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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - June 22, 1893, Williamsport, Indiana A a Warren county a \ a quot a r. A. Cim . A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport Warren county. Quot Home first. The world �1.00 per tour vol. In. Willlam sport Warren county Indiana to tuesday june 22. Is93. Number 25. I a amp fair stirs avid face Kaiv ers Balses in paints Oam Omines. Prices always reasonable estimates on work cheerfully Fern Islip a. Address =�1 me Vii i a of. Timo Geo Msj Gookins Carpenter builder . Estimates on All kinds of work cheerfully furnished free of charge where contracts Are made. Reference if required. Address George Gocking Wabash r. R. Time table. Stray notice. Asks Twain. No 41 Kansas City express no. 43 st. Louis limited no. A quot Pacific express no. 77 local freight acc in eastward. No. -12 new York amp Boston sex. No. I a Atlantic express no. 4 i k. C. And Toledo no to to ocal freight an Decin no. 0 1 to rough freight amp aces trains 12 Ido not Stop at Liis Point. Trains 14 45, daily. All others daily except sunday. E. Kent agent. O. Amp e. I. Time table. 5 4.t p. a 0 a. 12 41 1. s 20 a. 12 57 a. Or 2 1 p. A quot 9 29 am quot 2 31 p. A quot 0 21 p. J Maxim uitime to gains. Danville Junction. J i effect june 4ih. Trains Solt tir. No. S Terre haute Evans l sex. 2 5 . Quot 7 Nashville special 10 28 quot 1 Terre haute eve nov l jail 1 10 . Quot 9 quot a com 7 05 quot quot 5 Nashville limited a 15 quot trains Rioin ii. 10.4 Chicago express a toa. Or. Quot it chi. And Nash i limited 5 27 quot "10 Chicago express g quot quot 2 Chicago mail 2 a p. Or. Quot 8 world s fair special i 00 quot st. Loui division. Sovani Novlyn. No. S5 com quot s7 local Frei Glit nok l in i oud. No. Of accommodation quot is local Frei Glit 2 43 p. 7 i�0 a. 5t. 9 10 a. Or. 5 15 p. 3t a daily. Other trains except sunday. Trains a 4 7 carry Pullman Palace sleeping cars trains 1 Liui Fet Ojiri oscars lie tween Chicago Evansville. Trains 5 i run solid Between Chicago Nashville iii id carry Pullman Palace sleeping cans elegant Day coaches. Chas. A Stone g. P. Amp t. A., Chicago. W. B. Due Jorow attorney. Notice of administration. Notice is hereby Given that the under Sig Neil a Asileen appointed i y tile clerk of the circuit court of Warren county state of Indiana Agni Istratov of the estate of is non Dysert late of Warren county deceased. Said estate is supposed to to solvent. Lbs Linden our Lune 1st�?w3. Jai Adindu Istratov. Sale of school lands. State of Indiana walk in county i notice is hereby Given that on saturday the 22d Day of july 1893, at one o clock p. M., at the door of the court House in Williamsport Warren county la iii iia the undersigned county auditor treasurer of said county will Oto or for Sale at Public auction to tile highest bidder the following school lands ordered by the Jjo of commissioners of said county to be said to wit commencing Tsvor thirds 2 i rods North of the South East Corner of tiie about ii East Quarter of the South East Quarter of Section sixteen a i. Township Twenty three 2 North. Range nine 9 West in said Warren county thence North ten two thirds Lorfn rods thence West thirty , thence South ten two thirds rods thence East thirty rods to the place of beginning. A Kums of Saik one Fourtly of the Purchase Money to be paid Cash in hand on the Day of Sale the interest on the residue for one year in Advance at tire rate of six 0 per cent per annul. A credit of ten 10 year from Date of Sale with like interest payable annually in Advance will l e Given for the residue of said Purchase Money. No la id will be accepted of less than one Dollar Twenty live cents per acre. c. Fenton county auditor Peter w. Fleming county treasurer 6-15 w4 p is fee �z10.25 c. V. Mcadams attorney for plaintiff. Sheriff s Sale. Pike Village Ijiri Vna tune 12,1893. One yearling steer red White spotted appraised at fifteen dollars was on the 2isd Day of May 1��, found in Joseph o. Hover s pasture in Adams township Warren county Indiana in whose Possession it now is. A a ili Wadley. J. P. State of Indiana