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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 18, 1891, Washington, Indiana                                YOLr 25 baa adopted the Australian billot 6s Tiik Demo raiu city ticket thoud b elected jn in I ill hid D iflocriilio cmdilatea fo raj olUiWnre worthy and uhoul be FPEE nioiii more confectioner and more ipnfectijuery is no for tb and QiE tiling Italy hut learned Unel Sun miy lake her works of her mac aroni and her fuel an thing atve a Tug lictiotpreBented lo the voters o this city by Ihe Democratic parly is on that should command tha support o The candidates ar honest and j INSTEAD of a Ileruocratic candidat f r Council something announced one tba paper bad heard something that sound liko a dull sickening THE latest reports indicate that all i quiet oh I the Yellow Italy doesnt teem so anxious for a scrap with Uncle Sam as she was a few weeks since Her activity was merely TUB ablo atateemen who are now hav ing so mudh to say about onr defenceless coasts can not by this means escape their share of responsibility for leaving onr coasts defenceless while they were feed ing tbe pension agents and voting bildlngs for 10cen says the Tnis is el good thing from tbe Wash ington It ia not pauper labor that we so much to fear as tbe pauper patriotism iiat we So between tbe lines of white and blue stream ing to tho Winds let there be inscribed in letters tbat can be read across the Thisis the of the American He who enters here leave all other flags GESRKAL In an opin ion rendered at the request of the Super intendent ol Public holds tbat a county Auditor may proceed im mediately upon a default in of the principal or interest to collect the entire mortgages dne on school fond money and that he shall have no discretion in offering for sale on the fourth Monday m March all such lands in deficit on January tbe somnolent and picturesque village on the nineteen Railroad miles west of thn semeg to be all torn np over mu nicipal A citizens ticket has been biSugh t ont to beat the regular Dem ocratlc 5jty which Is composed of such as FIJANCIS Mcnrav for Mayor and GIIEBNB for Tbe eitizonsiicket racketbaa been Jtried in this but It has always been regarded as another name for Republican ticket We regrlt to see tbat a few old time Democrats bave been msnared into this No party is Even the Democratic party sometimes makes B bad We cant have every thing to But agood sale rule lor Democrats H to vote the straight Democratic llonday in an address lull of wisdom tnd patriot before tho New York Democratic pronounced the following brave must plead guilty to the charge being a Democratic BO long atf the Democratic party is troe to its creed and and so long aa conditions exist which to my under standing make adaerentn lo ita doctrines synonymous with It is a glorious thing to belong to a party which has a history beginning with the first years ol our government and Jnll ol achievements interwoven with all that has made our country great and kept onr people It is an inspiring thing to know that by virtueof our party mem bership we are associated with those who resist the attempt of arrogant polit cal power to interfere with tbe inde pendence and integrity ol popular wbo aro determined to reliore our countrymen from unneces sary who are intent upon checking extravagance In public expend itures and test party purposes by usefulness ia promoting the interest and welfare of tlie people of the A GBEAT howl has gone np since the DEMO RATIO PE1MAUIEB Vi tc oils The Democratic primaries in vtr Vards of this nominate c mdidatea for city offices edoffmai unusually quiet manner There was no feeling among the cand and i s a result there will Jbe n A the Australian system oved itself much superior t of our old met the ods in securing large was tastilic al 1 Iota 2d APRIL mod l the i nd wat an followi lit WarUtl 2d Sd Wurd tu Ward SlUWard For Total lit Wara 2d Ward 3d Ward 4th Word totkl Ut WirdM magban 2d Ward ad Ward 