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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 26, 1885, Washington, Indiana                                pUintifTs Murphy rHein tiorii of ji f j j tlie week of the CoHn khe DEXOCBAT will IssUe a daily 1 h inper tljc same ske as the weekly DtMO Beginning on October copies be Distributed t i the bulk of them on the I Joptes can alwas be had at the Secre i office and at Floral Hall during S Ilie No charge will be made for It will contain daily ibout Seventeen columns of and reading It till bo I a splendid mediumthrough fcllirh advcrliftcrs can talk to the iiusincss men who desire spaci in the I paper should send in their favors at once and not unit to be called f UK liwrencebnrK Kejatrr last week ii ItotJbhn Clark tbe Commissioner and I John the fngalive mixed I This week it makes the Qasette ahonldnt worry about the rmonnt lot money in the will see that nobody steals tj and tiat no more of Uncle Sams new bills are used to corrupt TUB C axeOe falls into tlicpopular error junong certain newspaper correspondents late trnsatefl of this 1 is bnt 2C years of As a 11 alter of fact he celebrated his rtwenty i nth biirthday in Tus C oatfc peaks kindly oil onr new iJeraocr ttic trust eeas follows of Jamea tow Din ip by tut Ipening of the September Hefrona Address to tHe Grand Juryi past eight oclock onlasl Monday riorning the loud nrolonjjcd ringing if the deeptoBcd bell in court Owcr gave public notice of the fact that lie time for the convening the cfp ember term oi the Circuit Court and a minutes Jater Judge Helron intruded Sheriff Biir to oriqr She which was F n list of the Court the J tnd the Bar j BlurUTJohn PronccallDE Attoinejr Denuty i Urpuly Shcrllb MJ ilmiii i J Dfputy Iroaftcutliiji D JlousoUnllliriltlcharJ and FJrkb Vnijljita Uooltljand William t ji The oraud Jdljn N Padgett Jojenn tteuben Uough and Samuel 1 i UrandJnry BaJliBAibert Tliu Iilit jonnptj t lialuh Jra William John Itobert ill TfteWavlera County BarJooc lohn WlUlaDf Gay Jam John jpnu John rfamuel Ed William Joioph Uiyncijohn Arnold Van f 1 Emanuol Bcitman nnd John Gt who were drawn as Grand excused and Stephen U6n8b sSamuel Scott were appointed in F Goorgc ol IMejU the Odon merchants WD0 failiid last made a report he baa received cash to thfe amount of 13 and paid out leaving a balance of SHB 73 in his life reported that he so7SiCfiUn giving geneial aaiimaclUnnd notes and 50 in notes that ine It is the assets of this tjrni will be realized enough to pay fifteep or twemy cnts on each dollar ol indebtHlnesgC j i John Graves pleaded not guilty to the u OdfciB retcivcdiand plSntiffilor was ji jjj ji Infitiof fcarolnio ward alftjircd at i i uarijianship ot Con I JUUJUIUUOMIJ ua luardlatt of Peter CdflJiHugh bm stnckerf from the dockfcfi KboioUoiting guardiani and J jcon3rmcd Howard Crookoi re j Uobn gdn of Sarah Ki AweAs miinorheirs iffi t8 Eflen S4nhams minofi HflllYrnan of Marj Car iaSTiw heirs John iaining liKti Chirlds William Hyftt Sa ftdmxJof PbilipCruseftstate J of Robert adm of JosjSph Uj Josfeph B balance of 05 on sSd Ipr tin ward was approved i JEhiffollSwiTigestates were ttrickea ifailhedocket Garret Rdm of fflnahanilifln Connafehtonj jot John Cdnnaughton ryftidmjof Hannah courw W to iariui oMen against the towninln except hiijoilJr doeT He U nd above all fiaa tbe repntatjon rf being an noneat i El tbe veteran editor and inieufto ropriefeir of the Princeton has Hayncs was appointed 19 of Princeton Bhimi beert Abaction of Congressman in b con larhand calendar Mcorina Evans appointment is an T t claims against JacbU ilileplijckB estkte