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   Washington Democrat (Newspaper) - October 9, 1905, Washington, Indiana                                Ita OCOBER 190 MIBLETYPHQffll Neailj People Drowned on the Islands of and Interesting fndiatia iMjm NINETYFIV i I t The Man Made a of Thlrfy MUCH WAS Canadian Iiulk Kulioad pies pf Japan Requjile to Miles on I i Richiwnrt Ind Oct Downin 05 vars tjeaijljed mond on foot having Jnd J a disjtaiici Downing s home at Ricb from SO Bodies of NumerousJapanese Ptcked tip on the Kamtchafcan Had Been Kilted By Rus sians Some Time Victori i B C Oct 9 he garnet Tartar arrivesfrom theSprient brought the news from Shanghai that the loss ot life at the Islandik the mouth of the as itie suit of the tvphoon it the beginning of September was tremendous The North China Dailj News of saTS To the east of Tamagmlng tno is lands oneballed theiother Shihiousha distant about 20 miles from Woosnng have from the nearly all tie in habitants having been swept The islarids have only been inhabited for a short comparatively ipeak ing as they are of recent formation and are not much above high prater It is reported that nearly 000 people have been drowned two islands ihe smaller inlands adjacent itself not suffered much being well aboyfe the high witei mark f The Shanghai papers sav fhat the damage to the Canadian Pacific rail road liner Empress of bi thtf typhoon necessitate the expendi ture of for repairs Steamer Pediili During the the Pe formerly ihe dij foundered near the niouth of Her crewof 54 were saved by thtfGer man steamer whose and crew did heroic but thwChl ncse were scloon er City of arriving from the coast of brings story bflhav lnspiclediip the dead bodies of nu merous Japanese tm whohad been killed by thejlius Capt landreports that the City of engaged In cod in the OKhotsk in August broijglit to the surface in one of bodies ofsix Japanese who had evidently by bodies were immediately to the the Papeetes Before tho Papeete left the Ksnmt chakan coast eight other dtad bodies of Japanese were seen floating off The Japanese were beloved td have been members of a party of sealers who hail boldly cruised Along the Siberian coast and hadbeen sur prised by Russians who were or lookout for I this buqup la and he sfttrtefl the first hf last week to who north of Hjchr Heatbirg Downing L bed of d watch and in cash the monej he had remaining hefpwY chased a Uclfet to leaving the tram at that ed on hib journey afoot at Newcastle much dav following continued his and rearheil the hijme of son Sat DREAMED OF CHICKEN He Bit His Wifes custom of her husband I fcfr to pretend mare and that her on jaw he struck One nigBt he pretended to be dreaming about i chicken and bed and sank his tseth deepinto arm taking it for EXKIBITK A Girl and Two Men IJll iii a Wopt BADLY L An 4gcd Man Was Arrest T JJiJoiH j i i t sjind Daniel Divisjind Whb Near TaMn To Holies Closely Questioned 1 and Released Arm Drum His Wifes Arm Ror Shu i j L Ind Oct 9 4In the Wai of Kose Anne Rldlsv agamsl Richard Rldlej for divorce the circuit cljurf Ridlev testified It hid bfenithe sevprat night suddenly taros i drum Stick t 1ITION F Kramer Monroe Jn a Hajf aid Mile Dashes Oet champion cvcllsti df orld1 and Ben 50 mile pion pulled oil rtpes hsrp this being home Kraipei haltmlleli lace I In heat Monroe in a and in the mil in Kramer alone whik miles In rest Sunday jrfi Aianson on mforinfttipn furnished by Airs1 fngeir tho jauthjOnties bellvej the uivstery tjhe triple nnmter1 at the OIney farjij jjeoi here on ihiday w1 be cleardii ufi wh6 is 65 ypars old and lives alone jivithin a andjla hplf of the Oliiey tttjs lodgjHi ni jjn here Sunday search of Jhis houie revealed evidence connect i him with th4 il found HISJDEAD JiShn