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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 22, 1898, Washington, Indiana                                f Hisjour rf at estate incn any In iiTalna since the of pi osperity j has overwhelmed 11 I IF you want to hear the beat epeecji bf fine caapnga hear Hon John Keen i On the 8th ofpNovember Hannaisn uARariam and i goldbngiam will j t rf blown from tfid map I j interest J DONT fail to hear the eloquent tcate of John Saturday afternoon at the Peoples i SECBFTARr ALOKE has aaked MoKmley to include Michigan in his stumping j That state is considered to TJO j ifa jidoabi by ihe j THE vest pocket vote of several repnb jhcan bueineea men of this city will thii be cast for t ie silver Anil thia li to for it comes straight A THofcocaH Investigation of the ei fecta of baohifcery orj labor has just b en completed by congress The re port show that jn the coal rhfmngin duatry inimmipg 100 tone of C nsnmcd 3421 hours Machinery re re duoed tin ia 1397 to 643 4o and tho t A BEIUBLICAN maprity in the neixjl would indorsement to Algentm and thesmgle goli Standard with all its tram 4i ne to republicans of this county a Making their fight oa Gardiner arji They dont care a snap for There will be boodle to lari Ij I IKE great speech of the campaign wfli I fcie a ale here Saturday afternoon bjy John one of the moil Brilliant speakers in the Hie Speech will be full f F HIIFP SJBUJB iu uav the Gazette is oondnonue hii the A similar Happened in aribienl history when couldnt find anything to j j A Vora for Gardiaer and Huff is a voti Ipr the trusts and combines and gold A vote fpr Miers and Padgst a vote for bimajalism and a govern ttint of the for the people anc j the THE laugh is on I J j But Huff doesnt ede anythin i fanny about maintamB the J IMHIUIOIUO idE Ipmnity of an owl and is the picture of t I p and author numerous worka on the Bnggested that the United States re Luzon and return the other islands kj with stipulations concerning iater Philippine colonial traffic aad the laboring men in Daviess have had their wages increased Sipoe the election MoKmley Are any who are better off eince the IB Itateod of receiving Anv increase in wages there are many who receiving no wages at I Governor Campbell It is a iotiroe of wonder to me why they dis one eiiod to eo home run for governor and Inbthergood colonel Of p regiment they dont aeed is kept amount f with an annual of Afiglo imencai sytjdjcate is beingj formed to buy then can be dpne doubt ileaa at a ery few cents on he M vouvfl uu 1110 Thes spennliftira chenah the iiope if the republicans win in November wiu iii their bonba be guaranteed by the jtmtedS ates ind cost in 1891 was S77 the and time while the idmber of irkmen alao ia reduced fromjfortytwo to thirty i j CT is prdpoaed to partially gravel the M lyayillejijoad by volnntary oontnbu is farmers a ad others ne ng the highway are expected to some ex ent to donafe their tiama iand money on the Improvement We iope it nay but as a rnie it is a poor we y to bnjld a trusting o vonn tp y It generally turn onithatifjlhewdrkisdoneatill a few have to do F yon in favor of ret ring and substituting an nn tecired botak currency for BOS city witliiu eix daji o over sis 21 p6ir weei It raeans nven1 ontiio 3 HiWpotiS t orp 111 victions d per month yioti6n s At tjbi irate ttii of Indiqnkj P1 iprospentj I rfpnbhoun Ipeijitj iBpenf J r B jNoljBojlylJfid goul destroying res Statmcl ln this diBfnet BevcndRe anjl in Ot t tdga sii j Mjcuij pua ver coinage and selling the one maEiD Biher hullioa the treaanryi giving bai ka abso control of the reducing loe taxed oa nationW banks BQ maRin An an enjoneoti8 donation to bsi and Impairing the security ojhlepoBitotfUn national we oiqa you farar tfioscj vote the republican for the republican par ty is pie dged bring those things 0 LD Gw IY floals ever Porto Bioo to Hn This IB one of the resnlw of the with am wJhioh was brought about bjtlihe demi ibrats in and out of tongresa anil a epfrit 3 and patriotic dejaoorotio pH Hoc it not been for theao ngon