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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1906, Washington, Indiana                                GAZETTE AND Hanlys bi mating y indicates the feellife of Da connt toward boiler pfrte to one It was hot id of your OCTOBER r n of Tht UltvMaJlttoMWtaf Oivtett official VOLUME III Barf Thomas Wllsonj his Bonr now on the old MritDKK IX i M Anotper murder was added to the list in i Monday signan Agreement spend money buying rotes of Indirectly isks the toon It all but be wouldnt ieep the snlys great speech onfstate af Saturday set the people talk nd And they w elect a legislature this fall to do bidding of Thomas Tafgart and Smith against tie ilodj has been writ ten f pro and Tj about the post office Ifghts but cold remains all that the city has ipeen giv post office owners than times as much light as they arelpaylng BIT XOW JAMES OXE OF FAR MERS IN THE IS reene county this when Charles Davis a negro the Head construction at LIFE STORM lliam Hearst Is engaged just In reading democrats opt of the Judge late demo candidate for Is a political cock Rogers Is described Charles Towjje as an otief scurrying acrossihe floor pf the democratff Jerojne Is characterized as i pollt IcaJjToton trying to creep in to e republican party against tbe prQtjj its respectable Tie democratic state committee is bilking of baring Bryan in In dlansi on two trips this fallf the last to Ifcrail the Fairbanks special Uie state the first tSree days of It will be that the Democrat ofthis city pro clalited last week that the railroads Inslsipd on charging for the JBrrmn special the third week of Oc totieofj Chairman Hendren lays the spptal irll cost but and that is abont too That History of Early Career of Man Who Reached SeventySixth Year As Interesting as any of I canip oil the ilndlanapolls I railroad about a mile east of Bloom j wjis shot and his body riddled with I It Is thought that the i crime vjas by Rastus Overtonj another negro employed at the Head Davis had teen a trusty at the and at the time of the mur der ihe was known to have had about ofl the cpmpany8 money with him He had been sent from the camp for some toolsfind when he did notireappear In a few minutes theboss becanne alarmed and sent qne iof the othler employes after I maft had gone but ft short dls People of Washiigton and Daviess County Eager to Hear the Chief Executive of the Intense and Hearty Approval fnforce ment Policy With Him in His Stand i Crowd Hears Llnora Frank ithc governor of i opened tbil republican cum in this county 1ist Saturday an ixrellent Be wiih that every dollar of the of money paid tiuauiatr pmninmi by people of Indiana each year could be kept at but thjs ran be only by domnrtlc upon solvent and requiring concer vatlre and honrat Tlio number of aided by township tnvrtees nhow an annual reduction since 1805 of and PxiKndltum lor that nn avcragp decroane of It IK be partly due to the of the I country now and ulnce In 1 my it la more largely dnc I to the series of poor relief af feeling county and but ennrted slncr 0 DEATH Wi m VKD PITZGKRALD AND NKLSOX BARBER TAKKX KABtY MONDAV TWO iOEir mmm with tlon is the story of the life of James tancp from the camp jwhpn he found H Wilson of the Bedford who the jbody of Davis lyW on the celebrated day anniversary Not manv characters in fiction are as Interest ing as a story of the early life of this man who spent two years In California digging for gold making the trip from this state to the gold fields with four cross Ing the country overland in the fif ties who worked on the old Wa1 bash and Erie canal who was a pio neer In the coalIndustry of Indiana who has helped to by drain of acres In the Prairie creek bottoms Who Is thefather of and it Tfas fojind that the money which had Ktarted away with was at he spolce for two hours to the people of vless delivering a masterly argument for the continuing of the policy of the present administrations both suite and He was notIn pis j Aposse was toned lnteuUy organized at cjnce to jsearch for thejthe of and Da man whb committed the vjess counfy who The searchitiK party fqtmd a aro mer whosaid hat he had heard five aqd had seen a negro running northwest from the canip A search j among tjie cniployes of the camp re vealed tlje factj that Ovbrton had not been at work dnrlns thej and as he liad the rpputatlqh being a bad I one of the largest and most promt1 killed Dlivis order to get the Bryan himeelf has to be pa id for his The Washington Democrat had a lltttejmore of the Taggart boiler Kot as mufli as us bnt an Inch is too True our esteemed contemporary tried to disguise the holler editor ial by placing above It the Demo crafsjown it was no Chopping off the boiler plate head in the hope ot hiding Its identity didnt fool LikeJ the fatuous ostrich With Its heildjlrn the the biggesf part of it all the more just rill Inhere is not a reform that has the support of Governor Hanly that Sul llTan county democraeiy has not been advocating for long years be foM he became a conspicuous part Strange that no democrat ever Is to accomplish