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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1893, Washington, Indiana                                Im m PART FIRST mi DEMOCRATS MunigjatbOongressOre in Wuh 8eriouSIttaictmenti Are Made Against Hlr Thy tone of President Clevelands iessage to a mighty Useord among Those favOT free coinage of silver are Kdaaamg the President and those on the side of the fenoejsayihe is all right Speaking of the matter today ExCon r gresssman uitutesed hia disap proval with he didnt be lieve in being the kind of a party man that he couldnt kickHke blank when proper time He thought that whfle the two partial are mixed on the Question of the tariff and favoring highpriced Bjiney and high tariff and others low tariff and free coin in the Bepufcljcan party the dog had generally managed to wag the Jail but Cleveland hap got theDemo oratic party in such imposition that the 1 wags the ONeall is de cidedly in favor of stiver and believes in a ratio of 1 to Arid ha would ap prove of such a measure allowing own en of silver to have it coined by paying ft toe for the j ONeall said he was about ready that the Peoples party is about the only honest on the money At this Junc someone BUggeetiithat if Uncle Tommy Wadsworth on hand that ke would take OKedl The lat ter was asked how hBwiuld prefer be ing tor go down head first said he with j OoL John Spencer whtf iesaid to be a candidate for the Reviehne Colledtor seems to be friend the President has in L Anderson Is decidedly in favor of free coinageaitd is therefore emlast the Editor Boyd has not expressed himself to our knowledge wfflno doubt fide in with the making the fomrth of bftWfOn the money in ten monthsWe anxiously await the Democrats leader editorial Attorney Wfllsrd WnHamsis in favor i offree stiver hesaysj andii therefore not in the Itis a oonglomeratid mew with par aonlar emphasis on the GOOD THINGS ABOUT TOBACCO 1MB the mbde of ng her gift ObvioWT ittb to co41 vapor and apply therurelcdld TapailtothSKneBef for this end s Dom binatiop of the hoojcab and BimmeTi odorttk is fill that Ifjyqn stand on thaTgratintfOf a snufTmaa ifaci tory inowdlUcious the odorfBuoli of a tobaoeosoeni equally to p restorative and a parfunie m if H A IS Tobacco consists rf tts leaves and italk of a plant chargediwith an aromd ajfriflaTating and fragrant to the says gentlemans the aromo should be inhaled in the form of cod by the human like the cab eats3the leaves and He uses the at the right temperaturei but Jn wrong itirftothe The and stalk to it i the to and puts bni converts itinto al smoker irlght tempera right ng The baceo into the wrong tem lierataare into a wrr The smoker bleeds the filthy rags ind other materials oat it which paper made with the The pipe ioker puts ieh is used Mj Indefinite is y difficult tojsleanii to pro eer iaafl formsof iismokingthe with the breath For eeveral weeks a man has pten seen prowling abdntl the homes ofaev eral persons In Gatnpeell street aid the Petersburg road he has offered in sults tp several ol the Friday he waj shoi at several timesjbut escaped fhtirsday a medlHne and fruit trei peddlsrnamed Morgadl ac he fa couple of nanUhg them and that he proposed to have The hniband bf him a good bit of advice and it with a threat to make it warm for if seen og his SJ indignant have of the citizens fcecome tthat a battery posted at about he windows in that pan of town night and Morgan would hardlyhave escaped had he have shown de is certainly should be g ASTRANOB Swt DIIMI ttrtr Marriage ofj Miss Bessie Baldwin Joseph 4 TUletts and Mta Minta MoDougal to Lee table t While a large majority of the people of Washington were wsapped in ateep and as the glowing August sun was let ing a flood bf light upon this two tappy young people took places betide each other and in the presence of a nuffl wr of friends were bound by the laws ot they were Miss Beesle and Joseph The G eremony The action of Admiral Tryoa in refusing to th feidge of theTlo toria while there wW a is being compiled military men of this city with aodon of jirigadier Oenarai Carter at the Big Hbrb i According Jto now cepted in opportunity was offered Custer by a Indian sconj to out his way Custer refused proffered blanket and headdress aad remained to dli frith his stances are mlny iA he British navy of captains of wax ships preferring tot go down