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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - March 11, 1893, Washington, Indiana                                TH NN of Mah bc putting a razor f r the German SI if Socrebiry Dayarj for the nion for tipKpimihb Governor of Mexican mission Patrick of for Consul trcueriil at London to nlge OU bin OK Mondaf Cleveland shook hands BAST BOTH is the uncrowned of tbe White OBAI will nil the Mex ican with dignity and fo tbe Tun toernoers of the Cabinet ex cept Secretary who hud al ready taken the wore sworn 111 from Worlds Fair Commission gets the Lojfislature just ad Tnmlay and assamid charge of the do I Later the first Cabinet meeting and the President is said to have cautioned the Ministers to take their time ioi the matter of making TitKBE will be no extra session of Con and no extra wwion of the Indi ana TUB corporations will fight tbe law taxing the property of parlor car and telephone IT u thought that those holding Pres idential offices will be allowed to hold I their time out unless for SnorLi it come to courliet between crinoline ami Fair some thing will hbve to fiivf u will not be The following an THE nun of the total ot the Legislature of 1893 if less than that of the previous Legisla THE foreign press seem to be well sat isfied with President The typical American stands well at homo and SECBITABT HOKB SMITH is alleged to have quite a number of relatives bearing the same name in this Moat of them want bill authorizing cities to iasna to fund their indebtedness und provide a sinking fund passed both houses ot the SKJATOB KKVXKDT voted against the bill to allow the States good money to pay for the entertainment of the at He did right A DISTATCH from states that the expenses of the sixty days ses sion of the Indiana which bus just amounted to Broad telephone through which tbe Telephone Company iao controlled tho businessfor the years expired Tncs OXK thing has been noted since March There are more Democrats than there are About eight hun dred Missouri Colonels want to be re ox yesterday ar rived at his home at Indianapolis where he was appropriately He Ap preciates what it is to bo a private Citi zen once THK Gazettes liiauitural report was completed published In this city notwSth niuiidihc the tact that we arc on the other t What other other aide of tho inaugural report tho city TBX State debt will be reduced 000 by a pending and the in terest thereby lowered This money will be paid out of the treas nry April It will leave a debt of IT is reported at Pittsburgh not withstanding the companies a crcceral of switchmen is threat cued on the Pennsylvania railroads lines of Pittsburgh and on the Baltimore and fax Gazette says that the credit of enacting into a law the carcoupler bill belongs to the Bepublicans in A Democratic House passed the bill a year since which time it has held up by a Republican BwauTMBrorSTATE GBESHAM is of tht opinion that there was altogether too mnch haste in formulating the Ha waiian treaty in order to insure a commission will probably be sect thither to investigate the SBCXETABT CABLISLK received the treasury from the Republican AdmiDis tration with only exclu sive of the reserve and a net cash balance of only of which is in National Bank deppeij in coin and in minor IT is said that the Chicago directory of the Worlds Fair will not accept the appropriated by Congress u a loan for paying jurors of The managers also chum that in thus grant ing it Congress violated its they are not urklcr obligation to observe tbe Sunday doe iug TKX attorneys of tbe corporations af fected by tho law passed by the Indiana Legislature on the lastday of tbe ses sion taxing sleep ing express ear and fast freight companies have determined not to sub mit the report This will bring the law into the and its disputed constitutionality will be LEO the Pope of the Roman Catholic was 83 years old and nobody has even had the hardihood