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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1893, Washington, Indiana                                A since as Strykfa Walker Bfa Amasa Joslin Alexander Whittfd MeCann Hamilton flelli Let EXA aad The oxaoinatlon of the fecomd oUw tail tb 0on inprogreai at bean Uasklni Puett Martin 11871 wMk cloiintf nifht idtk a netijitioa worth The Mtotea FM NOT t fa Lester Walker WUlli Baxter Aj of Mlddletown Clr McNansjhton again a grand following members Of tie olaal too Baldwin J Brnner 1890 Woodf 1 John the present and James the the imolleit gentleman but pure and an good sermonl were abori the avenge and Words of commendation and We want ever struck a Our Maysylta praise from all who teard five church has been iui the Vincennes class made a fine shoeing in that part of trict from the time of its Said Coundlman Ill See Yon The Sweet Said Councilman Councilman A Red Hot City Soltpis d igansTo Of The In Which Consic Blood Was Stil jrable Bad Brady Speech And And Draws the i In His i Statute WAS DONE AT COUNCIL wai CiafanoftGK TJnderdown ftp disW covering anA assessing prop ertyj Was for 3 Claim of 0as was referred BagsdaleS claim for flBJW was i Tiei dairfl of Brown for toe coni strqfcting ofEast Third and Elm sewer was Petition If Helptamstihp et condemning was referred com mittee on eJBCtric Petition df Frances Bodarmel jo opsn an alfey frota 4th tin 6th streets was Petition jf Lester et toe extension ot Second vas j The Treasurers report on hands to Bejiort Michael was re4d and placed on Report A Chief of Fire shoeing fire apparatuses te be in Extra were adviaed an4 the report was j RJeSolution to the effect that ier vioesof the Street Commissioners be dis WSJ ap Monday nights in perfect harmony phsre that prevaded the angnst oody matters of pnblio into Mayor Tharp called der there was a strong brewing Eatl poet excepting had drawn his chair i and in a more conve the speech which he When the claim for for the Third and Elm itree was a sign for a of 1th the atmos in which deliberate on and when inncil to or idication of a lember at his wluF to a window location for loaded hitu ed in i and the duties im earriaii Kelly and ferady voted calling side read and concerning the construc tion Of n SQWer over the wii rea4jand referred W a solict contracts and report at neflijt Resolution calling for i sewer pn Mill street referred to Smjill and THE to nay WMJ readily as that of the mitt first battle and taken He wa oown implement Captain in a few Whil PalmerJ Palmer is a native prisoner be made acquaintance d Harrison uiwuship this county where relative by marriage who was was born in His father the Our subject wsi came to Indiana from South every battle in which his regimen Carolina and was an old time with the exception of Chio Our subject secured most of the education be got by studying nndet He had been home on a furlol on account of sickness and rejoined hi direction oi hia at the after the waa reared on tile farm and in palmer is the elder not senior 1801 be eniisted in Company otthe firm of Palme second the old Captain Implement He wft McCarty Palmer the last time in 186 elected onlerly sergeant and served the union two children wet such for nfpeteen He then Mllfied and Palmer mustered in as First Lieutenant and the first wife Campbell Palmer wa us The Forty second in most of of Palmers sons are assist principal fights flf the among their father in CapUb be flawed Bine is a good a tnoronghl Buzzards Mission hinainess man and is alive to ttt and Lookout of the COLORED with watch dogic jumped to and began Side walk on Eleventh street was Brown ordered constructed Ion of the concerning the removal 0f er came up obstrnctioas in alleyicarrfed the Chnrsh were ordered tojbuild sidewalk a ten minutes speech 1 interesting to the big Be called for a certain utes of 1881 and the law relating aKy for public o pay from managers Concluding he said is just such going fore and I think He said Feagans Well i be much I am f work like another there in an frame of be with the sewer hi oj been wholly a member of the ans arose to Youre a torted Councilman Whafsthatyoa I said not ignorant proved quite of se in the Stat therefrom the pen accepting public there ye right be llaw snould be CouncUman ye seem to replied irre to do the anddont see k a itly indignant so far as he to do that be had Feagans as Feog yer ignorant