4th it Ward lot Monagbai a 1oi at WarU 14 Ith Slti t i i I I I Tola UnderdDWDa plurality I Sd 3d Ward th Wnrd th IDS 8m tfce gun was Washington when stretch ed few tallea out mto Ihe Country am back ngim saytjUie Democrat Til inventor of telegraph hAd not then Teached tlie ditcoyerf of fhe ground con aef lie rriuat have a rt turn wirs to makers Morse bai spent bis own hia icifee mono and all be couldget from Ha needed tttd lie applied to Congress An appropriation bung in the It was ip the bsnda ol n com mittee of Ttro wore two were TUe filth Congress 21 man ci a relative o Lew Tbe Hooaicr atatel wm absent when the 1 deadlock oc but he rulumed ami voted for thn Morse got thb money sis and mada telegraphing But iby the dntf tit political He went hack totiw Richmond one ol Jfjie Whig atood for rq Tbe pui up Bil Wallace Brown sturapec the district and ipierovar they spoke Crown would Whatjdo you etlow citizens Wallace mCoWeili Be voted 48 9 Hit people mo a thing called She electro magnetic Why it is wire strung tta Ituck in the and they propoea tp send news 4 141 CO so 332 S3 80 M 7t W J Tom Sylvleater It Word SaturdajilliB Dtmocwtt of thiir city ilected CLINTON it Candida Tlie jf j election could have been His lection The nomin IB was born upon a farm in Joyle county Hit w 10 is ttill now re ides at He gave IDS ton something better than good education land a robust Phen Tfaarp attended fci ciliaoCollege i md tfttrwtrd the Kentucky When through College he graduated at ht Ann Arbor law wrhapttht fiuett inititntionof theiind n In 1872 be began tbe ce ol law He iorred n the Ltgiilatore in He imorfd to liTatbiogton m imed the practice of Ins I le wot elected by the Doin cratu in 1836 to Iho Indiana Senito bere be mat e a brilliant He re gned in ISSi to accept tbe at revenue sg int under tbe Cleveland This position he held law simply provides that each man shall bear a share of the burden of If a man bwbes real estate worth at a fair cash value there is certainly nothing fair in law which assesses him for while a thousand dollars owned by one of bis neighbors is assessed for and a similar amount held by national bank stockis assessed at There is a good deal of nonsense and cheap clap two about moct of bis taxa tion nnd demagogues are wont to twist figures to suit their fancies until they are tbe greatest liars on For they try to make a man believe that if his assessment is be will have doable the amount of taxss Jo They if they know that this is a Now suppose the assessed valuation of properly in Knox county last yeaf was and that for and cityftwrposea there had lo be raised That would require a levy ol two and tbe man whOrwss at would have to piiy But sn pose that this year the is raised fifty per and i the amount n quired for cur rent expenses is the simk That would AH Hatessmont ot on which tho rate wonld be oneandathird per The man wt o wat sunned for last year would bo attested thin and paid by him wool J be the In other a cosh valuation of all nnd prosperity fresh capital to come into cotomunitv and build up i which not only in creases tbe but still further teduces the burden of of the new tax the as This position he Held aertipn has been barefacedly made monlhl1 whon ne was removed by under ita provisions tbe real estate Prwrfdeut In 1832 owners will have to pay increased says tbe Ymceqnea Commercial The ne w married to a daughter oi Judge Mr he choice ot the city Dem fitted for tbe young Democ on his second good majority second ocracy for the highest within their is typical of giant genero is almost to and distinctly a njanof the Ho It a man ol broadband liberal ia identified with thti in terests of the while be is in favor of the economy ia the management of municipal he will not champioi any peanut policy or advocatt putting fence around the tfaln we congratulate he Dem ocrats ot ily and tba ciliztnt gintr tlly npc D the selection ol to comptttnta man and to th orougli a i Daniel the nominee or was born m tint Re i a laLea Hi aic uujre