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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - August 17, 1893, Williamsport, Indiana R. A. Cli Lytos publisher. A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. Quot Home first the world afterwards �1.00 per tear. Vol. I. William sport Warren county. Indiana. Thursday August 17. 1893. Number 33. 1\ .i-i-1 notice of stray. Notice is hereby Siven that the Uncle Sifi cd living two 2 Miles West of Covington in a sound town slip Warren county Indiana has taken up two 2 stray horse mules color dark Brown supposed to be respectively six 0 and ten 10 years old no other Marks or brands owner can got them at the above place by proving proper cd Arches Etc. This juig.0,1s93. I. F. Romise. Notice of final settlement of estate. In the matter of the estate of Charles f. Jones deceased. In the Warren circuit court october term,ls9s.notice is Hereof Given that the undersigned As of the estate of Charles f. Jones deceased has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit court on the 9th Day of . At which time All persons interested in said estate Are required to appear in said court and show cause if any there ice Why said account and vouchers should not be approved. And the heirs of said estate and All others interested therein Are also hereby required at the time and place Tafoi said to appear and make proof of their Heirship or claim to any part of said estate. Thomas .1. Joss �?,_w4 or s fee administrator. Application for License. Notice is hereby Given to the citizens of the town of Independence and of Warren township Warren county Indiana that the undersigned a male inhabitant of said town Over Twenty one 21 years of age. Will the Board of county commissioners of said Warren county at their september term 1.s93. For a License to sell in a less Quantity than a quart at a time and to permit the same to be drank on the premises where sold spirituous vinous and malt liquors. My place of business and the premises on which said liquors Are to be sold and drank Are situated on the North part of lot Numier fifty six o in the original town of Independence Warren county Indiana. Aaron v. Woo Muff s-3 93. K. G Woodruff. Application for License. Notice is hereby Given to the citizens of the town of Williamsport Washington township Warrenc it Monty Indiana and to All others whom it May concern that the undersigned a male inhabitant of said town Over Twenty one -21 years of age will api it by to the Board of commissioners of said Coli it at their next regular session commencing on the first monday of september , for a License to sell spirituous vinous and Runau liquors in a less Quantity than a quart at a time for one year and to be drank on the premises adhere sold. The premises Whereon said Are to be sold and drank Are described As follows in the Brick business building situated on lot number Nineteen 19to William Kent s addition to the town of Williamsport Afore said. August 3,1803. So Smuel b. Mathis. Application for License. Notice is hereby Given to the citizens of the town of Williamsport Washington township. Warren county state of Indiana that the undersigned a male inhabitant of said county and state Over the age of Twenty one 21 years will apply to the Board of commissioners of Warren county 1 Indiana at their next regular session commencing on the first monday in september 1�93, for a License to sell spirituous vinous and malt liquors in less Quantity than a quart at a time at my place of business with the privilege of allowing the same to be drank on my premises Forone year. Said place of business and premises Whereon said spirituous vinous and malt liquors Are to be sold and drank Are located and described As follows to wit apart of the cast half of the South West Quarter of Section two 2 township Twenty one 21north of Range eight s West Jegi Ningon Monroe Street in the town of Williamsport ten 10 feet North of the North East Corner of lot number one iii vat. Mewherter s addition to said town and running Tience Westerly parallel with the North line of said lot number one 1one Hundred 100 feet thence Northern la parallel with said Monroe Street Twenty 2 0 feet thence Easterly parallel with the North line of sandlot number one 1one Hundred 100 feet to Monroe Street thence southerly along Monroe Street Twenty 20 feet to the place of beginning. Aug,3, Henry karst. I Onjel is Hanly Stansbury amp Stephens atty s. Notice to non residents. Is state of Indiana county of Wahren in the Warren circuit court october term . Cynthia a. Ambler is. Isaac Rose the Unknow Mieirs of Isaac Rose the unknown widow of Isaac Rose and the unknown heirs of the unknown widow of Isaac Rose Orlando Kiger John Jones tie unkown heirs of Torii a tones the unknown widow of Lohn Lones and the unknown Mieirs of the unknown widow of John Jones Lewis Lones and . Tones. The plaintiff by Hanly Stansbury amp Stephens