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Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1894, Washington, Indiana horse that John Pipher and reodhed ten doiiw fl them the iMuraiice money to satisfy mi 7a i I He traded the second hone tor siddle and sold the saddle for northesj of An a rWd crosses low hot of Prairie and has eonstaitlr been in need f brHges Theiiw 8rt i Allen has been Uorgari a id a new Earner take iirths 8 n j fc taken thus fall of Jtni haVb an the most otihe J I 1 Newton sclongT lank I oMlookmg i t t I the fire the companies declined they charged r 10100 on which charge he stood lnthe Monroe Circuit Court and s jThrongh his attorneyf up the moneys I fined aisfranchtaedfor held byawnts of the de t The plaintiff is vrell gtLonlstflleandMiddleborongh Newton Todd who was committed of grand larceny was offered anew He pretested agvinst it and was OB 4 as Bothchild assigned to Attorney before which opcnrredjla July last the j fctfa Anegad BfAbHraWr Secretaryjof This was last bj i trrested aod taken to jail he letter under a table to keep it front ing found on him and the letter bis life a bad It is freaj wife in canttoDii ttat officers are constantly gives a dtitil of the condiuojs of the family as regards the supply ood and to one sentence the irifj refers to her husbands crims in Ififsoon as a It is believed that Todd is guilty of njnrte aul the fact that he was with the jurys verdict Idceny goes to show he is a fugitive fna and isglad to get out of pnUfc A A Jolly Good Time Ii find and ien Nelson Horrall from store Thursday he a strange of at his taje to He s Tramnpfested the kitchen thieves andcutjwsta invaded the dining room abooJ Up fireside a strange company of d aid Dan and Annie f tun tbemselvsial hone with the Tuesday night at the residence of Better Carrie Hyatt to Joseph KeiferJ The event was a quiet one and was wit nessed only by la few near friends and j golfer is ihe weltknown salesnuuj for the music firm of Crim and has a host of j The bride is also wellknown to thif and is an estimable and Keifer will reside Washington have the beef wishes ot their county courtFriday A wen known old gentleman is in iafly attendance at court and whan ever the i regular jury is called he takes a in the jury Whether ne thinks is a regular juror or that any rho wants to can be a juror or not is a matter of but certainty that begets there every The suit of Wilson Hayes in refer ence to a water main was in progress APPEALING TO THE There were Si Mcbmtys Billy the Doiejand Horrall to besVaofa enot irt unleaj a pol Ef is brought about by Sortfs Ifa 8th po B wheare t sir conatry in posi ng M lary thedefeat1 of the ottheDsmoe I I of Jol n hM Wt and 1 Ttotrt BStYaeob Straussto ding out bologna and limburger to Ut Grandma waskntttiBg whfls grandpa the Ball and pounded tie new irk unmercifully B mums What is Tom am of others were Ni BailwmJ Wnnt to KnowTJwu Klfhu ATerreSauto says At meeting of the chiefs of tbe several brotherhoods oTrailway employee al Chicago on Thursday next thi pclicy ol the organizations in respect re relations with railroads in the hands ol receivers will be more definitely deter When jndie BJcks assumed an thorityj in the Ann AVbor strike the mej who are the head of organized railwa labor began looking into tbe questlooj ot jndiciai interference the relation betwefn embloyeeand saployeri Lega advice of the highest character was ob ef most paying offices there are somany K was his wifes tothday and that his holiday trade nsduentool and so con cluded to make the BefrethioeotonrtjearTed to tire jolly crowd daring tfcevenmg appropriate gift Horrall by the company ftrf altoBether tJieocca rion preved to pleasant one rhraoime the hard times wit 1W simplified the problem some what for men because they felt their ease wonli besfronger they went court which virtually fa tbe Hiram of the A dispatch says It was discovered today that undr e Murderer Cyrus Brown should have been kept in the county a period Of two weeks before his death warrant could be legally is and then be could be taken to the State Instead Brown was sen Unced Wednesday the death war fie fc ymjaqf The new ciij local rant issued and the prisoner taken to the State prison at Jeffersonville Saturday to be executed April the murderer of the Wratten family at Daviesa is in the southern prison under the same Anew death warrant for Brewn at the end of The pajsenger officlVs of the vaina lines wet tah that their thia win fall about 13 per below that of the holiday trafflc of 1892 and busineis on the Mississippi division is very and several ertri engines have brought The directors of the New Albany Chicage on the 1st declared H per dividend in cash on its pre ferred Adividend ton bolder of rtxiof New AlbanyS Chiiigo ii a heretofore unknown Vinceniee former ly of thia city and son of afUr four years as clerical clerk in the a Bhopsat beta promoted to Chief Cferk in the General Master Meobanlcs office at which city he will make his We congratulate upon his1 promotion and know that the Oreuetal Master Mechanic could have made no better New Albany ledger The Big Four and die Baltimore and Ohio enido not seenuto have gotten very harmoniously together in the joint use of the truck between Xorth Vernon and anil the Big Four is avowing its purpose to commence in the coming spring the COJJT strnction of a line of its own from Au by way of into The Big Four if it is in the unfortunate bridge beirtjT built be tween proposed Aurora Madison and eonville route become an old and wormy