wo d halvo ha 1 no wpr for il is a fact tiiat tjle fin and iti llaokers wj ofi MauAciD wsro ppedd to it and had finally to AW this is a matterlof very ed njcderu that not be denu d fiat tbfrj olhqr republican 11 liklrtathejgrooijd that should be v otorjt this leat psi thai it wjij consequently be it gather the fruff ojlr viiitofj1 l presnmflbly met passedthe tbja to Ihe war pk weiare thlyar uelved If tbfirg ocKiT has Bin aly S any wur Jmrti la ero MCCITiyP IvlLti I INu At the jPeoplee Theater Trjis Afternoon fi tion giyen R Gardiner autFusi Tuesday nightis truly psinjnlj Only threj dozen peribns out to Ebear Mr Oardmera i Premises fo Large I inq Enlrmsfacllc Orass Bands aBd Glee iCIub Will Furnish au Abundance of Sweet 1 i j and Enlivening o it is democratic patty democrats wLijpj ea a aditj into I hi iiWjlXlUjOTi hjut to Jbut tti i wajf with bpam ile w admiui6ratioii had the war by tho del JfhatjB Sa matter of voty reotell history at that history on Nearly tfiMnJi years np nrnjq oppreaaiiHB 0 tlio Morgan AI it dan with to chsraqtenetie discount the mf if WlltUUj Ul gtllj aampiouBtup cu itu ju tuu Wbate oredft due J jdge Mielrs for his ful efforts in behalf of He ToteU against the bill to diaohatije one the pension offios thit thework pf the Hepart meniwpuldfbe reiarded were the De duction of force The com Jmissjoners nrfwuu i0r wani them gojlwas bicause thej rlnmstiriMila I i for wan ing to vwvauoo VUoy lithe Veterans knoTi thelir InenHs and they kao4 that Judge JM floue rapre fof them than feardiner evetr did or ever will do in Florida V j is a year when the people are Beaded to stand by the government and fbe will do I of course they tBut they stand by and they vote to pay the Cuban bonds held By iho friends of the ad mi DIBrat advance agent of proepanty via Terre Haute laat Tnes layimorBing WilliamB Com lirge deaVrs in Juruiiure and made an assignment in layer of belr Inabilities are esti ated at THE opponents of goldbngism must nfcrbe too confiaent and remain away flpmthepolli because the republicans to haye abandoned the fight in That IB the time to watch they are making a still th1 at first exploited the Btoribl the afrpomlment of the UOU reodgniUiiMbo lleilicJrcnci of ItS iThei tuimbli an tuujorit lul hpuso Bittljo Idem pfesa and pablfc faen liepfup the iansai 3jf hnmnaity Amenea6i pubjtt theatroiiticsotl can citizens ii other prsvooaiii i were forced Loaisgives a bit clop u ea pnascd u reaul jJttri tho inbuilt iruoament of jba atid the buudtlcl y that stirred the icdii up fever the a hqfened and hawed ojj 1 ane backed and halMj nnder the dictates Will streit and speculators in Cn i J t forithe eeipnd tim 3 hectare J his That is the time to be alert aad I A6DSB of the peoples party for thr half yeara and then pattm tSeni ea the back for three or fonr nsonjha going to induce any of tljerk to vote for a Nor is Bnetfbait to catch any middle of if he is honeat in bia de says the Vernon JAtQEK lays all the blame for the sick ness in the camps oathe soldiers General Milea replies following hot ahot Those that onr soldiers safferoi th own insult a quarter ofsafnilhon of the bravest men tba perfojiced acfon ol mlan with a ipul p reaponsibleposiBocB in thelateJwar imbeciles kept out aoldiirs i a camps and loaded BIOS men jn tranports without prpvisioal Men like Colonel lakeroftheliilTth Iccltana aad 1 ko the New york triljuae and good republlpan did to dbnonn6e the oriminlil iA tbat caBsea the death of sta nianybrave 1he whp h6 story cint close tbejr fas baldei the ohajge that should the rjspnl ibans elect a of oongr that meroy anH tho ersi i l r When hie j mg dcbtuoyed t is were np and fo aji would hinS the way to 1 The deriodra announced b linto nn boniltodprnj b topi to voted l all Me are trai i on U Herald bad dispatches IB piuehase Oujian syndicate of Spnrseexpects to inoje Byndfoatea apte knpwa thai the oi Onbaa bonds will BO jwprth a Onlesa the payment ol tl Bra is gnaranWdby Tjheae epeculatpra would naturally hoof to a republican to help theft onfc wouldnt they dont y onjenp pon bj oorKta did pot i meat of