any of these re forms that have their origin in the democrat party It strikes too that If the Sullivan conntyj demo crats are sowell pleased with Gov ernor Hanlys thej will vote for the republican candi dates for state senator and represen tative in order that the governor may have a general assembly next winter that will support himf Instead one that will hinder progress along Che lines laid by thepresent if which will be the case the Taggart nomineesare Henry Watterson Is on the Cuban He is generally soufld on all public and always Watterson is tolerably He is sound on tbe Question of government ownership pf rail for Taking issue he declared thatjBryans proposal for the government to buy the railroads is unAmerican end un and that the democratic party would be sure of defeat with such a in its national plat He thai a vote for William Hearst in Nefw York Is a vote to destroy the democratic party and force the forming of a Wattersoni Is tol erably He has no use for this latter day democracy of the Taggart There will be many a chuckle over the Petersburg Press1 apt suggestion about a doren of the countys best citizens getting together solemnly to resolute themselves out of tie pen This with reference to Pike county agreement about the campaign The Press with much satisfaction wtiat no doubt hasioccurred to many close students of politics that cam paigns have been growing cleaner every We believe that to be true of most Indiana it certainly is of Daviess A fewyears ago It was a tommon practice for candidates for office to trail from one saloon to another fol lowed by crowds men more or jless under the influence Ttat was considered part of the And on election diy men money openly and There is nothing of that sort In Da vfcis county now Candidates learned to estimate the In Bounce of saloons in Its nent families the county who has abstained from the use of In toxicating and although he never had a pair of boots until he was nineteen years oldi Is one of wealthiest men in the Such Is a brief synopsis of the life of the man who attained his seventy sixth year Not far bejMnd Mr Wilson In vears Is his Susannah who is sereuty years Her maid en name was the marriage taking place December Four children died InUheir infancy with the exception of who reached theage of Wilsons father was the Joseph who was a native of Ten It was a notable gathering at the anniversary Sixtytwo ate dinner with twentyfour being seated at the first two All with either their wives or husbands were besides several The children are Laurj Loudermllk of El nora Nellie James Tabltha and Andrew Wilson of this town ship Miss DIcIe Wilson and Miss Samantha who live with the aged man Milton Wilson and Thomas Wilson of Barr township The grandchildren number thirty and the great grandchildren Others present were and and I and George and George W and George Mc and Paris Hast and Milton Hast Andrew and Abraham Margaret Taylor Ma ria McCall and Flora Allen Was the oldest person being eightythree years Wilson Was born in Greene near where his The starching party started In pursuit pf the after thd crim no tracejof hi i1 could be Davis the I ployed the anil Mis a daughter of s supopsed that he missing negro soon became but fourth person who has jbeeif killed at tjtie Head con struction camp this The first was Coll a who was killed of the negro The feecojid an third were one of whom was instantly and the bther Jled soon as tbe of a battlebetween eight negroes over some money mat i i vless county who manifested that with his lawenforcement policy by frequent The manifestations of ap proval of thf governor were not ex but they were none the less In fact the governors auditors were too eager to hear what he had to sav to give much time to applauding but there were numerous strong manifestations of their approval of his course through out his The governor was in good voice and delivered his address In a dfl liberate manner that left a deep Im press on his not a word being The interest In what he was saying at times was so Intense that there was no sound In the hall except that of his Many In the back part of the theater leaned forward in their setita that they might not miss a word of what was being In tones that could not fall to he told of the temptations that have come In the administra tion of both private and public afj a staml bocn FiiAxic HAXLY AloysliSs apharmacist em fairs with the unpnralelled prosj h taken to the ceirter of the town Alouzo Gretnb Smith and Hen and derson after election You John Smith drus perlty of the country and declared 1 Elizabeth I tllat nlen of sincerity and I there for iitts to an Immense about ten mln crowd gathered I know yoii The governor Irj his speech hen Elizabeth Wtchjof deep moral needed to man of Steele were marifi PubHc rled last Tuesday by the Fath er Torbefk of German Catholic The sibom Is a son of M the fectlonerj The and Meridian ident Roosevelts 1 tlon ton aril public these qualities He spoke altitude ofllcers l mil of Ihe ad its M cnril ong the ieiast Main street coni cheered So y willlive at Giorgo was the desire to hear the