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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - December 21, 1893, Williamsport, Indiana Warren county r. A. . A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. Quot Home first. The a world per year vol. Iii. Williamsport Warren county Indiana thursday december 21, 1893. Number 51. 1 announcements. Republican Call. Announcements. For sheriff. Mioc Xis editor item Lew you Are authorized to announce my name us a candidate for tie office of county Isi Scriff. Subject to tie Cloice of the republicans at join Natins convention. Up Pericic Williams. Baby cried Mother Sig lied doctor prescribed Castoria i Wabash r. Time table. Westward. To 41 Kansas City express 5 45 p. Or. No. 43 st. Louis limited 12 s0 a. To. 45 Pacific express a i 3-s p. No 77 local freight and acc in 8 20 a. Or eastward. 12 57 a. 2 5 i i. 9 29 a. 2 20 p. No. 42 new York amp Boston sex. No. 44 Atlantic express no. 4 it k. C. And Toledo express no. 7i local freight acc trains 42and 4ulo not Stop at this Point. Trains 42, 4 44. And 45, daily. All others daily except sunday. E. Kent agent. C. Amp e. I. Time table. C. Amp i. C. Division in effect nov. 12th. Attica. To aids Iron Tell mail amp passenger local freight .1 50 p. M .10 25 a. to aids South Mali i passenger quot. 5 33 p. A local freight Loa m the mail and passenger North connects at m Romence with no. 10, arriving at Chicago at 2 40 p. Viviain line trains. Danville Junction. In effect nov. 12lh, trains South. No 3 Terre haute Evans l sex. 4 n8 quot 7 Nashville special "6 00 quot 1 Terre haute eve nov l mail 11 50 quot 5 Nashville limited 8 2t trains North. No. 4 Chicago 1 40 a. quot 6 Chi. And Nash l limited it 2t quot quot 2 Chicago mail 2 20 p. 8 Chicago special 5 30 a. P. A. P. 31. St. Louis division. South Noud. No. 85 Shelby Ville Zacconi 12 30 p. Or. Quot 87 local freight 7 u0a. North bound. No. 86 accommodation 10 30 a. Or. Quot 88 local freight 5 45 p. The trains daily except Sun it it v. Trains 3 and 4 carry Pullman Palaoro sleeping Cara tween Chicago and Evansville. Trains 5 and 0 run solid Between Chicago and Atlanta and carry Pullman Palace sleeping cars and elegant Day coaches. Chas. L. Stone g. P. Amp t. A., Chicago. Notice of election. A meeting of the shareholders of the Warren county Bank will to 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. W3.1 a a. H. Haun cashier. Personal. Henry b. Flasher had business in William sport monday. C. G. Long of Marsh Field had business in this place monday. B. F. Marple of state line transacted business Here saturday. E. C. Byers of Hedrick was in monday looking after business a w. Johnson of Hedrick called to see us monday while in the City. A g. Pomeroy spent sunday in Danville ills., the guest of friends. Melvin Cottingham of Independence had business in this place last monday. J. Hunt of West Lebanon was in monday attending commissioner s court. Misses Emma Odle Eva Long and mrs. Amanda Lisk were in Attica lust Friday. Mrs. Frank Mcbroon of West Lebanon was transacting business Here last saturday. We. Stephens of West Lebanon was looking after his political fences Here last saturday. Miss Maud Keifer of Hammond is visiting her sister mrs. James Armstrong of this place. Walter b. Hatton of Fountain county was the guest of his brother John and family Over sunday. Or. Fenton was called to the Village Friday in consultation with or. Jones Over the Case of j. C. Brier whom we learn is dangerously ill from fever. Joseph Albright of Warren township who takes charge of the poor farm the coming year was in our pity last week looking after interests. We wish him Success in i amp new Field. A men s underwear at 78 cents per suit at Frank Moore s. A John Herrick s Sale last thursday was Well attended. A the place to buy your dry goods and notions is at Frank Moore s. A Best line of underwear in War ren county will be found at Frank Moore s. A Santa clans is now fully opened up and making his annual distribution of Kinas gifts at e. A. Biggs a a full line of fancy and Staple groceries and at prices most reasonable. Are carried at the Hunter bakery. A there were Churchi services held in All the churches sunday during some part of the Day and All were Well attended. A now is your Cliance to get a Christmas present we Are going to close out our Holiday Stock at Cost. A Armstrong amp Swank. 