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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County independent. — 19 August 1898

HISTORY OF Impo rtant Events Reviewed and Condensed Into Reliable Form for Our Readers. "Wednesday. An J. 10. Ordor? w?:? issued for the troops to leave Chickanuiuga. Tampa and Manas Baa camp?, ikw camps to established at Lexington. K. Knoxviile, Tenn.. Huntsvillo. Ala., and M:.1dkton. Pa. Th-? Fifth Illinois was ordered to dis.-mbatk from the transport Ohdam and to SO into camp ai Ntwport New?, this being tho second time the regiment has been disap pointed when on the eve of departure for Porto Rico. The war department an" nou need the schedule of tariff duties to be enforced in Cuba ami other places now tmder military government of the United States. den. Merriam received orders to prepare t embark all the troop under hl3 orders to reinforce Gen. Merritt at A WO UND KD CAVALRYMAN. (From a Photo.) Mr.rüla. J is said. too. In Washington, that lt'-xj additional troops would also be fert i:i view of the possibility of trou ble with As'iinaldo. An order was issued in Waahh'.uton creati...

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. — 19 August 1898

f?c 3 nbcpenbent Fkiday, Auii'ST 19, 18fJ8. MARKET REPORT. liutter ... Kggs Chickens. Lam Potatoes. lie 11c c iC 30c Flour perewt 2.40 to 2.b0 Corn meal 1.00 Hocrs Der hd 4.00 Cattle Wheat 1?YP 3 Corn 2 Oats 20 (Mover seed 2." Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 1.00 Timothy hay per ton COO to 7.00 Clover hay per ton COO to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton a.uo to 4.w Straw ner load 2 00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES- From Tuesday's Dally. Mrs. Kate Peer bower is conGned with rheumatism. Union Mills will erect an 88,500 school building. Acton Machlin has just returned from a trip to California. Most of the teachers of Polk town ship are attending the institute. Melvin Fitzgerald, of Teegarden is recovering from a 6erious illness. F. M. McCrory is spending several weeks in Nebraska and the west. The Wesleyan Methodist church will open camp meeting at Fairmount next Thursday. Feter Sarber, who lives northwest of this city, departed for Portland, Ore gon, today. Dan Norton, who ...

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. — 26 August 1898

County Library Janl 9Ö Marsh 11 Com tadepeedemi 4-, cm Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1898. No. 37. ty (Ol Rig: ht is a good time to look at our new and - elegant line of SKIRTS. The separate Skirt Department is fast be coming the stronghold in the house. And rightly so, because the garments made at the present time are positively unexcelled in Fit, Workmanship and Price. The fall styles, comprising fabrics, are ready for inspection. Especially strong in plain and figured blacks. Prices range from 92c to $7.50. Also carry an immense v..j . Satinets, Silkettes, Moreens, Clothing Department. Displaying the most complete line of Men's, Roys' and Children's Pants ever before shown. The finest and most sensible assortment of styles on the market, em bracing the latest colorings and weaves. Every pair graceful, shapely and well made and at prices that will discount all 4 TRY US Ball PLYMOUTH, IND. IT SOLI) FOR $:.:00. THE BICYCLE FACTORY BOUGHT BY SHELBY CY...

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. — 26 August 1898

Then and Now. Mr. Zangwill tells me. writes a cor respondent of the Westminster Bud ,get, that many years ago, when an ob ccure lad. teaching in a Jewish school in London, he sent a short poem to one of the best known of the American monthly magazines. The poem came tack with the first mail. But Mr. Zang will kept it by him, and quite recently he sent it on again to the same maga zine. This time, immediately on its receipt, he received a cable from the proprietors of the magazine offering to buy the "world's rights,'' and almost immediately they issued a huge poster intimating that their next issue would contain a poem by I. Zangwill. The poem was the same poem, word for word; but in the interim Mr. Zangwill had achieved fame, and his signature was worth money. Good Kxcuse. A western teacher in a town In which the women have the right of suffrage, received the following note accounting for the absence of one of her pupils on election day: "D?re Teacher Please be so kind as to ex cus...

