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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - December 31, 1887, Washington, Indiana                                DEC EMBER Uf tMUlt AI 1 OCR IMMENSE MIKtS IN DU8OS COUNTY 6t OPERATED Urw mTury JlwovrrJ ulrrr mine ta nrar U Atwol tboa ol U now L njorr lw I twn Oil In a iwrnty boura1 run imJaitJ uoBlida ol Mil i luily orr ol trrr niTrr aud to iljr til luooJ lulu tu aooib brlt ul I irr rinu u a roo and li u tiflntrJ that ItnJ In mjiiifcfjOKSUiio IB I Mil thrreia in 10 filly iMUMira IhU Irrniorj Ilwti brro Irom ibe mloea of Hid dUmutrry ol told lu in njTicnlloral proJorU nBJ to litubrr tbrre am ool luhtr ronniira lo ibe United lor VMT ol warml to tbrlr tbtj cat fttaf it aloolil en lt do xv ol wil Its rraoarcca ul ibt la aural lonid ai ti proper man to fill Ooberaatoria lr wrUha SCO t Tbe holiday bop of ibe Irtst Orcle the Uwanl J was 1 ailti by si I romance tftti Iban b looked ami tnaoi with rach olhrr in tbrlr tn the mf of ht de bt roBxraiulaled bi tie ul Uitir Klcfer and fUrtop lornllbrJ Among t GllUtpl 81 Cirvr Cora I Luelsand toward lair mrrlinc ol OMJOC allun al dlanspoJis was an InttmU if avpoiotmrnl ul e Irotn each jrrwlona rmtlrf ra Sroontl jinlinr rra a was rrlurn by ol Knox also l Thors prvwult CITY AND COUNTY NEWS BR4CFLY AND ACCURVELY ICLED BY fnr Ihe Grn a brarty A Tata j at tke has been lecj out the Plate on ttlf IaricK trarrts baa madnj II a o SnJ oot who lube sl OrpaUlran In tbe Aa a of hrr IntuMwaiion she firmly declaire tteonlf Repntr worth valuation if Home mi licae who to carry tbe Bute al the To the Brpabli thU U dolrlol news II al iUh ccjiriy a year the elec ia bol ooe lUpoblican lhal lias a rtiance to carry Jbe ibs alias lion In til months lilwly be socb al ft tbe tUpabllcao heart liu lacolt I Joint1 lifhl tiling at Ihe rtjbl liter IHMCIIO lUc 04 it Deration ol lila ol an labor bound ropy ol foiled I noihlaj to Nation lhan ila tia ai our Clilr 10 iror apiri 01 thai 4S nnr pooion of itw in vrirt ta tiao Wt monrf 1 roiboaitJ In ib more than any srcnnol d or cowly Furvijn tl tinlrnl fiocfe to rrpft whaeoer Prrwdro tlwl ll icirrtaiJ our ouica oai o itfr fchtJtit Kudinji iumJmn ot wlnwi will dUBS BW liBiajAmnut ta Aethr coal citli O n3 llira lo fo rh 0ori roielr lo ikm iHHn 10 boom la iht a at r t cay icl coaet all on r B Un4 ttv roue brj ottJ kll lo grn I Han if ft loosrd la tjuwbVb ail drrry M a mi Coaniy Clrrk snd hi i drpoly John jnaay mar It has aottrMsd al rvaaon for tb matrimooial boom ihM girls w lilni for one more whirl st oks of litlr ewvetbraniforChriatmas lifts aed easy accepted a reason by aod as soon gilu marriage li began to Bol oo dCDM true reason U tbsl Iheaatptcioi for tbe gitiag ol as welt j dariac btlldsya it U and ckorer Ibat looked io for cany months and woflderrd that the following nnmbeel nurTiage brro laaari lo Ihe put William Ida ta ElAra Mrntlio awl tKwlml Uoulp that will Vicinity Xiwi la Wxrref among a the door 1 malrlmonUl go ordinance hr thlnics to luil it ahnot lime for a Uahloord revival f Tie ice la tarveated about ill inrhrs in A aon ol Brn Is from Pnrnmonia prevail at and tevrral are ffir Blor Club at an rntrrtainairnt Turslay ol haa brrn graolrd a patent on a hsy rake and laJi Oar yoqni prople sre wUhing good snow ibal they may e wilinprn nrxl apring a normal school at Edwardi The township sre sgitaling the votera somewhat throughout the Lyons company will begin a weeks at Seymour ncil MonJav night