father settled after making the re markable trip from Tennes see with four children on all riding one When the son was about nine years old he came to this county and has lived here ever since with the exception of the years spent in the On March 7 when the sold fever was at its highest and the western plains were being strewn tfith the carcasses ofbeast man on their way to the gold fields of Wilson set out for mines with four making the tripof more than miles without losing one of the four oxen he started out For two years he cast his lot with the gold seekers and then re turned to the east with his gold dus making the trip to New York City by sea with the exception of a short ourney across the Isthmus of Pan His gold dust he exchanged at Washington City for and came back In 1848 and 1849 he worked on he old having In his charge fifty men within three months after he so faithfully didhe per orm his He interested hlm elf in coal mining to a considerable and with Mac Wilson and 41ex Daugherty mined coal from the Ukmanmine on the Troy road in SC8 and He tflso interested himself in the drainage of the Prair took at church at Sum iandi Fran The wedding he German Catholic Miss Anna Sum were the at Andrew Wilson of Stecle town a young and Miss Nora Myers a daughter of Elijah T1 Myers Bogard township wore married at noon Wednesday at the brides home by the Tllle bf will live on a farm in Steele from the time Milton Hast chairman of the in troduced him until the close of the hardly anyone left the ia Chairman in his intro ductory said it was his lot to introduce Hanly to Davicss county the fust time ten years i the light of recent hr 1 proud that he had that John Ca The stage was derogated with pot NuKent and many Governor llnnly was intro paid a great deal ojf attention to lured by the affairs and the big crowd and n him an ill ills kejmir ICKiane tounshp republicans Io made soijie r on to as an escort for of the At Ilainvilie sev part eral cores uit t the train and insisted and on who went to the stall rear platform of the train and were rerolvpd with consider a Ill Ohio the 2cent rulehas re sultcel In an income an if the railway companies will rut ou all free and make fllit 2cont rate In Indiana there I no reason why tb bo rtlffcrrnt Information gothiml by til conimKslon convinces and I be jllrvn nhpii known It will convince any honest that there exult j defects in the presont insurance law covering Ihcw Institutions tha ouglit to be remedied and abojies i their mnnaginirnt that ought to end The administration of these com i panics In many instances is costing more than double what It On the subject of our state Instl rutlonn the administration stands where republican administrations have long It utonda for the lifting of Institutions from po litical control that the helpless chili of the state may hare humane and efficient whom Is the democratic party Rotng to start Its honse clean ing In It to be by those who arelooking after the brewery inter rats of the utate Js the state house to be cleaned by those who want the gaming tables to continue where Auditor fibcrrlck W of the states money Kxposnrr and condemnation hare fallen sonic rather dlstlngnUh eel persons uinong them the chair man of I IKdemocrat Ic national coin Hut that Is not the fault ol the He nlone to lines at when he entab ferenco to J lMleA follte Carlo at French Lick the most InwK n tflc jhe work of himj ii the conduct of Oovcrnor Hanlys If Diyans statement Hint the honesty of a partys purpose U enthusiasm his Rrcotins by sricmn liy the entrusted the people Daviiss county Us partys init I can be hoped from a clem iiicratlc triunipli in I am Kind that Ihe democracy of Indiana Is letter than it On one in a promi nent was a picture of the and on the in an equally prominent was M Wllliani Myers and Miss Phoebe Porter were aiarried al AlfordsviUe C oclock photograph of it resident Fair iiHluded spoken two for Indianap TbeUoupIij wiirllve at is the Daughter 1 and of Hannah Porter and is taking tiain 11 for teacher in the schools at1A fordsj from where he will go to Imllanap ville Mrl Myeis is the son of John I Us over the arriving at Myers of Reeve township and home about 1 oclock this teaches at the Parks schorl house j He was accompanied to Ihe depot north of several local j Ceiunlry Folks it Kiilion and K McKittrick were amnng a largi i rowt from IMaim iiveiioi railed tlie attpn tf his report that illmo flits to start an t ioii i n state house tllat their investl woulitlutjKij some startling said he Llad tHe even at this begin an iu Wiiliam dispatcli this city to the Indianapolis News Saturday told of the big ly Among things Lilodgett said iiss roiiniy is a temperaine be and by means of blanket remonstrance a number of saloons have been There ale several in this but they are well remilated and forced hail decided t and pi and iuj pledged himself iive thorn every possible assist ItACK AGAINST Thomas Adkins of Gibson county ran a race with death Monday and may While hewing tim ber ten miles west of Princeton he servered an in his Twist ing a piece of wlrn about his