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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1899, Washington, Indiana                                pWf i HI d 1599 I A FEE a 3 con prrached char h jnbjecU Inner KlihirJnehlsdl he siid T k Chrta In ibmihtj Tew of Old h m I in the mn i of childhood after manj yiars to the One dtfesnot i it tbe miid 1 notes that leymay tevive theoldtnne Neither does m 9 toe ma frml he subcon It is in theml d and teems back menttl life ajchjrit an I moold Idbylhfl character of Divine In t thd PP sicil life is deed r ut II e pr with Tne ie tHnit in the tilddtn life is that lOnc be dam 10 thinii that are unrbrle fiijlliicej t This biding away may not jibe a hiding away of t bo b shut in a but he is shut away from Innfer life if away nf the ii ptrlt fpim the God does sot ntbnd for angel on ear The life most devot theooe least like cOQoliiouot tbe wpftn Ipl Jbrisllan work It when It Is Creeds may se churches but the life thtt Is Ilildden Id Chrlrtls perm menu It is itte happy it IB the peaceful is the life of absolueret There is 3 which gets into at oar at bible may Miy la Bte one time that make fls I aoqnlred by I rsoe perfected by Pray jisrkfter good deeds following ii ne perfect Then comes when It Is ilihines like a revealed and it Ellis f died at She a of Wubiagton only Bere from Illf auunt ayesr Tbwre malns wrfa noon to Pana vjWheie will be con Myers ifirmnily of this r ported o have dl d at his lf jliiomeiitj West He moved jlirom t hli county to Mississippi four angpj Poor titorge and f Henry Mjere and Uickerson of iinortherfi Daviess jand Marion Wayne jo fnryivo Whom Bate Flattery tl to Call il Officersare in pursuit of Mcrl who Hies pear Maysville and never t lat lays his bands npon ai save In tbe way of kind isfa wretch whom twere base call a Be ttrsck knocked Young who dfcpntl with bis jpJBttB tHeruffiin warrant Is Hit Is hoped that be raajy be canghband in example made of doubtless one of that peculiar jolass of people who believe that woman a dog and awalnut more yon beat em the better they The worst punishment thjjt could be faltbe would be that during the balance of his lite be find woman to love ADVERTISED LE PTERS flatten nqulniok la tbe Wuhmc port office forthe weak ending June 9 BacttDlIlnnlB laSaprylTora JlamiQld iSboWiOpra rlteUle I Olementj Harry fij Cosby Clark Charlie GOrbln Bruce Berry HiwklruO R Liwi Johns IJeht enrood Frank Lorenzo Frmnlt 3KKetatr4 B nianonJJ BlDketUJobo W tijopJohn0 t caltinsrfor UisaboWJ please say advcr f i tf ons Natal Big celebra i lUbnaritlai repait at noon fol lee cream and In the ball atnightthere teleflaut ri music Come iind celebrate with 111 good orth ii l Tbe County Audi Issue a thcSMerlff Road Emotion Oft if If They era t Httfl M ill of Tne Board of day afternoon took meat eltcion matterj left off at lst they received tbe r0 spectors of jit A motion waa filed or the petitioners tilff on tbe ground tt tic n was not given i Tbe matter of the mq we s continued for jndjrni 1 yetter iimproTe Where It rtipg when in rattoineys letbe elec Bo of elec 6d7by aside uotU next rezular The claims tiied forirp liiiei incurred In maklnz survey and tbe cost of publication of also for elcctloa supplies JllblMtioii ex were Beard as claims payable out ofjjl Tbe Board the event these claims are not pfld in fifteen days that issue a fee bill rtlrectlng attbr ahall to collect tbe same off Exceptions to the were filed this morning by mttol 71 for pe titioners on the ground ii it an order ii ii i The attorneys for tie p ionera are Allen at torney for the The Boar4 The matter stands at present i incident as the dip no means ts Is Bi laa Cath William K E erlni At 8 oclock Tuesday at the residence of