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Williamsport Warren Review Newspaper Archives Jul 22 1897, Page 1

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - July 22, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana The Warre devoted to the interests of Wlllie sport and of Rren county. Tol. , wave sex col qty in Taxa till Sedav july 22, 1s� 7. Of a i la e a local news Heinz s genuine cider vinegar at Sailor s. Or. J. E. Morris has located at Independence. Fresoli roasted peanuts every Day at . A tie Best soda water is at Arni Bromfi amp Hank s. Examine Itiat Fine Tea set in Bailor s window. At Arm tronti amp Siva no s is where you find Miner s Oil. Hee Sailor for tine candies. Prices from 10 to 2.5 cents a Pound. Liu Italo Bill s wild West will exhibit in Danville next month. Jelly glasses barrels of them at Sailor s. Pine Flass Ware too. Liat s right. Armstrong a amp Swank s is the place for paints and oils. A seasonable drink is soda water. Armstrong amp Swank s is the place. 75,85. And 1.00 buys a pair of shoes at the new Gem shoe department. try a 10c. Box of Casear ets the finest liver and Bowel regulator Ever made Farmers wanting twine will find plenty of it at Charles Dicks car Bondale. A when bilious or Ostive eat a Cas cart. Candy cathartic. Tire guarantee 1 i. Joe. Call for your ten per cent Silver All purchases at w. F. Ivie Daris. Guests at the Springs Are now entertained by a it Olieman Trio from Chicago. They Furni Sli Nice music. Lolin c. Rare Granville adding and lid. Patten have been named As truant officers for Fountain county. For Sale or Exchange for improved farms. Stocks of goods from to . Address a. J. Imiller it Frankfurt Indiana. A six round prize i fit was pulled old on sunday morning last across the River from i Ovington Between Snyder of Covington and Keating of Danville. Pfeifer amp de Necker have completed their Job of Stone work for a Bridge near hed Rick. Or. A Feinier is now figuring on a school House Job at Arabia. Deputy Lish commissioner Earle has been diving around after Misli ,etc., Over about Terra haute. He has been making big Luilus Over Liere. Col. Briggs Lias leased the Thomas building on Monroe st. Which is being fitted up and he will engage in tie restaurant business. He will have the place open in a few Days. Inion Day s courier contained the full text of the remarks made by Rev. Wilmer at the funeral of the late Mary Crane Cooper and commented upon them As being eloquent. Ringling a Ros. Present a genuine zoological Novelty this season in a pair of pure White Polar bears which attract unlimited attention from All who visit this biggest of All big shows. James Warrick is receiving sub Stantial encouragement and expects to organize a company to be known As the Warrick manufacturing at Veedersburg for the Mau facture of Corn lius Keis tie Covington comes to us improved. Editor Clifton is not done yet. Other improvements will follow. The Lippi Iliean is one of the brightest and Best that reaches our excl Iange table. It is said Liat in South Dakota the state authorities pay 60 cents a Bushel for the destruction of Grasshoppers and that in some sections More Money is made herding grass loppers than raising a Lieut. With tie army of tramps wandering about the country and Che cry of a no work quot going up All Over the land yet it is dial cult to engage men at $1.25 a Day to work on Street improvements and other lines of work. Or. Dehart and Herman Nehrig attended the shooting tournament at Lafayette last week but did not participate in any of the events. W. C. Patterson of tie Indiana Mineral Springs took part in several events. Or. A w. Bernard who is Well known in this county having practice in and around Rainsville for four years returned and will resume his practice where he left Olf. About nine months ago the doctor went to red key ind., and located but he has decided that there is no place quite so Good As old Warren county. H. P. Layton of Marshfield has Given up going West at present and has accepted tie state Agency for the Thompson publishing co., of st. Louis. He will travel about the state selecting and appointing agents for the Sale of books. You May Hunt the world Over and you will not find another Medicine exp u a 11 o c h a m b e r 1 a i n s o 1 i c. C. H 01 e r a and diarrhoea remedy for Bowel complaints. It is pleasant Safe and reliable. For Sale by Armstrong amp Swank Williamsport ind. The farm residence of or. And mrs. of Fountain county was struck by lightning last Friday. Considerable damage was done to the building and pictures and other Bric a Brack but fortunately none of the inmates were injured. Attica is improving Mill Street from the Bridge to the main business Street by the use of Flint Rock a natural broken Stone which is procured from a bed near Lafayette owned by parties in that City the material makes a Fine Street. Last thursday suits were filed in the Danville circuit court for .