with tbkr sttipjj in preference to outliving It uian old in the British andooe accOrd accordlBg to Wie Niw York prac tically amounts tola that the cp tain who loses a ship never obtains a tecond oneJ The amomg jnkny American officers jisithat Tryon as fully imbued jtrith idea of a commlanderj that hun dreds of weife toprisoned below oiJmlyideddedto go down with jof this was performed about five iclock Thnrpday morning at the elegant home ot and on Buttemni The brides fatter officiated aijd be was by of the About forty guests were present and ley all partook of an elegant breakfast directly after the The writerj takes pleasure In recording this believing as he does that t is an Ideal xnatch of two worthy ypung A personal acquaintance ship With which extends back several gives us libertylto express the which is universal among her many that Washington has not produced a sweeter bride than Was robed and bedecked for Thursday mornings She has been an ex ceptional lady with all the traces of heart and head allotted to her Her is an attorney of and if an excellent young and Tilletts left Thursday or Pern where they wfll The best wishes ot multitude of their dends go with 0 i tents were reo the shlji so loog as a njan aboard had to die as the result of out orders given by himauririg the At the patted Statue ffaval Academy a thegrouids stands ijoday With the iname Herndbn on its was an American naval pfecer befpre the dvil war was engaged oB furlough command of 4 mafll sthamer plying be tween sad the West The was 3ost to the gulf streamf off the Florida carried a large number of the The majorftjr of tlje paaieagers placed in boat detndon to Insteadiof availlnghiinself of the oppor Hernflon the boat to cast Tte shipwent down Hemdoji In his staridlng alone aid the STATE TAX COMMISSIONERS ThrArakoWlii AMI Warm Alter The state board ff itax commissioners met at be AiditoriolStates ofttcei morning at Indians Tbe seafdon fer T While ttiere Will bq sufficient buiineB M occupy of the timef the board tt Is thoughi tbeJseMion will laborious one During the first fifteen daystiiiboarfl w4 assees the property of press ali eping oar inafast freight oem1 paniesdping the Under ihe act the oompaaies be siiaiiBl froirjtalton capitalst value the plants fid mileage mUestimatef that place mOOOJMp k tax i or Icallti to wlfl 5beard ASWRBE WEDDING AND ANOTHER EVENING AFFAIR arly in August Another cause Jam farmers if the scarcity of water for drinking purposes for man and beast It is taid that streams that were never before known to fail have gone dry and that Wells in every community ere refusing to longer fur nish j Some elegant the hojne of the bride in McTe garts annex Thursday night amersly and Miss Minta MoDougal Wtra married at just 9 The oeremenies were conducted by James iOmelvena of the Preaby terisn ohnroh and only the immediate relatives were Adraih brother of he groom and Miss daisy of the were the atten i The groom is the enterprising son of WHUam Hamersly and has won ft legion of friends by his sociability and strict adheranoe to j The bnde the oldest daughter of Wniiaoj the well ier hks a larger number warm friends and wish her asuccess in toarriedlife and Hamersly left on the train list night for Chicago and the principal points in the east They will be gonejabout four i TBK its hftartiiurt there are maay acres of own that not produce and jit is only cationaUy that one tees fleid that will any sort of a I do not be lleve that 3 am far wrojg In saying that in the central counties there will not be a quarter of a j I in many it jls far mers are feeding their live stock dry is an unusual thing to do early in Aturnit It has occurred in the farmers that during the latter part of August and the first part of INDIAN A WHffEE CAPS THEY ARE LUCK September they have Compelled to eed but the men who hare een fannlpg Indiana was cannot remWber when WM necessary to pat stock on dry feed for the FromDu boil Four Are fentio Glory From Harpson Oounty 8om4thinp About Mob Dubols Bpeaktag of the county Wilte EtansviUe Courier TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES Make Their Annul With Uio The Trustees of the rations townships ere in the city Tuesday and naking their annual reports to the Board f Commissioners and drawing the funds the The reports of dls rarmaents will be printed by THE QA from week to until com they