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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - December 7, 1893, Williamsport, Indiana Quot Warren counter r. A. Olill ton publisher. A newspaper published in the interests of William so and Warren county. Quot Home first the world per Lear. Vol. I. Williamsport Warren county Indiana thursday december 7, 1893. Number 49. Nubuo Sale. J. Of p s notice. Baby cried Mother sighed doctor prescribed Castoria Wabash r. Time table. Westward. No 41 Kansas Glt express 5 45 p. No. 43 st. Louis limited 2 a a. No. 45 Pacific sex pass ,. F no. 77 local freight find acc m b 20 a. St eastward. No. 12 new York amp Boston sex. 12 .57 a. No. 14 Atlantic express 2.w p. No w k. C. And Toledo express 9 a. No. 7g local freight and 2 20 p. Or. Trains 4"and 43do not Stop at this Point. This and 45, daily All others daily except sunday. E. C. Amp e. table. C. Amp i. C. By vision effect nov. Mil., trains it Ortii Malla passenger local freight Tuniks South mall amp passenger quot. m local freight "u.loa. In the mail and passenger North connects at m Romence i the no. 10, arriving at Chicago at 2 40 . Ii .1to p. quot .10 25 a. A jog xes in Kaiim Lelsie to Tams Danville Junction. In effect nov. 13th, trains South. No. 3 Terre haute Evans l sex. 4 08a.m. Quot 7 Nashville special f quot 1 Terre haute eve nov email u o0 a. Quot 5 Nashville limited �8 2/. Trains North. No. 4 Chicago express Lyril 6 Chi. And Nash l limited a 2b quot quot 2 Chicago mall p. 8 Chicago special st. Louis division. South bound. No. 8.5 Shelbyville a com 12 s0 p. Quot 87 local freight a. Or. North bound. No. 80 accommodation 10 30 a. Quot 88 local freight o a daily Otuel trains Dally except Sun v. Trains 3 and 4 carry pull fian Valuo sleeping cars tween Chicago and Evansville. Trains 5 and 6 run solid Between Chic ago and Atlanta and carry Pullman sleeping cars and elegant Uay coaches. Chas. L. Stone g. P. Amp t. A., Chicago. Notice of election. A meeting of the shareholders of the Warren county Bank will be held in their banking room on the first saturday of january 1894, at one o clock p. M., for the election of a Board of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business As May come before said meeting. W3. A. , cashier. Gunkle amp Rhodes y for its notice. State of Indiana to. Warren county the Warren circuit court december term a. D. 1s93. Solomon al is is. Thomas , Etal,no.g08ii. Beit know that on this 22d Day of november in the year 1893. The above named plaintiffs by Gunkle a Rhodes. Attorneys filed in theoffice of the clerk of said court a complaint against said defendant in the above entitled cause together with an affidavit of a competent person that said defendants the unknown heirs of Harvey r. Wilson deceased and the unknown heirs of Henry c. Wilson deceased Are not residents of the state of Indiana. Sad defendants Are therefore hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of said complaint against them arid that unless Thev appear and answer or demure thereto at t he calling of said cause on the 17th Day of january. 1804, of said term of court to be begun and held at the court House in wll Lla sport Indiana on the fourth monday of december 1893, said complaint and the matters and things therein contained and alleged will be heard and determined in their absence. Witness my hand and Seal of said court at Willii Asport this 22d Day of november 189p.w. Schoonover clerk. W. E. Wakeman Deputy. Sea it a. 93, w4, �9.00. Y Eye Christmas month. A the place to buy your dry goods and notions is at Frank Moore s. A we Are Headquarters for oysters of All kinds and Choice celery. H. Hunter. A Captain Sweeny u. S. A., Sau Diego cal., says quot Shiloh s Catarrh remedy is the first Medicine i have Ever found that would do me any Price 50 cts. Sold by w. D Tompkins druggist. A a. Hunter successor to Yea by amp son will keep up the old time reputation of the place. He keeps a first class restaurant and bakery where fresh bread pies and cakes of All kinds can be procured on the shortest notice. A our Man at the crossing ate so much at the i. O. O. F. Banquet last thursday evening that he was com spelled to leave his Post this week. While watching at his bedside he requested me to say to his admirers that he would be on duty next week and do his Best to make up for lost time. A the extreme cold has interfered with work on the Niilo. A men s underwear at 78 cents per suit at Frank Moore s. A Best line of underwear in Warren county will be found at Frank Moore s. A the Best Talent obtainable has been secured for the William sport lecture course. A ladies and misses new Market cloaks at Only .