one of h...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

THINGS BEING EVENED UP. I sti ,i.-v:i oy the brooklet side; Tins :m"en was bright. I stols .-. (".ozrii kisses there, That blissful night. I u'.f a march on other mc:i; I kr.e'v ray par:. I was o good at stvabng lh.it I s:'.e her heart. Now v (. are happy man an.l wife. Why re:n it s:r:ii:;v If, when I'm fas: asleep in beJ, She steals my change'; Yonkcr? Statesman. "JUNITA." 'Well, what is if:" "Lady to sco you, sir. "Ity aj pointmentY" "No. si., hut very important-, she says." "Very .sorry. Too busy ask her to write." Frank Ilayler botinee! n'.vay from the telephone ami Huns himself into his chair, muttering maleilietions on the heads of all ladies or otherwise who would. i:isN; upon calling or worrying the life vat of a busy editor, on what they Mere pleased to term important business. That was the third time during the morning that he had boon runs up n Home utterly frivolous pretext, and he was angry. Hut his a user was intensi fied as the ;eIcphoue bell began to ring again, lie...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

si. rot: .i. c. lll.Al Kill I'.N, toi DEAR MKS. PIXKIIAM : 44 1 cannot bein to tell you what your remedies have done forme. I suffered for years with falling and neuralgia cf the wornh, kidney trouble and Jcucorrhoea in its worst form. There were times that I eould not stand, was bkIc all over and in despair. I had not known a real well day for IT. years. I knew' I mu t do tomv thing1 at once. I had tried physicians without receiving- any lasting bene tit. I beyan the use of Lydia K. I'inUham's eye table Compound. 'Xia'-Si -V II aiMv'T) uvv i 1 nae uscii v ihh- increased -." lbs. 1 every one to whom and what 1 own 1 my recovery, and there are 1." of my friends rff taking the Comp mnd after seeing what yj it lias done lor üh-. Oh. if 1 hail known f it sooner, and Kurd nil these years of misery. I can recommend it to every woman." Katk Yod;-:::, 403 W. Ith .St., Cincin nati. (). Should advice be required, write to Mrs. Pinkln in, at Lynn, M;:ss.. who has the utter contidence of all in...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 21 March 1896

w.JgLti- - tat. .... If j. 'Yf , .r..(r I Di.tt. laur. A reut, Ft. AVayne, Lud. I.APAZ. March IS ISW. Misses Oeorgia and Mattie Lineback entertained a Leap Year party at their heme Friday night, about eighteen cou ples enjoyed themselves until midnight. Two or three of our young ladies were too shy to invite a beau.but they will no doubt get well over it before the year is out. The young men enjoyed be ing waited upon, and wish Leap Year would come ot'tener. Mr. Wolf, of Chicago, has been in our vicinity buying cattle for shipment. We rather think it would have been bet ter before the new creamery made its appearence. Hartley Martin and IJertha iluss were married at the bride's home, Sunday afternoon by Ilev. Feter. The con tracting parties are both prominent young people in this community, and many friends wish them a long and happy life. Master Thompson Myers is nursing a sore throat this week. Dr. C. F. IloltzendorlT was at Mish awaka Monday attending the fuueral of his Fncle, Fr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

rary deoee emnm Vol.. II. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, NYKDNKSDAY, MAKC1I 25, 1890 tfo. 39. Vi M l V rV T I i 2 IIPVV r Uli 1 A 1 L hiVM ui ; THE STARR AGGREGATION GONE TO ANOTHER FIELD Al'lrr t Wrrk' lerfonuaii-- of lei;;ht-of Hand Work. Mind Keeling I'rodiu t ion ami a Touth of Clairvovunt Inhi bition. tjriH Left Today for Hra . For the past week the opera house has been utilized by a I'rof. Starr and familv, who were announced by bills and newspaper comments as a company who were exposing spiritualism and showing up to the public how mediums got m their work by deluding the pub lic. The professor's tirst appearance was on Sunday night, when by paying a small contribution the public could listen for an hour to Iiis own exaltation. Jte told the audience that evening that they should not believe in such things as "spirits from the other world visiting this sphere," as it is all a hoax, and that he was going around the country exposing the way it was done. He also impressed up...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