Bydenek Woiindeij Brojth and Brother Hastings Nell dead of nek shot his s Mb brotjier In la was shjot Jacob Budanek i Ight eye Peter the left leg Ipft thigh and ddr Thei latter i The a death chambe arid II riPeter Budeneb tian of a family ed forv ears 41 ing at the home Peter an 1 ly trouble her mltted io see When he death he determ mains afidny cost night he secure 1 meall liome t Halting way le enteieri and ly snrrpundlmj he nndertaker tht Ms Handson the pot 9 he John Eu Je hit brother and I MiSij prances BJid in right sHot above the Smeallj shot through in the the HSft shoil two aye in a shootinp occurred in at thtj home of Sir ivbere Mrs H d he culmii a mrreUhat had exint fliudtoek was stc y t her becaute of the fa n m John not prr r during her rd of jhis mothers med toj view the IB Shortly after mifi entramqe into tie Itjie o the djsath chamber the entire fan he corpse watchlrg pire 1 the remains ojpbd John plactd lllclofes body ard si iteri thniughi and i fe r I TC l etriblly race Be ieat ilso went a niile Mpnrqe u ON A BIGAMY Contractor Commits 1 C jire looking for the a who to missing since Itjls told his frlendii flertiln married he cpniinilt sui The woman waij Weigel i 1 i The Stork Wajs have been born to tjhe Hvifa1 onrrhtv EvjmBvjllej Princpton 1t4o of the babies ftnd pitie and will probablynime the little ones i i i s John Chasteen Placed UndeifAn rest at Live who been a resident Live Oak and for sehjral was arrested and lodged itfjail here charged with al leged Chasteenhas thrje living At the outbreak of Chasteen left his second uoW in enlisted in the ftecently ap plied for a pension His second him to have fdied vvhifejin the likewise for a By a comparison of notes pension his second wife Jvvas informed oE his flans to Get Rtch i areioften frustrated by sudden due to dyspepsiaor and take Kings Newjtife They take out ihe materials which are clogging yonr gind give you a new Care headlche and At store BREAK THE wk CIG HABIll LYGIA I K fs a straight 5c cigar I have just ia stock and will say it post me all tue way from to per more than any other cigar fin conseqnently inaking fcigarof A Big Blaze Ihe wholesale grocer on was the prifjcipal In k which dkstroyed lisjstoife and a twostory framJ ttie buildings but onB belonged to Mt f i I Horse Trader a s farmer living near aind ed Alonzo a of thji Bad feeling is feaidto exisi Pd between the twii ifof sorrtE and when they net a revolver and shot Mead Portland Frbrn won an excfting game Winchester bya score of 10 Sil perior weight was overcome lands speed and excellent Ray of the iasitain a fracture of the left collar J Train Ditched To Save aveijl a collision between ia PenhsjflvaniS passenger autl b iigj Foqr Tower Operator Williams nwjtch which ditched i iri juijing Engineer C FMeman j j Showed He Copld j bv searcher Alice Iijge 16k Willijj antj Fred OIney vlfere found m the All the bocketsln had been turned mside out jn tile underbrjuijii pd tps Ijodles had been dragged frojir thejViilion to the place where found 1 Jfrs IngenbU who was found fealr fullar injiffjd and unconscipuij iri tde ecovered Sunday mornms gufllciently toj uhder stapd addressed Wher by Diaiict AUorney1 Rogers She was hapilv tt speak but replied to1 inqturios IJy nipdding and shading her heaffl Prtfejsqlj information efjcjted not beejti but Snimecjiately after eiJ Detective Woojl jPolibe Brinkefhoff iiast house arrested ji in jQrahams iformer i Iit4picjt ed Jig by Sejtijthere tw6 months 10 SP Olifejjt Grs bpen lealqt s jibr iSirnoiwn to i prap he i OIney plajcej within thsj of the jwomah to Aftditloniil ihformation ttnijlng tp jvith the orliliejwas gIVRn to attorney Lulu die flrs Bald This is my raid som sh where upoi 1 he dren a revoh Ing A NATION GO HU sist thing Ip him