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Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 1902, Washington, Indiana raiDiii J t bllig CeutQ ik On Trial at 1 71 Otiftra Dai U Wai On i 7r CASE Stuul Almitt IM rain and ToUHof Gambling i Mrsdays Tiejgatibhng pass of State ex Addie Djlujrd is on trial fn Kndjr sire tut court lat and r ibal ly last juntil iwt is to recpret tp i b ten lost by Davis while gaii over Iillt rds sajoon ion East Mi iSE T i 1 sjiif for The near W i siderablj Tsfepl the Jefe or1 iownjmt The at selected to try the eifee ip conijxH ed i the J irnUr marii J ihn Weslfa Joseph I Imc 5eorge Frank Wi ems ike I 6nr Ellejhn JTames Toe i ttorneys for Davis are Jud e 0 K ijaa genatorEphmiii Hou Judge a Hon J T for D Hare J Padgett and the firii o areHor Gullqp BouSe etntetheet for the jilaintifl and w fol lowed b Sbdti to Calviji great hu has aske OB toherahd Has rtliftt oi pdo dain Shi AlleiA gllllj neysV to fulfil iis jjtfmisa 6 e lmer Js attor r Wall Kaewiy locloCk tfe njarrmge d Scaw icd Icman rilatje the ooc ning Padgcjjt lor the de t after 3 ofejtfck the first f thje was Shogert a of Jndrana wit Mr i anil iMrs of thp d performedjt i Thegi a ihe same She elder tjai tttj aSfan thirty f Oscjal1 and sj four 3ti ey l the of t Tea ter a iiam Broivp nd Sii id ide Bert OUUgclu VI AUUVtUB W t 1 l nbed S of JMinnnl Honinr Addia DJdla d just across the street rom the People jcold of the jirrabge ment o j th 9 gambling di vices and appearance with At this on every da noon and sometimes all money m tt e crowd The favo iti game elegant attractive i gambling i ent s in the a tec night when the tould hold He de scribed t e name the tha fine table electric and yarioui Wit less narrated dil Cerent ganjes in which he saw plain iff and defendant engaged ind sawDavu k 36 from a bjundred orsd to orer a th us ind in one nij Defend nt always 1 furnished the drinks free 1 1 the gambling room v itn the turaal drink all you donjt be Witness s Wore he kftdf never lost at rM Fouud Hina iGuilty M Kdict ArriTe4 at This tlisnixn at Thre I Oflodt j 1 tiohsOthftrlSoirt11 ha jUry in agreed on a verdict i iafternoon ai thjaj il was guilty jiif Judge l chkrgtd the jury arill Og mada a motion for ap Unli the motion disposk iof riot be sentenced but the sentence tpi twentyone 1 Thejury topk a hnjlni of nqc opithf majority ffrr ion rind five for bil OttW vote stood ther it toloi I i jury has been qui effr Since emaitiedat toe court This faorningjii rcMurrJed purt roam ajid iljdugh ton repeated a oji tllfe iji truettonsi Who retirla ars J to Qonsiiier p crapah RichardC jnst lomit to exceed in his Davis was on the st ind ugh to describe one gime fetty Oak Jpnday attwoo I heme at J be Jhe reinauia will for boTali Waa a when court Icjr the It was about the teMt IdOOi at Davis that when he want op he to in his that he Ipst in a cauplf of eat h chip waf f the value Of domeHmes a stack of 40 chips 150 bet at One A ter they broke1 as the first J oafeped to give bnt was1 required to get money I wen t overto the bank nd got in deposited my ch ick for ar ied it overlto Dijlards in Mtf H illard was Baiting for fma down stai B it the back floor He tt ok thesilver and put it in tke Bale agree proceed h the gameFto the extern Isaid it there ind check it up n day i nj i saw f about an hi half SDi lard annpnnced I had alii and f emt back tjd the Sifigputof thu gambling room by Yaffle door a nd outside out bo vbabkyway to hird I got m pilfer this two aairs marked II 00 fend teft Dillard tfas waiting foi n 9 down sti ire m his sale on back do took thp I icney as befi re ffiad t sewn t It was abdut bait past two thb I 1 afterwards made gocid nth the I u This no nil g rwnained ptiestanaiioatof the time Me story of hi j id daught4fof and ef Trees I visited M Andrew payanaugh is busily eB tramafsrring hiS nursery stock to n Aw le of Wash Wedsesda iad retureefl i M V If nn nearer W who has daya Is beta im fei S Edward and Miss Ltila pell were uniieffiin marriage by at tn The City llasl n B to stop Mayor Dqjwfiejfji aqd Cleifc paying jio as city 6Jk and the closing tile SB leg the case inijmiig Judge Eoaghton that if qiHce by Couhcil iitt cil fficers it qonidnot ihdfe Bart was made immejjij t Ulwgby MrJ ONeailjs jlattOTneyS tto case pi t Hastings woufd ioi cqpsider j