$2.98. This is a great bargain. Frank Moore. A a full line of fancy and Staple groceries and at prices most reasonable. Are carried at the Hunter bakery. A a or. And mrs. To. A. Sli Annon. Of Chicago. Ills., spent thanksgiving with their parents w. W. Robb and lady. A for for Black Smit Liing and Wagon work. Address Mary e. Nor Struin Rains Ville ind. A Frank Moore wants to see you he has some special bargains to offer you in dry goods and notions ladies and gents furnishings. A we want eggs eggs and will pay the highest Cash Market for them. Bring your eggs to the h. A Hunter restain rant. A fifteen Silver dollars will make some heart glad on new year s Day. Buy one Dollar s Worth of goods of Frank Moore and get a key. You May get this has i some present. A miss Nellie Waltzer after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends in this City returned to her Home in Danville ills., monday evening. A in another column will be found the and. Of Loeb bros., clothiers Attica. Note the great reduction in paces and Call on them for some of their bargains. A blankets at 95 cents per pair at Frank Moore s. You can t afford to sleep cold when you can buy blankets at these prices. We got pm you need pm a ladies your special attention is called to the new and. Of mrs. Butt and miss Herricks dressmakers found in this Issue. They do All kinds of sewing cutting and fitting at most reasonable rates. A the last grand jury in their report again condemned the jail and its unsanitary condition. It is the same old stereotyped form and should make some impression on the proper parties after awhile. A Attica experienced quite a fire tuesday evening about 8 30. The Large Wood House of de. Hemphill on sixth Street being entirely con Sumner while his residence was Only saved by great Effort and not without being greatly damaged. A the first quarterly meeting o the u. B. Church will be held at the Church in this place beginning on the evening of dec. 15th and continuing Over sunday. Quarterly conference will be held saturday afternoon the 16th inst. The presiding folder w. H. Sherrill and the pastor in charge a. W. Merredith will be present. The Public Are cordially invited to attend these meetings. A last thursday Rev i. Bowlus through his attorney w. L. Rabourn got judgement against the Phoenix insurance company of Brooklyn for $4,383.34, principal and interest in his celebrated insurance Case which has been in the courts since aug. 25. 1885. The original claim was $2,932. And being Defeated in the lower courts it was carried to the supreme court by or. Bowlus where the decision was reversed and sent Back to Tippecanoe county for trial. The company have asked an Appeal. A a terrible calamity visited Tho Home of Lew Davis brother of j. W. Davis of Pine township of Kingman one week ago last Friday. The wife mrs. Davis had left the House to Call at a next door neighbor for a few minutes when her attention was attracted by screams of her next youngest daughter who came running into the Street in a mass of flames. The child s clothes were entirely burned rom its body and it literally roasted while the Mother in her efforts to extinguish the flames was horribly burned. In the meantime the younger child appeared in the doorway in a mass of flames which by the prompt action of a neighbor were smothered out but not until the Little one was horribly burned. The oldest girl lived Only about two hours while the youngest May recover but will be greatly disfigured. In is also stated that the Mother will also lose her hands they beings terribly burned in her efforts to save her child. J. W. Davis returned from h is brother s last monday and he states that it was a most horrible sight which none can describe and that hit brother is almost wild with grief. Lewis who is known Bere has the Heartfelt sympathy of his Many Friend. A the Rabbit crop is said to be Large this year. A buy season tickets to the lecture curs Only .$150. Fresh Weiner Wurst sausage fish Etc., on Sale at Hunter s bakery. A we Are stocking up with a full line of tobaccos and cigars and of the Best brands. H. Hunter. A we keep a first class lunch counter where the Public receive very attention. H. Hunter. A Don t be a fool and freeze when you can buy a Brand new warming stove for $2.50 at j. G. Mccord amp co s. A we Are making a special drive on the California peach. If you want the genuine go to . Hunter s restaurant Williamsport. A Robert Nourse who lectures Here dec. 20, has a National reputation. Do not fail to hear Hinti. Single tickets 50cts. Season tickets .il.50. A Karl s Clover Root the new blood purifier gives freshness and clearness to the complexion and cures constipation. 25., 50 c. And 100. Sold by w. D. Tompkins druggist. A Shiloh s Vitalizer is what you need for dyspepsia torpid liver yellow skin or kidney trouble. It is guaranteed to give you satisfaction. Price 75c. Sold by w. D. Tompkins druggist. A the first Sleigh ing show of the season fell saturday night to the depth of about six inches. Sleighs out in mass sunday and the merry jingling Bell with its Happy attend ors reminded us that Winter had really come. A Robert c. Jones of the lower end of this county and one of the oldest and most respected citizens is suffering from a stroke of partial Parale sis. He is however thought to be slowly improving and his Many friends Hope for his speedy recovery. A Thomas w. Hackney who was one of the ten thousand suspended from the pension Rolls by order of Hoke Smith was re instated last week receiving notice and his voucher for $12 per month. We Are glad to hear of his