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Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1902, Washington, Indiana I i i l4N Ill j Tt i j Ig Stopbensonj Trial In ithe Credit I f 1 I I hit thf WBU a fleUcareit Work InU WIUlMMfctw From i l The dajmagepase of William Stephen ron the railroad waa potbompletedyintit Uiis morning at pbout it went to the Jury The afternoon an3 in pregrBw about dnl houj vistiors and Were tieated ratier exciting Engineer Andrew Haag I Thei WM mi Boa ftnn devotional e BIG 1 at baa ar aldon of piheinnati isex pj ad iJdhn I Taesday Is Being Tried Be Judge Haxtto Speclajl JTJIT j I I jl I I that runs to toud garments is exceeding ly l I H I receive a lot of letters that are if not They come including bankrupts of i j Samael Z5000 from th BtilrordTOtntrOuei I I t testified to run the i switcn I pack of Btephenson waaj AttorfieJ who repre cross questioned during tfce examination re the af terjio of a and Baid he was a f erred to J detective worWiig for theJcompany and i Ibsimatedj he was iniiknidaticg i the tor quickly spoke up a attonjey appeared bot to notiie At cvmplehonjof j Haagtf examipa tion tbe witness masked to make a state ment but Padgett objected and the I j The subsided and the trial the case j The examination of was compjeted this morning and Attorneys and Padgett argued for the and Gardi ner fbi the I The jury returned aiverdict thU after tig for A townehiphas Appointed schools areas oa It eeday tie jfte forciavillo ra will MJiriatlof Uteele ft it the applintl gents tuu noon at about three oclock find the MADE ft 8Wij PinMpr Tata I ftto L fniiMtBu iajtlu Boul The fasti ist long run an the history of ClarkNellie Sarah t Boobor suif fa day asking thlt A gpardlan be i to railroad was1 made Tuesday by passenger train 1 The trait arrived in thiscity t hours and I birty bight minutes late while going to Louis one i hour and fifteen minutes of this time was made The train left this city f at four oclock and arrived in Louis at pmJ thus jmaking the run of 1G6 miles in I The train lost twentyfour minutes six stops ijthis the actual run of 1GC miles was made In 104 minutes faster i than a mile a j Engineer Anke Murphy was at the trottle and John Bultman looked after tfh e I Hastings of1 completed until late this evening ifly tomorrow Reynolds struggling men ol the j Some of them seek a gift of my castpfl Ij others offer me a ridiculously low price for clothes with whifah to rfc j I plemsh their I I Opelman wrote I one enjoyed luxuries of through afaise lost I hope you fijill nev4 know what it isjto but ODE thread bare suit and I Hera is an extract from a preachers letter hava been able to bjiy me but one 93 suit in four I write to colored and is a teamster at Several months ago he wds 4 7 isf Man to DUMct if you wjould put a price on half a dozen that you might have laid on the as well as etc rpi his Be llves 1D fhe Wllds Special p tatcd by GAZETTE John n as nominal1 usual diS as tbe opftonfbe good UAUUbaa DgU UV WttS IVlDg f T team across the SwJtrack and 1 afraid that jeven my Vincennes and the wagon Wast struck te4 years ago would be a freight j Both ofthaByrseswerei M fn8dvance he styles of his killed and Reynolds was crippled as to Pausa a seDsation espei and unable to work for For c ly if worn ia tbe loss of his team and wagon and the he he btoBRht suit demanding damages from the rail M i The case was venued frpi Phe Khox circuit court to the Daviess cjourt and was tried here the March tertn of court but the jury failed to agree OB la verdict and another trial was Hastings was special t judge totr the Attonjey led to theground The family had DESTRUCTIVE Arnoilil In Boitown Burned Lut j Highland Eanillyieft in a Bad 0m l ConditionBad fine The house occupied Arnold Helton and family m caught fire last mght at aboiit eleven burn Cullop of Vincennes reprBstnts the f tired and were able to escape only with J LALI fcT i ed this ent of Mieia for tfongress The mating Was well attended by re was caUed to ardefiat 1 30 oclock by District Chairman John of Joseph of who announced as a Chaneyin nom matiqn that he be nominated by The motion i earned and Chsney was declared the nomr i c I bride WIES ha i succesi tjiif plac t great e suffervisi nght pjaijo eems t Hpnry plalntiff and Gardiner and S defendants i The jury ia composed of John 1 teh Alfred John Jack William John Lucas and Horace I are the OIVKH H The case of Elijah Raney vt James ITodd to collect an account was i tiled before a jury WednesdayijiftetDOon and the plaintiff was