INDIANA INCIDENTS. HOLY WAR DECLARED SENATE AND HOUSE.' RECORD OF EVENTS OF THE PAST WEEK. DERVISHES CALLED TO ARMS AGAINST EGYPT. WORK OF OUR NATIONAL LAW MAKERS. PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. (Cfye3nbopcnEent ZIMMEKMAM t SMITH, Publisher and Prop -ie'.or3 (V tnY ' 9 -& THE ARMY IN REVOLT. SERIOUS SPLIT IN CHICAGO SALVATIONIST RANKS. Commissioner Uva Kontli Fail to If e fctore Harmony lJallinston llooth Has Many Friend Changes the Name of His Army. Kef it hc to Follow Kva. Fifty members of tin Salvation army at Chicago proclaimed Sunday at Prin cess Killli their desertion of the olil or ganization. At the ;.l'tTttooii meeting, in stead of marching to the platform and taking scats behind Commissioners Eva llooth and John A. ( 'a rlctoii. tin y smooth ed out the little white bows they had pinned on the lapels of their coats as the badge of rebellion and seated themselves with the general audience. The lassies tili wore their blue uniforms and p ke bonnets, hut the seceding men appeared in p...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

IN THE CASE OF YVAft. Troops available in VARIOUS STATES. THE Investigation of the Organized Militia of the United States Shows There Are 0,407,004 Soldier Availublo Yhcn Needed. Uncle Sam Counts Warrior. According to a report on the organized militia of the United States, which has just been prepared by the War Depart ment, the United Stotis, in rase of need, van put V),4u7,091 men in the field. Copies of the publieation are as scarce as the pro verbial heu'a teeth. The public printer lias furnished the War Department with only half a dozen copies, and these have been given to the President, the Secretary of War, the Assistant Secretary of War -nnd the general commanding the army. At the close of the year P05 every State and territory, with the exception of Jiidian territory and Alaska, had an or ganized national guard. The total force of the militia number ll.'.MD, of which 1'-,00J composed the infantry arm, 5,-15 the cavalry, r,-Ü7 the artillery, 010 special corps and 1,413 gener...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

(EIje3nbepenbent ZLHMERMAS & SMITH, Propr'a. A. D. SMITH. General Manager. Office. Corner Qarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. SUBSCRIPTION ritlCK. One Year. Six Months. One Year, cash. Six Months, cash. Three Months, cash. Per Copy, $1.50 .75 1.0 .0 .04 Entered at the post office at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of the seeoud das. Tiik mayors in this section of the state seem to be "in it" this year. Mayor Van Donsen, of Michigan City, was chosen as a delegate to the national convention. A MODKKN MIKAC1.K. What was accidentally discovered by l'rof. Roentgen a few weeks ago is rapidly being wrought into a Ninteenth century miracle. Kdison, the great wizard of the age, and in a sense the great wizard of all ages, is penetrating farther and farther into what has hitherto been an im penetrable realm. The announcement that the wizard has perfected apparatus by which the whole internal organism of man may be viewed with the same ease with which doctors have hereto fore been able...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

There Will Be a Special Sale of Men's and Hoys' Suits at THE MODEL, During the Month of MARCH. ÜKT PRICES DURING THIS GREXT SLE. v A ' 1Z . 1 ' vr ; KvtT tiling ll tritl lor c;li. : w ! nt want oii to ja the IM- mMiiuumI l tlnv w Im tlo a -reiht iuiiiesN. Wli-!i you traie with yon r'-Hw in r tiirn ..fie;iniii.lrei i'eiits fur 'Vry ttll;ir intiiin-.; in !:.! i!cttv i:'t'Cttllli. RYAN & JOSEPH, Proprietors nt Tlu I'hiimulli. Iml. dl?c3nbepcnbcnt Wr.l)NFIAY, M aim ii -'.", ls'J. A ItlKMNQ SUA ME. He T see it says Miss Astorbilt wore a iecc of hu-e that was 200 years old. She Two Ii und red years old! Well, think of.it now. and them with all that monev! Truth. LOCAL JJliEVlTIKS. From Saturday's Dally. F. II. Mow, of Culver City, was in the city today. 15. F. llyder spent a couple of days in Chicago. Jerome Hall returned today from Chicago. L. H. Vanseolac was a Cremen vis itor yesterday. Harry Corinican, of Argos, was in the city today. Otto Lang returned home to Mish awaka yesterda...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