The Song the M E church Soaday night was very and lor a gansprirt and ers gfnrral ajent ol B A wss to city ance of company Inihfa cityTtnrs day Januarv at the Catholic churchea rere and Im prwsWe lo memhers of the cohgrrgs prompt and Urseattiadance significant of their E who look the i lace in Ihe Eilwardaport by resigned on the J3d will prohabl r be fillid by of Milcbel L Bolilwin of aay Ihe who wss given a f n ino on the nonlhern road is lain ini strepgth anJ making land office H was one of the best en oo tho A McBride MonJa V to home of his Sim near Sams condiiioi is from Injorifs rtctiveil io Ihe Irlrndsaenl him a collr tlon of and in Camplwlls sdd nraring They are I and snme snd salnlxntial snd a i redil Id Ihajt parfot the which cont nues to op An Oyster sapper wu given st Ihd resi dence ol about tw6 miles esatnf was attended bv sime Washington r ople who Ihb eveningio a manner and enjored tbe CUPIDS LOVE BUDSJBLOSSOMS AND BEARS A BRIO iFOR AN EDITORS CHASTE Uartoo McAAama to BM r BMWB 10 DM rnUHta to i Bui a Bora to TIIIH rj atoMk A Ol tbe ncnpsny booked lot next Tbnradsy January tbe Ottomwa jura Aain last nighl fWach A Bow spprarrd ID a big aod htf hly drlifbtrd aoJIrnc giving ol Fro n the rite to tall of rartaiolba wsi U oar rontloDnus roar of We nhiatrtl com Wil Hi A If moai coo pany rink them rry act U n haro all bnt Both at HavrtlyX bring eone p bol etrrythUg btigtl tod ibrj Tarctr 1 1 chiiqte oi ihit rtnwdn oat at fwrai f tt tL I Ih i W lor 4 M biff Uwtf row 4 irt VOOIRHB B ill bt to j ia mnrivnJ tram WKXtunt ib to ionsrr OM oJ i gMcwinciul bi id tmnn cl Iht tl it to lona la nrrj ic ike wrrncill eajoycd by all trial for tbe firat week of Ihe January term of Ihe Circuit Court published in this Squire hM removed his office IDIO the Lebey Main between Third sod Tbe Lyons Coal ol Greene lias been Incorporated with a capital stock of Vlncenneasnd Albany Rail road hta been granted a right ol way throogh the eity of Railroads observed Monday as a holi day by ell freights thow carrying perlslishle and are Beach Bowers famous minatrels next Thursday night snd rn j Joy Ihe heartiest Isugh ol your Trople in city snd county should re mrmtwr the date ol Beach and Bowers I Sunday In Ihe Xew and aUo i he Week ol PrayrrotwerTod gtnerallfby chntchca the world Smiley the hand cotuge ol on Flora The contjdaration was Attend the entrrUlnmrnt al Ihe chareb tonight and take article 10 given to Ihe poor ol the aad surcraifnl revival has Wrrk at thr uinflrr conb ol lh stole a number of Chrt tmss inrksys snd chicktos from Will f ayrs home Hamiday Tbe stolen p nllry no doubt tlckltd tbe palate of thi bold but It cot short Wills s ppy for Christmas and holidsy following cases have been com promisxt io the Squires ll e de frndanis paying hurdcaili to sett e the triinlile Slate on ralstlon of i arrie Hennergfr John and 81 rfUtion of Mary Blines va Pran who was ser onsly Injured by run over by a dn on West Main street ilmpr lie was riding on Whit Job dray iind was thrown from whlli lorn ipg a the wheels pawing ovfcr his bodyi Tho failure nf Randolph x He rnVrrhsntsal Pike this duo to crops aod qoenl Uilnre to make 10 A rtportrr oharrvrd op a dnr with tl aod rvtniikW Thai Islor irirpotwr1 ck Ibat w lor f Mr peer J Ibe til ofawrt as brU I fLtffi a bos ea dray to all rd M he yeod itli abat to so at caali osvcb boat A o em coaairr ibat baa daw 10 aed ratrrpi taa ol chl Tbt iu o i M Wrrr awl Ued tsta tbiaj t Wt tl euaraJ rasecrt