to hint at failing powers inthe case of the venerable Esglands grand obi is Bowly as old and in full possession of bis faculties and of physical strength sufficient to carry the enormous burden of work which his position Tax policy of attacking the McKinley act in detail was pursued by the Demo cratic House of tho FifthSecond Cou a number of bills aimed at ite provirions being passed only to be pig eonholad by the Republican Amiong the more important bills passed ware thf oaroonpler the Chinese ex and the National Qnaran tifto the Antioption measure being tftoaft important of thoff disctused wMchgrt with defeat THE Inflowing iT a Washington tip of New Yorkfor the French mission Lambert of by th tter i than it will be effect To invvcni ward luler on it m for lltut tin ifnu Ulnliiau fore l the iKMilikirt anil it mnkc uti alteration in tinKn hlle t ITE Chairman of the House Committee on Appropria bos issued a statement concern ing the appropriations of the FiftyHee ond He shown that they ng gregstod 41 or less tlian the Fiftyfirst The appropriations df the last Congress no cesfiiiatod by legislation of thr Fifty flrst aggregated Uedmt ing the appropriations of the Fiftysnciiml Coxgress were more than less than those of the Fifty I Imliutiu iulit to l Not I i or anytj 1 rich hnrvot t This DUIV m hut it It is i Here Me No r un tie ii And luir be 1 r Kisition to profit wcHtyTtj It is safe to say tliG the n through ii i frOIIVMS t l l Ii tllBt the Mute on her best biK I If early aiul liberal i riiiint all j i farm bmldinL ant N LIST OF NEW l I b Hi ul 1111 por ear lMui lit of tile up II Illilt botll i IV tlO All bin l en by Tip lulls are not pveo by their ii ari und often is tint their efteot is us t Apprnpriatioii ff i i IM n Io continue rs t tii ttorncy is tin ity t A riehlttlre to hoil s of in than lu r nbsiibc t railrotids contracts are IK t JJicd naitoiis t raise Ule unvu j 1 T IreVjiit f ein Illiirit liroOTi iV iitiiii order ot court in thirty mj lo puiisb stolen property the io raise to ii iiinke nn which children cuunoj eni in in ploveii in mines ami inetftl Jiarues Tu age of fourteen L Stukclmkej To cover into county and trrnsiiriis of uinkiiig i i MiLcnity 1 o prevent trns tecB froin teluhers aftiir thiir terills e i Julloji 1 it extend jurisdiction tf Iourt City charter nts lioinriik lor UK tilnir t L VcliiiLh Tho d i iiiiproveiiitiits ttl I I i ol 1 Aohintary i lUilultiasxjeiiilion with the yinni etiiiii stricken Moore mir of t Mulvclveyr IiirciiiL 1iweekij pay iii Iits of sajiiry to For the o sav liifloid To shut out foreign aiul to ihiou HjifouUards about domestic liuild to provide for Women children in fticto Stuart To ruise Marion s sidiiry to iidi u SSMiiey prison uiirdens t eaitle and to tbe prison county andi Miikmur chiingiw of worlds luir cjitlitli livniLdealers tho rijtUt to I hanille school To relieve Captain I i sewer impr6ve 1 cities t hell IILthree for the tiiii iriist aiul safe deposit com Ivtru Rniijiiig the Stipromc Court Ke Is the first Democratic since James Buch took bis went there was more J confusion than at tbe present i lie officoseekcrB did not know bow to go j about the work of securing federal offi ces and the President did not have any experionce to aid As a result there was delay and ultimately quar rels and bickerings between All this is Now the seekor for ai well as the purveyor of has hie experienced hand and tbe beadsman known his Changes are likely to come rapidly and with neatness ami TUB joint committee of the Indiana House and appointed January to investigate the charges the management of the State Prison completed tbuir and they were submitted in the two branches simultaneously Tbe majority of the committed accuse the minority of condnctinj B prosecution instead of an and find that tbe financial management of tbo prison has been and that punishment to con victs has only bocn administered to tbe extent required by proper The majority report is signed