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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 24, 1869, Washington, Indiana                                r THE IESS VOL WASHINGTON 24 NQI I niVirPC rnllYTV ntlKHBtT departure for n more congenial TVTflTTf TTflt StDTP jtOWi flmi the women should have jN 6AAT MM W W Cm j been removed from our in a legal J SOoii as all will admit as soon all will admit EVJJKY and that house of that character should not tolerfted here or in any riViToit i oilier community claim to It common dcieucy and none will more readily admit than we do Haikinr 01 me i i common uuu of common u v Hiorf iuid I M will more readily admit than we sVJbut agaimttlu practice of pirnwhine tortlie Magic silver c ywr L one crime liyitlic commission of another j we must entr our solemn protest and llnWIA HrtllSn warn those who clicournce it of tlic fa Magi c Silver Polish IiOCAIi one warn those who encourage it cf the tal sting of tho serpent they are Transfers of Boat Eq torlhe i called Liverpool j XlVq NBi Jlu SliTnzirlrt W toitlj IjU2ev one of iho pro is tinJ Greene Tlifc Evantiville Courier nominates he Sorts ofay tlw AJHendrickb forPresident in from eight ton KWIOWSO Tun GHKAfiK Of the men who pvopiso to build such acts are sure forerunners Silver Copper nnd Engineer j of and are of ftuds j of this the anj and eventually place to join him j llc jfo ina liberty of thc individual an capilaliftS nt cf the the mercy on j boundless o ti1M manyheaded monster that us lit viii I1P1M 110 MM II is efiti t poimdj r amply itiontirrrier ho ttention Talionof thin It of firm tu i It in the Ut tltliic i fine toUucb of m Allihe ticililifi for the bct u formerly t 3cJ in idof the i pmuha in noticing H jamljifJ j chimr of nun1 niot of eVriiij bright New ratified Xortb nitiiied March the iliiy The amendment will proUibly bo arrival at that on his beoaue the Rhode Isldpd Kail tlmt under it their IrbU Catholic 1 the many men i to keep j P of tid present davwhodo honor to the I BPJTI m ijWpofWtcit huo i l A j policif al arena of thcve hriiv is scaijctly one that stands higUer in the Bl tor n I estimation of friends and foes than the llhomas ret f fr jand n put through j been JOHIIT ATTORNEY AT LAW he will llmvs i10 ienjonj but is controlled panion nnd j Jlut what rrfison can men as j sigivfov lawless act the other night Aiv oiir olliccrs so negligent if j isfcllinjiiii duty or our laws defective as not to tliimarkt at Fijilr j nlVurd society linit jirotcctioii in cases of oon be wiling at j this kind ivliieh it has a right to expect cvrtainly for our statutes pro fuUouiiig lliMl who bo of notorious leiulncss or othr 1 u nil to J I j personiren tj Aujiustitw Patrick Slieall to M TV illy of notorious lewdncss or otlnr ujJon conviction tic lined not exceeding bliud Ketn will three And uieh to the r of immorality There will a ivondfrittl Every ptrsou who vegeiation jajnl a consoj IJOIIM of fame or prostitution vfeilicv a lively of said upon otcliills and i siiall forfeit nnd pay not i nur more tlian ten duilais for land tlniiiiiig maehinesjalv to hay crop ii llie jf iv nllt1 I ilu laalr that our our in their j is j ollicers C f ofjtlv iniv Iathoj and the law ivirc not to blame in this GflllclUflier lie they wennot appeal I ijhc rliiireh iii not and impiiini nmljtvlio felttheir sensibilities anil when wilUe ilulatVest amljtoeiul dignity uutvagid by tiuel building in Ileence of women iiiforni j i the of their and cail i Afi freight train dealt with and ni on the if by duo of ran oil the near it would have Mcliollin had niie 1inlien tliiV1 jil j JH 10 to iiujtiireas k 4b M B i the Jl ij myiivo that prompted hithel inclhl tliirorliou of to Greene Ijlng Jireclly nTtl ad cnnujni of iron ore on1 hed d n tiie Inw iilo Ueti ilinoUTLil m toil IS Millie of 11 Ihc MOrll innn yicM vl i t is upon There no the oil Iliejiuni withiii niiy iitji c in Ltih A erop Is fure liiee niid blia tins f lilwk MARTIN COUNTY ITE 1 the iiendricka hiu been ir public inrlj i if0 fjr twentyone Ho was a ml tg the j inetiibtr of the Legislature of Indiana in island 1849 was a member of the fonstitutional Convention ofltidiaiia in a representntive of the thirty and thirtythird Congress a Commissioner of the General Land July 1 A A i South ratified West ratified March vititkd March An attempt was made to ratify in In but the cevtiiipate will show that