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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - March 16, 1895, Washington, Indiana                                THE I COUNTY MARCH WEEKLt EDITION 1 oil t r1 vjfti re n the d Lord iliI NuW all ovir ionic like to li khe Dt vir tt r Hum runil ilwply ti iu the Sown t the Lp them Aliinlny and carti1 Uiicf of htiUiiinry CoMinnss but it a hliTe u UK In d ana Til1 lotlinoa cuJiai in tar ol sinttu enilel theai ij the Avu yet the b enpreujc nerve to that our Lkinlalive term uit chief occupation of the Indiana Legislature tbnt adjourned Monday at midnight was lo pass meainres for Supreme Court i THERE IB a notable bnnUii hii thut dicgraccful iloLiiuy not in Kepubliciiu e It to choke all decent THE of Lentthjuld be i voted to and prayer by the iieople of Indiana for forgiveness lor the election of the late Ma haa at least become famous enough to insure a me ppkudid obituary notices later That is TpiioJUcal in this uuapirreciative THJ Indiana legislature a lody ol NUcb small partmulis tbat tney Couli inarch hboiilder to rye of a nevdle Ithout the least crowd I THAT the pugilistic Republican Iegis luturc of Indiana refuted to paw a lull to prohibit prize WILS cunMtit however far it ma have bet u from MiTTiiEwi should have up pointed the day of adjournment of the v reform Lcginlutare a f prayer that we may never have another hiich tlocted in the IT apparent now why the IKgiala tare DCels a whole aruiy of assistant They are not needed very but when they arc they are needed very FOE ita alter disregard o Ore niutii for robbing nud or iU putty the lute lUvubltcan Legislature of tbiw Stale Will go down in history as irr Till Republican mob that disgraced Indianas fair name Monday BUS Composed of political crobsrtmd hood I lams and who for the first Ume were ever given a little teuipa ay power FntTHKli evidence that the mob of Matthews private secre tary was tha result of a deliberate plot uas discovered the doors into the House gallery being found nailed Tut Indianapolis a Republican says that from the way iu which everything portable was carried awsy from the Capitol Monday it might be well hereafter to nad everything down the dty before adjournment THB Legislature adjonrued finally Monday Although it placed Some excellent laws on the ttatute it disappointed the people by reason of ihe great promises made and tho fnlnl mentofeofcw of Times THE election laws were unchanged kith one The bill piec ing tbe Republican ticket first and requiring lawful booths iras Tbe Btnart pnrc election prohibiting iba ate of by candid was ammmarily as were all other tills of like Xo attempt was made at the Australian THI Indians Legislitnre mntt be Credited with cnc pjccc of consistency ju its failure to pass Matthews bill ttrpprosa ssys the There cever was a prizefight whicb wan not iapremelv re fpecUblc in comparison with I ho fret fight engaged in by tbe of the Indiana Legislature Monday A IIORE iifeiess body than latore jont pamed never posed as law makers The Republican party Is of it from beginning to Not a single platform pledge was re Not a single piece of Legisla tion of general importance or benefit tras Not a labor bill became a Not an icenracco of which nisny Talasblo ones were More evidence of corruption nerer It is a Issting to the Republican e seesion had expired or the Governors secretary had a right to enter the Itgialative halls with says the Indianapolis If it came after it eonld not have been and so no harm would have been even from the Republican point f If i came before tbe men who prevented ita delivery are guilty of a crime against the And the only possible theory npon which the violent pppoeftionof the Republicans can bf is that the mesaoge was in author bf he Nicholson is a young man estate pisn at He fa a Quaker and preaches nearly every bat has never accepted the pastorsteofacburco Be was raised on a farm and educated Sand Creek graduating 1 r ot movcc to Hou n taught uuii ti m n r vrt lit After liutlve col r f i time teach th Ihe re h n Ui Ob He i i I MH U tlit tiisrt pntnble uorurri uc belori the bull rarbid aLd in prt tbe h Seen Mr from leaving tbe on hi way tjtbe tbe tliUK1 Heprr ututirep Adams of Park an I idcr UU 1iiV U of Cvlinern llle r 1 Hurley f I 11 Hnrii T If n niDtli fir uf tu1 Sortbera 1riKin a Lny Afttjr the bull the euttri maj irilv the mob by of tbii Siicaker u is licket and drove back the Srretarv siid the bin lift jiict tb rcacbtd hie desk Few couli be fuiiiul in I mliannp thai lij not indorse the disgraceful ami brn tat brfl w 1 at tlie ftate house Mundaj Ihe independent In Man apolihiiu y Mem to iiik upon rcpr ft uuun es hcroef of a glorious HChevemeut It was even it u ttutch chain hhould be p by xpnlar for tbe chit ufallaLit of SeCrtUry King 11 aMoniibiDg to scusiblOj self respecting men tba partisanship tiboulc run rna1 UJin