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being made IA tart co jlr aerie a t
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kiateri landmark ef Itt isute 1liit
ls tbf bId log hutwber ha 7byears4 J o
the fiApUl ootnfestaii flxtd pe elk
dlatiapaWi s the poiiUoal fc i of In
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About lef three years alter the suit t
bad bcoM admitted te tha union It
was decided to remove the Capital from
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HOUSE yriTtr A HISTORT
Hoosler L wmaher8 Used to Meet Within
Iff Plain Walla
Corjrdon to a more central point in the
state It was realised that Corydon
waa too far south to ever become a
permanent Capital and when thelcglv
latbre decided upon atbauge the goy
era men t offered tho state four wcUtfns
of land Ivlnff together at any one
point they might select
Tho legislature of 1819 appointed a
committee to locate the new capital
On the 7th of June 1820 this commit I
tee congregated with John Connor at
Strawtowni and began their famon a
session The old log house still stand
and it la bne of the landmarks that It
s now proposed shall be preserved
The tradition at Strawtown IB that
the present crouoroads village eameI
within one vote of being the capital c4
the state The story has it that but
for one of the commissioner going I
fishing the day the balloting on location I
took place Strawtown wouldhavewon
and baUa StrnwtownW1uldhaTewon
farmland V1 i
Four locations had Beep proposed j
John Connors represented the Straw J
town location The present site of thej
capital just 20 miles further down the j
river and the bluffs near Waverly iu
Morgan county 20 miles still further
down were the principal points con >
Jderecj
Yet it la known that Strawtown was
formidable factor In the considera I
tion of the oommissloners despite the I
regarding i
ing the selection of a new location at j
Strawtown was made by John Tiptoo
and is summed up in a line in his state 4
mentYcry uneven good water fioel
springs 20foot fall if level on top would t
be the most beautiful spot t have ever j
seen
IIeenIn
In 1821 the legislature acted on the n
report and the appropriation was made
for the erection of the new statehouse
at Indianapolis then a barren section 1
of land j
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The legislature of 1825 met In the new j
statehouse The town was really inac
cesslble and was possibly the most try
tlIng i
daily ia the dead of winter when the
legislature met The nearest point of
civilization was Connersvlllc 50 miles
away and It Is claimed men had to f
ride their to get their tobttccur The
change t5 years has worked lies been
magicalsand Indianapolis today 1s j
quite a different matter
PREMIER OF AUSTRIA <
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Count Clary Cboicn br Emperor
I ranola Joseph b n Young Man
< of Fine Abilities
The new premier of Austria Count
Manfred Olary ldringeu was born on
May 30 1852 Educated at Vienna unl
teriiU be began life as a clerk In tho
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COUNT CLARYALDntNGEN t
Recently Appointed Prime MInUtw of
Austria
civil serrlce and subsequently became
libiXtenaut in a lancer regiment Ic
turf tg to clTll life he was for ttlanyt
yenta s an Important position in bct
pub < service rat Klngenfurt Later A
he Ipftme goverubr of Styrla Count It
Clarylils a younger brother of Prince fi
CarlqClaryAiaring The family ia
J1ed from a Boberalhn nobleman Q
uf tlifti lxteenth century and the title r
of pernpe was bestowed on the head of li
the ffitnlly Jn J767 It
gahlegrasnionly it
only one per vent of the 1etratpi t
sent over awns are ccacQrnetj with tai t
Hy or private matters TU bret are
commercial journalistio or official I
IcOUlmerQJl
The If I a cm Wr < 1robe
t hp Qamane > Apraeslt1oaard speads 0
T1 > odaep t ea say etherrejal J
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Thttfe U i saute 11 bej who lw t1 rtt
admirer 01 aHiijkUini and > bim his
loving ultaole bOlht him a pcI of
young one Mimt time ago be wpnfs
aCreme jnp N 1
hliothero
couldlid 1uidi1dm Ih rave 1
them Gki Hitt she wanted to I
