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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 19, 1901, Washington, Indiana                                ii Vi 37 NO i 19 been introduced in iho leglslatme tixempting Spanish 17111 war victims from working roads stre IT 11 n ilt d that there were n Mark H mm sat tin1 tilijc if the JHuge When Noah imd his sons bul the thin iluln t ask for a pubs bill j Fifmil were himorcd giiesth it tlii iiiauTitratiou of Duibm which lends color to thcftheory that Durbin wjl1 not siuieiidtr loy to tillKentucky The r publicans in the are trying to nrriimrp a gerrymander si as to rot of a an now workingion tho third district to makv if they cant fix the second district that it wont go GIN KiKTilJXKK is said to have jrivtn ordi rs to the pursuers of to t no prisoners and to have de cided on a policy of extermination of Boer fighting uien ami starvation of women and The top tilt w tir society is aroused over t i New York millionaire has iiin uiuglft evading the duties of citii yensliip Ogdon lets plOpertv is foijud by appraisers to be his it il property nine timis thu listed i A MOn took Fred a iiegm from at Tuts di nud burned him at the Alexander was arrest iii the charge of attempting to assault Miss liid hewassupposed have tss mlted ind killed Mis Pear iorbes ill Leaven worth last JONES resolution in comical Monday night providing foran ordmWe to make it unlawful to dif Uiaige fan within tht city IH a in the light The oidinanto sjionld also ineinde cjinnon fire Tliey arenot flie greatest liuisance but the most danger ous toy handled dnring the tt lay met he to mo ai VENEERING WORKS Sold to Vijurdock Broth ditiou Ibe world than licit makes a tion i 1 it is worth His js a slji nr s vupuloua political knave 1 most as well t asit Pennsylvania deserves most as Quay a ders to sneh bef t i Pttins Ivaliia is 71 powerful It she can jiot pljveftt J such domiuatson as has sf over ils of sil lint she is eqiially ttnwoj It is such as thls whicli giye our pessimists most support whetij tlitly say tliat republicanism ik ia Courier Will Take Charg March M IWMI Enlarge the i i i fi Is rather than thAt j nfprnsellti i GROVER CLEVELAND is out in snoth ci speech defining the danger that threatens the If there is one man in tlus coimtry the people do not to hear it is The time when should said some tiling h is gone Politically f he is lead ilj anj duck he ever 1 the niglii before his to the S lucked one But a man whose income is a year doesnt lack a very longjf h wants HHe hail the vote all next then he bpught at the Helena and everybody got i Ai TFR nKhorf session the Itgishitnre iidjourned out respelt to the uitwori of the late The lenmins lay in state at the cjipitol forBeveral hours nnd ftmeriil ser vices w ere conducted at the First iPres ttrmn ihurcJf at Tomorrow morning tin remains In taken to Shis old lioun SIontgomti county ft THEHEfis not exrf I iveruor of Indi ana living A siHgHhufatiibty tas ill tended The late ia hotns after his kncccssor had Raid i I look forward with exceeding plensufe to my return to farmThe duties of official life have Vieen a grcatlpleasnre to they have at Mv ifarm is ell imirrov It ia cat tle and sluep tone Can you imagine a than to lotikVmt over a good farm that is watch the live stock grariand the corn blades fluttti in summei sun To we theie conld be uoluppui piospict THE snddeu deatti of exGofernor Janjen A Mimnt ill pi e i shock to the people of stite Jfotint untie Bomo mjt tcp he Cfiii f txecntivo of the st Iratin tht man lie was a safo and tw rutei trj ing honejitH and fearlesh to tic it all lUie lie s n the bnrdf n i of Socialism alii its parts and tials is moststupendous pooliisiil foly th t ever engaged ftf welldisposed explodfjd 11 tlie of jfmiJV ican demoracy was autlurrs of nuVe human rial lire ibau all that ever Professor Iowa They hadcxiimmjd ilill the claims that could be puj forwijird In behalf of soeialisiu and tliey rejicttjd With progress andcertain th the