the which has been rectigniied in the tttitp htJiftythm Was not when the ratilicatioa was voted piliy at lite jrony vf i air ofa to the Radical and Wailtintitainii including Jhpre JJ j j trTentvoiKStates tlniM that cnn bj We do not know tlniti we can give j claimed for the nnd of theso i latilleu it the dpUnled bebw so jt more publicity in this tjommunity by r1tifioaiion nf eleven nsutioil togive the iiuiendnunH deprive thoStatos the right to untrolsiitlrage withiiv their a Otliee from to was elected to publication in the Lnitcd Stales as a Democrat it ha3 crcatedin town during the week and took his March his recn There may be plau r i ie i ir me v termof service on the third jbiUlu reasons rthy wo shoijUl not publish 0 die and day of ilarch of the present During the following iEut we bvlirvo tlieydul not yieltl to the Govern his term of service in tho Ilemir jcks gained nn the were o fupp things it would eucouiiige a repetition foi t o irt fl i Jlllur noiv ni iiy fi but HitINIZV of Spi If 3DEY BIW hurt jissiuii ol this artempt to tay IIMVITI i eii t i iliiotilitv and it an i at r birluI hug ThCfili will I1I1IK1 llrm vlv u u e fur the virtue ot thru i inat 1 tbem to iteummis a grand siale for tiie State may Itnve rullllliill til llllv motile erjlle Jetllailis tll with iltue same iifollll tl lh 1 1 Method will huM thnuiinnul men have tbe right to August i i ly and have 1 Mlolili J1i toolirjail and take the Jurydii piimeis inflict whuteViv fer tin of Itiie upon If IllleV fhilight hint just IIS well tibaih aiid wlien an inili yidlial on tho dr else regulatortake him in lie fUt of Tein h in fir the lit leek i nn fncnilhijifur lie eojlnly mvl lie In n tlno i t will remove fiinily to hm The Ian f of return 10 hifiiM Ihe iijiilreil irenjiiinrto jt ihc KIT tl ifl nail iiny tir tn A KINK VKNT 1 I H Alva llainnn Van Joseph j William STATE nnlilf Mlpply pr v u iTriniir il i CI trr uf in their lie j Kill it is a little dillicultto see how UKII can cUinl to bij 1 of wiicii tlny viuluti iiiipiinily tinvjiy ujion j which tliai I I Tlieni a mutual agreement and every individ ufiiH its mem t i is the oliedicnce toils in re lt itit Jttroi drawn Ail ftir it PARABOLS and UMBBELLAS Tel m of thc nnd this it would be im Andrew Vir or governj wlio toutiseU or pf I Ilillcni ilijnrtiiiflit nf lli i M f jntton It u llial tile tire fiwm from a An lion i to JirlI in Ti of io ufll IV in tlir ul pvr in mil uotiifH anJ to In rrrn lliicnco a liku nnloiait Kr niilf in t uinity iiu hjJi roiiiltf rxir ctntiitn tliti of taiJ tutllify in iiuy Cue j on theOUj ntiitn of two Alex J in any Thompson Allen and Alex u worst enemy MADE BOOTS SHOES Tin TO Anorisii inn 1 oveurud in our nsiKtlly jiliit five SolS lax tto in lipr poor niderly toiviii on Tnc one merits n tutuvUfiii ut every Uiwal on Moii of the frail si silny it Catalogue of lliCSlate lias been placed in from which we Iiaru that it hlisjust It ranki among the eilucational institutions of tlu U en in on lninrh nf h Iferon ville iviyj North If nil In ainmt the of IheCliinefe by i 11 deliver this eclum of froiu thrrly lv iwo nn1 coveied ith s tlic hailing from tuHM i mill a lunise for the no of a house of Jin li D MX K Utiro Ii si Hie IWIT I 1 no llone t nif iit eharacl r and of Eve soon known to and a of for the Tiivsd f these beruiiie i lot Wits diute und on lurstlay niglit I to carry tlnir Mot They iecuied THE BLUE UliM uf ltu tile Professors aul 13 num bii f gnuluateh in the Collegiato S in the Law Total Whole nuinVer of j JJO of whom Uo srejn thy four Col1 lego Classes and law Tuj ii now free for in every Departi nuin of the Ladies are in the on the sauie leims as One young lady Mis I graduated with the Ui Ihn DRUG BURRILL in Patent To 1ft ftnl Cnrata I at ull n T 1 t iivighborhond of the illfated and a eiipply of water Icing readily the levers manned j brave defenders of our tjie uat lirocferi int the I tuents of thc unfortunate t3lijxw I er applied to the pumps and adtlugc of water rained into the ing bedding and cveryt jing in j the and almost drowningja little child that shaping in a j j This of hud sired early next hiprniuj thc discomfited unfortunate paited up iin ltke or r U tlto cili John killedl on dr Ihi uf Iike and i It tlml Heard niul a mail by mime of uenm lore but more than Ins in marrying H Miukwy that he vengencc on ou Suudar In went in LrnicDrnfiiPnceil tirinx a him 6f eltber