OTHEK BJJ J Mary Stoser et al Vit attrition Commissipr eif ordered iljiute monpy deriyec salp ji among the intetestec Commissioner j Hijnry W Hnflf vsArcii by court but entertaJ 1 1 Ct SrfSPiss fffl speaker promisesto be inor lnp ever this dhairtiaii Elliott has U tiatllthe to ahblll be MPhdiiy his egauonj dajs befjjre It has befi of bjoth jpartieg fojr their twcj before fcopieni tlpnj Tliejriicipal forithlj i4 tnati It delegates jth4 Uilnth faf whptmalce city the healaquarters tHeiir Half the candidates1ab rMlejsefn more Jon than onj any although one or pfj The isituatlijn iiiere now thaij no unless Is Mferrlll of this iwhd is riinnfngriorjattbrney will get it Bojld i Uelfegition from the 3bine of thj are almost a solid votefrom j Siiiveley of Richmond In ends tpf b4 this for I supreme vice chancellor of Of for whfch 6sition jwijs defeated a small riargtn at biennial meeting of th lupVojnie i Ipcige at Detroit year i Sfttcs that ICoinp Stefr edWith PopnlariFaVor iayajHe Frbm JproBer Oj arrived this TtiiM frpiai jand gave hif dicfcvpn Cempf ifmurder The thj t Eib Eempf came to ideaBi friamj istpl in the lead inflicted wit i a gun in the bands of his wife asd foiind that Mis apted m sjilf Sflcha verdict w as expected by al most ever abd wjll meet withl lopulnr i lilting S lim in Ij ben herethisj wecli eon crjetary of State Union B fitter vjso qregsirig to San Francisco whi he vn nvijl take SUlvele rill djtuiWlesjs igain hava tie bacWn if thb ijijiirtnai iositifintd kvould e if succpssion for suprofii iSenhtdrl FJenjont Gooawiie of amsportij whojwaa here toilay is 3n oylng aiimallSized boom for the iie loipiiiation for governor in Snelis boil a but Illinfe if shape them selves tils I Goodwine was gener regar led a one of the most con servativa and most influential mem tiers of the senate during thb last tWi his recordthere ha ciused his frequent mention as gubdi f State Ma lleli vS Josep J A j i fraudufe at n Fbs A KAJTE ait Hya Theres no soaking req lirsd if you us Austins Quick lunch Tapioci lyijn a not not mad Cai 6O To L a i lunt Confederate Veterans reun will sel H rfifl tickets to 01 and 20 at aboverates iron Indf Returning tickets wil Ev be good to leavd Dallasnot later thai April except by depositing tick Bt wlthijomt agent and paying SO cents limit VAll be extended to May f Pi 4 yille i s j4 W Louis CAPITAL lillanapqllH Corrrtipptiilent Hag An L fafll March ecar Jar f tttat has rs Elijah ipsp andpf r of 3f James P djr Peru jeforei the Joijit entitiyp cpn rentiob that renominatei Jijm at Ko aficattdl late again for speaker I of Created it L tew ago that StuteSmaii jlUaik the beo buzzlftgi will un ooubjte cjlSr be factor Ma Well aid srijal derl of his hte 0urt on jahe j to years itoprfsom jwas arjraljgned in the circuit fori stealing a wateh from jJ Hisj mothtr weeks anl a coijit convict Dilipn jiiejar Huntingbjrg will be Reid is s is When tp General Miles ahonld remerribe i i i i General Miles mask whensvei L J wng hat iie is nqt ie White y it ediiral Coi The repul qii 11 Dili SeSfetirr 1 tn nltfed gtat ilii t pi not as b fl i I Sayre because grei Blonal remaining in the Wai h j the week ending Marshall becaii lacy for friends easiest It March iemployed at th B Marcy wjnapiinip TactoMilinay lost t ie slgBt HE bothiejesjasl of tl e i during the Ipni jice Monda f jantz clJinbed bnfstbp ot a Gloer W b rake so hstj imlght baj pushefl last yesfr antounbement out of an m Uut a GENTLEMEN JM lititians jlttqn of to be aHeges iat th ehei a erjginie In SometBsiau railways ei ch ijt prcscrvo te frJDta Sarhich was fired the bul President which asaassju which heldthe re vpjyer as lie ihijiiSt It towardj tha pras anjd the 1 cartridges that were In thej all been turned over tpth s Buffalo Historical soclejy and will placed In the museum pi tie i i j Ancierjt Mine I March ejc cltement caused at Lawton orer the unearthingby miners in the Vrlcblta of an 85pound ni igged 83 pure It was fcund In EevUgj the scene of he anpient mlnea of the Span here many crucibles have beep nA I Goyifrriment Scores Washingtoni Beaii chargedaffaires at In orms Ihei state department in a cable Bated March 22 that goy announces an Important vie ory the who have jeen threatening the capita diirin mojithk I Xfitablo Qaj leisupreihe court in Ffaed Nprman appointed iheriff of