thej arjr have J ao living at t knew aothi Jijdge Gdrdmwi tab r The tbwh of platted in Barr township w I At the Episcopal oonyention in report p work Ws being J foreign lands and inthe yei that J a very heait of i center of been any The fire company is erecting an iron Caused the Death ofitVHlIum Kel ler Jlliam KelleBJ died Thnradoy evening at 6 oclock 104 7 j i v jnrlal nL 8 jToe The meeting noon promisea to be a great the I T I uii p AJlufittQ Pile at the main engine house to enable and Mias Mollie fellerjiof thifc and flremen lo sljdci down from their plaoea abjof anmmer is about due and it is bbped we will have plenty of it after a wretched farmers tavent got in tWr wheat to after if the weaUrer cterk mil be good and kind I from Slhe meeting will be held he Peoples and the speaking commence protaptly at Kern will arrive in th lay toon from There will bje plenty of mnajo to tho occjision Tho club of ilburg wjll bb Ihoro and tjiey alpno worth miles to ibuck brat f bahi nad a city also musk city to t r Tuesday at thd of father Wilhom Lorick jra6 1 to MI a Joeephme all Of thia city The aitendanta were Paul Cloro aad MIES Sophia JIM a Thomas a Knox exploded I ag the Frat seriously ijjjarmg Wil i was blown shops aad an J 30 and was Ldly mangled max The ire ty is the oldest daughter of and Patrick The DEMOCIUT wishes them ia no dofablj bit the hill will b and thoae vho deair seat BhonJd ep I Mr Kern is n deliLhlful speaker and exceedingly popular with ladieel e is alao a grdat fribnd ofthe j railroad and menjy railroad men will abt turn out and listen to Tak S into th 6am BogefS and H talking np a canning an ehter prlae which have i been started hDjoith profit years ago and the wonder is lhat it has not been I f Oloik will go after the bojlpu nut Ho receive and receipt for thorn peraonally undfcr thct i 1 i Curing Chicago Peace Jubilee of fo ions baei bon y did that top picm and mat UUtl ihe have the manngfl jn there wonU no teundiils of mdompe lulrfut hnrpo of iboi t hen cab left TO of ifjare tnard the depic And jhey wijl dg i lntoe1 SPILU colnmrf fa that the Average publican be peranaded yists to vote at the ijiter if course there la plenty of money n Waited Slatea It IB COB It came from the war and th pale pf But what does it do the people I on hl to be in circulation to that men t o witling to work if they cpuld pr could get some of it to keepf thi wolf from their doora and buy ok hing for their Iar4 Gazette admits that Padgett is d smart man but says that it is the qaihty of Bmartnesa that makes him a daijgerons Hnfl donbt lesfl shared this opinion when he declined Padgett in Hulls also qmte a clever young maa bafihe never overwbermed his frienda i apprehension on that republican state contral com mitfee is amusing itself by sending out can ipaign circulars to democrats aakiag them te sostain the MoKialey adminia in order that other aatioaa may with as in the settlement of questions growing out of the recent The committee also persuaded the PrejUdftnt to show himself again in the and they want the bella rnng and the whistles We ore sorry j to B e the party in snoll dietress bat this iaa time when the democrats cant afford i TPsb feuits jwmber fftrent iTpdge Hefro i doesiaot go the ttoictj to eeetiie ibeoanse Ue a ate IU i to their friendship I I but because be has neither tiraji tr opportunity to di soj t public dhties in the cola I v an e s thif frrendsjwjll generoua endngh fie and the s I JT B J Banfll and r3iee CTjtf Couldnt Draw Hrow4 l audiemce gseefed 3 republican the iib atteniion and he fls absence5 in ihe campaign 3 uJ 4 I i would meet and greelalhia lajnylftiends la and Martin butllbeing impos8ibleX to do iahopes tollmenj and byia close aften tioit to and a faithful berformanoeo pal i u the repnblWan mi own two Ibcal boy jridfeei and with hat They almost iwr sna fe their wiih a nuu a 11 t it here in foil and glorious panopljl Tl frtfkvr tiAHA i bat II may be here for spme or masses it is milk siokn ADA if At afl his leene we pnblial i a wt f 0vjtotion eoita oonnatooed in ithe to help along their bonds