werealiowodti Logani B SI Albert AL SmootL admof tojj i Jolro adin of frcssly shlfl of real I F Elalin of 3ane fc Ellis itf tn Ellis was aJlowod at i ji fhicvcstitp ofAndrew being vaSno tbrtn ippropriate recognition of a deserving s discossingVCongtession possibilitiet Vincennos Jftut says that in the Cobb should again be a candidate forthe Congressional nomina tipn Mr ONeal may appear aan con but only as a tender to ibe Met does ONeall injui He is incapable of such a should he conclude to enter the we feel authorised to say that he will be an fie and a tender TiTEiXincennes Commercial U quarrel ling wilh the Evansville Journal as to which the credit of firit an nouncing the trustees The Commercial has the gall to assert that the CuaaaertitH was the first paper to publish tbe county swindles to the As a matter of fact both of onr The Journal has never had full ac count of the affair that it did not appro priate 1 rom some other Be fore thi editor of the Vinconnes Canmer I ctal ever heard of the as com pfete aecounls o the gigantic frauds as could be secured at tbat time were in the office jof the Cincinnati Louis Indianapolis Journal and Cincinnati Commercial Bent from tnis city Tho first intimation of tbe matter that onr coniem t iporarylbad was that sent him by a friend who made up his Ip by from tbe dispatches of the 1 Journal and Cincinnati i En this Lhas been placed above the There were one ImndreJand one causes docketed for trial at ent term of Circuit There thirty State causes andone hohdrcdi and fifty one civil Of theiState causes Bare for U lor 5ifpr assault with cache for murder and carrying concerned and 1 each for atteltnpt forcible Ot the civil edits 24 wore for 20 on H for 13 on i oc Leo James Sllnningj f olBonham i Gill roll was allowed at M JameSpmiloys T it t f T he rsij reported balance on handbl 5 Flic report approved gdn iuowed WO or his j gdn ol Abraham D are drainage pelijtions thfe The uken in the matter of nclioti tatcs o uBVpE tiwTisbip of Indjana la yet ifilfjrestingllfemi thronglfeut thB Hooeler I ho rfo imptirt ant duvclomflcrtts since iBst Site is that been hajc xposed c qpkednesd in o small among vari ous trustee tfiu it isprbb ajjetliat yet to Trubtcc ol Mdpon township orders nhi out in moonlsjtq c ares that liis n ime liassjjcen Itorgedto t icin and ltBwi 1 testify to jthejiame be lpjivi 1 Ak the tjrtnd Jur c lie it that o ljis jinny lie arested imeil toeilns alcjiiarfte as tajjjt triiije is bpv eUilby I JiJiBr whijj was Canada lUf week ri turned spya trip was n r rp ind not Jfrr tlitepqrpbs flsecurinRfaid f om Braw rbpo rtoujts on hand rted the for her saidSwardsS I y TT i for 6 each on and j of lor u a 4 each ion of to quiet and pn official 3 each to recover to set aside for i n f Knotopitir UiClllr W DCfc MfcVl i 2 each for tn KUUvai j i to set aside to set rrr snrety of peace slander and one each or breach of op notes and for trial and an j Allen who was flharged embezzlinglSS from Ilyra by jury on He was acquitted of tho chargi STATE BC8IXES 1 A large number of causei feons lor various offenses wi for tbe nrrelit of detendant were Causes ts Mkhacl Causes Horrall ys William Eske HniQUUU mi ntlilati S OE Sachet liijnias gdn of reported on d igdn ofjjlary izpstrictes rtported fait WentSwIthHbfe anajtolanco ot 30 due hts wardjMiomaa of William BiddlS wbiclf in I enojylvai waj ordered receded i l aviqss gdfl ol made final report wb 5 i State vs John Bailey for assault led weVip im Kelt against him aga re continued iandiothers x rel Bf idpei i Ijiziq bx iphs J otaie VH jou teryand for carrying conce gtato vs John WilliL Preston attempt to j