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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 16, 1888, Washington, Indiana                                lnMfrON INDIAN SATURDAY JUNE 1888 M lli i a iisk soys he is willinV if pronouijce lljv report that be fa not a lot President i TMK are trying mighty h inlto find a match far ind We think they vfilHiaye tp CM outside of their party to i i i1 liijii basicbme out Democratic By may be mentioned that Bojj strongly against tho Im Committeeon Judiciary to liiivd referred the matter of thej ijufifiiiaiionof MELVILLE ad Justice to the Chicago Tin rinuijiof thellrustees of the City in 11 deserved lie hag n yjioil the Council iij IOisrmjniended for keeping If A ft man has invented a voting It ig Claimed wilj yoien lor less than pur the Republicans will doubtless invest in these of i hashad the coilfngtf 10 Accept the Her easels liiinljy hopeless than that of and her ex apple will doubtless do much to rierye up li thepoint of accepting also I CLEVELANDS wife received many lianiisdmocompHmehts in the McKEXzisof declared there is but one iiiiori popular Democrat1 hvtho land than and that is his Xplliingsw portion of ike IrisliAiuericdn in that Ax iCistirnRepublican papar thinks Hint tlio Troliibitioiiists are a sellwilled Mini obstinate who cannot be brought by any reasonable concessions of Ilii kind friim the party parly wjiuld rut her bo tiilitlliaii JAMHS editor pf Nsw was nomi at New r for joint Iiprisentfltryein ill Li Thjs a isplcndidi in addition to being a sound is a man of pronounced abili atiil oiie i ol the Best thinkers and tbc j ncntli I AKIIISON is auuV ijs nl with Lueli We hopij lie id true for the iDcinocriicj want Indiana this UAHKISON could not State for wlien his parly wiis by ivhat moans docs no hope to the his parly is weak tis revived by the Iliirifonl Ttinfa from Dniicw speech in do not help boom mucii now G lieskle GRANT was a ijiant bcHulo a question wiis and constitutions govern with honesty and or GIIANT with dishonesty ami party with liiiip Rrabbcrs andstoclt rpconlalors at the IT may a promii SontliBrn Congressiimri to a reporffir j iHlia Wnijliiugtpn this J reel 1 business is to amons ths negroes of the When you iuld rciojjnizcJ populanty among tlfcm the idea that other endioHbci ticket is famous for litg red the heart of plan tatjon darky south of and Disdn nift warm to tho Democratic ii Wheeling qifotes the fot i Inwing from a fcjidech of ALLEN TJIUR delivered about u year ago It that if should would be ruined WellK even my Jou 1 KiiEiiMAKlagrees the sun does rise aiioHliat the rain does aud the corwdod and Joirxs fences are in us good cbndition as they weroi rjiotvvithstanJirisjGiipVEu CLEVCLAKO is of the ho is an brave He b more than that ilie is a man of far more Ihdu people who dont know him may J Tni Louis GlalcDfinoirat arul the d Cineinnnji oiitly Republican aro nt Var Tlic former iwnnts and wants lattei declares that the Democratic platform commits tho party to free 4 former thinks tho platform is worst Brothers hold a if agree on a f at least detcrniint what the Eepublicaii should tho Democratie platform JtibtaiHcNisY KJN Bays The Jjemocratic platform is I in1 which all Democrats the It fl CAN orators during this caito beinc unable to answer ic argument in Ijivor of reducing ihe will snry litfle mean things aboUt the Dempcriitic Standard ijkn esteemed contemporary tiat aihargument will be met by eqijjiti able statement by personal Chq man who cannot CLEYJp will say Shot he hak arge He who canriot deny toat has been af fearless and i devoted pijjb say that Ije is TKat hey are eager to descend to even grrot erdepths thaw these hoa been latijly that they are only held from t by a leash o public sentiment that Will nolonger