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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - August 13, 1881, Washington, Indiana                                i 5 TutAugust races at the fair The receiptswore not sufficient to liiiiuii date trie AH j account of the Jfie President FROZENwajcrrhelon is the deli cacies of thiy Just i The latest bulletin Uoui the ticnts r j rt Ins m hJi m j ajnlKpi has j pharjje of jthe rasoj hi ultunalare 1 IoVery may hejiorisulrrod lortnm Par Capital Practices of the Puzzle lur thdPrpcts and i inflow in ainrtil salt turning the melon in thp inlander freezing ice Its A monumenthas been placed j ieves have been discoy eath that his crimeBare Hie many greater tl his sinking into iris nificance TIIE Washington Law Kfjiortcr says that1 a law passed affixes a with intentjb kill at not less Seven nor more than twenty ffhis will eijiverGuiteaus it is that it hasnot bpeli published THE Gaytte woukHiave be that the expressed for President Garfiejd throughput is This is mbari and ponicmptible on the part of the people of the South are as sincere in jheir sympa thy for the wouijdcd as are the peopleof the Jnger iiif In lu 1 n i Ti e wouihj has U altid AnWlilijtioij il is nmlle a few Ui the piis His f til t i ittutultij tlie last UK n It 4 that he iii now it i ro u hinB LonvUjejS i The Cincinnati Cam 10 nil iThe popular jimrJK ion ninth js Jin that the resi lent is in aoSts j pvrately preeanons ondition is the rc from thft irnjuomUonfi Itmcgi n efally eiiteptaiiieil weeks au I Ejliss say if tin 1 dies st willbe tlio riHulti ot nient arid he to ts arty the L jDiBlature WiMed fljjf City Town Ordlrrnnqes The Cohilngb Mait Disgraceful Repuiblilt Teach Exaininaiiort Ncws t TIIL ofcD IOSI 4 S J f isr n In r f i r fl The city opcniseptcmb Bfit to i d r i Ism HO t I not tint I i over x resignation H Duncan rank jri1 I The soll who never et an opportunity for sqying a bar 1 thing of was asked the otherilay wfiyther fiify ycry particularly d his answered C think tlieiinnst clicorhlgsian of tfic tiines Is the mil niid heartfelt flyinpnthy br the JVefildent which lias exprcsstd hy ihe people of the For tbo llrat tline since the war the southern people have beta nctlng naturally hnve been iidling Vllliont hny regard whatever to and tlitiy have sympathized ns deeply with the Irest leut lu Jila Judging Irom what as I think this q splendid THOUGH we rose ifrom thedead thele woaili stiti it is pleasantto doubt I told you and to I The last case of tljc doubter has jusf turned up in Ver his name Linden He writesto the Louis after stilting is opposed to assas fiinatioii or law brnaking Any deatrip 11 scirioni to and ll thr ciirouln tintts napr Jljatniljon and htvc taid sband tij of intendi 1 jo be re they ciiiiild with 1jhui utatiohssoferis to ntdnpt to deeitu the i I Itis plain iniiw tbit t6 the first relapse of l the Ir i lent dwtJIing in foiols iiuri isa use of the fcjnift jfic would dm The socpii1 incision tuns ti ihajp been ip i to Kci optli thf Itiwnstin aptit ipUianofUla ilJib cavity Iluit wotifrl l llowc I tin Ctj of Ihejlnick of the bill I of jlns oj ci itipn tfe pul 11 uln bi ut ol itl Jtit i i itliir lir I nunilXjr pj au HI noith ist aiii thiy On la Milt oil 1 Harris Si1 oollfiouse 24 by f being builtnear in used as a the lirick work I fit Kishoj lit 1 is not is ojiinion that hicition is loo iPreident iht H lasljHick ui it ton p is i 1 wav imlj illel 1 inc llml 1 he nus uul InhfKCfii killui on Moildai In pOMfWIi AvhiUi Ccsilur l Mit mdntnicdt hue nn I n jMiihont tin Ull M1 i n oeni