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Williamsport Review Republican (Newspaper) - November 9, 1893, Williamsport, Indiana , Warren oo�niy"., # r. A. us a. A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. Quot Home first. The world afterwards per year vol. Iii. Wabash r. R. Time table. Westward. No 41 Kansas City express 5 15 p. At. No. 13 st. Louis limited a. M. No. 45 a Cicilic 1-41 p. Al. No. 77 local Froid Litand acc m a 2o a. M a Steakl. No. I l new York amp Boston sex. 12 57 a. K. No. A Atlantic exp Russ 2 u no. 4 k. C. And Toledo express .1 29 a. 3i. No. 7 it Loc al Kreit it and acini 2 a j. M. No. Or. Ali Rouglin Frei Imbt amp acc i. M. Trains 12and 48do not Stop at this Point. Trains 42, �,14 and 15, daily. All oui Urs e. In rent sport Warren county. Lib Diana. Thursday november it1893. Number 45 daily except sunday. C. Amp. E. table. A a i. C. Division in effect August i the. To aids Poutu mail amp passenger local freight in trains South mail a passenger local freight la. M the mail and passenger North connects at Momence with no. 10, arriving at Chicago at 2 10 p. M. To lain i time Frains Dan Junction. In effect a Aust 6th. Trains South. No. Terre haute Evans l sex. A. Or. Quot 7 Nashville special n0 2b quot quot 1 Terre haute eve nov l mail 1 10 p. Or. Quot 9 quot Zacconi 7 0i quot 5 Nashville limited is 40 quot Tell alas a a til. No. 4 Chicago express 1 k a. Or. Quot i Chi. And Nash l limited quot quot 10 Chicago express a 50 quot quot 2 Chicago mail 2 of p. Or quot s world s fair special Ltd 00 quot st. Louis division. South bound. No. 85 Shelbyville a com 0 55 p. Or quot 87 local freight 7 00 a i Kokoth Bourn. No. 80 accommodation 9 40 a. A quot 88 local freight 5 45 p. Jim Dally. Other trains daily except Sun by. Trains 3 and 4 carry Pullman Palaco sleeping cars and trains 7 and8 Lui Irp parlor cars Between Chicago and Evansville. Trains 5 and 0 run Sond Between Chicago and Atlanta and carry Pullman Palace sleeping cars and elegant Dav coaches. . L. Stone g. P. Amp t. A., Chicago. Application Fop. License. Notice is hereby Given to the citizens of state line Indiana and to All others whom it May concern that the undersigned a male inhabitant and Over the age of Twenty one 21 years and a citizen of tie a state of Indiana will apply to the honorable Hoard of commissioners of Warren county Indiana at their next regular session commencing Oil the first monday in december next for a License to sell spirituous vinous and malt liquors in a less Quantity than a quart at a time for one \1 year with the privilege of allowing the same to be drank on the premises where sold. The premises Whereon said iii jurors Are to be sold and drank is in a to o Story Brick building situated on lot no. Six 0block no. Six 0 in state line City Kent township state of Indiana. 11-2, 9 w4 George Layton. Notice of final settlement of estate. In the matter of the estate of Joseph Franlkin deceased. In the Warren circuit court december term Isk. Notice is Given that the undersigned As administrator of tui estate of Joseph Franklin deceased has presented and filed final account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and Itiat the same will come up for the examination and action of said circuit or it urt on the 2. It the Day of december , at which time All persons interested in said estate Are required to appear in said court Aud show cause if any Liere be Why said account and vouchers should not 1� approved. And the heirs of said estate and All others interested tiie rein Are also hereby required at the time and place aforesaid to appear and make proof of their Heirship or claim to Ai part of said estate. 4-w4 fee $4.80 j w. Wilstach . Mcadams att y for Phi Inthir. Sheriff s Sale. virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk s Ollice of the Warren circuit court of Warren county. Indiana in a cause wherein Lames c. is plaint id and Lohn Roberts an Ltd others arc defendants re iii ring to to make the sum of six Hundred and seventy two dollars and seventy one cents ii>72.71wotli interest on said decree and Cost 1 will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday the second Day of december a. D., so 9. Between the hours of 10 o clock . And 4 o clock p. In. Of said Day at the door of the court House of said Warren county Indiana the rents and profits for a term note Cee fling seven years of the following described real estate to wit the e list half of tie South West Quarter and tin West half of the South East Quarter excepting tie following i beginning on the it ial Road at the North West Corner of William Hock s land and the North East Corner of Harvey k. Wilson s land thence East Twenty two 22 and nine i feet to a Rock in Daniel Mec Kateliev s line thence North thirty three rods and five .5 Leet thence West Twenty six and one half 2ii 1-2 rods to t he state Road thence southerly along said Road to to the place of beginning. Also excepting the following tract,.commencing at the North West Corner of tile East half of the South East Quarter of Section eleven 11township 