tolerate it no credit to is a large jljftwears and cighteeninch 11 et it not he fogotten that wear lejhas shown and it is R man of auch avoirdupois in brain and t AnVorican people want in the Pn dential platform upon which all Democrats can feeling away from Hhuid t without jbenator pi at the St Louis fcpiiakingpf GKANIIEKIIY i lid In an ago of corruplion he an cxiMiijjliucalion of purity in an uf Ixtraviiganceho was n sentinel of ecoit rimy in an of sectionalism be knew only his counlry in an age ol halo he nui the iriearnation of fraternity in j Vi ol scandal the salt of homo iiiver lost its stands the living embodiment of Pernp jimtic virtues lie slaudsbcfore you the f illustrious epitome of Dempcratichisjojfy bejoro you tbe faithful chim pipn of Democratic he stands before you the rightful heir of Deiiuo cratic This TUCRMAX Jneaaajrod to the depth of every exigency and Tpse to the height of every until became the beacon of tho peoples tlie centoi of the States x that could go pver t IB earS of thoimen who seem to think tt jy his arguments when they ill lini lie is a man of great id THE unanimous nomination ofi HpnJ to Congress 35 the French Lick convention Wednes was a1 dfscr ved tribute to a deserV np That ONEALL should so thel peoples business in Con ress secure a unanimous approval of 5s abundant evidence of licj that no mistake was made in choos rig him for the position t wo earsago The Democrats of this are c jfntulated on securing so bold arid fe an of genuine Democrs irihcipies to sit in thuHonseot And this should feel flattered at the jpt one who been among its citizens for and among none has labored more earnest thanjhe rj enhancing the material prosperityjjpt although an ardent abd ohtliusiistic has Hiends in this county in both Because of his absolute abd ipnesty of purpose in all tin addition to the pctnocratic he Will gtt Kepjiblican not pn the grpupd otihis EepuUli cans as MS Democrats el confldencs haye unbound The ticket lof anil the independent Boston is one well adijp tdd to will two doubtful biiii it rather io thinking a nnd inspiring name cpold be It strikes us that whatever the conclusion ol the Chicago befound to be based oh realjtks rather than sentiment Hho intend a campaign jor It is a case of grduiid jWith the Democratic party fig it iiJK theeampaiRn fromlthe tqfore occupied by the Republicans in every carnpaignthey ever were exc pi said the Republicans aliens nil they were trey feel that the itilvuntage of position is against They know if they kn w ahythingi titat CLEVELAND is a persi in aiity that Counts in this ns he dfd not in lie has offended rctermerSof the Mugwump arid offended the extreme Joflr bjjns andlhe worst element of his own He thus if jou consider ita withthe sin of the modpr that is of having won cninity o tho extreme purists or fe the one and the spbllls or party on line But between these two tha Re believe Hejippeals the average level headed nitm of affairs as having been a sate ici n Aplflng at hangs very Iposoly to party and four years regal eft with contempt if it te at there is today a stroi ttlaniy JAMES with tho poets to this tiling when he epcke of CLEvkuJjns Americanism all this comes who wilf hi the burl amons the Democrats and g ve thenj ap excuse for doing tiiatwbich tdey hiivo done tine To oppose this we believe there will jbe little room and less inclination Grave things for the pttho party hang on tlJo result pf this and we thipk every ifcousidoraljon will be sacrificed and that i he jwiHI he made up on that pi The prirJcipleof all contcats of gravity islhe opposition of tho greatest WfeiRhlj to tho weakest point It tho cc n vention concludesthatlndiana and Klew Joraoyior Indiana and New dr flny pf the are the points tfe put forth the greatest tbe ticket