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. — 26 August 1898

FOUR PERSONS KILLED. T".tl Kcar-Kiid Collision on a Mm c!iaett9 Railroad. In a rear-end collision at Sharon sta tion, a summer resort, twenty miles f Koston, on the Providence divi sion of the Ne'.v York, New Haven & Hartford railroad, four persons were Icillc.l outright and thirty-eight seri ously injured, and besides there were severa! score bruised and shaken up. will"noTchange scale. Important Decision of I'nited Mine Worker of America. Trio committee of reference of tha rational executive board of the United Mine Workers of America has refused to reduce the, scale. The decision has undoubtedly averted a general demor alization of the coal trade. ALL THE ISLANDS CEDED. llntire Philippine Archipelago Now In Our ! en ion. The terms of the capitulation of Ma nila, as agreed upon brtween Gen. Jaudenet? und Gen. Merritt, include the cession of the Philippine archipelago to the United States. Five Children Drowned. A cloudburst in Saw Mill Run, near Pittsburg, caused a tidal wave ...

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. — 26 August 1898

(D?e3nbepenbent CLAY AV. MKTSKKJl, PUHLISIIEB AND PUUl'UIETOR. SUBSCRIPTION TRICE. One Year. - Six Months, - ."5 Tbre Months, cash. .M Par vct. 0 Katred at the post ofHce at Plymouth, Indiana as matter of the seooud class. Friday, Aiktcst 2?. 1898. DEMOCR .TIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, HON. ADAM E. WISE. For Clerk, Fit AX K K. BROOKE. For Auditor, IIENKY II. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VIN'K. For Sheriff. JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DU. SARHER. For Commissioners, Second District-FKED SEIDERS. Third District HENRY SNYDER. For Congressman, MED AR Y M. HATHAWAY. For Prosecutor, HARRY BERNETHA. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M. RALSTON, Boone county. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion county. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attorney-General, JOHN G. McNUTT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY WAR RUM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W.B. SINCLAIR, Starke county. State Sta...

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. — 26 August 1898

I LARGE STOCK OK ALL KINDS OF FENCE WIRE ALWAYS ON HAND. PRICES THE g Buck's Cash CI?c3nbcpcnbcnt FniDAY, Ar;rsT 2;, lS'JS. LOCAL KKEVITIES. From Friday's Daily. There are over 1,"00 dogs in Marshall county. The Plymouth races will occur Aug. 31, Sept. 1 and 2. Miss Helen Disher will teach at .Bremen aqain this year. Justice Corbin tried a case of pro Toke this afternoon. The defendant was fined $13.50. Miss Minnie Cox, of this city, has been employed as teacher irj (he third room at Bourbon. eo. W. Ilutcbings from M uncle, where he the death of his sister. Chancer Kilmer, of has been visitinp C. l has returned was called by Missouri, who Jackman, east of this city, left today for a visit in Cass county. .John Cox and son llallie returned home last night from North Dakota where they have worked during the spring. Misses Katie and Gertrude Hiss, of South Bend, returned home today noon after visiting their aunt, Mrs. C. Hiss, who lives about three miles west. Ii. A. Webster closed the...

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. — 26 August 1898

THE WEEKLY HIDEPEHDEHT. G W. METSKER, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - - - INDIANA, Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS. Political, Religion, Social and Criminal Doings of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Unr Headers The Ac cide it Kerord. Elkhart, Ind. John "Wilson, aged 35. drowned while bathinjr. He leaves two children at Blufftor., Ind. Taylorville, 111. Arlie P'lynn. aged 7, while playing with a revolver shot himself above the heart, probably fatally. Menominee, Mich. Dnrir.p a heavy electrical storm one of the large barns at the Kirby Carpenter Company's Nine-Mile Farm was struck by light ning, and, catching fire, was con sumed, together with 300 tons of hay and a horse. Loss 37,000, fully in sured. Carrollton, Mo. John Underwood, aged 0. as shot and killed near his home, seven miles southeast of here, by Eugene Paddy, aged 20. and Dave T'nderwood, a son of the victim, was badly shot and may die. Paddy was somewhat slashed with a knife by one of the U...