WITH HER HAND IN MINE. (With her hand in ana- I begged for a kiss .lust it single oa-' but ob? shook lier head. ; ßhe couldn't-allow 'he "weted bliss, She didn't believe in kissing, she said, Aiid she'd but m.v 'ars if I gave any sign jOC oicing my w'-a vita her bauds iu mint-. f?Vilh her hands in ui'.n I plead and plead, Hut she wonldn '!. i"! ut, it was all iu vain. ETh-n I slowly sbiop,d t her lips so rod And 1 kissed in over and over again. (For we Kith ol tu Lu-mv, Hud we didn't repine, fXhftt the threat went fir naught with her hands in mine St. iV.uis (Sluhe Democrat. A QUEER LIBEL CASE. "Now let tis go one stop at i time," nid the solicitor ' You want to pro ceed h gainst Mi Sveudeleri for libel, X mutersland?" "Vrs, I do. suul I'm sure I shall get fteavy damages,'' answered Mr. Hedge hog. "His libels are of th'j grossest fu.st wait, now." put. in the .solici tor. 'Those." and ho held up a mini-t-r of postcards and tetters, "are the lit Is .von complain of?" "Yes, they are. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

Sweden's Fire Iassies. The little town of Nasso, in Sweden, has a feminine department. 150 strong. In its tire brigade. The water works of the village consist simply of four great tubs, and it is the duty of ihe women "tiremeu" to keep these full in ease of fire. They stand in two continuous lines from the tubs to the lake, about three blocks away, one line passing the full buckets and tlie other sending them bark. WHAT HEADACHE IS. The Danger Signal that Nature Gives to Women. It Signifies That Serious Female Troubls Is Imminent. Most female diseases manifest their presence by a headache. When a dull heavy ache in the head Is accompanied by disordered stomach, bnd taste in tho mouth, dull in back and tude, nervous- eyes, pains groins, lassi tiess, desoon dency and ir regularity. It is time to locate the trouble and remove it. YVe w ill tell you right now that the Kymptoms indicate posi tively that serious womb trouble is imminent Don't let this fearful disease get you in its power....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 25 March 1896

THE COLUMBIA CALENDAR. A Highly Artistic Production Tor 1 - Itright Thought by Columbia Ki llers xnti Mut-h lrful 1 iiformatioii. The Columbia Pad Calender for lb'. has made its appearance, representing the eleventh annual issue, and handy and convenient as it has been hereto fore, the new issue certainly surpasses any of its predecessors. The cycling fraternity, to say nothing of the general public, has acquired a decidedly friend ly feeling for the Columbia Calendar, and its annual advent is looked forward to with interest and pleasure. The new Calendar contains a much better ar- rangement than in previous years, more space having been allowed for mem oranda, while a greater charm has been added by liberal illustrations and a un ique and convenient grouping of dates, calculated to meet the hurried needs of business men. All these however mer ely form a setting for the bright and sparkling thoughts contributed by Col -umia riders everywhere; for such a host of friends has the Calen...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