$10,-000, against the c. Amp . Road by Thomas Starkey and John Sailor on account of the Accident in which the two children Florence Starkey and Oscar Sailor were killed at Alvin. A we Are prepared to loan you Money on Short notice on your farm in sums of 6500.00 or More at 6 per cent interest with privilege of pay no More any interest paying time. Gass amp Bryant Attica ind Sherrir Statzell accompanied by Uncle Joe Thomas went out to me Dina township monday with the in Tention of arresting county Jom a missioner Henry w Wodhams but he treated them so nicely and fed them so Well that Thev decided not to arrest him. But one democratic postmaster remains in Warren county. The Williamsport office is still presided Over by a Democrat. The a will fall before Long. It has been said that the present incumbent expects or at least has Hopes of holding Over until 1900. Nit. Last i i riday a 15-year-old boy in charge of two of fliers made his escape by leaping from a fast passenger train on the Wabash near Emington ill. He was arrested in okla homa and was being taken to Pittsburg a. He was charged with the murder of his father. A Farmer narrowly escaped being killed at the c. Amp h i. Crossing at Alvin last Friday the same place where the two children were killed. He crossed the track on a mowing machine. The machine was struck by a fast train and demolished but he escaped uninjured. Springfield Illinois is the Home of a Singer who promises to startle the world. She is one of the finest sopranos in the world Liand some and accomplished. Her name is Bessie o Brien. She makes her debut in Chicago in a few weeks but not As 3rien, in All likelihood. Stump amp i Moore who were awarded three contracts of Stone work on Bridges in this county Are at work on the Joal run Job. The Bridge is being put in on the River Road where it crosses the above named Stream. The next stand will be the Rock Creek Job then comes the mud run Bridge. They expect to have All three Coni plated by october i. Joe Critchfield Well known As a Temperance lecturer throughout this part of the state has recently became an of the poor House in Bartholomew county. He attempted to do the double act of reformed drunkard and Temperance reformer but failed. He was a Brilliant talker and perhaps iii de in the reformation of others but could not Reform himself. There was a bad freight wreck on the big four and l. E. Amp w. Railroads at ten Pleton sunday night. A Lake Erie fast freight was wreck i and aunt five Hundred feet of track toi n up. Box cars were piled up Mountain High. All Day monday big 4 and Lake Erie trains came around by the Way of Attica to get past of the wreck the conditions being such that a track could not be built around the wreck. Or. I. A Roseberry of i depend Price was in town yester try and called on tip while Here. The doctor is one of the oldest practitioners on the Wabash having been engaged i n the practice of his profession for More than forty two years and about one half that time enee. The doctor reports considerable sickness in and around Independence but no epidemics. The Central Union Telephone co. Reached Williamsport yesterday with it s Long distance lines. The Booth will be placed in Armstrong amp Swank s drug store. We will now be in connection with greater new York and several other towns of greater or less importance. You can talk five minutes with new York for .$10.00 by the Day or hour at reduced rates probably. The rate to Chicago is understood to be Abonit one Dollar. The vineyards and gardens of s. B. Mathis were visited by a review representative yesterday. The Blackberry season is now on and the crop is plentiful and of a Good Quality. I in. Mathis raised Juite a Quan Tity of apricots last year but will have none this year nor any peaches. His grapes Are looking line and will be quite plentiful. Or. Mathis is one of the Best Gardners in this part of the country and is very successful in his operations. Miss Minnie Blackwell daughter of or. And mrs. Samuel Blackwell of Liberty township a Young lady about 16yeers old ran a hat pin into her foot one Day last week the pin entering the foot Between the front and second toes and penetrating to the depth of fully two inches. Tiie pin was broken off leaving about one Inch of it in the foot. Or. Dehart was called and succeeded in getting the piece of pin out but the operation was a most painful one. A barn belonging to George is ave on his farm two Miles South of Attica was destroyed by fire sunday night. There were six head of horses in the barn which were gotten out but a lot of machinery