is likely to reflect this whether or not it is ideal Of tlnsnp plies only BO long as the convention is i deliberative body If it gets wild Sn en is no felling what it dp Bui for pno we can soe very inlhelsituation to induce tint serious time S oftho Democratic i It is a perpotuil surprise to many ps pie look back bpbn tlw poHlica history of the year thai bo Democratic party should afill be sc so so cpurogepua and BO Bays a Ant if Joofcat the surface ot things fflorijily is strange and But to un leretand the Detnbcraticfparty nijus look not only at the but be neath the not tho bill over thfl fittj The Democratic pajtj came lirsjl into power m the j ear 1SOO and the Fedefat Gpvernr4ent lor tweptyrjour years njn inUrval of fpr twelve yeara pnil wiib in afs of fpors few four ind eight ijoara to rent in ternal dissension en the slavery it stifiJEirred a great defeal j It was fcsuuded by Jefr end fia fa mbus inaugural foiniul iti d its principles ThiOBs brief the freatestpefpontil teedqm consisten with the frcedojti pf the distribution of power u the government to a sharp distinction 1 etwten State and Fed eraf Itnae the party cf the nations of a against tradi of hope against Itetrnck with tl o of a joathful giant against the Cailinhsts and tbtir tprysdqgnjas and ivon first ufiton over Adams nnd thr alu n and seliltion Then gathering s cnglh itulerlv destroyejdjtenntacanist ind the government thronKh the war of i and dowq tp the d iys ol I u UnderJiChsoN it fouvht for pdpular rights Sgalnst tbe Imlb 1 states liank in he and rooted nullification in Keeti t interpret and prompt to lend Ihi ulur jt far sagnnous leadership until trjs qu tlion set mens minds on fire and lesson jost its seari n was of constitutional bdlieving n the Constitution no it apd that Tonesj and drvotcif IOMI ly to damcntal charter would tnrry the 6atiop Balely through even tin liflknlticsaf tho slavery I problem yo of the Uemocrkfic pary evpr smd that thijCon stitution was a league with dcatVand a covenant With hell pf JJomppaatic part r said that the tniiti was not jrorth without a little b 1 the Democratic part stpp lor the No man Cttn look at hi roster af the Union armj and call Unit party false to the conntiT On pi ii extreme methodsof jutin reality more supported T i sJcdjN than did 1 ia own it pi i r j in n false ibsltionbefore the and jiprnp id bid but at hejirt all Democrats were as patru tic true osanv men m Hail jt not so Ihq Union aid neveriiiavo bedn presirv ed 5 Todar it is laitblul t the iBfc have qver i roCdom ftsd constitutional sition to nSonppolv and lefensive bt the rights Of tbe people It looks backlnpon n history splendid as cloth of Ami ever its i stimulate it to noWer endeavors iij be rights Jliaineon Below bo found s m ul h ing terest to GOT and RopublicnnB of the sanguine BJAINE sayi in liis pt 1Kisnnk in tHe Senate wns iroa tin day and notBI Jon red during the period o services Hew rahly d motbod hptiestm bis had no nr catch pihrliaeis IP se6ure but is always JiijecL and tits mind vtns not pied andengrpssod oliiicatc6iitbBta pr With lifrairs of lib hail 1 and tastqs outside of Hb was n discruninntinK and not only terioua but to the lighter indulgence of romance and poetrv HL was especially fond tit jthe best French writersi ile MteUEtil aatt Ki WATER i 6 i i A CPMFdpifABLECROWD OF CltlZENS THE COURTHOUSE AnU lllhtfii a Iloilosillon Irom JIlilt or Iilloiiiintion Wu Soiplined dubnti y logical qijote rare enjcynu nt the hurtiorous scenes depicted the was devoied to In Washington hd couH usually in the best seat ofjthe a gopd rilay was to be presented Ipr an opera was tobe These pastes illustrate ihegonial si Jo of his ver9 a fitting complement to the stfPnger ahdsierner elements pf froin thir Senate aj serlpus lass tq bis part