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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                d year of evfr IB tea rcpnMcan tfarodgfa Official JUXE 28 a damjtge suit against the railway THE OHTH OF eet car Frank Is the plaintiff In the suit and GOOD HARD SEXSE he wais OIECOMING coming week came to a fit Unless all signs rich hare rbeen getting poorer In EvansvIBe the last tWrty SertatiF BeverIdge is receiving many congratulations over the out come of f the statehood and he Is entltlwj to them Anrlotjs Header Cl hasnt written a card for the Democrat now for several But campaign Is yet THE BORDBfETTOBBIEJT COX SPtRACT SUCCEEDS fjlT LOOGOOTEJi The Iope may order the explora tlon of SJUnt Peters tomb in th cathedral the hoping for the dlscoffciT of Interesting relics o documents The mussel Industry along the Qhlo and Wabasti rivers which grown Into a vast bust employing thousands of labor resulted from the Dingley tariff on pearl Too bad that Taggart let his Indianapolis Sentinel go to the bow IfTom had a paper we mdgmt learn some interesting things about the William Randolph Hearqt of New Tie businesslike management of the of Indiana by the re publican party has resulted in the payment of of the state debt within the test ten The of the went Into the lands of a republican legJs latnre in The democratic judicial conven tlon Lobgootee could not hav done It had Green wood Is best of the three men offered to the tout both Greenwood and Bordinett are so much better than OBrien that there Is nochance for OBRIEN FOB Four of ithe Delegates From Daviess Corinty Go to the Martin County Arthur secretary A drunken prison guard while off shot and killed a negro porter in a saloon at Jefferson Mis Tie shooting was The murderer gave himself and In answer question at the police station as to what he bad done said nothing much Just killed a nigger The white mans greatest burden IB the white If It Is best for the legislature to elect a United States senator why shouldnt the foe chosen by the same The conditions surrounding the two offices are not The Democrat might as well ask why we should not elect the president by popular Yet nobody of delib erate judgement would propose such achange in the manner of choosing tfhe major of the Daviess county tdemocratic central got It right where the chicken got the iaxe at xogootee On the he tMrd ballot In the democratic udlcial nominating convention four Daviess cpuntjr voted or the Martin county Charles and gave him tie On thejflrst ballot Greenwood had eight Henry Bordinett six and OBrien the twentytwo votes in the convention teen for Daviess county for The second OBrien had Martin county 8 and Bordlnett 5 On the third ballot four delegatesiirooi Daviess voted for and h was declared the nominee Iwit twelve On this ballot Qreen wood got 7 y and Bordlnett 2 4 ting cljp at Louisville Sunday with rell ui services at the armory at Jpy After five days Continuous entertainment and the army of returned KentuclL s going back to the other sfjatt 1 all are leaving a word Hun WELLKKdWN ATTOUXEY PASS ES AWAY AT 1 OCLOCK THIS PROVE Fllti dreds of the also have gon to various park Kentucky spend aaLime at homes am other COCJXTY The republicans of Martin count named the following tick et Laban Williams treas urer Sims Thoma 3ardlners John Staple ton Lindley com mlsslonefi First John C Keck county Thomas William William Alonzo James REVOLUTION In a lerjer to the state department Greene tells of a reported Ian to foment a revolution against resident of Mexico and says he at his mines was part of the He alleges that the plan formed by the western federationfind says many agitators aided iI Inciting the Llfi JRJI1E THE CM Deputy Clerk Under Michael Mur phy anil George Elizabeth average man neveri was so well so J fj so well well housed well Society never 4i better balanced thanj AXIHCRSOX IS SHOT IX f There was an interesting fight in Chicago authorities have given the packing houses formal notice clean up and to maintain their plants 4n a sanitary The primary fault in this matter at door of the Chicago city govern If Chicago had done Its duty as a modern municipality should do there would have been no scan dal and no occasion for the adver tisement to the world of the ugly conditions at the Daviess county delegation be ween the McHenry the Dally in which the Mdken ry crowd got an unmerciful drub Charley Williams the pokesman the McHenryjtea and ohn Dally led the opposition forces Daviess cOunty men pro ipsed for Miles ly the who were piish the candidacy of ind Cyril Ward by The oil call wah not as Saw that he was beaten only 5 votes in Daviess county to 8 for and withdrew hls name before Martin had a to There is no that the solid vote of Mar tin county would havegone to ward in pursuance of the agreement tween Bordlnett and v The McHenry the chairmanship made a des perate attempt to deadlock the cin yention by a twothirds hut failed The convfen Uon sat down on Charley Williams AFTEIt THE The Interstate pominerce cormmls slon will bp in session In Washing ton on Thijrsday to