by Dein and tbe minority by the citizens uf India Ujo of A fics i fact uf 3 foro paint JUT ip i l i i i ar i There furiiihii THE Democracy of DaviesB and Mnr tin counties havelreasoD to be proud of their State Kennedy stood and had his votes counted on every either for or as ho thought to be right He baa betm absolutely honest and cou scienoqui in his efforts to procure legisla tion favorable to tbe majority of tbe No mistake was made in select ing him for the position and his faithful work ip the Legislature has proven If snch men were selected throughout there wordd be no occasion to kick agaiust vicious It is a source of disappointment that there were not more members in the Legisla ture hie THE London of which the bril liant Lflbouchere is is advocating a reform of tbe social system which will permit women make proposal of Laboochure argnea that the choice of a husband rests with the woman in any and she should have the privilege W making known that choice instead of limiting her action to those proposals which men to make to Labonchere thinks that woman coulil propose with more case and gracv than and that it nhe were allowed there would bo more he bo many men do not marry simply because timidity prevents them from de claring execrably weather of the last two Presidential inauguration days has elici ted from Senator1 Joiin Hberman u joint resolution to BO amend the con stitution ns to April SO for March for thatpni The won der is that tho has not been made long Jives of many peo ple havebeen shortened by exposure to the incJsmont wejithcr that usually pre vails on the fonrtl day of If adopted by Congress and ratified by tho States niiicH there ought not to be any doutt change wiD take ef fect in It wffl lengthen the terms of tbe President and VicePresident and and Represcutatires nearly two but the terms of their suc cessors will not bo i JUDGK i One day an important case was called in Judge Irtsbams and tho Of ts fb llillich To Ill To union loli lioMeriuir county do natc money for educational Ttrhnue cTiminal civil Hord pay rlaim of to plus jrruvel t To ri fund rft iMUL tlniin i r rcluaniilii pi lited r it ia T O keep bu an j workniflitship that nill bo t lit which hayc n and they will begoo i the tiie Btyle of an ir Tbesi tickets M ill i diffon ill mil They aill oiiiv tbcy ml ofTertid to hiy Tlms tbem tl411 be avolill coorplirnoiitury have the intention of the I the hst down as h atnl to issULtbeOl inly cifil JoKition by the iv thus preporuil includes tii h of the tb I V allof thu pOMSes Will have In1 iitmtogrnpli of tbo bolder to tliiir inj Visitors at Fail have an opportunity to n tionaiAdaily ncwsini bijgining to the end of the vrrl in all its Tho Columbian itiors tiai will te publihbcd i in JIiichineiTc Besides tl UJ ilcjtdnu oftrenoon paixrs ol itM ill get out Fair the sami building Fiii f tbij English naming tho city will eaohcontribnte a pajt to tbrec int s on grounds till 1 Ctibirn only WorbJ8 Fair 1 pmliftDle too wittitlio city pxpcrs I in The tribnie4 by mornn t Isllifl filf a MoMuIliii first nlilr ad liable freight nil the uay Vormilhon for year lueuws for Mord To pjy chiini of Warr Ader Io give chaiiire frum to justice of the T repeal cliiusu uml ll of i iarh j Hiiiwn of i t Iliafrjj lixini interest on i funds ftt M per of tiln ilijnttri Amending criminal Io regulate coal lisjuis and furnishing 1 4 Thprqton jind r uf plesulcntial j lltguluting childrens trilman Concerning long1 j Mcliouiilil Jror the roapjnuiHeiuPUt f rrul Inunrty in i f for p in cdties o iuhiibitunts j Mr H ol Changing name i of i crnori Cji ilt to union t Muart and I Ivirn jurisdiction of I foe and snlury i law iis to linker new judicial ciecnit out of the and Forty Authorizing the Govern or to exchange certain hinds with IJolcomb jltcforming coriHjral pnn Parker the Fourth judicial j i I record indexing in tbe i Clerks the Supreme land pnr by Stute tyir the incdrporatibn of I biiilriinu1 mill loan