a jHettft lehind hife the respect of all with wh jra ha hadSibepn associated during ha ycjijsiof to Miss Elln of Or ears the bappy coaple arrived ilkcefeundayJnnd ropairod to thFresii af thugropma latherj a epepfioto lock Ak4sieriia o tlie premising joung lof 3 young inhri Uyary reaiKct i fflifr bfiflo a taell connected nnd ill doubtless iriaico f j the re cejpt Of tile i ti hf coiplaA pro porous f Club enjoyed pl asarlt parly at the hfpme of a pafty was given m Misa TbB bimdsomo wire iind tjis p irlor and Idinthjg room Jaijrlj bloss itpe J w i t h fl o we The demonstrated thit liho oi tho tljnb know how nish something gjqod to and t6ejgcn verdict was that Miss Qceat Hog CljolifiraiPre VeritativlJ1 and Cure Companyj an made Nine feliaije need Capital Tor aiidrissi ew WijidsprjKd I ilmer forCliniin tjjniorirtrbjii tjo therequest majle by hoijwiteivvqritsl by jibe Gliy Cpuneil tho Courti house Tuesday ttU rind listened tb a wiiter works projpijstiiqn from til dalhil to and Mr fskjjiUgc was made Chairman i and Then Griy jmnde ti which was 1 Af hacj payed the way with erpjuna emKo Jiedii ian as made by thij Council gretjitiiat pnptr is tpo for nnny liespbuis the propositioh is hinit Wiaiir pirtili morl prpjii ontjj be twea he read thL which was liberu thah the ono accepted irom me gcftUcnian In That rtrop i ilije cily to lake fiftj by drantB at fif y doilara rental per lorirt pericjd Each hytlraiUjpyer tiftyi P iojst ifofty Tlic Irari practically lasttd seventy the tiiy liad lid priviltpo ofipur ee T bis lihe end of tin sitioii reljuircs the to takosov bydriints iit nn annual rental of which would costjDJ Hack nt Seventy will cosl hir eddiljtrsi jTbe fmnchisD is Id last jeiira and the city the at tbe end ol ten ge pf lOrajy the erection of nnd this prdposiybn seems to he fair i fpfiBbopUl beiable reJOO private at tbe published thcv would realize pity iand priviite er Prom Uia i ey wilt receive in tin neighborhood Cgnsidering that they to siji rateji froip of i have fuel rtP buyi and di errfploy opbriite their It would pay them per theinvcstnient It BHittiaf all our citizens haie to blJOconvince theniBolves bs to thejrobabjii of creeling the vjorks andilihey can whether or not Jray8 turmn urn ow the ijose of crioli barrel oil Norm less BurSpr ilrst cliuir uinl prlvfitbjwlilibut locating atiYli or 1st Eaafj iiddllitjilinl adfi Qddltjobtll Enqtj addlljohljl per Si OQ i 50 1 00 2 50 1 Go lims Prliiting KJS liunila or Eaclj nddlfioiial tour Kaoliaddlliabnl 1 horse nnd 1 Euoli addltlpiial cow Ijnrsoii carriage waslilrig Lli y nose saloonfij VaSli basliij 1u In nihfuloii tb Wash Hotel wnsljirooini each t 00 i CO J 00 I OU 00 1 JO M S3 2 SO L 00 i Co 2 00 j f 1 2 IX 1 00 1 1 2 00 frco 1 00 i CD Wujp tiioijalij ionsuniptlpu Isj iSoto go per pet per X er per io tavyij urllh nnir hours per nljil ISj rront Eaoji addlllaniiii In ddilitloil lit Ituvii pir Qatd potlovor six pir diiy for tlicijciiaori o Sodi 4fter MH i6r4y bad tho jneeling wijh shorfieppeihes by and On motion jofiDoc loii Harnfed a of and by the chair to Council comriiittee4Lqu iSchoffeld and jljirnin learn terms the citv can Ttii one week in 4hich toljeportJ i i i J jflio rneptingVas Ibcii ii Kffil 4 FqTr wetIt jiiUnj Jiiiuo Dy j j F U Harncy it nl li UK CoioIitJ lots j In 1 Gtolmni to Wllllnins et i 15a lot mi Toa uo it hns to wll1 Hams 2 on HiWIlllaidaotttl td Alien i lots i lu AlllX Huthefoirilct ulx tffJnbcz H Davla I WrUmimoh JMQ do B S Sears tl ux liaohql Bears acrt Iu Eliiiprt tp 00 Riobel A lins td Jaa Lacy Si liunto UharJcs 00 5 H JStldS et dx to John W Mcl adams wThtreii jooo oo SimpsonCijLomtnon Portcti land CO tir lalW acres In liogard MO 00 Jjdob B Senclrtt ux to Isaac E 1 Jfi tinfftoi tn r r to Jonosltiij Bores la Wool 00 to Clitlmntt lirdlot 1 00 W ux