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 this office for letter Heads note Heads envelopes cards Bills Sale Bills Etc. Prices As Low As consistent with Good Stock and work. A we want eggs eggs eggs and will pay the highest Cash Market Price for them. Bring your eggs to the h. Hunter restaurant. A the new Farmers and merchants Bank of Veedersburg was not a go it going into voluntary liquidation. Its outfit is now advertised for Sale. Be. A. Bigga establishment is Santa Claus Headquarters this year. Read his big and. This week and visit his place of business. He can fit you out for Xmas. A i have for Sale one Dan i orce Carriage but Little used and one co Quillard Wagon As Good As new and 50 shocks of fodder. J. D. Chambers. �?,il98 will buy the Choice of 25 different styles of ladies and misses Newmarket cloaks. These goods Are Worth three times the Money at Frank Moore s. A your attention is called to the fact that Santa Claus is put on the free list by special act to make his annual distribution of Holiday presents at e. A. Biggs Williamsport Indiana. A the presbyterian sunday school will hold their Christmas sunday school entertainment and treat in the Church on wednesday evening december 27th. A Good time is always had. A Henry Woodhams of Medina township informs us that he will be a candidate for commissioner for his District this fall Henry is a Good Man and made a Good race two years ago. A the m. E. Sunday school will give their annual Christmas entertainment at the opera House Christmas evening. The exercises will consist of a Short exercise and a treat for the teachers and pupils. A Fred Holtz the nominee of the party at the election held last Spring was appointed postmaster at this place last thursday. Fred has now received his commission and will take charge As soon As he has qualified. A in the damage suit of Henry French against marshal Russell t. C. Powell James Anderson and we. Cottingham for damages on a charge of false imprisonment which wa6 taken to the Fountain circuit court on a change of venue and which was tried last wednesday and thursday the jury after being out Twenty six hours failed to reach a verdict. The jury stood two for French and ten for the defendants. This Necessia. Tates the work All being done Over again. A mrs. Martha Howard died at her Home in this place at 2 a. Sunday morning after a Long illness from dropsy aged 75 years 10 months and 23 Days. She was the wife of Howard whose death proceeded hers some twelve years. She was the Mother of we. And John Howard and mrs. Hattie Slauter of this place. The funeral services conducted by the Rev. Myers were held at the residence at 10 a. In. Monday after which interment was made in the Goodwine cemetery in Liberty township. A first class meats at City meat Market. A albums Worth $5 Selling at $2.-50 at Armstrong amp Swanks. A fresh Weiner Wurst sausage fish Etc., on Sale at Hunter s bakery. A buy your Little girl a piano while you have a Chance to get it at Cost at Armstrong amp Swank s. A read Frank Moore s and. This week. Every line of it is a bargain. A we Are stocking up with a full line of tobaccos and cigars. And of the Best brands. H. Hunter. A bargains in every line of Frank Moore s and. This week. It will pay you to read it. A Call and see us we Are actually Selling our Stock of Holiday goods at Cost. A Armstrong amp Swank. A having re opened shop we Are anxious to see All old customers and Many new ones. T. N. Shinn. A we keep a first class lunch counter where the Public receive very attention. H. H Unter. A you will miss it if you fail to Call on Armstrong pfc Swank. They Are Selling out a Large Stock of Holiday goods at Cost. A the House of William Kellar of Veedersburg was entirely destroyed by fire last tuesday afternoon one week ago. A games books booklets Xmas cards building blocks toy Banks child trunks dolls Etc., at Cut prices a t e. A. Biggs a we Are making a special drive on the California peach. If you want the genuine go to h. Hunter s restaurant Williamsport. A a pleasant evening party was Given the Young folks by or. And mrs. Chas. Walters last wednesday evening. All present report a Good time. �?$1.98 just think Only .$1.98 for your Choice of 25 different styles of ladies and misses Newmarket cloaks. Get one before Ali a Are All gone a Frank Moore s. A the executive committee of the teachers association met in the county superintendent s office last saturday for the purpose of transacting their regular routine business. A ladles Gold watches from $10 to $.50 Diamond rings from $5 to .