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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1900, Washington, Indiana                                W Hold Thit Penon of Sign Mqoof Tbo Board of County CommlsHloners todfty refcsjd a llqaurlicltngeto Nathan ol Platnvlllo A jromonstranca the granting of ihu llconsu was innH nftliariamiH Algnid by one man jwho tiiiil tho power of an given him by thow wh names wnro John altjiniiy for the applicant Iisht3fl tliht soslRnkl wiis clearly who opjumreil fur ijlnit Aftir hearing mjlih diciiHvon of pJinlK on tha subj cl iljub iliu JJOUll EerOlthlJftO rcthstdIn fffi Iho ijluuibliJii uli Iiiipfliunl ill that ic mnjodiy to cm Iiavo Hiiuo oiiu mail tbu iif an iiitnriiiyi ran thu miuiin whenever an HeoiiBO maun laid ttimeby ttviildilio trouble ol going over tlii entlfii township with North East Be a R Tliacl Street na Weed 0 r t FoMho tttetg oimpmiint HereiOther Doings oliho City N itniila Mifiilnr mcetlnir ol Oily Coiji o 1 Instiil ationt in houi rj lust l l B Wi ll Wo j reMODHtrunco fcotilug lgVnrs every time sonio one uiakBS application fora v may that Dyer will appeal to tbu Circuit Court Principal of Public Insults Rupll and The authoiltles scoirinu the country In search of ubtll Wedoesday r principal of the publle The term and the afternoon was spent in merry and during the Parks was presented with several tokens of friend Among tho pupils was Grace seventeen years and one Of tho prettiest girls in southern Indi She Is held In hitfh It IB alleged that Professor Parks her to remain after thsiother teachira and scholars htid ROMV and that he offered a The girl hurried to toer home two miles uWay nnd complained to her started sit once for ficllera but Parks avoided a7 conflict by leaving his Boarding Later a i warrtfnt was Issued Parks and the affair galaed a ot 100 determined citizens The made blB His hosuo is atBcqtts where he has u wife and four This is said to Prof Parks Urn t Thursday the mob spirit baa bat If Parks IB ar rested ho will be ufkln to vllle f r WANTS A Taylor Says Thnt Her William Tayior Tftated Her Tnroueh Allen A Bill halmiTj Iva Ttiylgr has surd William for divoreo and She alleges creelty find adultery of which ho boasted to In many ways la accused ol sbamefilly mis treating They March 3807 undtln defendant abandoned the plaintiff and has since refused to provide for hsr or live with NEWJPENS1ON Btnitci Furbinki ind In It of to All Sanator Fairbanks and Beyer id RO have In their binds a bill approved by a committee of twafroine very Grand Army past in Indianapolis wjiich msets with the of a Itrgo of j and citizens throughout the country Too Indian apolis arti looking forward eagerly to of the bill in con It makes important changes in tte pension It provides that all honorably discharged volunteer and Eallors of the civil war that are col drawingpensions and whose income is less than a shall be placed on the pension rolls ait II a Likewise ail widows of civil war soldlirs and Btilors that are less thin 112 a month are to bo placed on the rolls at of the Spanish and Phil ippine war whp were disabled in service an to be allowed from mini mum to 117 4 all Inmatei of national military amonth Teterans recelvinf more than 1 a shall not except when they become inmates of the national and all on special examiners and pension agencies shall IM Then U a growing feel lux that red sorronndlog tke jpaEtiBK of pendoM should be and allowed c I UMH A u i ii i i n in Hi uiy p Btl j 1 t sji U in It at lit bSI 00 n of 201 oil 15 I W T 00 4 no J C5 10 00 8 50 CO A 14 Do y I LVfili tdtuvn cyliO ilulu iuJcni fulling Co uuidrlb Miller Smolo