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   Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1907, Washington, Indiana                                if April often that sonthern Indiana sees the week of Tlaggart does not aspire to reelectio With becoming nftbd ontof the How magnanimp ft1 1 a frightful burden overwork fhurtaH has to Some of the newspap everything from a picket fence to a i mercurial patrons the Bloomlngton iht pi who are trying to run the schools for the schj d through the medium of town meetings ai the Thereis no surer way to ruin the schoffis to encourageinsubordination among the teacTfl of the The besfjcitUefis are prpnpsfng an archy to correct md burglary VIn cennes must be worse than a acting mining amp In the deserts I j Further on in the story of thj organization of this vigiance committee Is the Tecpjni lendatlon thai every householder of the city provide ia ijjn or som jweap pn of and to protect his I oine against any and all using the a effectively butusing discretionan j good so that no innocent person nifty These citizens who are advised to turn their fliiarms oil trespassers Am fnnorl f thttK d thatlt istaport istake forj al speak Orafters must come to the end of their rone They jnay ride in chaises for butfsiSS for them can be but Mayor Schimifct Francisco and his familiar the disreputablft Bent had things their own way for a the plundered city is having Its Ijjfc are to that tie sometimes find It necessary to gf about the alleys in the performance of their ant not to shoot a policeman by Seems to us the ayerag why the vigilante dp not fcgln If such an organization asthe there must be with the offlcersof the Ho a community are better community and It miy be league should start its refifrm j person wU wonder mjthe lorrective Ipaguei Is Ing radically wrong of orj worse the hat the corrective tha the corrective t Its own II of the milk supply of Columbus bS he board of health of that city ctty shows it to be of Jbw test showed the output of a dairsS tow as eighteenths of one per in butter faig the law requires at least four per Otherj rfittes might do well to follow the example of Columf ISns in looking milk The truth never will catch up with that He abon lief service of the Seymour bloodhounds In murderer of the Wratfen family In this count rly fourteen years The dogs were a flat i as dogs are nearly And they are untrustworthy that there is too mnch uncertainty jtpont them even if they should be on the right i l For want of a nail the shoe was lost For want of a shoe theiorse was lost For want lot a horse tie rider was All for the want of horseshoe of a String the Bvansville olis train from Evansville to this city was four I purs late Tuesday The engine broke down andtherewasnt a string the PLAYING It is given out that the inalpcfc men pf Evansvilie are going to attack the Sunday iHosing they have set the second April asj the day to begin the ifore saloons jfilli be thrown open that day by ganlzatlon of the liquor menl If this story Is thj are doing nothing more on Their agitation of the subject wftl draw renewedjat tentlon to their unpopular trafflj against them more of the confiervj nity that now are indifferent i tq temperance The eal irient withj i jj jnsville salpon men r Our esteemed friend the Seymour Republican Slows a trifle of temper about The Heralds remarks the Carter once of Sey There never was a greater fraud than these agmeCarter They were brought dPwn Ve to tracethe Wratteh family and they ere a flat failure from start to Yet the own them all over the oorintry for years fol Idtwing that time as the dogs that ran down the Wrat ti it wjliLarray iyes Inthejcbmiiiu the spread of the ons have hadvto close on Sundays the first last Januanr for the first time in theShlslory of The order for this i was Issued i by Mayor Boehne a year following time he wjent into A German Boehne iwas in clined to look with much libefalitfon ba loon but his experience in office brought a change in his and the Sihdky closing order j i i It ought to be plain to the saloon men that this course of the mayor is effect of public sentiment against the the more nbtorlety the the stronger will more restrictive if tj or the citizens have1 and are not going to stand by the weaker sex3the phone j T If the Call elects to tak Sidesiji a labor contro It has that and io should enter Jan for It Is public privilegeto take notice of public