sad M Ibtir I It Boeder irrtlopwet tbaioar waalib aa popataUoo aaaiag to ap Bat berdreid aHtb M cajaM tuaariwtol otersloi la hU dally p ttu I art at Wbeo oa a coat rota palsa t tararv prtpaiMferyM a plow laxsd M par asl after a t bUnkrta uiad M stlicb attcratlub arltb tbraaJts U wlabrs to ktil for brr aa4 cblUna alx yari a J i u w terdeea fi tax bet nwnoity iariallrcrd A ocrng that rtfj to Blilcb fce llr4 aiioa af a betvy tf ibal Rr will be I d We I prasperitT ooa OBotBtrartrd aad ari9witl to oU bei Stanley went tn InlormrJ hr la for Ihe Pingtr tJewSog Machine Thr faneral oorurred Baldwin lotejojent ai OA WU1 Gardner has been of band notisio the will caao to be osed io takini D OayHt was recipient ol aataantlal present Irom a geatlemea purae ef Joba McCarthy has added a vcrr con and aranttd wah stand In at the df pot thr work ol Aikman frame ol lU of HHroe andThinl streels by Olio are at ville f mcery had the Unit cla m on the Chnalmas v were eloquent and appn priaie aervleea were well alt Snnifay were anyf CWJJlisa servici i aa a to all memljers ol Mr h arrived in theriiySundsy aflernot He speaks in hint terms g owing ol an I nays that theaicountjof lhn recent hi aard llirrehaa lieen He ill re mro in about a Tlie carrier hoya rrtnrn lhanka 6 Ihe patrdcsoflho DmocBAr who so kindly them on Christmi i Thvbojs will now Invest the me connly ai ver ai d will awake one of thrw fine mornings o find members ol Ihe E I tourch rnjiyid a supper and fiih ond at Moaict illven and tbe sffair waa a pleasant one W en it Tbe roada are Improvlaa and If IhU wtalher they will be weto smoolh In sll pajtj ol county to having a good lime tbo olored can not be who livea fast oppos rliy across wsxon ha a boy baby fire wwka olu oaJy paaDd and a Vii cennea OwrowTrvit fallow U i ell snd hralthv and sa a cricket but la prrhapa smallest person In th world ofbtaJtgir Tblnyslx sacks ol w itching anmrtMrg like two was rec ived at the peat office yesterday for disti Ibmlon throcjbonl this concrewlooal be The contfota of a id bear Ihe frank of John OSn IL Jjclaon Martin has broog t suit rMrraborg WM Dot entirely aa tToeU Toma Cabin A of opera this week aaighber too Bmlih waa Toasdar on hliowa the war pub MotuUy and winlel lo Mortoa elab have Mrared hesd Jodie absent from meeting snd there waa DO Many af ear mtrchanU aojoyed largrW trade thai they bad for many ol them since MUblUhmeot of their Xorth Vemoo fnd ftofcv lUrriadAt I y a Battle Cole oua to both of 5orth L of Ind lait week to lk aaU Kalh Briimaa rasi by Soiomoo Brliman and family oo Bn ia the southern pan of I Stjavvtr 9kh aod Tip BbltWi arrivfl from Wash IhU They will bava a fraod rrtrjlloB at bla motbera real Evansvlllv Indii railroad for bought a ticket Imm lo bat condacior refoso to stop ibe train when It reached Hosm cmn to jump off i IB train thereby aoatoi Ing si tars Crnlcher enlettal Maqbalh school clasa Wrdpesday at bar on Th enjoyed Ihe hospitality U and Harry Harry hts beta over to a rUlm oft tba and will and Rirhardsoa baa of the iveniog young ol the snd Crolchi r made It very pleasant tor all frfreah menu were and partaker of with a that attrsieil Crank who has bern br king oo local Irricht for more than three and George for on through have b pro moiel lo sod I begin the road at Tl young and will dp to themaelvea and bono to the says Seymoor At on the charrh cbolCsnd orcKeatra wil liMtronwoUl and voeal eoncirr at that plaeax pn gramme rill be op ol voeal Insirn montal and