Father William to Miss Catherine jif this The wedding was and Infor mal one and there was up Sne present except relatives and a sew among them being express agent at the The at tendanls were Tever bauah and Mamie a slater of tbe Xh attired in a pretty white attendants anil bine latter bride was the gpwns of the came msteri Tne bride Is the lovely KBd Frank She bas reputation of being oj and nicest girls in time she bas beldthe ant bookkeeper In thit son Mercantile Com maintained the full cj The groom Is an business man employi specter for the Cj The bride was tbe t of of East joyed tbe B i prettiest For some idsilfon oj assist he Wll snylWheVe she of her young lasiliumber in itof many very pretty and usefulp given with a yiew of h StUng np an for Intend going to hooie ned i eeping oh Bar DOTS AND aiJohnson of It is reported that is at tempted to two little daughters of Wll been arrested and iTbe little gli and Pob Johnton Is at high p la Poiladelpbia the to wfaf 1 Wonder wl had iiBgheld in ten fit Tnvi innit be the style in Washington be arrested as soon if n AtBeymoar tbe being fined for not blinds according to th Edwa brated the fortieth anij marriage at their ho street and Bedford Several frle and the eysnlDs Jiuslo Wllllanjj charged from the itthehomeofbUftt will start Ie ought to i vi s are their Tenth rdaiai Qlcndalc Wheat harvest ls boom Tbe wheat tin thlej It U thought by wli not a half Corn li in a I owiugto so much it conld not be We were sorry that roads waa beaten la We expected roads to travel oyer are Trustee Alfred 1 young mule one day ronnlne Into a mowing oaitlnn nl its feet Meads Will church July a Subject Tcubabbatn ileida wlhtjes difference between the Every body lovltDd to eom sTfices w at Union Sunday June Every body IDvit d coi will preach at July at j Tbe box supper at Glon day night was a John Graham residence on bis farm of The boys are the fish law to explrefBe more week Crawford of Is bntld JUD6E of the Out Jrom WedoesUavs The prateot ciurt will no sandallonal and dramatic fo distingulabed the last weeks the conrt room waa c account ol tbe Siplo There will be no gib tertu and the pecit jury cilltd unt 1 It Is the opinion of maty policeman Bark tried and battery on Otis Pritcho got off Neijt the officer will notjl with his Padgett defpi chrtjrd with and Huff will do 1 Thomas charged alt rneyB were sppdl Quite a number of cas8 were dismissed Since the foljo have been passed upon Martha Hoover vs Bbhi dl Dismissed by pialj RachacI Tate vs Sydir Gua Neighbors vs Geb Mary Little vs Continued oq Southern Loan and Sa vt Jobn et alj i Mand Turner vs John Union Trust apolis va dneannah Fraternal Building ant vs Henderson HJ Walter Palmer vs Ji al Judgment for p John Arthur VB Anna Judgment for James Fanning vs attachment City of violation of cltyl delivering beer wlthoi license ilotlon to qnasi and judgment against oj y Maria Jeffen vs WalA Dimlased plaintiff and Judgment biff for From Tnnradaya Mamie Hyatt was granted from her husband She la alto given tbe custody a ftoir child Tho plaintiff most pay the 3 John was rol r id of the knot that made he and t Trot ter husband and 3 J i must pay i jj Anna Glasor was decree of dlvoro9 from Charles Tided ahe pay Uie Glatser Immediately paid the costs Roy the eightyearold boy wtio wai arrwted fpr waa released fon bta gtcl Jndie Bonehton reprimj ded Stveral other divorce CjlfiM were set i ta very Be that It icondltloo brr that gravel sbington itve come i but we a tine gek by It bine and cture al at IB Lords bow tbe ro daye atd bear be htild at 8 rinceton church e Satur g a fine oile south awaiting itient one Olffa anal ting It A LIST OF COUNTY end Namra of They WWBei The list of Indiana tbe counties In which they