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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1897, Washington, Indiana                                BY THE WASHINGTON GAZEHE COM THIRD SCnteredmttheFoatofflceat Washington T ttcond class inatteft t Cortaipondcnoe Is Invited from every Davlesa and all manuscript will careful attention and will be published If Obituary ot persons not promi nent and Oudi of will be charged at I cents per SOTSOHIPT10N Dally SemlWookly Year K gli 60 08f Three 25 ually KdlUonDelivered to Any Fart of Sample Copies Famished on ADVEBT1SINO PHIOE8 Will be Hi ven on Sunday and SemiWeekly Tr OAZETTB Is the official Newspaper for County and la also oldest Bepub Ucaii newspaper printed In the Second Con Rreisloaal Tha Publithara will consider It a fsvor tohava information of an Irregularities The Gazette or errand will take prompt steps to cor feot me to their than rom the one item 3akths in of wo l and otfoer t bin s on the firmiwj i believe the i it r net the i DtJTi jss counly fmnermoie than a dollars t y r ot nearly JP die se gjld standard iimeJ are not so bjid ifter THE fapmfer last year ji3 ncjt complainirJg robber ey in Iambs und the quadrupled MAgK 3ANN A is an espccia the enemies of and the that everythinj jia wrong for wbicll Ibey Address all commnalcatlons to IBX TUESDAY EDITION JtiKD a dissatisfied farmer now adays and dollars to doughnuts he sold his wheat three or four weeks ago ClNCDtHATr Will have Nat ional Encampment of the Grand Army of the WASHINGTON needs a little old fish ioned energy Injected into tha local market worse than else ready for it at isbaipy in t lets haye a wagon bridge or two over White We need that kind of a movement and need it Talk it EvEist business house in Washington should close from 1 to 4 oclock Tues day rnorder that the clerks and pro prietors can haye an opportunity to vtake part in the Cornerstone THE Herald seems to think THE GA ZETTE is hunting for Therein our contemporary is It from our theoilier follows arc hunting for that article and we do no feel disposed to be unaccomcdating about it Daviess county farmers will handle more than more this year than haye for several yeats and their trade looking The Wash ington merchants should be up and do ing or thegood things in store for them are likely ti slip through their hngers WHILE other states are setting their prices for the honor of having a Naton al Commander in ol the Grand Army of why sbculJnt SoutheriS Indiana make a move along that too There is plenty of good and Washington has two or three men who would fill the place with distinction aad therefore is man to en wlyi a sheep iout the lie has f is mon have target Re tor heads in fer the guns oi the party in O lio this fall aid is nothingstrange about this ei Republicans lave gdev When arfi e they hunt up Demo irats for counsel find ad vice and l pro ped on the lit that are And an especially deii able target isjthsiman or aien who haye jjciiioe the brunt of battle pojr old w said to hfiypbeen knocked opt d be In fact what isn yaluable that t ie f aru er raitps by tle t more A lainfu Humor On the Ankle Spread to the Knee and Developed Into Nc Trout le Since Taking I wan troubled with a itching i m one of my In time it a into boils of which I had five 01 aix at a The humor spread frcir myankl itomyknee and was very It baffle the skill qf Fci weeks I my weight on thir A1 abscess formed snfi TTas lancet1 and the humor broke oat on myotfaec ankteand threatened to lerksi myformer ezperien pttracted my attei tionnnd I began taking In sis weeks I jnras and began to hope foi apermaient I took Hoods Sarsa parilla B x months and was entirely cured I have 1 no trouble with humor since Bemembei Sarsa parilla Is the fact the One True Blood Purifier All 81 she for Get only HOODs UUj Hood1 Dillc Se JrUIS Price slumpfor there Is certainly an unpre cedented DAVIESS county farmers will have more than live hundred thousand dol lars to spend year than THE fall nnil wit tuttradej in ington prouii ci to be heavy and Watimgtcj irercbants fholulcl gut The asjiieijUurist la knowledge pt tand soine price for luborajirl bu pay lis debts null iive which to buy bandit iJi ut tbings kvhfch the haid times woulJ peiujit It for tie locail bltsioess age space in the advertU coltmjns of Tfair plant a a1 i thousands of buyers peiiusb these columns daily ii Dt wail for the rush bu which to to the help to createit t seems to haya suffered its JnE GAZETTE has a report from every wheat bnyer in county except two and makes an estimate for them that is and we find that less than bushels of wheat baye been cold here to This would leave in the bands of the farmers of Baviess county abont worth in the local or more than the total crop of 1890 That means the farmers of Daviess county will have abont more to apply on their bny new macInn THE Dumber of shown up two days wiiioul what to convey by of knowledge fcl It has ing us difiuii THE year of our Lord Eighteen Hun dred Ninetyeight bids fair to b3 one great National Let every ene get ready for ed warehouses of the count ry at tne end v hilir at cor responding date in 1896 th i amount in tbe bjcdd warehouses w s over fifty Tnis shows how thoroughly the importers had swept tl e worldtor goods which would be aff Bted by