literary Proraeils are tor tbe benefit ol tbe Odon Poodny Tbe doors of A Mala were cloai d Thura and loventoty of the com Ooherty baa lalen for J750 and the Kallonal t Mr Tna xact Ila bliUwa and are not the oitmnlon of the M and irast they alii soo i arrange af the emoar 0 ia af the Heat Itrllllaat Weddlnsra if tbe the Boyd and 8jndder were the minis ter of ibis performing in which the Mo were made was handsomelv and Ihe altirrd In pigeon blue moire Henrietta with bonnet and gloves to appeared j at her The giroom wore the anil of worn jby gentlemen on snch oc i The weddinz was one ol the moat brilliant ot ayear remarkable lolj able and the bride was the recipient a number ol ss well as Among thi vtaiiora present from a dii Unce were MiM Jennie nati Lonis Mra Cora Indianapolis and Mra Ellis LonLville Clifford anl jjames and Will and Boyd were the recipients of many telegrams oflcongratulation from friends and in various After the which was nnusn slly solemn and the newly made bnzband and wife having hail con gratnlatlons showered upon the wedding party partook of a superb Dinner a number of snd friends accompanied to the 4 Mt where the happy couple took tat tram will spend a week in and Mid Tbe the oldest daughter ol and all the characteristic charms and gracrs of her intelli refined and aWe is well calculated to make the man of her choice a anideal We congratulate our warm friend and partner in securing so besutiful and precious a Sue The Sons of Veterans completed tbe organisation of their Camp Thnraday j Following are the officerselected Charles Colbert First Lleutm Albion Horrall Second Gate Orderly StrasMrQoartermcster Horrall Otto Avery Color William Roby Sergeant of the ClarenceSoloman Corporal of the Frank Herndon Camp Guard and Picket Washington is the name giv en lo the j Jleetlaa and InaBtnrBJiran of I the of i j regular monthly Sundai meeting ol the in Onion I he inauguration ol the Week of trayer will be held at the Presbyterian at 7 j Tbd usual opening exerciseejwill be after which the of Prayer inauguration sermon Will be preached by Snb ject Liquor Traffic and Mondi j There will then bo short and nant remarks for tbe cause jdi efter which pledge be SOCIETIES IN ELECTION OF OFFICERS MONDAY NIGHTrK v followed by a praiae unjler direction of theministersof thegOBpelJ It ia earnestly hoped that all who friends in need ol gospel will invite them kindly and corcBallyJ to he present and join to celebrate the Hew day in a grand snd goo4 Tbere will be excellent By HOW AM EDITOR Tbe DlflUnlUm Which Caartablp Ont at Eacle G BBUM cessfnl where other have sigbMl in he has led to tbe altar one of Washing tons blueeyed besotiesin thei sunshine of whose smiles snd the constancy of whose love he may ebndJingly Wo dont blame him feeling a bit prnnd over capturing ooe Of the wit tieatvnd most accomplished jladles in The the The hsving been Ctunty Eo perioteudent for four years ai d having been OM of proprietors of Ihe Dxvo CBAT for mOrethan is well known in ibe county snd State as a pol Kenerons atnrally be without bo able to cherUh and siflknew snd in lady wbojias labored him with her That ibehest ol good msy follow awajs everywhere is wish Til a host of admiring Msy their wedded life be all happiness jand con Mayjlho froatt of ita winter and the dews of Ita Mav bring nothing to them but felicity and May flowers be strewn along their path as thickly ss autumn leaves in an unbroken f all that miailrrl Wben two lost