Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana
15 Apr 1897

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15 Apr 1897

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - April 15, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana A to great Deal of nonsense has been written and believed about blood purifiers what purifies the blood the kidneys purify til blood and they alone. If diseased however they cannot and the blood continually becomes More impure. Every drop of blood in the body goes through the kidneys the sewers of the system every three minutes night and Day while life endures. Puts the kidneys in perfect health and nature docs the rest. The heavy dragged out feeling the bilious attacks headaches nervous unrest fickle appetite All caused by poisoned blood will disappear when the kidneys properly perform their functions. There is no doubt about this. Thous kinds have so testified. The theory is right the cure is right and health follows As a natural sequence. Be self convinced through personal . Test Saiid. Pkg 1 fast mail toil Quot no 3 st. Louis limit a �12 17 a a no 5 Pacific express amp mail y m no 7 Kansas City express we i it i no 11 Springfield 7 20 a pm no 77 local Frigli t 8 20 a 31 eastward. No 2 new York amp Boston Lim to 712 57 no 4 Atlantic express a mail 2 50 no 6 fast mail 7 54 am no 10 Lafayette accommodation 7 57 p a no 7g local freight and acini 2 00 who not Siop at this Point. Stop on signal. Covington Branch. Leave Attica a Nve Attica no 33 s 05amno 32 10 10 p in no 35 12 20 no 34 2 40 p in no 87 4 45 no 30 7 00 a in All Covington Brandi trains daily except sunday. , agent. Hows file nov ale Ai y s 0. I a a a a the direct line Between Chicago Lafayette , Cincinnati Louisville. And All Points Orth and South Only line to the famous health resorts a Sumii the Cavil Zijad of America. Schedule 28, effect february i. Isi7. Lafayette. Columbia Street station. Going South no. 3 passenger 12 50 a. M. No. 5 Quot 12 25 p. M. No. 39 Quot 7 15 p. M. No. 11, passenger stops hero 12- noon no. 43 local 1. It going Noeth no. 4 passenger 3 00 a. I. No. 6 Quot 2 05 per. No. 40 Quot i 00 a. M. No. 12 passenger starts hero 5 45 p. I. No. 54 local 050 a. I. J. H. Jack general agent Lafayette. Bank j. Heed t. A a., clip Congo . Amp e. 1. Time table. In effect tune 2stli, 1s9g Attica. Tkai it s North no. 92, mail amp passenger.10 10 a. M no. 17 2, local freight.11 40 a. M trains South no. 91, Mai it passenger. 2 12 p. M no 171, local 40 a. M no change of cars to and from Chicago on trains 91 and 92. Maim Lime of Aims. Danville Junction. Trains South. No. 3 Terre haute Evans l ex.12 47 p. M. Quot 9 Terre haute express 5 40 p. I. 1 Terre haute eve nov l mail 10 00 p. I. 5 Nashville limited ofi0a. M. Trains North no. 4 Chicago express i 20a. M. Quot 6 clip. And Nash l limited 1 to p. M. Quot 2 Chicago mail 1 01 p. M. 8 Chicago special 4 59 Quot st Louis division South bound. No. 71 Shelbyville a com 2 35 p. M. Quot 75 local freight 7 45 . North bound no. 72 Danville mail 10 10 a. A Quot 74 local freight 5 00 . A daily. Other trains daily except sunday. Trains 3 and 4 carry Day coaches and Palace sleeping cars Between Chicago and Evansville. Trains ,5 and 6 run Between Chicago and Nashville and carry elegant Day coaches and Pullman sleeping cars. Close connection is made at Nashville for All Points South. Chas. L. Stone g. P. Amp t. A. Chicago i. A time table. Run soul Branch West Lebanon no. 822 no 862 no 801 no. 821 trains West. Passenger 1 05 pm a com. Freight 2 s0 p. A trains East a com. Freight 12 05 a. St. Passenger 12 40 p. M. H. L. Sweet agent everybody says so. Cascaret Candy cathartic the most wonderful medical discovery of the age pleasant and refreshing to the taste act gently and positively on kidneys liver and bowels cleansing the entire system dispel colds cure headache fever habitual constipation and bilious Ness. Please buy and try a Box of c. A c. To Day 10,25, 50 cents. Sold and guaranteed to cure by All druggists. Indian s new Laws. House Bills in acted. Section 4 describes paid no Stock and provides for taxation of same Section 5 provides for full withdrawals less fines and pro rata shares of losses together with dividends after one year. The Section also provides protective measures for associations. Other sections provide for consolidations of associations voluntary liquidation Etc. Sections. Every building and loan association Herp Affer incorporate old shall be styled Quot the building and loan association Quot Jaccoi Ding to the name adopted at its organization. No such association hereafter organized shall adopt take or use in whole or in part the name of any other and loan association organized under the Laws of the state at the time of its existence. A Eitnier shall it adopt take or use any name or part thereof tending to indicate that it is under the management of the same Oili cers As any other such association or in any Way connected with or related to any such association. And it Liall to unlawful for tiie Secretary of state to permit to be tiled or to record any articles of incorporation containing any such name