her attorneys filed in the office of the clerk of the Warren circuit court her complain tin the above entitled cause together with an Aill Davitoff a competent person. That the defendants Isaac Rose the unknown heirs of Isaac Rose the unknown a widow of Isaac Rose and the unknown heirs of the unknown widow of Isaac Rose Orlando Kiger Lohn tones the unknown heirs of John tones the unknown widow of John Jones and the unknown heirs of the unknown widow of Tohn tones Lewis Jones and Thomas j. Jones Are not residents of tiie a Tate of Indiana and that the object of this a Liuigi is to quiet title to real estate in this state. Now therefore the said defendants Are Herel y notified that unless they appear on the first Day of the next term of the Warren circuit co Urt to be held on the second monday of october a. D., 1893, at the court House in Williamsport in said county and state and answer or demur to said complaint the same will be heard and determined in their absence. In Wita is whereof i Hereunto Sot my hand and allx the Seal of said court this 7th Day of August 1�93. P. W. A Shoonover clerk Warren circuit court. W. E. Walks Ian Deputy. Aug 10, w4�?printers fees $13.00. . A a Good farm of 160 acres for Sale at a bargain o. L. Winks Williamsport ind. A no Stag or by beef at cite meat Market. A note the and of the Boswell fair in this Issue. A the local Fisherman Are putting in Good time. A fresh and corned beef at City meat Market. A a wedding is reported at the , for this week. A the Kingman Bank will Robab quot by soon resume business. A several Farmers of this Vicinity stacked their Grain this year. A the infant child of Henry karst is upon the sick list this week. Pm. L. Wilson claims your attention through a new and. Read it. A the report is current that we. Lucas of Waynetown in Boring a Well on his place has struck Oil. Be. A. Biggs invites your attention through a new and this week. Call and see his goods and get prices. A the Bev. A. P. Stout will lecture at Goodland Friday night. His subject will be quot How to study christs a the Rev a. P. Stout will preach a Sermon in Williamsport at an Early Date on unitarianism and universalism. A Andrew Hefferman and Stella Goodrick both of Marshfield were United in marriage at the office of s. Fisher one week ago last saturday. A poor Carlo the old canine pet of the Kent family after years of a petted life passed in his checks monday night. Carlo was a faithful dog. A that Shower last Friday More than gladdened the hearts of our people in this dry and Thrusty land. It made them shout for Joy at the Patter of the rain drops. A King of the headache is the Only remedy that cures the headache without sending the patient to bed. Ninety nine per cent sure cures. Sold by your druggist. A the infant child of Jacob Brandenburg was taken suddenly ill saturday with cholera inf Antum and died sunday. The funeral was held tuesday and interment took place at West Lebanon. A parties were dynamite no the River near the Mouth of Shawnee for fish on wednesday or thursday night of last week. This is a bold violation of the Law and the parties May yet pay dearly for their sport. Is it no wonder that our local sports can catch to fish with Hook and line. A you will find in this Issue of the review the new and. Of our hustling hardware Man to. Hottenstein s. De. Keeps constantly on hand a most Complete line of hardware tinware and implements of every kind. You will always find him the Best fellow possible to Trade with a while in Covington monday we saw James Blakely homeward bound with a Fine porker and upon enquiry we Learned that Mark Rod Gers was just paying an election bet. The Only reason for the delay was to get the consent of baby Mckee to name the pork ship after him a feeders Hugh Nevis. A or. H. J. Mayers of Oakland md., says quot i have sold thirteen bottles of Chamberlain s cough remedy to Day and am literally sold out. This is the largest Sale on record of any one preparation in a Day Over our counters. It gives the Best satisfaction of any cough Medicine we handle As a seller it leads All other preparations on this for Sale by w. Tompkins druggist. A Esquire Fisher is acquiring an inter state reputation upon the marriage question last thursday afternoon John Givens and Menerva Weston of Champaign county 111., presented themselves before his Majes and asked to be made one with the input ration that the ceremony be dated Back six months. The Squire preformed the ceremony without the emergency clause in his usual Happy Way and the couple True to life and All smiles went on their Way. A All kinds of meat at City meat Market. A the Grade to Falls Street Bridge is almost Complete. A these Cool nights remind one of the october month. A the Battle ground Camp meeting a s now in Progress. A Ladyce Cloyd will sell his personal property at Public Sale the 27th, inst. A the Smith farm Gate has no dead Center and will