thic The action the Republican It and tspeci ally Adamw and UOH without ex cuse or They the legislature and the I bey did that w Inch mttkeH every honorable nslilt nt of this wialth ban his hi ad iu They tbe of Indiana in the yes of the Instead of glorifying and buyinp watche for the leaders of that outrag eous the Republicans of this city and tinitate should be loudly demand ing prouiit and wvcre punishment of the They because of safely claim that euch crimet are for they are They canuut ufford tu before the worKl and udd further disgrace to htate that law makers are warianti d n in braw U and OUH Ibe whole affair from to wim of suub a nature as to doruand the attention of the officers of thu t the bullies AX fltTKAHf The Republicans capped the climax Monday in the1 Legislature by brutally assaulting the Governors private Kcre ary on hiB way to deliver a message to speaker of tbe House from the iov A riot ensnetland blooi lowed We ure extremely that our Representative JoBlah Alleu no of the leaders in this brutal and dm graceful He was one of the tirst to waylay the and attempted to keep him rom getting out of the elevator on hia ray U tho House with the The secretary finally got into the louse nud a bloody battle took lo was nearly beat to the cr of the House a heavy blow on him vrhen be reached that dignitary o doliver the message to him of Daviois County expect ed belter of Allen When they lected they exjxcted be would lay aside in some small degree his partisan hip and serve the vhole In his they were Ho ceoics to hink that his proier role 19 that uf a iepoblicen thumper We very MOIth Tho following dispatch to the Terre lantc Kxpress shows still further bow he great Legislature dis inguifbcd itself If thcro was anything abont the Sen itc cbanibf r that has not been carried way it is it was too bulky to X moved ur was nailed Three arge all tbe lave Five bee vy pomlain nspiditrstsre Senatira Giflord uud their Burns 0 tea to the The rest of tje wentyneven seta purchased at tho be ginning of tbe session have Wen number of tbe private Tty of different senators ore overnor Nye lost a lut of aa t leeiMlatjve bodies in the an tb Hkosier has to bear the odium biinR tiie greatest thug of them I Shame pn such who hold np tbe State to the scorn of the entire readin public of the country They erery mothers son of them carU off to the station house at Iidininapol at flnutl or jailed fur disorderly con duct and for aasault aud Tb tliese thu8 should maul and pumme each other is bad bnt that tbe 90 far forget catch a poor lady in the melee icruth her in their mad fighting that ah hsd to hie sent home in a where sb UQW lies in a precarious condition fro her and rough is infin itriy Wunian H nice trade mark to be branded int the forebeadi of the brutes who ha n called And such these have had the tomoerity to paqs prize winte racing apd such They passec the Nicholson bill in the interests public If tbe members of tha have a particle of fcbame in tbei compositions they Fbould rtturn honies und hide thnir faces from of their fnenda until they hav h chaucG to forget tbe dlseracefnl end nfc of Ilk50th Asfembly of the plate o They have a great task before thfm that of living down the record o May the State never Itct another one like it is the prayer o decent citizens of the handtoband in trbicb the sss on of the Indiana ended was a fitting close to the career of a body which from tbe firs been a shame to says she Courier It had hardly assembled before it ihtowed Its Strongly the majority at once dis posed thjit it wrg composed of tbe worst ignorant and unscrupulous Its one Sim was to secnre very veitice of official spoils for the To do this it violated paased spat upon tbo Con ititiition and where by such a course it onld nok take an office away from amocrai it attempted to legislate its irerofrattves and emolnments into the of It tried iven to stnp the Lieutenant Governor ol his right preside over the iovernor of all appointing Where it could not legislate iOrnocrats entirely out of office it cut lown their while raising those f oorreBpending Republican Jsspite tbe protests of Republicans like Ixi President it parsed the most outrageous jerrymander to insure tit to Republicans in the bile thonot in which it ended its in amous existence was brought about by is determination to deprive of bis poor almost an old Union against whom every power of las and of lawlessness must be utued because be was a Xo indnt shameful spectacle was ever etsed in a legislative ball than tbe riot v u the messenfrer of the Governor was by Iphvsical violence prevented rom doing bis duty and reading the idvernofs whereby tbe Oover lots ooistitutional right was denied nd trampled on in outright rebellion nd anarchy ia tha very place which is supposed to bo the laws It is theacts of such ruffians and thugs s these who secnre temporary Bd poor