will be held and secre taries bis been completed and Is at j July 2JS to28 North Vernon f ilr Jen nings Fred Namr Middlo own Henry Wlte haru i August 1 to 5 Osgjood Blpley WlllCLeilUjLtKransportDriv incr Can coontyi Thompson Haierstpwn Wayne Auanst 0 to 18 Falrmount Wllber Lacu New Castle Henry Augnlt 14 t3 10 Rockport Span orr Partridge Munclo fair Uelawara Claypool Maai son Jefferson John nelly Bainbrldge Putnam Allison Grant connty August 21 to 26 Oakland City Gitoon Harris New Al Floyd George Strack El wood Madison De Uorlty Remington Jasper Jasper Guy LawrencebDrg Dear born Nowllo Columbus Bartholomew Booile Jehn Busby Winchester Randolph Eennow Greenleld Hancock connty John AngnstW to September 2 Franklin Johnson Tonng Corydon Harrison Tnell Ohrifney Spencer Sheridan Hamilton Cowgillj Boswell Benton MdKnlgbt Bridge ton Parke George Kerr RosbTiUe September 4 to 9 Cajuga Ver have the miilloo Grondyke Shelby urea that yine fllr ghelby Amsden wded Gibson Vet Strain Mar jury countyi Bradford Lafayette Uppecinoa Black shAk Blley September 11 to Crown Point Lake Bibber Hunlington Dubols Rothert Crawsfordgville Mont gomery Hnlet Rlch mocd Wayne connty Joe Steven son Bedford Lvtrrence September 18 vo 23 Indiana State Kennedy New Carlisle Joeph September 35 lo 30 Popular Grove Howard Wood Rochester Fulton Marcer Portland Jay Hafdy Flora Carroll Gllliam Warrlck county Richardson Kendalrvillo Noble Alexander Laporte Laporte Vern Dor October 2 to 7 Bourbon Mar shall Edison October 2 to 7 October 9 to 14 Vlncennes John Burke Beremen Marshall Kltch Angola Stenben Orville Goodale Terre Haute Vlgo county I not be r t private r assault a nowB it is handy Lilly slas for by tbe Sequential others ng cases Hoovnr Bair Snider for otlon of Imtitnta irner di f al fore et lff for et al J Tratnor Joseph brdinance aking out sustained for colts otion of plain a divorce SUES TBE John ONeill Deminda 1726 hor Service In Collecting Ommitted Tixea Oraliam From Tbnndaye la IbeClrcult Court fday ONfall brought suit for 8725 from tbe Board of County and Martin j ONeall claimi tbat the amount1s due him on thi contract Martin Ffeener bad for listing ommitted This la one hitlf ot top monuy recovered from the Richard estate Tbe contract was turned over by FJeener to The Board refused allow the claim because Judge Hefron beld that contract tbe County bad with Fleenor was Later onji the Sapreme Court reversed the decision and on these grounds ONeslI brlnps the j Pleasant 4 Harvefting of wheat and clover Is In George Walker and wife Pounm tbe lecture here Satar Joe tbe normal student will take racatlpn working for BOM Biota in the U be can get ilm pan Cora looki ier Colonel f Campbell acquainted itWitli sons wbosilnanj are glad r j hen pronperou i fc me Jobn another hai 20 Tnorowi editor or were some Bf It the Cutnbi JLU teresting 1 ho Wh teresting con of Wallace was attain TisitlBg Clark ofBeeve in oup vicinity Bpi is of Alfordsrllle was here to j his best Charlie jjihosi and Miss Con Frank lin of WashiDglc out to fee some of her old at this ellji were glad to see rail bas a bran new jAZETTE a letter from fe would eay we are pe moit of those per are mentioned and of them being in a We wish them vad his tattle to day last Be jje made by tbe r last Tnere tant Hill items in r gave ns a very in st Saturday night on i Other Fishes of the preached a very fn nere last Sunday hoga to George ton on buittfess Marionj relatives near Saturday and John R was the jgufit Edwin Some oJ plant their Miss dfri ded face and on jh to be Nolan Barber ii new flyin sti James pic cut for bfs Bell bouse coiaplg There Is ni this nolghto medicinal pei There Gilead July to Every bily Niclc V der this an i visited Georg J I this