liar ness Hay Grain Etc was destroyed. Several men employed by the Central i Nion Tele hone company who were sleeping in a barn had to Fly for their lives. Some of them were unable to save their clothes. The loss about $1.000, was partially Cov ered by insurance. County superintendent Wilson is making a special extort in behalf of the Success of the approaching county Institute to be held Here next month. The services of miss Laura Frazee of Frankfort and prof. E. E Griffeth of the state University at blo Winington have been secured. The former is instructor in primary work and the latter in pedagogy Vinglish and literature. Everything Points towards an unusually successful meeting this year. The Date is Angustia to 20, . There was so much talk in the Spring al out blowing up wheat and the impression so generally created that there would be no wheat to Harvest this year that dealers in twine bought very Short As a Rule but de. Hottenstein always Long headed bought just As much As usual perhaps More. Last week everybody was out of twine Here and in surrounding towns excepted. He had twine plenty of it. He supplied Attica dealers and All the big banners around and by saturday his big Stock was All cleaned up. Sold at a Nice Advance Over the rear ular Price too. Over a Hundred Farmers Over in an Ohio town assembled at the depot last saturday and paid Cash for $700 Worth of groceries of an inferior Quality. Biumi the orders were taken the farriers signed an agreement to take the groceries on the promises of the sti i Ingris to take All the butter and eggs the Farmers had on delivery Dayan food prices. After the Farmers had settled for their groceries at exorbitant prices the swindlers refused to take their produce at any Price and this so incensed the victims that fora time it looked As though the strangers might be roughly dealt with. Realizing their danger they lied. J lie goods carried by these foreign grocery paddlers Are of the adulterated and inferior kind and the dealers themselves Are no better than iii Havay robbers. There is but one Safe plan to adopt that is to buy from regular dealers and people you know to be honorable. 352, and w. J. A. Delancey of Centra Lia Lodge no 201, Centralia iii., went last saturday evening and constituted Jordan Lodge 612. This new Lodge reports Twenty members composed of leading Ryen in Jordan and Steuben townships. Uliey have a Nice new Hall and everything fixed up in Good shape. The members who Are All up to Dace and progressive Farmers will give a grand banquet in due time and invite neighbourhood lodges. Their membership will be largely increased in a Short time. Personal. A Hennan Ammerman is Here visiting his father. A Geo. King is visiting Friend in Danville 111., this week. Bert Statzell transacted business at Pine Village monday de. Banes wheeled to Covington and Back the first of the week. A a. W. Clifton visited relatives at Newton ind., Over sunday. A Geo. Stump or. Made a business trip to Lafayette tie other Day. A Herbert Braden spent sunday at fort Wayne. He reports a pleasant time. A or. Loyd Ireland and we. Stearns of Attica were Over tuesday evening. A. W. Sci Conover went to Danville yesterday being called there to look after a Case in court. A mrs. C. V. In Cadams returned last thursday from a month s visit with her Mother at Champaign iii. A mrs. W. E. Wakeman of Hopkins Park 111., was Here the past week visiting her daughter. Mrs. R. A winks. A or. And mrs. Herman Buch Are Here from st. Louis visiting the held fat Nily. Mrs. Buch was formerly miss held. A Harry Evans sr., trustee of Jordan township called on the review the other Day. Or. Evans is one of Jordan s substantial citizens. Pc. I. Humphreys Hedrick was in town yesterday. He has been taking treatment at Danville and has Hopes of receiving some Benefit. A Inniss adalist of this place went to Wolcott ind., to visit her grandparents or. And mrs. We. Lisk. She will probably remain some time. A mrs. Laura Cooley and daughter. Helen and miss Margeret Cooley of Attica and mrs. T. M. Andrews and daughter of West Lafayette Are the guests of m. A Mcdonald residing near West Lebanon. Tif Cate of Deposit on the Perrin National Bank at Lafayette for .