Pfotejtur Cdm protectors toe smoke flfASniNOTON publishing legal notices and CLAIMS REJECTED Davis driveway in the raar of Wilsons 1G 00 Mrs Ella Cochranj Wai given prr mlMioi to erect A frame stabltt 14x28 OB tho i alley Between West First and Second streets and South and film JohnMii and R Pamer were refund permission id put up a one story frame i buijding last of tbe Loohrldf e livery stable on Main In mtarkltd to conduct a pictjure Iho petition ok Joseph Gordon to erect a frame building with imitation brjck rjrof metal the oafthalf o lot No 75 in tfiiit pirt of llso cfly formtrlj ca led rcoued tj tho fire Tbe comnjiitcjj tu which whs roerred the matter1 tf improving HJorth Thltd ejrl tbat lit was ad visfthlo to IitipioVf tb6 street with vit rltied brick mjltter was laid over an adjouriicd jjiceting fci be held Thursday nighty hop adeclaraory olntion may bo pasjioil Orlfrlng tho street improved if at that time it Is eeeriHhat twothirdi ot tbi proprty owners want street such wild be If not It muy be dropped as it U rather niky id do work ot its kind since sLverpl Cluult Court Judge hayo held tbat tha Barrett dw it uiv Treasurer Uodcrdowns peporr for Febrjua y a bilante of on iiind Mitrch I IgOO Chief of Tire Dipartrnoijt loflgaBs rspptted allappirains in good XJblef of Pollca Csjl raportod twcnty oiubt arreati during February Prpsecuigr C Bleats ap eared before Council in behalf of tho local G He stated tint an effort be made to get 1901 stats M for Washington i asked Cennoil for sorqs word of eooouragament tbat when the time come for asking for that local A icould soy tbat Washington wasted It On motion of Dmmt the wai to a com mittee of Mayor Wilson appoint ed Daau Summers and Guy Attorney Hastings a committub draw up suitable lutlons thatithc eitzeBS and City Council encouragementto tbe proposed fenoimpmout Thiscom willrepoft tbeaest meeting of f Kelle ioyed that the Cbltf of Follfle tecp Jits eagle rye skinned for bad alley nHd tbat he at onca order Bioperiypwbera to clean them up Carried N Afenr soicel other unimFortant busi ness was att to meet Republican Will jHare a i 1 Time Here A rll Biff o B Chilrnun Frank GfiftithB JEvopy fit publlpinilnvlted to tho 1 i A 1 biiHmcbartfei tin HI lliitn i I hurt uf j la douiif lotti i Iliutkii it fliU d lit w11 iu factilhc dlrlil v ill liiiaJ oJ ttio jiihti iy of Davlcss ijniiiij a uijtvUt tiku moat mi will rnvltitiliiiii Irnvji I i oil only dutsjdu n U M c it Kvury ltepuWicii ii iljiijCOiriiiy hii c i iinituil toVi iirisontiisiu pit in all jnojitliiKK of tboidiiy mi llio big bfniqiuit are u w cu fdjip iit eveiiy iiostoflico in county and at Horrull Brbihcr Gocet your tickets iiny tlniJB Rumembdr thai no pepulbilcan is Ail ore Invited to purchase If the Peoples theater wllllnot accommodate all the other halts j There wiilj bo ample accommodation for The of closes March Intbo of j April eyery pretlnct chaiirman InMUavisBS connty nad ten assistants will moot be addressed by State Chairman Charles SHOE th dey to Council adjourned on Thursday T Fouri Bay Kilted Blby Broth Chilrfftn Playing Wild I The family of M wbo lives two and a half miletsouthof Is grief strjcketi over the tragic death of their A neighbor had borrowed a target rifle of When the inn was returned it was put under thonfht not find bed where children it would Teaterday little i Earl foor the and pUyinf with It by who be aparty organiza tion and Hernlj will many good things t6 pjans for fbei cam paign will be Jully s In tbe will a pubio meetidg at Opera house whjch wiil bijadrircssod by Prank Hanlyi one oil Indianasimost distinguishedsons and John a speakicrof raij il qiibnco and one of