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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - April 6, 1893, Williamsport, Indiana pm i a tvs quot re t t. A. Iii Knox publisher. A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. Quot Home first. The world �1.00 per tear. Vol. Iii. Williamsport Warren county Indiana. Thursday april 6. 1893. Number 14. A a a a a a to to a. A. a a a a. r. R. Time table. A oink East. �0.42.n y. Sex. 1 08� m. .no.44, no 46 Kex. 9 28ii.m no. �8,"ft. 4 a. 4 42p.m no.76, Way it. 8 4511 m Zoino West. No 41 . Sex. 5 42p.m no.4.s Kex 12.28a m. No. 45iex Tell l 0 42a m. No 77, Way n 3 Nob. 42 43 a to not a top. Game Wabash r. R. Time table. A oink East. �0.42.n y. Sex. 1 08� m. .no.44, no 46 Kex. 9 28ii.m no. �8,"ft. 4 a. 4 42p.m no.76, Way it. 8 4511 m . Zoino West. No 41 . Sex. 5 42p.m no.4.s Kex 12.28a m. No. 45iex Tell l 0 42a m. No 77, Way n 3 Nob. 42 43 a to not a top. 1 a a 8ash--cov1nqton Branch. On Covini Kitoi. Lucli it the Tiibi Ifni to wins leave alticaat8 45a. M45 i. Viand 5 45 . Attca-9 15a a. 2 00 pm to. And7 top. In a Illinois Central time table. Avest Lebanon. Kantoci Blanc ii going West. No. 1, passenger no. 7, accommodation freight 2 3o p a kicks. No 2, passenger 1 0. P. M no. 8, accommodation freight 12 15 p. A Amp e. I. Time table. Danville Junction. Trains South. Evansville Hail a Nashville limited a Ivan Seville express Terre haute trains South. Chicago mail a Chicago limited a Chicago express Watelia accommodation a Aily. 1 10 8 10 i 50 8 10 7 00 1 10 5 r>0 p. Or. P. A. A a. A. P. A. A. A. P. C. Amp i. C. Div. C. Amp e. 1. R. R. Attica. 1 0s p. Or. 8 a p. W. 11 20 a. 2 00 . 5 10 a. 1-2 30 p. 31. V i it j it i lil i trains South. Brazil mail a Attica express local Freig it trains Noktih. Chicago mail Chicago express local freight a does not run South of Attica. All trains daily sunday. _ l. E. W. Time table. In effect january 1,1893, direct connections to and irom All Points in United states and Canada. bound fr03i . No. 2 1 05 p. No. 4 i 2 a. No. Co freightleaves.8 s0 p. No. 02 4i a. West hound from . No. 1 passengerleaves.,5 10 p. No. 3fassengerleaves.9 to a. No. 71 a. No. I arrives at Bloomi Wigton at 9 35 p. M., making direct connection with It a. Last train arriving at Kansas City at8 oof Ollow quot a to quot Maltes direct connection for All joints West via c., b. Amp q. Only one change by this route to Kansas City Omaha Lincoln Denver. _ no. Connects at Lima Foston Fremont acid Sandus Lcy and no. 4 connects at Lima and Fostoria Wotli through trains to All East bound free reclining chair Cius on trains nos. 1 and 2 for All passengers. Nos. 1,2, 3 and 4 connect at Tipton with i. C. Division for All Points North and to tickets rates and general information Callon , ticket agent l. E. Amp av., Lafayette. Add i ess., Parker traffic manager or f. C. Daly men. Pass. Agent Indianapolis Indiana. I Willi a Spoll t markets. Corrected every wednesday i a wheat per by 60 lii porn per by 32 0"ats, per by 27 potatoes per by .70 a hogs per la 05% Izard per la 14 chickens per la 06, Klutter per la 25 eggs per Doz 12% 111- personal. Leni. Howell from Mound was in the City last week As a jury Man. Lein. Is a holy terror when it comes to leading his neighbors astray. W. J. Hanes of Avest Lebanon was init he City tuesday and made the office a Call. Or. Hanes says we have demonstrated that a paper can be successfully run in Williams import and that he could not do with it out it Liere Are Many i people in in Warren county just like or. Hanes a in this respect and the number we in Are glad to say is daily a Fine Village letter in too late for a publication this week. A we still hive a. Few copies of our quot extra edition for distribution. A the ladies of the Christian i Church netted about $18 at their sex i change last saturday g re san Mel Blanchard of Rainsville a aib Given one Hundred Days in jail Llast week upon a charge of stealing Sti Iree chickens from Jones of a ii e above place. Sale a one pair match Bays i , past one first class sad Lieupo by and one Standard filly quot pro Lucer by Rippetoe. All Are sound i id right in every Way , the quot Goodenough a her quot Man left for his Home in Makuk Iowa tuesday. We still a of his washers ii our pos so psf we Rich we will dispose def Jpn la Slid a waiting one of a March went out very Lamb like. A prices reduced on bed lounges at Correll s. is confined at Home from lung trouble. A