B i I H E Co laniU1 WlMhlngtort tp HOOOO lArW toK H HcFutvi lot la ICO CO OarrlaiaiCt al to Waldo T Davis SO 00 ciux to Joseph Ij and sour pr biscuit has vast influence through tlii tljiuestive or gilils upon the measure 91 health we enj How iinportaut to Piirpresent Iiness and future the blessing ofgood IjOalth and a soijid constitution we can only realize jivhen we liavo lopt and when it iSJtoP late to pflir the Xptwijfisfanding these tlipusands of persoris dailv jeopar4 dbs not only their but healths anjljliycs of bj using articles in the Preparation of their food the purity arijl liealthfulncas o Ihev know Perhapsa feSy conls may have or it mayi hnyu been more convenient obtain the aiticlvs and the houSekaeper takes tlio rraponBibiliiy and posiihly will never kiiow the mischief tlist has been Paterfamiliasijiay have spellsj of the children have tlicir or look thei trite cause is rarely The tho lack of orj Bqme other is and the un wjiblesome poisonous of adulter tttjpjil Neil to the which shpiild be made of spund wheat nnii npt ground the yeast baking furnishes the rising is of greatest impori and of tbe two wpl prefer baking ijnd always use as we hereby retain tho original pfoperitiies of lie wheat no lermentatfob taking place J Ttie action of tbe Royal ijaking Powderj the dough iasimply to swell it from itUe cells through every These cells aro filled with carbonic acid which passes off during process pf sl SKILLFUL AN EYEBALL AT THE GOOD j jthe Royal is mado from pure grape and it is the this acid up on bijarcarbonate of soda that genrates the alluded to rid thesdJngredients are pure and tested iand adapted toj ach that the actioli is mild and and is continued during the whole time of and no residue of ingredients rtihains to undeH mjne no no sour but if directiphs are followed will be iopbd sweet anij J i I John for nsrreHN by June Second District Congressional Conveii lion rixct hero today an o over three JThe Conventioii was called to order at by State Cpmmitteemnn lltteon of KnoS and the David Haul of Orange was elected an oldtipiie i who has beeri voting the ticket since ClemenE of Jasper and jof the Daviess GoJuhtyDEiiocjiATj ware Secretaries i Tbo Committee on Resolutions con sieted bf of fjreencounty qfKnox of James olOranRoi of Lawrence i of Martin W joj abd of Crawfoijdi After Iretiring the reported the fpllowlng which upanimoilsly adopted lie it by Dtftwcrats of the Stcr onti Congriiutinal Dutrictf in Connntion Ae heartily indorse the ocmtit National and SiatO and pjedge the gentlemeq jcomprising the National fthd State earnest ana That we are in5 perfect accord wHth the Presidents mefesago upon tlu tarill and are iibequivocally in favor of the early passdgfloi the That we in Groves Cleveland a bold and courageous whose services the connWycan not afford tfllosa fpr another foufrj and w6 call upon voters of all patties to aid us iu has that equal ahd exact tfde willbo rendered to iailmanj and all S That wo recpferiize Allen Tliurman to bo of est and brainiest statesmen this country ever produced and that we werfl ttrin for fnvojite Ipdac weare thprpughly satisfied with and pledge our hciarty and enthiii elastic1 support to and Thur I That vae indorse and approve thecoureeof ONoall Irom tljid district in all especially his course in en deavoribg Io and reform the present unjust nnd toober His course bus far is a guarantee to us of his future good behavior in this nnd all othdr important i Ml ngat speech i John Gaoi of Knox nominated Cpr4 grcssman There no he ivns piade the qipus choice ol the Corivbntion amid liiiisiastic J f Taylpr pni Mpss werp appoiriteda committee inform QNeall pf tlio action o hp apil bring him to bXenll epponded in an rapeltent speech a lie graciPusly thanked the Conyentiofi fbr