are ontstaoding to the in tsfaf Jnatioep N sBat th eir own been ihmkiug eokne couBtduringjtielit concluded repo heap elcqaene of tho gold Stindai heatd so it ia Unusual rs w re a rest aaey a 3 Tho demd ivar and if it tnat tho fruit the adibinia hd inal settlciieul ihow a a disposition Unban bono again know how promiaea to Es Senator Kepnedy of Barr will be chairmaj CITY AND be a grfeat towns hip COUNT ofirnteicet Gathered by Democrats Ecportersl jl th I E The Gajette qoes npt let an ofiportun jobv to mbko a fling at union There kro others who liko ip hoar thembolres talk beside Beib who apbearb to be a vejry law abiding Thi poatmaajtergent oral has reeentljj calltlcl the action of POfltniaaters to tie fuck that there is an orllpr to the when they have emergency printing to thay maathaveit doio M union WoipreBumethoGazatto will not cnbJ ittut i i i J i i Hatfield i this erect a1 60x120 one stor td heftyy on the grpndd they1 havfe purchased apnth of their nlaoe of ItjJookslike Qdon has aucoeelded in PflTerizms he i I i i i The Peoples Party one of the1 moijt influential t rgana of and Thomas rtateoa waaleditor i pcblicalion on aflcpunt of a labor liek levied by k l runiing Tilong m q quiet jnstnow least in errnp tioiifrom the Washington admjmstra There are pat a fait bat tho number infc ftvery Every trust meins the e aijrefl of uiee parade there wjaa a crush ot people new Many people lost oloafia and other articles of drefea in the j ittho annual meeting Qf the Bayil Masons in Wednea this waa elected Grand BoyalAich Captain I f ta city treaanrer and conneilman of Jefferson died Monday aged 74 WIK known aj floneat f jpi Burke of thia city waa a The deceased wa8 the father of Prank of exdiatnot at to ney of the United Slates I Che Cannelbnrg glee olntl will be in Vk Satnrday There wiH be music in the i i T i i The grand jury of Maooupm oountyj assembled to investigate the Vifcleh riota add retnia jndiatmehti agi the gnilfy f i f Perre Hante Trotting fAasooiation of this VjKsllertofIndianaiolis and Mra Mrs T Phil p Zmkan Saw lENkNEEE i Holier EJ C ri Destroys the Fellows Builf ing at j t Narrow Escape 1iiefiplosij Total Loss at surance stsrtcd In Cigar n The boiler in a saw by The alarm of fire startled ourcibzeii frbm their peaceful slpmbers abaut I oclock TLueday morfiins and it disooverd that wai raging in of located in thereat part of ad Feliowe bnldmgoij the corner I Shcals Iin a very short Two Splendid r rjajablicans who have talked liunfthtenaH erowda the ailve pad ft thmr meetings onghtHo aJt the f peaking at Alforks aml Echool hoqaelkat the Gibraltar publiaantif m Ifecve ha tho waa waathe speaker and he a that was iberaBy Judge medifjht aprlg m the same hall o ftltont oBy ir Bnalffey school homo in Barr iplhp tfis buildifig waa packed like ardinoa lif J Padgett ana William flMivered ringing free silyer brought forth ronad Freelandsville kill y and and Of j i IHE PEOPLES yap WrltJ k to the Peace Jubilee i 20 Bryan Buurc space or bnplding was one and it waa evident thift t was doomed on8H The fire jsoon oatcd to the long abed at the rear of the the work to prevent the See from spreadi The sonth wall qttfie Gwm bmjds ing waa torn out as tofloh as poBsibtel tPnlBn aKlova t i Oj roll up about 400 ma rinl give B nico ma rity to ttaantaon of ibe cam jes a oleah sweep jffi ticket m the Tho tho union forces to do is and yiotory awaits piaoe j oommitu nt an BQoeptanco of the 11qvitfttion ei topped by the oitizijns cf jOhicpgct to be o e Present njliqunl pdoo jubilee i to bi held dnitbo I8lh anil lillj Of jho Pieient Thfj Amerioan people nto i preemmenl ly lomg and it isj thsy should oelebrste tl of the flfl ived in ent war peaoo that 6 termination cpn a war to eetab sintae West nnBelSph love or a iar which has demonstrated aaew the valor of onjr SoldierA and wl ich na hL west BO paoredi to I the people of namely Ithat SO juet ao yfrom armies or but from the coisentof l 1 consmittbe for hojior iaa invjtatiPijl I am very BEITJIAN I tfafaa Pormerj Cltlien of tcnowablc th ing merchant bf thia city adozen jdara agpl aij Ind I