IjButfhen a paper goes that far as to advocate the unAmerican and un righteous practice of the Is shaming jit self and the community support The boycott is the most cowardly andIndefensible act j In modern civilization that dpesj pot per sonal or property violation as this jn In by the Llnton Call Is encourages and makes possible the methodsof Corntjlius j GAMBLING IN FORT always never dull contemporary the WayneNewsas taking a fall out of the gamblers of thattown just Follow Ing Is an extract from a lurideditorial In the News the other We have noj doubt tfiat when the Wayne gamblers read the News casiigation of they simply went out and dried upland blew The News said complacently tolerate many plague places that count their victims by th hundred and which visit upon them a disease more noxlpus and more fa tal than any which physicians For it is a dis ease which fastens its terrible tentacles upon the minds of unfortunates and clutches them with crushing and destroying It holds them as the luckless Laocoon was held in folds that mangled the life they fed a desirethat does not merely attack the were a trifle in which i Wrecks the marking it with livid scars and leaving it pal sied and incapable ofj sustaining re pulsive and hideous In Its deformity fa the eyes of all This awful disease is In Its virulent and pestilential form it rages here in Fort yet not so much as red flags of warning are hung from the many pest holes where its dissemina tors ply their ghoulish On these plague spots are made attractive and Vic tims are enticed by luxurious environment and are pampered while they are Inoculated with disease and robbed of their TJnder tjio protection of the police this snaky Infamy rears its crest and fas tens its envenomed fangs In all whq venture with in the radius of its It Is nof concealed It vaunts itself It is unashamed and un It defies public opinion1 an sneers at the laws enacted for its of the nuntira arei of U 9 we that doves1 are ever before i orej plentiful In southern Indiana than they have been troatel stated for a killing for the way as fowl may bfe f i f H n apite of thi fact that for several years en icon8idert legitimate pursuit for the fowling i Doves ai and they have game brn i in most of the southern Ume I e law that permitted their season In tW fall was not out of Since the lo we con ede quails and water adjoiirned State Fish and MOB Beasley went A Wheatland Dlxon went on Henry Sefrtt went tcjjl Washington went t Cannelbnrg they will efface their buslne the public the demfrnd for saloon men are i as much as possl The Bloomlngton public has bullyragged the school board of that town into reemploying the strik This was ian example of the folly of atpden public raised by unreasonable talk TBe people of Bloomlngton should let the school beard manage the schools without outside Interfer is the board never can have any good In fjaence over the i following this enforced act Mat puts a premium on If the mem Iwrs of the board had any regard for their own dlg would resign at The running the public schools from a hall1 nfetlng NO wonder there are whftecaps In Monroe VINCENNES jj There is no getting around th neighbors are panic Sundays in fact that onr Vin about conditions ack declares ress dlsPatches say that Congressman Nick noted mostly because he is the husband cfjthe presidents is obstructing the entry Injo the exclusive clubs ofi Washington of a French performed a similar service for Long wdrth when the Cincinnati congressman was in that is one way to although hardly the Araerican It Is suggestive of Senator Tinmans of In a New York club patronized ny the scions of Gothaim One whis comes Blank and he threat en to kick me the first time he meets me In a pub U9 sha I do if he comes over here Sit down was the laconic The city of Vlncennee is in i dSpldrable We have in our midst the girig of that ever Infested a We have robberies and one pfi large JJe boldness of which makes oriei The worst ma not If this murderers i and Sieves are not robberies fires and mJrder IS11 resultSomething quick severe must be This gang is being harbpiSd by a couple of dive The people in authBrlty must us their Influence in the right dlrectlonoff the wrath f the oglzens will be harderto the acts of the rl j Commercial is doing ifght thing iulrbus the public to i realization Jthe situation but Hemenway has the correct idea of the raarpad Public agitation of the railroad