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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - August 11, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana The it. A a fid voted to the interests of Wiluth sport and of Treen county vol. , Warren India a thursday August 11, 1898. Number 3i 7/ h. 8ii� Mem oae of the greatest Republican conventions Ever held in the state. A splendid ticket chosen. Here is the winning ticket in the great state election that will take place next november state officers. Secretary of state Union Banner Hunt Winchester. Auditor of state a William i Hart Frankfort. Treasurer of state a Leopold Levy Huntington. Attorney general William Taylor Indianapolis. Clerk of the supreme court Robert a. Brown a Franklin. Superintendent of Public instructions of. L. Jones Tipton. State statistician John b. Conner Indianapolis. State g e o 1 o g i s to Willis s. Blatchley Terre haute. Judges of the supreme court second District a Alexander Cowling new Albany. Third District a. V. Hadley Danville. Fifth District Francis e. Baker Goshen. One of the greatest and most successful conventions Ever held by the republicans in the history of the state occurred at Indianapolis last week. The convention opened wednesday afternoon at 3 40 o clock at which time chairman Hernly tapped his Gavel for order and announced the Marion glee club which Sang a song having for its theme the Unity of the North and Softli the victories of the soldiers and the achievements of the Navy to the air of quot on the Banks of the the song was encoded. Meantime governor mount representatives Overstreet Steele and Landis h. H. Hanna Robert s. Taylor Lieut. Governor Haggard Hiram s. Brownlee and others were seated near the chairman s table. This session was called for the purpose of organizing and selecting the various committees after which senator Fairbanks delivered a speech thus closing the exercises of the Day. At 10 o clock thursday morning the work of the convention was resumed remaining in continuous session until about 6 o clock p. M. Before the nominations were completed. Hadley who was better located with reference to a distribution of candidates and who is a most excellent gentleman an Able judge and a splendid candidate in every respect had been in the Field a much longer time. Judge John v. Hadley of Danville the nominee was Boru on a farm in Hedricks county in 1841. Be was a student in the Northwestern Christian University until he breaking out of the War when be enlisted As a private in the seventh Indiana infantry. He was promoted to be a first lieutenant and afterwards was detailed to serve on the staff of Gen. J. Go Nice of new York. At the battled of the wilderness the general was killed and or. Hadley was wounded and captured. Charles scrib ner s son s have recently published a Story of or. Hadley s capture and escape written by himself. 3e represented Hendricks and i Putnam counties in the state Senate in 1869 and 1871. He was elected to the circuit court of Marion and Hendricks counties in 888, and immediately after the two were separated. He is now Edge of the Hendricks county circuit court. Work for All. If you have not received the catalogue of Union business College Lafayette ind. Send for one and see what its graduates Are doing. Warren county at the convention. Warren county like our neighbor Tippecanoe was there in full Force to gain recognition upon the ticket but both failed in their purpose. Tippecanoe is the victim of geography having the lieutenant governor. Then too the soldiers Home and Purdue University being located at Lafayette gives them trouble when asking for a place on the state ticket. David Flynn candidate from Tippecanoe for state treasurer made a splendid showing in the convention notwithstanding All these things to meet he secured 470 votes with three in the race. Warren county s c candidate Hon. J. M. Rabb candidate for supreme judge in the third District made a magnificent showing securing nearly 600 votes with three candidates in the Field though Defeated his friends fee that their candidate obtaining such a Strong recognition in the convention the result was in a great measure a Victory under the Cir a cum stances. It is but four months since his name was announced Anc he began an Active canvass but three weeks prior to the convention while his opponent judge cars ditched. Considerable excitement was caused tuesday Between one and two o clock by the report that a wreck had occurred on the Wabash right in town. People who hastened to the scene of the Accident at the switch just below the Monroe Street crossing found two cars derailed and an engine with the Pilot partially gone and one of the cylinders damaged but no one injured. It seems that one of the Grawl trains working along the line in running in onto the Side track to let a freight pass had failed in getting the caboose and one Flat car out of the Way and when fast freight no. 98 rounded the curve at a High Speed the discovery was made at this end. The Engineer of train 98 was signalled and the Breaks were put on but the gravel train failed to get out of the Way. The freight managed to slow Down so that when the cars were reached they were turned slowly Over and dumped Down the Grade doing no other damage Thau above described. To prevent typhoid observations. Not intended As smart sayings Bat we to ii worthy hour Fem Sal the War is Over with lots of untried War experiments on hand. V the Man who in t hard up these Days must be a lonesome cuss. The fellow who married the girl because she was a perfect dream now finds Liis meals a perfect Nightmare. V just As the constant dripping water will Wear the hardest Rcok away so will the constant pecking of a Small advertisement accomplish what one big splurge will not. Noise towns Are forming clubs for their Protection against dead beats. Nature has formed lots of clubs in every Way suitable for the purpose but unfortunately the Law forbids us to use them on the deadbeats so they go unpunished. The coldest spot on Earth yet found is at Werka