tban t thegocd workha has He but treata nlj He fsarloff as a HercnRs physically and always ou When he no litely informs lawbreuLrr 11 at he Ilia lawbreaker ns grac fu ly aa did thSjgpn wbenpjvy Crocks d him to tl turn to The fpr G Rea the First and J in Ihe Ed in tb PitucU Kejly in an K Iward Brod in the good men anil hava tha to make careful bte Con tut for tb ne t two They 8 the hearty suppbrl of the vuters of thi over to Here is II yon dont believe did llrtt very And Wallace stood np like a saicVlie voted lor1 and tnec toAplain TbeiJ the Jold Whigs shobk their heads and sajsil we cant vote for jou if are guilty oi such a piece offfolty oil Yen ingbt to be put n a Elitaigbtjacket Lhe strong Wllig distnk gave Bill Irotrn luOO majority bee4U6 iValluco voted tbe money cbich KOTO the year tVltliont a tbe E4lUir of llift The yeir was the reatwithont a Xbfi oldtime Eojjland irmers used to it hundred and Btarvd to January w mild and so wets with one it or iwo buS Inarch was or two days baS March wac cold and lilsy sea onably warm ending ii nil H8 aad as it ad and ler Buds and blossoms LII ica formed an inch and corn snow indice were common tu and al most everything green wjs 105 Snow fell Ihe depth of tljree inches in few Toik and and ten nchts in Maine July ncBaccompsnied JT and ontho icq formed the bicknegi of window gUss m New York IUTcongrattilates thegallantDemocracy of the city oj their No letter England and part were A URUSI ice nd corn and nearlyalf icraps troj t d in some sections In armed ball an Inch and corn was BO that a firgat deal waa cut down ndldned for Very little ripened n New England and the uiiddle farmers wore obliged ID pay and a ittsbel for corn 1815 lor geed fbr next prings two weeks i September were abU tbe balance f the month WRS while rout and ce formed half au inch October wasmoreithau nsunily with frost md November was cold and bins with snoweoouub fjf tood sleigh December was quite wild nnd com oniblei ED f arid he i T Tbe newspApefs as well the maga inesare pnymgjfdr Ulka with public says tbe Waobingtonj Post Just itfura Congreas ndpurned a New York aily paid five of the speakership cm idates each farasliott expression f opinion upon RecJs and in this ounection there was quite fan amnsing oke perpetrated upon Mills by tin there Byuum ad Wilson Were casaipme di the hep Bynum spoke up what did Warld pay yon or your article A hundred Is that ah Why they taid and myself Was not that gentlemen the ttipj responded in appreciating tbe What exclaimed a tinge indignation in hiji voice respottded Bjtqumjocnlar yours was not BO good at Yon now papers paf in proportion to leyi coaslder the value of egan searching terms iresum NOTES tbe same protection extended to aaliv American nrro they tight fo Tbe Constitution of tl Unltd States noq not friuued upon Euro we do not believe Iliat it wilf kill have o walk Jnnmun do snt seem 5d be in John Dowtiev lead in tlis discussion at tho JiflVrsoi Claib next changed because of European ctamo Wednesday Wot even Italy should be joined by ever Djn is a rnnoer from Ration in Europe away back lo will too tiUjb in1 tbe election lor Clerk MuratHtilteaJ has been uuperceded hy his son Albert in tha dirt clorsllip of tbe Cil Cleik Hart Julm Dowuev and Co Supt WadsAorth will compose Ibo cny election boanf fbr ho election iri May Secretary fouler that there will be no Treaturv turglus next Tear Republiiin editors will please take The Republican ticket stems tb be go ing to pieces it would uit surbrup ns should some more yf the candidates de clineHhe VmcennCB 3 bitiitl Winle Congreisma jljnum nae not born in the Tar IHfi out thefe he is considered a gram jjou of North All bis forefather in North Carolina and the Bynu is almost as numerous as tb Smiths are Jesse A Bynum who served several terms in coogrec from tbat and who fought a due Tilth Daniel another promiuen wfis an uncle of Ihe Idiiian this loaicejil a place on tbe feepablico but hiaanswer was I am a j The Vmcennes Sun thinks tba if be any