in IP struck her r and cjid the shoot of I Address Befor gtjne monei fid enj ved prjobpentv such before and madness con foice We wtfare taWng the nojt matter how n long it IS in this roiirt indc the continuance i The dangers of pe country at tlie a Such WHE the k on1 The Patriot ered by at the Y sOunded against 6fflciial con fdr law in the l3yearold sist and who was to ijiseovet tha p ithatHJrahaimi frequently istrilje her iniptler1 when she1 Was j I j Amonp thj irttcies found lii 3ra ofjtlie same1 ipapffr vvhlfih wis wrapped afofind Ithei piece of iron jgjis pipe with vvhichiUttle Alice and hfer jnotier Jo jhave been afesUitei i Sfpi lagjericks years was i cleared frori kll sus with crr came jinj from hisl lijme in vuiijsporojapu to tlirpiv lightof 0 wasj ifeiporjed continued implement Bnd i of her recovkry are Only 19 New Case New Qrle 4lO new 4 jciined theUp nnd as soon as he his hunted up John Gfah ml his and gave him severc I When thp The Jury Failed i Oc hours deliberationj tl case of Anna Banker the murde of torjhain agree and was disirha ten for convict Go to The Racket for Totments Tetter Sicr like skin The intense tetjter and lik instantly allayed by ja Iains Salvej and been pennaiiently dtirec sale by 1 The Racket sells oal agalj stotjjoii iS i fluty jwltiji ifajjitja Jurjij m rand tBoj i i i Prpves kept in custodylajl day Graham fgunjay proved Inho iyas discharged from cus J i if l aiicj his Jffew were taken jtopo and closely iiriteifro Lala ill tfiat there evideWei tfcat holding them aril that teiisporarily OFJlilSOWN I I Lynched Nejr Bain hi the secold tfmejduring the present visitation a day has pass ed vithouta death from yelloiw the I previous day bsing September ll A foot note to the afflclal Report says that John Dufy died and the doctors certiflcjite givelu Saturday shbttred cause of the to bo congestion of the case had been dlagorised as yell4w fever on October 5 by a marine hospliijil sur and a basis for the second charge of failing to report a has been made agalrist Sza COLLIDED IN fl Three Trainmen Pol j and jAftotlier Bi 4 Jflear CARLOAD OF RACE Wreckage Took Fire fvere Killed i jjiitl tltoJJpdles ot TVo Victims ttqte Aid ost Beyond An the YJ I paion hak t4n 5 ears this an 1 the uoild has neve tirlijg t6ai time thi i us in full the corn shalt ndt and position that It doei isi obtained si can jnot Continue finitely and secu if free jlnstjitutlons MCO thi esbnt rate just as strdus uy npteiofii speed sin of PJeaie deliv F of Aj ic utivq gfj Indiana note of warning he iconitiiiuance iptibn and disregard ramblfe CONOITJONS and No Deaths In tans New Oc to G Sunday New total to none tptai to under There Were 200 pa Angers arttHe Tram t But None Seriously j To Eastern j I Milleriburg Oct mitt Were one man injured H car load of race horsis were either killed or so badly Jhat Qiey hid be shot as the resultjof tollistfcm at the Junction of the Valley branch o the Pennsy rajflroad a quarter of a mile soUfhSof pJajae The dead are ThSodore1 Scok Northumberland Ralph Hen dershott freight Charles Stmliurk freight conductor The collision was fife fast 3 Erie mail train wt8st bouJKi W9 a and box CilSconlaJnjHS i load of race horses line mail train nas bound frotn Hamaburg to Brie It was preceded out of piarnsbjirff by a fast freight train v wish to a heavy lost Some Jhnie The ca boose and box car aec uncou pled at tte a overtook them After the colislon the took fire and the bodiesjiir Beprj jind were yond recognUlon Thefejyere SJO reisj sengers on the majl expfes ndne1 was seriously hurt F The horses were fet to fair j belonged fl seyeral eastern horsemeS f I i DISASTROUS PORkST FIRgS I Flames Have Burned OveV 30 Near Santa Santa Barbara Cal cfct trdiis nres whiclj kahed J Santa Barbara are