little warped and weiz ntd minds are incapable of seeing sny liipc in politics beyond thai bring ohtical parties into diirepnte and des Certainly no party was ever are discredited by its representatives jnn the Republican party of Indians ia iacredityd i A The Legislature died Monday night at 5 Jo So A morit greedy and stupid lot of parti never assembled in the State of than that which composed e bodyjthat passed ont of existence st The nebple are heartily glad that its lys are At least one half of the session was tted in determining the nnmber f employees that each House should Then Commenced a carnival of cx ravagance and the like of his never taken place since the rganization of the Ko attempt personal including a copy of iobcrU1 a fine an inkstand and a silk A had his robbers hit the clock still hangs on the wall and the large chandelier in the center of the oom is attached to the ceiling Of no one knows who took hcse things but it was noticeable that be senators themselves wi nt ont with icavy packages and some of them had argc boxes expressed to their At noon it was found that every drink ng glass and one water cooler were gone and that the water had been emptied ram the Even the brass chains were taken from some of the Senators who were here two years ago leclarethat more property was taken thill don than ever It is just possible that the partisan iapers that bave been praising the Leg alatnru thtt has just adjourned in this State u a very superior body will now get down on their knees and apolgize U to their readers and the citizens ot thu State and country generally for hotdinj upsachalot of hoodlums as object i worthy of say a the Tille The scene of Monday night was the most disgraceful of aQ those that have ocoirred in the various as even made to deny or conceal it the lobbr had its own andthecor bongbt np members like so It is a fact that even the Countyteat Bill was passed by tbe free Ose of Most tbe mernuera who composed tha were without ajbility or tho least provipas legislative and their snleefforts seemed be directed in taking everv thing lose inc the sesaiun of tbe recent disreputa ble and disgraceful in an editorial has tbe nerve to apologize for the riotouH conduct of the Republican sluggers who have disgraced Indiana in the eyes of the We quotes line And the lusty band of sturdy Repub licans who intercepted the Private Sec retary were actuated by motives of loy alty to their party and Holly Moses and the tentoed jump ing Jchosbaphat Comment on tbe above is unnecessary for it carries with it ita own miserable In the same article he labors to show that it was the fee and salary law and m t the custodian bill they were at tempting foroiably to prevent being presented to the For ahame To make such pretenses in the face of well known It was the spittoon cleaners they were after Kvery one knons But it matters not what were their they were n set of law breakers for whom the citizens of the state can have no more respect than any other lot of Sefrit saya that the riotous Re publicans were goodnatured in their whiluthe were the ones that were and that it was a chair in the hands of a Uemocrat that njured Secretary But uhy com ment on such It is disgusting to and an editor who attempts o palm off such a Ihin exeuse con temptible apology on his cer ainly writes them down as a Jot ol gnoramases who cant read nor think or Tbe riotous acts of the majority in the recent Legislature has received the condemnation of every fair minded citizen of tbe regardless of as well as all re ntable aud the attempt of an employe to make apologies for is too redicnhous for further t will have about as much effect in ibanging public sentiment as the dron ng of a pebble in the JtnliX The following is taken from the In lanapoliB an independent paper bat usually sides with the Republican The scone in the lower house of tb Monday the disgraceful event in the history of be This is because it larticipated in by men who were law lakers and not It was be climax of a session of petty bicker of of uf contempt Die The Sun haa endeavored to learn the acts and state them impartially am From this it ap xars that the Republicans were wholly o blame for the The sum nbstance of the matter waa that tbe by means of brute jnght to prevent Governor Matthews rom sending a veto to the which be had a perfect rijjbt to It is probably trne that the execu ve held the message later in order to revcnt tbe honse from disposing of nt that does not furnish an excuse for ie brutal assault that was made upon ecrctary King by the stalwart Repub icans who Jogged Indiana bos suffered much at tbe lands of thngs and lawless utsi Ie tbe state we are looked npon as community of fighters and nd we are spoken of in terms of deris n and Have we any right to xpect anything else but such couUmpt ben our local statesmen onrlaw mak in a melee that would