linked In inc With chaof brow norer on tiro all and loveon till Ibrj One boar or a paaaloo iswortn or bamnloi Wlsa i j on I iqibera be aa Eljrilainon o era ltljlhlajn MINERS of lac The miners in convenlloii at Terre Haute last week failed to settle the screen and Ihe day and negoti will con look Ingtoward a of A reaototlon waa passed dis otatii and nallnnal offic in to keep tbe qaeM ion ol a reduction o the hours ol labor I eJore their conatitn giving it prloril r and Another reaelotlonjdeprecaled drinaing and to miners etary where o lisideration of the principles of lemperaiUj and sobriety as in element l4 oor prosperity and the growth of our so lal cpoveotion elected Uf Penny pcekdent of Prnny svoWis Robert He Is onejofthe moot promjnet in the John MnshetJresigned u Vice havioa1 engaged in other John ol Wash elected lo nil nnexpired i The dobvenlion voted that the dele contribute toward a Christ wUow of Pal rirk who Prefldent of me Federal ofc and waa killed j in a Hqaiion 10 Ihe Presi nite a little anmj was contri unit it will be forwarded to The good book has said that jt not well lor man to be It been saying so for about jnore or bnt it was only recently ihatfwe conceded such indeed was jbe and proceeded U get a Oar says the Eagle Gulch are no doobt well acquainted litb the Widow who the I oardjng honae jnst aronnd corner this clean bed and a sqn ire meal for ftfly There ip that m inslon it wsslhat the shot from Cupids bow jwas enot jclcan through ourtwo r there we saw the Widow aud It was there wo wooed and iron and wedded It was a moonlig ilr plght approached us with a bpaidbill in her all i e ell at her feet and poured forth tale of aQfCtion that filled our Need we say Ibat the moon looked down with wiitdry eyes throngb the swaying boughs of the oak fSeed we say the fair head nettled upon our editorial and she said would be ours1 Ko but such was the case j and tonight we are a married Toe ceremony Who can tell There was tbe there waa the all white flub j ads and veils and flowers and ribbons and and there was the whole ia gummed up in the confes sion tbatlice hereby breathe the brethren of the are no longer are J HUelaaopanldloaj At the residence of andj McTexarts Tuesday William andjMisa Florence Spantdinz were united riage by j i The bride ia the oldest danguterdf and andjia awell known and popular young jwhose many friends wish her a long life of hap j The groom is popularly as Tip fios manyjfriends In in this His home is Ittj snd for that ciiy and Shields lefi on Ihe morning wjhicli place th4y will make their fomre They were the of j many handsome from and A I the DEHOCIIAT eijended to the a joy oos and prosperous j Kolarkta Pkytklas Banquet Bad bidlca HeaoraUte of xxiaaTs or pttnui Pythagorean of elected Monday as fol lows Hopkins Smiley of at Waijen C Birbaj and Allen elected and alternate to Grand The will be Installed next Mondayjnight Monday night the boys enjoyed an proanpiu juicybivalvei were partaken and ruled the KXIGHT3 iSD 1AOIIS OF Charity elected officers Monday with the following result Hast ings R Clawson IJnderdoirn Feagans Samuel Wilkenon Fa gans and Trice i Cbaper andCharity Lodge 4 in rivinga the Masonic A snnerb supper wss placed the memfieri and the aftlr waa one of most enjoyablethat baa taken place for some The Installation of officers took pUee after the inmptnooi repast hadj been The Bute 61 will convene in semlinrioal session at FortWajne on ibe al i AUrthe lodgea of in