hear the presi dents of railroad companies to show whetbjer rebates have been granted or distribution of cars has been by CIRlijJBADY The daughter of John who lives near Plaln was bjdly burned about the face withbojhing coffee Her urns are The contents of the coffeeitpot were accidentiy spilled In hqr face while she was eating her Gaylord whose dea hag been expected for several day Jassed away at the home of his si John on south east Eleventh at 1 ocloc Monday morning of liver and ston ach trouble from which he had su ered for four or five Barton was known by near very one in this He was bor icre sixtytwo years ago and passe ils life with the exception qf two o hree months in H graduate of the law school o university and practiced law lere for twentyseven Mr Barton was deputy clerk tinder his the Jate Michael and the late George Walters About 1S77 ho went to Europe ant visited Ireland nnd England for two or three He leaves four sisters and two t CUT THREAT WITH Bluford a wealthy of JejjTerson Pike commftted suicide Sunday lornlng by cutting his throat with a He jyas fortyfive years of age and gavel domestic troubles as his reason fori taking his The delegates to the meeting o the American Medical association i Boston lait week generally speak Ing tiook an bjitimlstlc view of con although one of the big exclaimed against the pre tense and fashion In society and an other condemned the growing prac tice of postponing marriage until a later period inlife than is contem plated One dis cussing the advancement of medical said Smallpox has been relegated to the middle Alcoholism is be ing the great white has been mas and there is no excuse for people dying unless they are in the advanced of the and are making progress against other diseases which bave caused mankind much Charles OBrien should have no g trouble In getting himself elected prosecuting If elected he f will his as bas been the fashion here Suppose you tell us where I the neglect slfj there has been I anything of the it should be I easy it out Are there any criminals in Daviess county going f of justice because of the neglect of the prosecuting attorney k there never was a time in the g history of the county when ther S were fewer violations of the law made at the suggestionof County Chairman adopt the twothirds It Is un derstood that the move for a two thirds rule was made in islied by District Chairman Padgett and Flavian Seal of Loogootfee that a deadlock would bring Seal to the attention of the convention las dark It was easy sailing for Daily afier the failure of the project a two thirds and the balloting thM followed was formal and perfuiic The Daviess county delegation re turned at John Daily wearing a smile that wont come off and car rying McHenrys bloody scalp at hfa belt in Under the terms of the compact between Bordlnett and OBrien dlnett is to be the deputy prosecu tor for Daviess If OBrien wins in the The following named Daviess and McDanlels of Miss Mary Josephine Hefron and Miss Esther and Wil liam Barton of and John Barton of Another Bar died a ffiv days ago at Danville if an estate of about 000 or some of which laving come from the John Murphy He was not It Is believed that he died without a John a relative of Hugh probably tho first white child born In this part of died at 10 oclock Monday evening of His age was sixtyone He was a grandson of John a John Aikmah was well and fav orably known throughout Daviess He was born a reared a farmer lived and died passed through Washington injj an automobile Sun They on their way home from the homecoming at The machine fijlled making a a farmer His birthplace was the old Alkman homestead la the Sugar Practically all his life was passed In the J Frugality characterized his life and when he died bo owned about acres of the most fertile Ian 130 in thq Part of it was left to him by his father Parthenn Hapt died at the home of her near Cor The funeral took place sons Sunday morning at 10 Bur al at the MORE GlfAVEL A petition Iss being prepared for good t al eight and onehlf miles roads ready bears The pro posed roads arejjwest and northwest of county democrats attended the conf ventlon Alvin Phllandttf Enos Yarbrouglj ory Henry Hale Charles Ward George Henry Bordfc John Miles Arthur Greenwood and Jacoty Swift of Hugh Richard Doyle of Van Bur James Sparks of Bogard ji Strange of Steele and John Hedricki of FOOMSp Fifteen hundrgd residents of Mad left home because a ne gro prophesied destruction of the and theji disgust ed with themselves when nothing p FIFTIETH The celebratlol of tho fiftieth an niversary of the ilormatlou of the re publican begun Sunday In Philadelphia ifhen exercises were held In the hall frlglnally GREAT CROWD Judging from the activity of the various committees in charge ot the logrolling of the Modern Woodmen of which will take place at ALLISON Henry living In the east fwas on the leg by a and tho rest he accumulated His estate Is worth In the neighbor hood of with little or no Although ho was Alkman was not a In any sense of the Ho was generous and hos pitalitywas oneof his strong