lame even a border town This is a matter that concerns the hole state and every citizen of Its mportanco reachesbeyond party and Every woman and lild within tnt who lieves in and and who xks for dignity snd decency in the of has been disgraced y these brawlers for a were nfortnnately permitted to posse as All who were engaged in it lould be held to strict They ould never again be permitted to in odnce rowdyism and brutality into a lamber where brains and selfrehpeot ould hold Shame upon THE A r Hcpubllr Not re THK COAL oth Arr dnlmlnR the nn March The of 10 miners of the Pittsbnrc his ached that point where toih sides aiming The miners they now hare over men work ig at the sixtynine cent The mrth pool operators held a conference atnrday evening at which they agreed pay the sixtynine cent and ost of the men retained to work this The remainder will be at leir places The operators the entire district will meet here thin ternoon to discuss the but a the and debauching the nnmber of them are authority for the statement that they will adhere to the fiftylire cent abd will make no ovprturesto the They claim that the meeting is merely for the pur poae of confering together and is no public service making places for the Ward heelers who followed them to A more illiterate set of men were never given control ofthe legislation of a Statethan tha present defunct Its acts must rjaotle the cheeks of every trne Indi tmlan with i If it has done a single thing that will tjtoct the commendation of the is because of the and the Whip of indignation f dreeing them do and not on account of jwn free Their efforts to dodge tie vote on tbi Nicholson bill shows what sincerity they were keeping frith the A perfect storm jf indignation from the masses of the ftopablican party of the waa the that kept in line on The minority very gracefully assisted pern in the bole where it is to be hoped t icy will remain and never again icome fcrth to disgrace the prond State of 4 HEW jj The Senior editor of the Gazette who lias been holding down a olerkahip r sign of weakness oh their aa con strued by the of ia in the and when asked if it were trne that ho had sent a telegram denying that he bad granted the increase to the be re fused to confirm or deny the The fact that his men ore at work is considered evidence that be is paying tbe sixtynine cent New John Dobbs k Arch Yazel et al appeal from justice of 3eara for John Beckett Thomas Farrell et al Heffernan 4 Haltingly for Mercantile vs attachment Wads Cabel A Nancy worth 4 Williams for The B company has given formal notice of its withdraw al from the trunk line With Monday the Fiftyninth Genera composed of 113 Republicans and thirtyseven cloned and will go into That it n failure and n bitter disappointment tu the Republican as an to the people of the few will reluse to It has cost the people and yet nothinp of importance has been given in To tbe Republican party it haa given no measure of reform to which it can in the futtire point with any Members themselves are sorely diHapointed and are not slow to express Corporations bave held the legislature in their power from tbe start and nothing detrimental to theif has been enacted into a The labor and the agricultnral been ignored and all bills designed to improve their condition have been aither strangled in committee or defeated upon tbe floor by a party Partisan legislation has chnracterizud tbe From the start it wan a legislature for the advancemeat of the Republican party rather than of im proving the laws of tbe E very oflice which it was possible to lake from the hands of the Democratic pirty haa been added to the spoils of The general appropriation bill has been degraded into service afi a topi to mold political capital for the party in the For the purpose of de creasing the peueral tax levy tbe State educational institutions have been taken from it and a direct tax imposed Tho penal and reformatory institution have been notwith standing the large increase in their in mates for the purpose of cutting espou until there is assured a deficit of at least onefourth million All this been done for the sole aa was declared on the door in arin of allowing the party to claim be foro the people thata stricter ecm plated to send t other cities to pay for brick for the new leads us to believe that the time has now arrivei to thtf manufacture of vitrified pav ing bnrb this and if the City Council encourage home and wo believt they the money for the brirk for the paving now under con cuu IMkept here at and a new rmhistpy established that will jjive employment to home capital and home Nature hits endowed anj vicinity lavishly uith her bounties in the of material necessary for the tnauufhrUirl of vitrified and all thatjs necessary is the investment of capital nod courage sufficient to make the vitrified brick industry of Washington second to none in