such thingas political j rinciple it ougut to bu goodiiu small alf well in local us well gen ual l Joseph Wilson respectlully de clines the honor He will no accept the Republican nomumtion fort Mayor tbe liuve to bring on anotbcr On account of several precincts at Evansvjlle hayu been thrown out and this eletits two more Democratic The have brought Buit to test the Tbe city of Braz this bts a population of with a bonded debt of nearly And it liaa never paid 8 bonus to any enterprises 01 course it is under Republican Harrison travels on free special raipe when Cleveland was Preai dent and wished to go anywherei he bought a just as ordinary people aUfljBdo Nd comment is Neiir Albany ExSejjalor C 1C an accomplished gentleman and sterling is making the race fpr Mayor of Daviess with every cuccess ticket at Vincennee te ected Fndny night ia as follows Captain 0 Clerk T BiAgnew Charles Weems Hon Cobb was dhairman of tbe conven of St having ailed to get onethird of the total f ote cost at the will nodor the law Irom boxing a represen on the election boards at the nex Here is one especially for Republican litora II tbe tariff isnt a tar paid by conenmerB how is it that sugar became cheaper as Boon aa Ihe duty on it was re moved Take your in i liegardleaa of politics it m conceded on 11 sides tbat the city ticket put by hu Democrats is superior in every re pdct to the opposition Itis com posed of tbe kind of men the city needs n Every one ol them should be It not altogether improbable that Maine and Harrison will come to sijme se loua rupture yet and it will surprise no here ifBlalne turns Over the secreta yship to the president before Jaly iliuiio will undoubtedly now cortie ontjas candidate for1 and hia fnerjdn are tready beginning to freely use Eju name n that connection i New Albany ItalianpLpers inblisbed in thin country takmglhe part f Italy m the matters pending hat conntiy and Denouncing onr overnmcnt for fulling tb comply with Ue arrogai t demands of the lUIian should be brought with round U they are Italian news apers they should be pubhshedab riice or DEpfeATitD CANDIDATE APB GeoJby bave gone to Fait liver City and will return Tuesday May at 8 oclock with a arfpply of goods a yard ncbcs alii no nnd ton of a Unio i He bosa feood blyjintending to return when common schol education and it jwell the His nomination is regarded ai a jutt recognition ollho racv of the for alsi i is mow and the ftct that he wot nominated for a third term by a w a splendid indorse ment He all ends strictly to hu ooiotber occupation tban that ol and t perhaps the best tax collector t it cUy ever That is kind of a i nan we tbe Tftis urtrt j Will ttte nomineaj for wat lint tppointtd to fill a afttrward and is now acandidjteforwhit it propefiy a If he boa mada any others burst mo a heartv atd tbe Texan paid for a luocli canvasback Gers is residence on Walnut street tiy buiidiug a neat verandain front ot Hiram Hyatt wilt put another utory on Commercial glass tbe tit tha stpre j the broke tronndlueadiy the erection of a adjoining hm residence on Halo Brick are in great The local man ifaclurcrs can no mate them although they trying Brown UJYJ baM just purchased an The imm nje new UrjcMuacbme ha is tny platform Respectfully I I WM The board ol canvassers of al election at met ami re isrd to eanvata the votes of th1 ineleeuth and thirty sixth nrpcmcls inspectors of lliote pricmcls ad no Under ruling 00 Voters were jlliis onnted out the E publican Sniviyor mtpno member of the Bijrd of Public giving tbe Democr rv a Basjonly f tbe The Republicans inll ap peal to the courlf rToiU WfWn j Ham ton was asked to appoint a tieuroWorldt Commissioner ht profeneili regret he could not do so because there waino Hit regret not ver for nnw ihala con y baa occurtcd lin h flllci It by cue of tbe uung the place of which it pracli call r no placa at to A who in thai position bare no opportunity whatever to aid m securing a proper rep reoffntfttion ol Ills rates Tbe bouee this Administration