haviIrtiveil The Firs iliul took efTMt in Ihc firoiluting i3SLinl up Kppar rtntlv abiiut thirty who travetses the putting frequent njipearnniif in a ready debater jicbfound patriotic citizen anil a good From ihe Tcrre loth line a record hail llcndriclcs I the euphoniousappelU to show iii his long during I tion pertiiining to a gotter the of which the iiampipn of sound Dxmocratic princi the Democnitie convention which assembled in city last year a candidate fot the he received on the twenty second ballot the greatest number of votes nXt to InXitober Mundricks the Democratic candidate for the guber chair of and was de linker in theHiriail majority of consiilering that the sticliijment in entering or beeiomfnga gurt of tiie liatC submitted to tho peojile and not acted Inthe majorities in Congress and iij the of the it would been The great1 maw of the periple are opposed to iittieud 1 representing tiihisclf to jbc n general ugent of a life iiisiilniice tbe name of wliich we not He hiiils from iltliough we do not tiie precise of his we are inlbrnujtl that Wash Daviess the placeof was a with merit andifeiirp Hud knowing tins thiUatlieal refused tq mit th ular v to the verdict of li pop 1 Kepublican majority in the previoiH j imposing and had he comincil election1 was was looked himself within the broad miirgiii that ex upon great To sUw the gentleinan and the great popuhuity of the man in we should not be engaged Tndiantij it is only necessary to state J in writing this on a very hot line assortment of Teas ell at First Jujstroi ceivcd Trotrt the great Merchants Un ion SuV rtll ptUiip in half pound siicii Old Young Ja Kong and Black all warranted to give eeks after his by a and he would have c o free adve majorityof the majority east for Grant amounted to in a vote of nearly withdrawal from public is i lawyer of gvoai karning arch and has been actively practicing his profession at A description of tliebrilliatit reception of llendrieks who was ac by Hon McBonald and and the fami lies ing the recent in Con necticut ja Waterbury editor telegraph ed another of action Semi me fidl of tiie answer oi You will find Oiom in i Loveless liad iioroom Terre Hauto wq believe he was not a patron o the cjtajblMimcnt in any but ile bognu about the and finally Miviiking uu inr to tliethird story the lent uliiUrtoOk forte Ins society upon a lady in private lady hidiiever the scamp and refused linn with indigijiint remon finally succeeded in Uight hini awayby but not hud climbed up and eon looked in Tho First i I at thc dtckiring tlmthftvould come in After his Mii Jinn tin informed nfwliatliad and it is said that he while iListeiiitij to the wns ready to move on enemy works notice wlien fie was jvstvrdAV thev fulluw liail itrthroiign hallaiid gone up staivs Calling on Mr hat i f nUiil five emblem of lole ui her Olle of tllC j to llvwhile If it not very pnmV ienrj the nioliier replied v lit remain litlle sCCOlld SllW who liuntin his way up nvo of stairs us hereached tlic head lut the riv of the lill of Uatitit nil IIM IM the and Its 1 i 1 HllllM pilll it to Iiccc t the mother hiit theie very man ni i II ent all rotOti in lire i lint mine n fcu anil o ami 1 naaii to keep it the Here even ouinj eoudl Childlike uholwifi tirm in her His atiJ and menn to keep WouM yml lmii the nalers ofillie ocenn from Aotilil ou pull u the of ovij j their rrd nijtinuiinwith th 11 cFjam the omight tho ofthiit innocent rine be reaoueu inU heart of clnlill injiienoni innocent Voit may ulk toil if of words are ueTprfelt ientitha wnlhed the ffins of the tic 1 had beeh persectitccl by the coming out of her pale and aiid followed by tin above iiietilioiud As soon hecauglit sight h ntleinpted hilUiut yield ed to a stern demand to where upon wrenched liis caije from his ftSTTry the EIldeal of 5 cent I ci gars at tho BUw Dvug TAX is given to all delinquent taxpayers of Uaticsa unliss they immediaiely cidl at my otVice settle all I will at once proceed to cullcOt said delinfjtieney by levy and sale of personal All must heed this it is positively the and none wilt he A wovd to the wist is T IX ripSJtt ESwIuve Monitor at the Blue Drug iii for clieari Hata and from 00 CcuLs up to a ou walit to save per on Prescrijitions iind them HCCU rately to the Blue Xoiiebut purest djULs FOR I will mvidwclliiig house lioith Main Third and i For information apply at this i rugs