Indiana or men and experienced brick having made a thorough in vestigation of the practicability of es tablishing a brick plant in or adjacent to tbe have satisfied themselves be yond ail that CUD iijanur factnre paving brick here if not to the and are now if given to or ganise 11 stijck company for the manu facture of vitriried witii a capital of and of sufficient capacity to suprily all domeiitio and foreign de and will guarantee to have tbe plant in operation aud turning out brick sufficient to meet all demands of the city within ninety Of course if this plant is to lie established the promoters thereof will expect some assurance from the City Council that their bid for sup CITY iND of Interest Gathered by She ply tot the brick fot the new streets shall receive faV rable Ci n CHABQED WITH imnty Tuesday 111 Arre of McTegarta who died Wednesday at old was born in yeprs He came tat ibis country wben quite young and bad been a resi dent of this county for sixtythree Eagan was a trueblue Democrat anil well liked ty every one who knew The fnSerai place from Simons church Friday at 0 Vuu cunt estimate the worth of anwn by the distance of his coat tail from heels neither can you measure his by the length of bra face on Soil The report published in the Gazette of the little difficulty that took place in tht editorial sanctum of this office in which a saloon keeper made a vain eiopt to Compel this paper to retract in article that in Tuesdays EMoRir concerning a fight wbiqi ooli place at his place ot wi6 about as badly exaggerated as articles appearing in that paper usually There was no well aimed blow a heavy cane nor no display of There were no threats of vengeance nor hiding behind old The truth of the matterjs the UEMOCBATS fighting unlike the stood his WKeii bad been practiced and the Ihe Btate All bills detrimental to tho interests of corporations have been nol one of the bills asked by tho labor or ganizations of tbe State have become laws and old soldiers have seanred is au appropriation to start the etto In return for this they have witnessed a steal of in their name for the Chickamauga commibsion aod have seen the dag trailed in theimire of party The legislature re fused to order it unfurled abovt the schoolhouses of the Tho session was designed to be trolled in tho interest of the Repnllican party aud the corporations of the It dies with the party disrupted and divided by party jealousies which have arisen in tbe uild scramble for but with the prond record that all proiwsed remedial legislation has been It ia tbe general sentiment of even the members themselves that the Republi can party will have no cause to be proud of iU accession to power iu the legisla tive halls of the KINGS Ihyli Ian Huprful Result Adams Not Myron the Governors pri vate who was so badly and so roughly handled by Monday nights mob of was confined to his bed all day Carey at tended several times during the day and last night came to the conclu sion that there might be no reason to fear that any permanent injury would The injuries are how and may prove more serious than now The membrane about the lungs was torn and there was fear that an abcees might form about the Lato last night thought that if King would remain quiet for five or six days tbere would be no The he was resting easy under the inrln euce o of it now waa not so badly injured as he made it appear immediately after the riot in which he was Ho is well inoagb at any rate to come in fqr a good share of the abuse which is being poured out by decent Republicans on 11 who p ticipateri in tbe HIS CONDITION Late In the Day Secretary a Turn fyr the Thursdays The condition of My ion the jovcrnors private who vtaa injured in Monday nights riot at the Stuto is greatly When Carey visited him Wednesday mprn npon a hasty summons from the injnred mans he entertained rave fears of bis Tho broken rib was found to be pressing heavily npon the heart and there was great dan ger of serious consequences Carey told the later in the day that the injuries might prove Last King was greatly and now the Lhinks be has passed the danger Daring yesterday many friends of the secretary and his family While he Waa awake he waa allowed to see callers and talked with them of the He was bnt suffered intense pain almost the entire He was resting well when Carey left last night Vltrtfled To i March Ttis large amount of money that was sent oat of Washington to pay for the vitrified brick recently hud in this and tba large amount it u now eontem Wrilhi Uaiiy Last night about I oclock Constable Allen of iy Deputy Karl Ialmer while standing in John Sahms on Third on a charge of Christ mag day tho home of Mary a widow living a few milea frvm was entered while no otte at home and a pocket book containing was A lew days later Palmer bought some clothing al und in payment handed rver one of the stolen He then