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Leavenworth Crawford County Democrat (Newspaper) - November 8, 1894, Leavenworth, Indiana Price Ooe Dollar Per INDIAN BER 8. 18M. Editors Aro Noi All CANT nm People Own Bis and All Tbat Is so Take Bim in and Abuse w-I pers rhe i uf a newspaper th it its c IH c r iti rotn know us liy ami 1 us t tli it 11 in our i- reading a fanner at rny in a his paper declaring It was aial unreliable t icy a visitors that I the son of my to sit in from of my door daring certain hours of each day and refuse mc to but uu the job after the third unable to crawl to his post of then my ( door has been even in tiie dead of and the six inch letters hangs prominently on the I do not dare tu have a Vour map at the d Once I did put up Is My Busy bul one of niy it with a of tobacco and the next it down 6."I have just and threw it in the waste r the road fiom it not as to gel with the church people as you oui me r there are so m ny sects vou for I have It down tolerably h wife a inv a the fore wall near Pekin Rev M. J. Walker on the THE WILL Over a Tear the bellow Biy Has Seen in China Taking and it is perfect as Not only that but the r a C and I an en I had I d pal as it could since no r has been ire had been because of m the column a reward of for tlie re turn of an d This had ch to up with the and but the lot the unable to make g hii pio and my hehl fic I i the his paper because a soothing syrup by a loc d druggist to put his bawling infant were in the you the C iUsti j for the last nine years have so through Chicago in ol the new The John K Robson meetings in rbe Town ' a from the m to j them it he 1 told hnn be Walker il .al fate Hu u a 1 ' ami as he gets drunk every iv night a ni up until md ly years she they hive been carefully preparing only th it but she his t prevent a repetition the revolution 01" 1S71 he offer mirry in that 01 be f in nut ' rebellion m Mich l over year draughtsmen and j an important matter as th have like to about the freedo of the country is better I known in Tokio than in the il s and One indignant wh d know cane me for olV his name about a di opinion of the m .Ke anil il don t to oui my I not say the c I l onU in fall aiui hit lonc s lieu laid the of alleg that I imputed to him an un readiness or unwillingness pay his honest of ional but an entire cmn once boycotted me for a bar criticism a made bv the when they say that ibe winter will close the I have been r the road at Moukden at year It is le biggest egg lor just sure as I did a I would into iny one to it is in co ll the can the before old weather and c which is the key t the whole the is The 501 miles of It not mike the slightest to them thai the miles aw that 1 f arc not have kn the fiom to the the hurt no one the They had simply but they do not h ive they didn't bkc it ami one at Shin Kwan can be covered I in a Six fiee called in a body and stopped paper a referred in of to as ' each Nou as Willi of severed a 1 with me f of facts winch w is by no that a of been guilty of sh The villain had been the p: irv The real of the war I will be along the line of one of the most beautiful shelving beaches in the thai fo i too between Sli in and Chinese are miss ing here forts preparing for b by land and by Hy the Japanese from Seoul to he mail very ice the present fiom to beyond the in a ol The next battle will gen K l ues lay in 111 if Ly by a with mc for the noon 1 well what the while tlie wouldn't f the st ping of a 1 hey not get along in the w OOl the local ami wilhin a lew the chap wdl cad ai m a * of a way and with explanation til It he lo cue a rap fur yom old but the old Woman is sich a (i il he kain t do ut I he lr 1: kicker upon the anil The wdl not 1 his a very on one's time and 1 1 but I gt t out is I uu r u came 1 1 11-, so thil 1 k i Kc i i the w stao i i l the * I b c inc i ihr co iic .it was able 1 w III bdI of ti e I lo en 11^!'. t hr 10 u 1 r I I t fii r in p s O l ih ' ml ol i bo I id v o 4' l- asi C ll I 11.