which its advocjitjespretijndtjd to have in j The founders ofAmeruiaii demqfrafiy laid down a system which waH intijndtid to develop and wiuoh iii It established a government wjis tu be supported by the tor preservation of anjdi the prouip tian of the public welfajej and tiotiia government which was to HUpportj arjd pamper tbc It is anything else ijistingijishies American democracy f roin the soijallijd democracy of Iti is baiic principle if Americaii deiiiiieracy yrhicili hiiis bven iissiiilid by every opponent party in this Alexaaii who wanitfd to corrupt the people to the socialisrs who wish to itnifeeble thejin by inculcating the ideaof hejp in place of the democratic filch of self i i 1 So far the political character of tlie American people has debilitated s inc socialistic idea rifspojisiblb ftir Socialisms f only remedy for the evils producedby atsiijf is If the rinciplo that it is the dutiy of gojreru nent to provide work and fpr ny part of the people in iopir ition in ftiantfest injusticKjfailuril aiid us m the df tjie socialism suggests jla uirther step in the direction of staite Democracy insists ujlonila to first leiivinjl fife ndividnarunhamperedliy irthc interest of and ng from him any liiw Jhl elided to give hiiji an advantage American democracy ptojduced ion of nil n the most scdfreliiint tliat ithe World eyier h WILS theisecret of ihe of this j It explains theiwiijp derful progress of tlie Jifcat republic ilong all lineij of It made Americans in 11 It Was the iblebeinron which iiivStetl anil thiiij ighted the pathway of of jest anfj pijoplti of i0tliri inds t0 hoiuos on this clgo ii life respected In all peaee May he rest in lOrricr ttekers aie members of tht legislatuie at con gress to indorsements fed pra Jt is thnf fboie ire inth in I jThe jobs bcek covei tht of pi iu b ftdeial from guiidb to cibintt ap is and is enough to make the U 5 stn i tori rCpiemntatrves m and others supposed to luuo i pull tin adnimistr itlon take to strong dunk hhoirld htiidy long orurt thtj foicS on the people of Indiana tho ition of noting ma i Tor ten years thtre has hecn change after change in the election law most of wjuch t not onlj tiieli ss and unptofitable liujt has tended to coir fuse in voting The method of voting is prettj well understood ajitl th fhe pppdj d apt tho pnnijilniteut of the vote aiic foi w itcliers at tho polls rep resenting Turn different men loose in one d ly on a complicated piece of automatic ma clunen Muh is a voting ma bine mus Ve and the pro vbilit j is thert woulc he few of tliem left to tell the Tht t oufusiou w ould donlnhss r Pu ls tin DESERVED vRetta Tilghman Transferred e hicago Post 1 A wits Tuesday afternoon thivetieertng iind mfll of IIIIMS into the Mujilock There jf tin els an 1 all h move tliiilr to this city The hastling and havejieifn in lumber for It is sjlilEthat ii as take charfe i plant they willen 1irge the make some ueedM iiliproveuienfei The Murdocks n ported Uilie considerable mtaiiK and in Washingtua add much of the has so Kuceessfrilly operated the in this ha not yet decided wjiaflbusiiiesslhe will into bufit is ti lit ithat he hvill remain a iiif i n the ihiills bef thiie t ajlifiiiiistir Its 11 ljucxything for that tinieusus was taken etlling i he Sf liiui beitii nee 1 i M I s Rctta Tilghmanj the money order clerji in tlio local j pQjifri office hils Iwen trfmsfernil ito theBoard of Trails station in thicjagoaiidi leave for the iityj Tilghman made a rjujarkablv record as a money order ity office at tinsplaci this good 11 cord hot tio a iKisitiunl m the Chicago f Postmaster SefHt infonis the CHAT that he wil tranrffrjJohn Bright to the iioney order ijn local orace and siiject soiliyone fiqin iligiblif list to taftie Sjihice at hiys the is cjniKiderlhjt advisatiility of inaking this iiii oftice ovfing to1 the iiniutiisii amount of ithat is nijivtj transferred in thjii city i if this dont another clerk twill be added to I i Items of Intqjest to Readers of 3 the a John and Miss Kiiiiaa