Kings coun y to turn over ifflcje alnd i recordjB to Charles Gujdeu rjiip remoyedtpy the governor oil charges of malfeasance in house ilebtipns 2 has ided the contested Election lease of ilmmet Tbmpklns illstrlci In coq rt Sale Jlarch J itflgiired protninentljy agojjat iPrincetbi th whonl bs in o Mrs Kempf v i Padgett has all tl would bp base p Mr I j morcing and 3j the caso it uoiild else1 brought tio t cerpld i SI PliOSJtCLTFD iprobibly be i murder as Prosecutsr time said action j the decision of the cpn this if ho prOHecatecl beiiiu e tl i cnroAi ail 4 i tt fir hi was tun J i M tnirtf isfhr jj ii vfllf Shi Scsis nine Uil Ipariin iTKe tjnlti iflro nations atoriiv ilortljTDi y tout now i t wjioiho madu niijes planiir IITJ v Mr5 Kcmjn his been arrest inro She r this aftorn6 shehas i i condition untlpr placed in jiil Her B Townsfey of Terrp Haute liiwr A car f seree Pi ImprfJvcJJanili Yrii tit i tliat a firi nor iv KuarlUmip bo V tarn ml fnyntik JtihM in ts Htiou lit that cutiii irt rki the col ihf I us I4t i HI Liicn Ijilt HOIirl Iluidillnn fifl i iov inimtfi luo It m tfiieUofcJ m iritjinu cjifclis that dere on bnBine Vickers ol Burns Citj as here Tuesday 3 attested the fuoefa of james Qmllen at Gfosport Fridiyi Quillm wasa ormef proprietor fe the Grand Hotej at and Ljilenj lir MJU thia place and Jhed at Indianapolis A number of our peupla attended th sale Garten thie miles south of tawn Frank sAirford waj largely at ende4 Warch A number of can th county offipe j iltib Fitzgerac werij here Sat political in were present Robert ind John urday looking after t ereStSf Work has commenced on the propos ed sy Jem of rock roads Th grading will be psshed rapidly as poss pie before the hot weather commences and AleiOBeli entertained he members of the School ind flteir teachers Monday evening n honor of am Fridky Will beftlut1 last of th don Miss will tjeach a pn mary here thi pnugi i Srtrgeon aid datighte nd1 Bliss Nellie Fisher returned to Franklin Tuesday a few days visi ith relatives return to Chi ago Medifcal Studies n the Illinois Jiefljeal College in a feyv i S j Emory Montgomery will enter tli rate University rjt Bloomugton nefct i i Grant Callahanland wife will go to next Saturday ti enter the tate 4 JohnsoB of St Jaul ehvereda temperance lecture at the church The commencement for graduates in le schools Held at the Church Friday j The drillers at the oil well were com slledw tlfeir work hgam Sat rday bn account of lanotl er Vein of prater wbiiijl they struck aftfr drillibgabpnt 40 i ieijve Satur He j 3old hi Edward Morsker i day his family lot Where they will property here Prarifl sphpol bile en fare having iheirifinal ejcammawon so much auspicious Methuens ibout lofe i i clfoto Twdlittfc dhlMnnof foil ni xif the ifcnal was n Mm One of theytif liuj eorpm was jil jdelend heHnrn Utenst i Kobcrt the winner of last veai i American tell arid broke his It g tajury jiolSbli re italt la b n destroyed to 5reffnt hinjfrom ti wjitd Idllnl I t v Jomplntc iri loublff r 111 m i UH Mi bt stomach ot mt ky v i mi fdfc f IDnie Serfti un t if of conipli nllonary med for the Ighty Mill be Hmr nBwspapjBaie cmnhalzing tl ehUij treatoilf see wele iiiconlpetciu 10 Jiddi II deliver the 4 ai paiponij t pim terr at of a now fry wbllo going up and an unknovn iramp iprc 7Tr T r r a heaSipil collultin freight train i i Hie and Ajthtabulit a m A w ure Johji wife ai id their little dangbte vero at Cbli igo mf nujrtlwaid suicl li are oday by Major cQiiiiiiuinlini thu de pkrtment ot ths lajces MIB AmMjciitt war rtlfs the Enropear of Bear Admira will Vlsu Kiel durint regatti si jl r Richard an old unis frontier wai With dviier jn the illfated Sitting Km by 1 at r hinfcUn and deliberately n taaige WorjnKOltbls head and itdnt Hied for rumingoVer thi pi ic labor trcmblfist industries ias re t chief bemlst of the3rook wai acfcldtntly shot and oa a o fHo Will be gone a r ft AJse BT4S Citjf nee and FJ of TNles were ai A gunntti salute w ik iiirfnntly kiliwi ttimuoer at illi jfebi sirtrp id red himsHf in UoutifiFc a tf raildly ngaelftl nifc F lUtltiltottJioi eon Mil jr flBrlti a opened to brjewerawonKmon is Bfjelucte miijer lowai ft Wtpectea to walk opt f i r Patrick murder trifll at Vf a verdlst o tdne from hdmejto JiotfW I If
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