conditions is not Is the conduct of the and gamblers that the dis I said j the senator the other that the fact that It Is shown that the proceels sold by the great railroads of the country i5B found their way into new improvements and additional but that a considerable per has gone into the pockets of the promoters has i inore to create In the minds of the ttpj ey Blenders and to weaken their confidence to securities that has all the legislation enacted oyj ongress andthe state legislatures Men capital seeking a safe investment want to know iey loan to railroads and other cor invested in the improvement of the the security for their Recent disclosures have resulted In their los teij it tor this charcter of iSns j WANING WILLY Randolph the unspeakable New is less of a menace to the country the Chicago election proved again that the peo ple ft the United States are beginning to understand Hearst went to Chicago with his foul amis ing outfit of yellow journalism and attempted a mayor there after his own He and he slunk back to New York with his tin There are many circumstances election that the country many con Kself beyond the fact that the city Isto be governed for fourjyears by a re An who has Shown executive and business The protest against the socialistic theories ot pa ilic ownership was even more emphatic than the prow anted repudiation of The success LSf118 been teken as personal tri and would have given the New standing In Oie nextnational democratic rhich would have been embarrassing to As it It looks like the end 01 Mt has been only a de and element In the democratic He has succeeded 1m nothing W in tearing and ft will be strange if the party does not altegb Urn before ICUs possible for a newspaper to Jo too far In In flflailng the popular Is the sjgges tifci of the mob in words tjjait Js Just exactly Mai of was terror tulips and murderers the newspa meetings talked mob law so Then these same newspapers had invited anarchy bad to appeal to thejgoy nw of thri state for protection and only ago Ijwhen by a igangi of and Citizens In thatthemob ern scores I were killed by the It is a dangerous of LOCAL SELF Ua was order Inyoke the isplrjt ch good is sure to come out of the subject of self goyij It good that i the present idis bment for ere is too niuch o pn interference with the cities by the wiestlon of partisan politics tjo often entering Into legislative acts affecting i i apparent that there is a growing sentinient favorffig the throwing of more the Igcal The republican legislature Just passed a bill taking froiji the governor pf the sWte the authority to appoint boards jln cities of a certain Thefblll went through both house and the senate Without a great ideal of regardless of the it was measure advocated only In the state piati form But there was s bill both and republlini r It he change did not meet thoSJ approval ofj the and he Feeling Ihe necessity lfor standing by the governor of their 41fe political fajttij the republicans of the house refusedtd pass thej bill over the although there Is the houses was with the hill M i PENALTY FOR i The unfortunate attitude of the governor toward the question of capital coupled with his recent acts In commuting the death penalty In three Is bringing many protests from Ijhe newspapers of the We append a specimen which is from the Wayne a ifadlcal republi can paper ji Governor Hanly persists in regarding his own opin ion as superior to that of the public ttnd the law of His action in commuting death sen tence passed on two vicious murdefers Is not so much Indicative of Governor Hanlys fender heart as of his consuming vanity bjis resentment of the failure of the leglslatuie to abolish capital punishment at his command It will be remembered that when Governor Hanly addressed the legislature on this subject he as much as said that If no action were taken he wouldexercise his power under the law and commute all death And he has been making his threat j He saved the neck of a peculiarly offensive muriderdia few weeks i ago and now he steps in Gov8rnor Hanly is simply abusing his He is exerolsing In every case that comes before him a prerogative placed In his hands to be used only In rare It a power which few of his predecessoraJUn office have ever exercised and it goes withoutsaving that Gov ernor Hanlys policy Is most offensive a great ma jority of the people of Governor Hanly no doubt regards his opinion as