char Devotion to his family was predominant In Alkmans last Illness began about two months One while looking at some fine hogs on the he was stricken with paraly At the time of the stroke he was leaning against a fence and did not fall His son saw something was wrong with him nnd went to He was carried to the house and a physician His side was par alyzed and he could not but he got better and It was thought he might entirely His speech did not and he did not regain the use of Al though everyone know he was low his death came as a He leaves a who was Miss Permelia and six nor was the American 4i republic ever so well 4 I llshed at home and j or more beloved by itspeo j As for tho ohargo that the tone of our political life and public service is becom ing I have no hesita tion in saying after thirty yearsexperience in Washing that congress has can t stantly Improved in its devo tion to the public To say that It Is controlled by n few rich men or by a h few large corporations is to K say that the more than eighty millions create It are not longer competent for selfgovernment or that they are Our civilization rests on the hustling of the human and when you take away the material benefits come from Individual efforts you destroy civiliza If that be there is no danger of a so cialistic There 13 certainly DO effort for social ism In this country voiced by and 1 dont there ever will be so long as we continue to have a government of and by tho i I have been hearing jire dktlons of the downfall of the republic and the enslave ment of the jieopleall my These are the mere of They were made out In In diana and Illinois before the days of and they are made with less 4 ability than This is tho wonder 4 fill country In the 4 and this is the most wonder 4 the successful and 4 most interesting time of Its 4 Capital and labor 4 in till avenues of employment 4 make matters assume shape 4 more useful to the human 4 family and with less effort than ever before in any jviuntry or by any race In any country In tho 1 All our trouble comes 4 from the rapid development 4 of the We have 4 been so busy developing It 4 that we were bound to wako 4 up and find that abuses had 4 crept The American 4 people have a capacity for 4 self government and they 4 will see to without inter 4 ference from any man or 4 group of men or corjora 4 every existing evil will 4 bo KKJIIT I1UKAST BY ED WARD US1EOB dashed After shal wanted riot holding oc VOLUME iBrumfleldj The mar shal stood guifd at the outside and cubing him off his Tfor the stret and es Jelby escaped the mar fight Brumflcld for to the I Angered Anderson Who Took Duiuan o Task nnd the Shooting OK OHIO Governor Pattison of djed aftertobn at his when he was apparently on road to He was a farnifer who rose to the states and In bus iness as welltt political circles he was one ol Ohftfs leading His health had beaj bad for several Lieutenant apd Acting Governor Andrew Harris of Ohio Monday HE flHil ATKD AT PLEASANT HILL JVXE t jhj Amly fortysix yea old was shot and jierliaps fatally in Jurcd near the city jail at Linto Monday night by Edward Dunca thirtytwo years nnd an of the Vandalia DUB can was reloading his gun and hat placed one shell in it when he wa and jailed by Police Chie Three shots were fired a Anderson from a IverJohason One bullet went through Andersons right breaking a The bullet came out at the Andersoj was taken the office of Cravlns was assisted oy the Arderson to Ills I wo weeks ago Anilersons Miss four teen eais was coming up the ifrjni railroad track two miles 4 home when she mit Ed who has born in the habit getting water at tho Anderson although lie had been forbid Jlen to do so by who Claims was jealous of path of office as gov The oath was administered by Common Pipas Judge Fisher at 0 Alleged tax which IN QEKSTHK PflOGUM i F 3 to Be Held in Church A Pleasant Teach eta tor Xext sume starting were Thursday evening Unearthed hitho Six pupils will be graduated fronr the comanon schools of Vealo tojrnj ship at tte Pleasant Hill unearthed by thjtj Cuyahoga count grand The results the the last fow veeks by the not onl iffect that but every count n Indiana pnd Illinois that I ouched by a Joseph Moses ijf gen ral tax agent ofi the Big Four road ade a statement before the granc ury that fourfifths of road tax sesssed against the railroad com anles in Iddlana and Illinois paM Uvraugh tdontracts with tht ftwnshlp i Dnnrai he IfWd Hlss lint she darted under his o was on his way to work met the He is al to have offered her for a She refused and lie grabbed arms and ran home to her IXFAXT HATS The clgliteenranntlisold daughter EdwardCochrnci of Monroe BOX In hor ble agony for two hours died Mon b she having eaten tab ts that were purchased by her par its for tablets con tiined arsenic and the child them by upon a tllalr and them from the I I f jMrl AnlTs just rehirnod from In Maryland and when he Iiaril of Duncans he tanie highly In company 111 his Anderson met near the jail and asked him an xplanatlog for bis laijchter as he is alleged to have Withoi answering Duncan drew ilsjVevolver