State vs William Plea of guilty nnd i i State vji Elijah by court fined and State vs Andrew nndilLpO nasanlt Trial byyurysjverdict j j SJ i j At time of going to preiss tbotria of Strange for larjeny was j ia i i f CIVIL Causes JCdinund gdn of minor Ualnnje on hand of admr of Ki ffliaodlprs Ruth Bhandlar to sell real w HefWrnani was jnppointed utiafilian f fjWrfor a ff ll iman n admr of SariileLeilgerJ ycjported final spflementi Approved and admr Feagnrts admr of ircported SH4 lianif wjksj e Brawn tt defend brought agimBt his Mr Brown refused to bei in jryiewed jny nore say tlmt tdiemenlsfiegaiilinB theltiiiiouhts of Tor ers that lifivp b en issuoij ijindijtho sum f money Iollanl IB in the possession are liejclnd all Ilis Ib it J hri Clarkro has ctee to Canada o join h r Tiic itualion ofiClaries jin Mont omery is ihowi ttractinj ihe attentionof lie It is f saida bad bee Jookjing jih e bp set ilde the deed f conve jinco to Clnrke ndhis I 2cd o thfe lot n whicl Clarljes house tnnds waforKinally T arkebyithe Ecntlen i ler was qever recordei i It IB said that nother dged wis made l few weeks e original deed havinj id this died shoi as iingexeMted lo John Clarko and his Upntr ordinar ach a joint owoersbip ronldbe gooid as InKn 17 atlraah I 1BB reppr w red S50 for his n of Billheimer tg 3 CotrinS Williams clai ssly Willi ien on ft I in r j AU ipl te and elaborate report of the iin itnense steal appeared in the OOUKT r on Septern t The first of the large daily i to pub iah tbe complete story of PoUardBieet Michael seduction S scheme and thetrustees flight wai theB Jacob Garyer vs Richard Aliije Eauli j Indian ipolisVoumai Reference S fileawfltprove our t ot Oommlalonera may tat broagit tl not doing tnetr dntr by inrnini at of wnen he on the tria bem UK Inatead of inc A treat deal at tnelr door toi tSeir parUsan endeavor to loreen i nEd prwenre party Intact Tbe attempt to make the ppClii believ i tbe County Commissioners con nived lo screen tbe defaulting trustees ii tbeir 1 andnlent transactions is as nttcrlj contet iptibleas it is malicious and lalsi i if It if aware of tlie fact that thi Board of Commissipners IB composed o honor who would not stoop t rachi In tbe Cfarki trustee Of Barr township t i yeariage but spring U knowa that lioth Irig whatever was aaid or introduced ai eyidence relating to the issuing of fraud s nlent that no such a charge wa fliedaralnst knows from itsown report it the caie that the Commissioners al they epuld with basing their vei i diet upon the evidence presented oi triat i In this case tbe Goalie baa stead Ily a partisan position not to abide by an honest decision it sUl continues to harp upon tbe subject ani insinuate tbat onr present Board of Com i migaionen is guilty of conniving fdonyL accuses the Commit i afonerk of whitewashing him it simpl that their yerdict was in oppoe tibn tii the evidence whichi knowi i to be both a wilfnWmd rotlicioni TJj ialaeb xxL Inatead of making tbe asset ttona it why does it hot go to it 5 own1 file and produce the evidencea grven in tbe trial upon which it hi co ild have been found guilty of fratj of public and i ntnpi ed from This would not b in ace with its method of procedur Insinuatingly H in that wbic burg vs Gfus accotjnt Ai OSeall va Elizabeth Hciotzmin ajiS Ellis Viale vaG4org E ij H i Causes Gt Fosdykfe ysj Beitman and Benjaminllr to 8CUUCUU1I i Ulrich et notes Margaret James damages WJiBftrtoft Melissa JVallace and Laura attachment Mary Kinross vs Ralph Kittj divorce Sarah et al ysi Nef rue bills batepeen nj i the insjructibns of Jdjjge HBI theiQratidJfary which willbo found ofHnt said V TB Atkinsonya