being quite show some much needed improve tents throughout the in the way of road lohool and demonstrate the act that Daviess county is taking stops o toe front in this A gentleman arrivnlg from last brought Ifielnformation that the Special term of frcnit Court which convened there Thpmas Duncan OBJ sppclal occupied the of the week in trying the case of the John charged with one of White Caps who whipped Coffey in The case wasflveq to the jury about i Saturdiyj f jit is stated that the first ballot tatytj by tbb jury stood for convicti6n and one for and it took until B for the jury to reach a which was sealed and not published Until Monday The verdict wa HIRAM HUGHES an Troa and the penalty fixed at two years in the penitentiary and a fine being the ihortest term permitted by ttle Brown left after the adjournment of court and this Writing his whereabouts is unknown j to jthe There iljre two other Bates pending against one far whlpplkg Coffeys wife andthe other for i whipping one lames In bund is James whbttTthe proseOa tlon is the White Will be arrange i for trial as won as a jury can be to and Us will in all probi occupy this 1 There are six others under indfive others whom witnesses swore Uuring the trial last week were partid pants In the There are three esses pending against each of those In and wish them a How It b WEA1 I iTbeun cad Stock IB t Is causing Evansvflle Courier a coal miner who lives at Ayer ihire on the Hnntingoorgh branch of he Air Lmj arrived In the nty andhassltice been mgaged in investigating reports con jeming his Hughes states that he was married to he woman la 1883 aid fai 1893 his wife eft and went to when followed her and tried topenuade ler to return She always refns He followed her to various places n Kentucky in hopes that she would Inally consent to Several Weeks ago she1 came to this ity to having promised a patrol nan named while on a visit that she would return to Evans ille to She was takea to a louse oa Olive street where she has since And Hughss th t he earned that French paid for her lodg Last week he met Trench in com lany with two other the officer an to tell the crowd about This was too for the in jured who told Trench that Hughes was his how did not stop the officer from talk ing and he seemed to delight in boasting if the womkhV conduct j i Bngheb said his wife was from a highly respected and he did not the nanle of his fatherinlaw pub j He states that be wfll commence pro ceedings for divorce snd WiD send their little daughter to his sister to be cared alarm in many parts of Tndtanaj says the Indianapolis There has hot been what a rain ival counties Jfor There have been a few bni fanners ejibugh raini hasjnotfallen in the tiine ninGoned to the earth two inches tolowthest The stories thjitire irpught in ram the surrounding the cen i alaven sho tits about le extent of the dp night itfhas jpractically roinei I thi i sdhi crop In central In a it s the corn idy of In other ities bnthatnoti JVirmers say that Itiieri thoasan Is of acres of corn in ihi nodrsjpa week ago night provided it Is done in such a way as to make it appear t hat they were over Where they mal e any pretense of at all it is he merest very generally the do not makeeven ft Under the common a prisoner in the ban is of the Sheriff if a ward of the i nnocent nntiljne has proven guilty by di te process of Tbe Sheriff whoticitly makes himself the accomplice of I those who are tempting to excute k private venteanoe on a ward of the I State under the theory of the bore guilty than toe wivate person who commits a homkie n the heat of For ia case ofthe Sheriff there is breach ots trust and perjury as well as acquiescence in the murder of a person who is helpless and unable to himself as ward of the he is held lij cus tody by the It Is as if the Sheriff should take prisoner by ilnion his arms and hold him so as to irerent his resistance while he is being tabbed to death by his f he inaction of Sheriff is undoubt edly due in almost every case to sympa thy with the mob zather than to cow Moral courage is rare every but there are very few Ameri cans who arenot only too ready fight r they have or fanqy they have The conduct of the American iheriff In surrendering hia wardsjto be murdered whenever a mob chooees te call for them has as ha pretends it the poor excuse of cowardice He a not as afraid ot he mob as bp pre