awarded dam Raney is a nephew of TJadd and claims the latter owes him for L It work as a farm Both parties live near i ti OTHER t f Charles Critchlow vs MIze Finding for the defendant Plaintiff must pa the costs Np i clothes or furniture SJion af Ur the fire discovered ark aalarm was turned m to the tirp depart inent and a response Was made but as fhe honsc wasa half mile from the ieareat water plug i the department pulB give no The origin of the fire is lot knowfl ut it is supposed that a defective flue was the an our tov Miss Di tisite Miss Bt Indianapt 28 lp daughter of and j CHificH last week at Gbd loder the auspices were n ell attended of fan and oio socially and The W were twenty nine np disturbances of any kind This is an unusual thing for the good order was due to no o jof our deputy JR P olio IB always found at the jit the right time and isert an influence ovetrthe Jbers which causes thiJrti to NFWS here from hi There fourteen pensioners Cfiildrttai Church nitsi Miss Qi made by heWto sr John the repilblican is a lawyer He was assistant attorney genera during Ex President Harrisons term aud has practised in the S from near i ih Alford has returned torn I i exercises at High Kook Sunday rtJp Millboiland of Shoal ivas ind ther Fourth is a canservalive a good speaker and campaigner and will make oppoment for Congressman Ruth Lents was granted 1 DC as TEACHERS Trustee has seleeted the school teachers fdr the township next and a number of changes were i The corps I for sext jtear will follows jl I tBruce ifc ry josepi na tte WathenColonei onlock Reynolds and a half en pastoi of theFirst Baptfst church n this todfty resigned tfte i nd il vote the reteafnSerp his hjfe tea Utter forl 8verat Charles apQ ha nesso he erfter b resn aatojfti tftfera morning and gfllmosfi thopgh intimhte knew he waa such DobbB has bBefi abanla tfiMy56ve years and lie thinks he gita upj a pastdrate ashe if to If He but may jfie has cad ptfcSpbn sortie other invested IB Syan HlHopaweJlj 1 laud AlexanderLottifc I pufh Boom Joseph th South Room BradfonaL 1 I Kntter8te la B it ohs three y took the p Hejhas m manjfwill ilcbiirci jiastor sid His resignation fee at the regul cbnroh prayer riteetioVlpDight and act on t Will proiablt t Toms Weat Wash rjgtonMargaret Slxofthe tuachefe ares new apppint They riarry George Mary Iwtllrf land Daisy fafce tr4 placfs og Bert tank Sniderf Miry Ev Jobn Rumseyand Me Overton was fdrmeriy Th wijl be the Hart and 1 risaeoldifedtf in ihe years but tat anc copal t Carqlm ber of tbeipi theBatigs fp JtoyeMfyljid self for the nilnlstry wfieri jit tWent hs ha 3 charep of a ajpU carpe fartheriorthithatf i He seven 1 Baptist itribotor t i Ee wa from her husbandDaniel Lee ef In the case of Oora Montset al ex parte partition it was found ihfit ene third of the land i belonged t jCora MOnts and the others each o tfrSqd one Elmer E Hastings was appumfed commissioner to sell the land sale asit could not he ADVEKXJBEU i List of letters remaining in the Wash iflgton P O for the week flic ins July 1JI9Q8 LWDIES McDonald Mrs divorce GENTLEMEN M C Hammersly J iDnmsey Taylor s In calling for the o I please say advertised will be charged on all advertised FBANB P M Anna wife of Hjtlaiy Sootee died Sunday morning at their home oft Center at She been very lawyer some time with consump tion and her death was The deceased waa thirty five years old and was bora and reared on a farm in Van Buren township where iher ijrlary Anna resdes I 1 Gootee also leaves her a siationman in the fire department and three young daughters tJ mourn her The children are and Elizabeth Wise died Sunday the home of her Mrs Will ilm Godwin in the end She had 5 Sullivan limn Sjttnwr DamoewtldSUnd Drawntjo 817 He Wil Cripgjf Second District democratic papers on the renunciation of Miers by Hem Sejmgnr Riddle eaf it iS Koine to badly cripple the congressmans chances of being Welman in the sa6 i It unfortunate for the Demo cratic party that the reorgamzers placed us in such that we are tb loose such able Democrats as Seymour Kid and that fact is becoming more ap parent evdry It will do no good to scold and abuse such is nd doubt acting from patriotic and unfortunately for the democratic nominee or he has a fojlowing tBat makes his open hostility danjgijrous Spraefrr Democratic Standard O PAMck and family visited an4 wife from orninfi ffisided Mr and Mrs Geoj j Miss EffiBlHednckof Loogootea was nerejiast the guest of Mr and M Webber find wife Ijod fnmiiy M Mr aud Mrs Charlie ljjur4 sou j Miss Ajty Allen of LonKootto relatives