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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - April 28, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana Devoted to the interests of Willoft sport find we Rren county. , Warrensr coup a to la a dial a a thursday april 28, 1898. Vol. Till. Ii number 18.vihat is More hateful an harmful in a town than a dirty a Iley ? clean up. Extra i the crisis is now seat. Batteries destroyed in is minutes by three of our War vessels. The very latest received Here this morning at 8 30. Yesterday afternoon the Spanish batteries at the Harbor of Man stanzas were destroyed by Admiral Sampson. The work was done with the flagship new York the Puritan a Monitor and the Cruiser Cincinnati. The return fire of the Spanish was wild not one of our ships being struck. The Spanish batteries were silenced in 18 minutes. Graduates. A of list of the graduates from the common schools of Warren county at the closing of the present year. The review is under obligations to county superintendent a. E. Vilson for the following list of names of graduates from each township in the county Adams a Alta Dinwiddie Docia Harmon Mamie Eberly Seymour abode Roy Martini Dale Carrie Allen Edna Atkinson Richard Little Susie Decamp Zora win Chell Eubie Winchell Josiah i Ger Jessie Hughes Jay Odle Viola Milligan. Jordan a Clarence Wilson John head John Warrick. Kent a Lula xxi fall Bessie Rick etts Dora Hays Clay Padgitt Harry Powell Edith Hoover yera Crawford Grace Menefee ear Bonebrake. Liberty a Ethie Covalt Mamie Coats Bud Simmermon Harry Dick Robert Mccarty Clara Young Chas. A. Stump Cora Hunter. Edna Talbot prank Young Carl Johnson Clint Brier Jessie Groscost. Medina a Geo. B. Clawson car Rie Woodhams Jimmie Marlatt Jessie b. Mckinney Perle Foster Lottie Gephart Goldie gales. Mound a Nellie current Clem. Pike a Mary Sexton Letta Gil Lispie Cecellia Trimble Warren Pearson Eva Osborn Sylvia Doty Etta Briggs Frank Peterson Frank Cating Thomas e. Livingston William d. Livingston. Pine Willie e. Brown Elva Lamb. Lena c. Freeman Samuel Lamb Bertha Knaur Clara Johnson Nell Duvall Geo. Dove Prairie a Josie Drullinger we. To. Kelley John High Ira Bessie. Steuben a Oliver alright Hal Chandler Ray Chandler Sherman Larabee Ella Mahaney Albert Wysong Lavena Ogle Omie Pelly. Warren a Joe Stewart Arthur Millikin Lina Hurst Celia Brown Ora Sellers Daisy Brown Delia Beever Laura Stanley Daisy Banning Arnet 0. Kiger. Washington a Carrie b. Smith Lonie n. Miller David Smith Mary Smith Gladys Goodwin c. O. Rabourn Adah Titus Clara Donovan w. W. Rabourn. The season is about at hand for bicycles and bloomers and blushes. The Boston store has some handsome display windows just now. _ Wall paper from 5 cents per Roll to $1.00 per Roll at Armstrong amp Swank s. Call and examine and be convinced. On the front can the writer of bicycle jokes now resume his occupation. Window shades All colors Only 5 cents each at Armstrong amp Swank s. On the average april did t do so bad on the weather question Little Cool though. T. C. And d. W. Smith nephews of Isaiah Smith who were Here much of the time in the past few months have both enlisted. Or. John will move next a Eek into the Gregory property on Lincoln Street a portion of which is now occupied by the Darling family. Attica now boasts of having one of the most Complete and Model n water works plants in the state the expense of which is being taken care of without increased taxation. Joseph Leiter the Chicago wheat King says he has no fear of War. A Man with fifteen millions of bushels of to heat carefully put away ought not to fear anything except Weevil and freight charges. The Wabash employees will soon be neatly uniformed depot agents and their helpers As m Ell As trainmen. A regulation White Cap and Blue suit for operators and agents and the White Cap and Duck pants for baggage men. Armstrong Swank seem to have the Lead in the paint Trade in Williamsport it is reported from Good authority that Uliey have sold three tons of their Good White Lead this Spring and painting has just begun it is because they give the Best Price. An important Case comes up in the Fountain circuit court next monday a s50,000 damage suit brought by mrs. Maggie Kellar Lahue. There Are several defendants some of whom reside in Fountain others in Parke county. Much interest is manifested in the Case so said. Election offices. The town Board at its meeting Friday night appointed the following election officers John c. Stephens inspector j. R. Slifer