is too I better than inijieri tllat in fifteen he the evil Pf many tbirius la see the ijin system is the ill tbinjrrt it i i I j mon i like filXj 1 iidtii nd iji HJIJA in J mji s j ui tl UK mlllip stir iI111 geonstook bisbn0l tin slilllltl 1 K jl use tlu pionii tiludt I t the patient the itcriibk tbU ttlllltL T U ml I hn i It hhgbeen rdtnarki 1 tint is i ittftJ l13 n in Inyl wtmllbi itud his best dajlsThes tlurfk cliuiLintlu c IhuTcason tjathrd s hiji fouiiil n ha tin hi was he expresses the idea that Presi at He thin nsei with ithe whole Ip reconso ipartyon the Garfr oes on and g and that as concocted Gar ulate the Eepublican esamination of SI dose the pjiysicians bovc emphaticdisbelief a dent Ciarfield was sbp yes a number of reas closes by sijiying A physical wouldc xinept those made Mrtberaiice of off the SOME Wuerib pressed a idiot in Ohio ex President Garlield miglit dieol wound the assassin Cook very prop i eriy knocked the itialignant churl down who expressed a horrible arid in human Cook w1 arrested aiid The Cincinnati a fund to jiay the fine A popular chord was struck and names and contriUudons have been gttit in all The fund has about and no one person was al lowed tci subscribe more than one Uter licfuidating tht fine costs the j remaindbrof the inbrioy is to goto j The got a magnificant iidveri tseinentl A subsci iptibn of seventyone their Till I ill 10 thai diiy tin neck vnnivtr angs come dlwella with ioJ tensity iipohithej thCtiiL i Thoife tint the sufliinrjj and silent liian on bisbaik m While all these weiin Weeks of long anil nights had all unoccupied fjo no kjioH hiiii flis brain has always licui nmaikjlis and i t beliusithoughtlthroupi i pood niam f i rtllcd anil In lie viill get though Iltomtup u but1 there are danqcis tint HL o would be not to Like mil pit s joi th The ball cirrt jl intn list it bO th It drop into th N h Hit F not bd i yUL holt n r 1 i4 for alndi ketills i c n Suiniax tnuh of the biaTiSJi fere it faultof j of j i j The of the s ift se studcnhi tllat wijen have enteRlJaiHciigol or ip a lorthirith tlfg head to of MI foreign did they ways on so iiuny American in mi toM i praspcttsol u stptt ugiow Unit Mr liejuh he has not i 11 come l pie t s lion was not mentionedIn C day although najonlv lu favor of But otlui cltj wis J tract to build a nirAltj l grou id UUt niLiiib td be ured the Vof The aforisaiti oounUIIuan Is par project butnuliiii a full parl i A run mi t ijjtvi occurred foqi milesiwS city on tin O laMtiuHi i ft antl o tloek IKkular it ph jiuiiu of a sp slow on uccouulof a bnuli laf s eaimost iiij shod Itaft livid IJ Ills was In tht attcrnoou ml iin of bf 0 v 1 dlidinindu and w biirlid Moilil n f iver Maisuld T j t Ion l j sawill 1 cntintly school Ctat rutifortjlturul in our tolirf isaiii Hi in L It is U 1 ins njcclid ind nfcwhafrolnantld jit boanleH at t t jc Iin hr lt boanle home of a widow I nMncd Mulj 5 ucii tin or ifbrK miles south of tht J Our trredp n the war Djrftljie i countv n were licensed tcriiliirrv i lu wjthit a tlffcjad spjintei have it rough tha this no likcl ian I ebt lijliah much tniie h is elapbod an we may to IHUtve toioccurl if inflainmation should in tiAtl P on the t nil IK t ill nH g periiKo Hw creth ait am Mlt Duvitl Ellis antlfl 1 ollv and Jane Jfjetaahd WaiJacuaAl from the we might furlv hope tKA i Ixepubliru the prove fat essarv for it would it thf The gravitv of opcnU would be iii rta eel an 1 tivere wojild be a of cliancta fur theijatietfts I It is unrortlinate that thtTre iduit has tolightfor life iin an unwholesome it lire Hitsj