the lionor corifeiied Jipon anil prpceodeil to give aij j account of biti stawardsblp in Congress The difficulties arising in the pasageof trnportnnt bills by the Democracy speech was listened to iith at its close threfe cheers were lijreii for the jj ithe and Congressional jmiiiejiiatoly after tlieadjournment fal the Congressionnl Convchtion tho DemO cratspf Martin abd Dubois nominated ErncBt of the Huntingburgti and of was fpr Dobols and Orange i Infant of Friday at 7 30 tho infant daugh ter of of the1 after an of several Tbe little innocents stay jin the world was of short The i bereft parenla have the entire of friends relatives in their The funeral win toko place at 1 oclock Tumor fyiildfh Developed In the Eye of n Colored Hor rible Appearance lie and Houlie wan TreattU atthc Harrison a Colored farm hand from sub mitted to tbo loss of art L organ looked upon aa the most preilouJ part of the human says the Cincinnati injuir Ono of his enucleated in the Good Samariianj the dif ficult and delicate operation being suc cessfully bj one of the oph thalmologists connected iwith the eyb clinic of the Ohio Medical a boy of aboui twenty years had never bad any trouble with his eyesiun til last when became aware of tho fact that something woe wrong with his la January fields lost the power of uighl in bis left and noticed He was put under treatment by some local but In spite of the trealment the swelling increased Irom day to and the pa tient suffered tbe most terrible pains shooting from the eyepver the face and He finally resolveilj to seek help in and a few days ago pre sented himself at the eyeiclinic ol the Ohio Medical The unfortunate sufferer then presented a Jjorrible The which had swjelled the eye bad burst above under tbe upper and bad so rotated tha eye that its transparent the cornea was displaced And was ly covered by the lower Between the two tbe spaciwhere under or dinary circumstances 80 mjuch ex pression and showed ini stead the exposed tunjor fliith a rough red and The eyeball as a whole hnd attained the Bize of a very large The history of the disease and Till ATTACKED OIJGAS Offered warranted of its special type jbeifag in the young colord man sarcom atous tumor o tbe Removal pf the growth and the Organ in which It had developed offered tljo only chance to or at least the life of the And tho operation of enucle ation of tbe diseased eyeball was perfor med on Field Wednesday The patient afler havingbeien placed on the waa and then two assistants gotbpldof the eyelids and pulled them apart so that the tumor land the eyeball appeared ifully in the The operating surgeon then slipped a pair of curved the internal surface o the orbit and severed all tbe muscles and tissues binding the eyeball to the boney cavity jln which it When tbe optic nervo was cut through the patient started as if A TKKIIIDLEFLA3U OF LIGHT Had aroused his sensation of After the nerve had been cut through theeyebull projected jiutpl ife cavity in to the uf the and was readily Thp bepiorrhage from tbe living tissues ol the orbital cavity was quite blood oozing out of the months of numerous minute vessels which had been severed in the course of the Afterisonie bow all bleeding hadbeeh stopped by The gaping opening j was then sprinkled with ppivdered filled with absorbent supplied with a and finally ban f if T 1 The delicate brought to a i successful end by sikijlful1 gives the colored boy a fajrchance of ultim utely entirely rid of the mal ignant disease which have surely carried him away in a short time if the attacked organ had not been removed VJ I THE A that Looks Benja min NO Tcmpomrllj In John T farmer of Harrison taken to tho Insane HpspitalSii years of has been Bnbjec of insanity a One his his wife wants to got When his he isi