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The  Daily  Republican
June 11, 1888
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          Bellamy S. Sutton  was one of the speakers at the Democratic ratification in this city on Saturday night.  Getting worked up he exclaimed:
          "Has anybody been sent to the penitentiary under this administration?"
          This was rather an unlucky question for Bell to ask.  Several persons felt like replying, "What's the matter with Sim Coy?"  Under this administration Coy and   Bernhamer, two of the principal Democratic managers of the State, were safely landed in the northern prison.  Moreover, they were prosecuted by one of Cleveland's appointees, District Attorney  Sellers  assisted by other honest Democrats.  Coy has for years been a leading light in the Democratic party.  At the time of his conviction he was chairman of the Marion county committee and member of the city council.  The latter place he still holds.  It may be added that while Cleveland's administration prosecuted Coy and was assisted by a few honest Democrats, the Democratic part of the State openly and loudly disapproved of the prosecution and sympathized with Coy.  So whatever credit is due to Cleveland for prosecuting a scamp is discounted by the fact that his party in this State disapproved of the whole business and denounced the district attorney for prosecuting Democrats..
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Thursday, January 21, 1886
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LOCAL  NEWS.
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          Miss Minnie Sutton  received a box of Indian River oranges from a gentleman friend in the Sunny South this morning.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

 

The Kokomo  Tribune
October 15, 1932
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Page 3
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          Miss Madella Sellers, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sellers  of Alto and  Ernest Fernung, son of  Mr. and Mrs. John Fernung,  were married in the First M. E. church of Shelbyville, Saturday night, Oct. 8, by the Rev. L. T. Freeland.  The single ring ceremony was used.  The bride was dressed in blue and carried a bouquet of yellow roses.  Mr. and Mrs. Fernung will be at home to their friends at 123 East Mechanic street, Shelbyville.  Mr. Fernung is employed by the F. W. Woolworth Co.
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
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