and g. W. Salts judges e. C. Jive Good jr., and we. K. Huntzinger clerks. The voting will take place at the town building lower Monroe st. Loo War is declared. The world was formally notified monday that the United states is fighting transmitted to Congress by the president declaring both houses in 91 minutes and 42 seconds. Congress monday formally declared War to exist Between United states and Spain the Senate passed the naval appropriation Bill carrying Large amounts of Money for the improvement of our sea fighting Arm of the Federal service the Hull army reorganization Bill was passed by the Senate Secretary Siemian resigned As chief of the state department and is succeeded by assistant Secretary Day and the latter by John b. Moore of new York an acknowledged authority on International Law and the War department called on the several states for their quota to the Volunteer army of the United states. These make up the important events since our last Issue. Following is the declaration of Congress As passed and signed by the president a Bill declaring that War exists Between tie United states of America and the kingdom of Spain. Be it enacted Etc first a that War be and the same Quot a hereby declared to exist and that War has existed since the 21st Day of april a. D., 1898, including v Aid Day Between the United states of America and the kingdom of Spain. Second a that the president of the United states be and he hereby is directed and empowered to use the entire land and naval forces of the United states and to Call into the actual service of the United states the militia of the several states to such extent As it May be necessary to carry this act into effect. The president of the United states in pursuance of an act of c a Gress has issued a proclamation calling for 125,000 volunteers of which number approximating 1,000 men each and two batteries have been apportioned to the state of Indiana. In conformity with this Call the Indiana National guard has been directed and commanded by gov. Mount to report without delay to brigadier general Mckee at the fair grounds of the state Board of agriculture near Indianapolis a designated Camp where they will be mobilized and mustered into the service of the United states government in accordance wit i the provisions of the proclamation issued by the Cape ured. One of the latest and most valuable prizes captured so far by our Navy is the Panama being the fifth steal for c poured by our blockading Squadron. Five Spanish sailing vessels have also been capture not counting fish boats. First Navail engagement. The first naval engagement occurred yesterday the report reaching Here last evening. The report says that the Spanish gun boat Quot Shigera Quot and an Ameri can torpedo destroyer exchanged eleven shots and that the american boat retreated after being disabled. The president s message when sifted out and briefly put says Johnny get your be sure to see Bettie Luppold s new line of dress goods in the latest styles of silk and Wool novelties. Some people Are for peace at any Price while others Are for anything that happens to be on a bargain counter. A full line of new silk and Wool dress goods just received at Bettie upholds including All the latest novelties. Popular prices. Will Cronkhite Frank Kimball and will Jacobs of Hedrick telegraphed governor mount at Indianapolis offering their services to he government As artillerymen. A picture of the american Fleet now before Havana is displayed at Armstrong amp Swank s. It is by h. H. Bertrand. One of his pieces of work done in a Short time yet commands attention and favourable comment. Wheat reached its highest Price 1888, tuesday Selling in at si.25 a Bushel. Since Chicago for bargains at Luppold s bargain counter. Bettie damage Case settled. Schoonover amp Borders have a Prospect of securing a contract to put in Cement walks at Danville. They were Over tuesday. The at the office of the irresistible flying Squadron of this Section is composed of be View advertisers. A Chicago a policeman has turned evangelist. That settles it the mile Niue is dawning. Trustees will meet in regular session at the Wilson next monday for the a or j i. Pose of any rat to a Don t Vorry Quot club in Iveigh boil big town might adopt for its Sirij to. A a Oil Quot Doii t twelve pertaining to school work. One Lynndred am at the Indium it Mineral personal. Arch e. Play amp co., the Attica shoe men have a new advertisement in this Issue. They ask for comparisons which Are the keys Liat unlock the