flings to ne groes are very small audj exceedingly well i I j A lot bl Blush boslbeed andia being written about the amending our Conatitulion so as lo enible Fed eral Government tol m the sev eral greattr protection to tab jectB loreigu countries therein Nothing of tlie kind U needed or should be for a momettl tolerated the general Government already has quite enough many think entirely too oref the internal affairs ot There ia no state in the Union jdoes Bynums scattered all over tht and as raoit oi them are influential democrat iliey are nil work lor the Indiana Bynom j Several et the Southern toembers nre rolajed to In giving out the janltorship ol th Ttourt house the Commissioners pjiisuei Uie usual policy of awarding ji to some one who did not fit time to attend to instead of giv to Borne deeervms poor man who need the position to tustam himself ftmih Thia is tho miserable a1 policy ircles Instead of giving contracts lor mail direct to the parties who must do Ihe they giro ihtm lo some rich who in turn devil he has i at bis putting about half the mouiy th government pays jfor the service into bis tCfln and ior no service what Several congressmen and Bavmg been abroad and were introduce 16 the royal splendors of sn imperial pre are impressed with the idea onr foreign ministers loot altogethe ain and that some special be worn by A bill to thai will be brought into the houfe a e next session It is said that Con gressman Reed will father this The lll is to prescribe that foreign ministers Acting BS plenipotentiaries shall bedressec the uniform of also are to wear uniform of mnjor with jtword and oilier Ilii1 in r lews eevergl leading officials consid ered this ncijr bill as a honx and tnany jjkpreared their belief that the dignilj anding of tbe United States would Become seriously impaired should we al late date give way to such foppery The National Association of Democrat Jb Clntis has perfected a pljn of organi yation irbich meets vuth general wherever submitted to the judgment rf parlj leaders This is now being put Sjito successful and eoobjev voting prec net in the will e brganlzd Democratic irmau Wilson of the Executive Coun has loyallyj undertaken to pro rljote the plan by a tour of ex tgnding to the Pacific co and infilud all the prjncipaj centeis of Democrat g ths selecteti for Jich stale there will bo n correspondent orgamzot appointed for each coUnly e whole will he directed from with Ihe advice and coop Station of Iho several Nation State d Congressional In relation to Ihe qntwtion of committee saya The plan of pop its is about 30 only wsyjjn which the Dembetatic jirly can secure orgimzition th fjrnpting mfljences of the larga mod corporations of the imposed to Indl ana at the H orlda I Regarding IndiaupV exhibition at he Ihe of txhibil col by the state to construct ijjion the groom at Jackton Paik an Iij 4jann State at a cost of abiut the building not Itfge nor intended an exhibition the resonrpes ol the but to rather as a receiyfng nnd entcrtalii W place for the people of tbe state It proposed toconsttuct the same entirt Indiana hot even a tile in the II or or upon the to used which is Iho product of any cjlier the beautif il hardwoolia ot tie and plate happilji ibined for an luside nnd bbijig so handsome and unique ss Dilute within themstlvcj an ol j t taclion Tbe main diaplty of and hWi Slate be made in the hhe 1ion in the uinin anil consist our mining prod tjjjf ccmont SinJt clby our muhnfaclured proijocfs cgfcsistmg of plale and other oruaiiilntil encausljc and other Oira hardwoocjs in diQerent form N Bui rjikd vehiclesjbf nil mclquini ttjiandbome display of busies and cof r4lgee of ever styl iron jnfWd igjf siffs in ivarioiia and inJIinR m all of which epirtnionta of of fe account of the cheap fuel supply o elands the front of ihki of the ns it does in the being able to the greatest VJUH ty of ceVeaU and and the finest vantiya ol the Irfst breeds m ilia live stock siibsv MJIIC ulture wnl be of our ma u andorr lion