much more consequen tial than statutes and popular but it does not follow that he Is A wiser executive would have waived his own prejudices fn tills matter and have carried out the law he swore to support when he took It seems to us that the News Is ljustja little intem perate In its but it must beiadmltted also that the governors uncompromising stafad has invited sharp The state of Indiana isjjnot ready for the doing away of capital for and the trouble is that the governors Bourse will be taken by too many of the people to be what It is characterized by the Wayne ajjdetermination to place his personal feeling above boiji the laws of the state and the sentiment of the Game Comml eloper Swee ey has been flooded with requests for djtest Q f new fish and game issue I twhichgives the gist of the laws as theyare Thejstatement follows Prohibit possession of quails from January 1st to November 10thi i appllcab a to1 Incorporated storage companies as jvell ks todlT Cats bagjllinit s andducks to fifteen per Any having tinted three days or more haVp a tal M fbrtyflve of killed by himself during ai ch Provides joplen seaBoi i or from Septem ber 1st to tha following A rll Prohibits shootll g at all Open jsqu July 1st to October Hays b 11 osed j season on November 1st tp following Julyyjand section COS of the law lj90S makes it mlawful to hunt any kind of game October 1st to November The two lajws mftkies open season on squirrels from July lati to pctobafc 1 Makes ft July 1st to October and Novopbej fothito January Any resident iandlow er mpy his own landanywhere in without and his children living with so hia are given if J 8 or they hunt anywhere xception his wn license must be licpnie bteing obtained of the clerk of Newton Cassldy A jrisitlng at i Wade Gootee of here to Joseph Dages Sat a if i John Green went Jo Washing ton James Ash of 1 here land was George Smith ofLocgobtee was re here to on a f John Smoot of Wash ngton here Elmer Carrlco of Cantielburg was here Jj T James Bramble i riiturned Llnton been f attndfaiK the Thomas Hefferni wl verely injured aboi face one day last from i come to town and Ills wonnds Thetwo Easter given by the school Sunday forenoon l nd Bonder night were rhe chnceli was so crowded manj were compelled to I Bal Corbin of Dngger railed r i i In the state that the ir Marlon counl Brewer of Was here Miss Annie Glenn from Hugh Baker built to his J1 ashin ngton was Dn fi Ishaving ki returned Miss Jane Freeman ofOdon ted here j Elmer Courtney jutt fiunlQr ed at Washington Easter exareiies licld at Christian church Myers of KUwra peat Sunday withUs family at to j The Misses Effle yiammerfelt nd Ruby Darnell left Themdajr for Hen jj t Arlle Davis abd Howard Hardin left Tuesday for llebnuka whan 4 addition they will spend thefi iimi wjien tie y such llcen ppllcant except being obtained at the commlsslonerjs office In i tha state house In Marlon Hcfenfies Costs one and the com missioner of fisheries and must spend onethird of all such license money Ip buying quail and other species of gajne for distribution throughout the state for the purpcjse ojf the state with such live Allows bjookiaiid line Ashingthe year around in all the waters of state in Bass It be ing unlawful jto ftslj ice in that The restrictions p roviijdd foi Jn fectloniCIC of the acts of relatlvn the are still In i M rf of fish In this state is prohib and pnx f oflsajeioroff r of any such fish Is prlma facie evidence that such jflsh were In this J lone but officers of i the fish and game commissioner may and the and on a conviction forpossession or use of such anjl the like Blade before any fee can be collected forseizing or id istroylng Legalize sale of game fish caught i i i any jprivate but person selling or shipping s ich fish must present af fidavit that si ch flyhi were cpught in a private and a private pond is defined to mean i any body of water greiter than ten af res lying wholly within or upob the lands ofjany George Bright was here ij i Miss Mary Wathen is jerking for Michael ij Brewer of AVftsjjIngton vis ited here last ij The oil men are still working here to secure S Brewer returned to Washington 1 j Mlehabls went to Loogootee Miss Nettle Baker retprned from Washington McPherspnJf went to Washington Cleses Walker pf Ed Is seriously i i James of Bed ford was here i Over worth of jegks was shipped from here Saturjayj The Misses Beul Bffle Flat fitaby Haul Dajner Jnd