and tired two shots at ny which went He luti tinned the on the elder eson and tired three o hot tailing TWO SHOT rCeneral Willlariisf and a man himed ITwfon and killed by deputy sheriffs Whltley coun ty In an attoaipt to arrest Williams recently was re from tho and Is safd to have annoiinrid then that he kill ar He shot Bays Lizzie tile twentyyearold daughter of Of seve raltiS east of Committed siilV Inman Chirles Me cldi by jumping Into well at tb s7pershlnR plls are CalMe Arnold jbaj Edith Ulla Hushey knd IBeasio Interesting program has been ranged by Trustee Charles Stuik4 iilary Peck McKernao give a solo and a coarposod of 4ohn i MattlnglyV Will Hyatt 4nd O1iarle3willey will The I back brass band also will The program follows The Stellov J Bessie i Hyw to Win Edith male Influencd of r We Elva Mary Peek ifcKernan Life andi What We Make of lla What Commencement At old Da male jj Presentation of Supor C tendent i class The teachers last year were y Clara Elmer Samuel Josephine and Charles WhitTv f The class Is Learn to Live and Live class cream ancfjtrlmson class rhjj red f t The at Elnora for thjj i omlnff jiyr have beeit selected Toy M 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 horse last Friday and severely in He Is ablfi to be out with the aid of than right There are scarcely any prosecutions pending In the clr cult and those that are hang ing fire are indictments for mino offenses mostly against persons who have fled the state to avoid arrest There hasnt been a homicide in Da vleas county for something like five The community is peaceable and lawabiding felonies are almost The Democrat is a pub lic business Is to record the happenings In local cir It ought to know what is go ing Therefore if the prosecutor te guilty of the Demo crat must be informed about end it In duty to the I all the There 1 is no danger thaf a public newspa I per irjll be drawn Into disfavor by telling the whole troth and nothing but the truth to Its NEW KENTUCKY vi aLi on thy Kentucky border the fair ground August 16 is the latest this promises to be the largest The is made that gathering In Wash It is predicted by the man agement that fully ten thousand will be present each Many ofthe attractions will be on the line of a county Premiums will ba giv en on the various products of the as well as on miiles and There will also be prizes awarded lo the best decoratedwin dow representing the order em Many of the best drilled teams of the order in the state will behere to compete for Many delegations from over the state will tie accompanied here by their own Speakers of national repu tation explain the beauties and purposes of Modern Woodcraft It has bene explojjed nine miles thus WHEAT 3AT IP The latest estimates are that the wheat crop will Be in excess of that of a year but may not reach the volume enthusiasts have WANTS Thewreck at tie depot crosilng February In which while backed cot of cars intoa street knjik FIVE Five men weral killed on a hand car In Polk as the result of bejjpg run down by a freight j DESTRUCTIVE An early morning fire Sunday de stroyed a large building In ioute and did daftage of over i Oliver Carroll of Steele town Charles and the Misses Mary and Elizabeth Alkman served In tho 42d Indiana in the civil rwar for two He was a republican and belonged to the Baptist Two Henry of this and Samuel Aikinan of the and two Simeon Cole man of and Miss Martha Alkman ofthis are Gay Barton entertained a strong prejudice against Hie saloon busi and ho could not be Induced to rent property for saloon He and his the late John Mur once owned the two story brick business house across the alley luck of the Wilson building on Third They were equal but Barton InslHted that there should bo no saloon In the Finally one day after an offer of a big rental for a saloon had been who did not hold he same scruples in reference to rent ing to saloons that his nephew said rental of something like a month for five At the saaie time he was offered a month for It for a In his leaseto Xeal Eslcrldse tlie stipulation was made that the property should not be sublet for a Benjamin Dayton of Voale town well known In the southern part of the died this ing at the age of sixtyfour He leaves four Ed gar and Marion Dayton and Florence a All live in Veale His Al bert is In politics he was a He belonged to the Christian Jpvb Tjvo pretty weddings were rele brattal that of ami Miss Emma Flordl that of Slunott and Ionise Hassler The first took plarjat St Simons at i At S ojclofk and nanifherty leff n train for Dun to Daiigherty will work In shops Daurfier tys is not good is the reason the Ample Is iraing It Is prob if DaiiKhortys health is improved by fail they return lo tills ity ro make their Tly wedding of and was solemnized at Mr and Mrs Sln nott wlll spend their Indlwiaijolis and Cincinnati before SoinJ to hoiifekrepins In this A m was given at the home Monday She bccn despondent fjr several days ap4 told her sister Bhcj felt so badly that she Intended tio NKW fleet of twelve Vessels from OrajigD and Port Ar with citizens congregated nejir the