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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 17, 1869, Washington, Indiana                                THE COFNTY VOL i WASHINGTON JULY New Hat Omcc heavy wheat crop this i year hat the demand for reapers to ixciytl of illy previous IU RUSHED KviYjiJATJLUiDAY l lr Kin Voi I 1 AUi AlTillt fjt Hi iiit 1 fiom miltlc aiO umn of fluIHNI 1 Magic Silver Polish init in TMtXlMl Copper itnl ii lie niil it i tJ Jil ATTORNEY AT Terms of Advert 1 co 10 fl LOCAL MATf ice water nt thoConrthousc has sold nearly one hundred A nuinbcr of our will at i dlid the dedication of the new Catholic Itliurih at Montgomery July duiighttr of nnd Mury Aged isix month and jiinetcen ier5 will the to lit 8 M Subject morrow cveiuni I i Me informed lhat President of the pro joctcd lorn diifnin to in d by Tiims are dull are the moiiihs of every one at and are to be hoard ill nil and in fact the expression McCoohi and Allen Imvo finally jar1 fltghThe Southern negroesarc alarm1 ini aniicd matters td taikb I ed at j the importation of the Chinese ivithin fiftv liiihs of ion i into place wil the lOthof next ivoveml The tcrmagiat k ud thev are becomi bMl the courage to thpfr Third and i for feaj1 of losing the chanceOf ici the IVftHtl CTP SA will sell north llain between Terms iing more Willing to trust their old i i i friin with an excursion party of EasUrh i than the professed friends in who are engaged in this im ilroad on tle i urrtke throufli a hndjjo st I WeUuinilay boutright juHeH oust of i j monij I truest ind postmastoror JiUs General Grant keen acting like a spcileii and a yntt ajplicathfl of birch tcolthl Irlikfty h pmrertul upon the special friends of the iriluruiationapplj it tJiia be who Verv much like JMiperanuated grandmas nndgranslpas do with a to reuirniber o the ancient Spare the rod aiul oust of Xew York in Into the ancient par Beaeli and Baylrs of Tierj mtirl containing advice to its IKpub spoil the Wespe rellauiewere j ftiends to govern their conduct rfc ipeak thus plaiu ile at says If the only chllneu occaion sk of v r iat vv us ii plavinii into AiirvrjiuM ft t nnd the bunds of the Democracy A litle vote for t1ic wholesome applied ito ck and visiting Uiu Iac ii n bravo IKv is In becoming no intinsely we feel constrained to suggest that thI now upoll the Ianfic proceeding be varied so as to avoid where hoiwill dare to look up that he Democrat and if they are both cor vote against are brightening when n leading Ttc paper thui rncouragei bolt los thu sake imt of that Prank in ihe course of two we Kennedy is daily looking for a dispatch id to meet him Mr will prob that blunt abk viit times are coiiehnnt or dor Tiic or anything else that will nt to t of instead deney i late D tho Vico 1rci Spring Stock To Your letter MMITS too late for this wAikh be idcs being i4 too 1 Alleji wns thrown fionia wignn on mid badly Vacj condition of Fourth the poet Ofjit for his ju that all 3ip owes fur day Hyatt i pLiintirl had el arid tlirri wmindid Ill imilts killed Ivlsaid I But whatever we may ue to the certainly are not Very lively mid the streets during the sultry of Liy present the appenr of Scarcely a vehicle Feeiion them save the ponderous lyngon of bur sturdy who puixus his tritkling and wages a liiltiid against the lisiblematter of mother In eoiiseqtiilieo of ths inactivity in pur nothing to do but keep and a splendid op portunity is our counterhop pers to cultivate the noble Yankee and it is said some of is a reckless in speech as he Ibrave AVo suppose nolcamiid nuin di 1 them are becoming quite proficient in j tlie The wor Xo unc eaii doubt the sterling ingifroiu licaj Viite it own Tho Repub s if itf pfople should Act upon the Mig geatiorii A London says the July had on tlic tubject of the Anniversary of Amer ican the bays riotism of Major uiheral Frank i The Americans now feel that they can Were another rebellion against thr