re Communication from the of tte Boakl of Health nnteknce in thejrear of Walters was no action j The continuation of the the Mayor ami were i J I r Engineer was to es tablish a grade along the eastttide 0f the iloore livery wa dfafTrustpe by Strasstj by Open vote la a tiej ij Lestet not Motion jo Motion a rejiess five Le not several othw W secrjet ana open with like resriltl and a like THE it U tnie that it hajl never been put in very extend sively in the Misa A4na Clayburn is attending tbj I A goodtime was had at trio party en by fVmie Payne HAT does HoThc onciu or Halstcd mean bji advising the office ot coroner is one of the publicans to nnll ancient known to Etigliah ify t h e fifteenth I it was instituted it was a post ol Amendment as the coroner wnsfa the tmwervator of the pesee and was maj a micijterial Jdeputy of the At first ilily prominent knights and afterward judges of IKisiticm attained to the but tlje in irreat In Illft mmisteria capacity tha coroner to Ue seo farther thai most of thelearnf but believe he ii looking for trouf the which they were The examination wpw n the questions being printed and each mem ber being required W write the The ansvrtre in moet oases showed a very thorough acquaintance with the The reception on TVednesday very enjoyable 4nd did credjt to the young people of It donated of a number of short speeches from members of the and at ihe close of the addresses a Bountiful supply of ice cream and cake was served to all who wished to The evening passed very pleasantly in social converse until a She people Of Mays vine were highly pleased and said to the to and has teen manned jjrjr the following ministers as as towit Richard a Bo 4 years Dan 4 y Hayden 4 years J 4 years Zarin years 4years 4 years 3 years present hustling 6 years at close of this conference the having been eitended two years his term ton the district have all been good both pastors and presiding scandal or shame attached One of 2 The organization of this society WiM on Christmas with the Inz names as charter members mon Thomas and he being I H UO ohn o lass of Class 1 J he being leader Ballow and Alexander Brown Wiley Writfht and Sol i Frank and wifet Thomas and a re John Thomas ind Delila Ve Come again every the class Was delighted hope for many 1 more snch happy returns The class adoptee as its class color braeand aad juransed for a union and banquet 4 Catharine Cornelius Daughe T Oiarlutte Hawkins 12 at which d number Of toaats arioue T l Ja e ana Harriet will be j Robi We tha second years class n bright future whfch ii fnll of promise and Annt Sarah mother of not onjy to them bat the church they Tbse liavy all pass any anthorizei to serve rNvriti when wss iucapncltated from or fhon the was tlie alicriff and he had the wituin the county for which he was Sleeted to apprehend a felon without any functions ho still retains in Kngland hnd in most of tllQ United In nta judicial capacity REV was Longs ad Welcome of the jndirtna I stand bjforo yon tjinight by reine9t of rty as Senior member this Maysville to voice tihofeelings anjl sentiments of church iiud commhuity in n conlnl greeting and to ajd MP accredited Mitho truvelmir And I astire pever iji town or comujtinity where you more cheerfnliy received ami m ire Wtlcouio as re of in Franklin High School turned out twp bis chief duty in later years is to inquire colored this year Hawkins and son Gainr Cttarnw aawnmsaau o er returned home from Franklin Mof elecntej p into the manner of the death of any pot ton who is slain or dies suddenly with the city of was 1ft week to meet Jharlei HowaJd jodgeV of which he is a mem What tho cause of so many bixnjc failures I Is i chanse of adminiBtri rion will be glad when tup ULD1NC NOTES J j deniie on jBefroi new terni Miss Letta of who baa helda Government ppsitioB in the department for wis happily married a few dnjje ago at to a In alsoif Miss Clark a pretty lately inp froma business colleg of that citjf with a class of Although she hada itlJlit fUdl hanis annex when com the most handsome1 Crim corner of ai toi ready for oopn 5 W 1VU O WMiQfi serious lUnesa her s lasted more than three or I ps a The duty of making inquiry intoshipwrecks and guarding any property saved for the lawful once considered as Ov much is not generally op iipned we think he might liwfnlly undertake It as pro perly included in the terms of hbi sp Owing to the neglJtt it first by the noblemen