Opal Black were at Odonj Ed Dagley of Jadnyllle W pur chased onethhd Interest In V Cherfys general wJlf move his family he Will Al Milt Nugent and M were at Washingto to take the teache Noble English of Wednesday while in the log yard at the Melshiemer got hla leg caught under a log It was broken near the a nest Cora Nugent last Saturday s last Racket Ketnoval April 11 k when But ANARCHY IN Tlj cennes is getting together a vigilance commit tee to protect against Think of you The oldest town in the northwest talkinj anch an secret and tte organizations sometimes made in fron tfet Where officers and courts were weak and We read in the Commercial that the prganlwtlon Is to ibe known as the VIncennes Cor laague that it consists of 100 sworn to In case of where united force Is certain flre alanm is to be turned to which every member must respond with all assembling at a designated prepared to handle forcibly antfsnmmarily the subject at By j the rules of society at VIncennes ought JO be In advance of every other city In all the old NbSiiwest for there was the start of or ganJzedfgoVernment In all this vast If there is a plage where the law as It Is written should be re It to Yet here are hundred that place admitting that the law is a fail proposing anarchy as a remedy for certain in the It is This league can mean nothing else than the of the theory of lynch dangerous One hundred sworn bandedtogether to handle forcibly and mind secretly the violators J was with the If tfa author of the bill to change hai so it would not go Intojefrect close ofethe executive the grpppsed ehangei would hjtye had more It change the middle of the time If ierylde might operate discredit the present and the argufient was well TJjeWchange in this ought to Sfe If It Is at3fc TjeginnlngTof the gubernatorial j il NEWSPAPER M Thereiifenothing unusual or extraordinary in tie finding pMnconsistencIes in our brilht but erratic friend thefLlnton The Call pepdent except when It is to dp some gopd for democratic But tie worst Jspasin that thrown Is this in one cpl umn it assumes tp correct the Jabpr uiipns of Llntpn for their dJpant attitude in relation1 tqlcertain factor while ljj another column t calls people far the sake ofcthe labor unions to bpycftt theCentral Union Telejikone which in a difficulty with Its striding girl The sayii in ref erence to demand of some mill wcfjcmen for bet ter wages nL i j To closep the mill or any other tnahnfacturlng enterprise death blow to manufaP turlng Just now we have a chafee of securing some and we could get but for fear that the at large have of orgahizffl labor In this It hasgkept many factories put ilt can still or geta lot ofthem j And theqjjthe paper makes a frantic appeal tot the destructijlJb of the telephone comppnys In these impassioned words there Is no time f4i thd sooner this corporation Is brought tti time the Itwill foifcyour organization andfor the citizen of ItHs time for you to gettofw6rk and dp all In your pigper to see that orgariizef labor Is nod disgraced by feing forced to let a coloration like the Central Uqlon Telephone company Sell you what to do and allow them to world or fcpae of organized aMany of the AS TO PUNISHING We are afraid that the governors course in com muting the sentences of murderers will give hew force to the mob The strongest argument used by the advocates of lynch law Is that the courts and executive clemency permit too many jpurderers to escape the proper No doubt tiere Is much sentiment among the people In opposition to capital but it likewise Js true that sentiment is in the The action of the laijt reinforced as U was by the press proves conclusively that Indiana Is not ready to abolish the death The judges of the criminal courts Indiana are above the average in legal tajjing the bar of the state as a It is not likely that they are swayed by intemperate public sentiment It is likely that any of would perniit the death sentence to be Imposed on a prisoner before him un less the prisoner had had a fair and an impartial trial before a Jury of Such beingijthe dt seems to us the state executive ought to move with great caution In extending clemency to convicted mur It is the duty of the governor of tneJstate to up hold the dignity of the judiciary as welt as it is his duty to protect a citizen who may haive been mistreated In the The bringing into con tempt is a dangerous practice and unless develop ments subsequent