manuel a wel in the 1 i TBe 0rand Lodge refneed reopgniza a negro Maaon eqijality with white n a basis o THe brick pavement people have all 1 i j 01 a large i en a T k for con at is says ijpedfdrd Detcoorati lined and othef meaal naeflM get a big oroftd withoat i hnvf eefiinc4 that the elogiienop c I Gardiner ilsell wcnld havej attiaciljl a and lit would doupla of le have large qard wo epnblican speakdra i 5 e maao to hayo a 18 a Bpunker jii moat be oura STING bad and thc mg to the iflorlng ng of the glory J aad AmericJtU peace jubilee apeifi Of the Amerfoaa clitjpt General Without ijaefesa oogor isea fituOfex ing and and army pf u i k United wn mclndea the ClaiJM Sears and inolnde aimilar suits inrta w ll I i i will arrive in thia cotalry December He haa applied baying somel inj interests to o k i I Miss Mma Me ton Jeft Tuesdiy Ind to attend thJ didal meeting itte Preebjrtenan ohtjrdh She represents tho Miss onary Sopiety of this t Wont fail to the famous bafg gloe club Baturda r afteraooii 1 T Bowman this morninri took tUioo n IK u Sojllio a 15 year reformajory rY i AUU1B fepe waa by Judge nmniorahty and l the time grows ehdrter leoomes more lively arid the oitjF and treasurers soon be kepi busy i no uuev rom early morning aatil late iL the tho Chioago tKei chapter that is i of jpirted since last ktoni i iviU the leet ng at Scad Katie whp for thelpost J bis been maki ag bar home laiEast upier teat is j UJM uoou mani ag nar come laiEast which every has wnttsa tojher fatherj that j September 1 she1 was pnited in Jmar j to yirdn i r I r The Gazettes silence oil the icy r if i t Old fo the at i tax pkymg Willum Slhabkleford has aovedhis family to 1 James 8 wrio re on Weet Walnut has diph ltete j ia the first case r gond to having finished their here except taking up the section obnorete on East ordered akefi Dp by the jThe tractors hope Ihduhe council may re ita order Monday nighti Elfaa and Mary were married at JIo i Bif Simons beautiful church has nightly this the occasion being the mission conducted by the eloqtftalj Paasionist Fathers who will olosojheir mission here Sunday 3 I k Consul Billheimer and family faaye arrived at New York weyijome from will ar rive ia this city Sunday j I Nolan ihave openid a flrst plass teddlery shop in Bray gilding neit door north of DEU Harry1 Bray will Monday start a cigar faopry in the rear end Of same K I j the Pasaionist Fathers lectured last aipht at Simons on temperance temperance in eatingi and He impressed his herirera that were ijetter mentally and and in every if they were in all On of ia twelv con luojed a prefltable clot in proper momentl large force of hands mp leveled the wallsto erouad and the danger point waa tauldj While the blaze theorowdj waaBtartled by a liaJilg exploaion owed by a heavy one less caused by tho of powder in thao atftl it was t it out in a tnkling from the exploalon of a was t from the exploalon of hundred pounds of v their ffcrfoft Charles Anberrys resl building which rcceivllihejrflrat TheUpot wad an and I removed to of safety they luuy from dip sleeping apartmenta of which p their Btablea and for road OlffiitflT working g t wad and a feet of the bed working a The Odd Fellows losl is the all paraphernalia and valued at torirance grooejyi loss on stock and fixtures between 4SSO and Insurance800 tcoato Oo cigar loss No 1 g Vf t and Jfo J The Gwin loss King Bro Kate losi and damage ft property loses a hearae which was M at the Temple of l ia Oeorge if r va ueorge judgment for S721 54 aid i PI stored away in the The Odd Fellows will rebuild a hand some brick oa the ver fiom he had agedeol yeara boBmSBS j at I Third tind He wafe noted for tfis iniegrity aad Ho sold est 1 o and movi where9 he followed the asm He 58 a wife an iind Iou icftl tanij TASK KEI Denjlalcjf aRiimor Comet I war lepartmenl today gave s at the fol j jl rl he eeoretary of on id UIJ JeiQgaBKliU about thei reportt that William Bryt 3d Bad b an refused of absence and kept w h authoriied eta thit Colo ael bad asheJ no indulgen whatever of the war depertmenti no that aqne had tteen