not stick half open. Try it. A when we handle shipped meat we Don t slip it in at the Back door at tie City meat Market. Try salts for ice Cream candies cakes Etc. Mrs. Salts also keeps her celebrated fresh yeast. A the Coal Road has reduced the wages of it employees quot ten per cent and the Section men ten cents per Day. A the Rev. A. W. Connor will preach at the cli Risteau Clerch saturday night sunday morning and sunday evening. All invited. Be. L. Hottie Stien and his Force put up one of t be celebrated steel Tower Star Mills for William Ferguson this week. A the Boswell fair association Are erecting a 150 barrel water tank and will keep the grounds thoroughly sprinkled. A Avillia sport greatly a needs a water Supply. Something on this line should be done at once. Our town Well is not enough. A James Newman was attested last wednesday and brought before Esquire Fisher on a charge of Fig it ing and his Fine was assessed at $11.60. A quot i have used the King of the headache and found it to be just what it is a mrs o. Rogers new Haven ind. Sold by your druggist. A the old settler s meeting at Meharry s Grove near Wingate will be held the last thursday of August. Sex president Harrison has consented to make tha address. A before starting to the world s fair or on any other journey buy a Box of King of the headache. It will cure the ugly headache every time. Sold by your druggist. A mrs. Saloma , Muncie ynd., says quot one capsule of the King of the headache cured a severe Case of headache for me in fifteen minutes. Sold by your druggist. A miss Mary Longley died at 2 o clock at her Home in this place wednesday morning after a Long illness from . The funeral services will be held from the m. E. Church at 2 p. M. Today. A the commissioners of Fountain county recently let the contract for a new floor in the River Bridge at Attica. It is estimated to take 50,000 feet of Timber and will Cost the county ,$975. A mrs. H. Held and son s claim your attention this week through a new ad., representing their business. They keep Only first class goods and plenty of them and they solicit a share of your patronage. A John Robertson an extensive Fai mer of Park county has made an assignment. This would not have been necessary had he been Able to get $1.25 for his wheat As promised by the democratic party last fall. A Henry Shaffer and Minerva Roe of Gainesville were made one by Squire Fisher at his office last thursday. When asked whether they would have it Long of Short the Quick response was Short. They were quot accommodated. The Squire is an expert. A Justice Fisher got in a full week last. Saturday h. M. Anno and Maggie Odie of Pine decided no longer to enjoy the lives of single blessed Jess and Post haste sought of course Squire Fisher. He performed the satisfactory ceremony and cupid can now shoot his arrows undisturbed. A be. Nordstrum trustee of Pine township died at his Home in Cainsville tuesday afternoon at. About 3 o clock after a Long illness the result of la Grippe. The funeral arid burial ceremonies Are under the auspices of the i. O. O. F. Lodge of which lie was a member and were yield this morning after which interment will be made at Bank goes under. Tims paying tribute to the Good democratic times of Yore and closes her doors from a Steadi withdrawal of deposits and an inability to realize upon quot git edged a the result of hard times caused by a Laos of conf Dence. News reached this place sunday that it was very doubtful Wilether the citizens National Bank of Attica would open its doors for business monday morning but it was hoped that it was Only a Rumor and that the Bauk was All Rig lit. Tie report however was confirmed monday morning and our reporter upon visiting the Bank soon after found tie following explanatory notice posted upon its closed doors. Quot owing to a general withdrawal of deposits unusually slow collections and an inability to realize at once on on securities this Bank has been forced to suspend. Depositors Mill Jet every Dollar of their Money. Tie al airs of the Bank live been turned Over to the comptroller of Jurrency at Washington d. C., for his direction. Jacob p. , pres. J. ,Cash a the assets of the Bank Are Given at �?�8130,000. While its liabilities Are Only .