there remains to More Days of the March term of court. A any style of carpet you want at Correll s. Prices guaranteed. A gardening and even House cleaning is now beginning in Earnest. A Friday was a Fine Spring Day and the town was crowded with people trading. A the grading and Graveling of 4th Street in the third Ward was begun tuesday. A fresh fish caught by our local Fisherman have been on the Market the past week. A read Hottenstein amp Luppold a change of and. This. Week. Special bargains Are offered. A we Are leaders in Wall paper. We have All grades from 5 cents to 78 cents per Bolt. Abms Kong amp Swank. A a Fine set of Cane seat chairs at Correll s for Only -t�.oo, you can t beat them anywhere. A the Richland township hog Case on a change of venue from Fountain county engaged the attention of the court Friday. A Spades Forks Garden tools tinware and a line of builder s hardware constantly on hand by John Luppold. A our Stock of Wall paper is Complete and we want everybody to come and see us and get our prices before buying elsewhere. Abms Teong amp Swank. A Willis Carter has a Fine new boy at his House born last sunday morning. The Mother is doing nicely but Willis is under the or s. Care from la Grippe. A we. Larch and Anna Mccain of this county were married at the presbyterian parsonage in Attica by the Rev. wednesday afternoon. A mrs. Catherine purple died at the residence of Herson in Winthrop recently of lung fever at the age of 72 years. Interment took place in tip . A the grand jury is Likely to shake up some body this term of its court. The jury is Well chosen and unless we miss our judgment of the men a Good number of indictments will a returned. A a Harvey Walters was appointed mail Carrier Between this Point and. Walnut Grove is. James Slauter re signed last Wek. And began his work last saturday. Jamesw Laseek other lines of employment. A mrs. Isaac Morris died at her Home in Independence last sunday at tie age of 63 years. I he funeral conducted by Rev. Covey took place tuesday interment taking place in the Independence cemetery. A Frank Johnston of the Oakland Stock farm appears with a new and. This week. Frank is the defendant of an old Stock raising family and has a Choice Short Horn cattle Call on him for any age of Stock. A we Are in receipt of a. J. Reach amp go s. Official base Ball guide for 1893 it is the recognized authority in this line and gives in addition to the latest rules the names of All clubs and players both in 92 and for 1893. A the seed sown the past two years by the Revit so Are already begin Ning to Bear fruit we have been constant in our agitation for different improvements and they Are soon come. Already the Way is opening up for an electric Light Plant. Let us have it by All Means. The first thing the Council should do first Good Opportunity is to give it to us. A an outfit horse traders and chairty seekers struck the town yesterday and a were soon invited to a move of by quot our marshal who has been doing the town a number of such kind a cts quot do ring his term. Any Community is it u8fc a fit i a flit la out Ltd . Spun quot try h�&>�5 in a offal Ortw Nunn a and car Iniba my game a marbles Are again a great with the boys. A the Shower monday afternoon Wasa Fine one and needed badly. A the Petit jury was excused tuesday morning court virtually being at an end. �?500 window shades All colors Range in Price from 25 cents to $1.00 each ready to hang. Armstron amp amp Swank. A Correll Sells furniture lower than any House in this or adjoining counties. Go to him Young and old and save Money. A a number of intimate friends spent a pleasant evening at the residence of a. H. Haun and lady thursday evening. A you will soon be casting about for a Good Mower or Binder. The Empire has stood the test for years. John Luppold Sells them cheap. A a. W. Stark moved last Friday to his property recent la purchased in the first Ward. The property is that formerly owned by Perry har tel. A mrs. L. Wilson of Attica was badly burned by the flames from her gasoline stove last saturday the drippings from Aleak having caught fire. A Ata Nie Etingoff the fair directors recently held in West Lebanon it was decided to hold no fair t is year on account of the worlds fair at cd Cago. A the gun club held a Short practice Friday some Good scores being made. The club promises some interesting entertainments the coming season. �?10,000 Rolls of Wall paper in Stock. Largest Stock of Wall paper Ever shown in Warren county and the Best do signs. Abms Kong amp Swank. A Karl s Clover roof the View blood purifier gives freshness and clearness to the complexion and cures constipation. 