Zank Siberia where it is ninety degrees below Zero Aad yet they say it makes a Man sweat to pay his Bills without Money just the same As it does Here with the thermometer ninety above. German Baptist Church. Preaching at 10 30, subject quot self examination. Quot evening services 7 30, quot invitation of the Bible. Quot ice Cream festival. A festival will be Given at the Fink school House next saturday evening aug. 13 for the Benefit of the Dunkard preacher. Plenty of ice Cream and cake will be served and a Candy stand will be run in connection. Everybody invited to attend. Committee. The state Board of health sends out the following information that should be heeded typhoid is sometimes spread directly from person to person and Public notice should be Given by placard on the premises and otherwise if a necessary so that no May a guardedly drink water or take food from a source Likely to be contaminated. Flies May carry typhoid germs and hence should not be permitted Access to typhoid excreta. There is More typhoid in Indiana in aug. Sept. And oct. Than in any other months. We would do wisely to take extra precautions against this disease at that time. Typhoid is usually acquired by drinking water containing typhoid germs. Prudence therefore dictates that All drinking water not known to be above suspicion should be boiled before using and cooled in a closed vessel. The germs of typhoid Are known to be in Bowel discharges and urine of those sick with the disease. All typhoid excreta should be disinfected and then buried. All articles of clothing soiled by typhoid patients should be disinfected. Returned to Nebraska. Roy r. Barnard who was for a time employed in this office has returned to Nebraska and taken the position of local editor and All around Hustler on the Independent at Callaway. Roy is a Nice Young Man and made Many friends while in Williamsport. The family formerly resided in the South part of this county prior to going West nine or ten years ago but they came Back to Danville last Winter and now have All returned to Nebraska believing after All that there is country like the West. No Jim Armstrong s House looks $500jtter, since Frank Ray and lis put on one of their Arctic jobs of painting. The fall term of the Indiana nor Ivial College will begin sept. 9, 1898. Address Olive e. Toffee principle Covington ind. �3-4 saturday August 6, there was a 1 be 8 Pound boy Boru to or. And . L. Winks of this City. The la y is in Faver of War then peace and his name is Orlando. Promise and proforma nce Are frequently engaged but Seldom you can see them United every Day at Zeigler s store where his great Cut Price Sale is going on. Here you will find a dish of Good values seasoned with Low prices. Trip to Detroit. An excursion is being talked of by the Wabash company to Detroit of take place in the near future. To is hoped that a rate of about 2 75 for the round trip can be secured. This will be a grand Opportunity for a Little Outing if he passenger agents succeed in working it up. The Black i.e6. At Portland Arch. The party that s out for fun and will enjoy themselves is now Correll de at Portland Arch. Fred Boyd and Harley Billings left Early yesterday morning with a Wagon Load of grub. It was no Small Load either they had Correll amp Boyd s big furniture Wagon. The ladies of the party left by train at 8, with ele stans As body guard. They had seven big trunks what they contained no one knows. The company is composed of ele Stansbury Anc family Fred Boyd and family doctor Leroy Swank and family Harley Billings and no or. Anc mrs. Billings mrs. Vol Correl and miss Carrie Haines. They remain a week and the party Wil be strengthened from time to time by fresh delegates who will Assis them in fighting Mosquito Anc killing snakes Etc. Miss Bessie High and miss Grace Darling will go Down to Xian or tomorrow and quite a party including people from Lafayette will visit them sunday. Remember the Young ladies ass of the Christian Sabbath school will give an ice Cream Stival on thursday evening next. Ice Cream and fruit will be served. The woman foreign missionary society of the m. Church will meet on saturday afternoon at 2 30 at the residence of mrs. Helena Biggs. All Are invited to e present. Benny a six year old son of or. And mrs. William Sutton died yes erday morning. The funeral services will be held at the Dunkard Church tomorrow morning at ten clock Rev. Brubaker officiating interment at Hillside. A new delivery Wagon. The firm of Judy. Amp Titus have added a new and commodious de Ivery Wagon to their facilities for handling their furniture Trade he increasing demand for Furni ure and deliveries to Distant Points made it necessary to have a Wagon built especially for the Pur dose and they Haye one that is All right built by the Piqua Wagon co., Piqua Ohio. Black leg a disease among calves is raging in various parts of the state and it is said that cases in this and Fountain counties Lave been reported to the state 3oard of health. Just How he condition is in this county is not known but it is understood hat there have been some deaths Here. When the disease attacks calves it proves fatal there seeming to be no remedy for it. Held up in Attica. Wlliam Peterson of this county knocked Down and robbed saturday night. William Peterson who resides near Carbondale chose some bad associates saturday night and the result was that he dropped his Roll in fact he dropped himself. William hauled some Grain to a own saturday and after Selling it proceeded to celebrate. Monday s Ledger says that he finally Ell in with Guy Dill and Lon Brown and the couple proceeded of work Peterson for All he was Worth. Peterson says they asked Lim to treat them which he did several times and when he realized that Dill and Brown would not it up in their demands for treats lie started for his team which was hitched by the opera House intending to go Home As soon As possible. Just As he reached his team Brown slipped up and struck him Over the head with a club that felled him. Peterson tried to get up but Brown hit