disappeared and nothing could be heard nr seen of him until yesterday when CoQfitnble was informed that Painter had been sttu in this The Clnstablo arrived in town yes terday at noon and in company with Officer Harris found their He was arrested and placed in jsil until to day at noou when he wae taken to Vm The prisoner is ulxjut twenty years THAT AN The unscrupulous Republican pang who have made the recent seasion of the Indiana Legislature a reproach to the good people of that State by their reckleas partisanship wound np the re cord with the most disgraceful octet An attempt my means of personal vio lence to keep the Private Secretary of the Governor from reaching the hall of the House with a veto message led to a which several men were hurt and thu Governors secretary injured perhaps When the veto mes sagefinally reached the the ses sion declared If Matthews wants to try a little politics himself and to make sure of a Demo cratic majority in Indiana the next be should call an extra session ol this indescribable Courier The Republican party of Indiana has been the author of much thit is wicked aoddisracefu ever since its but Monday nights pioceedings capped the climax of its monumental misdeeds and The mobbing of the presi dent of the United States in 18rtt at the Bates house corner by Republicans the Dudley villainy of participated indorsed and its fruits enjoyed by prominent Republicans the Yellow bridge riots of when speech as throttled by black and Unite Re were all bad bnt Monday nights riotous proce dings and disgraceful occarrin 7 as they did ib and edifice devoted to t ie preser vation of the honor and digni y of the statej we are free to confess tvords fail us to properly It was a most outrageous aud shameful Indianapolis IF j The closing hours of the Legislature seem to have been a genuine old Irish f The scenes were no doubt buchas to put tbe husbandman at home who foots the inany thing but o pleasant Wf saw a smalt sparrow having fun with a wireet archin on VanTrees street the other The sparrow would fet tle 10 The urchin would to catch it as he would The bird iwould wait until tho small boy was just behind it Then it would fly ahead wo or ihree Ihe small boy in his efegerneta would fall headlong in the pick himself np and iry Yon Could almost see the sparrow laugh tho urchin puckered np his face and lisped dire In this way tbe sparrow bad fun with the urchin and he last seen of the little tad be was after the bird going tbrongh the deepest nndaqd his tangled hair flying to the Determination was on his face and be meant to get that bird or know the reason I Doctor Yoarielf and save and perhaps your Send three 2cent stamps to pay postage to receive a copy of Kaafmanns great 100 pages elegant col the Gazette editors heard that the so keeper was on the war path thay hurriedly left the office and hjd in some secluded leaving the office in charge of the young lady For for ahame v Tbere is a man in this town who kisws hia cook every right under ijiia wifes And she doesnt get maid A report reached this oity this Thuw day that dogs tilled sixteen Wednesday in Madison W65 the belonged to could be The case of John charged with selling liquor to an intoxicaUd and thicker in man in the moon changes pants duringthe Dont you go to pantry for pants yon might be mistaken in Such mistakes make breecbesvof Tbere bas been much discussion aa to whether pants is singular are Seems to me when men wearpants they are and when Jbey dont aresin Man go on atear in their pants and it is all pants go on a tear it is all wrongj Zacbariah prominent farm er living at SPike com mitted suicide Monday byltaking mor Financial reverses prompted tbe K George thai secretary ot tho Peoples Loan and Associa tion of Pike to be short to the amount of compromised the matter Monday morning by thepav ment of West was the engrossing clerk of the State who can noi dress themselves withont wearing dead birds npon their are lacking in intel in taste and The tiny tenant of tbe trees and of the skies baa tha same right to its life that woman has to her t If Wednesday had bfeen teachers exam inaticai day every aprilicant would have likely received a months judging from the happy frame of mind Superintendent AJ Wallace was in this I Upon iaqniiy we find the cause of it the arrival of a ten ponud boy at his home last i A crowd of about TfJO from in and around Loogootee participated in a fox drive succeeded in seeing five bnt captured only one of that man was brought np for trial Squire Owing the absence of an important the case waa continued until Friday a Friday a stranger entered tfie postoffice and inquired of Deputy Post master Barrett the cost of sendlng a money order to his son at Barrett informed him thai the coat would be thirty The stransfr took dimes ont of hia shoved hem over to tbe Deputy Post master and with the J wish yoa would