GovLpcak of themselves and of their ihe United to break we have no hesitation in the belief that he would be union tjv first to olfir his to put it We remeiubiriiig all his to hiscountry hour of has nomore friend uml defen liuttliuOenmul has thejuLlortune havo the inextiliguishable ambition a calm and dignified without the boasting cjf old may expect most of the old acrhnom to The American people ough i after thei President will be advantageous to liini and to jhe following is n young minis idea of tlio expansif e nature of human my the man so cxptinsivo that it can sour from star to and from sacheliti to from seara phenc to and from cucrry benlii to aird from thence to the center of the dome of ito be a friendly monster peace Such stratilin in favor of sucji a pro monster peace a to huvd the inextinguishable ambition strafiiw1 in favor of sucji a pro of his office and but condemnation of ough with of softening effect on the an object thaiiany of r b Hiroeiiouhiv jtbnutliis buMMei and strenuous oi Alabam ftT jallaglier K Spring and Summer DRY GOODS Brought iuit for in the Martin plujittilTpit jiulg mont for llyjili citizen I of from e wiil lind room ill jjiiinii of tin Democrat Tut The which ha much andloiketl for homade its liml be Min nt if ijilh tlie in parj of the heav i traveliiii rur comVts atnl hnving wet that theyply thiir jack wi dill the tnrrand uuitilaled ajipcaraiue of tin goods boxds along the uill But wliile business is thus dull and inactive ill we understand the ivv rsii itrue nflho The and imprudent in The Tobacco The Louisville Times chews tobaeeo ind is indignant all the new Hear it i HIMreliil dealerin fully and by a hit ll now busily engaged in liar j which requires veting their laying by their to keep rrfir hibaeco in its original ruin and in thu meantime prepariiii to nn their alid nil is life i Viaiuiy in ttie shape i a JiLretiiUif the anin jillM show th glorious laudstape H uiiJ Hf wavelike d l iioi nt of thi of a kept in ghis jar and inltolcuci how wiiar is khin who to buy lobaecs by i1 re Iroiu The a dirty of Iui who vned for it is hoped lhat I in earlir hung innocent ofail kinds af witcherijt and men for chewing It s a ason cii Kedirfil if iioids that Ifesups of tlie Pall Irime follows we viay be In tlie an lUv ed of n lively time in cir1 issues of tincoiiiinLiaJl the a So Chicago makes the following Thc of 1 mid i thlean f tow onlv the Miltry moiithi mni y lids af foriLa inore abundant yield this ior main The Old And now for Southern white what ofhim There is but one way ti put itjand that that as he loves to style doesn He is growing rich thi victijii Despite every illof this tni most amazing country is bearing him up us i htiong swimmer would bear little hW child lo lie ht gold at and as like as not a something put away over there beyoiu the in British Of yoii ujlbnot see or know observer neither is it to gMtherei from jthe columns of the Macaulay talks somewhere o that singular stylo of architeeturt which prevails in despotic countries 1Xikmean and but arc filled with 1ersiai ruc niid golden Araliesqui there is henabo rts a moral whicliftells by a plain exterior noihinj of and refitting of foi It bo u r vemi man new or ono o thoelice of a that iH pcerini lie ol I uying Mleciss is jH fiitiiTrotipe arc prepiija j A great The labor of inihieiKini I tious lor ijie voriliy refuse to see in I jjv of thoie birds get It takes a am wil in fo thengeni adati d to ou Heiue the very th inoaes A cn MIX K i Jhr ill in th mild i feuJhelollowing Have liesued to mniiy oujWsl report Davis fo llurijiptt Iutts Hogeis to Transfers of i At tl ivi ji rrjrc il lul llJiiiInii Chr Ijl U 1lihi lo Jolum UrViDrr IU HviirN 1 llairi IIynll h nl flVliic SVV III nf II Tl 17 Ilinllnn I thengeniy adapti d to the evil of 1he ale llf ttte Syi dwelt in soimfair and i I n1tnral desire oi n lovely to be of I whose graves and alcoves there moved u and who sat on or the moo A i or