the new tariff aud espa ns the light importations and fmall c Jlectidns of cusloais duties duvitig the fiist month of the new OUR WALKING DEL Pat a wide awak Sngarland has a cuiiosityoi his Last spring he bought a janey boiler The animal is about si ven or eight months old and has never orne a calf but gives a qnait of Dice ric imilk Ol Vance one of oantys beat farmers bushels of fine wheat off cf sixtyfour a waatsa 200 cent dollar Kept an accurate account o THE who aJvUed a client not to RIVL a notice THE GAZETTE days a he pubi cation in this new r would be is treading on il inger ous ground have no objection to his polit tJgom tti foi hat is a rigiit all ha but his misrepresentation the Tatx re lating to our bus HPJS is such as ino re putable lawyti would attempt and we need onlyla lijtli further provocation to show this imvo UP m bisti ligh He has posedjfori yiais ns a censor of the public constantly prying about m other people s personal affairs his private redurd is so rank it s Wo theiqfuio advise this wbruiy to spend a more time in tho company of decent and in the bosjom of his family and Us it the toy n and ha l bein better situation to point ont tuefau ts of hisItlloW We have 110 to give in act aunt Ing for his conduct except a r qnetat indulgence in stil and o fre beer Fair WE cannot understand tvhy ue of these genuine and are biekiog so aloutj eavy Tfloy ought to bo fnl they hfkveanything to THE GAZETTE thinks it wise for ciy holder of wheat to hue aicoliar a imsh d when he can get it Not that not believe it Will reach a higher v i do point in tbe near future but because as ile at that price or jthereabonts is safe and nets tbe wheat grower a bane some A safe rule is lo lot what you have to eell go when a gocd piici can be The grrat danger hi is in the fact that should a downward ED1TOK1AL Bryan is so busy studying Span ish that he has not had tiiiio to explain tha adyance in the price ot With an increase of 100 per cent in the value of wheat in tbe past and a fall of 23 per iu tbe value of silver the ponllemen wi rj exploiting tbe wheat and silver theory year are for new Tliat little group of despairing states men who failed for Japun some weeks agp in scarcli of the facts with re ference to thedemonetization OT silver by that country have not jot fayored the people of tho Uuit3il Statos with thcTc sutof tlieir i 2 Tbe continual fall in the value of sil ver is causing great ilislicss among laboring peope of The dollar in which they are paid is now worth only about 40 cents anil they get only about half as many of them for a given amount of woi k ns do wcrkingmcn iii ttC t i 5 mebti of he shows the prairie are tic most prosptroue spot upon the face of the make absurdity of the effort whirb by the silver orators last year induce tlie peoplnof that fectu n to adapt cheap money a a basis of hu thcr raising the arid it amounts to a fractian loss thin thirtyive cents a Ol hag no kick co and he thinks the R Id standard a nighty good II t A well known Bryanite lired a Re publican to work for ast harvest and offered to give him a d llar a day or two bushels of pe said he didnt fare ucvor be a greater price then under a gold ttandar publican agreed to take the lue tbre wjneat would ban it was bh wheat to marketat 63 cents a In ten days thi market advanced uatil he had lost because is tenacious belief in the Biyau silver and wheat tLeoryand at the present market his loss is nearly The o day the Republican called for a sett ement and tha Bryanite offered to pay him Ha wouldnt h ivo it that w and demanded two bushels of wheat for each That was the c ntract and the Bryanite finally gave in taking tho crain from his family res Hepublican had bottled up and got nearly two dollars thcUryanite paid dearly f The last seen of Cap Lorn headed for his farm in Reev With a caddy of tobaqci anil a vveai ing a eveiy one ainost CP iu whiih 8 2 i The freetrade theorists are hunt ing up juit now tteir assertions made the McKinley law was that ro amount of protection wotilJ able Uuitcsd States to make ils own tinpi Not only is the bulk of our tinphtc now being manufactured at home as a of that protection thus but our manufacturers of that article arc actually invading foreign mai in tha knowledge tint he aifrnqd ever every ng winter everipgjruminating over tie fbiogs of tre past as ho enjoys the ou lusion ot happy tfic offlcu with the good wil one and he will spend tbe 1 FREEDOM IN McKinley Said to Ha OF the Cuban Junta 11 be taken millions of wonl thrown on the market and the might be unable to check the stamj What the boars want is togoUJie v out at the ifrowera hands more eflectajpyt control tho prices tbe note the and not become panic1 stricket any little cbangfll It may be but tem iu and fhw little reasonto exp ba uls mat can ddy I 5 i silver have thrown up their A year ago they loudly that rething but free coinage of silver could bring prosperi Meantime silver has not only been wjec ed but has fallen nearly onefourth yet today these same organs ttblishing columnafter column oge upon page of news showing erity In line of mam factnre ard general Grocery stores are good indications pf tnde among the working The Wholesale published in Cbici has made a canvass of grocery jobbt rs in 27 and 70 per tQtal nnnjbr report marked