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. — 26 August 1898

I - RAVAGES OF OLD SOL. HIS SCORCHING HIGHNESS HAS A BLACK RECORD. Scientist or the Weather Bureau In ventlgat'. z Him Sunstrokes und Their Mauietstlon and Danger Ha 2HucU to l4ir?r For. , The weaiher Iriroau at Washington is just now engaged in an investigation j !to result ia the future saving of many j touman lives each year from Old Sol's I fatal summer harvest. It may be sur- j prising, but it i3 nevertheless true that no one yet kno vs the exact meteoro logical anl physiological and psycho logical conditions which cause heat stroke ami sunstroke. When the; weather bureau s important investiga- j tion has been completed it may be, j possible to forecast sunstroke epidem- I ics. Interesting lata is being collect- d from ho-p;talü and individual phy sicians in practically every locality ot the United States. Dates and loca tions of case, are being reported and the weather maps and usual data col- ! lected by the n'reau are being studied in connection therewith, writes J. E. Watki...

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. — 26 August 1898

0?e3nbepenbettt Friday, August 20, 18Ü8. MARKET REPORT. liutter 14c Eggs He Chickens 8c Lard "c Potatoes 30c Flour perewt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal 1.00 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.25 Wheat 65 Rye 38 Corn 27 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.75 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 100 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. IJev. O. S. Thornberry is attending the conference at Winona. Marriage licenses for August 22: Moses Morris, jr., Francis Zellette Queer. Mrs. Amelia Wright is very ill at the residence of her daughter Mrs. Noah Graves. J. S. Baxter has a curiosity in the way of a tomato vine which stands eight feet high. Miss Kate Ebert of "West Laporte street who has been seriously ill for the past week is improving. Mrs. C. A. Francisco left for Toledo, Ohio, this morning to inspect millinery goods for the coming season. W. W. Sponsler who has been co...

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. — 2 September 1898

1 Conae A. edeet Kl 5 Vul. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898. No. 38. Mars depe y I IS Rig ht is a good time to look at our new and elegant line of SKIRTS. Theseparate Skirt Department is fast be coming the stronghold in the house. And rightly so, because the garments made at the present time are positively unexcelled in Fit, Workmanship and Price. The fall styles, comprising all of the up-to-date fabrics, are ready for inspection. Especially strong in plain and figured blacks. Prices range from 92c to $7.50. Also carry an immense line of Underskirts French Satinets, Silkettes, Moreens, Percalines and Satteens. Clothing Department. Displaying the most complete line of Men's, Boys1 and Children's Pants ever before shown. The finest and most sensible assortment of styles on the market, em bracing the latest colorings and weaves. Every pair graceful, shapely and well made and at prices that will discount all ''forced sale" prices. TRY US ONCE. Ball Carabl...

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. — 2 September 1898

El 11 The Cercmonv Will Be as Elaborate as the Czar's Coronation. Holland's Girl Queen. iro.'lur. rs girl queer, v. ill be crowned en Sept. 0 and she will then really itigr; over all Holland. The cere monies attending the event will be as elaborate as the coronation of the czar. Queen Wilhelmina will celebrate her 3ih birthday, which comes on Aug. 31, in a quiet way with her mother at The Hague. On Sept. 5 they will pro ceed to Amsterdam, the capital of Hol land, where they will be met by the Liga ofliccrs of state and a great mili tary escort. The streets will be dec crated ia a splendid manner character istic of Dutch art. From the hour of 7 o'clock on the Homing of Sept. C church music win be played from all the steeples of Amster dam. At 11 o'clock will take place the .-eat ceremony which will make Wil- lelmina reigning queen of Holland. The scene will be the Nieuwe Kerk, which is the nearest approach to a rathedral provided Ly the Calvinist Dutch church. The Dutch government ha...

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. — 2 September 1898

New Tdes ' A man who believed in making the worst of everything happened to see the Washington monument looming up In the distance. Immediately he heaved a deep sigh. "What's the trou ble?" inquired the friend. "Doesn't it suit you?" "Not quite." "It has been approved by the monument experts from all parts of the world." "It is good so far as it goes. But if some enterprising man would fit it up with mercury and a glass tube what a fine thing it would be for measuring this weather." Washington Star. Pain fally Neat. "They tell me your wife is a particu larly fine housekeeper." "Excruciat ingly so. I've seen that woman sprin kle the clock with insect powder to get rid of the ticks." Detroit Free Press. Wheat 40 Cents a liushel. ITow to grow wheat with bier profit at 40 rents and samples of halzer's Ked Cross (bü 15'ishels per acre) Winter Wheat. Itye. Oats. Clovers, etc., with Form Seed Catalogue for 4 cents postage. JOHN A, SALZER SEED CO., La Crosse, Wis w.n.u. "Why don't you get o...