ends to He Is limply negligent Of uty and In sympathy with the This Indiana case ibowa what has so ften been shown it j Is no trouble at all to drive back a lynching mob if only a deterinined resistance U with a oond hi each TheTerre Haute Express comments on the repulsion of the eon county White Caps The White Caps who were so com pletely whipped by the Conrad brothers were probably the same kind of White Caps which has been terrorizing South ern1 Indiana for It is said that this particular lot were not riffraff but The trouble all along has been that the midnight riders were what arej called the respectable men of their communities and that is why they have been If the riffraff had been doing all the whitecspping the respectable portion of the people would have cleared them ontj long The Conradsqiay have been a bad set but under old principle tnat a mans house is hjis they had right on their sideand the right te shoot as soon as the attempt was made to break into by armed men without a warrant i It is said that this last event may break up the White It may until some woman or1 some defense lees man needs disciplining and then the White Cappers wfll ride i They wfll keep Hding until it is shown that soae of hem will get jinto the peni tentiary which will destroy r the social stanaing these respectable White j j i T A strong article on the i nbject appear ed in the 8t which wdT be read with of a Officer French siupended from fluty but evening until the charges ittalnst hinV have been Hughes fe the same fellow who cans Us wifes at Russiavflles joint in this city ab6ut two weeki BEHNEft MUST NbT i Hordcref i Notinw Qovernor Matthews DIM addressed a letter to Mrs Henry Betperj ag her that be cannot parole ar of his ter hnsbanc life prisoner f i ir the mnr brother years aga Thechief executive reorts lhat he has j BESISTIKO The fact that an Indiana mob hundred was routed a of four of titelr number by itie jdetermlnad resistance of two men wicun they in tendedtolynch calls to a most remarkable phase of thai prevalence of mob infre qnenoy which resbtfaJnca is In the qaae of train rptitJJejjpBs a some what sinillar inertia is it iscerttiply in that case a jhanifestatibni inertia rather than of cow with the robberies a position to resist the sympathy Litrho arein robbers feel thai neither their lino proper no ocoa idefending i companies a difference ft Whenever tt or take of the law it I I TALK ABOUJT The threat to destroy the protective system is doing Imnjpniie mischief and lie unsound policy of the partym the with reference to the currency Is no less destruotive jof confidence and alarming tobusinessj nati TimesStar Tariff reform catt wait The new currency whatever it is to can The naked repeal of the sil purchase provisions of the Sherman act without complications or the dis cussion of substitute measures is the first and the sole imperative duty of extra session of York Mbune Under a protectivi tariff ered time and again the direst Aa a general propo ition the maiiurac nrer has grown but the Wage earner has not Imp tved hia t might not be impossible tg say whether trade relations 1 with free co not be able to aoid recurrent of periods of utter star ration and York Tribun i The kind of tai iff reform that ex Secretary Whitney wants is wfll safeguard arifl reform that the greatest poasibl i That Is reform to and bean a very Strong reeemblence to wtat Whitneys Democratic brethren howled at so Damn able when we got name of the McKinl Wisconsin Tha protectionists anxiously looking both Germany and on their new retaliatory If the icKlnley there must of prosperity ahead but they do not see There is a where and it leaves n a very bad Journal Tbe McKinley protection of the law to put good of the worklngm put a good roof ocjd food into carpets on a home free 1G De i UM Damagu ille aqd Bedford Is siiiiifiia a EransTflle and Bichiond raflwayi ai and the i ha Mc 3 rrc Bafaeade i due who lost 01 sail wraokf last i rioter was we Should extent established good kind tariff in 1890 under the y or the profit that mjfcftiiitift Ihyaukee 1 a law for the homes Itis on and his to their to put ieii books on a mug aJJotrunt in thesavhfgs ar education for tttejehildrsn that wi 1 fit them and usefulness whc a they I v a h et al Charier Kfllian atatOda MWllsoi lat w of his lei   

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