ho crawled into his lash lorse to a breakneck a doctors office at Prince Ing iii j He said if there anything wroiij in the state no coiilii possibly On i more auAlous tq disiover it thanj Adkins lapsed into unconicious vas the governor Iof and ncss when the horse stopped In in the righting of tMTythlng wrong i rOnt of the doctors and is the governor of Inctiana would be no tnat condition fram toss of respector of anyparty or I blood The doctor gives faint hope Tlie declaration the g6vernor fm his to obey the temperance SAX JOSE For several months the residents The weathe there slightly unfa a chilliness in of Maple a suburb of Col ri i thenir tha made ovircoats feel rear them to exist because the have been ifnst tho to those who lut this did not materially provrid people that sti affect the attendance the The San Jose scale which attacked their trees and all sorts of treat Various homemade remedies were tried aurb are pow afraid that a state of ficer will visit and order all of thetrQfs One woman who had Consideration for her neigh ors cut down her infected trees but he neighbors wfcose trees Were also urdays and the crowd nfected rjfusedto and as a result thd scale has sptend instead of tieing The following were punct lal in attendance for the first mouth Oral at the Ford school iDeqnis Bruce Willie Clinton diminish ountiyside was well ropresented at the farmers from all parts of the coun and some from adjoining coun posiire of the att being in MI As early IKM president of at oclock that moi it rould be noticed that there were more peo ple on the streets than usual on ontinued to innease until time for the to Get Info lie The people were eager to get Into the hall and before the doors were about ten minutes btfore I forty minutes in advance of tbe opening of the they began tiS gather at the entrance to the By I oclock the hall was people if they close these but they have allowed think they can rtiiulate a housed saloon better than they could regulate a Therefore tlie tion that Hanly took in his speech on law obedience struck a responsive feeling and his of Albert Indianapolis brewing to frighten the governor into preventing the pass age oi the Moore amendment to the Nicholson law has had a good effoct iu this The democrats an unusually strong candidate for senator in the person of John and Spen cer has been the busy lad ever siiice he was What his that all law violators looked alike to him was loudly I The sessionof ttie Cumberland Presbyterian church of this city has arranged with the tho state and Jesse In addition to cajrini for the ma Van to assist the the drliil inliirls oflihe people ane Hicks ma scries of meet tliem n ings first of The Ihe man gov1 session is extremely fortunate In se eiiiiiienl in Inclinnrt niut stand forjcuring these noted Christian work foi llw1 enforeenient of tljc people Hie IHW uhlcli tljc people ftnr or all iniii the riili as well the ivell ns he Ihe high well nn Ihe The lnte iiijaiinistriition has ers for the date will bo here during the month of They entire C IIV A decision to conrplnte work on the Panama canal by contract fi ually been reached by the commis sioeiel from the hour of ils inception sion jn charge of the for mtw ifRnliitlon by the statement givinS the reasons will ami inleitit lines ihrough ije Issued in a few President on the temper ance question Ls not but the Iiosition of Kzra the re railioail The Roosevelt is known tosupport the fellie Ford Ralnh Burton lonefourth filled and by all the publican is known and the upon Ford Isallne Slmosonlseats When people propose to stand the of t lAtllJUC htm In thtc thnt i II nlth late general following ev1 conrnilsslon in its position and Mon enacted a i day had a long conference on General Debility Cause of Barbers Stomach Trouble of Death visited Veale township Monday and two of Its best Nelson Barber and Ned both one re tired and the other actlvex The flrst death was due to general the mechanism of the ailed the second was by stomach No man In Veale township was elter known than Nelson Born and reared within a quarter of a mile from where he probably was known to woman and child within the con Ines of Ihe He also had wide acquaintance over the rest of the Barber was seventyrthree years old at Few days of his long life passed elsewhere han In his own He was ruga and Industrious and reared s arge seven sons and two laughters being The are PIttsburg Edward ofOr Frank of Stanton and Otisofthis coun and John of this Tlie daugh cra aro Thomas Singleton of Big and Sylvester wann of Veale Samuel Morehead and Joshua of east Walnut street are For ten or twelve yearn Bar r had donn little Wednes day of last week he took to his Thursday lit became unconscious and remained In that state moat of he time until He mado his ionic with his He a member of the Bethel Barber was a son of Aden a pioneer settler of comtnc hero from Sow York i Adfn Ilarhers father was soldier of the Nelson arbcr was not a soldier In the civil on account of having to take are of his own family and that of Is but belonged to tbe omc A lost an arm In the union led a few yearn