anrlMedicines are cheap tiie Jilue Lltig go and ptuno grasped him bytlic him to tho head of the and hurled him headlong down Unioijiuiately the descening soalawfe caught the stair railing when part way down nnd tcrw And iiowcomes Huston and instantly seizes the qulprit and booms hjm along down lie rot of that nround 9 the Iciwer dowtx tluvt at a spite of at the eup limy by tjrokea ere it be lifted mirmvoii howling hurls llim along the crowdixl hall to the front door and ejected him the street with a force that carried him six feel bfVond the himself he filed left and moved off indose ordertit quick linn tin has his LoVeless ciiti have if 1m wants Yon and of wlute my the 1 will till Iit6ul iittcfl j Ivrillbc so sad to yod htlle itli nen in our Ym her sweet Una IHT iingKt J1111 already o et corporation into The Fifteenth of the Radical papeir aflect to bolievu that the ratitjcatibii jit the tit teenth is foregone con and some go set far to assert have for ft hich I will sell la stock of 1ainU nnd prices at the Eluo youv Krmt i Tini ff tliLmbst npjiroved and veryi UQUThe Uest OW Kentucky Bourbon and ever ill town is at the Blue Drugi H 1uke 74 cents ppr and that Curried ld ceiits per pound lire no If yju liava tried do at SSUMore Cucuni nnd Variety than any Call and seefor your clip tho following from theOmaha Herald oi tho Wlh inst This gentleman ar rived iif our city yesterday Lou by Niblack and otlur lujmbers of his and is the giut George He is to j go with Kenstor Ilcndriqks w thc Pacific I JiidgeAiblack ia wi11 known through out the country as n representative in Congress for ten ile is one of thc etrong nien of the Demo cracy of Omaha are glad to meet and j wclciompliim to ilii CLIIAS from both Spanish nnd revolutionary indicate decided progress in the prospects of the The proclamation of j closing certain ports in Dis U a flat contradiction olhis decla ration that the insurrection sustained j merely bv bands of nnd his I extraordinary exertions in other rej spects ara acccvtediaa proof of greater NVrere crosjed upon her she if pleiijiingJ A teniler tqiilc on her Aftti on her lips no earthly Ptiund fell ever moruurwn her he in tbecoM elnbrnco of Penth tinee Mith the of iner liriln llie but ire 13 LTalHformefJ into i blight in everlasting is noit in tlutigarden far Loyond MhiLh1 enjl i ill They springi nto im out the ff as yoll have ofcnrlierivenly Fatherhut Ihey lite lor hrief AnJ He who in S oil twlh deligiilfnl my ool remain ithus niH they not my JaanliUr bo ever strength on the pai of tho rtbeh i to List is most This isit Of nil the Frusidems of the l ever I like my red it is so higlili and I lips thv tongue thfl ilf toW Mntiineii moral ol TlietanKuAeof i 4th fcloj to tourh the ileeuinz of L tilted Grant undoubtedly heart yjo ii i t an a sutricient number of Siatrs have it to A Steward it by card in have informed the public that they have opened a barber shop in iv room adjoining the out occupied by njfc for 1 am willing trr risk my reputation as j a birtcr ns well us a that mj tates have not been in or ta 0 nny action in thin iyd ia this ij tiial arien God her Fpiril ome it ill rotnl in beautiful for ever some papers it is insisted thatTennes jntl Jliiinosota and other Stateshave acted upon jhen it ia weir known that Legislatures Stat k the measure Was adopted So fir as heiird from thc stands thus said to have ratified i ratitiedCSLiy ratified in ji ratified Jlarcji K assumed to Tatify February The second stctijii was ratified ratilied riilifitfl March self nnd those working under me cni shaye a man cleanerand easier with Hitzora and more pleasantly perfume Soup trim hair more iri Sccor lolisn boots in in respect in my line of give greater Batist factionto the public than Joseph Stcwi ard 4 or aav one they mav fit in with at swollen frsil Viv ft with no ro I iriwl remPidieit wtlh no IwnefiU 1 nl mot up neixtibor me nnd ireofnnieiiijed 1 twobottlei of Joinder three cF Blood from which 1 took aa Hi rectej VIKS restored to The whole of fftvl Kinter I enabled to em my tirw now 1 can do Rt good MI Ihe tlun I of rnind enred nCtt severe Khfumatie ly your tupiMiJ JOHS tolratify March i Noticeto Did notact upon theseriond f wili hold an examination at my i assumed on AiigiiKt cate on at the State and another RSO iaformal and Stlu ratified March illamwhire JUT   

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