$900. Or. Judy says there is due him from the firm of Judy amp Goodwine about ii200. A letter was also found disclosing the fact that he had a brother named Thomas and a sister Fanny living in new Ross England. A his effects were gathered together by or. Clifton and brought Here saturday and turned Over to county treasurer Fleming. In the absence of a will an administrator will be appointed by the clerk of the court and his relatives who have been notified of the sad ending of their brother s life by or. Judy will come Forward in due time and claim the estate. Deceased was sober and industrious and Well thought of by his employers and All who knew him.schoo3i0nkv. The apportion Piont Fildy a jilt a t h o amounts Fork Cli Towi Iship arc a shown a re Veitii. Auditor Stephens and Deputy winks have completed the apportionment of school funds to the several townships in this county the total sum is f71o7.12 and is divided Amon the trustees As Bein on and after the second a londay of the present to in. Several town Shi s have drawn their Money. The Ikea i a .soci.vi. When a Church society goes into a scheme to make seme Money anti they succeed in raising .$2,"or-s7."i. They think they have Aone Well but the Elm Grove society North of town have broken the record All things considered. The ladies made a handsome silk quilt and the name of every person contributing ten cents was worked upon it. Alien completed there were 2 names thereon. On thursday night . The society held a sociable and the quilt was sold to John Ammerman for so 00. He being the highest bidder. A guessing was also entered into As to the number of names on the quilt. Kali Guesser paid live cents. Tie of from this Little scheme were about . John Ammerman guessed within one of the number of names and received a Fine cake for a prize. Ice Cream and cake and other refresh rents were served and the receipts were about �?�s12,00. Thus it will be seen that the receipts from the whole thing were approximately about $115.00, which is certainly very satisfactory to tie Little society out in the country. Where is tie Church society in a town of 2,000 to 3,000 that can show something to equal it our John Ammerman was the lion of the hour. He took out eight Young ladies. He bought the quilt he took the cake and he bought ice create and other fixing and he had better time than anybody. Music on his graph phone was a feature the occasion. A Irani a Toni. Pill it. Manili. Steuben. Pike. I ii iii a. Wai Reid. . A Luik. Jon hui. Williamsport. Prairie. La met. West . State line it ity., Puio. Total. Psi. 10 so. 10 5 i3.20 .90 is 7s to 774.-Jo i �i.-. 10 a is in,10 .00 aeon it i n i no i it i inc to v. Philip x. Iii in a i. Struck by a big four train near Covington monday and narrowly escaped being killed. His i Cape from i Lastant death was iniraculoii.-. It seems that the do Cunt Leinan who was driving to iii Mik i t. Was on approaching ilic track and looked each Way for an Ai prot ii lii in train and not observing any he drive Alread but just As his buggy got on ther iils the exist bound flashed into View. He tried to whip his iii Sis up 111 i scape being run Over butt by a cry moved to the spot with fright and rat Pisiki to move and ill the next a a Raih the. Train was upon thu iii. ii Orsi s a it re instantly Kish d. Thi l ugly the Nolish de and a or. Irillis fortunately with one or two broken i ibs and some bad by i discs. At Hist accounts the old gentleman in a fair Way of ree very lie is 82 years old and seems capable of standing More of people at that a it get Rili avast to Vul edgy. Why a i iii lick s Uon l. Sri i i it Ltd. Hasi Isam. The review was the first paper to announce the news of the suicide that occurred at West Lebanon last thursday morning and the Only diaper in the county that made any reference to it last week. Coroner t. A. Clifton who was summoned to the scene rendered a verdict of death from suicide by hanging. Cause unknown. William Wall who thus mysteriously took his own life was an englishman who came to this country from new Ross England about twelve years ago. He was 40 years old and unmarried having no relatives in this country. For the last 5 years he has been in the employ of Judy amp Goodwine of West Lebanon i and had charge of their celebrated Herd of pol Dangus cattle. He Vas very trusty and a remarkably Good Man with cattle very even tempered and kind and usually cheerful. Of late part of the Herd had been kept in the Fleming barn where they were being prepared for exhibit at the fairs by Wall who slept in the barn. He had complained considerably of heat and said he Felt much depressed by it but there was noticed nothing unusual about him. He was last seen alive about 8 o clock wednesday evening at the barn by or Fleming when the latter went in to put up a driving team when Wall seemed in his usual spirits. The body was discovered by Fleming about half past five o clock the is. Geo. Hitchens was commissioned Day morning when he went into the special Deputy by the Trand master to constitute Jordan Jodge no. 012 . A at Hedrick. Ind. He in comp Tony with a a. Wilson j. C. Stephens k. C. Livengood Jos. Russell j. G. Mccord p. L winks. W. J. Mccorkhill James Mcallister Albert Brier Homer Mccarty and w. H. Gemmer All members of Williamsport Lodge no. 8s and p. W. Fleming and w. H. Stephens Mem he has been located at i depend Bers of West Lebanon Lodge no mow where Wall s bed was to throw Down Hay swinging from a Rafter near the bed. He had been dead from appearances some hours having probably taken his life about 10 or 11 o clock a wednesday night. When Cut Down he was in his usual working garb his watch was running in his pocket and there was found on his person and about his effects Over .