him another crack Over the nose and Eye that Laid him Low and while on the ground Peterson claims that Dill went through his pockets and relieved Hin of All the Cash he had. Marshal Beamer was notified Anc started to run Down the assailants. He caught Brown and landed him in the cooler but Dill could not be found but he will be arrested for the robbery As soon As he shows himself around Attica. Brown was tried before mayor Reed this morning on the charge of Assaul and Battery and fined $25 Ana costs. He will Board out the Fine with sheriff Scherer at Covington Dill was arrested monday evening and taken before mayor Reed s court he being fined $25 and costs he too is a Boarder at the county jail. These two men who Are among the most desperate characters in Attica will still be in custody at the next meeting the grand jury at which time the robbery charge will be invest gated. Through the efforts of Wabash agent p. F. Follen this office has Jee Madea Coupon office. With his improved service tickets can now be purchased from Williamsport to any Point in the u.-s., Canada or Mexico. This new arrangement will be greatly appreciated by our citizens and he people of the surrounding towns and country As there has Jeen a great demand Lor tickets to Distant Points that could not heretofore be supplied from this station. Improved ticket service Institute James Woods of state line was in town yesterday. C. Winks of Frankfort is Lere visiting his Brothers. George Parish and family left monday for a week s stay at. Hoopeston. Miss Anna Broadie returned monday from a visit with friends at Lafayette. Miss Edna butt has returned quot trom an extended visit with relatives at Ashley Indiana. Mrs. R. L. Winks visited her Riend mrs. Jesse Taylor at la Ayette in the past week. Mrs. Anna Wooley of Kokomo visited the family of her brother m. Fisher the past week. Mrs. Emma Rouse of Columbus Ohio is Here visiting the families of her cousins the winks Brothers. Mrs. Fred Sullivan and daughter Blanche returned Home tuesday Tom a visit at Chicago. They also visited Milwaukee and st. Be while away. Mrs. Fremont Good wine accompanied her sister mrs. C. A Stearns to Lafayette monday where the latter remains for a Short ime to receive treatment at st. Lizabeth Hospital. Unfortunate Sisters. Some time ago the fact was reported in these columns that miss Julu Hamlin residing near Walnut Grove had received an injury to one of her hands while engaged in operating a Hay. Fork. Her sister Bertha then took her place and not Long ago she received an injury to her left ankle which was caught in a Coil of the rope As it was tightened. The pressure caused a fracture of the Bone. Prof. S. C. Hanson will leave saturday morning to begin a season of Institute work. His first engagement is at Vandalia Illinois rom August 15 to 19, inclusive. Trom there he goes to Salem Indiana for five Days then to new Albany where he will remain from August 29, to september 2. Prof Lanson s reputation As a musical instructor and song writer Broadens year by year and he is Able to secure engagements in All parts of he country. Last year he went Asar West As the Mississippi and East to the alleghenies but this year he has been fortunate in securing engagements near Home Hus saving time and expense in reaching them. Camp meeting. A big Grove meeting to be held it Pine Village August 14 to is. A Camp meeting is to be held in a Grove near Pine Village beginning next sunday continuing to Anc including sunday aug. 21. The services will be in charge of the organization at Pine Village conducted by their pastor Bev. White who will be assisted by ministers and prominent Church workers from various places. Or. Samoa Godfrey of Lafayette who is said to be an eminent pulpit orator Wil be present throughout the week. Mrs. Chas. Clapham of Attica who is a very successful worker among the children has been engaged to assist in conducting the meetings. One Day of the week will be devoted to the Adams township sunday school convention Anc an Effort will be made to make this Day one of special interest to the sunday schools. Several o the officers of the county association will be present and a Good program will be prepared for the entire Day. Refreshments i be served on the grounds by the ladies Aid society. Colts broke by e. E., Schlosser. Address Williamsport ind. 33-2 ran into the sprinkler. Frank Moore s Little boy was going Down the Grade in front of Chambers Block on his bicycle esterday afternoon and just be Ore he reached the Alley at the electric Lighthouse de Darling drove out with his sprinkling Wagon. The lad was going a fast Pace and could not Stop in time of prevent running into the Wagon. He struck the Hind wheel of the Wagon with great Force but fortunately received no serious injury though he was considerably bruised. The new bankruptcy Law. Part of the new National bankruptcy Law that goes into operation oct. 10, does away with the state system of making assignments. In one respect it will require cautious business men to look sharper after their debtors. It abolishes preferences. In another Point it will encourage assignments. It Grants a Fotima discharge of liability to the bankrupt after he has surrendered All his property to his creditors. This discharge releases him from All further responsibility for the debts included in the assignment. Thus he is Able to make a new Start in life freed from the incubus of debt which generally overwhelms the bankrupt under the state Law. The discharge prevents his creditors from acquiring any Lien on property of which he May thereafter become possessed. Provision is made for amending this discharge provided any fraud is detected in the assignment. The part that went into effect aug. 1 allowed petitions for voluntary bankruptcy to be filed after Date. Petitions for involuntary bankruptcy cannot be filed till november. While the bankrupt j cannot name preferred creditors the Law makes some such As clerks ? or workmen for wages exceed in �300. It a i a a s

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