22. North Range seven 7 West South one Hundred and Twenty seven rods Clience Twenty seven 27 rods thence diagonally and parallel to the Center of the Road to the Northwest Corner of the s Juth East Quarter of said Section eleven 11thence East eighty <s0 rods to the place of commencing All being in Section eleven 11township Twenty two 22 North Range seven 7 West in Warren county Indiana. In such rents and profits will not sell for a bul Clent sum to satisfy said decree interest and costs i will at the same time and place expose at Public Sale the foe Siisi Leof said Ileal estate or so Micili thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interest and costs. Hald Sale will be made with omit any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Powell sheriff or Warren county. Nov. 9, for see $14.75. H. H. , amp . Attorneys. Notice to heirs creditors Etc. In the matter of the estate of George Lapo deceased. In the Warren Clr Uit court. October term 1893. Notice is hereby Given that Edwin s. Spencer As administrator of the estate of George Lape deceased has presented and filed his account and vouchers in Linal settlement of s iid estate that the san will come up for examination and act ion <,., said circuit court on the 2tuh Day of de Weinber 189. At which i time 11 heirs creditors or legatees of said estate Are required to appear in said court Ana show cause if any there be Why said account and vouchers should not be approved. And tiie heirs of said estate Are also Here ii required at the time and place aforesaid to appear and Snake proof of their i Heirship. E. S. Spencer admin nov. 9th�? w-4 lis Trator. Application for License. Notice is hereby Given to the citizens of Pine Village Adams township. Warren county Indiana that the undersigned a male. Inhabitant of time state of Indiana Over the ago of Twenty one 21 years will apply to the honorable Board of Tommis sinners of said Warren , on tiie first Day of their december term to wit on december four 418�, for a License to sell spirituous vinous and malt liquors in a less lii Antty than a quart at a time with the privilege of allowing the same to lie drank on the premises whens sold. The precise location of the premises in which desires to sell such is Ile scribed As follows a one Story irame building,21x59 feet inside situated on the East half of lot no. Four 4in Block seven 7. In i. Metsker s West division of the town of Pine Village Warren county. Indiana. James Minniear. Nov. 9, 189 a w i. Personal. Uncle William Crow was in the City Monchiu. James Cline and lady were in the City monday. Jolly Mark m. Kiger transit ted business Here last saturday. Thomas Brown transacted business at Williamsport last saturday. Willet Hunter find lady attended the k. Of a supper last Friday even ing quot. James Moore of Pike was in tie City monday morning transacting business. Mrs. Tillman Owens and miss a court closed last saturday. A. E. Made Rae is delivering some Owens were callers at Titis office saturday. Judge Mccabe of Indianapolis spent sunday he re the guests of relatives and friends. Mrs t. C. Powell spent a portion of last week with Lime friends in Steuben township. Mrs. W. Ruttei of Pine Village was transacting business in Williamsport last thursday. Ezekiel Warbritton and his Kotlier of Warren township Are both quite ill from typhoid fever. A. A. Peltier was in the City saturday transacting business Aud kindly remembered the review. Grant Taylor and wife arrived Here monday Aud will spend some Days visiting relative Sand friends. Cole Buttler one of Liberty township s enterprising Farmers made the review office a pleasant Call Friday. Benjamin Brown of Pine was in the City saturday transacting Busi less. While Here he subscribed for the Warben review. John Trotter one of the review s prompt subscribers dropped in to see us saturday. Or. Trotter will move on the Pitcher place in the Spring. John Hopkins of East Liberty was in the City monday and made us a pleasant Call. Or. Hopkins has been Sull ering the past three weeks with la Grippe. De. Schlosser accompanied by his Nephew Loy left Friday for Texas where they wiil spend the Winter in the Hope of the change being Benin cial to de s health. De. S. Spencer of Mound called on us last saturday. His notice of final settlement As administrator of the estate of George Lape deceased will be found in this Issue. Or. And mrs. Alex Mcgahn of Green Hill were transacting business in Williamsport last saturday and gave us a Call or. Mcgahn tells us he thinks of moving to Iowa in the near future. We wish them Success wherever May be. Or. And mrs. C. Rex of Independence were among our callers tuesday while in tie City. Or. Rex has just returned from Chicago where he has been engaged in helping take care of world s fair visit ors during the fair and reports that he grew very tired and was glad to return Home. Choice Railroad ties at this review is $1 per year or from now until Jan. 1st, 9o, for . A Wells Are again beginning to fail. Much rain is needed before Winter closes in. Come to the review office