mouth pie Neches rivor to cele brate the completion cif the Sablne Aaron Alma and Bertha The schools will begin Sep tember There will bo four of high school from now i The commencement exercises of Simons academy were held at Simons hall Tuesday There were three Bertha j J Donahue and Anna The annual exercises aroy NATIONAL With a view to securingfor Louls vllloone of the next national politi cal leading Louisville busihess men have consulted wltli the heads of tie rall rodV entering liunie Tuesday t William aged nine died at the home of his John at Odon Saturday The body was taken to Shields Mon day forenoon to the residence of his Andrew where tho funeral took place that after Joseph a brother of Burke of this is nlontj WOJIAX COXnKMXKD TO Thj movement to save from the gallows at Kansas is growing in rihe has to be executed ul on June for the murdjT of her Clarence Myi oil ame that Frank companion in the isto be hanged at Kansas a stay is Xo efforts Is nnde to prevent the bangilig of although many are being sent to Governor Folk Surging him o comaiute life imprlson TO IXCItEASK it IB thought that the liverymen of this city will the price of horsta from 5J10 amontb This action wilhbr taken on always interesting at this school and they did not fall below tho ard this year There was a good crowd to of the Uing so the llvorymon WHKAT Judging from prescrU Indications and basing tha estimate on this years the wheat yield for I Indiana for 1OG will bo more than according to the figures of Joseph stae the acreage this Is larger than that of last but the The yield are South Carolina campaign was opejuy Thera ajp eight can didates for has tjie race for rnitel States igalnst Sen ator dead at his home in He was born near Paris and was about flftyflva years of He was a prominent being president of the Citizens National bank Elizabeth Williams of Front street died Sunday at the age of seventyfive Williams died ot old She came here from Monroe Her husband was a native of sentence tn A brother of Clarence My has sent the governor a letlor expressing the belief that Ills Hlfcterinlaw is as guilty as Hott Ilottman is hanged the alo should pay the extreme ltiVS BODY Tar body of Malcolm thir teen who drowned In the at Vcjnon Satur day evening recovered Monday in the river the fooi of Main street i I She leave one J Ida the wife of Thomas Kelly ivs iv inearnest has begun on the MotoiJ Car works in Cummeriial ad dliirnj Kelsier t who have the contract for tho their purt fit e work by dynamiting other obstructions from of Ogdon stre died HERE j H Reynolds and Hoffm ng it off tho has liere from LoogoBtee Sunday ann were Look Gay youd better own that building i If you dont Intend that tve shall what we can out the renting of All was tho swift re sponse who was qufck and gruff in his WBat will you take your half Murphy named a and ton bought him outi then and Last summer Barton leased the building to of 9he was thirty flve years old and leaves six Her husband works at the Southwestern The funeral probably will be held Burial likely will be at Johns CANAL BILL Tho senate Monday afternoon passed thq Lake Erie and Ohio river their iireparatory to doing All Monday a the reportof the heardj On thousand brick have of Joseph More than will be needed In Boiuciwlll to be got It is rtF Thn anniversary tjie death ofj Maximo Gomex wax in trade by loadiTS and a ablet placed on the lioiiie In which not year Indiana raised Indiana had the lowest acreage of wheat In 1905 that It has had In many but the yield was the most bountiful hi ten belns bushels an This i the farmers have followed the usual Indiana custom of follow i Ing large yleld with Increased f Tho state statistician has selected twenty I countlefe geographically dls tributed over the state and In twenty j conntltfi has th acreage In and two ofthese and n arid This is while the acreage In both Howard anil Tipton more than fdoibled of gain ta those counties and the highest rate of gain la ifound in j where it is shown o be per KltR A atvere hailstorm did consider able damage in several i counties In FIRE AT SALT The plant of the Lake Tri which paper Is managed by the central part of satur SefrU was being especially beivy in SaturUav mornlns Th ette and Anderson mjt llnotvpo TKAFHC IX PHKCKHS year was a recon breaker as biine about The paper QUtAVITS TIIK Mafshal Reid of Oakland City Monday arrested James Sol canal In tho session there In i but wh a lively controversy between Senator lllng jiila three miles south Tlllmannnd which volved renewed rtfercnccs to the regards truffle In precious stones in ollt gnnday tho United Samphires led the other offices fnthe city coming the nosEYs e jirisldent sent loj the senate thenomlnatlua of Frank of Kvunsville at tnirveyor of at vis HUA M a veti ran Y to the VIOLATED AXTITItlST The federal grand Jury In New York haa indicted the McAndrews and Forbes tho John Young company nnj the president of two Karl Jung hlnth and Howard for al leged violation of tho Sherman antt It IsalUSed that an II   

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