�90 in Cash. There was also found among his effects a cer one of the Best games Ever played at Attica was played there last Friday Between the Williamsport High school brownies and the Attica High school ponies. The game was interesting throughout. The a brownies were in Good condition and put up an excellent game and that the ponies were not far behind them is proven by the score which was 11 to 10. The most of the brownies made Brilliant plays but two inexcusable errors were made which were by quot Harry salts and Clarence Jackson. Rupert Gregory on first got every Ball that was sent to him. Demmary on second was simply perfection making plays which would seem impossible for a second Man to make. Clair Haun had his ice with him and froze every Ball thrown to third. Jackson As Short Stop made some very bad Fumble but Benton Huntzinger the regular Short Stop who arrived after tie game had begun made some very Brilliant plays. Loren. Hanson distinguished himself by saving every try that went to the left Field. Joe Biggs in right Field Lead but one Opportunity to Distin Guisti himself of which he was made devoid by the error of salts Center fielder Statzell did very Good work behind the Bat making Souie excellent base throws. Homer Smith and Earnest Beebe both did efficient pitching. The brownies did excellent batting lining out several two and three base hits and one Home run Liy Demmary. Williams and Jairett constituted the Attica Battery. Attica made one Tripple play which received comment from the brownies and ponies alike. Several doubles were made by both sides. Gaver who played right Field distinguished himself As the Star of the Pony nine. The Center and left Fielding could be greatly improved. Attica s first and third base men did Good work list much improvement could be made on second. Denglar distinguished himself playing Short Stop and kick intr. The umpires Levor and Long did Well and gave Sci Are discussions. About five of the ponies were heavy batters while the rest were very Light. The return Frame will be played on Williamsport s grounds to Morrow. Admission docents. Ladies free. A valued Hango has the i ii us ing Tea club a that can be taken As ood advice they Are not Linn. They have favourites. They Are not punctual. They teach for the pay alone. They Are always finding fault. They Don t control . They Don t read educational papers. They Don t attend teachers meetings. They Don t keep their schoo room tidy. They Don t prepare for cach recitation. They know too much to take advice. They Only subjects. They Don t their school. They speak predecessor. They Don t quot properly Venti Laid Tivey Are All the time Luar reling with some of the scholars. They Are afraid some one will find out what they Don t know. They see too Many Good things about the directors Chitren. They take spells quot of trying to thrash everything in school. Ily like to Tea ii Cirtain ask j Arents to visit a sparingly of their keep their school room a i. I have a try siiri Inid up in this cily of a i a by i filet Liat can v in Ali if 11. Voll m a casket of Clay lint Mial Cak Kul now in tio Liutti ind viiu e in tim diu of to lii i work t think of Lipini o or Ami o or i say myself in that Eniy al it Ove i will find my Losi a Ewel ouse Nior. The feet that went Down in tie River of a Atli As 1 Stool on life s desolate Sand and walking in i Laudess tho streets of Bright Kold thai run Tiroux a the Hind the lips that so tenderly Liis peril iny name ave they closed in the sclera Elt of death. Will speak to me yet in the Liden of love. When life is no longer a breath. The dear hands that Lovi Fily think to my own As Kiew in death pals less and cold. Are bearing fresh Palms t Hronish rhe City of Iod or sweeping o or Harp Stvil Tifis of Kold. The eyes that to Iriceil on in Wilh love to the last now Liyim in liter nity s Litcht he sees in his Beauty the Kiiji on his thi okie. And on lii a Law with Delight. Of Earth wit i its Fra a quot i and Beauty and Bloom. To to is fair lint heaven is d Zaror and sweeter to Niel it or my beaut Iliili treasure there the dear lord who save hui and Tok him away. Will not leave no forever alone he will Viive him to me come ii Sain when 1 stand by that heavenly to roue. In to Viii reme Morancu of Hor hui bail by mrs. Mulson lira Den

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