25., 50 And $.100. Sold by l. W. Clifton druggist. A the fire engine was brought into use to Sprinkle the streets last thursday evening. A company should be organised that the engine might be effectually operated., a the Board of township assessors Metat the county auditor s office saturday to establish a uniform rate for t h t assessment of property. They began their work of assessing monday. If . Fosdyke and b. Lock Hart who have been at work on sex treasure Cronkhite s books left Friday and will not be Back to resume their work until the week following the next. A. H. Haun has purchased or. Fenton s property in the third Ward and will move the House to his vacant lot on the Corner of Monroe and third streets building his new House where the present one now stands. A Pine Village is also on the improve this year. Frank Rowen is erecting a new Frame business room 86x64 to take the place of his old one and the firm of head is Morgan Are building a new Brick 40x80 quot feet. A number of private residences will also be built. A a. T. Moore and a h. Haun recently purchased the old Durborow mansion in the. Second Ward from ele Stansbury and will Divide the Large grounds up into Lotsi opening two streets through it one running East and West just in front of the present residence and one North and South just East of it thus greatly enhancing the value of the property and adding to the appearance of the town. We Are glad to note these improvements. Let others follow. Quot a the quot East bound passenger on the Wabash had a close Call in quot the Cut this Side of West Lebanon to Day one week. A freight had attempted to make West Leb Anoli quot from thee stain Ead of it but finding this could not a a done ahead,, a a Etc who re thelps Saseng running show came Sig train Howe Fer clean up the streets. A improve Falls Street. A the Street sprinkler will soon be out in full blast. A the Brick Yard in this place will soon begin work. A Fred Allend Reff of Rainsville was in the City tuesday. A Good window shades on Spring rollers Only 25 cents each. Abms Bong amp Swank. A Call and see our Fine line of window shades largest Stock of shades in Warren county. Arms thong amp Swank. A the weather being Fine and the roads in Good condition bicycles Are now As quot thick As or. H. Ivins is again a resident of the second Ward having moved into the Falls hotel property. A the Post office excitement occasioned by the election is gradually subsiding. The next will be that of the town election. A or. Dehart was called saturday to attend mrs Jos. Felix near Arabia w to was quite ill. We understand the lady is now improving. A a Fine boy baby was born at the Home of Henry Polom sunday evening. Or. Swank attending physician. Henry now declares he is not a candidate for councilman. A editor Williams of the Democrat was in the City gathering news tuesday. The gentleman is a genial fellow and the Democrat has greatly improved under his management. A the april number of the review of review an International monthly Magazine is on our table. It is a periodical of High literary Merit and contains articles on current events from the pen of such writers As Woodrow Wilson or. E. J. Dillon and others and is profusely illustrated. Its High literary Merit commends it to every Reader. A the review saturday in its special edition gave the result of the Post office quot election to the Public in five minutes after the vote had been counted. This is the Only publication of the kind Ever published or attempted in Williamsport and from the Many favourable comments we have Learned that the people appreciate a Little of thanks. I desire to thank my Many neighbors and friends for their Aid and sympathy during the in Liness and at the death of my wife Nellie. May the heavenly father Reward you All les be Weidenhammer. Attempted kidnapping the Little town of Rainsville sunday one week ago had quite a Ripple of excitement for a time Over the attempt of two Boswell boys to carry off the Little 13-year-old son of John no in of Rainsville. It seems that and his wife have not lived together for some time they having separated on account of some irregularities of or. Stern she. Living with her Mother in Boswell and he at their old Home in Rainsville. In that the four children bound them together they had never asked to be separated by the Law and All of the children were under the Mother s care at Boswell. It seems that in Nern an exceptionally Bright Young Man had allowed his love of drink to blight the happiness of his earlier Domestic life and when i his wife who bears a most estimable reputation a could Bear it no longer she took the children and left with her Mother to live in Boswell. Or. Nern has seen the evils of Strong drink and has reformed not having touched drink for my re than a year. It seems that he recently decided to have the youngest of the , a lad. �?