the KejinbM cad candidates for will Qthejprominent state Kopubli curis will It vflllbe a How of oratory tliatjptrhaps i jfill outdo auy oyier in At night jtho B0rvtd at tbjj jijho nitipii will bconeof the best evorsoiived hrtt Toasts will boi responded by prptninent iStatb SiFho subjects has not yet jaoen but wil some tluo ncit wock when they will D0 found Auiong thclwill knoirrn RtJpublloaua wtto buve BO far accepted inyitatiotia to ho present are State Marshal Sam Hiin J Han U Bon P Biy and AcetptaDcesrare beSnpt every J 1 Every tho county Who oah pofsibiy should Ifwifi dojougood to imeet personpHy big your You will baye a good itime and nt the same moment cot the ball to rolling that certain victory for Davjess oniintv next Jfall and many hundred lyotes fur the Talk It eyerybody yoli see about L i r Griff Londermllk to town J j powtrd Carter closed a sueeessful term of sohooj at Keller March l Quite a large crowdattended the big ow at this pjace Saturday is leporced thit the ritigmaster willitjy 1 jerking1 some of the for disturb ng the elephant and other of during tbe entertaiitr Myers Willattend eri Normal college at liltchijll tr4s j VT and Osmon closed school an this placar X pij surprise dmheV givenby the istroni of thejdlstrict after dinner had n an interestine program rinderid jbyi the i pupils of both and tha day was enjoyed by Among the a of visitors Uncle George i Sefrlt of Mary Shoemaker of A Myers Of Ira Bowman of Itiss Tomey ot Miss Bessie Keller at and ninny T James Balei has been during tbe two T i The township convention will be held at this place March The patronsjof i district 8 fill a big dianer at tna oloie of i school j crowd to pkitake ptjtke bonntlful Afreetahlbli List ot At owincti By the i Boird at County Conml illentrl j i j Uoiird of tlinir tbi fol OFFICERS iiO v Jiiihvf I1 i fxiKNSKS jiilllllpllUVri If itlid i 4 wio v it A Cjity I I i M J ISlUO iMer oartJo 5 F Grinurn I f 0 do CityiWaterCo 0 J A Mc J A 28 POOR FAUM SOQO 20 60 James i 26 01 I i GO WalkieriHorns 180 W 3 fits 9 10 0 D WlUon L i i 17 SO Ibe gaifield f aimer i i 17 41 SworaBcos 1 1 M Sons f i 48 I OHPHANS i Mrs Nancy Johnson j 833 ifiq Walters 6 0 W Fifteen i SG Oity NVifor J iCOilMISSlONEUS GuoW K J i J A il fiiti The Depfourat pooui 28 8 CD 87 50 Bi 3D pp 0 U C 1 ilOO O Jpserih Q Aikujad Oaraahau 47 S 00 5 po Albion Eforrall i j 6 Jabo i fm Albion Horrall Eskridgo A ESpirks B 2 10 si tip 75 0 00 Oi lii Hi 50 3Q 00 24 Oi Ij Mining h 13 SB Eatiks cTruelove isey fugent iCORONEUS Ci E j 3 Lawyer r CiVVlWilleford Z A Bpnjbam 25 U 13 ID IS 76 455 1485 IS 00 1300 2499 85 n 10 Qi lu INQUESTSi 28 BO Co i 12 10 Mrs Monroe L i ii 7 00 J ti 00 3 00 i 3 08 A I 50 K i i ft AX ftOP jl 112 00 40 00 1 77 HI i SwUzarlande exports to the United SutssMihiefly colorsj and frtJioslartjWt w i amefl f MISciELLANEOUS C Jl 6e i e Mutual Mining They wero ruirrled las iplalntlff alleges IfadWtt for Henry Gumbertset al John MoMullen ot account OKtall Hoffmann for Anna Whjjtstoie Shopurcd for The case Is vefiuM froipi Knox Plain tiff olnltiMjtliat thu deffindent called her n tlwpnocnco of scvernl nuki sllordiw for i l nliil t rmunt to the 1 trt bum olilir J1 i i kl vv c t 0 i 1 MATT tin scti Ilarvdy of Wiisblngiou riis n M CMandlci as nt Owofisvlllo m badness lust CapT feturnod frcm Utwell ijendisy where ho had boon visiting I was called to Loo Tuepdsy to visit bis father whe Iai Myeri Of Loogootee was here thfl latter part of last week shaking hands with Tbe sobosl here will close next tte Turk Is tbe happy father of a kok miles stiltl been docl n o to hold it tbe n noo mauil In pi Hluniiit late li h hj Mi tho err in Ii iiiy