J epeedeet emu Vol. II. PLYMOITII, MAHSIIALL COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, MAUCII 28, 18 No. 40. HIS MIND UNBALANCED. A Man h Hi- Nuiiif r Ioim :n. .np url To lie from South liit If . Sl Hi I ted uii Ii I--. Thursday afternoon a man giving his name as F. .1. Donecun, of South Whitley, was on our streets, and to all appearances was mentally sound until he would commence to talk. Last night he put up at the Pittsburgh hotel and, shortly after going to bed, set lire to the clothing". It is said that when spoken to about the matter, he claimed to he sick und batl lit a match, putting it under his pillow. It was a short time until the people about the house discovered the tire by smelling burning cloth. Done can's hands and body were terribly burned, large blisters being found where the llames had come in contact with his tlesh. An officer was culled in aud the man taken to jail, alter receiv ing medical assistance. Donecan claims to be an old soldier and served in the war with the Penn syl...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

r THE INDEPENDENT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. GAUGE THE UXKXOWN PITTSBURG MAN INVENTS A NOVEL APPARATUS. Fays lie Can Measure the Catliodc Kajs-British Activity in Bjrypt Alarms the Porte r.lephant "Km lrcss" Kills Her Keeper at Chicago Meter for the Roentgen Rays. Prof. I:. A. Fesscnden, of tin- Western University, Pittsburg, who lias l-n working in conjunction with 1 'rot". Janus Kcehr in iLi.ikäiiiT developments with X rays, has in vented a meter whereby they can l.e measured. Tlie invention will as sist greatly in studying the effort of the new discovery. The meter is a very sim ple arrangement. Tw.t wires are placed half an inch apart in a tube which is lillcil with para Ihne. The wires are con peeted with a volt meter that has been vharged v.'th c'.ivlri.-liy. Paraliine being a non-conductor. t'.;e electricity is dis charged a-ul the volt itirter registers the amount of electricity passing. No unit has yet hern adopted for the X rays, but it is probable that one soon will be. TURKEY I...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

MY PLA YIYiATtS. The wind comes whispering to mo of the cor. n try green and coo! Of redwing blackbirds chattering beside n reedy pool; It brings me soothing fancies of the home stead on the hill. And I hear the thrush's evening son j and the roLi:i's morning trill; So I fall to thinkit'g tenderly of those I used to know Where the sassafras and snakeroot and ci.eckerberries grow. Whit has become of Fzra Marsh who lived on linker's hill? And That's become f Noble Pratt whose father kept the mill? And -That's heroine of Lizzie Crum and Anastasia Sue!!. And of Iloxie Hoot, woo 'tended school in Boston for a spell? They were the boys and they the girls who shared my youthful play They do not answer to my call! My play mates whore are they? What has become of Levi and his little brother Joe Who lived next door to where we lived some forty years ago? I'd like to see the Newton I oy and Quiacy Adams Rmwn. And Ilepsy Hall and Ella Cowles who spelled the whole school down! And CJracie Smith,...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

Cf?e3nbepcnbcnt ZIMMERMAS A SMITH, Propr's. A. D. SMITH. Oeneral Manager. Office, Corner Qarro and Michigan Streets. Telephone, 84. SI'BSC IUPTIOV I'KK'E. line Year. Six Months. One Year, cash. Six Months, cash. Three Months, cash. Per Copy, $!..V .75 l.ou .m Kutered at the post oftice at Plymouth. Indiana, as matter of the second class. I). K. Snyder and family. Plymouth. ToüvaMi. Parks, ('lunette. Ice Linn, riymouth. Mike l.inn. Piymouth. The burial of Dr. T. T. Linn took place Thursday afternoon. The pro cession left the house at 1:30 o'clock for the I'resbyte-ian church, Kev. IJreckingritlge conducting the services, taking his text from 1 Corinthians 3:21-22: "All things are yours whether life or death." After a brief discourse on this text the congregation was allowed to view the remains, after which they were taken to the Odd Fellows' cemetery for interment. Obituary. Dr. Timothy Thompson Linn was born in Washington county, Kentucky, October 31, 1831; died in liourbon, Ind. Ma...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