nillure iwlmling tbe great canning industries df te state Borne FlAILBOAO AND SHOP Felix Quirk is regarded ns t engineer on tho 0 to a number of shop the hjnd employees fin haU been ellltcted niib la John J Ftin laid ofl Tu dov after heir Uncle band Eiliine 72on No camel in wnb tbe right head blown Cogan and M1 gineers wcri at President will extend banch railway from Htirtersville i t We dont know of any of tnen that U skk 01 tbe gttop goingto Tho order of Switchmen ha 60 nub an average mem lie of 90 lo a City politics seem to be tho til abfe bing topic at Ihcjshojw at an the DemocratssLctn tu be doujg til ib I I Oh many Of ihn rdilroads lin SoUt America and Panama engineers l per mouth and heuitu Irom to The earnings of the Ohio S Mississip pi railway for the first quarter of Apri were 391 G a gam ol over the first fteeli ot Setchol tbe handsome yonfi draughtsman is toon to take onto bitn sell a better so simh dame rumor A lady from the bait ia to be the happy Tht 4 are putting ii metafli lacking of different makes on siveral lo heir engines on and if t proves wtisfactory will probably be put in rise n all The city MarahaJ and Police thovjld ee that the law Regarding boys jnmpitii on trains should be slrictly enforced am 1 neceeeary arrests BbquM be mode an he culprits punished Engine 80 will soon he com piet ready to cd in eorvice Ihisifla tandard paeBenger engine and ia ti 5th new enguie built since the shop has now filed kOj application in he Lawrence county circuit court to hue areteifer appointed f4 tbo Thfs is done under a recent law which I f 1 J he Wrsconein Central hu a 1 terns JLo lave been at The Terre Haute and InJiunapoli oad is seventythree miles in length and on its line are nearly mnetyelgh miles of spurs leading to tbe coal n Clay and side Traffic reported slack on the C c M jutt Tlneistbe cSse on al and is to be due to the tiortage in crops for the past two yean nd the et il effects of the McKmley taril aw on President of the I onuvilje isville and Louis pm hated three and proposes o make the run with the through pas enger trains from Lomsville to Loiiit n seven I W L formerly of this tut now general foreman ol the i Big il ndlanapoliejthan bad a severe attack pJ a grippe was and his room or several butt we are pleaiei 0 hear that he is on the 1 Tb e itai I way Service ias a bonmmi editorial in favor of Hon Indi for president of the United States lo it the grand Secretary treasurer c be Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen Enfliurcr President o he Ohio and Mississippi who has eert confined to hia home with B severe aseoljfhegrippd for some wks ble jlo Vide out He el to his offifb again within a weti if be nneato t cap run a passenger train a tbe rale f a mjlo forevery secobda1 nys an old railroad Ut the passengers wouldt stand Vheb I get oii a of forty miles onri the coaches eway so that half tlie become frightened and c 3wci one of the moat prom nent locomotive engineers in the on Monday tera ong illness of net lieleceaabl was born in ami oyinrsofnje He was well known n being chairmim f th rallrofldets grievance icennes rejoices over the ru roor IB IigJFour has aosorhed the A nl utid will consolidate its shops ilVi Wehopettiu Old lost maly I thn s and when she gsts tlieiii eep tkt II em Tins is a bird in the vcr Vineckines iiad a birdim band ind let rt nnd she bus beeti ighercelt and tiierjbody else evei A nfji f irmpf tickei 13 to be put rh se on the 0 4 M beginning May njitejullnf Ihe card ticket uow In nsei oiipon picket hill he used with the name llJKtjiious on the the dealing on r po ut to rtiiLh luket it to be sed hei me jf This fjrm ol ticket 1 ind ai npcd by all tbe principal Aboui t A BIB t ipvnnsville had another jttttrsday the new bmldinz being I j340 m As the paper goes to press heavens ire illnminited with the and the firemen bave lost loss will amount to at least buildiuR and slock are probable that tho Muckpy balding will also The firemen are rjow using everv effort I to save the id