facts it s buying without comparison that causes you dissatisfaction. Dick k Connell the hustling Attica hardware and implement men who Are forging to the front every Day have a new advertisement in this Issue. Farmers builders everybody will find items of interest in their space. Thos. Hemphill k brother offer special inducements this week and they dwell on the fact of having opened a new Industry in Attica. Skip the Drudgery of Home sewing you la pay As much for the material As Here is asked for the finished garments. The Warren county lumber company is progressing nicely with their new office building and Many other improvements Are being made on the premises. New storage Sheds Are being built and others remodeler. When the work is All completed they will have Fine arrangement for carrying on their business. Remember election occurs next monday. Full instructions to Vot so la ers will be found in this Issue of the review. Head them carefully j Tarvey As changes have taken place since the last election. Springs Hote indulge in a cake sturday night. Ii was a occasion. Yery stunning were the costumes. Hall son of commissioner Hall wants to fight the spaniards and has applied to the Quot Sam Jones Quot not the evangelist has compromised the Case brought against him by James a. Anderson for alienating the affections of his wife by the payment of $2,500. It is said that the defendant regards the Price cheap and that the plaintiff looks upon the matter As being a Good Deal so far As he is concerned. If such be the Case they Are both satisfied. Several of our attorneys transacted Legal business at Covington this week. See Bettie Lup Jold for Fine leghorn hats for children at 4.0 cents and nicely trimmed bats for ladies at $1.25. Lebanon. Sunday services at m. E. Chris cd. Govenor for permission to organize a company at his Home. West class meeting at 9 30. Preach ing at 10 30 subject Quot will be also go sunday school at 2 30. Preaching at 7 30 topic Quot the winning a fighting Parson. Prays to save souls will fight to free Cuba. Jim Mccord sold a new Mill made by Russell amp co., Massilon Ohio to Chas. Y. , which the is setting up on his farm two Miles West of town and will soon be ready to operate. He will do a general saw Mill business. He has a Twenty five horse Power engine and a Complete Plant. Hanly tonight. Because of his interest in Williamsport and his Many friends Here the Hon. Frank Hanly has agreed to lecture at the school House tonight on Quot Indiana Quot he also shows his appreciation of Hia former Home by bringing with him such acknowledged musical Talent As or. Charles Pike mrs. Taylor and mrs. Throckmorton of Lafayette. not miss the treat of hearing them this evening. Prev. C. L. Warren pastor of the u. B. Church wired gov. Mount tuesday asking permission to recruit a come any at Williamsport and have them ready for action if needed. He also wrote a letter explaining fully what he desired to do. He is very anxious to form a company and Hopes to receive encouragement from the governor and adjutant general James k Gore with whom he also communicated. Eve. Warren stated to a review representative yesterday that he had been on the water seven years most of the time on the Mississippi River but had done service on the Gulf. He was first assistant clerk on a vessel and afterwards served a full apprenticeship As an Bells perfection Oil at 10c. Clarence Thomas residing near Hedrick sold a team of mules to a government agent last week at a fair Price. The agent shipped from Attica. He picked up a car Load in this Vicinity. The Bugle Calls to Clear for action our flying Squadron Armstrong amp Swank Calls your attention to the Wall paper they offer for 5 cents per bolts it is Fine Don t miss a bargain. Our most recent Exchange is the Independence itemized by w. B. Hawis with a. E. Yount As local editor. It is a four Page paper Well printed and contains a Liberal amount of advertising. Sunday services at the Chuis Tain Church. Sunday school at 9 00 preaching at 10 30, subject Quot the Prince of Christian Endeavor 6 30 p. M., subject Quot Little ways of bettering the world Quot Phil. 2 12-16. Preaching at 7 30 p. M., subject Christ s Call for preaching at the Lincoln school House at 2 30 p. G. H. Of be. A l. Hottenstein is excavating ground on depot Street preparatory to erecting a Large building for a machinery depot to be used As a storage House. His Large and increasing machinery Trade demands better facilities for handling his goods. The buildings will not be