in va ore and prcsi of Ihi dclin e improvement in their line of With a Hromlso That the Ad nlistratlon Is Now Busy In the Mi OP tc A special from New Jork o the Louis Republic Thursday si s It was stated today at the beadquaiters of the Cuba Junta in this city that McKinley has written a lett r to Etian Allen of the Cuban L ad him that it would be waste of energy for the league lo e mtii ue ils agitation for Cuba a nd adding that this question might be eafeiy left to The president iuti ac cording to the game authorit that the administration would take advanced ground with respect to Cu a shortly after the an ival of General Woodford at tho Spanish to ie i y about O itobor 15 This Etaloment is cjnfirmei by mem beru cf the Cuban bi of tlTe loiter from Presidont is not busin ID the East 05 per re port Slats good times In the Southern 04 per la the Western State i 70 per and in the Central State 195 per 5 On yeigbtetn million woith of oi elgn goods remained in the bond AVERS PILLS Bavlncbeen for j to wltliiiut being iblo to Ayers A mat tiiAk A llitVQ 6rlV6lS E ntllrora their or orer earn phst I have takei one of 28 East Jlaln Carllali CONSTIPAffl REASONS FOR USING Walter Baker Gds Breakfast Because ft is absolutely Because it is not by the socalled Dutch Process In which chemicals are Because beans of the finest are used Because it is made by a method preserves unimpaired the exquisite natural flavorand Because it is the most costing Jess than one cent a Be sure that yon get the genuine article made by WALTER BAKER Established res and he for Ho the qost of talk a imit that they have not seen the The therefore la reasonable that the presi fearing that tha aggressive agita tion of the Cuban League might em barrass the wrote con fidentially to Colonel urging him to call off the 4ogs and give the state department a At the work of the league has ceased and the members have abundant confidence that something drop before This is shared who seem The Re wheat and hcdjhustled f Cuban lance the anarchy th The confidence or and his ex ng he was township under that ma ie is Inppy e Called officers of the Cubin unusually hopeful of the outcome of the One of these a mau little given to said today The will occupy th city of Christmas Th beginning of the end has come and th end will arrive the Irat in tn and attha most in six months It will bj nearel two months thoug than six montE 1 The assaiinaUpn ot Caaovos wa tbo beginning did rot counte killed butV liiey can not help lu rejjice that the Italian did his will find no other rnastt who will bold him guilUess for th atrocious acts by Oanova del The end of Canbvas ba The eml 6f Weyler will soo But the deathjof Carovaa was a unexpected It it helped yen well and but aside from wliy do yon Ipok for such speed end of hostilities We from Washing ton that is our an the blow inlour willbestruc When that is struck Spai retire In about iw mouths you shouild go toKy West i you would see the joutry oT the Cuba trcops inte From theru yo1 take passage 06 the Olivett3 to th capital in time to a u our troops cute ibe HEDESIES JameS Fiddler Sayi Garden Truol From a Named Stea Man t the text McKinley do Bow A man named Miley who has a smal garden onZ ick JonosVfarm nortlras of the city eaniu to town and swore on an affidavit Wednesday afternoon charging James Fidler with robbing his girden Marshal Bohnertarrest ed Fiddler but be was released in i short time on GAZETTE office Wednesday night iatrd said that the charge against himwas utterly untrue and that when the proper timecame he would prove his He said he and his wife were ont driving and noticed a deserted house along the He got out and went back of thq house td the a short time came along and found Mileytoldhiin that the garden was his and asked Fiddler if be was going to take Fiddler told him he not if tile truck belonged to i Fiddler then got tuto his buegy and drove to Killey followed and swore out the charging him with Fiddldr ays ha dl 1 not take a thing from the garJon emphatically de nies that he filled h den He la young a trustxd employe of the shop A large Dumber s buggy gar a hard working and bears good of friends of ex Auditor H Toraey gathered at his resldsnej near Sunday and helped him fiiftleth anniversary to the of his A yery pleasant T as had a deii cibas dinner was so TASTELESS HILL TONIC IS JUST AS PRICE three Bross already In all o nenenco of U in tho drug twatoesi revor suM an anlclo that gave nch BnlT as your trul ra truly Aiuofr CUIR Do Not Wait For an take you SOUTH but try the low rate excursion the Mobile Ohio the great Southern Short will on Au gust 7th and v October 5th and i9th to points in MIS SISSIPPI and One Fare i Plus Ample time and stopovers allowed in either direction South of the Ohio A HomeSeekers Guide and all information regard ing also apply to GEORGE U HARttIS General 215 Fourth RAIL ROAD TlfiE i p m dally am dally D Hi ez BtTQ 6 10 D m local frt a mdally m ayer p m diUy pa For detail luformatlbn loe on conuc otc R icket Agent B sgardlog parlb Donahue TT BOBTH BOCJTD eonin pm pm o ejUkra Al RAILROAD Going North from VincennM LT Vlncennes Terre 08 Ar Terre Haute Going South TIME Vlacennefl to ol tr JBDwe I BTMllTlle o7In6m Haute Lv 1M a n   

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