two and All i it McO t i wid not itajbd and in coaven for his NTAFFAIR Uu Mliitt rent year Tuesday r andwill long by the TheKo ipateh that when exTwanpw of Tipton oonn was north United court at w was ofmore significance than appeart on its If thi petition for a j is granted toe men will endeavor vince the court that tbe iwho fa the courts of Louis Kansaa City is not agfag the property for toe best interesfc of all ooncernedj that while he cod staailj reducing the wages of the men there is no net saving tecanse re ceiver has added to the number and ii creased the salaries at vthe higher offii If the Noithern Pacinc recelveri refuseJtberequast of the men in regarfl to the schedule Which is to go ino effect tombrrow tteiconrta were to pealed to to f With many railroads where he had ing county f stocking b vires the still hive tbe trying to e3 6tste by wU be given a Robert ery fa the steal Inhis fpf the re that Artostrongt aud that Cal Arn Inty under his is oompromiss with i be will plead gmltr and I convictrd of fore nntalri Circuit in awaitingtransfer to this new pol icy of setting controvei r siesbetweeneinployeeand Ii sure to attract Vide attentionand tie result be in the maj ner these j paratory floor witH wMetalliing with pre suddenly rfated the he bram Partinl paralysis hlsmiod is There U tie hops Of his final IFTCB x SALOON Jo UcenMTl secured fopenaaalioiiat 1 tdp itjTainaliqoof scit ilyandi L themselves rtnot Fin trade turned tod sent appUceiionof aome aod be dftisagev He before the hands of receli GENERAL A Gl be Democrat gotisip Books that sell for 15c toSoc look but even at that price there ia a margin of profit in them or publishers would not print That they are tot as aa they look is ehiwn by a comparison with the aiie and price of dairy news The QlobeDemoorat for instance ef last Sunday had forty pages of leven columns There were thus 280 columns of 1808 words each which made nearly The ordinary 25c tothe page and about 8W so a little calcula tion will show tn a Cngle issue the Qlpfcebemocpat had matter enough to make over eleven iuch In truth the day of books hal gone by and the gnat mass of book literature will hereafter be printed at 25c to SOo The Chicago Tribune conveys this Mt of interesting Information Vf on the top floor of the rtioanix building 900 men and women are day and aa telegraph by one of telegraph One ef the strictest of the which has recently been is the one which prohibita operators to converse during working To leave their desk while on duty ieabsolutely forbid AMONQ THE THE he Delineator for February will be an anusaally attractive number and the ladies win find the fashions that are dta played handsome and becoming wtl find it to their interest to consult it foi the completion of their winter ward St Valrntaeie responsible for tWe novel diversions one being Valen tine Tea and the a Trae Lore Card The usual features sueh as to Higher cation for are 1 Every kdy will be fav interested the It Uonly one or filteen The estimafcid population of trday in round numbers is Of this are in in in in North to Southi and mfle ifllOl in 57 to 11 to to the 14 a North Amar Thegreift Increase in population At presaat ia ini 30 eertt North Americajshows 80 per eiit inja Africa jlp pfcr South Anjerica IB republics stand at Ae need of all coup tries to France has of gold coin id sivfer India hw to The TTmied States have in gold cdnanymore than m Indii aad Only a few days ago two youeg men were sitting at one desk opposite each One of them was sending prers to while the otner was re StatM mfferjh excess of sfltjer and tie one of 1 he three that tea prteent jivfaLj messages from thasame The seeder was addicted to the Hisipply had runout Icok ingacross tneoimef side of the he spied a plug at the side of j THE JThe Januaryttnmber of The Forum riduced ltd 25c coOUliis thorough anal ysis of the of Ihe recent pan and the great to W deduced Wells most remsrkable series of facts that has ever taken tip and he is the best thing by far that I have ever TBE PASTDOI air AJTOUSOT The pnbllshers ef The American Angler many aKfcles for 1894 ot iotartst to lovers of fishing and fish that Midwintk Mecca of all good Will receive considerable attention from correspondent wJc wiH visit ail the fikhiag grounds accompanid by competent and will ti seen to pages on aod method of capture of Southern game with appropriate Besides this special the pages of magacine are full of uiation to the lovers of and miucnlanse with BpiriHd To ask for thecoveted been a of Uw so he resolved to another Stopping in his he asked UM receiver in New Orleans to all partner on the ottor side to hand a click came the response over the jnstrnmtnt on the other side of the glass The tobacco was thrown and the yomng man was made i The messaga had gone to New Orleans and returned to Chicago to taw a and the chief clerk was no Ecrif tioni of trips after thtse noble g Tke American Angler a monthly f and is published at 19 Park Price per year r 20c fet TBE LiOlES HpiCE Do you bow to pick well asks Both Ashmore in the Jasnaiy LadksHome Acd if rtAILROAD J The PnUman Palaoa Car tiompany employ Itis said tte freightbnatoMS over the thantthas been official and fifty cents tar And dollar for a small temk that toproperir The packer with dozens of aUeeta of paper and eevwal pieces of Ton can sitiwhew your betoaglngs as skirts andjbodices ire ttken say wbith Then tie fccdices have their aleevee itnfW tHt tknv in the rtrediwith it the pmned to are tacked to tte j
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