ini niarriiigt in Peters al Mout smtery Tuesday this city lias incnaHed O O E i The little of Ji Stickels of i linnied caijchini I r1 i A m liaHreiHiSiuig mads Blank Uiierymeiii and untier hie ami This recalls tho sign jj the Aifoma liitiier t You kickfthe do the j j I the young stm of and lad wlio was acci dentally shot it playmate is along Jlis itrong hopes of his recovery and hat no ill effect wijjl result from the wiiuiul ifi thb1 O That fine eoiiHijian Tim Miirphyj in A drew a Jfull house last niLfp nt Tuesday opera of The jjiice ranks with The White Horse and A poor BelationV a decided hit nsghtjii regarded by niViuj as the best play that hasbeen here jhi seasiin which jjnis uuusuully rich in lllie company is a strong one and gave the the bisjt of The jiieco placed upon ft he Pretty Miss Dorothy Sherrod ilayed the to perfection everybody saidslie was Vute1 could Griftin us the old sdcretwyihtriked like he Iliad escaped a page of He with Mur phy and Miss It was a comedy iind it a pity they are like 53 i canturv Till Ijiivo twentyfour leap iniiuber Thejgirls are 121 The unseasoliaijile Instead of tjing near the point theinereuiy goes iijp nejir tlje flu The normal for January iS So far this rfisjl1 teihperlittirjj has averaged 45 7 4 C iff Vyilliam P ilsMiack difld athis lionie in IniliariapoliB one of thij besft inowai lawyers iij tniddle mnt htidj bein promipeiit in the Indiana fluhalf aiceti He wsts formerly jdlitiir oij the jpish back was yjears HldJ At of was Master in he UJMtifd i 4 j H Horrullt iprmerljr lot and who last feili it is i The rehilivijj at iicoived iyonL thiil lie an not lie liai i i and others E rellent of r ivins f O ij 111 a trustees to cliji deiol it I he of polili U i ccs ill qniCf Jfi O C C of an lighls aresaiil 1 be x betttithan ii in A SUM a IHII Mil t in t he compromised this w pliying a 5 a W of gas struijk o in Heve ois 1 graph years a his vistou hi and lii family wen lire for tljc Ii Hi O O O wiio in 1 about eidit H 11 a visit He lost all id childriii iu iih I Id arid jfhi 113 struck the lUeparijiiir to a few lilillUoS he and lijs family iij the clinging tnodayi liefoii1 he was o a o firstiiiiemher of the 1 icjll of the to Tlie order ivill have charge which will take place Saturday c a s Puller the lutllli 1e of was lined sjo ior in iiij in iron Sunday at j O E e i The Asjieinbly Dancing Cluhj orgauixataon roiuimsed exclusively of married gave its first ball in Ma sOnie hall Thursday couples present and IhkV gaily lllliced tllolll to Will Kiefers iirulusira furnished j The delinquent tax lists of the city abld county publishediu tilie a this listsi I cpliinnis that sjil j property will begih 1Ybi Minniej the ilinghter ijf Amanda 107 Mi ijidian has ONLY THREE Left Out of a Party of Sixteen Gold j i i lit Dilution eaii ulettiaiib hN tliu preoetjt would be so t t I Mpijtgijiuj ery this wiek among iitii a nrnnbck isainplei iif grapes and If ronij ij of Tljese i fourteen others I t plnjiiij with gold in Thijy hadji fi tonanand iin ox their inemliers dfed on tin Way Tlie wereilW days crowing tire or broken at a mutteedliig election 10 aforementioned geiitlejiiJ aiiAj jl not to lie of an hinice of Washington Art allih enough Ulone The people underhand of the original ill i the pieiseut method of voting and no rest lire dead i i i f I 1 I M 1 his to Oklahoma to see j Keifli of Itljd man siiitiinced fori the murder of Noju says My bus band a oreitirujv yf iif ever man 5 du jiot ibelieve Jle is of TJhe Hlere have beiiufa few lyiichings ijij tljis the stati jn thl last leiv XVeetis has stirred tluj people to aiid tliey desire iiii and iuy happens itb be that Brit I bisliove he will yet come out all j tiul uiatier Uthat onr immediate in the Piilip pines call ii arijiy of occujiitibn J3veu It oops duty in oiir say Ijarely tie abje tjo hcjld our present siich its iit Events that I General Otis was never j ijlT Sny within of the situation ona nbte ujad the Ciulgres fOOiid possibly be p rasteitfril uncjiiiute