perfectly am pent o IndianatiapoliB at He feared that he jury to himself or iamriyin BIS of The bung pan is to bo and t cure will lierecetved with his many relatives And Ann 0 Fields Wll i The last will and tesliment Fields has been be all her persodal and real estate to minor 8ne wil the heirs bo sent to the Asylnm at VincerJnes to bes cheated untif taka their After that they are to be pf tbe brother ahd sister of terfiil The will was nade Jtfay Kennedy is made guardian ofilho pinor heirsand execator of the WEST June is the place selected for the of the pemocratifl BdiWnal And a beautiful place it IB These celebrated Springs and the to my friends in that I have enjoyed a good time lor a few No man enjoys a good time attended the Harrisorj club meeting last The boys are A visit to General Harrison was pleas After iis of the Wisewill case he Ifeelvery well the more especially tuat it is we jj ij On the trftin up from I fell in with a lot of Suljiyah who spoke o General Harrisohs argument in the case as that iof B great law 1 am uoing Cincinnati to to look at the and attend to such other business as may come before and then back heo in tohelp my mite in giving tho Harrison boom a gppd send If I had could write for I learned did not know and it was nil pleasing to Tbe Deaf Muto was and of that visit in detail I would and With Baiferll had a pleasant If you will print here is something flattering p Udneral On being Baker to one ol tho professors in the he said pur ueit Gbneral jamin resemhikR Have you notibeen told V was but never breathed it to General Dont think it right to da things to make men iS If you like the tfjidle trip in short will be sent It is expected to several things of pleasure and It is not Certain bat gooyerttb Chicago ifor the reason in Orange northwest from twenty miles south t I The West Baden Springs containing nearly 700 acres of tjnc culti vated in and and embracing Btore billiard en gine etd tes pur chased by tbe present who have made many valuable imjravfSpenls and will continue to add othta pr the comfort of their numerous I The springs proper are BittMecJ in a beautiful vulleyj Circular carveon flf the native Wbetstphe Bock pecuCSit this encase he taining the natural gases m which add greatly to their Savor Also new arbors spring protect ttem irom the as welt as frdm close seats arranged for the A beautiful grove for pst trees surrounding tbe ar sheltering the walks and groindr theufreireshnjg larg Iy in making West f most attractive and pleasant resffls American continent Tbe history pf mineral that it wasused as a cocative very eaily Writers fuently mention various famoas prince and mod icinnl and bathed iyiijf heal ing waters The in the healthgivmg properties fit j imera sought fat and wide tU foun tain of perpetual youth power of mmefal watir etort test of arid io day the every clime turn gladly to of nature for the relief of jf The proprietors are J Sinclair and E B Rhodes f T ajy tire all clever and enterprising ifejn Among the new have been added this yearis a three story new dining vater electric Jaundrvj The new railroad which cently constructed larjds thirty rods of tbe J re sorteasy ef access froth all of the i i Everything jis kept in good af liable Service is excellent No better place can be fouSii both a pleasure and health resort are reasonable and wfthm till o i A at a that Mr way to I expcc Hcffernan Was here on his and told mo he was Billy Uks to run for an office iu Davless couhtyj but dont know for sure Many young men of his age Steve Hyanta Property Street Totally D About 5 Taursdaf al Steve Ryans a one on fifth south of the tlfth noon copied py Mrs Boberi dis covered to be on 1 Fire could get to the house was entirely wrapped 1 imes and was soon reduced to C I The fire