III ly of yCuri lllll iV iiturday a pit UHiin r ALPORDSIILLE Farriers are busy eowlng oats The revival at Portorsyille has Chandler Is on the sick Geprjic Godwin went to Louisville Tuesday Willram Porter of Gendilo was bro A Cbaariler went to tee UayFisher K itlng relatives at from Luck Informln Wl oh March fi wlljh la grj it two woiks i a former v jlri 1m tcordor for th He was an friends ently na jformerly isS abpui twa m si Alford boon on the sick 1st f0y eoyeral McCord of Washington was idre PrMay on A little child of and Max uotB la quite The little son and Alien bas boon quite Htm Wont to Loogeoieo oa Euabetb KSllams Is improv IDC James Chandler who baa been seriously 111 is Ratting Porter vliited relatives In the countrV Gilley Is able to bo about after his recent Sheridan Jack man was at Loogoo bet Tuesday on Basil Clemehts of Cannelburg wos i6io Monday on Hsdrick of Ojoa Is risitlng here this Wilibilley it carrying a black eye ha result ot playing Tka roads are gtttlng solid again and considerable hauling is being Carrlco ofLoogootee was here his week in Interest of an oil Jamei McMahfcl went to Uubois coumy Monday on JTuckor Hedrtck returned Satur day from a bnslness trip to Washing on McCord returned to Washing oa Saturday after a fqwdays bore on i Mjrtla Jennings will go to Washjiagton where she will get Miss Cora Pry returned to Monday after a Visit here witb Strain 5was taken yery ill ot nervous prostration condnct The little babe of and Harrisan Cole la qalte seriously 111 with the Frank Ragsdale Mtnrned Saturday business trip fn Dahois James Cole ol Sooth Martin was Ames is seriously ill herihometwo mllfts west of tie Uttle ton of and la recoverlnir Thomaj Alford who lives of town JIM Aboat tt Jf i qutia bat f tuiq of his d ls In Dayib irlil atom n hi utir three iiB3 on the seriously Jtlio tiwnship licfti con MISO Saihriffty i a of ktt tt i iW I TUV f h ria fui gutnciiij at Mfs Iury ind the MOIJTMA received a this hint qf tho death of i from here filed at Lucky ifai was buried itnjis was taken and pneumonia his ell ifeipwn citizen of having served t ffenbty for eight nt citizen and to Sarah Of moved from to Iowa tterljiays that every and that he Jpvlig fnouda at lie had pwford and Solid for i iostn wns In tho foi after his ong pis a fnistlorajid workoip nomination the pi vltb Hepl uow cbairn cotgpjy Con triil C its cbhirman wol esults entlsfactor of foi iheri himself eountloiare or premo of Washinc illy last weeli Hlonal fontosi ijo of tna beat district and way he will I his fie Weo land was anct labors word iivan is B vicss HI M t of Ef up tr log to keep up Democrat c ijfeiiir there and ought to be gratitude In of DaWsa jSji mnty to re hlm BloomOjeldft idoll Phillip the keynote infejdern mfluoricea Mien be sald i books the is all1 of oar Dlood is eol etnalre the nut wiic makes tde example ln d y Let and care or the is p B jp fire fjoen sued by m Myrtle She alleges1 vo treatment uluro to support j 10 wanM tho to order IriendtoJtnyhpr a Padgett Padgett foe es bavc been new 1 byytbo I isijSBre a 85 silver Icate an jikers of ot yet fp Ttidim I i cnrrdncy have 1 I presinco of gas KOO foti I the arosvth ef plan ihey can rive ih a gaseous al j Republicans ot blty made start by dominafiii strong uncilman tryiiWij its best to Hardy out iffe Re but the Colonel is I too i be frightened by le braylna ot are jryinaiodo nothing of the THE GAZEMR pr nia ths dlflss ol s a a sgracefnT sdeiei THE wUl printthe lactsjhe same ivere a pRie Democrat i do Thats th an East old tome friends that he j saw Earnest Crowon at the companr soflrient   

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