f. A Kukk county. Or p. W. Schoonover clerk of the Warren circuit court in for said county do hereby certify that the above foregoing is a full True Complete copy of the original notice now on file in my of witness whereof i Hereunto sub Seal scribe my affix the Seal a of said Courtat Williamsport this 13th Day of june 1893.p. W. Schoonover clerk. W. A walk Jan Deputy. Commisso Ner s Sale. By virtue of a Cert fled copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Warren circuit court Ina cause isl Wintill Ami Jas. Hugh Herryman Are defendants requiring me to make the sum of eleven Hundred ninety one dollars thirty two cont la with interest on said decree costs i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the 8th Day of july a. D. 1893,. Between the hours of 10 o clock ii m. And. 4 of clock la p. Of said Day at the door of the court House in Williamsport Warren county Indiana the profits for a Tenn idiot exceeding a even years the following real estate set i a rated in Warren co , Indiana to wit the East half of che Softli East Quarter t the East half of the Norh West Quarter of the South East Quarter the halt of the North half of the South West Quarter of the a Southeast Quarter All in Section three 8 a in township Twenty two 22range seven 7 West excepting ten acres there of de a scribed As follows a commencing at the North Oast Corner of Fth South East Quarter of said Section Oliree Phonco run icing forty 40 rods iii enc South forty 40 rods thence East forty 40 rods thence North forty 40 rods f a to the place of commencing if such rents or oils will not sell for a Sull Lieut sum to satisfy said decree inter-8ts costs i will at the same time Ilace expose to Puljic Sale the fee simple at isaid Reil estate or so much to Hereof As Anibe butt Clent to discharge said do Creek a interests costs. Said Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation i or appraisement Laws. Of i of Powell quot --v.,a. Sheriff of Warren county. Titae 14th, 1893, w3 pre foe ?9.80t notice is Here ii Given that the undersigned a commis Souer appointed in the of Nancy a. Mcdaniel Otai against Frederick Roberts al al will pursuant to the order of the Warren circuit court made in said , at or near the Ortii East Corner of Section nine 9 in township Twenty three 2snorth of Range eight s West in the county of Warren slate of Indiana near the Soutsi West Corner of tie farm now owned Ivy James Bussie. In said Warren county Indiana on saturday july 15th, 1893, sell at Public auction to the highest bidder tiie following described real estate situated in tiie county of Warren state of Indiana to wit the East half of the North East Quarter of Section nine in towns iii Twenty three 2 North of Range eight West except tiie part thereof bounded described As follows commencing at the North East Corner thereof thence South eighty rods thence West eighteen rods thence North eighty rods thence East eighteen rods to the place of beginning at 10 o clock a. Terms of Sale one tii ird Cash in hand one third in nine months one tii ird in Eigl Iteen months Rise purchaser to give note wit ii approved personal Security. The property must be sold for not less Titan two thirds of its appraised value. Appraisement can be seen at said place on the morning of said july 15, or before that Finie at the office of the undersigned in Fowler Indiana. Lee Dinwiddie commissioner. 25-w4 p is fee $10.50 a Novelty for , our new two horse Power engine was put in place last tuesday one week ago has been constantly in use running our quot presses on every working hour since. We have the Only steam Power press in the counties of Fountain Warren in operation the first Eva used in Warren county. We run easily 1,260 papers to the hour on both our Cylinder Job presses operating one or both at the same time with no inconvenience whatever. We do work of All kinds in our line cheaper than Ever because we can do it so much faster. We shall be highly pleased to have you Call see our new departure at work get acquainted with us. The following is a list of our visitors since last Friday morning Harry Johnson fran tie Cameron Isaiah