to the trial of a convldted man in dicate that the verdict was an the aijt of the ex ecutive In setting the courts judgment is cal culated to weaken the Influence and destrpjr the power of the The governor of the stajfe may be a good lawyer so is the lawyer that sits the circuit court The governor may be and an honest man so is the And it Isfnot reason able toargue that the governor can maketfi better es timate of the real situation than the judge on the i Reports Jujjt an elec tric lighting qxpert upon operation of municipal lighting plantsIn Indiana sfipw thatjmuniclpal owner Shop hasjibeenisuchMa general fallifrq that many cities and towns haye already abandoned pr sold their mu nicipal nlantsj andjjthe indijiatlons are that several others wfll follow suit during the Complaint Is made that asjjthey have done In other have used friiinicipal employes for political purposes havo appointed employes men to whomithey jbwed j political jfavorsj and without any regard tq theltj ability do jthe wcjrk This has resulted InthS rauld deterioration of the municipal plantpi In poor and high cost of the pnde thes conOJtlons the towns which have given oyer their now obtain private lighting themselves while other towns which still operate their own works find the tkx the discontent of Chesubuscojspent for alighting was unabte to make the first pjayment on Its bonds and sold the Michigan and all sold their plants after va rious periods ThetMaloffe plant sold at a loss of tMtchigaiji plant Brought only investment was sold ifor jank utrid the Montpeljer outfit cost f i haft ihad a bitter A private cPhcernj i to furnish light at a lamp a urged by the citizens lor a imunlclpil only to find a few yearsj illghts were costing them a year1 burhed 6n ija moonlight For somelthne the city has trying to sell the plant and i obtain ligbf tromja private concern but without i i j of Marlon Have iforlia lonsitlme complained about the heavy post light the poor service and the increase ln tax rates necessary to maintain the At JGpodl ind the debt fe increasing yearly and the lights now cist hour while the average cost of lights by private companies the country over Is an Much dissatisfaction is ex pressed with the plant at i The plant at Muncie wap a failure and a plrivate company Is now supplying jthe j The plant a Logansport cost and A lecent investiga tion showed that 127 people wjth a piill were getting light Maiy citizens pf where the lights now cost an honr wantthe plant and the same condition exists at i Henry Bohnert of Qlln prfl spent Sunday here with his faq llyL and Arthur tldwell of are hereon a The Daily Brothers iust re ef ived two car loads ijf f Michael ZInkan car load of stock to Cincinnati The Inman Will preach at the churchSundiy Michaels and George Drew drove to Washington j Thurs j N 2 1JOO Frank Parker has movoS Montgomery Mercantile to the companys Grant Myers is s The heavy frost night did but little damage to the fiiultiln this I rionsly ill and not expected to he than a few J William Myers of Pialnvllle vis ited Charles Summers and ifamlly over f Homer Wildrlge and Bradley have joined the marines at I The Misses Willie and Blanche Thompson went ton i I Bernard Spaulding has acce ited a place In the Peoples Natlolal bank at J Arch Karr will do sonje heavy farming this summer as hd has rented two i Margaret Slater of WaLhlng ton is here visiting her Bert Joe Boeder returned fc Terre Haute Tuesday after visaing his family here a few j and Urlas Hlpsiur went to Martin county Friday o attend the wedding of a Several of our citizens will go to REAL ESTATE Judson Jett et al Horrall and w pt nwq pt nwq si t2 r7 Vorls and w jjo Vorls wd pt awq sZ4 U r6 37a Martha Williamson and h to Fullerton and w Washington lot 13 Clark Wilsons 2d Hugh McKeman and W to Carson and w wd pt loc 250 13 r7 i Moore and w Nancy Moore wdneq seq slO t5 r6 600 ThoebeJSlms to Effle Strange qcd nhf swq s33 t5 rC 1 Andrew Everett and w to Eeverett and w wd lots 27 and 88 pt lots 28 and 89 Turners 1st add fp Ella Hastings t4 r7 pt to Qeorgie neq seq s2 20 next tigate the oil fields Littell and w etial to Littell wd pt neq seq s2 H r7 pt lot 45 Gilley and w et al to Hedrlck wd whf neq seq and seq seq 830 13 rB sWq swq s29t2 r5 Taylor w to Mar garet Brown wd und Int pt nwq s5 tl r5 pt neq 16 tl r5 400 Margaret Brown and n to Brown wd pt eh S tl r5 pt whf nwq s5 1500 Austin Sharum Is tho naw jjook