take hiin dbavii ijta new pair of I
hOflHojI
But all 1 ilcllyenough
and aftrtr I Ii C fettled In the
litrcet cardc ij con trutulating
ontrutulahnghCr84lf
herself upptJ pV i gt crnuient of
the youth n hia ijoddcnly a yell rarig
out beside her < bllowcd by one er
shrieksShe
She looked roy W in wonder and
then gave ft gall of borraand dis
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may
There sat heryjinnghopoiU bliE
fully displaying tike babj gator upon
uponthe
the scntr hile another poked its head
from UQ front of his clean white
blouse tUJth8t jBinay of a couple of
elderly J aafcotiutbj who w rcrfak
mg trnoksJ MM ylR tear end ot the ar
while ono p 0 other people of the
fcminiQi a ozl were flying tJ
etress signal and the men with one
accord leaned back la their seats and
roarod i
The alligators word quickly sup
pressed and taken home company
with their young maater wiio went
to bed unusually early that day
ayAnd
And now whenever his mothcriake
him out sho searches him before they
leave the houEC C3eVelan Plain
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Strange Fancies of the itfa tires en First
Seems an Iran goo
The children of the Assert were
filled with awe when r ysfhc dlcnce
of tho primeval eolitnde Vdl broken
by this puffing of the steam engine
Down at the other end of tho Cape to
Cairo lino the simple Matabcle when
first confronted by a locomotive were
Certain that thi strange machine WM
worked by the labor of an indefinite
number of oxen which they assumed
were shut up inside Hence when
tho engine stopped they gathered ia
curious crowds waiting to eec the ootll
open andthe oxen come out nor ccral4 > I
they for many days be persuaded that i
the power of the locomotivo could
come from other tlianthe Btrjangt ° of
trnP21Wofthe I
marc imaginatiYethan the blathIele
saw in tho fire horse of the railway
one of the Djinne of the Ambit
Nights harnessed by the magic ef
tho infidel to the long train of can
Tho steam engine was to them alir
ing sentient being Of which belief
there is curious evidence in the fact
that oh one occasion flfteikimade
impassioned remonstrance against tho
cruelty of making 10 imall an tbglne
draw so huge a train Windsor MAl 1
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A YOUTHFUL PESSIMIST
Boy Who Saw Ho Joy la 1 Rifer Antid
patton or Realization
A New England school teacher pre
serves among her treasures the com
position of a former pupil a boy of
12 It has its pathetic side as the
meagerness of the bOya life may ba
raconjectured
Tho subject given was JAnlicip
Hon Do you enjoy it as much ag re
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Dictionari B were diligently coax
suitedstrata the general rote placed
anticipation ona high plane of des
light Nbtsb wrote the solnn faced
faceddboy
Anticipation h when jbn think
about things beforehand K itss bat
ing your toeth out that it muck
picrocs
rocs you cant help worrying about
tho weather
weatherRealization
Realization is when the things
youve thought about boo ehand
happen Having your teeth om is a
little worse than thinking about U
Sunday school pionics would bje nee
if it didnt rain but when it rains
they put them ofnd then Uiodaj
they have thorn generally yocant i
goJamoB ppoiJ > nMTQ olden Days
The TRarcelii Pot
A parcels P tu ice forthmcoun
tr1 trip 1w ben thing of t 1i in
tnre and thfiprosent fate of None
leant an auno lon merchandise be re
amed Woyb1iS19 a UiJifor rate t
of eightcr tdnoonld pound could i
result tn rhorhrpmont corrylng
ivhliethe
Itho express tea would matjB 1
their rates 81vfpr short dintflijtrtf
that palrPuiJt 9tPt l that series
to the ttofit ftlftiJiB I
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fine appetia ripe old ag t
aregotneoftesultsof the use tl1
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w derful a dk yin ti
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storms lldi tnsti ati1
billowv a torpid liverI
and nil kinct d eases I
Tutts ler PiUs I
C I1I1UIUIHr telt
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prgn Hi wrl V
1 Wye nOt ft tLh 1 hn1c1ug
cough far n yt uttthought I had
the coiBumpi P tried u grout
moray remedi liihWna under the