f n jixing terms of conri in Illrnes the apiKiintment df road sujMsrvisors bv f tea ft part of eobt ip to too gmnridti in thr tvpcd piiitrs for tin in will 6f collected on lie putlill type by nilliijlso fcervd as procuhH of willjbr klinwa In i thon tho papers will H1 placed in l of iflereo r tuee ilid ill which faer plates 11td off the HJuary a Idiiiitliy Coitrier id doTvn an1 D mjUl IVUU United States Bintrict Attorney be withdrawn from thedocket By whose inthority aeted Jouriia as fallows T at lidrjie HIM abroad iI tboJnejjiberfiof a wiiicfi lias bciin four t Adnnnis no the NMII sincii tliM All opportunities and IjiUiineHS mil sharing m Us tie Kypub licttiihapit d th i cnts Hoarcfof the inability of public wbict tlii UK n schooV of instruction TJui Inndjsaonld Taise iii purily imaginary concptioii the Civil bftHonly a as a bar i Itepubli CAnsatiil to we do rntfinnv totiail INDIANA COAL ill ctrli III I V cs tSlo Yl4ri III I ii nl utxi H In NeikMloi IJiird rs Vnnderbiirv m 8tv tluHOi b couiitks to sahaiies f Iteliymer AiiKjudmg fee set ns to Shelby For relief of r Wrtnilhon Slipht auieniltiHiit t ronl j Siopjiensora H toad i To relieve tho jtidtjo of conlitv from an extra Jobnwiu of To cover back for reiijiportionment btirplns fnnds belj by I Perinitting cities taj issue builds for niilrofjds to issiio preterred Vuveii Fixuig term of cohrt in Forlvsecimil rrossart T salaries of Jeputv f township Hord Cofniploves liability ac of To enable to electric lipbt Collins Fur the mcorporatimi of trust con Iflair street railrottfl com paiijds to their I Iliiiigber To prevent 10 cent cjish 1ort Wayne jutbrie fixing State tax levy at iiJ Cents cuttidg special school fond iiillop teiicral appropriation Mclntire To iuforiurate Cunceniinj To cover into city iexeesficK of sinking l Hrwin To compel railroads street To equalize terms cif Appcl latu I and tnls of Center towship To resiire records J Hnugller To prevent blockade of crossingM by freight srATK Crfinor To restore tiie court of i Mcllugh of Tippcciiuoe fixing the time for Circuit mil Superior courts in Ilpixcanoe To annex a cityj m n Coucernins local lnlk liegtiiring railroads to record Swectwy Indexing judirmeft Ncuby cities to ijsne Iviids to fund indebtednilss and create sinkiiii force tbo recording of court orilerfi allectinx real McHuih of Tippeciinoe theiincorimratkni of titlonl CdinpellingfdiiiitlcH tii pay for orjdais on county r Morpaii iLiniitiug tbe power trusteos in binntr Siveeney Forcinrr the recordjni of executed in foreipu icoun living tbo Oovernor lha Atatce Prohitriting the sale to Board f rf HMP l j tiepicHOiititives ot tbo various i bi tuiiiinous COJL held tHeir annual tniL in tile ordiuarjoE the Tprrc houso early j i lie s woro represented I Creek Coal Calx1 Shelluirn Coal oom j Citrryvill Mining com I Purkei Coitnty Coal j lirajil lilock Cdal John Ingle A Josepb Bluff Jfin Indiana CoaJ company and First Avenno CoaJ com ofliecrs ivrre to for the i nsnuuyear ileoruc vice secretary iiuid e committee Uul Joseph JL Andorhon and The ruoBt mutter bejorij the jneitiug for discussion IVIIB tibe Decejitly emwited laxv puymentrt i With out taking defmito action it is likelythe operators will test the conKtitutjonttlity of che The principal duty tbe members of the evecutive comniittA is to dinVrences operators anil i By instructions from was the But wbosi instructions asked thu The if un We do not reeognize the right of anybody at even the Preei dent to inter whether instructions or in the trial of a cause before this Proceed nith the trial of the The trial and a conviction fit riculttire power to tnrc Until wii timl to same from trust tbo t j lEgbaiu Fur tbe of mort IMllilivlllr 1He wheatcrop looks rather blue ibut ii t Jolm Trutter is buililiny a residence i ixovcr President of Ithetuiteil Iteiiulent itiaufroral nd ss read by every the blue bird builds tinfarmer is doing bis BOW Hijvnes hriH bitm aifpointed tho ixaoe for Steele arc