$50. Plush and fancy goods at your own Price at the bargain Palace of Warren . A. Biggs prop a read the new and. Of Hunter s bakery. You will find there everything kept at a first class restaurant and bakery. A Choice line of Xmas. Candies have just been put in from which to select. A albums in Plush celluloid Wood Silver and All sorts of Fine binding at unheard of Low prices. We Are going to make prices that will sell them. Come and look at our elegant new . A. Biggs. A thieves have been getting in their work in Fountain and Montgomery counties. They recently made a raid on both Newtown and Darlington. This is the season when Williamsport should take extra precautions. A the Christian Church will hold their annual Christmas treat for their sunday school saturday evening dec. 23, at their Church. All connected with the sunday school with their friends Are urged to be present. A the commissioners tuesday after hearing the evidence in the Case of the tax payers of Steuben is. Trustee starry ordered that the trustee make an itemized statement of his business to the Board at their regular March term. A a. C. Brier died at his Home near Pine Village monday night from fever. The funeral services were conducted from the residence at 10 o clock wednesday. Or. Brier was a most estimable Young Man and his death is greatly Felt by All who knew him. A sheriff Powell got his prisoner last Friday night and he is a Blue eyed 10-Pound boy which Tom has Given Over to the Safe keeping of mrs. Powell saying that the charge was too much for him. Tom had Cigar and butter scotch for All the boys saturday morning and had on his Best smile. We wish him Many Happy hours with his Fine new boy. We Are to have them a electric Xii hts. The h. B. Hill company of Evansville submitted a proposition to the town Board at a special meeting monday night the terms of which have virtually been accepted and when put in the form of a contract will be signed up by All parties concerned which will give the town a splendid electric Light system and Plant on Short notice. Briefly stated their terms Are As follows the company propose to put in a Plant in every Way suitable and ample to furnish fifteen arc lights of 2,000 Candle Power and at least two Hundred Inco descant lights of 16 Candle Power the town to furnish the location and building which after a 30-Days test and after a test by a competent electrician is to be accepted or rejected by the town without expense to them. If accepted the Plant is to be run by the company for six months at the same Cost to the town per month As the present Light system which is about $53, and the company is to have the income from private lights. At the end of 6 months the town is to pay $1,200 and $500 at the end of each succeeding six months until .$4,200 has been paid when the Plant becomes the property of the town. All income from the system is to go to the town after the first payment of $1,200 is made. There is no question but that the move is the Best yet made for the town and gives her a splendid Light system which in a few years becomes the property of the town at Only the expense of running it. True the payments Are a Little heavy at first but Are to the town s interest in the Long run. Under the present Light system it is All out and no return with but Little Light. _ circuit court. Republican Call. New cases filed. Cynthia Messner is. Simeon Weidenhammer it al., note Johnson amp Newell sex. Is. J. F Hartshorn and de. Reynolds note. Jason Bowlus is. Wabash rail Road co., damages. Sarah j. Lewis and Helen held is. Wabash r. R., damages. John c. Thorn is. Gideon leak breach of warranty change of venue from Fountain county. P. W. Anderson is. Sylvester of French note. Rebecca Shue is. Jos. And sol. Borders note. Thomas Young is. Adda m. Young divorce. Correl amp Rolfing is. Asbury Brier and we. Johnson debt. Richardson amp Mccrea is. Darwin f. Ferguson suit on note Charles w. Clem is. We. L. Ramsey to set aside mortgage. Ezra Johnson it al., petition on Public ditch. Soloman Wells is Thomas a Watkins it al., quiet title. John Grames is. Arthur Anderson debt. Janet c. Gibson is. West Lebanon Cem. Association enjoin der and for damages. Lawrence