Smith Chas. Pitcher or h. Compton Lota Biggs miss manii canutt mrs. Lafe. Mullen a e Wilson j w brie Louis French Fred Claypool mrs. John ller Ricica Louis w rend editor Mcwilliams s c Hanson Frank Potter g Cary Stark e f Mccabe Robt Hall Lawrence Durbrow w p Ermey John Hock sol meets abroad Cole Sam Saylor Sam Mathis or Roy i nipple s c Fis Iier a j Hogue Frank Moffett Hal Swisher j m Hunter a amp Odle miss Ella Kent re winks Frank. Floore de Orange George stump or Obediah Raines re Long Frank Crumpton c g Briggs be Wiley w e Wakeman or Dellarte or Osborn w Smith Grant Taylor vol Correll Samuel Swart win Swarts Milton Corlitt let mis Pitcher Thad Alger Jos Sutlon Jess Julian Mark Grant b r Gregory Zulu Matlis Chas. Pitcher or set ii Compton Hermon Timmons Louise Kadel miss Clara Kadel Jas. Armstrong e a Biggs Henry French Jeri y Prather Frank Sorrels miss Glenn John Stinespring Horace Goodwine Wayne Hansi n Melvin Cottingham c v Mcadams w p Rhodes w b Durbrow Charles Sentina we Hock i Ferguson w p j allies a Stout Warren Dye Oscar Bittinger j g Mccord Ino Howard or Fred Swarts a l Slauter c j Shack Eltomi la Allen Siiss Ella Morris editor h c canutt m Owens George stump or f rank Blue Jos Cantrell Eli Mathis will Yeagy j h Brigg i Organ agent Henry Mohnsan or Swank j a Hatton c l Messner w Bader e l Hottenstein Jess Titus Ellis Ross Chas Ross Frank Emmera Cimias Poni Eroy Mark Bee be mrs Jane Swank George Pitcher drowned while by fling. Tie Inq Niesl diet. With s by amp loss a a nine round Mill Between Danville 111., Lafayette parties took place in the Woods near p Oster this county tuesday night the match being a draw. Sheriffs Powell Anderson got on the scene a Little late Buran the parties into Covington failing however to capture them. We were in Abl t9 lesion a a Zaineb. A. D. Wade of Mulberry looses life monday likening quot by taking cramps while bathing in the River near a the quot Wabash Railroad Bridge at Attica. County Coroner w. A Yea was summoned to Attica monday evening about 9 o clock to hold an inquest Over the body of a Young Man by the name of a. D. Wade who had been drowned about 7 30 p. M., in company with a review representative immediately left for the scene. Upon arriving at Attica the body had been removed to the residence of mrs. C. L. Limbrick on main Sti Sefc where the Young Man had boarded he having been a teacher in the Attica Anli ools was during vacation engaged with prof. Mulli nex in conducting a Normal where it was viewed by the Coroner when it was decided to hold the inquest at 8 . The following Day which was done. The following is the testimony As taken each gentleman being duly sworn Case Arnold quot i live in Attica Indiana last a quot a a. D. Wade alive about 7 30 p. M., june 19, 93, passing my House going towards the River with three other Young men. I next saw him when i made my dive for him lying at the Bottom of thu River on his Side in a cramped position with his face up Stream. There were no signs of life Vav Hen i brought him to the surface. It seemed to me i went Down about 25 or 30 feet. About 30 feet i think. Efforts were made to restore him to life without Elf pct. Or. Rupert arrived in a few minutes after an examination stated Juit there were no signs of life Ivilse being entirely gone. I believe ice went into the River for the purpose of Lemuel Seward quot reside in Attica Indiana. I last saw a. D. Wade alive swimming in the River Between West Bank an first pier of Wabash Railroad Bridge. He must have gone into the liver for the purpose of bathing. He gave signs of drowning when i looked at him a second time. He went Down tie next time i saw him was when Case Arnold brought his body ashore after recovering it from the River. Or. Rupert was called to examine the Joseph Beard quot live in Attica Indiana. I last saw a. D. Wade alive As he was walking in company with three other boys across the Railroad Bridge. Saw his body when Case Arnold brought it to the surface after recovering it. I believe Wade went into the River to Bathe. Or. Rupert was called to restore life if or. A. Rupert a i last saw . Wade alive at about 