htill intiioiit a Davidson blve impmved their voices by con stiiiii practice at tho lato revivUl moeU ini They Bro nltiiort prjrKnadcd t tulo the riiid audKintffur Henry the just closed a prptniqttd mtjetiug at uccom nnuJi in his revival meet ing ilddid 70 persons to f church by of Ji tbe the wjll njafce bin next regular tr March SJ ud reiuain two No iiain in extra terth Rail Otillook fur dtustiou all bail tYv Ailniinistra it uv prosperout galcito ijrcfit n Marcb i railroad Circles bere in f principal u iuiiile to thereat laws nt thi Htller For the iuslitntion ot live uneasiituKs nniDDg tbi stodk insnrnuce I iiaiEuts Jouatban Je4ning8 moiinmenti ISnghttra Two nets for stWfr and far ijjpopulttr vote bu tiiv IniUdiii of grjivij md an act if loud super in the towrjMiip In the i 1 prove the most IprieticiU reforjn in the ninii sya tem adopted in receiit v With tbe right 1ind of ia no reason why good cannot be iutde in nil thickly settled Heck Tnentyfivo thqnsaud lollare Kutikukeo i Concerning tho construction of mjaers itrike at lUcutint il thi Coul CHII not bo traaspurted and as Chicago is an lipuwftant doposit for Clay side trucks aro aqd it U reported tbattbe mines will be soon throwing tbjousiiuda of men out of Fifteen eoiployea of thri Ji were luiilofr thifi It is inmnred Chandler To force the vacation of that the swjtchmcii on Sj JL cool f roait will ciSmo out in a few Iotsi for struct I Thayor Providing for tbo cusjpdy of i Bchool a i Authorizing towns fo pay i for Wreet j Concerning open Rittoilto Xcllic yylvofter Reeves to Pa tv RE5 tmil or 0 r U At Me of tho erul 11 Auoth lily httn I its be i the i after M i The bienniivl average it ently tbo present si it can be the fruit the must i luii an The peri parties tin aui1 when the ties frame a fair isfactin t i oeen accdi nev 1 can but i meut bill I it in jiosed by t justj unfair i choice of i ITie tiun of tbt ly upon th dollars lueasares n tion which Tiie i which so upon wbijh lent and edi as i able insihir cational in recieVed f r not vsry HI r lluibill r i r to the rightfully i it stay or i as so far re inont of There is luoasurert i which rest ruentH for bnildinjr amount lueosliro M who bos a who can number of part western PH which thousand Mr Switzcrlan of tho versed dnr stii acts of tbi i aruiuod on1 compare of perbaps in fact attention the tbree Anstrailia1 Jfot than the the his sosi is followinp Tho OF THE SESSION Of linn o in t N li by tbo ral Attembl is a f ing the hi thereIs n r sinking insuring tL Ktnto del it ing and per the effect hnil i uign i more iefiVcn A CLnt which r cqlilibil thwHtati luir to pre foirdi than Qju i Tho upon tbo Wayne Inucb I ho thuy an1 Th Bnhjectifl any otbdr Inture itt Hngh pity I vimonsj i will n tor the Tiii our n t of The News Senator of one itc members of tbe Gen has follow f the work of tire session of tbe Genera Assem jnl It made by that record it must lieou well that a LoKislaturo docn Ijves t he good it may have done ilter into ie which bos cJoHed its ii a body of men of Itual and I hon T generally devoted to Ihu best leyiiilation ac r Although tbe imiy have witnessed no liiisnul I think with justice that no vic iir corrupt measurts were npresent The uill nudoubledly invoke o criticism is tbo ap If tbiflbill is It is simply history repeating is as old as political Ives it nourished in the cr ilajs of thu big and Democratic par i for tbe To legislative apportion iiuuest in its snt piirtisans of contending uaver yet and in my jndg il Speaking for my upprove of tbo bill in de iug that an apportion iiic kiatl Bhonld be pasbed Tbe substitute pro linority woa equally nn i It was s port of tbe other legisla on has been based urge 11 of involving is Ikoow of no venal ring an v corrupt propoai i btHjn evolved by our seB i npon i b anxiety was and much earnest labor was liberal to the benevo tional institntations of tbe condition of our Ali6f the ahorit each of the tbree edn tionrt of the have tho present