Barber ausht school in Franklin the usual short In 1854 nd also In He taught wo terms In this was elect 1 justice of the peace In Veale ownship In serving four and township trustee In ing reelected in Ned Fitzgeralds death cama Dve ours after that of He had een critically 111 from September The news of his death was a rcat shock to the greater part of ashington and Daviess for ew men of bis age are better known han he Fitzgerald was born and reared la eale Ho worked north f Washington for a timo when ho a got and settled i Veale His fllbt Vklfo ed and he married againj He aves a widow and a large family f anong them being Del Cordle and Wll Uls Catherine Is Her wasa soldier In tho union rmy during hoc Ivil Fitzgerald was a bard worker and n active In politics U as bard to find a man more active r his party than ho Fitzgerald leaves two ierlff Fitzgerald of this city and ohn Fitzgerald of an aged farmer llv g on the Ietersburg st SatinUi of i of He was ill several subI siibjm t with Chairman Shonts no o sane mDson EdTth Ford man Hastings arose to Introduce the r and in this community clothing II with Carl Alva at the hall was means a good many Hstill Earl Everet Lola TltUt FKW SherleyIrwln and Wlllfrcn Au were brought fo the Ini A e creek bottoms and several other ditches here and at Sikes Some pf his spent t sawmilling andjfrle Is interested i n the stone roads building in Barr trlal in His vitality and energy one of lis years are They are lue in a great measure to his ab iana reformatory September 14 depot the train V rom Pike to ty mitttes late c prevent a mob getting them and stop at lynching ihem on n charge of train there being no and many were gathered at the doors unable to obtain an cn t rani nmd ut met the governor at the ing fifteen or t wen i account r th A was n waitin and bore standing Tho governors appeal for a gon eral assembly that will carry out the ideas of the stafe administ listened to with bis words will tluiic with tli Mihstnntlnr it nut kafer Ii trnst nn admln MVST IL1VE Tho commissioner of Internal rev enue has decided that retailers snd In other lines of business Spain came here from Ohio several years A short time ago there was a reunion of his family In that state and he intended to attend but became 111 and didnot do Ho leaves a Charles and Et and regardless of party believe in good and law t ration was that tried than tothan jquor soiling who offer bottles urn lo UIOM of conduct Or other spirituous Ifqu affairyou ran havjc no ors as premiums for orders for their people of less tilings eloije anel things In j must take put regulsr gov a strong hauil worth morethan the sounding i phrases of will be taken s next few back for panieil by tbe re composed of Judgi ipt ion has In found to be in the in the history of all people and j of all said the Charles Milton carc and cllstody of the i onn rnoPEnriEs If die of public bus The James Hill ore properties anil the bitreletis of Ihe the northwest have been lessed ers have they have to the United States Steel corpora creuseel without raise in the tax The lease of the ore proper land Ezra chm to lts Twentyinlne bodies have been re Mattingly and the The state administration Is itemious he never having covered from the West Fork mine newspaper to the parent of of onched now owns Thegeneral Meredith where the party ate think it better to have acres of Daviess county lands mate places the total number After state administration carry out for the total titnte Is practically since H tnc nn Icreiise of flj mllU In the tuij holds until the orehas been exhaus tion levjvanel the educational Instlj tntliinal levy of Is now1 00 besides what he has given to his dead at His wealth no doubt is due o his incessant shrewdness n money matters and an ability to rmlne and to let severely few Wilson has lived here ten For twentyfive years he LEFT FOR Will A Hyatt left this afternoon for where he will visit iLoule Sefrit and prob ably 1 sic by the mens the than to trust j governor and his went to the careand custody of Thomas Peoples theater for the Alonzo Greene Smith and At Dont you The ain which carried Goveror my that Thomas fifteen minutes at noon at The governor was Alonzo Greene Smith and Hen dersonwill still be Thomas bur cents hn the as WILLIAMS IX 32 cents In tHIW and Iohn sharp Williams in tho favor the last two under a demo cratic i Itc among the democratic commit tees of the country as a stump and It Is said that the de I do not wish mand upon his time Is greater than the demand for William Jennings I am not the of domestic life I am j their I j Spain are SOME GOOD The Washington National bank has on exhibition some pretty large raised by Thurman Summers of The corn In of yellow variety and some of are fourteen Inches Perry Singleton has some good white corn on exhibition there CAVK IS Considerable excitement has been created In Garrard by the discovery of a mysterious exca vation on the Goodloe onehalf miles east of BRETT CABEL BUYS Brett Cabel Saturday bought Web Ogdons north of the con tains eighty for an   

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