pubchc hy the agent at tjte lantrvi fourdclock Thnrad ly afternoon fire br ike oft on the secon 1 ifl lor Ol ared Keiths budding on Milh streej po ite the Meredith In a fnw fire deparlment bad it The damage lo Jobt Inn nridei Smitria drug nn adjoiningbutlding was conBideraMo from the TCeilti no fin lua I mi h is folly insured The origin oi HI a Mr cient sh Jp and if ho could get tie akaiatiinie of oar city marshal aridpolie the of hays jumping outrun i and tiding from the depot to versa coul I be brrf ken c it prnotjce bqvf Dpi construction of tbe Erans Thduaands of oeople Kichwioud the notwithstanding Ihe newll neL uhorles Maddox lost B leg in tfo one Das any idea how i He bronght suit and was nward fire Ills a terrible ed sWOpi dam The judgment the low will be nevifr through big atfai i i J m i AJ E Walkup makes a very efflV There is this and at netlya has Thji indanger their livei and alto Inconve uencoJo train s a new system in the line of dmingckr ser ice The waiters are white men and a canspicnous partof the bill of fare u a Hun reading Waiters are not cremitted to tecieve change left the bible for this purpone mil bo turned m to the coripanjV With hieals 4t 75c this it a the tip of the system on j Tihe Scunlijic American says an mven vaution is now nndefgomg which pronusps the improvement of rall wav The invention consisti of t email dynamo and auxiliary tngibe upon the locomoliye in way aa to be easily furnishing a ciirreul of email f6rce but quarj which is made tp pats Irpm one pole of tjhe dynamo to one pair of driving hence along the raillo the oth er puir of driving thence to tbe pole of the thus forming a traveling moving nt kll times with tbe By mejins ol thlt current an incipient weld it canted bt tbe wheels ind rails poidt of preventing the slipping of tbe Xbe working tht de vice shows an increale ol iOIK per in he hauling power ol tbe The model without tbe application of current would not mount a gWde of I fif teen per but when the turrect wtt applied it mounted a grade of thirlyfiVt A locomotive it ao4r fctiog equipped with the invention v to tett U on he Baltimore aniLOhio I Coant tUe Euos Nebekerjof ed to succeed Hunter aa United States will take possession ol the office next When aatnmea charge of the office all the money in e United Stales Treasury will to be A committee consisting of three one representing the out going one representing tbe incoming treasurer and one representing the Secretary of the will superintend tbe Thijy be iisiated by about 50 elerts the bonds tnd fi ill take this force about tbrejs weeks tb count the Affdr the rency is counted tbe heavy that of weighing the This is by the committee with the brip of about 12 laborers wbo place the which it In great upon It will take tbout two months to complete There are now tins weight of coin in the Treasury to Approximately there are ndw in ttte vaults Until the count it completed and the lUpney found correct the bond of Treasurer Huston is not re 11 The new church will soon be completed John WardTM Iowa is home a Sheriff was ID our cijy on business Howard CroSko went to county TbuisJajJou business Our now receiving one dollar psr their Miss Cora Beji guest of B cf 0 ia the tv and Chas 1ms open new in tbe Odell build iog Scarcely any jals will bo sown m this part of be owing la the late was here tire fust of Charles of vmtlng hit Y the Tbm Payne of were visiting at ot Mrs John Sunday te tit ol was np visiting C ftjrrell and wife the first ol the Jtmes moved his family on bit farm n the big Uo miles west ol Odon is tchool board that willftnfld one tlncle Abe living three miles south town hasa cancer forming on bis thia being its second Tbe Drs iSemffhaverenltd HilchcocltB and will put in o Urge stock at This will make four for his family to Terre Htnte tow cmedown Tues lyin reed of a new ityliot elect a town A queer UellclMc Great religions excitement Is prevail ing at ML a country in tha south part of Monroe A spirit nal meeting has beeh in progress at