locality k a fine drove of it rent to Waihlng Dayton visited Pike county rd of Washington her mother jrs ard having to r who was seal face and on her inn was not thought It ba gono into Son of Joseph pick 3 a has purchased a loom which cost i Is having shingles Soon bave their new of being sick in Bforthere arj three t go through uvery fa feitival at the and 14 of ill for the fercnastd a new bin jllllaai Haltingly rshon lo n bualnessitrlp to MOD ton Wednes Fithei Cnr j Mat M Mrs J turned roof where ti y IJa Mies P larHPi Is visiting an day at Sty anjl Mr Sunday a t D with trie Purls Jjobc sn the gootee MoWhirt MisEla BobJPl the result of tbesbort in It Is re by the fint of July 1 T i it j the worl track wl track la claimed 1 L our little IOWJB Two oyei Ian i the town Father JDoaa here Tue Hrs spsnt 8a idi BlgbanT kei wai at Washing lit was here was here and children re ineibnrg en visiting of Trinity Frank i Reffltt spent Sun Price rial Hipshnr spent spent Snnday B at Loogootee Sat Loonard attended given at Loc nlght by I on the sick a very wo ijf In contact with loft ting railroad It the much as it Is f the appearance 61 bo greatly tjes will be made in of Igham and children sTille win sMrsSarahAlfordJ out Jobn Fanning attended to ti and ton of are visiting hrr dai Miss Ella Snannaban la riends at and Gus Levy of are visiting Abe and By tbe hitter part of tbe wet heat will all be cat ibis lei Much of It hardly wbrih cutl Our Kxport With the end of the fiscal year i band the vilstlcisra Wash bucv in the riJe o tbe first aonthi of tbe ihire has been derrpve of tbis year in our Tnis standing would atolhatonr raunted cached IM maximum and bee 4 to ag But truih is tho rhe ecreaw was due to spsclfic The or or our breadstuffs Is oyer and if this iranch of foreign trade Is normal TKat great expoi mand lor American gram meaal pbat mlll BB of potr people would be content hlch the humbleft American man would mane American farmer would vil1 demanl or his surplus j ermanently on thai money is not needei to insure j cultural prcwporily in this million decline ipormgits no idea of the acts In Expir lave quite as much manufacturing a ricultural The ajtuall decline in tbe total of onr exports aches the great sum of It follows that thorea in increue In the exports of maajjfao nres to ther in the Una of ikllled industries have increased as the yesr at tha rate o a This is the supreme of he whole The gain The Washington coi respondelfce yejterday garo the total exports first eleven months of this year pired with the tec correspondingpe riods 1m mod j preceding ThOic figures show that foreign trade is a criterion of la when every worklngman rea ly wanted work bad nr tbe eleven monthtwere They kept shrinking untj In wera only Mn 18ff7gthey ent above the 1892 year the billiobdoilar point for the firsttime In ory o tbe Tbe rapid strides that our are making may well excite appi6ner aion In England and on the continent oK We are graiping marko for oar goods where formerly tnj rksts were least Aa we felt Irozu and itsel in so selL all sorts of wares in there a few years the people more thought of using American than we bave today of bayingwt slens in tbe The conoltti on from whateyer Mint the latest export figured the United States are of a nature p unalloyed and full ance of still more abounding In the Pteldent Gllman of John 1 verslty IB said to bo a member and commisiions than Tho mother of Auditor of s Frank Smith of HofronN gave a hammock party Tuesdays ng in honor of bar MlM Tbe affair was entirisl Morgan of iii chased Tom Smalli Interest I OBrien 4 Small IJvery buslnei firm name will be OBrien Hi Geerge Lutei Kendalli bllliara hail ind   

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