originated a flue iwhile the famjjly tapper The flames werediscovered 4 M6 to to save everything m Ibe 1 The loss is about Thnrsday at 7 and Miss Flitij led in at thfe lenco Eev W in McTegaita AHord j Colbert has served as f ttrohal for some ttmej and baa madias gr jd pffii COUNTY Tr ronHartcli Duiliic the Tcira Just Kmlrcl RoS5 petthop of Jojaathani Pa Iget et A for now road was dismissid A being filed i ftoarfy etals potitior n John T Brewei Jphn iff Skelley and Sllihael Buckley wer ap pointed reviewers Road petitioned for bj Jas H Wilson was ordered opane Same action e sth C m the matter of Geor Beaver for a new S Bnrriast for new road f Vrils fof a change in petitions of Wm A MOOK et al and JoRn W Bennet et were diimiss ed Hold petition to 3os Poyd et was contiStfed fpr repprt asking that Barr tov nship K divided wag dismissed Petition of qitizenft of Knoi Punty aekmg Daviess countys aid m building a acfosg Whtte riverhtEdwarlsport waa Claim pi John H fojdam caused bv the breaking of a nales allescd tb have from a defec tive was Report of C exTrustee Steelfe was J K Lynch and Covali werp appointed to view a sed roSd petitioned for by Myers H Cilandler ot fll petitionc 1 lor a change in and John Frink Fanmbgand John Roariy were d Petition of SVin Myers etal for a changs in highway was dismissed Fradk Jas Bradley and Chris topher Doyle were appointed to new a road petitioned lor by Indiana ChoVning etal Francis Fanning et al tielitionecl for a change in and Patrick Hahon and Thos Conlin pointed viewera OnjetitionpJ Sarah for a new road following viewers werelijlpointed liar vey Hastings and John Licuor license were granted to roffitoej Jott John August Jacob Patrick Claude John1 John George W Dennis Richard and Joiin Rsycraft The annuiil reports of the Auditor Treaborer were received and apprc yed Claini of Creorge of for analyzing the contents ol Grofefl was Coptics H Howard apj pmteu constable for Stecle township J Allison was appointed to I mild bridge on the Bedford rpad petitioned for tjy EobeH Russell JoS E ArvmondMichJiel F were exempted from payment if poll Waller it of pcotlnc fov the of t e Mention vVns in tbo some days smce that Messrs Stead man A Song foundry men of Ind were the erection of a bri nch of their large foundry m this V ednes Mr flccompai led by foreman of the Cochrm canvassed the situation an i loca ind nothing oc to cgsnge his firttj ored A foundry possiWy pircbadS ing tho old foundry buildings or West Mai This will be gopd to the city for the flr t employing 115 workmc are business dp a business fOOCf a and afe werth of monVy Then work goes to Cini Theyara now shipJiJlng twenty tons pet day of mami factored iron to The branch for thiaplaco will ahd one of niako his homo here In the that Mr Steadmnn ha been in at has been i die but the yearjof when other similar firms were Steadman art m creajdd bnslnesa over any the firm knows how io S pf beer elected Treasurer of the and Chiiagq and Western Indiana Eailroad9 Companies pf A citieeaais acquainted with be Eavlng visited this city Severa m cijmpanay with cf Terra BAKING POWDER He la an aiceljcnt every Misa flint is having taught m during tbe past She young lady arid will make pfc jllent i Ijhe ef tendi couple its bosb waihes lor V pr perous Hctlobs Aceldcnf Pad i IK in mad at Thursday rjpormnjf while getts little son GeatRe wad pt front of his fathers dened cow eafflo runpmg awfi tacked After butting fitn erely she tossed bini in the thH poJf little fellow falling on bis head ani breaking his arm and otborliis fi using The animal was finally driven At last accounts tht was resting POWDER k Absolutely powdtrnevar Mrtioloiomdni tuna cgmntnui maTveri Mure ec b ti nomlciu Sold UiorC I i   

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