ligh degree who held ater on by the freeholders who had ight uf the office fell into grbat lUrepnte in according to than y ptir good petiple htre at Mays And now inj th4r guod I welcomojyou to and domestic to onf our iyttnakhios And onr VJl to their reward save four or as is now iil all very tnst typ M this Ani tiaving g tiuii ajid paatora o7nr ape if fortythru w you fore uttlug down yon cnuitc with a ir of nai ortupnions and trades run and sa for you vour Bak ircpmtin a Raff to ply hail a FlI er angle tho nnd a Fox to lirln Thin answers the th trades you ha Trvlur to your a Master of to the a John I while liaty rui j mend the cause as Methohist are of ore and to your onrTowalhonsrholdjof faith in the of rest of Jesus iAjjam we welcome while John 1 btciuso of pure and holy In cnnclosi which you are aniDrelhr0 blf the place of rest n while John Phillips all the Welc which yqii are and recognized by the church to ftnd mnintfrfn is the itiialsters of Miost And for and ifrrndious cause yon THE BIG It Till as owjjfktrd together with J In the eegeneration and Christ if ceedsd in capturing sixth honors of thij vast itShe has afisler lif ing minis i Clajr i James this city was Tbb groom promising yonng maif has a a year Government positloji which hi haslheld for over eight congratulate the man a sutli a noble and say lately embarked Got and yonj TO t i haijpy and free as the 6 wcint waves Oti the dark blue 11 J j of Prmeetoi who hUbeea Visiting her ij fi ir a f r days Mpk suddo t mor ing ud died jthfttj fyom the anfl man rument of the pr0gramrae is i of their duties ruption W sin intofthe new and aen and persona oil life of true htlinesi the W J Id the which purifies andjpfines the sonl and i All kinIs of amnseinent tyjfcada kml n nm 11 a t li afi n t tliA in frtr flia DftirtVTnant 1 J ifr got intolow and indigent Uliero is nothing more codoiq jr fnrcial In the whole range of liteli iture than the recofds of coroners io In later men of ntellisence have beeri bnt jfpi nany generations tkese officials action was the stock pf be The returns of nqnisitions presided over by the coroner Inring the lifetime sevorel geiier itioru are as full of as any irce ever acted upon the and ihe crownerfs quest1 wfe a universal by trord and a for all that was ridiculous in official All the TitsJevrbd their keenest shafts at the fcctiohs and standard of we vieif from a grind and glor ioroner and his and sa teemed never weary ofmaking them butt of j The American colonies borrowed the jfflce from tha mother ind riave duni litpe or nothing to imprpye jn the character the No one cln read thi of a core oersinqoertandnotjfeel that it lacks rattal elements entitling ttto public With hardly roffident to prore liif it ft a of stupid tlttZB wOff to OflOf U10 OOdpOfiy Si the finid forntobmjr i tttal tone oi the the Vttajl Spiritual fi ftom the lie Celebrated ID segeneration and As it looks now the Fourth pror I of to a big day in cor to nobler ind a jffiate and Jving You work as Bible is Then dear to meekly add elevatjesincd the af and everything for the enjoyment will the The faces will be one of features of the Some of the horses in Indiana will be here i suffer Be be diligejitj ffalt iful BCTvants of our Lprfl Jesus Ever keeping in view ltht recompense of reward at end of Jtonr toil and everlasting me to welopme you pui for long having atjpyed the and for claiming the honor of having more el foot of land in and jit is unt fortunate for some of you young preacb ers odd bd fore into MaysTflle Dig feninijle flashas land ad jrns our blstorit old this bjonse is histoicii It is nowfthej oldest Jlethod booM Bethil east c f andi our miles o Brother Smith its alsof is eight i JThis ohnnih i as ralsjsd and of hn Wr i IfiKA a tthaibMa wMia v wittriwtai doubt we will have some Besides horseracing we1 will have jHcyJ cle races by parsons from our owni K Ity Arrangements are being madd f or parade of floats in the In theafternoon John will deliver the and all ca W pect to hear something Tery J At nigkt the grounds will proba lighted by A dancing form to accommoJ ate 100 be built and a general good pected at Talk the Fourth up and get interested and we will bare ever held in The first bridgebuilder was t and the ropes and stays of a arar always until Koting is in Th of various fruits the shells areoltioeddriec ments of the me it and in   

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