itiia elect ja EepreaWJtatJwi ta thd Grand Kidgeuat their flratnwalnj in i When its encampment ia it will sBow an locreasa of forty posts during the making 476 in good with a membership of I William McDonfeil Hiram Hawkins et ejectment attorneys for JohnPearee Henry ac count Cobb for I William li Stoy Jobtj and Nancy for John Baker et al KetcHanL et Baker k attor neys for Annie Anderson JohnR Slater and Mary for Ogtlonl attorney for j Death of ThlB GeBtt at at BilehetL j oiwaUk klla j V Heavenridge joined in It 7 Jbooias Elgar Boaiek and Uias Ella In si the residence Boaicks Mary on Bomb and Boskk atn both well Thejjbrlde bthe handaome daughter of Wm J tbU city j and haa many fntnda aod rel The groom is aa oae p the Hotel cYtacbea In Souihern and la genial and i The good of the haVe again broughtjne nndeHvery great obligations by their kindly refnenibrance Ih 4 merry ChrutmsoJ s1nqereijtianks an i due and are hereby publicly tendered to thrmr andto the kind who contributed W that fir trie very ni elegant full of clotbea A timely and nnSexprtted U very highly Ebope that they willaccept assurance Of my high catevm and beat hall ever be for their prosper ity and eternal a d ifcst tbe Giver of all good may ahi ndanlly re ward i iAnd if I may be pardoned for a secret of the craltjletjme say that I learned it Monday It is tills To do snd nothing aionl it surprise and overwhelming the ben and the donation thej more highly appreciated because of tbe very nnosteuufious msnner of its presentation and the of llieJ recipient To Thank br ex very feebly the graiitndel shall Obi Istmos May peace add harmony prevail in the Let brttherly lOve Ten thousand j f i i i The death of John Smith of which teenf expected for nanjr weeks occurred ofternoonlfi had been ailing ofjiettB with contracted while In the late and recently the affliction fastened upon him that He bad been bedaboatons month bit J Tj f MrlSmithwoaa naUve of and was fiftyair years of agi aoj belonged toalaweandpromineniifimUy In Lawrence In ed to Odpi whele he engaged in the mereantfla ness for many conduct ed a continnedin until his j i The deceased waa an ind wu hopeful would from genial and an honorable cill Mariyaaeyein the village efJOdoa waa filled with at the at nonnce ment that1 i John Smith tad li it theHyatt accomodating They taken rooms Honafj where Bojick employej The EawocuiT co igratulatioas aid A ef ra j g rassr liwss II note for In 3vja will lo letter offlca He member of the 120th StaHaiia belonged tolhe GrandArmy at tie also a j 01 his tmmedUte relativea who sur vive aw Brother of All tbacUl dren of prteeded thejr father to of John Smfch placed in He was laid to rest with Masonic of which orUor he was long a member In about week the body will takJBn to bonea In the near the village so long hfa Mbe Waa YBBBI i A young man named Potto applied County to wed a ofhfa township but the yoong lodr loo Only oixteeri oommera many bod paned over her and Clerk refaaed to latneacerlifleatB unless anthorixed to do so by the i The yoang man had waited for her to reach the sweet only to find that the ateS pw the reollxation ot hit fond Mary came calling I P releaasaTIiewjcaBiiaaT j and R of will mokaaprofeiBional Welt to on or aboot remain about treated many of caneerjand Jail kinds of chronic diseases in and con refer to parties at AUordavilleJand other Cancer treated on f of all successfully j UtlheafBieteajj   

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