i fobl iah UvittiJrjiQl trieFliilii sitting si14jpiiiij iittifrihg offluial face wjtl tihe Tjytiyfjjt recbgfnize them wsth Loogodtce in to have a ser up itu anil tbe toxfii board has in Uiin to he used in leasing lands ami jlrilling to supply the towii witlj liatural It s the intention to olTeifree gas til those will establifih EXGOVERNOR ihe MANSLAUGHTER Tine Colle Declared Giiilty by a Must Scrvej For From Two to Twenty One Years in Prison For Killj irtg Lawrence MODERN WOODMEN Meet Here and Pickell Delegate to State Th M f iu t H n Irli run H hall young man oftuiitty lUllKt spend not more than twcMilyone iiville prison for biking Lawrence Thejury uleil Hhortily after midnight was read iu euurt it an orphan and was of a looking young man uid brown hair which he parts in le is 1 built aiid the picture of rugged Ho is reported to have a Muiiig fellow and the crime h he must serve in prison is no tfi kiliiilg olen rred Septembei n allies Conroys saloon at Mimt vainl waH Ihe result of a dnlllken wiiich grew oiit of remarking that WalterYate the latter lutving the crowd in the t Wo inelt were about tO get young Tiue Cole uit 1C ihi f rieufi For a aiid Cole raiutd aiiithnr and finally resailed men getting Ihe battle cry seemed to if and UO one bit particular J IVkell of Ilaiinlvi elected delegate to tillstate if 11V wliich N 1c iri a wliicb to Inheld in next tlemau and his luiudre eouiity would he hih as a state It was decided ti ty coiiviutiori at was ition Febrn it ion it hit 1 t be the least iy Lawrence a tooal sank to tjie floor with a broken neck and died ina few minutes It was proven that young wasj the man who deult the fatal and the j jury rendered a verdict i Tliurhi 1 The motion for a new trial iu the Cole was argued thiji morning by for the defendant andop posed by Spencer for the The judge overruled i the molioii and in a few good tijnely worills advice to the young de passed sentence on After the Cole remarked as he took is will be an angel when I et Colewill be taken to i d tit lleur coun vears SENATOR Beveridgc is Snubbed at Durblns 1 The ir tin U M r Ue ost illlerest inaugural i uilay was Ib irji in viteil from he shoved nub f attoud nior Dur i Sena baclfc me tothe rcveiltfd tried to climb into tlie povet compelled to go at tate and then was from Senator Beveridge the cere but he arrived ind throughout theexercises position he occupied wap not a prominent The story told in connection with his eing at tlie state housel bearsiont the report of aii organized effpirt uiithe of tile FaiirhanksDurbiiiifactioji to snub Ueyeridge at every and the slight given Monday Vt is especi ally amiBying for thu the ft is had just to participate in the inaugpral cere Business reasons arj assigned by the senators friends for his presence in the SOLDIER Thirtyone New Recruits iLeave for Dies Suddenly of Heart Disease at who retihil Mon day from the office of of the state of ilied at oclock Wednesday iiigitj in his Upartmeiits at the Dennison In I He liadatteiidecl a ly Mount to a number iromi ifcnt ladies of the dultlngitlieaftep and shortly after the d parted he started out for a Upon ibis return he said nothing about after his hat and sat down In a few mjuutes hi turned to 1 his wife and who iu the tMoin and i itjs my ijiiind for a doctor at i l i Doctor IjEunnels filled and found those iji attendincd j at Mounts bedsidi chafing ihisj and The doctor down and listenedfor a heart beat aijdi jitiid j I j j I You can do nothing morei for him lieisdeadi MM n thejioom ui the rinie of jliis death jyere her j Senator ami Mrs jfohtj Baker Thirlyuru iiicn in the nniiy ltft iittjci ruoon for tlk iwill le to T lose from this rity who iriilisttd art fml Henry JPiekls and Vhn join army faijUl to pass Skin Some Legislation thaVOur Law Makers Are Si Senator a joint esu lutlon for an amendnietjt the eoiistilutionto be acted on the general assembly two years hence iiiak ing tie timi of office of all county offi rs down to and including assessors four and