ironj the soutli windjblons thl White art notorlousK mabrioui The improvements in W ishmtoij that were so celetiratedIn tew marsh 13 ketperiLint if n tit it tlnj shou qt moU station Ttluis l 1 AItsT an trouble not of itsjioisonotte en When filled with citv dirt The President shoul The rtmoud ijj baieain thn and erfon lopnkxeper t thatftfc otilVteSj the c irnnipnlj JillLd1 A sav lu iildjl u sahon for wid be the the him siivll i u i Right and March i married on the E propo would be pttd lndinn nit t lilfitniidoi sllflulon w ikt it w Nol I is injimd list Muled In stole tht Mud wiliL la I ill sell tin m bin w mi llnlaj brought In tfils cilj 1 ind Marsh ftf unr xamln illon was put ifcjjull A3ILSJ MI nis no prospiit UhlLli Mm ib rOrtcn ililgbisl p tptr in i feitrd tilt audllnc it Ill oil Jleeessiri to the I OlIl Iarllni llit ol nillm ni tlie DC nfflre Oiirlus tlitj f uj iillod to Iharl 4 I tilled to I 11 SinUh called to I called to MlUst r M1sS UMItl to J t called to Itolil Micjl Jlow 1 Jcallod to re tT COMBS has If ind hrticli ill i renew for hlm lltd loonier the In I lohlsalldns I 1 piae at UoinlJf llonrlng 1 has becu jor Kevirnl 1 OF ibtoiMs Laurels Ilorijildi i1 U S j H Into In i f ill tovn rtUtlvJ I uas Unvn Hot and still drives tinroan s the contract would do EXHIBIT AT tf v I los ol Port n Hint llitlr w mm w in J Mry short fastt j Informs us I tueen tctH i 11 I s junlilir have put and sold imf in still IIL beams of the n and hi him b that altiioiji he 4rt tli to the i Hl lie will MS less itrnned is aboui IterlLied mth hi 1 patent hree hundred and the change of to becdqie out tfie The President wants to I cm vuirowx Kftto arid his doctor Thn lllhl fill t 1i JllJ t Cents was made up on withjthe names bf the i which were puWisr The preface to Bubscriptic u seems in bail It alludes to the si as thougl we had any btber kind herp and speiksbf the jtool who hoped wou in this citjand sent Wke him sei voyage but the 4l Home is the place for him and whenever he can bear transporting tlieit iltter he should go The wharpeat apprehension we h ive condition of the Prftident m thijt there may be a failure perhaps soraewbat suddenj in hia strength He has endured iso j much calmh fectualjK kno tVmtdi Brn f i J that Ii is iteakness as hardly un will poweir lias been Ididie as a Copperr iheaiL JThat is a term formerly used ioj nlesignptc a Perhaps the man was a Democrat are some fool All got what lie 1 Now start a popular subsiription to to hang the cowardly r Republicjui sin and stump speaker Guiteau y averagetip the odiajui business if there V is to be an to make from the xwintdr t4 bottom outre if aml towhsutni i amnitt Hit yil slniuk ilxfi Mrjor In made punnl Att ty nn onft mcorflorat tl cil W m i Tills STATE The condition of to erted to the but it wears out with long suffdrinf r n plainer way th says of j i The President it w is neccs He was told was next question Will the opei Uidn he oilextensive It w is eudenth frpni that he hjid Jan idea tint pogsibjj the isurgeons intended forthq AineV saw this and the side of the that no i extensive operation was He thera explained what nds to bis tlie purpose in detail telling him that the operation not be attended with any diflieilltv that it was simple in and thatthouaht good results would follow The Presi out about hmejtejiths of tlJO cj e pufi atjl f f ind ussunrs akes hnxl dven itl ill bd n timbered jnjthe citk It ii cfbftie the President is It excites uni very it is 16 desires his s xwould bejdifficult to being icedy It conceive of a BO fiendisiV in spirit as to Wtertaiiji