or part thereof As herein prohibited. And if an two associations now incorporated shall have similar name or names which in his judgment Are liable to cause misunderstandings the Secretary of state shall notify in writing the association last incorporated to change its name within 30 Days from the receipt of said notice and any association failing to comply with said notice shall be subject to a penalty of $50 per Day for each Day after said 30 Days that it fails and neglects to comply with said notice. Section 10. It shall be competent and lawful for the Borrower from such association to agree in writing upon a Given rate of Premium in addition to the interest to be paid upon such loan without bidding. All contracts heretofore made Between any Borrower and any such association for the payment of any Premium Vith or without any bidding Are hereby legalized. No Premium heretofore contracted for without bidding or to be contracted for under Liis Section shall be deemed usurious. Section 11. That where a foreign building and loan association doing business within this state has become insolvent Aud its affair Are being wound up by a receiver the failure of such association to have complied with the Laws of the state respecting its admission to do business therein shall not affect the right of such receiver to bring any suit necessary to wind up the affairs of such association. Section 12, All Laws and parts of Laws in conflict with the provisions of this act Are lie Reby repealed. Section 13, this act shall be in Force from and after july 1, 1897, House Bill no 543�?providing that the terms of county treasurers shall begin on Jan 1 next following the term of the incumbent. House Bill no. 544�?an act repealing the apportionment Law of 1885. Under this Law the last state election was held House Bill no. 549. Fixing Tennis of court in the forty second judicial circuit composed of Jackson Washington and Orange counties. House Bill no 578�?to provide for the incorporation of Railroad companies and their Aci extance of an amendment providing for the manner of incorporation. House Billon 580�?amending the tax Law so As to provide for payment of taxes on or before the first Mon Days in May and november House Bill no.581�?legalizing free gravel Road Bonds where issued for entire Cost of such construction. House Bill no.584�?an act to legalize the action of county commissioners who May have in Good Faith sold or exchanged any county real state without having Given notice thereof. House Bill no 686�?abolishing convict labor in prisons establishing a Public account system and providing for the disposition of articles manufactured. House Bill no 596�?an act amending the incorporation of the Terre haute and Richmond Railroad company approved Jan. 26, 1897. And providing therein that such amendment shall not Lessen impair or rel lease the liability of the company to the state under its original character. House Bill no. 597�?providing for apportionment and distribution of state school funds and settlements with county treasurers. House ,604�?legalizing the incorporation of Flora Carroll county. Without governor s signature House Bill no 637�?an act authorizing a demand on the Terre haute and Indianapolis Railroad company for an accounting with the state and providing for suits additional counsel to the attorney general creating an auditing Board Etc., for the enforcement of said claim. The act also Atli prizes the attorney general to bid upon any Sale of said Road and the payment of such bid and further provides for the operation thereof until the general Assembly shall of terrine in regard to the Dispo ii tion to Hereof. House b 11 no. 639 providing for condemnation proceedings in establishing cemeteries. House Bill no. 640�?providing for a department of Public Parks in Indianapolis. House Bill no. 603�?gnneral and specific appropriations. Senate Bills enacted. Senate Bill no 208�?fixina the time of Biol Ditzig courts in the nineteenth judicial circuit Marion count the time of beginning thereof to be the first monday of each Calendar month excepting july and August Senate Bill no 221�?an act fixing the time of holding courts in the third judicial circuit the beginning of terms thereof to be the second mondays of february May september and november in Harrison county the second mondays of March june october and december in Crawford county. Senate Bill no. 227�?fixing the time for holding court in the fourth judicial circuit and providing that on and after the first monday of september 1897, the terms of court shall begin on the first mouday8 of february april september and november. Senate Bill no. 228�?an act fixing the time of holding court in the Twenty second judicial circuit Montgomery count the time of beginning tiie terms thereof to be the second monday in february first monday in april third monday in september. Senate Bill no. 235-providing for Bond and responsibility thereon in cases of re Sale of property once sold by receivers trustees or assignees in voluntary assignment cases. Senate Bill no 245-providing Means for collection of delinquent taxes by county commissioners allowing