^ ' lull and n h n 1-iib|ir>bi(rl$' 1 ' i. and the a hour or directing inni h t run Ii ti I not ' COuntty people wdl not m bv ' by ihr thiak v lor hit 1 1 i..iil the ad- is m un to the 11,illation iif i 1 then b if IJ 1 was n lirik M ill R cou I. Ill t 1 ' I y s s k e n o V t i I ' 1 1 i 1 I I L' 111 I I 1 lie 1 I I by ul j * s 1 Ir e by I 1 lirN Iti J a lug 111 he wfii I fil pack o a i l e t the great lint of both Lm H Toll his and 0111 L- the lap mese capture Chee | l they I f g skins A a th it 1 ill Colli ol I n in V 11 igc t I r ' ill M i ' ' 1 ' I t 1 j I I 1 ' 's A I ' 1 I r ( I I I s V r to Ill 1- of I Mung realizes the winter campaign his s 1 1..1:, oll the only hue ol I out ot be- | A ecu Ho thf he I luct a ol m ne si thil tnr my Hit tile kin the ne .vi tie ant plic I I. md b K lb s m tiie m .it l. 11i>iean^ are i ot 1 Uicrel) stales that China I ll I- 1 I i 11 te ( f 111 1: t 1 s i 1 1 by and all arc treated as cue report i tile ' i 1 igs i societies a gieat I lilt I- wilo is paai I A m ru n 1 ihr the pc have r 1 is the soi ever sent I mg on tiie grind the the iiiiii 4-ly men i and were alway b- 1 at each ing p apathetic and so wh would rather run than I hc as are no telegraphic in China would take it not to mass an army to With the plucky little r ir tiie 1 left New the at 5 o'clock BATTLE MANY Which Two Brothers Fall J. M. that evening on the lake he fne last year of travels - t ill at ease more that IN THE OTHER IN her charms both ot mia i ' and Her beautiful Grace looked surprised and there lexion his taken on a w is an expression of wounded rosy tint The graceful ings in those lovely eyes turned on 1 their all to be the newsiest local and in Crawford or adjoining It is read by every and child in the county and has a foreign circulation which few country can boast of. If you have anything to advertise and want it read by every one in the county advertise it in it will certainly reach Its circulation is now 1,200 and increasing Democrat has been published in Crawford county for 16 years and always endeavored to advance tlie best ideas for the of taxpayers and of the Its colums are always open to those wishing to use them for tha advancement of the town or K now in such condition that we can do any and all kinds oi job work such as letter business visiting horse sale on shor notice and at very All work guaranteed to give and will deliver work to any part of county free of Call send orders by We solicite your iQ 50 H Gray Tells His Story As He Sat Bent add at the face for a which Curtis hot at ller brother gathered the 1 biittle of Cove has escaped the attention of it WHS a mere incident in the annals ol but to an old man who sat in the Union depot last night it as though the sunshine went out of the world that never to was watting for a train to him back to his desolate home the mountains cff Wise after a visit to his sister in lives with an insane law as his only companion At the fo il of the hill where his log stands near the are two little mounds containing all th It remains of the two soldiers who lost their in the battle of One wore the the 01 her ivore the gray Brothers they and the only sons of the old man who sat in the depot last SKaggs had gone to the West for he had heard that the soil there laughed with harvest and men rolled 111 who went in rags when they came to the great El John his stayed on the for the old folks needed The veie already bent even 40 years for he is 90 and he had worked bard in liis younger No longer cou d he swing ax and m ike the mountain s he with n I S go d w IS c more and The spray of flowers and a of intellectual in her purity of to their beauty and fact she into pei feet 11 ol all this Cui knew n Almost absorbed The golden had self he ha i away the two out and the very face of was | in sdf indulgence so to Curtis soft was unusually silent the in of the awkward silence fell ing with of seemed and proposing | and no care for the future to shorten the boat side for fear faking bfe a. it to an unlooked for he turned Having too of this gravely need or care for senting to the had taken himself to task for brings back his toward | of the last evening he spent to the after vvith he was tired the He is thinking of how little he whole and decided to thought of