8 p. M., june 16, 93, at k. Of p. Lodge. I next saw or. Wade s body on the opposite Bank of the River about 7 30 p. M., june 19, 93, when i examined it found no signs of life existing. Think he went into the water for the purpose of bathing. The indications were that death was caused by w. N. Limbrick. Quot i live in Attica Indiana. I last saw a. D. Wade alive about 7 20 p. M., monday evening disappearing in the River Between the West Bank the pier of the Railroad Bridge he was evidently trying to save himself. There were two other gentlemen present one of them was Mana Ettinger the other i cannot name. I next saw his body when it was brought to the Attica Side of the River in a boat i having gone when i knew he was drowning for help. Case Arnold is the gentleman sent to recover the body a ii As told that or. Rupert was present to examine the body am satisfied he was there. Wade went into the River to Bathe. The remains were taken to the House of my Mother mrs. Carrie l. Limbrick on main Street where or. Wade boarded quot Coroner s verdict. In accordance with the above evidence i find the body Over which i was called to hold an inquest Mon Dikiy evening june 19th, 1893, was that of Adolphus d. Wade aged 28 years. He came to his death by accidental drowning while bathing in the Wab Asli River at the Point where body was recovered Between the hours of 7 8 p. M., june 19,1898. Warren u. Bag a Coroner Warren co. Additional facts concerning the Young Man will be Given next week a Suppe lev Flotz Eric it thi week. The repeated wart Ings Given by the be viev of our danger from fire without water Protection fully verified personal. The Mill valued at $8,000 a total loss with no insurance a contents valued at �1.000, with $600 insurance All go up in flames smoke. The alarm of fire was sounded at about 2 30 saturday p. And it was soon discovered that the upper Story of the flouring Mill was in flames. Our citizens responded promptly the bucket brigade fire department were Eaily on the scene but the Mill could not be saved. A great Wreath of White smoke poured from every Crevice grew stronger Blacker until the flames burst Forth in huge columns making it evident that to save the Mill was an impossibility almost from the first. The efforts of Many of our citizens were at once turned toward saving All that was possible of the contents of the Mill while yet others toiled manfully to keep the flames from spreading to other buildings. The engine Hose were quickly brought into play the efficiency of the much berated machine was Deary apparent in holding the fire. Where the engine could not reach As the territory was too wide for it the bucket brigade kept the flames from spreading the fire was thus confined to but one building a. W. Alexander s stable outside the Mill. With All this heroic work had not a Strong North East wind prevailed which carried the intense heat away from the old firetrap to the rear of business rooms nothing could have saved the town the Mill being somewhat isolated. The Mill has been operated until within the last year by Haines amp porch when the partnership was dissolved the Mill leased to Geo. Stump jr., last August for one year. The Mill was Gold by Haines in february to w. T. Moore or. Expected at the expiration of stump s lease to take charge of run the Mill operating with it at the same time the town s electric Light Plant. Or. Moore s loss is about with no insurance his policy but recently having expired. Or. Stump s loss was 700 bushels of wheat about 100 barrels of flour a number of articles to the value in All of about $1,000 upon which he carried $600 of an insurance in the North american insurance co. Great credit is due de. Orange for his presence of mind in turning on the water Supply when he saw that the Mill could not be saved thus probably preventing a double catastrophe. The origin of the fire is not known the supposition being however that it originated from a spark from an engine apparently from the roof on the South West Corner of the building. In pulling Down d. K. Butt s icehouse William karst was truck in the Back of the head with a heavy