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. — 2 September 1898

CI?e3nbepenbcnt CLAV AV. METüKE, PrilLlSHKU AND PltOlMUETOU. SUBSCRIPTION' PRICE. Oue Year, - $1.50 Six Months, ."5 Three Months, cash, - - .30 Per Copt. Entered ' e post office at Plymouth, Indiana .er of the second class. FKib, September 2, 1898. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, HON. ADAM E. WISE. For Clerk, FKANK K. BROOKE. For Auditor, HENRY II. MILLER. For Treasurer, CHARLES VINK. For Sheriff. JOSEPH E. MARSHALL. For Surveyor, WILLIAM ENGLISH. For Coroner. DR. SAUBER. For Commissioners, Second District FRED SEIDERS. Third District HENRY SNYDER. For Congressman, MED AR Y M. HATHAWAY. . For Prosecutor, HARRY JJEKNETHA. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, SAMUEL M. RALSTON, Boone county. Auditor of State, JOHN W. MINOR, Marion county. Treasurer of State, HUGH DOUGHERTY, Wells county. Attorney-General, JOHN G. McNUTT, Vigo county. Clerk of Supreme Court, HENRY WARRUM, Marion county. Superintendent Public Instruction, W.U. SINCLAIR, Starke county. State Statist...

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. — 2 September 1898

BS. Ill LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF FENCE WIRE ALWAYS ON HAND. PRICES THE I Buck's Cash CI?c3nbcpcnbcnt Fkiiay, Septem r.KK 2, 18i3. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Friday's Dally. The "Saints" are holding a camp meeting at Panama. Hay Kendall is convalescing rapidly after his recent illness. Miss Carry Ausborn is confined to the house with malarial fever. Mrs. Olive IJolling is quite sick with typhoid fev-ir at her home near Uurr Oak. Twelve men are now engaged in re moving the machinery at the Uicycle Works. Miss Ilattie OT.rien, of Chicago, was the guest of Miss Gertrude Mattingly last evening. A contract has been let for the first gravel road in Brown county, twenty miles in length. A. C. Thompson has returned from Lapaz and will make this city his per manent residence. The First Methodist church of Val paraiso has adopted resolutions in oppo sition to the army canteen. See the new fall millinery goods which has recently arrived at Mrs. Moore's popular millinary store. Itd2tw There were 2...

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. — 2 September 1898

THE WEEKLY 1I1DEPEHDEI1T. Q W. METSKEE, Pub. and Prop. PLYMOUTH, - . - INDIANA II Minor Happenings cf the Past Week. EVENTS OF LAST SEVEN DAYS, Political, Religions, Social and Criminal Ioinc of the Whole World Carefully Condensed for Our Readers The Ac ride it Record. Eclgerton, Wis. Earle Rowe, aged 2( was instantly killed in a runaway. Bloomingdale, Mich. The lHooming- dale Ariiling company's mills burned. Loss of $11,000. Casey, 111. Squire John Pratt, aged 63, dropped dead in the midst of an argument in court. Martinsville, Ind. Hugh, the 17-year-old son of William Williamson, was drowned in White river. Ueloit, Wis. Lieut. Fred Hart of company E, 1st Wisconsin volunteer infantry, was married to Miss Mar Love. Madison Wis. William Doris, a la borer at the new state historical library building, fell fifty feet from the top of one of the walls and hi? ner-k wa? broken. . Decatur, 111. Walt tr Lee. aged years, was instantly killed while try ing to rescue his playmate, Johnnie Mont...