for All kinds of Job work. We appreciate your Trade. A tie new Mill is being pushed rapidly and will be made ready to run at the earliest possible Date. A Chas. G. Mcclaflin this year had out Over 800 acres of Corn which he has nearly husked and which he says is making close to fifty bushels per acre. A the dedicatory services of the new Church at Locust Grove will be held sunday nov. 19i,h. The Public is cordially invited to attend. A there Are 840 inmates in the Northern Penitentiary. This number exceed by seventeen the highest number Ever in the prison before. A much of the goods stolen from West Lebanon parties were found in the Woods near Danville 111., recently and it is altogether probable that the guilty parties will be captured. A John Burgeson living West of this place died from typhoid fever Early saturday morning. The burial services were held sunday interment being made at Riverside cemetery. A typhoid fever has been unusually prevalent this fall it being too of a More fatal Type than usual. Several now in different sections Are Down with it. Wiiilie several have died from its effects. The Waynetown do Palch one of the news est local papers of Slont Gomery county came to our table last week. It states that Wayne town is fast recovering from the effects of her recent terrible fire. A William Snyder aged 24 years died from constr in tion at the Home of his father in Liberty township last tuesday. The remains were shipped wednesday evening to Williamsburg Ohio tie family s old Home for interment. A Rocky dal chapter order of Eastern Star will meet Friday evening at 7 o clock. All of the order requested to be present As there is business of importance to come before the meeting. Mrs. A. E. Wilson w. M. Sheriff Powell left by the morning train monday for Plainfield with hit i Newland a he about 14 years old from the Home at West Lebanon in charge where he will be placed for the required time. The boy was sent on a charge of Petit larceny. A we thankfully acknowledge the receipt of a half Bushel of Fine red onions from b. F. Robinson of Pond Grove. Or. Robinson is a Success at the onion business. Lie states that from about three acres of ground he has raised the past season Over six Hundred bushels of onions and they ire Choice ones. The season too was not the Mot favourable. A we. Fei Guson and son Darwin october with went to Lexington k.y., to Purchase some Standard bred horses. He bought four Standard bred fillies one year old. On their return they stopped at Spring Ville ind., visiting or. Ferguson s Sisters and Brothers. His sister mrs. Ann Murry and her Niece miss Pearl Ferguson returned Home with him for a visit. While Here they visited the old Home place in Prairie township and other places of interest to them while Here. They returned Home last Friday. A of All accusations against an editor this is the Best one we have Ever heard. An estimable citizen came in the other Day and stopped his paper because Mesa Idle endorsed the saloons. Quot we Jav he said quot i am told you drive ten Miles to get a Saloon keeper s License publication and then take it for $2." if this be True no wonder the review has been a go in the face of Many obstacles. But who Ever heard of an editor having that much Hustle the reputation of the profession is our answer to the charge. A the Graham Earle company play at Oxford next week. A note Frank Moore s new and. In this Issue. He Lias another Surprise for you. A a big crowd was in attendance at j. W. Inc Ord s Sale last tuesday near Pine Village Ami property sold fairly Well. A a near Hillsboro in Fountain county furnishes the sensational sensation of a Church Organ fight. Williamsport sympathizes. A Frank Johnston of the Oakland Stock farm presents new features in his and. Titis week. His Stock Sale notwithstanding the hard times a Success. A the Ambia Mciva has it that mrs. L. Clark will Institute a damage suit against about five Saloon keepers for Selling Lite for to her son who was found dead about two weeks a Shiloh s Viii Sizer is what you need for dyspepsia torpid liver yellow skin or kidney trouble. It guaranteed to give Yon satisfaction. Price 75c. Sold by w. Tompkins druggist. A John smart of Plains Villa has i in for the Fountain Warren demo Ord on account of an article published in its columns concerning him some time last Spring. Or. Smart says he has been damaged and will seek redress through the courts. A we want the local news from every locality. We have a Model letter from Marshfield this week. Let 01 hers come just like it from All Over the county and we will make an extra Ellort to have them appear. Get Vliem to us not later than tuesday noon. A a special feature of the review this a Eek is our quot epitome of we have also every week a tal Mage Sermon and a continued Story with Artuch other general news outside of Home matter All tor al per year or from now to Ian. 1st, 1895, for .