k 1 CI?c3nbepcnbcnt vti i:iav, Maucii 2s. lVJi. "I'm jlad, Mr. (oodmui. that you are lo put my skates on to-day, rather than that Mr. Soaker. He don't know the tust tliiu about skatrs ' (i.Hnl'iun (facetiously) You sur prise me. Miss N'assar. I thought he was an atlt'pt at jjettiu on skates. Brooklyn Life. LOCAL IMIKYITIKS. From Wednesday's Daily. Miss l.ottye Leonard is on the sick list. Mrs. O. II. Forter is reported no bet ter. Henry Speyer, of Marmont, is in the it y today. .las. Wilson, of Hibbard, was in our city today. Uichard Curtis was m the city today on business. T. J. Willings went to Columbia City this morning. .Jno. Parks made a business trip to ltourbon today. Jno llentschler living on Miner street was very sick last night. Wm. Kvans, of Ft. Wayne, transacted business in this city yesterday. J. S. llender made a llying trip to Hamlet today on legal business. Mrs. Dr. Knott has been very ill for several days past, but is improving. A party of hunters went to the Kankak...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

- :' . Y Ay. Her Master Flowers. All hoi lovers viel in choosing Hoses, pa nsi's. iiiinoiict te, Lilies f;tir. with names confi-shis. Ja min-, orchitis -rarer yet. 1'loners fiat cost no cml f uioiioy. Well, wliy not? L?f' gave Its host; IN-aaty .vmtli. It was not funny I'iowcis sli.uilil follow with tin lost. C'o'il'l her swains h.iv- viewci! the bcquc-l t f their wild expenditure. Tltey wool. I surely swear its equal Never yet 'li.l men einlure. For. quite sc.irnin:; their ovation. She, wit!) si'liin l:-s forlorn. Mdiy kissed a crushed carnation Penniless yniin; Jack had worn! -M.nl-iiiie I.r:l4-s. Paster Hell. k !-li of K;ist-r mori.iii. What seeks your iuviveiily tone! 1 1-i -if ilioii f r m heaven's rejou-ui' ten si-iit ti tie" alone? Co soinul your news to d'!:i'! s Who joyous wi!l receive; ' har your mighty message, IJat. 1 will riot helieve. Vet yo'i reeall my 1 ovhooil The kiss of heavenly love "That I'iroii-li ihe Sabbath stithies IlriM.h.-ii 'rouiel me from aboe. That sons...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

J His Version of t Jio Daniel Stcry. "What did vow learn at Sunday pchool, Harry?" said his mother, after Li? first visit to that institution. "Noth ing." "What did tho teacher talk xihomr "Only ti::it tkcy iut dande lions in tho lion's den. ami he wouldn't eat 'em." "aviiat headache is. " Tho Danger Signal that Nature Gives to Woien. It SigniScs That Serious Female Trouble Is Iniir.inent. Most female diseases ma ni Test their presence by a headache. When a, dull heavy ache in the head is accompanied "by disordered stomach, b.-al taste in tho mouth, dull eyes, pains v n hack and proir.P, laesi )) t;:de, nervo;:s- tiess, derpon (' ., deney and ir ) in ba It is time to locate the trouble and remove it. We will tell you right r.e.vr that the tymptoais indicate posi- 1 V 1 V7 i Ii I t V A Iii W foriou-i womb trouble is imminent. Don't let this fearful disease pet you in its power. If you are uncertain, write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., jrivirifr full symptoms. Your letter will be r...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-weekly independent. — 28 March 1896

niiiiir mein, mi .V-m to S"..Kt. Uentim; a LA PAZ. The executive committee of North Township Sunday-school Association will meet at Trustee Sherland's otlice Friday. Thursday, April lfith, the Sunday school convention will be held at the new church at the county line. Miss Emma Koontz, of Uremen, was the guest of Landlord Unigh while waiting between trains. F. V. Hansbottom has a car of stone ware here for our stores. Mrs. Fuller and Miss Kose were at Plymouth Tuesday on a shopping ex pedition. A Mrs. Davis, of Crand Kapids, Mich., was in our city Monday looking for a runaway hubby. She returned empty-handed. She is related to A. II. Miller, of this place, and while here called on him. This caused our sensa tional prevaricator to start the report that she was Mr. Millers tirst wife and was here to raise a row. Of course such a report would necessarily cause many wild rumors on first thought. We had a drunken man in town Monday playing "Wildwest." lie only had a light with the town p...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Independent
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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