Chain rope slipping from its fastenings producing an ugly Scalp wound while Phil. Nordurft was Hurt in the Side by the same. Geo Carter with several others was overcome by heat but As yet it is thought nobody is fatally injured. The West end of Blue s shops together with the Railroad Bridge opposite caught fire several times but with the presence of the train Crew citizens the fire was extinguished. Though the loss is a heavy one for messes. Moore stump the town May be considered very fortunate. We should protect ourselves against fire by a water Supply. A the review is Only one Dollar per year then the Dollar is not due until the end of the year. Cal give us your name. If Yogi get a , read it carefully with a View to seeing what it contains. This is our regular weekly Issue a is if anything below Tbs Yei a r. A. Hottenstein is improving. I. T. Slauter lady attended Chu Roli Here sunday judge Mccabe wife spent sunday at the Home farm. H. A. Cadwallader of Rossville 111., was in the City Friday. John Murphey of Rainsville was in the City courting saturday. H. B. Tyler was in the City wednesday being again Able to be about. J. W. Brown of Boswell Wasin the City saturday transacting business. Miss Ella Ermey is visiting her sister mrs. We. A Shurtz. At Hammond. Mrs. L. Wilson Mary of Attica were calling in our City sunday afternoon. T. N. Shinn family returned last Friday from their trip to Marion Indiana. Mrs. Or Clark daughter of Logansport Are visiting mrs. Clark s parents in this place Hon John Dunwiddie of Fowler had business in this court saturday spending the Day Here. John Harvey family of Kickapoo were the guests of recorder Boggs lady sunday. Odle of the Village made our office a pleasant Call last saturday awhile in the City. Mrs. Julia Nichol her Mother mrs. Hand sicker left saturday for a weeks visit at the world s fair. Ben. Quot Wilber Lou Martin of Attica were in the City saturday brought Over on a double Quick by the lire alarm. Mrs. L. A. Sailor spent several Days last week at the Home of her parents in West Point returning Friday. Mrs. De. Wilson of Hammond who has been visiting relatives Here the past week returned Home this week. Treasurer p. W. Fleming family spent saturday night in West Lebanon returning sunday afternoon. A. J. Hetrick who has been Laid up from an Accident since the ice last Winter with a broken hip was in town wednesday. J. E. Campbell wife daughter of Crown Point Are visiting at the Home of e. Mears. And or. Campbell is taking treatment at the min eral Springs for rheumatism editor Williams of the Fountain Warren Democrat came Over thursday afternoon to see our new engine operate. He says she is a Daisy that he is to have one like it. V. R. Crabb of the North part of the county had business in town saturday made us a pleasant Call. After sizing up our office seeing our presses operated by by Power he said quot you have Nuques tio Naly Thebes outfit of any county paper any were near. Of we agree with him. H. F. Canutt a former resident of this place editor of the Wabash commercial now editing the Olathe Leader at Olathe Kansas is visiting relatives in this county City. We much enjoyed the pleasure of talking to or. C. And he looks much improved we know he is making a Success of the newspaper business because the Leader is a constant visitor to the re Viii Oil ice my vice versa. A the 1.0. O. Of Lodge meets regularly on monday night of each week instead of tuesday As announced in our last Issue. A married at the m. A parsonage by the Rev. Myers thursday evening Harmon Sorrels miss Birdie Howard both of West Leba a non. The review extends congratulations. A we have witnessed the unloading of the finest car Load of machinery Ever brought to Western Indiana consisting of Milwaukee binders acid mowers. We Are sure it will pay you Well to examine these machines. Hottenstein says he can Supply any one with a Binder or Mower in Twenty minutes. He is prepared to care for those needing har vesting machinery Binder twine Hax a troika Hay rakes Etc. A i i i a i .1 quot my ->1 a i a a a i a i

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