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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - July 28, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana The Warre devoted to the interests of find Warren county. Vol. Till. Williamsport is county i a a Rdiaz a a july 2�, lb98. Is umbel 31. Sensation in Benton. Pending an investigation of the Benton county Treasury the sex treasurer leaves Home and it is thought he will cease to Keslie in Fowler. The Koss affair again comes to the surface. Special prices on Queens Are at Mussleman s grocery. The Best rat catchers on Earth Are ferrets. Roy Fox has them for Sale. Ouk candidate. Judge j. Kabb of Warren county asks for a place on the state ticket. Minnesota chief the Best flour on Earth at Mussleman s grocery Sailor s old stand. It is stated that sex treasurer of Benton county Abram c. Boice has suddenly disappeared from his Home in Fowler and that he is not expected to return. Ever since the suicide of the late treasurer of Benton county Jam s Kirtly peo Jyh. Pie have been demanding an investigation of the books Back to the time of his pre Decesse a. C. Boice leaving the office. The accounts of the office Are now being investigated and a sgt station was caused the other Day by a Long article appearing in the Indianapolis news from a Stait correspondent who has been investigating the official and private career of or. Boyce. The news article and the sudden disappearance of the sex treasurer has caused considerable excitement at the Cap Itol of Benton. Records against John Ross. Concerning John loss democratic nominee for Congress from the both District the news article says stowed away in the Back Pigeon holes of the auditor s office Are some records that will play a prominent part in the politics of the tenth congressional District. The county officers Are not particularly anxious to make these records Public but the recent troubles in the treasurer s office have brought to the minds of the taxpayers another Deal cation that occurred a number of years ago when John Boss Vas trustee of York township. The records in the Benton circuit your show that orders were change and vouchers were raised and duplicated in the matter of the payment of teachers salaries. Suit was brought in Benton county for malfeasance in office for moneys received and converted by Boss to his own use and not paid Over or accounted for at the end of his term of office. The venue was changed from the Benton circuit court to the Tippecanoe circuit court and from there to tie White circuit Coli t. Judgment was rendered against Jim in the White circuit court for about $3,500, an Appeal was taken to the supreme court and a judgment of the lower court was affirmed with costs. A petition for a re hearing was overruled May 12, 1892. The Case was reported in 131 ind. Keep. On Page �4s. Or loss who was interviewed tuesday by a representative of the Lafayette courier stated that the article was unjust to him in not stating All the facts however he said he paid f5,600 in Cash including $2,000 court costs completely closing the matter but has Ever held that he was unjustly dealt with. The courier says that since or. Loss has resided in la Yette he has always been a highly respected citizen and his life is an open Book. The new Revenue Law. The Christian sunday school will picnic at Hains Foi d on Pine Creek thursday of this week. Mussleman s grocery is Headquarters for Daisy baking powder manufactured by Joe guest at Lafayette. Joseph Hefferman aged 22 died at his Home in Marshfield on wednesday of last week. The funeral occurred Friday. Zeigler is still at it. His great Cut Price Sale continues. He gives you pointers in his advertisement at the head of our third Page. As you open your paper you will at once see the announcement of the Boston store on Page 4. Here is a novel scheme they present for the consideration of the ladies. Be on Viand every Day next week at 3. Charley Kilpatric of Danville the world famous one legged bicycle rider is at Home for the summer after a successful tour of the world. His next extended trip will be to Australia where he will fill an important engagement. Judge Abb returned saturday from an extended trip Over the state and he is out this week working in the interests of his Campaign As a candidate for the office of supreme judge from the third District. The judge is Well pleased with the reception received wherever he has been and he feels that his efforts will be rewarded with Success at the api coaching state convention. The review feels that it voices the sentiment of the people of this county regardless of politics by saying that we could furnish no Man More eminently fitted for the position and Warren county in presenting her claims for recognition at the hands of the convention to assemble next week for the first time in its history is asking recognition on the Republican ticket for a state office and in making her Appeal for re cognition she presents the name of one mos eminently fitted for the place Man recognized wherever known As an Ideal citizen a Man of Honor a profound lawyer and an Able judge. The entire bar of the Twenty first judicial circuit where he has served on the Bench for sixteen years gives him the High est endorsement. Why is it when a Man is Worth 8100,000,000 he is quot convivial quot when Worth $1,0c0,000 he is quot somewhat fond of wine quot when Worth 8100,000 he is quot addicted to the use of stimulants quot when Worth �1,000 he quot drinks to excess quot when Worth Sloo he quot bowls up quot and when Worth $1 he is a quot bloated repulsive drunkard v quot or. H. T. Vanderbilt who has been spending the past seven months with his son eve. W. E. Vanderbilt at i Tacquaro in the state of Michoacan Mexico arrived Rome saturday afternoon. He was accompanied by iii daughter mrs. W. E. Yan Debilt and Little grand Dau Glitz a Mary who will spend the summer Here As the guests of o. L. Winks and j. W. Brooks. They left Mexico tuesday morning july 19th, making the journey in four Days. Chas. Sentman has bad the land Mark removed from the trip of