a desire thathis wound should provfl But it js a mistake that the President mean s sympathy jRepuDliciin policy or its lead On the the President the boldest pos sible prominence the quiilities of J be condition is the autgjWVh of RepnbJ ieau Tmi wound anpJtheX peril ca lamities for iRepublicanishi is re The excite sym y for Iheie not cucles TJhtre is STetiuniTrrn mosphere i that 4 McDohalil put forward the i DemocWt ana in 1SS4 athjir cmju v Prcsidencj jf any iojie pres plTCe H to ciettron Tatt fall would not doitoniakeachWc the Deniocracyh erebnlj olhccs GuSteaa said the I over the matter for a while I orter said tile fesbt to administer an an BS cv wanted ollce Harrison asked whether it wcfuld be i He was told th it it jvould The President said I am tied it will not for I can I stand much yjiia was the first time that he had or any signs of and the doctors I bad court rnh BM1W The Immense Egyptinn jearavjin llliaAllinl T Hill Esqs md xL6 to thinl ol restoration touf tbto their fornitr fc sf J want of jiin I But yet if ruin would in alto at a rop I UtoQN VI iif r I OXljTICS capaelt It was fcnown to the plnsiuans that President to Uklmg any as be had expressed liimsejf freelv on if hat pouit on the oo casion of the Srst operation when ho to the incision made rather than take i ether This con elusion was corarnnuicated to the Presi dent and he consented to take the etHei Tho is to stand the opu itiou with Demoiiracy not wnnt am thing himself judgment oi the physicians that he was not in to stand the opLjitiou being lirat produced Ibe gave the closest attention to Fimllj nhen the napkin was held the sponge saturateU with either Was I took a have says thje Jfew Vork the strife cjf it has not reconciled It JisstSoot a raajoriiy xin It not ieven harmonized the On life apparently iir the the discord of his party reached a heigl tineyerattained bc Its ipassibns were eicited to the that accusations of responsibility for the assassination eye i were hurled from one faction against and repelled vwith a Bitterness corr ssponding with onatignity of the ta this vote decided the teadfrg hoc beeh deduced to private of his followers are left in chronic dis X i icture was never painted ihe quanWliia the Republican grew fiercer wbii the peril of the flfas the mos i and if ifpfpr the He soon sue JcutubeiJito the influence oi the abd the surgical task waa performed i i Tbht which is apparent this is that about reached the ipi jfbf his he has not great reserved force that his re COJerj ijipdfi the abihtj of those him in charfie to build him up to begin il without dtlav Lootjpotiee Fair Fflir ot the gOoteeyVgricultural ind Meohaiucal As Ull lJIi Harrison Was an at list Cmiteaij tor disqirds Ins linerjils andsli Jficorge in it the j de ilehtv jffice stel er ihoots Ci him a it greatest an old licer C Alt Mi f 01 msnlctoi port to make wjy fcaljiohtidan nho ilabt iri thfi There is a grow ing ph TKMPI ass uj ithgjl dt is oust of tMbroj iercd gv connh feeling of the greatest Ee it slumbers now it isfdnly for a short arid ill break oi it again at flu early with more intehsi bitterness thaQ and cauijesthe not tolerate such a pai they exercise the rigV verdict at polls tSe will be exiled Irom po or the old The people will and t of making partyJ be on the grounds licar Kepltember n to 17 111 I The Lokgobtee hjis reason to fho uniform success of itswnriualexufibitious of itsjsniicessa its indomitable pd Capt C 6 who knows to arrange the devils and also blow1 to advcrtise The are very liberal and the man agersinijohhce that khey will be