tlie of the tall pouring their tender itnd ravishing muie over the cars of pusIng mortal till they turned the poivs their thithenvnrd and upon that detuction to which that deceitful song was only a AUaroundthe inlands through groltbrs the Syrens melody llniit ed lay the bleaching bones of thousand mote from the actually while one icalism for a desire to shift campaign or any otiiejpoint and IthingB cannot blame rad io get itself out of the mire in which it lias so long think the democracy will have something to sjiy as to tho latform wide but th As for the papers it is a trick o the trade to talk of the extreme povcr ty of thc for the gentlemen o the be it known are sometime apt tojhnng on to a good grievance foi the sake of the fine pelSods it tlieni Th not ajiara biit i exhibits ii highly ble state of prosperity the cir and verifios in every part in the approaching Tho effort i of jt seen the freqiicnt ol of that jiarty will what it has been j Servationj We are coining In Tc who hadsoiight ihe but sought it j the fable tclU V i PARASOLS anct UMBRELLAS other LfOJ oflliA n ufT r ftT 1m I llip view of Ilrsscs find ht3 Mltfttl j r rrtnir in CIST01I MARE BOOTS SHOES i rr is j Tlie esCol cctor was never Clcik of Ceunty Mj Brett is for the any Groceries AnJ n Olhrr loo numrrous to inenliou You SAVE MONEY ly rnrn SllXK nOlIt tn LOWEST IRH jl no TIIL far a THE BLUE STORE BURRILL He never for ofiifii lie was own ml Johu Umier to iVe trilling exceptioiis the above extiQjts are cor of citizens will vccolleot thi resided in bout fifteen Our char poet of coimidirnble a nnH n knight of Tho announ ces his death j Our readers living in and vir cinil will remenibor a nltjiir man who re sided in that town pome Uji of twelve ille was porfectlv IfC7 he ofleied can didate for the office qf but years In 1hjtidnni Jwcnr er lU til It will consist in a challenge of course of radicalising It will tin as to hplv much longer the country e its financesfijuaiif ilia South where one mansion house was left I in the army track was but three clays tliat cotton rrconlructJofi On tlie upper line of llysses canted us arms to be bound to and Shermiins march to the one of the the and the ears of company The entire recqrct I vcrv best wheat crops is reported that to be fil ed with with special i M lot radicalism lor the pan nail years I grew m the State Georgia r rom miiuclHUint to his manners that they i j ii T will be rjfiered m I he del I met an old should not loose even he desired of Ulo4 bj u J1lll who rieglecting j wn of much chiuings and dUdainjng to be with and sweet sbngs went by singing praises to the thus otttsounding the songs of the and thus he freed himself from The ijands of elf indulgence and in tcliiperaiicci still lie on the ocean of life the Sueiis ting it is still said that the forms of beauty nnd of manly freedom of brighteyed wit and goldcntongucd eloquence and fancy still walk then but wlio tejl u this forget to tell us how all around these littho bleaching 1oH3 of the thousands w ho turned thither prin ces of the broken labor broken from its inopnngs and genius from iis Orpheus and still escape Ulyccfby intrepid bound by a rigid determination to the1 liound by n heals tile tempting but that tile May to the 13 tlie the nanclitied iutel di to to goodn the inconiistelii fightings between a party of eies and usurpatiouji of the ttd States and some loose greed and of will alii from tlic but that the crap be matters to be trie4 at the approaching The Democratic party is in a was and we was agoing In Alabama asked who would be its Governor tomorrow if the to dictatd issues of the apiiroachingi people could have their about it H does not propose to allow uml well does the gallant gentlemnn the peoplo to be divirted by exlraneotisr merit it jiow the State jjctting or irrelevant topics I It proposes to hold I looked for a long recital of Kadicalism strictly tp labor of ex5 but the ansver