her or that sunset So m the ig mt call on the ling two And falls to whv he had ever felt ton he left on a long tour of pleasure interest in her long enough to spend he said a. or many evenings in her company he considered pleasure too for si e was the first girl of to find had ceased to strive ever hour on was not at home when he Grace and Miss he watches the golden western lade away he is conscious With its The mother now long since was After the first and a of and of the rosy in heating S had to say lie wishes he harl gathered the with wonderful strength of f her and had not in one so and gave spoken so ungraciously to the of pain rather to his surprise gu 1 __________ moves uneasily m hs after he left the young heart i and tossing his cigir into with its first burden gave to a wild the dewy beneath his burst of aloud in his came home and f her so he was ' Thinking is no end of a old folks at bad heard in a vague wav that a War was going anti that had already lasted lot two or will sen i her a boquet of in his bad il to he to m and had ceased to run her to for my so John stayed worldly on th aad uice He had to prevent ber he at the knowing one pang of soiro a wor l re j to think her heait h id woid ard look but were simole as it it had been Uin and the R ousing with a shrug of a loi g ways to allowing soni 1-,s s he s dd the bride ofa few I as he termed h come I his spells on this II t must Saw right before his very writhed in bitterness ' a wrong somewhere I this Ver in my lite before have himself Hie to the greatest belle thought that all his oi the day And here I liad I gray uniforms rode up and de- fc en t vo hours ol time ni oi ri w Curtis seemed to lov lo 1L-strioev-up and down his on In tumbling his hair as turning a de if ear Curtis n t here's sang as she carried great pails of water from the and All were contented and happy as the bees that droned amid day a small of inded It prepared and they In a another squad rode the blue Then fohn n lo what the war didn't know the government very but he that he w is a Virgini that taking his the of 11.id but a n c e w I next day there a sk in the and both si les s 1 each one of their 0.1 tlie were the two Their them and give I n-1 died soon the 011(14 wite became j the old he has j lived the y allotted j courted death the long watches of many night The widow has an some day lier wdl to Miss your of what he | will old S iw Uones he used some sure said gi l. an I rhc little lUv u y Ver V blue and ihe are ilie stin u ti with its beams the illese t the 1,1 over her from of is ill ur when the skies hive d toe b d. ar I i s a good said Miss little for be morbid I i j to a person I as ti ill I u ' ' I 1 n with a hai e been the with tlie h iw that could tike even the notice of such a purely Hut no for a young Grace is such fact replied drawing to 1 closing her 1 in a decisive iv It for if so b i smiled 1' tin makes ready for his bath in to have a vi i ll weight on his and i- soon ill be l where he tu ol 1 111 11 k Cuitis was surprised he met you this snid Miss Mary 11 urin with an air of IS .IS l or 1st I not had you excite nent mjt him for half my ILven a enthusiastic m I ini truly li f - t r de in the dainty s r ont In l ie 1 dr of the wide ui by which shC Ihe r i e Curtis 1 I no r 10 the slate ot the casej A not keep the ted brother up to lo liy the effect of penile p caressing on the little Gr ire 1 the est 1 ieti 1 - | ever bet she haver ' feeling soi killed in a status lOsf t I i ' Il ies I li g I'll 11 w s II ID a ab gavo me ilie s une of j. leasure or smile I the I I Idea - 1 o or s lent Big I to III mII u i lor - u New j irom which she so ih licr thinking chinge of ne do mote g Ihan all w m ince or tender ion the following melod rs vere the Grace into br chirn was that r. for he could so have just within ihe ill thf worlO und Dr. Ki which are a Ail are ' lo in for ' the dealer r. with will 1*' b you Hu m at abroad fell heir I vast by the death of a dis .ml r. ot her s an i is by the I rather but she lys beloved H a college ed it And as no led it m ' K ihs statement
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