Susan S vs Gathering fcudTetbri Campbellj i Retort ofvJbbq received and apj cause i j i Daniel Bogers etal vs Jackson jA316n BillheimerB report of distribution Ki Barber vs Geojjfe tachmentj Judgment for jtf w IO DCl f r John Traylor vs Mary L Coari partition Vollme1 vs replevin Josep i yft Nefson Burrias et nofe Thomss Graham VB John qniBt title Taylor and TB Jonathan ndte IJouis and Isaac V8 Judgment for Iplfe j t i I Henry Mendel et al Harry j Judgment for ptts for SOS P j Same raHarrj Bray ahd i Judgment for ptfs or 10I anlnst Harry and niaac TVByers vs John note Judgnien for ptf fo ami tobo ioSticmfcm Tutjlaw It re Into tbo of u 3f thoSLaU gonerally and th fof aoelely aetoanit tnat iuiyrilthfully and one or t Our i nxra carryldgppo re It no reason or Sig 1 wbe Ii WlEl Deaitiojr let oa going oat to mlfagle wl ncau mlKlllef and icii i toos iupoaltlon i a of penonal cldea that I aVo oeeurred ir duty to rlmlna laccaoil large A gd uopen are ftclllef and ruanlt iupoaltloL act penonal II wi i aVo oecurrei Bee the direct ereiore aelgb i by nd mod Jeriiofe cbario InakS ttiingind rigi t luvcutlgatlonwilila raal i tho ilhegtUriy partwa maybe toJttUot K onrMtliecrlimt cannot oeM trbventttl leBabltofcotrrlngiConeealelJ j male 60 eSpontlve tbat ir peo Vtfsn most Jnqalre InUJ wlllfal a W oince ol pnbuoJfflcerato rlptlonln the to any o or col the tat description bai ie tbi calf Aour i more Specially lf I ilng tnaioondnct tot ebffi at t wtfw which hU inoc Innooont icaatnltlUtntUou ol oar p without l ing ncanclal d nd Mtrajlni iblt Ujanlhi aaac Judgment i Martha Jud Martha Hopkins udgment for ptf ruin honest mena reputation nrttbobt proof or evidence of any kin Such illustrations of man degei eracy are rarely The foi whiij er In tbe gossips i month asj It from ear to ear ie character of soruo good ciUze to be the method adopted by Sb making charges Ibrt i lent menof thiaj county who at i hMt i e pobl vs aliHaWMl Gfeenwoid nnd tevUjKj Judgment for ptf for end i William Campbell vs PfosperiKai Kai lap Judgment for property and ages and J t Jamea vs Jodgihentforptf for 55 Washirigton National Bank Weeks and Nicholas nolp ment forplaihtifT for 01 i IVcrsalla vs AIMSana abelh plaintiff for 1 and cpeti rJEL jpatfleld and bUa for 96 22 and Washington School To Continental Insorance tOl Vfl iblifilofnotrt and ana In neceataSy U i dUUM and iriiporur pool1 Jle ptt repri iuuu the private ojtllcn wt fuotmng to tue public but bbKduilea t aJ fc oveWli tbepffloera who crii laV and onarged with admin Lion tbonia Inot the vlolliora of 1 f they be ft pariat nycoouact wiiVriln uie conn dpTli npoa gonvlcUo ffili be noed rtfllenHbafti BOO jm imprfioiMl tn p two otSnjore tna Abd another Oxeli any wl oorftipttt PBOIIC offlor by fligldng I olrect yogbatwntu ii very DRY v r J4i ort tine eydry prie will 1C And f f j i f j i f here do that youj iy R cheap afij i i therej is to j matter tho ii I reason for I i abovje Startingout j Q I oundli oo itl White llafiine i i fii Roflsivc In ams wii o arkebyithe Bcntlem n of Iwhbin he nadeto John of Tliiadeejl liow able at A l and e market i j befbrje ym imake y i 1 i your to i Ji H ti V s1 we to show 3 Sliow you a tiests i1 km tH i White T i I j 1 n oil jii 20 cdnts and ruajllBliKJc upasf i i I IP 1 I ffetylouU allwool factory 1 i i i i at oforci 7 ttai iferiSiifeicb thaiilr iainst a lit inthi nsfer mit inie bf John C para it is that the secure pricei if yojujwill ex the Ithosqluyiifg I t 5 Sax s5 1 I i v we inoxbi milile t i cc has has een occutiitd y Tnrnblqoii Ictterjjrpm this citj tl idianapolis 2em that was U df award mistak and miasijte things as ftlfatiCharles