providing that no iuan mil holdthii offices for longer Ithau yars out of every County sheriffs are to fight tie bill proposed by tljie feeji and salary S i Neal has a bill requiring railroad to keep on sale at all stations minimum of ten rioomile mileage at The purpose of thej Neal is to enable nian and his family to have a 2 Sent ii mile Senator Gards bill provides that rail roads payiiig their employes by the moijth shall designatethe dAy of the Huuator Itunan has introduced 0 bill which punishes any person who or ojters to lure any person to votti for or to refrain from voting for didate at any primaryelection or punishing the with imprisonment in the state prison from two tu five years aiiddiafranitihise ment ten and paying regard out of treasury to any wilMurnishthe evidence to Davis house bill provides that all without shall pay employes and thaf all checks arid orders issued on company store shall be payable in The nonpartisan school pro vides that in cities of less than not imoITthan two members shall of the tiamo political A bill will be introduced confining theiright to perform the marriagefeere inoitiy to regularly ordained Thij is to break up the fecaudhlons prajtire of performing hasty inarjfiages Her will leave for Seymouqi tomorrow at the ot lie will speiiU Tayliiviiiniljtjvvo pliy j During the JtrJ Mount jvisited thl office of Coloijel Carles his former jand in consulatiori i witlji jhim for Charles aged Tuesdav at his home no The very coupU of and three i died hwest of thi low typiiviid fever for i lie 1tavos a The twoyearold son of JIL and Mrs Samuel who miyed tixthis city about three weeks agoJdied Tiies day of The reiliaiiis Were shipped to morning Alya uighlyearoldljpon mid Frank reside eight miles of thU died Tuesday of ifeiDains were IraritHl Viuiluri oruek cemetery NEW James Wilson ot al vs igtenioijii iu Sijnir quire Kendill day iip yal from DjuuI BURNED There is also a providjn for the establiihiueut of ail additinjial establishment livanstille for ihe education of the deaf and A bill has Vin prepared jirnvidiiig that Ihe crimi of kidnaping and holdingfrthem for ransom shall be or life Tbebill has aii emergency cliiusc will likely Senator VSnuipler will a bill to correct the vagrancy It will inflict a severe peiialtjy xni tlijis convicted of as well as of A bill will be introduced regulating the manner iu which county cuimiiis sioners shallpieiiaie ions receive bids on county fhe ijj G rl Fell present law riquires that ill receiving bids for priming ami stationery the various articles be placed in thjee classes and the contract shall be awajd ed by elasseBi Bidders ijid low on articles which jliey know aiv not tojbe usdl in large and highSon articles of which many siill be thus fooling Jiie bill provides the bid shall ben ceived by classi but that Ibe contriits s shall be awarded by so that the lowest bidder hi each article will j the IontTact ttr the ipiaiitiiy of that article The Scott house bill amends the Nich olson and provides that an apfili c mt for a obtftin the signature of a majority ol ers of his ward township Ito a ncti tion asking that license be isfued This puts the ljurden keeper instead pi the led Al and costs after iiult ami Hiittery upfin Ollie l and costs ttyrnoon for Abtintt i at neon fo il yl having stolen a Friday Tjie of liis iffternoon g eh iu froi me was in the n child was tie will city from Mi niece Jiidson i fell into a wtilc playjngiu a t of the fire m at tile 1 to her a few days visit UNCLE SAM fitter Writers of Anor r Montgo citizens of Montgomery have bfsn annoyed receiving anony letters throu T ymous ihc mails of a postal authori Senator Milliis bill ami nds the Ijiw f tijs were infunjied ol the matter and so as to givecitjies and towns authority ag was detiiled to inve estigato to issue bonds jiereafter for the pur matinliist weekj with the so chase of water rsjmor has ii of loiating two of the House bill Mis that the very serious offense report of a grand jury in bringing in a