Success and would be glad to hear of More of our boys who wore the Blue and who have had the misfortune to lose that recognition of Honor being re instated. A the names of a number of parties Are on our list who have paid us nothing for from two to now Alinosi three years. To these we must say that unless you show some disposition to do the fair thing your name will be dropped Froin our list Jan. 1,1894, and your account Given to a collector. Our expenses Are heavy our Bills be met and you have helped us make them and enjoyed tie results of our labors. We have endeavoured to be fair and Hope you will take this statement of facts in the proper spirit. Remember we refer Only to those owing us for two and three years. A a. F. Marple a prominent business Man of state line was arrested last monday by sheriff Powell upon an indictment returned by the grand jury of Fountain county charging forgery. Or. Marple was taken to Covington monday and turned Over to sheriff Moore. The prosecuting witness is the Farmers Bank of Covington where it is claimed or. Marple got $400, using unlawfully the names of or. Porter and Geo. Lucas of state line As securities. We sincerely Hope that there is some mistake Soin where that will vindicate or Marple he is an old citizen and one of state line s Best business men. A sheriff Moore of Fountain is a Hustler. Not Long since the Young lady who is the prosecuting witness in the Case of the state is. Or. Burlington of Attica on the charge of abortion quietly disappeared from Attica and was not to be located anywhere an it was feared the Case Niubo go by default for the want of a prosecute iii witness and he set about his duty with his accustomed Zeal. By his special tact she was located at Kokomo whither the sheriff made a visit last week and returning with the girl now has her in Sofe keeping until after the trial which cames up at the present term of the Fountain circuit court. A As i expect to move to Williamsport the first of Marsh i will sell at my place Miles Southwest of Williamsport at private Sale for Cash or note one fresh part Jersey Mich cow with her second calf she is a very desirable cow and free from faults. One two year old Bay Bald Hornet filly a Beauty and will make a Fine stepper. Also seven Poland China sows All ready bred two years old and have a splendid record for Breeding. One Dan Force Caiti age but Little used. One Coquillard Wagon As Good As new. Also six tons of Clover Hay in mow. Will be at Home almost any Forenoon or at Williamsport in the afternoon. J. D. Chambers. Nubuo Sale. Having come to the conclusion to change my business i will offer at Public Sale at my residence one half of a mile South of Williamsport on thursday dec 14, 1893, the following personal property consisting of 10 head of horses 1 match team of Grays four and five years old 1 match team of Bays three years old one three year old driving horse 2 two year old Colts red Buch and Morgan 1 Morgan Mare 1 English draft Mare 1 Spring Colt 2 Jersey Milch cows 1 Short Horn Milch cow 1 Jersey calf 1 Jersey full bred Bull three years old one Hundred head of sheep 75 head of Black face and 25 head of mixed 10 head of hogs Corn in the crib farm implements consisting of Wagon buggy plows harness harrows cultivators Hay rakes Hay ladders and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms. A credit of 12 months will be Given to each person on All sums Over five dollars under five dollars Cash in hand. No property to be removed until conditions of Sale Are complied with. Sale begins at 10 a. John Herricks. Samuel Benn auctioneer. Than hug Ivine Day j. Of p s notice. In Williamsport was generally observed by our citizens business being practically suspended through out the Day. The business men closed their places except for a Short time in the morning and evening. A Union Church service was held at 10 30 in the m. E. Church the Sermon being preached by the Rev. Wilmer who chose As a text for his discourse the words quot of give thanks unto the lord quot Etc. The Sermon was Clear and Strong dealing with the practical things of life for which we As individuals and citizens should be thankful. Among Many other things he said quot we Are thankful truly for those things which we really need and want. We should be for the Beauty All around us the Home especially with All its sacred influences political moral and intellectual for the Hope which is within us and its influences leading us Onward and upward and on to and purpose without which life would indeed be a sad failure quot adducing As an illustration the tramp or a Man without a Horne Hope or aspiration closing with the True gospel thought quot Christ the Hope of a sinful the services were Well attended and the exercises throughout interesting and profitable the music being furnished by the Union choir. Mrs. Elizabeth Adama. Elizabeth Adams Nee Barkshire was born in the state of Ohio near where the City of Dayton now stands. May 12, 1810. She removed along with her parents to the state of Indiana about the year 1826, and settled in Fountain county near where the Village of Portland stands. She was married