$08,000 thus leaving a balance of $gs,000, or two dollars to one. Among the stockholders Are some of the wealthiest men of this county and All have Moi e or los.? property at their command. The Bank was unfortunate enough to be one in which the noted Zirri Dwiggins formerly owned some Stock and the recent turn of his aft airs together wit i the hard times made an apparent cause for a steady withdrawal of deposits and the present financial distrust created the impossibility of securing collateral on quot Gilt edged the citizens feel the greatest Confidence and declare that every Dollar will be i Oade Good and depositors Are accepting the situation philosophically. Up to the present every thing is quiet and it is hoped that no run will be made on other Banks. A see Gold medal for pupils contest. A one More Goodenough Washer for Sale. A Williamsport orchestra will furnish music for the contest. A teachers Institute begins next Mon Daj at the court House. A pupils contest at school House next tuesday night. Be sure to see who gets the medal. A work will soon be started upon the remaining part of True High s new Block. This will be a great addition to the business portion of our town when completed. A we run this week another ten thousand lot of the Large song sheets 22 x 80 for messers Grant and Schaich. This makes the fourth big lot of these song sheets we have Ruu for these gentlemen. They sell them giving their concerts upon the streets of our different cities and thus make their living. The company now Are in Wisconsin. Personal. Personal. Judge Rabb had business in la Fayette. Saturday. Mrs. R. H. Ivins is upon the sick list. Or. Fenton is attending her. Jacob Wolfe of the eepuhlican., had business in Lafayette last saturday. Mrs. P. W. Lewis is improving and will soon be Able to be about again. Dora Ammerman of new Richmond was visiting friends and relatives Here last week. Miss Lois Fleming and Alice Woods spent last thursday and Friday with friends at Green Hill. Or. And mrs. W. Clifton Are taking in the world s fair this week. They left via. The . Last Friday morning. Or. And mrs. William Johnson took the c. Amp 1. Train at Attica for Chicago Friday morning where they will attend the world s columbian. F. Lemming of Green Hill made our office a pleasant Call saturday and expressed his admiration of our Power presses which were in operation constantly the past week. J. E. Hall was in the City tuesday. J. Gregory was in Attica monday afternoon. E. Bryant was in our City monday morning. S. Messner had business in Attica monday. Chauncy Reddick of Indianapolis spent sunday at Home. James Grames of the Village had business Here monday. John Hibbs went to Sidney 111. Saturday for a few Days visit. O. P. Lewis of Covington had Bil siness in this place saturday. Major Milford of Attica had business in this place tuesday. Or. Mcmullen of Pine Village was in this place on business tues we. Moore or. And wife of Attica spent sunday in this place with friends. Mrs. J. M. Rabb went to Detroit mich., monday to visit her father and friends. Isiah Smith and wife left monday to spend the week at the world s fair. Mrs. Leak of Terre haute is visiting her Mother mrs. Thomas and relatives Here. Miss Eva Moore is spending several Days at the Battle ground Camp meeting. Mrs. M. L. Wilson and Mabel of Attica were calling in this place sunday afternoon. J. W. Brooke of the citizens National Bank Attica made us a pleasant Call thursday. Mrs. George Brown of Jordan was in this place tuesday calling on her son Thomas. Mrs. S. Fisher has been ill the past four Days with cholera Moribus. She is now improving. Or. And mrs. Nelson Ford of Attica were visiting friends in this place sunday afternoon. Mrs. Tiline Ammerman returned from a several Days stay at the world s fair monday evening. W. F. Edmondson and family were the guests of prof. Hanson and family tuesday and wednesday. Miss Hattie Wilson who has been visiting Here the past week returned to her Home in Hammond Friday. J. F. Armstrong left saturday afternoon to join his wife at Hammond thence they will take in the world s fair. A d. M. Williams of West Lebanon called in thursday to wish us Well. His last words to us were quot Don t Stop the Charles Morcombe of Benton Harbor mich., is the genial Young station master sent Here to relieve miss Kent for a month. We Welcome him. Mrs. F. M. Sutton of Toronto Kansas formerly a resident Here has been visiting relatives and friends in this Section for some Days past. She is now in Montgomery county. Miss Ella Kent was Given a month s leave tuesday from her Post As agent of the Wabash rail Road at this place and will go to the world s fair and visit other sections in the mean time. Clarence Kisling who has been at Linwood Nebraska returned Home last saturday. He states that business in the West is practically paralysed and that Many of every class Are thrown out of employment. Sup t. W. H. Hershman and family of Attica on being notified of the death of Rev. R. F. Edmondson came Over and spent the afternoon with s. Hanson and family saturday. Sup t. Hershman is a Nephew of the late Rev. Edmondson. W. B. Durborow and family returned from Chicago Friday evening after a three weeks visit with relatives. While absent besides visiting the world s columbian or. Durborow took an extended trip through Colorado and the Northwest. He reports the situation in Colorado As extremely bad the feeling on the financial question very strongly wrought up and thousands out of employment. 5>

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