was these fellows the taints rob us with but oui1 people are ma king to CGiThey the Salibath and kcftpit holy A city ordriiarue among other on thai received only afew AVe give awav nnv intox staiul thut heuicu at hthvijiilspojt lust leaving ah oi Katmg or or barter withoutuny lip greeted that j We his letters and i had a largo ainount should It was his intention to hay disposition of his prbinrtjr but tlio around his bedside were liii derstand his of which h Jiuule iome to un State Board of assessed and Mtgjpisippi per the Sad have bVen aiked whether or not this or dinance njipfies to milk meii livery omnibus We know of renson why tliev bhoulct be they are all lia Tilc SINCE the late Conservative triumph in the Radical prcci call the colored folks plaining aji enormous bilriletis are iiotlghtened why so much of ihe kept paralysed why its puliliii nielli lire conrujit why legislation is devoted to class interest why thii country is Bath disgraced nnd plunderedby iis From Tho Straight A prospect Ibonis Up in no dim dis tance fjt the eviva old Evanv ville and Straight Line wellIrcmcmber the late Oliver in his lie had uecceded in thti building of ihoj Bellefoiitain and thenturned hinjTierjies to thi con ptruction ofthe fStraight IJnu to cial crashof to and wiih dtatlrthe project of connirtJng and Indiinapblis directly by railway met Jeiith At least everybody thought until In the feverish riilroad excite line is looked thus g6S til Itll be all And e tone of Wherefore as the lato rebel lious isonly to be properly described as not caring a That itll be all rijjht is the form in which this insmriaHte j finds and what that nieiiiis is that misgoveihnicnt must have an and that to have plenty of money if the way to put it STATE in Clark ing be helj 91 Verflon on Oclober 7 ami lilllo girl named Mllcr fell frcin chtrry Hi a few days ujon rtu Ing of a which her dealti in a few A cfilie in Indiana r Bex nra this ircme vfeallicraud of rcntlered it necessary they houM ytars Smilh wenl to Tijtoni for ihe purjxc ol nnil alilialiimc Ihe Creek on n piece of burr 03 lhri looked aslhough it ha Uiere A fifir loj pan taken anil aounil liougli lo inake good of the law liuva IKOII 1V Hie SccreLiry lor ihe bcne ami rahinLl Jf Ih I no lljviil Dale teen for li Slate of iMe eabntl euijluiu i Jid ais not niort Ihan il We Itirn of Ihe firm of ii of at n handli e of Mrhkhhe forinerly ni pair H lolof fioin nlay Corn crop IQ Tike MC nit infurinul by ijry On atiroiuM fi irilrhntin dm ma ijirlof May n sriiit of Imlili u litii uf il niil propel llip corn ill ill IIJNT IAIL WoriTii in ilio piibli nuiv hi enlire Itllio to of Hie where rclitviilofliuiiiio ht iinnkiiix lii Hie irinl nlnilile Il than tin Cuoirfc etor than nnii firli If tbc brim Jay Night ulnl liioc nnno for or ty stiiiliii il the O iMibrntin IClh of ports PuMriiivs Ciiluatiro Himpjytttrie you ivubi to save per on Prescriptionsand have them aiccu ratolyj componnJel go to the Blue Drug Store None but the purest drugs will you roast yourself alivo tryiuji to roust when you can buy the BEST already for ljc IOtyix i are cheap at tui Blue Drug Store go and j SSi Tto sTectctt tiling out qf il Lake Try Fir ialfl LUOAN A largo stbck of 1ainU and at prices at the Bluu Drug till iftsist ithat proatcfva riety nntt larger of VejetaBler andFpits may be toimd at j than anywhero else in CalUand j e Monll6r Navy Tobficco at the Bine Drag j JHiiT TOTJn wontalways pick BiftcKbefries for 20c per gallon wishing or Cans to put them find them at LotiiX Dn C I nm wai luliijn ill in wilh la u 11 nmlwiw drmtorutl by n Phyiiclaniefiral I Ifisd nftir i hil nMtieiliLt wiih no txneut E HJ HHisl in n me onecfypitr Almanius from Griffins nnd reoomriindeil 1 1rocMrea tf Purifier und boseij or Blood rMNiiom irhich I look lecttd rtnil restortU to I fjmMed lo now TCIIJ io goOl u chopping ercr I n inv IT try your MtdnlneH I oiqilarnird of in al nWvrl Rlnuriwlii IT your niSJltl