that place for more than six weeks under the supervision of three women preach tbe Misses Sarah Annie Huffman and Mattie ol Jlli who claim to slay with tbe pow cast out A peat man behevert have been found in rural vicinity and tho excitement bw btcoma almost a When Btruclt with the power the victim begins to and gradually becomjng until he or she alls tft the floor and then lies as if in a The ser ices are of a sensational slsting principally of singing and praying n which all join at ThB majority of converts rre children end young Tbe moie educated and level leaded people of tbe community take no lock in the A gfeat many mvo attended and the impress on it tbat it is a humbug more ol day to Idok ODonal is fiut his stoi k of Quits a nnmhjir our local spoilsmen report having success in cilcbing the finnv warm days make u fine who i The pleach put forth their Beautiful pink and It Ja a A tbat unless fnrtl domes thete wijl be Jots ol pLiciaes ia thw section Kr thftrnnnfrir was at the and tuesday 50 cent yet ie WM and the Uncle OperahouseMo This was each night thn in all it waff a At present wi first cinei hot munlty can n worth me tome enteqrici matter in bandit m great need of s The traveling com iet accommodatlona We hope ttiat person wil take the The machined the Odon cheese factory baa and tbe tompany expect to be ru4atijK by the first of next reason why Odon thonld not be cheese market in the west lick Miss Many of Greene cour It visiting her Albert Ed Dunn vjd4o Mltche1 last ItfU where make his future g v a trip home from last Sunday tJtn to see him leayei friends reg et an injury than a benefit to the This durdnguiibed wlo hat frei uently occupied the bench in this conn1 died suddetily last Saturday at tome in New Irom ad appoplec tic In an adml able sketch of the deceased Neil Albany Ledger eayt When tlie hislorr I Ihe bar of Indiana ia George Bickuells life will form ot its irijhtcst As a jurist heUield rank s one among the ablest judjjs in thii Thoroughly mlormed ijl law mentions and painstaking in bis invest ilious into tbe merltt of the he ilear minded and perspicuous in1 iia but few of hit decisions were tle higher The dignity ol possessed by him gare to the court an 1 equal dignity or rdceedingi and always maintained a discipline among bar and Kindly but genial leposition gentle in he was robably the most popular at at the most eminent Judge that Indiana ver one of tbe beet t The It ia not yet understood at it should e tbat the present Indian troubles are argely duq lo tbe WHBt oi lays Htrpertf We bave undertaken ofeed tbe ar d we da not do it We have underUlcen I because hare acquired so much ot the Indian It has been surrendered by md tbe Indians are compelled to live on and unfit t for ajid where icy can not eustam life by jsnltivatlng IB It is a plaip whites in great Iter trying it have Abandoned leir farms and have gone ut the Indians can not leavtEbelr res rvations abd wander in puranft of em loyment kithout a permit i from the1 ent They are compelled lalivt upon be snppliet that thtj government has greed to themfor tile which hey have tnd niton what ttle stock they can ra se fromHbt very mall allowance furnllhed thtmjtor stock icod Is the vital question of the presept gDBfratioo Of i Wheat it and the ODS peitsloragoodcjap were never more flattering at of the Esquire a lifesize piclt re made m terra ftrSSpUear the depot quite has framed the picture with E3 Pish kivfw next Tuesday h housebuilding carpenter contr OB as a tuccesaf Exit wat Recorder K Be entered he will engage ot in Is one of our boss and can be relied Wednesday lastday in offi duties as Becon er first year tha Now eight years toffiee reeeipts the office Is worth a Jokin the nfcw has taken the Pcjter for a Icng time Deputy wilf be Doschs will do business at books will be nicely Mfji Xidwell will a general purchased 0an Fees Heyvfcl be no new hand at the living bed twentyJive yeara experience sugar i corsets 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