w. Cook is. John w. Villers and wife attachment. Sarah a. Cuppy is. Theodore Guppy. Divorce. David Harn is. C. Amp e. L r. Re a damages. Melissa Rhode is. Samuel Rhode divorce. Fannie a. Ryerson is. Percy Jones it al., partition. Alex. H. Ogle is. John w. Ogle debt. Williamsport state Bank is. Geo. B. Stump it al., debt and attachment. Notice. There will be no deliveries made by the drays on Christmas Day. Beebe amp Julian and s. H. Biggs pursuant to the directions of the Republican state committee the republicans of Warren county will meet in mass convention at the usual voting precincts in their respective townships or in some convenient room in the precinct on saturday january 6th. 1894, at 1 o clock p. M., for the purpose of choosing a member of the county Central committee for their respective precincts and for the purpose of selecting delegates and alternates to the District convention to be held at la Fayette ind. On january 18th, 1894, for the purpose of selecting a member of the Republican state committee for the 9th District. Each precinct in the county is entitled to select one Delegate and one alternate to select one Delegate and one alternate to such convention excepting precinct no. 2, in Washington township which is entitled to select two delegates and two alternates to such convention. No other business than the selection of such committeemen and such delegates shall be transacted at such mass conventions. The newly elected members of the Central committee will meet at Williamsport ind on january 13th, 1894, for the purpose of organization and assuming the duties of such committee. The several precinct committeemen will please take notice of this Call and make the necessary arrangements for the conventions and give such notices of place of meeting As May be necessary. The conduct of these conventions shall be under the control of the committeemen in their respective precincts who will report at once to the Secretary at West Lebanon the names of the new committeemen selected and the names of tie delegates selected to such conventions. C. V. Mcadams chairman j. Mavity Sec y. Quot stes we were surprised. A a woman fight entertained old town tuesday. A Frederick Williams of Medina is out for the nomination to the office of county sheriff. His announcement appears in this Issue. Or. A is in the prime of life and will make a vigorous Campaign and informs us he has great encouragement. He is a hard worker and his Many friends wish him Success upon our arrival Home last Friday noon we All unsuspecting by were forcibly reminded that it was our birthday and now that we recall the Many Little unusual which might have been noticed in our wife s two weeks preparation it All seems very Plain and we Are convinced that it is mighty easy for a Man to be deceived. The family table was stretched to its fullest capacity and then auditioned and occupied the largest room in the House and was loaded Down with big cakes some of which bore the significant Date of 1859-1893, two Choice hens of a two weeks fattening from the poultry Yard and oys res from the Ocean caves of Baltimore together with All other trimmings in proportion while in an adjoining room we found a few relatives Only who had been invited to sympathize namely p. W. Fleming wife and miss Lois e. A. Biggs wife miss Lota Joseph and Hal j. A Stinespring wife son and daughter and Charles Pomeroy wife and son All laughing at our expense. They had come they said to see us 34. We Felt old in experience and years but Rich in Friendship and Good things to eat. Well we All ate to our fill. Where the grub came from i Don t know but i am satisfied of two things one is that my wife can Cook and the other that when she wants to Surprise me she does it. When dinner was Over a Fine set of Silver knives and Forks of the Best Brand were presented with the compliments of p. W. Fleming and wife e. A. Biggs and wife Charles Pomeroy and wife j. B. Stinespring and wife and Grant Pomeroy an elegant tie with the compliments of miss Lois Fleming and a pair of Gold sleeve buttons by mrs. Clifton. The Surprise was a most effectual and Happy one and we shall be glad always birthday or not to see our a the greatest bargains Ever offered in All lines of Holiday goods. We Are bound to sell come to us for Christmas . A. Biggs Williamsport. Assist

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