keeper In the First National ibank to succeed Bernard Martin Jochum took sudden Fridaj morning and for a iim 45 TO THE i Every year sees more persons engaged in the study of the and every one of at onpe a champion of the feathered without which pur fields and meadows and Janes woods be as unsprung Wlse Jaws are protecting the song but more effective than the laws Is the sentiment demand Ing that the birds be let alone because of beau ty and As a result of this ftheRobins and meadowlarks are reasonably free from hudian moles jtatlon save where the country has to deal the new jklnd of foreignborn citizens who think that every jfeathered thing is meat for their dirtyjbladfc I The farmers these are morealive the portance of the and they are encouraging them In every As Colonel Haskins has pointed nearly all the birds of whatever kind do vastly more good In destroying Insects vermin thajs they do damage to the grain fruit trees poultry i wnue others are refuning to use the if your phones are Hot from your homes Pr iBace of busl e paid for and tprdajthe Central its brags about feW orders that br the removal of telepjidnes Over already notified thq that their ness they Union Is mak today the on AMONG OUk i 1 i Con paign i Louis Harrlmans ttn president and the re publican party will not delay by a single hour such proceedings as the government mi have been pre paring against tibem on bhargeg of violating the Sherman or pttifir antitrust The democratic partys ostentatious sponsorship for Harriman In 1907 will not gain a single vote for the unfortunate who will head the democratic tlck t In These charges abont tie raising and tie speqdlng of money In the campalgr oj 1904 of no concern to the people of National canva ises jcpst a gooH deal of and t ouBandi of pen bns jolq in contribu ting this mpnejt Each nationl committee reaches out for all the money which It can Tom In running RPrFarkers tfanyass In earnestly so licited money fram ieverybpdy ihom he supposed would furniih tie thankfully iaccepted all that caoae td SP long as pi rsons contribute thir own money for such i purposes hey j violate no human or i Theyassume that thei money Is to be put to Wiffli Clevelands friend the bead of Ithe suga nlade his big contribution t to Clevelands1 campaign in 1888 the republicans jhaq no light tojfcomplaln Whitney and Hjjvemeyerj it understood at the put up Clevelajnd but wasnone reppbllcan partis s and the republicans if aid nothing about i j The campaign contributions by the i officers of ijhsuitanoe companies orother corpora IonsWhjch Involve thfe of mon ey that doesinof belongjito has been stopped by thejact recentlypass d by he republican congress andi slbned a repub Icanj and this sort of contributing ought it hafe been stopped long Aplde from tills aspedt of tfie matter the y Hi it was thought he could not Gary of Brandy w 10 is president of the First National jank was here Tuesday andiWednes S Miss Annie McTegart of Washing ton spent Sunday here with i her and WrSJ liloyd I j who had farm dislocated one day last weeKf by be ing thrown out of a Is Im 3 The Moran of passed through lore Saturdajj on his way to Alfordsvllle to preifch i on i and Charles Hardly i of Washington spent Sunday wljjh Hartlys and Mri Keep in the band jfoncert Alvilda Farrls and h to John Thomas wd pt sWq nwq slS t2 r6 3a 1100 Letha Chamberlain to Smith and wWdWash Ington lot 57 George Hyatts add 876 Sims and w Kra mer wd Washington pt lots 56 and 57 old town 1 1100 Emma Cosby to Sims wd pt loc 134 t3 r7 1800 Wadsworth to Heilmah Wadsworth wd Washington lots 3 and pt 2 Ayerjfc add pt 43 and 42 Hyatts add c 1 Hell man Wadsworth to Wadsworth and w wdgsame as above 1 Pauley and w newq neq cor swq swq s33 15 r6 Elk and w to ijtartln wd Washington lot 3JT Hy atts eastern add 3600 Vollmer and w to Brewer wd Jots Turners 1st Addle Buckler to WJ i Hayes wd whf seq s20 r7 80a neq neq s29 U The recent legislature a bill makes the killing of doves unlawful at ail IKJbeing the opinion of the house and the senate jmenibers that the dove Is not a game Whether is should be so jClassed Is a debatable In inany respects it he dove Is entitled to a place with the game jind its shrewdness in eluding the hunters it is pretty well able to take care of Most i only nection has i on of apy conse uence this con ny of the leenused to buy or otherwise Imjjix y i IfT 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