last i visited family last IJMly and wife ppent Sundafc jlednck and family andler has goto t0 he has emplojment in ordnnd family liom ited 1 Jackmah wife Sundaj JPb Albert in popi health for jsomo tjihe and tier death was not unexpected deceased wjhs widow of the Morgan Wise pnd lived on a 8rm m Harrison township until re She tpree rs Aikman Camahan Mrs God in and Mrs Samuel Lfewis and one son W who hves at Poplar i REAL tSTATE I Card of f desire to thank our macly fnenc arJd relatives and the members i of th City fire department for the asaistanc and sympathy th death and burial of our wife and motbe i T HlLLAHli QjOOIBE ASP fJOQfA j B Wao Bat ftUned Hnch K of Bpeatl In m 1 i Mthe Jof came hert Monday frofci Vincennes and spent twolays in Jones is a traveling man is universally known as the author ityibn He is classed as the Ibest man in the i United States his contains alarge nonlb He always I stytjshly but never in flashy clothes ift Vmcenfieslie isqubtec 1 People call me K but ft I 1 amenot proud It is the duty of man who can afford iji because a man does thlg it is tio reason that he should be branded as i Ip my good dosing is a of my though 1 11 like to Jacob W Clark AW to thie City of Wash ington wd pt loo 131 3 1 Lynch to Bobtk Brown nd neq 1 3 7 9a S900 Ah1 to Ki by wd pt nwq pt swo Kirman Tom 17 3 7 Jones by shf to Margaret Be udder swqsnqseo seq swq seq swq 11 55 40a 8213 35 garet A Giliey ih to Alyah G Miller d lot 39 Washington Wright Clprk Wilsons 2d add 81100 Johanna MoCarty to T Asa Haig to Mary Harmon Jwd lot 10 Howard Chokes 3rd 8250 Alvah Miller to Edith Bam lot 30 Clirk Wilsons 2d Arina 4h to Margaret WS pt s 7 1 2 r Emma Stemfeld to John Russell lot Graham Place llie Beitman to Overton Cosby lot 18 Turners 3rd I etaify to sea such con scientious ast Sey RijldiS Sppposiog the demoqratic bominee for Riddle s no ordmarj b4rt He is one of the most jjifted nnfl lorciblu orators in the second district Ha hife persuasive powers aro1nch a dreaded adversary wfeen addessmg a Many dempctftlic papers of the district are printing his which wilJ be followed by He also declares his intention of takingthe stump and making speeches count j of the district been AtiIn and Dorsey Arvra were atJjobgootnef Jast andwife at Eckerty last week i Mrt McCord of Cincinflati ia visitifig relatives ThijodorejJackson returned last frojn he tendiiig scbponMT James KtMnRahel of Knoxtille herfe Sunday to visit friends i B Fiefdji and wife of Mitchell vis itedS flurnsand family last and Beulah Afford rth at Ragsdale and daughter rlendale visited here fast j Burns and at tuckj Arthur It Stucky and fefe Of Irtst wefiW to reJa StaJord and famiij of Upre last week the guestsof irrall and family MwsSulaCsf TEACUEBSs inutee Hedrfck Appouil5 Eeeve lowuehlp WeddingOther e Indy July tpwsfehilj trustee of tbwnsbip has appointed the following teachers for ilftf schools Bextjeai Room Roohl Bigteve Jasper to and Mrs a daughter ord arrivea bnnti fqr a few das MSit i and friends 3 and fornierh of Jue in bejfe relates a xalpablfi colv Monday Jqhn HajDhjandler and daughter Liltie were at Vv j Albeit jRay or and wife and fid Eil dolpb and snfsof Dubois county R CasMy ftnd family Sunday r f J and daughter Vadk FPurtl1 relatives K Ho HJ to Charles pt sect 155 3 pt sept JjSD d amon to Harvey WaSrd lots 42 i 43 Z Gar tens 3d i Wei ster td Sue B CJilonei Watterson has his brands Bunker Masse Allen d one hundred ddllar breakppat their saw mill east of here Mondays ft waa saustd bj the large circular odmlfeg in conjact J 1 The some time ago M w hSeiendeavbnng to head off Boose onSonthMalp was Bolemnized GD B5d Ifcursdaj I contract be presidency Barnes k crying for help Ing parties wire Barnes Miss Augusta i rr e was relating frie ately where II the Coxey army idea and is ex discouraginj to the tramp in in tfte The 1 e i MpCoVd and wife 4 ob we e at Elnora Instiweektp WlrjRoMnoh vvfiobag been ll for mcifks Geo Us of Dale jireachec t good sesrwofi at the M E church Sun day night Walls expects to entile the ministfy s6on and continue in the f JJL J i t i i The is not borrowing any of the aotfclpareS uprising QJ m Gefli Funstofc lii bmuiond o accusep Groiur CieveJand of convBrttbR the pure fountain of Dem ocracy a stagnant pootk aenouet charge r r Adnkital dewey is to testify Before the Senate ne He jatt us into ihera is no jreasob whyhefdnorhdptogetns the Democrati retired from Hie leader prpfesaes to fat he continues to toot 4 otter disregard of i lt i1 i i
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