refused him Aiy reporta to contrary qe withoit foun lation in f Willis WashidgtonVi wall f inowttjcol ored wfio L died 2P were the Mj oharoh Friday af the mast Important leaaons in this life to learn to control hia paisioBg and appetite It t i I Heaf the Canaelbnrg Glee Club sing tiie songs Ii is Det than a V Foreman Jamea Potter of the 4 night yard is back from Washington where he put in two weeks yard Vmcennes Com ill Dtprlvei bing Railway ifimploj Pennsylvaqia l emi not W permitted to torrow m ney her after fcom money The folloii ing circular letter baa boon amt to the syatem Beaniyl i k While workiag at the fire Shoahi ThnVsday morning Robert wasatrtwk oa the head by W which fell the flue ia the Gwm building oatttnga severe gaslj IB his i Cj f For the benefit of their new the Glepdale people will give a big sup and l psr neki Wednesday night Fnlkersoa is acting oipaloitheElnorapnbho schools dur ing Professor TwittyB illness employes of the JPenaaylvani4 The pf the hneq half afld ia vfery anaoy ed by the e Wts j a mpney londe name having offices in the pi moipal jitieu of the TJni ed to eatibliah hi6 Business amo i the em ployes of Pennyslvania by raeanaofsendihsotitBttraotiv The plan ia td 3oaa money to employes an assignment of thair itnre eal which is contrary to thi rules ibe co iierate of xorbitaat Somet meg 350 pe it com 38 to of the more i ar Er ipfoyesArei hereby hetii 0d that if colnp f le officers lhat aa to pay by an etibloye to a loanj feom this or sny other each fact be ooa aidere I aufficienfecauBe for hi r prompt 4isaiu IB from the governed Have a Hard Xljyie afe SJIncennea MardEer i f Monday night Caaa Ellis and fllaiming to fVom arrested ft at his home ia the lower end of Knox Madden is charged with being accessory to the murder ol George who was killed five years ago by Tne killing took Maidens Bohanan and Doan were rval loverq ot Sallie daughW of Bohanan waa sent to the The arrest of Maddea by the tives waa without a Whea captors reached Vmceanea both were arrested Sad put IB jail oa a charge of and the pflaoner Later John brother ft the n ur dered went to tha Old Poet ind swore out a warrant for the the arreaj of charging that he employed Bonham to kill Maadea was re arrested and imprisoned and later leased f AS lall tutf petitioned the lim the care of his gtaai Comas jury ip jhe case of Hack vs libel suit returned J Verdict cent itf favor of plaia had allegfd that BefeBdants till par for i of state va Stella a dress frqm Barnes Sas been Continued until nest court The Helton hnfo npr appisfiaace for irial at the hwy erml j S Franfe S Kabnie Eub Sareieh gient for plaiBTfffor ys contract Jndg of Eob Eight Members of Company D Re turned to Wednesdays Dai Eight of Company D for Indianapolia loday todo guard duf y at Camp Several went under a number pf the boys escaped being pompelled1 to retarnlto Indianapolis by exhibiting a physicians certificate atating that the boys tfefre1 not in a good phyaioial The following are the natmsa of thdee who returned to Camp Monst Joo i Will I Frank Aloflzo Leo Late Arthur William VB Plum Machine Company va ley va Eose Fegan el al i lett va Whitney vs Edward Hart Allen 4 Hast Iain Selected by 5 j ta i ee AJkmin has Ealected piaogfor Washiag James Underwoods Car I bHq MeeuiofJHigh school ho ARab i MapleGrave liyery Henry Voll h TOWNSHIP Where Names TVJlIlBe tfta Union or Wednesdays Daily There were filed with the election opmmissioners Paris Hastings petitionsasking that thi names pf township nominees be plaijed under neath ihe anion emblem oa the election ballot The townships excepted are Steele and they having made no tye names of Judge Hefron and B gp iho H Brays resi Hamlet MoCormicka Oentral Barnes mspeo 55 49 U 10 npi Ja Judge Gardiner is beitfg givea the marble heart whenever he Only a small crowd heard him at Bedford Thursday afternoon and the doily Lawrence coantys repnblieaa i devotes only aine iHries to Gardi nersa oold storage meWiogj i NoinBpector ll quail between NOT iary bbt at no other faself   

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