cnro oC phyaioi for ay rat months
I used one bo brtfolojH HOOBJ
and Tur utul J red raH and L bava t r
not boon troi Aeltlcd Sold Ivy b
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A substantia cQf othicd Is much
more vuluablo i u his t6ric coat of
uterus
DIGEST IUR FOOD bi
Ninety per cent dl slclinm la canaed t > >
food not bolus pro digested It croato pol
Boas and roes Into blood an4 then von s re t
j 1 able to a1wet as o the human yst
a heir to Uso Dr stollta Gerpla tIrl I
Powder add ate ro ultaxI tIrli
tbo ood eQedaf ago d Iva i
J trial and bo coil icic
Or SpruYour um balsam Crea
Your CoughJIJt the Modlolno
foe idren
Kmlo by
Anderson A Fow
Men wbofiltoftlr courage UBually
falter when tho o lj
i d
Tiled J Dec e
Mrs FrabcioSSfl 1ciesour to
1ciesourValley
net trouble for r f fir e
doctors With utJS tbre I
bottles of eti dtn oar effect
od perfcroAu fusel Fow
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hero feoms tinAe boons jins
f ncJortnuding ab t thooldJifH i ± ho r
OldJitl1c
tieead the cowelip >
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i1 aG Tlir 16 olutelyt etl I
rJHlJtJQY Jar allArdis olth0 IM root °
Cheat and Lung Deale Brtref aUH
thorized th guarat eit to give aatia
foctiou Accept li BUbijtivuW An
demon Fowler 1
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C0 Joliir jOur putRtion rJl1u a
ditituthanue 1r
ditituthanueTboteltr I y s I
There Art them
There aio duller hill toui 6tbau
+ Dr MHulfubrtilM Jblll and Fever
Cure but if you p ohafiea battltf of
uls rl + nitdv Hud A nut convinced
iltlit itiH Iliitu t xl > tiiiitn rrnf fhnvft
> vorttButi Tfcttrtnnul will bo feflitid
dJlJ8fPatlfilca I
t + rico f0ceJtlfi
All that wijoie oflifeoldera know of
pniitjcfll utatm y jkhB aubatitutjou
tf beer for wintry dug the caul
pftigu I > M
1 C ppfd bIUdst tilled lips a Jj A a
roitghliessof the iki catedtlntoA 1yr
by Biuiiitir Snlvo tw must hwullUi
tiluuuvut in thu wdBd 2 > o Sold
try AudelslU FOWl
The mnu with the tired f Iliul
seldom fuulH for otheL
A TIMELY INT
you should be wUaand s that yonr bipod u
jlctt and pure and your wli la system put W A
perfectly healthy coudltlo by the Uile 01 Dr
tjarlsteiue Oetmau Liver gwder TLien yo
fevateotda
vlll bo free from malaria rphold tev fcoldlt
and thp grip Dr Carlat its German Liver
Powder is the beat m < jdlclti < monqy can buy
For your Cold try ir Qitqs Spruce
Gum Balsam Prloi 260 and606
a Bottl 4
Poroalat
Anderson kFowiot
Theres a story of la farmer and
his son driving a loaato market Of
the team they were diving one waN
a steady reliable old gray mare the
other atractioue balky black horse
On the way the wagon was stalled
and the black horse sulked and re
fused to pull Whatllvvedofather
saidt
the father I guess well have to
fay the gad on tha old gray That
homely compliment to women HThe
mares thu better horse suggests
how often when theres an extra
strain to be borne it is hud on the
womans back How often she
breaks down at last undar the add
ed weight ofaome ultlststraw
Women who are dragging along
wearily through life can gain real
strength by thW a olf Dr Fierce 8
Gt ld krt Medical Discovery It puts
balk iu concentrated form the
str0nKih making material which
working t + ornln use up more rapidly
thaptt can be restored by Nature
ippt ie ordinary processes of nour
Jjjlirneat and rest Dr Pierce IB
Pleasant Pellets are universal
iiuyont with women because they
are tt4y to take and thoroughly
ace QJ tF in curing the conaequauo w
lf o lar1p41ic
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dints on ita lines in
the youth to huge list of summer
resbrtB lit the ortb Its fast double
aily t eiirvioe I St Luis Chicago
ChicagoOiocitin
Cincinnati all Louisville enabloa one
o teftch quicfly and comfortably the
Mountain r rtaof Virginia the
iWhite MQUO ins dpd Seaside of New
England th < rhousand Islands the
Jahd and for t resorts of Michigan
Wisconsin t d ° Minnesota the Hot
SprioRQ of A arises the Yellowstone
Park or the sorts of Colorado
Tickets nn full information as tp t
tales in co lection with the above
can bd had i Btf guts df the Central
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