trtistce of this IBS the bijenleo Eureka Tile Evfrybody in Mi county nee recognize the purcka iln wasfiiateritcd and Downed by and n and Gliarlcy ijrown neyer had any tiiresfin nor did he patent In p rtl of the State1 Where alliilie parties ar Hot knqivn the slkteroentbf the Neies is to rio soui I owners ureka aijd tlieyiire at cfJexcusable SBJritoii Peel comparilBa to his cl DVan nn iidifli apolis s Kbol snpply Jtas in thSbltyj thiswec to sei about the eMlectionibl wor orders that Van WijSi h6 da ngai 1st tisela andl Ba T Uownf Icele Sid arepSrtef thjit a p the supplies r whichihe warrants i are Issued had Iready bleb d iliyered and Deceived by ie ian Wit sriropoises if will paVjjfornho goods delfvc he v ill surrenilet the lupplies hat hjive con senljtio ho towt To make I pronosilfen was object isit to The divided rhon tlii ee town 1 After noetW Yeelo thcrc irter waafoW that Va ijWieiclaimaifhat ippfiei w iro deli ered at a watv rn Chia go that t county lad ri nted for no Cdnsisted of TThecamieotJohn L jDodion vsthe school toilJnsb p of ReeH in this e hiandle ofij tis1 cjasiil ini bur stbci yc J I f mn an saVes yo4 soimb mone I t S I i S 3 I I t 9PWP IM ii Kit il a iSl BOfiTSAND eto We cirrya fn st GQiyp Mens ahd Bos ffie t i friim the best i t houses iri the i i n T present tbfmtil las important Vmnatfint if MUM Bearing o asteta In u6e wits ac UCUTIUU iUt M case suit brooght t recover Ow two notesto jie ataoitnt is sued by iHceve thfe Judge of this circuit gav6 a judgmer Jor the The appeals Xp the Supreme Court and7 U e decisWvof the Jower Court wa3Reversed m J VVUlk IT V T i f back The decision the comblaint did not des furtjishei Withe schools ntSrisu table fo iise nrrpnted were clevich the incite BJ P Hard As new delivereOibr a bilheischooj poratlonjl TI e articli ilwerd the McBliue th T T tere given to tJ vMi Judge Divid Hefro jjof this county atlor py idilhiscnusu HtfitM tpinl nrcsido WaB UU lUltMVO cu llfctvt VJ it fras o i 1 cannot at the Jud Niblack was invitM to 17 the t liise bijl The deciilon rill be bked for With a great i fl Thursdays Indianaf i f ii f oreayn IfcDo of that citylookiig after W clients ijfnter mount o oes hot give to i repot ars t anything bar but to an acqoaittUncc nnv oiv was orently r ji toufiiflc BnyMjxijf inow afcythiiig abon and Other Crifeina he Was stibj and ho to be brouiht bidk to bad be tir ii for for J irould p ot piobablpjtl at an indictment nli iy be i ett Pollard niianBioH tinder Itrand it m nd tbat i part of Mc riyent seerris waJto pi rtto it be pressed he LlLt ba JpSrtKiilarly SitverjTo feet Bollard jjback Ii tU the taktti r he bej II ngjto tjprdera by itfithey jfies father th n come bMlfjx Uekl j uty Icr Doi I tb tfwjncla iK Slcelo lownnhtp W Mafy iniliu I el ux 1faCTls ln ip Eliior line if LADIES AND MISSES yiNE i We lltiye eiclu3ivc salic of Co1 JJittman S Coi olf i i i i Cf BEST K OF GOAJT AD BUT iJ AT TW0 DCJL WE HAVEi EVER TH1 Bootajai for tvije Shoes soil by Sail en i rfofir i iter Staribiand BoQtg bacmS ifltfr tM yer m by JU ili I oo ax BOOK STORE i 5 c i UEALEI i H t l 1 fjilp tiifilfcrtii ii IIOJ fad od III DEALERS Sc Notidns arid Fane Mtlrttirop ph ihel spediijl1 ir quiry jnt if i i M conditioa of thfe crops Ii placesjthe of J8S5 atj anjl crbtvMs a i the cornjcropjii cdnceded to r lafgel jnres V pencent J under estimates joardjof Sec tie thinks jthc ttjrnierOp wiil and possibly exceed apaCHHOiW the FaAners esti latiia o r an ayer r Svelland is ut be i avennf whoap 81 alie Initial t flil ili tl 1 1 herm d If y in If avo a apoila on Eoor W1WOI III y i IPoF   

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