$1.15. A Charnett Clawson aged of years and a brother in Law of p. W. Lewis of this place an old and respected citizen of Warren township dropped dead from paralysis while husking Corn near his Home last monday one week ago. The funeral services were held tuesday from the residence. A or. More the Post master at Bradshaw va., after Reading an advertisement of Chamberlain s Colic cholera and Diar Racsa remedy concluded to try a Small bottle of it. He says quot i used it in two cases for Colic find three for diarrhoea with perfect satisfy Actium. I have handled and Vised a Groat Deal of Patent Medicine but never tried any that gave As Good resulta As for Sale by w. Tompkins druggist. A a special meeting of the pastors of the Lafayette District m. A Church was held nov. 1st. A number of interesting addresses were delivered. It was also recommended that every member of the Church be pledged to pay the amount necessary to bring the Church Benevolence to the million and a Quarter line and that the District be divided into four sub districts for evangelistic work which was done. The Ava Bash District consists of Attica Williamsport West Lebanon state line Shawnee Mound and Shade land and Mound Prairie District of Oxford Pine Village Boswell Ambia and Montr Morenci. A the dedicatory supper and Ball Given by the k. Of a s last Friday evening were Well attended especially the former there being about three Hundred present. The supper was Fine and the Young people of the presbyterian Church who had this part of the programme in hand deserve much Praise. After supper a very pleasant hour was spent at the Hall in toasting upon different subjects in touch with the order while at the opera House those who cared to dance quot chased the glowing hours with flying feet quot until much later. The affair was a very pleasant one All around and most of the neighbouring lodges were represented West Lebanon carrying old the laurels. Agents quot wanted. Live agents wanted in every township in Fountain and Warren counties. Goods recommend themselves. Address or Call on t. N. Shinn Williamsport. Ind. Letter list. Inst of unclaimed letters remaining in the pos Ohice at Williamsport Indiana on the first Day of november 1893 Ballen Tizie. Miss Lydia link or. M iss Nancy . 1. Cameron i pm i lie an Gay miss Carris Meredith miss Minnie Miller. Mrs. Aaaanda Owen ,1. C. Hay James n. Lock yield i org it. If not called for in one month will be sent to the dead letter office. Parties calling for any of the above letters will please say j. H. Step Henson p. M. November is. A 8. Ten glad yes were too Micuch. Frank i ferryman says monday s Danville. 111. after drinking ten glasses of whiskey at thu quot two Johns quot sit Loon was picked up by an of Licor at the rear of the place dead drunk on saturday in a it and put in the station House where lie died sunday morning about 5 o clock. Merryman was 32 years of and the son of Alex. Mer Ryman of Attica and a son in Law of John Williams of this place. The remains were placed in a Pine Box and shipped to or at Attica monday for burial. The co wire Vii adds quot it would have Cost Vermillion county ii4 to have a grave dug. Hence it was cheaper to pay one passenger fare to Attica and let his old father Bury the court news. State is. W. I. James assault and Battery with intent to kill verdict not guilty. State is. Lohn Kidwell Petit larceny continued. State is. Enoch Graham rape id i c to e n t q u asked. State is. Ella and Stella Cox keeping House of ill Fame defendants dismissed. Gideon leak it al. Is. Elizabeth Francis it al., debt judgment against defendant for $245.33, and $35 attorney s fees. John t. Evans it al. Is. John h. Day it al., Appeal from commissioners court stricken from docket. Ditch petition of s. B. Mathis is. Marion Goodwine ditch continued. Augustas Cronkhite is. Geo. L. Reynolds it al., foreclosure continued. Pettit s body. A Wab buried be Ide his father at of Weinio and not beside lies. Pettit. The Oswego n. Y., palladium of monday commenting upon the death of Pettit says quot his body arrived Here to Day and is at Dain s undertaking rooms. It was the dying wish of Pettit that his body be buried beside that of his wife at West Monroe. The friends of mrs. Pettit were notified but they refused to receive the body of the Man who had killed the woman he had promised to love and cherish so the remain will be buried this extract is a simple statement of the facts in the Case. Mrs. Baker Pettit s aunt upon receipt of Warden French s Telegram announcing his death and request to be buried beside his dead wife wired the Warden to Send on the remains and addressed mrs. Shields a note informing her of the facts and of the request. Mrs. Shield s answer was a peremptory refusal to permit it so the remains were l i old at Oswego and buried in the cemetery there beside those of his father and there they rest. Pet tit s Mother his Only near relative has lost her reason in consequence of his trouble and is living a helpless but hard less maniac with mrs. Baker. She does not know that her son is dead and the family Are keeping the knowledge from her apprehending that it would but haste the end

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