certain fees for notice and 6 per cent on collections. Household goods to the amount of iiil00,As shown by assessment list Are exempt from Levy in collecting such taxes. Senate Bill no. 251�?appropriating $1,118 30 to pay Cost of Survey in establishing Boundary line on Green River Island. Senate Bill no. 254�?authorizing educational institutions to admit to membership in its Board of trustees persons elected by the alumni of such institutions. Senate Bill no,256�?appropriating $5,000 to provide for a statue of Oliver p. Morton to be placed in National statuary Hall in the Capitol at Washington Senate Bill no 260�?repealing Section 11 of the act of feb 28, 1889, prohibiting obstruction of ditches. Senate Bill no 266�?providing for Levy of tax sufficient to meet expense of the care of poor. Senate Bill no 281�?providing method under which joint county ditches May be constructed. Senate Bill no.300�?declaring that All highways which have been or May be hereafter used As such for 20 years or More shall be deemed Public highways. Senate Bill no 307�?an act legalizing the incorporation of the town of Roann Wabash county. Senate Bill no 308�?providing for examination of mine Bosses fire Bosses and hoisting engineers in Coal mines for issuing certificates of competence prohibiting employment without certificate and providing penalties. Senate Bill no 309�?amending the Garnishee Law. Senate Bill no 311�?requiring commissioners in counties of not less than 125,000 to meet on the first monday of each month. Senate Bill no 325�?legalizing the records and action of the trustees of the town of Waterloo Dekalb county in relation to the construction of a town Hall. Senate Bill no. 327�?legalizing a Survey in the town of Shoals. Senate Bill no. 339�?providing an increase of salary for the treasurer of Marion county on account of custody of City funds becomes a Law without the signature of the governor senat Bill no 340�?amending the Indianapolis City charter to provide for improved Means of collecting local improvement assessments. Senate Bill no 341�?amendinsr the Indianapolis City charter relative to improvement of streets and alleys and making assessments for same. Senate Bill no. 342�?amending the Lake Porter and Laporte county Superior court Bill. Senate Bill no 357�?providing for determination of right of railroads to Cross tracks of another. Senate Bill no. 359�?providing for reorganization of metropolitan police boards in cities of not less than 10,000 More than 35,000. Becomes a Law without the signature of the governor continued on Page 7. Great Mark Choice the the recent change in Price of nearly every article in the grocery line enable us to make you lower figures from the Quantity we buy than any House in the City Cash is wha Alks. Package Coffee 15c per Pound or 7 pounds for $1. Seven bars of soap 25c. A Low Price on flour and about All other goods in the grocery handle Only first class goods. Fall and see for yourself. And get my Price i your produce wanted. A opposite the court House Roy Rox imported German coach horse Steif ids for Ihu Harses Risafi i amp a 7. Commencing april is and ending july is 1897, As follows monday morning will leave his stable in Williamsport for West Lebanon at Foster s barn tuesday morning will go to Clint Tyler sat Markfield wednesday will proceed to John Barnhart s. Thursday will proceed to Hedrick and Friday at Mili or bros., until noon thence to Hunters barn in Williamsport remaining until monday morning. Description and Ferdig re Zal Konig s Breeding is perfect As he bears a certificate under Seal of the German government which is a guarantee of genuineness and perfection Zai Konig 1821 is a Rich Brown in color 10 hands High and weighs 1,410 pounds has deep and Well proportioned body Strong Clear Bone under the knee feet open round and Dougli Fine knee action lifts his feet High which gives elegance to his Pace and action. He carries Hig head Well his neck being elevated and very Rangy Long and Well Cut up at the throttle Fine ears Well set Broad Forel Iead with Large intelligent eyes Fine disposition Short Back Strong loins deep quarters tail Well set with disposition to carry both head and tail High. The great German coach horse is the finest coach horse in the world the result of Breeding and inbreeding in a continuous line for Many years. They have been so carefully bred by the government that an unsound horse is Seldom fou iid. In hardiness no Breed can Surj Jass them tie German coach horse is the greatest All round general purpose ii orse the world has Ever known and cannot fail to greatly improve our american Stock of horses. Zai Konig 1821, will stand to insure a foal to stand and suck for $10. Money due when the fact is known. We will claim the right under the Law to hold the Colt for the service fee. Will not be responsible for accidents. Positively no business done on sunday. Mares must be returned regularly. Failure to do so or parting with Mare forfeits the insure Durance and owners will be held responsible for service coach horse company.,John smart keeper. Lebanon ind. A a

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