and will in all govery hard criminal indictment must be uiianiwith the writers of the A municipal bill is being pared affecting small and providing fur a It will not Thai maxil councilman is fixed at of Indiana Deduction Of efity 11 a coinpulsgry iliin salary of a The bill FIRE Widow BarrensjResidence Completely Special intended to reduce municipal i A resolution will be introduced in she iFire broke ontat Cdon at senate calling a convention to provide I Friday in the retjidenice of the Widow anew constitution for the state on the BJirren on East JRacfe street and the ground that th6 state has outgrown jhe present outand that it Is better to mike a new one than patch the old one npi UNDER Cases Disposed of in the Davlcss Circuit Andrew Ljiugdou it al vs Cauilace Carnahan et alj on Dismissed for want of proseoution at plaintiffs Elizabeth Smith eti al Spaulding et alj Finding jfor plaintiff thaEElizabeth Smith owns one third Spanlding and Meriah Orttos leach own one ninth Maily Sarah Joim and Cecelia Doyle own onefortyfifth each Lejvis Julia Martha Amanda Francis and oni sixtythird tjnd ohu ElipibetH Jufina Lucy Mar ha Alberta and Danidl StcAtee each wn one Alvih Padgett appointed to sell j Penina Caress vs John duress di Finding for Sarah Pride vs Louis John Efubbard vs Naomi Hnbliard Pliiintitliinust pay 1125 aliu the law is conimendabH the is A i is a civil contract Tinder the This priueilile is i further recognized by a beetnim aftifr jnuvidinK that marriages nray bt oiiliimiiifeeil byministers of the gospel judges of courts of record and jffistices of the adds tliat no legal in other aha be void on account of incapacity o the person tlie This places the public and mutual of the parties above charaqjer ol the person the Kepieseiitiitive Parks has been appointed On the following Jiousii mittjes Mileage and i ami lealih amj Vita ytatisties legislative ji be introduced to Hmei the indeterminattt seutwict I provides that the judge trying tlje cas shall fix the of sentence tc be tterved by the A bill providing for the of an Indiana village for epileptics ii has been It proviifis bjrulding and contentswere completely It tcjok lijtird work to savei the property of Laughlih and the Widow A defective rbie was the cauife of the The loss wiis covered by Excellent Sermon Celivered by f WjCrtarfwickL Cabell of Bedford who is assisting thkiuietingsnowbe ing held at the iFirsjt Baptist preached again last on j Christs TJhq sermon was a of duty anjd as illns tsated in thu lify ot jthe Lord Jesna here on eiirthj j It urged npon eyery man the dpingiof his duty to God i aSul follovind jthe example of Tho mejwag Svas a very earn fcj on the part of eginniug of a new Mli who have not ir duty to hing by Chad nist plen for betfer 1 1 iPOLICE terns Concerning the Violation of vln diana Thursdays j i Ray aged wiis arrested his morning by Policeman Wilkinson ipon a charge of criiuinal o it is having taken of car trial pill ake place before Squire Kellems Sat irday Officer IWilkiusou says that for sometime persons have been stealing dope of ciir causing the railway cpmpaity agreat deal of trouble and soinetimes rauiing rains to be Wilkinson explains that the dope used to kiijdlo fires j i r Jack who is in charged with having stolen a coat belonging to Daniel will be tried Monday on the part acknowledg There wilj be f th Atyh Wick cJieniuR a cordially witlcon red tjo the Y Now Good Things Prices w cln Hand and the c pt r i pi per Corn Hand picked I CMckenshe Spring chickei J per per s Bacon per j 151 per per ir John there is not a port that i wil 1 Indiana railroad Everyone per per yiung 80 per I c per led Oi per ffi per 141bs for f Walsh j says truth in the ref eateiid the Southern to Mens and Boys fine i 11 I anil At 25 Pfe BEITMMS M CLEAR Suit or Oveijcont f Trousers sell et al Allen the purchase of acres jnf laigl jaeveral i In thii he Hastings attorneys for and an uiipjipnatton of i S r Value 5251   

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