�13, with him and accordingly went to Boswell saturday one week ago and Brou Glit the boy Home with him. On sunday following two boys from Boswell appeared in a buggy at Rainsville and after Mano vering for a time when they found themselves near the old infill they induced Young Nern to take a buggy ride with that a intention of driving him to Boswell the Istrick Hoty eve was discovered before Ltd e a jowls could get quot their victim a in the of buggy quot andr two i ,. Jos. Thomas had business place tuesday. Mrs. A. H. Haun was in Friday afternoon. Doc. Gephart of Prairie was the City saturday. Levi Saylor of Warren township is upon the sick list. Mrs. W. P. Rhodes had business in Lafayette Friday. Clint Kelley of Prairie made us a pleasant saturday morning. John f. Wagner of Pine Village was a caller at our office tuesday. Atty. James Bingham of Covington had business in this court mrs. D. K. Butt and miss Minnie Jones spent Friday afternoon in at Tica Lew. Pitcher is again Able to be about and to partially attend to business. A atty. James a Voliva. Of Newtown had business in this court Friday. Mrs. . Vanderbilt and mrs. O. L. Winks were in Attica Friday afternoon. Trustee Chambers and his daughter. Miss Neva made us a pleasant Call tuesday. A. J. Eberly and Eli Fenters of Pine Village made Williamsport a Dall last saturday. Charles Mccabe of Covington was in the City Friday interested in a Case in the circuit court. J. A Briggs of Carbondale was in to weigh with be Friday. J. H. Enjoys weighing with the boys. Supt. Goodwin was in attendance at the Indiana teacher s association being held last week in Lafayette Friday. Will. Yeagy is now Able to come Down town for a Little while at a time. We Are glad to see him improving. Edward Helwig returned last thursday morning from Blooming Dale ind., for a few Day s visit with his family. Mrs. Watnes Mccabe of Indianapolis ind.,arrived thursday evening for a visit to her son and wife or. And mrs. E. F. Mccabe. De. Schlosser was Able to be out to the election last saturday it being a Nice Day. De s state of health gives but Little encouragement. A j. F. Anderson and miss Susie Anderson together with miss been Dianand Minnie Tyler returned from the Terre haute Normal saturday morning. H. popular Bachelor attorney and one of our old churns was in the City wednesday attend a ing circuit court and dropped in to wish us Well. J. A. Johnston. Hill one of the Loyal subscribers of the review called to see us Friday being in the City paying taxes. Or. Johnston is one of Warren county s Large land holders. Samuel Owens a member of the recent Petit jury called in to renew for the paper tuesday and to say Good Bye As he was going Home the jury being dismissed. He expressed himself As tired and ready to go Home and att he to farm life. Miss Narcissa Foster a former teacher in this county and resident Here who is now teaching at Valparaiso spent thursday evening in this place the guest of mrs. C. H. Porch returning to Lafayette tuesday morning where she is attending the teacher s association. Mrs. Isabel st. Claire sister of Samuel Mcclure who has been visiting Here the past six months and who has the Honor of being the a Mother of three methodist preachers left monday morning for her Home in Sullivan Indiana. She is 65 years old and says this is her la it. Visit to Williamsport j John m. Jones of Pine Village was in the City Friday paying taxes and shaking hands with old friends. John is handling the celebrated Clark Post Auger upon which he in having a big run. Or Jones spent night with Ril 1 a in in i in sly to line returning he in to apis of saturday or. Whle a re .�.,41 Nanri or Edh rat it it a by Law Neville for Lee do Dot ail to Call in and a a Fer

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