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. — 2 September 1898

TIE NEWS G a r 1 f C the State. t Ki-Cot. Matthew rr:ilypil. xifayettp. Ind. Ex-(Jov. Claude r.'hews vis stricken with paralysis :if :-!-?'.iarry'fc ?rove. Mr. Matthews iv i s t; tent! ins th old settlers' meet ing, and had just concluded his a 1-ilr.i- when stri.'-ken. He is speechless tv. i :iis entire risht rdde is paralyzed. Pii iaus from Clnidale and Wingate are :n attendant e. and his condition l;; .Mnshiore 1 dan-roiis. Soon after liin-T tht governor began his address ;nd r?okt for about an hour in an isv maimer, whn he was noticed to Htoo xad waver for an instant. Placing Cits hind to his head he turned a boat o frier d on ih platform and said ia .i rather frUhtenedj manner: "I fe-?I v-ry weak and queerly." He thn fctired for a moment and was aho it to sink to the Moor when several )f tho.-i present ru.-hd to hi aid. ami Mtiiing him in th'Mr arms carried him tT fhe platform and streune! him at full nsth on the ground. While he r-o.il i Apparently understand questions pur. -i...

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. — 2 September 1898

f?e3nbepenbent Friday, September 2, 1898. MAEKET REPORT. Ilutter 14c Eggs 11c Chickens 8c Lard 7c Potatoes 30c Flour perewt 2.40 to 2.80 Corn meal 1.00 Hogs per hd 4.00 Cattle 4.25 Wheat (5 Itye 38 Corn 27 Oats 20 Clover seed 2.75 Timothy seed 2.00 Millitseed 1.00 Timothy hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Clover hay per ton 6.00 to 7.00 Marsh hay per ton 3.00 to 4.00 Straw per load 2.00 Furnished by Ed. S. Hogarth & Co. LOCAL BREVITIES. From Tuesday's Dally. Mrs. David Wiser has been granted a pension of $12 a month. Daniel Haag, who resides in the country three miles west, is quite sick. Warren Crawford, whose parent reside four miles west, left for Dakota last Sunday. Ejra Aldaffer, who lives on a farm six miles east, is reported very low with consumption. Mrs. Lee Hill, who resides in the country has gone to Chicago to receive medical treatment. Ü. A. Webster, wife and little daughter Mildred left to make Valpar aiso their future home. Mrs. David Redding has been grant ed a widow's pe...

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 September 1898

REV. L. - i V- .Nr.')- ; f-H 3 Co" 11 Como Vol. 4. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, INDIANA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1898. No. 39. Maim ty THE CONFERENCE OPENS Bishop Warren Initiates the Work with a Masterpiece, Showing the Literary Excellence of the Bible. IMPORTANT BUSINESS Important lienolutlona Introduced-Stand in; Committee Appointed The Tr.'tddlnK Klder Make Their Annual 11 port-Character ol Treacher Tabued I'pon -Ir. (ioblu, President of Depnuw l'nlyerltj Treuen t a l'uper Showing the ( on dltloiirt orthe Institution Kev. Maxwell Re-elected Secretary of the Conference Kev. T. J. Hannett, Kev. HrumhauKh and Kev. lloIllncwortli A ppoinled a a t'onnnittee to Confer with Like Committee of Other Convention. The Northwest Indiana Conference, this yerf has, for the tirst time assem bled in the cV j of Plymouth. More than twenty-live years ago the confer ence adjourned to meet in this city, but for some reason the session was not held at this place. Plymouth has been the field of hard and me...

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 September 1898

:i n n A Romance By Hannah B. McKenzie. HS! i'HAP'i KK I. ' 'Goiiiix out ayah:. Magnus?" "I cuit, little one. Ycu look quiu j disainc.inttt!. as if you hail expected ine lo si vc ml th test of my life over a Iunchorn-tab'e." "Xox. you're laughing at rr.e, Mag nus. No; but I hope you are not go ing far. You're uot going to to Crag Castle?" Daisy Halcrow uttered the last words hesitatingly, as if not quite sure of how they might be taken; but her brother answered readily enough. thouch a close observer might have noticed that his bronzed fate took on a darker tint as l.j did so. "Yes. I am going. Day. You know I have to see Lady West ray." "Is she then so very ill. that yea must go to see her every day?' asked Day quickly. Perhaps there was a faint shade? of sarcasm in her ques tion: but if there was. Dr. Magnus took no more notice of it than he had of her former hesitation. He had been standing by the mantle T'ieee. leaning his elbow upon it. Now he came to the window, in which his e...

Publication Title: Marshall County Independent
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