judicious if 1 iTingthe opppjntiva pow it justly and and where we trnst of political evoln an was a step and will Id the cordial indorse r of both I rge nnmbor beneflcal i interest of the poor man slature has not i privilege to pay assese t improvements or sewer regardless of the upon any one Iota premite the poor man not folly paid and ivide tbe burden of as Reveral A largo irtant practical drainage jiy affoctioK the nortb our State bave been pns restore to tilling ma y land now practically MO Senator Griffith of i common witn nearly all with whom I bave con i be closing hourt of the in his opinion tlio nil when ex it will be will ably with the work except of 1S89 and 1891 this much aven toward amending r reform measures of those the school book tbe law and the new tax aterests the people more i if taxation and among t valuable acts passed at i hich the public at lorfe may be mentioned the ax by which r of the promise made dnr and by which i ttion of rate for State tho State debt i wise act of State gradual reduction of our passed snpplement the schoolbook ii nand tho tax by tbe of which the be of these laws is made and la in the bill known as has been settled IB i ue passage of an act alike r a mens 1 iwtter to the average em ui and other corporations y other suiter State to has been on ferring special charters s of Evansvillo and ecu In spite of id other work involved in Miose we believe lie idea Of municipal re bu popular measures i of those bicb has probably been re odversecriticism than ure of tbe present Legis i known as the fio d We beheve its pro better known and nn t with general that annual elections indispensed t use amount of mot Finding MISERABLE A day tnaj by fine State Gambling ploa of State selling without Trial decision Odon S f s A deed whiohfor State seUing on anything which hH j these parts for a long tiffla took State selling four Trial feS decision land has jait conie i State exhibiting garjj ing device nolhjjil j State MUing to Plea of guilty aiS fined State spiling to Plea of guilty State selling to Plea of guilty anjffinid State selling to V State Fain selling on tindercm r present Australian ba lot ction ia ad expensive Jux amj i t y are made they majiir our cities t better min thus secxirt believe lor whii tan poliop Wbilell able to during tie pi able existing tine tbe better element of reputable and r municipal and more efticiunt I I will become more popu provisions ore better cities ofover ten bitaiitu on the metropoli 111 m a wjsa was not iregardec odvjs i iv very riidical rdod laws some valu iU have been made to tbo Wisdom of which ill SOJFf HOUSE The cuit court David Hef i The disposod of State K pleaofjjni Ity State K trial bv State TB on tlie Temple of rui of the Daviess Cir 5 c ned this Judge iii oriniinftl coses were Bfellingto minor und fined selling on Sun Decision selling on Sun Plea of guilty ai State to and prosecutor an aitrl cause was ooij gale on State selline to minoK Plea of gnilty State Belling to State selling to State selling to j ji State sellicg on Sondaj Trial by guilty and flna4 State Oerlaf selling to Trial by fijpul guilty and flneji State Indictment q etrncted to pre vitand informi State Plea of State Lymgji Sale oii Plea line S State LymjA OarricOi Nollieig J State Bale1 V Plea of Pine f Martfc Plea I i State Commoil Plea Fine State Daviq Pointing f deadly Trial by ing State Three sale to minor of Fine in each caaes sale on day and sale Trials ThteJ caaes sale to rainy j State Arch ProvoW flea FijrJ 1 and J State WflliVfli Cotomok State Plea of Frank by jury was seittenoed thirty days in thij county jail and franchised for sale to minoj John returned the city this mort feig fresh and heartJ from his libore in the Ti V Court honored return by to Frank on the charge Joe and Howard were lool after the Jhfeir clients in thy Circuit r Emerson a leading atton noy of Bloomflebgjainthe city attenoi widoWbf fbtte idied Tiursday morninK