send it to himj today f hurried from tbe office before the aa tomehed deputy could call nun back to gettbe It is needless W say the money order was not sent and if the absent minded stranger doesnt put in an appearance tbe postoffice will be ahead just thirty Minnie through her at has filed sujj against her for oTir The following strong Cast of chacatH ters will insure a large audience for Jephthah and His a atic cantata of three acts to oe given at the opera house Tuesday March 5 daughter of Jennie GUI siler of Eloni Hoddinott i DelleCrerji Kutl i Bouduraijt Henry while working sugar camp four miles south of Bedford fell in a kettle of boiling molasses face sustaining injuries thitinay prove He was sitting near the when be fell with thaierolt There is not a city of the BIZJ t of Vin cennee in the without fa patrol Washington baa nopatril i Until A nab Maiden of UUead ra i Ninth Rtiler of HegnPT Jewish Coaswoli Jewish Blaclj a Oardincj Firt imp HvatJ Secoiid Camp Chorus of Timberman t Sons have aa elegant new that they use in connection their Charles Barton ig tbe battling solicitor for the i s 3 Laet a bouse occupied by Padgett in Steele burned to tbe ground and the entire contents were TSo one was at home at the time and the cause of the fire is a j Said Hugh McKernan Wellv wehavj as good brick streets here in this city as yoa will find any Any of trjo irstolass vitrified bricks will make street that will last for many and tbe thing to be taken into consideration is the cost A good contract can be ob tainad if members of Council will pro ceed in the interest of the which I believe they will The remonstrance made against tlie issuing of liquor license to flapper failed to oonvince the Commissioners that Klapper had ao right to sell bug juice and he wjs ranted a license this Now that tbe law goes into efiect rfr juiring theteachers of our public schools to instruct the children in tbe af alcohol npon the human ana abont tbe best can Vw employed to impress the instruction by tangible exposition is to stand in boot of the class one of the many old soaks whoihuve done veteran service rigbf here in A boy in the Vincennes schools suspended for reading the following composition Pants are made for men and jmen for Women are made for inen and not lor a man pants or a woman and a panta for a man there are pair of Such pants dont Pants are likj Fort Wayne drnggisli have formed a They Hereafter charge ten cents for ice and there are more sad faces in Pbrt hWajne than for many years We told our readers some fime ago that with the beginnJngof sprig busi ness would pick police are al ready doing a splendid The Herald did ita best I Tuesday to scare np a sensation by stating an Elnora man had been drowned in White river but tbe man referred to was after wards found lip Main parently a very i i I want to get a collajr ferjiy hus said the hard faded woman to a certain gents furnishing and I declare I have pfrjmb fojgot I ginerly bay all his collars and ties fer him the astute then yoa probably want a lj thats bnt I dont see how yoa guessed it so j t have noticed thata man who lets his wife bay snot tot him usually wants that Brinkleys saloon at JOlney was broken into last night and robbed of several Sheriff Mo of Olney was here today on his way to Washington on truck of the oennes As no two persona versed in hog lore seem able to agree aa to whether the animal saw his shadow on r ebrnary the DEMOCRATS clerk pf the jweather at Indianapolis has split tbe difference an4 been handing down sunshine and storm on alternate I i to have aicme telephone company The rate for bmoness tele phdnes be per month res idences I Thoraday at the home of and John of an a surprise literary entertainment was given in honor of the seventeenth anniversary of the birth of thjeir son That he was snsprised was beyondall doubt Edward received many nice presents as of love and All present had k good j i If the City Council doesnt let the contract for paving ihe streets pretty soon and tbe contractors dont push tha work With vim the Heralds editor will be tempted to dot something desper Tbe five or six articles thatiappear daily in bin paper concerning brick streets reminds one of the small boy who anxiously awaife tha arrival of the green apple 41 The Indiana State Coil Miners con vention held at Terre Hante retelectcd George president Ihe newj execu tive board is as follows Daniel of Clinton K of Cannelbarg Frank of Lin and Ed of Loma wha was soi badly injured ar few daya ago by Soathwestorn passenger running into his team two side of has tiled suit for damages against the railroad in the sum i Although tbe beginning of the rion season is six or eight already passenger aganU are on alert to book and the indications arej molasses they are thinner in hot weather to a busy txoursion h is   

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