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Danville Hendricks County Union (Newspaper) - August 5, 1880, Danville, Indiana some Boots al a farm of east of and 9 - of at low ' ' ' ' SIDE PUBLIC are f Hendricks Stevens stored congregations at churches wore 31. w 3f good and his not farf E. H. next at tho of lamb mi weighs 1,^6 beat Linn found his beautiful flowers quite commencement The orders came with a preach at the Amo Baptist the next regular Satu Hth MU be post office next organize for the which comes off night our some of Classical men his Mater in These J. C. M. C. p. will from in Saylor goes to Chicago aa in Medical Coli teach at and Mr. Wayland will probably teach next but intends making the law his who from 1848 to snd is 78 years paid the office pleasant visit last Mon Harvey can give many facts of the olden and Tery pleasant xms 1st, 1881. for 50 W. W. AG B U GGI E. of Terre was in town on liio tu 10 i^iuivu. Chests v. Xew 20v. Cove 10 Lake Per FISH AT Come and see H. HA AND GROCERY iron was in Monday on his way to of Sunday in of spent Sunday in Curry calieri on the Saturday of is visiting Miis Anna this F. of last Ora of is visiting Cora V of 111., ii her here this of here during commencement Belle a among friends here of Sunday with his I Wyatt Hon. is in attendance st Sunday W. of convention and old this Elia and Flora from near the visitors at the Normal last made a visit recently to the place of bis in after an absence of tight Lattra an lady of visited 1 the Irrin Dave of at the exercises of the Central last Hicks is spending the summer He will teich next year at the School house two miles south of D. the former editor of the Hendricks County has returned from the far The climate of Colorado to agree with A. C. Pub. wul at the House Friday gentleman has a series of appointments which began regularly at North Saturday at 2 but wrote us a few days ago that he could be on Friday and the appointment made Jor A greeted many ladies being Curry reputation he already has as of the political speakers in the He clearly defined politics and political and the struggle lor the past twenty-five years between the two great and the grand results of this the achievements of the and the inconsistent vacillating course of the He asked and answered the questions is a is a Re is one who believes in the doctrine of Rights in the fullest acceptation of the term one who believes that state is sovereign and the Nation simply a compact between sovereign to be broken at the pleasure of the that is independent anel the Nation believes the wholesome doctrine that the Nation is the state Tbe speaker did not make assertions but in every case showed by questions from Democratic platforms that his definitions were this if States a any state have the Hght tosit in judgment 1860 States Seven states this repudiated tbe and the Federal at an The war came with its And now the Democracy is asking to be restored to and the vital question of the campaign is the people rehabilitate the old pernicious state rights by electing the Democratic would be losing at the ballot box all we gained in the The people are not for No. 40. tiie only stroke of that he lavs claim is popular with the it was under the the of n and rights is a and stands on that therefore he is I able to the Curry s on the financial question were and j The Republicans made tho Greenbacks i and National Bank and till now the teni of finance is tho in the w. i The Democrats fought both because | they emanated from the general ami not from the Under we had tbe and blue ar- ' changing in value and He showed that the howl about the at the polls ' was There is no such but on the other hand there is a law against using troops at the heavy penalties except to earry out the constitutional provision of using them against invasion and to suppress riot and speaker ventilated the Amendment and others pertaining to our state Taking the whole speech through and it was fine in every It was one of the beat ever The Democrats as usual were conspicuously They never attend Republican fearing the light of V. Hadley and Hogate 4 Blake have formed a in law under the firm title of Hogate office of the new firm will be at the roosts now by Mr. Colored Man Tells his Side of the a colored man 28 years of visited friends and relatives in Danville this He has just re turned from a three stay in the southern states of Louisiana and His trade is that of a barber and he was educated in this He was induced to go South just after the election in on account of his but says he don't consider the South so very healthy for a especially about election and was glad to escape from that with his His account of outrages perpetrated by the whites on the colored race after deducting all ments that have a shadow of inconsistency is simply He says that either white or are not allowed to vote nor permitted to have voice in public He at work in Yazoo City at the time was and was told by a white man that if asked which way he he had better say that he was not old enough to or least not toil that he voted the Republican ticket or life would not be worth a By some means it was discovered that he was likely to vote tho ticket and he only saved his life by leaving Yazoo between two He also gives a graphic picture of the condition of the colored people in the South and of their attempts to leave for Kansas aud how their were thwarted by the Democratic planters of that He vigorously denies that the colored people have any of voting th Democratic ticket unless they are forced to do and he denounces colored men of the North who would sell out to the Democratic in more expressive than complimentary The condition of the negroes in the interior he more deplorable than those on the They a-e more completely at the mercy of the whites and allowed no voice whatever in public There the life of a man is no more regarded than that of an elections are mere farces and anarchy reigns Mr. lothis in as and lias no desire to being firmly is good enough a who don't think so a leetle too nice to and only needs a year's in that country to correct any false notions he may have in regard to Jannary 1st, 1881, for 50 removed his stock of Dry Goods to the room in invites all his old friends and the public generally to call and see FORGET call and F. - - - - J. B- Morton 3Ionui)ient. Commendable efforts are made in county to work up an in this The Committee at hare been over the and appointed in sU the towns and it U tUat these will to work at The are uf c in ihe and B. J no. K. F. C. F. Dick A. T. Harve Vrank I. S. A. H. Dan U. John l John A. C. i J. W. T. | T. M. A. W. J. F. Dr. F. Aba Taylor W. K. J. 8. Darid Ad W. C. L. W. S. J. B. G. R. B. W. P. J. H. 0. P. T. Morgan O. Dr. T. F. John Dr. A. K. 0. Dr. W. J. Oxide Gas when Office in up 7-13 Attorneys at Office and wort promptly attended AT in tbe Courts of Hendricki joining and tbe Supreme o' the north side Public 18T& OF In. County Recc title to more than one-half of real tale in la The only perfect proprietary medicine is a that bearing the name of and be had from represents the British of and the old THE OHIO organized in 154i. -1 aide ba and Tomb made on short il r er - DAJ t neatly execute invalid finds in Blood It is
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