aprotrmcted and painful Aged1 Her maUdy baffled tBWaiaiot the ing ExClerk Joeeyt Laoy retnriierj from ang when Circuit ClejJ Bhmp appeared V hiflipfBce this he found Clerk Lacy fee b and receipting dne which had been dorinK hia Joe needed the ii ft John Reporter the Supreme and one of tijj brightest the State was attendance at Cocrt this week aa asuisting the prosecution Harris with and Arthuj Jordan in the David Taylor vfl Jordan and the Union graph for The case of thatste Wastj the larceny of jiFhe jury hith two yean Ernest je finding was the Ejchey was ipfjAprlL n ohi charged watch from Wednesday him guilty and the In case of Belling to on trial b The State poned to the 6 The State iritb selling mo tried before the found not SIW sty Oeoree Wade et tiffs j John Scuddcr vjg dnke et ney for Mary Dant vjjiSnsan Blake attorneys for1 pf id defeni B Ida Wado J Win Before adjourning the diana Legislature Jessed the bill taxing and other The bj is one of the comprehensive of ii kind ever paasefl by an Indiana It providsj that all palace caft express and freight associationt companies doing bnajj ness in the jbetjier formed nif der the laws of or some o shall file with the Auditor a sworn showing tal the valao of machinersjiitorea and length of Eij in and ontaffla the State and ratters connected its ownership anc T statements ore to laid befoie the commiflsionera to 1 Ji the basis asaeasmenta againflvf such H flnfrof fafl toiinake such and if snit brpnght on penalty of C0pe U jp CHwar Smith runs asmaH Far James hia a young man wHb has attained hia ii manages the hit father being minirtM who spends tortjOl hiitiine away fata T son of a widow Krihg near Farvi hooked ft pair ot iflbTvc Young South notified of her spai and with tbe understanding that the youths ftrror overlooked she paid Smith for the gloves as well as thing additioaalfor hia j by i who follows j i HesadresseJinoteto asking her to como to the iibre xih im portant She bijting WiffiamlteMoeiwith When she arrived ai the store Smith told her that I the Piiierton Detective Agpieyhid the H matter is hand aid thataomethingitBcire would iprp to ba done to keep out of tBe gfiTppfliiPTlfavj aj ployed by the that they authorized him to iay to her that the matter would be hushed by her paying him Be ahowed Prewitt a porting to be from the JPiakertonij but i which la fact had been adroitly prepared i I One jxjor donbtleas bdttjHng it wonH Hrre her from diagimos ani her j boy frtini the Smith j all the money demanded u irefl I i eonts which he said would reqoired i to pay postage on the i It would aeera that the man i the story for the be I At toy raid he entered i qljjecl and said aothiUg abbnt it for j He finally leaked 1 A bench warrant waa iaroed Thnridiy andaiwagdtopreaBweinn2 i derstaad that the ogLpeM aria after j on SatmiUy placed in i Young Smith WM seen Moftday by He is abotttflj feet j tail an3 be ia 18 years the chirgB against him is tramped npby spite work and that an enemyby tiV name Langhlin at tie bottom that he widow in the ease ianot she ia worth ho never got any qf her tfiia k the first disreputable ever brought against hijn He haf emf poyeS connflBl and wfll flgit the borne ni at the pran lj Dcmlb aW phymctea death M been expected fo died resignedly and ronnded by her children ifrienii at her beantifal home in j from ahe being thrown violently Her maiden name jWag She was thejdanghter of Hjittr ipioteerof jDarieaa the was married to andbyhimwaa the five of whom are St Jonei and IMrmi The deoeueii jlevoni and Influential the OUnioht tiBuff luy pf large toeins ahe VM lowi hejr powerful aid to the Cinrohi to I condition at Oodg She wia fi woman of bnirjinsji ienai 1 L 1 tie to Safe feft by her Imshftnl Here hare Sueit deroted to ai Sje ins a leadof and as ani her loraly home The roneral fromi mept called of t is caused by ft   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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