stllj gaging C Tro fiahies swept over a flverall68 loijg and tUtifts ektjjspiilingjiatonl foothills PabOve MDflteoito merland SPECIAL burning the dense Firef are val YELLOW FEVER IN The Prevailing Op nion Disease Is Bejond tae o skin ii lylhg fiavt by i 1 5 19 of liiig eight west he mnpb The neglo lilld jhekro girl and lad another wio Deputies wheu yicy vveeraiStqppelbyia mob of negroes Thfe ntnffi lioo up to a new cases ofyellow in Pensacola Sunday over Thi t teer committee whii All of the poorer Vailing opinion is th yond control and th in Pensacola efforts of prinripaliv in prev fever i developed a increase is jarily flue to citizens jvolun was j appointed ihese cfses Jidentsj pre t the ffverls be st H wjli remain rest i The ceptered spre id ing a AUTOMQBIL i One Ohe Fatal ly Badly Br Hurt arid Two av Weary i d c Brigljts aiBsa i jnblej illetsj Trouble U to borrow at Athens Mich Oct mer of Athens was iphauffer of KEJlamil ftlly jnjjred irad Mr jund her daughter Fr bruised in an aufomojbne and one half miles w The automobile good j speed swerved Into a marsh and capjslzed jythipg you can When 1 OUACf nd wf rnout by thfe pams aria similar interna tsjt down and b feuH fly for rplief to i Here you Will find of all and body will nr bWrardenea jbyjaioaa Of debt PJibe 60 t An Avtul o years ago on of pneumonia a awful congh of just lil Whooping congh and wonld not get wall a Cured i little girl had a winch left her I She had spells one i with the some thought she o ui We got a bottle of Chamberlains Congh She Stopped t writes This which acted like a cpughing slot Bi or sale by Isj the leys and the mountain sEjes Ward and canyons are veritable fiirnacesi JTie have burned over 30 ranfihes aiijl stroyed and other ings on 12 the ranchers in buildings aloijjeis BUSINESS MAN 1 j He Is WellKnown in Ohio and IndlaSi Y Oet je srtck a prominent man and a member of the firm of Walter Miller if 60 has disappeared ije at the firms placeW He had Jn fribr health for some time is fjsie3 he had ana wandprect away In a weakened condition Mrj Miller is well known to tSe paper trade lu sjNew and Ijle has a commercial traveler many f B MH i k THE GANG PCANKJ E 3 More Than en Prec We extend a very cordial invitation to the ladies of Washington and vicinity visit our Olpak ijnoffl and inspect the showing woWeujs stylish Fall and Winter and t u Jil The j collection in Conner Jears has i j never so laige and the stjles never jso prettyor nicjre 1t j 1 Every garment is known Inake which is a of jithe and most iesign and they dont cost more fUn you jbave beefl paying besides just I j la little more chic than costing much or We inVlte you to try onf g4r inspect them t and under no obligations whateypr to fjjbuy now unless you wish A cordial welcome and politfe jion Cloak second passenger elevator with 14 a Score of and Wfenj ipitated Into tmfcfWatWJ By 3f plank leading l breafeng JB Pal instantly waa fat Waltar Palmer s badly Ipccldeqt two st of this B travejing at a out ofi the road of dlefl ifter in itod l Lincoln natlvfe of Louisvill vas 2iyear4 oldwhen tljei elected him as delesfite1 to arty convention Qoat pn which crowd vraa ivaitiig to go the jthe Atlantic fleet m the Kojfrt iRIverj more thpn ascore men iwomeh were j percipitatpd i into iwaterl A launch frjim kea was about jto leave tbe3float the atcldenti tqok place the went jto the rescue and teeded in lauding the hen he men jvho iyerc Lt ihe j City of three ml J John fJ of iths Fall ot Tragic McA lire thisefew lines frojn J ihinkwha froni his terrible had nojt taken thejmedicin 1 le writes a fearfn listurbed nights rest Mjeuievery nothinfe would ieBlve T i ii wi 7 1 e Apppreciatpiipur JBne Bread It is wefl sleiiaidly baked 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