JOHN Testimony in Kronl tinLouisrilie advise against the De making the ro tejtinlony in the State courts an is sue in jany the ciunties in Legisla tive as wo have it is not apolitical The next Leg islature may or may not enact that white shall be equal in judicial rights and privileges to their present but the tieeeed ing ifillro work shall bo left to will do iti1 AVe have reason to know that a public opinion in favor of forcing the liegro to testiiiioiiy is wahtcj is rapidly forming and jve sure venni the abcnceiof any other i that of gcbu seKe culm the rule of requiring negroes to aftjia little whilesbe in Kentucky but other in tyrecfviitins n 01 to ones will sooribe ainJ at There ii a certaaHy thatthe elcfr r the is isnt titKcptafc tit fuf i t n wi emuieiitlv in Jhe KeiaiLl can Thirf is a fact Mate entral Oommittec want to open nnd kindly suggest that he should do it in this full i mi scarce in LOCAL licnhv ntic to all of Taviess unless they immediately call at my oflieiaiid settle all niroiirtii had biittef in tho much iis loathe its jEv erybody knowsithatprnmeciiateiyaftei the of the teenth Amendment will be declared to have liccti ratified by fhe requisite rium of StlrjUrf srid tj be iv jiait of ami thcn all the of this Slate be and nothing can exclude thejirfnini the polls except ivnr agtiinst the United once procoOd to cf aiil by levy and of All heed as it is positively and none fo in onjy t and whether it Would rig or be attempted r long negro disa l be A word to the wise i July flip new brand of 5 cent ci gars nt tlie BlueDrug Fuxo FOB hjwo for sale a plendid new which I will Hll WJ Mrs n Gallaghers for cheap Hats ind fronlfO cents up to Giri her a rno32H Od IveiHucky IJquibon hisky ever in town is at the Eic rtig BircnKceommended for Gcaoral Wo clip the followiiij from the Ciu jcinnati ft Hepubliean jour No doubt about the truth in jbut will the blind see 1 There is a good deal more than meets tlie eye of people who cannot see a holethrough a inthe much favor by Eailern and is rvacls j certainly be It will inall Some the extreme party organs cptneinto fhorityon Mr Smiths iprig have to scolding the because ina it will be jconstructedso of its manner of talking as to embody his maiiridea of a ioute to General It would be much between jthe two iiying wliat a pervade him nt the If he were better for General Grarit and the Re to tlioso wantingIce delivered live the same at the following rales Ten pounds or more at le per pound tin der ten cat Virginia OdM bar Tobac co at the Blue Drug IUVIKSSJ Tanner i arepubllhirg a map of showing Con greseonal nnd Trnvnshji and Sihhol tojiiiicV the Farms theiiaraea of prihted They it exists will runiuin ivhen negro voting itx full here and every where Let the negro The negro vo ters tcill hatt the Mtmtjt ptter in allwr ajid and in eery many ofour and thenfcic eery fcttt fvr the Legis teill venture to ptit their prospects in peril by thttt ih neyro shoutdleix eluded froth CJKrte xs a because IIM and degraded tj be on Not only rtill there be no ojpjsi negro test but many of the most violentofthe present writers and ngainst it claim to been ulwavs in favor its especuil ad pribalfy they icill etc 7wl njw jzr ii as been Literary Agents Wantel ito Sell the SIGHTS SECRETS National A ami Tlio InstructiTB fthd ilnrllins IxToii of nj for ii JUSK1N4 Tire VTKEXLT on thc2d of Ihe Hlblicalibn of an inortntin an chir eiililled i7 iK Tlie story wil ran through also issue a jampbfet explanatory of the j map With plaining iliageneVal by j of and Is uorel ma j in a ihoit ID Wok SX ncnon come b3 to describe every tract of land in tie j will Teceita Weekly four The irnpoirtaricd arid utility of numbers ths such is patent to r i i of Dayiess County saould possess Keekly the fclale for four you hope he long he devoted would follow the example I tdl to hi fai thai hi Km dcnr profitable no3Ji2t   

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