paid mi atotj make the coming lair attractive jin all its appoint mpnts of fair iever held on the A good attendance county mayvbe relieti upon not a palihcitl Rtpqblican State oonvejitioi BUnoci diptncts io sett tha has assumed tlu iuqst take the oj WrJon the questif lie this question the State Coi e as t the ifhr ve tl Prohibition wi Ijorth went jo tbe Hi The election ictuuiJ It impossible to cstinate th one land thlft mil donithii it diduld n o tl e cot thev pie iso native of at the E or anv t the distnc without being Jia venti ntiirt J4dtyj wend m i bathing just pKo Uuct pieVswhere tlip Hvatdr vyasi slial Ion though had not two of boys deptli 5erb drawn by twentyii n ftet of water droivned in jiiinol nieijt A dispatched foi fthet home with of the andjthe entire neighUbrhbod turnetl out and assisted in Will lillllon imspurihBcd the ifMor propnrtj iliniKi r or nut ill nds to blisscdntfsi It ap mall h eir nppeai ancu A ILOSF r VI rfrh yesteiday iiaf Bethany Pi of Vngt teelt 4V n Estate TransrenObr clnlinp reported the mogt tan TMOCR VT I o Lucy and jUlorge It wild 4da iu si a Ingb McCoy et lix lo tb Trtiftees F pt lot TCbr nai S pt u Pher Burch Grn oa in Elizabeth Chandler tfaj Chan insiiOVI irfj on tjanrf tarrlco et nx tp llishii L and s5 Ui QQ HeniyBulger et nx tQAiSarew Boeder HBO oo lotttiialid 1 bllf laffurnefs I AourTi A f W U5 l 6 WJlght Clark i Wilsons 00 Miry Surphy i jua t fj fjuv thirtea U I3 u W 00 tat IS hreVYonne B vtterTon tiiuroeube7ryPatter The The North CaroHua EJectlon s mlt an isst the state has goii mstprqhibition ie over s far as countv was4imed i l be L1 3 where stiie to he have jail guen heard Iroui anh proliibi The xote gEOCs lofea wi Ipaders had wonth nWeSs T ie far us to Jiay anything rtbont Will the onounc ajorih joidSi TUL i VILLI pop rju wii th Tiio clop in this htviinn A Irom aboirt one to ten4 bushels nei acn In eaiise of the allure is attribute to tlii nvHit olliors to fn KialhuJand hvL V at niiuiy to the faet that tllo siiiiie LIOII ins herai tint in nht also it td protlllji Mip we thlnl Is the rial cause ainjnlimllelds wp ild raise most othjt kind of rain anil w fertiliVi Botjbc disputed we woqltl fiml that w If Jre was one stalk hrol Lu on nccount olSie I would be a dozjn dpiin jnstj In tin slrawMSot Kin vjiff uKwidrettrj f1o Also in land lint h is n sow n rrjntlrL In win it for sew tint riim prodiieljd in r igq Most of iSt ground lilahle for at fills iffin continuously slntt AnffiLst 8h Hn t ConaenucmK w htll thcftlilnre ii erCjw I be d t hit lh ht liur X I at I rora ami faiffd to Broiliico wheat durliti tftff la I without pLl nn I railroid Illli the Ii mils of easSru eanlL li ll ju bo tlmefo J c euens i 5 Times asjnaijy Times as many antf tl fill l Ill Wiisli I Mm slnry ALONE sensatioji ofUhe nee the Human Cannon Ball a p ijcfm the summit fit Wfjh v stallions flftG iihii qAMNt iriaE ALdNE L A froin t rj sldn V s ikhcr di ad or McstiarneiS ceaifd on iccount if MbneMn prices 81 3 gb I Bed at 8 Duph fied Bample Kales of 600 Uush Ret m jet at 81 Bsh Beddo at 31 bash liard Koi mixed i iicat tin CKlilngJs now jield to l Tlieuew fence uround the J yard is con Parhani hingle factors pns 9gtB Tv 4 to cu JATTI EComnion Kooti to 34a4 75 fy swkJVt ctTolce Si 50 core Ttb oh common to Blllppcrs S4 extra 1 WTA feW ata sjisjfodn Doors en at I much Uie oWiolntinuit of r fiheriii and hope he M i Desttsfihiis Notwithstsindlnp I l TlKlianupoltl Ti that the position ol the the bedi we shall soon have K iuillp mi msteaii of i hnlletm i   

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