put up at once but will be erected so As to be ready for next season s business. Excitement at Lafayette. Tuesday was a Lively Day at Lafayette. There was tremendous War excitement and the Down town Street were crowded with throngs to see the great Parade in Honor of the boys who were called to defend the Flag. The excitement began at 3 a. M., when the fire Bells gave the alarm that the boys were called to Camp and business was practically suspended until after the boys left for Indianapolis at in. The spirit of patriotism. John f. Judy was at Danville tuesday. John Julian went to Indianapolis monday. E. C. Livengood made a business trip to Lafayette monday. John Ammerman made a business trip to Lafayette tuesday. B. Thompson made a business rip to Potomac Illinois tuesday. Or. And mrs. Bobert Butler visited friends at Lafayette monday mrs. Tilly Ammerman visited relatives and friends at Lafayette ast week. Attorney Ned Mccabe and wife visited relatives at Marion in the past week. Miss Tony Long Danville 111., is the guest of or. And mrs. Harley Billings. Mrs. Hervig and three children Are Here from Battle ground visiting the family of Sam Biggs. Fred Rabb was at Home Over sunday to meet his brother George and visit with him before he left for the War. Attorney w. P. Rhodes was in Indianapolis last week on Legal business. He was accompanied by mrs. Rhodes. Mrs. J. V. R. High and daughter Bessie went to Indianapolis tuesday to see trustee High s daughter who is sick and under treatment at a Hospital there. Hon. Fremont Goodwine went to Warsaw monday to look after the building of his cottage at Winona Park. Mrs. Goodwine went to Otterbein to visit her parents. County clerk Mccord and wife mrs. E. C. Livengood and mrs. John Hatton went tuesday to Indianapolis As delegates to a meeting of the grand Lodge of the Eastern Star. Attorney h. Steely of Dan Ville was in town last Friday. He was shown about town by his old Friend. Homer Mccarty. Or. S., who is of the firm of Calhoun k steely is the fortunate owner of some Warren county soil and Yas Here to pay taxes. Uncle Joe Thomas went to Indianapolis tuesday to see his youngest son Scott of West Lebanon who enlisted and went with the Covington company which had been recruited up to 35 members. Five of the men were from Hedrick and Avest Lebanon. Judge Rabb went to Chicago last week to see his son g re who had informed him that he would soon Start to War with it the first regiment from that City. He returned saturday by the Young Man he Rema Tiung until sunday night. George is an athlete and will make a Fin Liol Dier. He is the first Williams Porter to go. Though he has been residing in Chicago seven years we still claim him. The review Hopes he will cover himself with glory and come Back without a scratch. Last saturday the patriotic spirit broke Forth in Williamsport in great shape. A Large Flag was run up on the court House and one big one placed on a rope stretched across the Street also one was unfurled from the school House and others appeared on staffs on some of t or business blocks while smaller flags and Bunting decorated the fronts of All places of business and Many residences were decorated. A martial band played for a considerable time and some of the boys got together and fired a Salute. In the afternoon a troop of lads marched about the town some of them in full uniform. Altogether it was a display of patriotism that caused people to throw up their hats and shout just like the Days of 61. Bettie Luppold is having a Sale on fancy ribbons and ladies ashes at reduced prices. One striking thing about the War talk is the unanimity with which the old soldiers want to enlist again. It would seem that these old defenders of their country had seen enough of the horrors of War to be willing to let the younger generation go Forward. The love of fighting remains fixed in the heart of a Soldier. The methodists of the state of Indiana will be asked to contribute $100,000 for the purpose of saving Depauw universe tyr the old As Buary from unfortunate termination of its existence. The indications Are that since the members of the Church have been put in Possession of the real facts they will rally with such substantial support that the school May go ahead and continue to be a credit to the Church that established it a meeting was held in Indianapolis tuesday and yesterday for the purpose of seeing what can be done in the matter. Some of Why Don t you Sailor s 25c Tea. Buy

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