to Rodger Adams March 14, 1831. Her Union to the Man of her Choice was a Happy one. She Early United with the methodist episcopal Church in the communion of which she continued to her a eath. She was a Loving and faithful wife a kind Loving Mother beloved by All her children and was held in the highest respect by All her neighbors. The family consisted of eight children four boys and four girls three of which two girls and one boy Are dead. Rodger Adams the father died dec. 7, 1887, at the age of almost 81 years. Mrs. Adams was taken ill in May of i8"a, and died nov. 20, 1893, at the age of 83 years 6 months and 8 Days. The following children survive her Milton Adams who resides in Warren township this county and with whom she hts made her Home for several years Joha Adams of Kansas mrs. Emma Clifton of Illinois Alex. Adams and mrs. Lefever of Colorado. The funeral services were held from the residence of Milton Adams at 10 a. M., wednesday nov. 22, 1893, conducted by the revs. Wilmer and Rodgers after which interment was made in Kickapoo cemetery. N. A. Swadley of Pine Village is prepared to do All official work of a Justice of the peace and also to execute conveyances. Call on or address him at Pine Village. Through car Between pm Cairn and Yoairo. The Chicago amp Eastern Illinois Railroad in connection with the Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago amp st. Louis railway is now running through coach Between Chicago and Cairo ills., via. Danville Junction. South bound this car leaves Chicago at 7 02 . And arrives at Cairo 10 30 p. M., connecting there with the st. Louis southwestern railway for All Points in Texas. Northbound this car leaves Cairo at 6 15 a. And reaches Chicago at 9 40 p. The i. O. 9. P. Thanksgiving supper. One among the most pleasant and fraternal gatherings held in Williamsport for a Long time was held by the above Lodge at their Hall last thursday evening. It was one of those informal grand old fashioned supper s where everybody is made to feel at Home and has a Good time. A first class and elegant supper in every particular was Given by the members of the order and their wives at which Over one Hundred were served All doing full Justice to the occasion. Only members of the Lodge and their families together with their intimate friends who were invited were present several however within this Circle coming from Hedrick the Springs and other near Points. Following the close of the feast which was the intended event of the evening a number were called upon for toasts and responded to the Good of the order in a most Happy manner. The history of Warren Lodge no. 57, begins with the forties and extends to the present with an almost unbroken period of Prosperity. The Lodge was first chartered july 1st, 1848, and after a period of eleven years of Prosperity during the dark hours of our National history quot from 1859 to 1866, the charter was surrendered and tie Lodge ceased to exist. On May 16th, 1866, upon the petition of a. S. Jones Geo. A Livengood Henry held Jacob held and m. P. Woods a new charter was granted and with these members As charter members nearly All of which have passed into the higher membership of the grand Lodge above the order began its present period of Prosperity which has been a matter which should be a splendid recommendation and pleasure to its members Many of whom Are Young men. The order now consists of about 68 members and is in splendid working order. Next to our churches it is one of our most Sac Reci societies being founded upon the principles of the mosaic Law and the truths of holy writ teaching the everlasting principles of the quot strength of Unity quot the quot sacredness of the Bonds of the order has living principles in it else it had Long since been of the past and has done humanity Good and will do much More. Finds a Home in the West. Jame w. Mccord with a party of fifteen left for his new Home in Handford King s county California via. The Wabash route monday evening. The party consisted of or Mccord wife and eight children together with miss May Gaskell and Lillie Swadley Jas. Mcbride and three children and Lan Mcginnis. Kings county joins Kern county on the North and or. Mccord s place of about 600 acres is about forty Miles North of Bakersfield. Before leaving. Or. Mccord also purchased we. Stephens interest of West Lebanon in the Hoosier lumber company paying a Good round prices for the same and stated to our correspondent that that was one of our Hoosier Friend s Best interests in califor nil if they Only would proceed on the line they started out and quit depreciating the value of the Stock by trying to fight each other because it required More to Start the Enterprise than was at first estimated. He said the lumber business was guilt edged and no mistake. All reports to the contrary notwithstanding. Or. Mccord has been one of Warren county s Best citizens and a Large land owner and shrewd dealer and his judgement having been All Over the Field should be Worth considering. A the review of Eloe is the place to get your Job work

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