his head. At the Battle of Gettysburg he received a bad wound on the left Side and a Bullet just grazed the top of his head. Soon after growth appeared on his head just in the path of the Bullet which in Lime grew to be the size of Walnut. This was Cut oif time another appeared jus Frank Poole Well known throughout this and adjoining counties for three years with j. Frank Mcdermond was in town tuesday. He is now at the head of the outside push and All round Man with Thomas Hemphill amp brother. Must have 1�zeen hit. A Anc the review last week said paddlers Are travelling through this part of the country Sel Xinji folding Bench clothes wring and rugs. They sell the wringers at 88.00, and you can buy of our dealers at less than one half the Price. Yon can buy a by Gutter a in Williams Jort for 83.00 than they sell for 85.00. Don t buy of those fakers you always pay More and get an inferior Quality. As to the prices that these goods can be bought for from our local dealers the statement is verified by reputable merchants i eople whom you know and who Are ready George stump has the contract i to make Good any defects that for remodelling and improving a., might be found. Yesterday morn m one Side of the path made by the rebel Bullet. This has been growing for years and he finally decided to have it removed the operation being performed by doctors Swank and Coifman. Charley was game enough to have the operation per formed without resorting to an an aesthetic. A Uli Klondy Kuks. Or. G. L. Coffman has purchased a lot on Center-st., Between the Carson and Clayton lots. The doctor will build a House this fall. Late in the fall George stump will begin building on his lot making four new houses to be built on that Street this season. B. Donovan s residence property ast third Street. The work began tuesday morning. The House will be made two stories and otherwise improved. When completed it will be one of the Best in the Street. It was expected by the framers of the new Revenue Law that it would yield 8150,000,000 yearly but the receipts for the first fifteen Days of july show an aggregate of 8550,000,000,provided the average was kept up but of course All the Large institutions have provided themselves with i Supply of Stamps that will las some time yet the aggregate receipts for the year will undoubtedly be More than double probably treble the amount anticipated the receipts the first fifteen Days of this month were $1,850,000 or about double the amount Nec Essary to carry on the War. This tax is not burdensome though i is inconvenient in some instances. Y the quot cough quot of the Vesuvius is temporarily allayed. The Winona Reading Circle. A letter dated july 8, was re Ceil Evilio la Kop i a monday. They were at st. Michaels preparing to Start in Liu siness. The party consisting cd n. Y. Hendricks Jacob Pfeifer and Samuel King from Here and two men who joined them at Seattle will establish five trading stations along the Yukon. K. D. H. Leap of Hanover College was in town last week introducing the Winona Reading Circle work it proved to be very popular Liere. A Circle was Ormed of some of the Best people in our town. The course is very similar to the Chautauqua work. Is a logically arranged i years course taking up the Fiir great epochs of history. 1. The epoch of Antiquity. 2. The epoch of he introduction of christianity. The epoch of the be Naissance. 4. The modern epoch. The course of 1898- 99 will per Ain to the first epoch. The four books for this year Are both his Orical and literary. A great Deal of in thursam is displayed Over the work for the Home Reading course oilers to the members a carefully selected course of systematic Reading while the Circle or animation affords the Best substitute for the stimulus of class association. Or. Leap will be in town again in a few Days to close the organization at this place. The officers and members in the Willia Rasport Circle Are Fremont Goodwine pres. Supt. S c. Hanson Nice pres. Anna m Broadie Sec y and treas. Or Dora Goodwine miss Ella Kent mrs. E. Hanson or. O. L. Vinks mrs. Mary p. Winks Florence Judy c. C. Stearns mrs. Maggie Stearns Ethel Gregory Elizabethi Schoonover mrs. Julia Niehold j. K. Chambers mrs. Jennie Broadie or. And mrs. Smith Nell Moore or. And mrs. W. B Durborow Lois Fleming o. C Tabourn or. And mrs. W. P. C Michael. The new dog Law seems to work out fairly Well in this county the quot following is a report of the assessors though it is conceded that in some of the townships at least Liere Are Njang More dogs than Lave l Een reported. The assessors of course have done their Uty but people continue to lie in out the ownership of dogs Wui iii Itou. Rev. 1�zkntle\ at Kijana. The Northern Indiana Normal school and business College Yal Jor Aiso Indiana will celebrate its 25 the anniversary August 10 and 11. This school has had a remarkable growth and has the repute Ion of doing the most thorough work. Its fall term will open a ust 30. Many students from this county have attended the school and Many More will attend the coming year. In the review Man was approached by a Young Man who seemed quite indignant at being called a quot of course the word Fakir was not applied to anyone in particular but to this class of dealers in general. The review will always to found working in the interests of its patrons. We Are for the people who Are known to us for cur neighbors and our friends first last and All the time though our sayings May excite the Wrath and indignation of travelling dealers. A Star attraction. The program of the twin City Chautauqua Assembly to be held at Crystal Lake Park Urbana 111., contains the announcement together with a very Good Cut of our eve. L. C. Bentley stating that on saturday August 20, he will deliver a lecture on the subject quot uncrowned people attending the Assembly May expect to hear a Fine lecture from that reverend gentleman. Lost his rocket look. Miss Emma Tyler died at her Home in West Lebanon monday. Miss Tyler had been in the employ of the Wabash company for a number of years and held the position of Day operator at it. Wayne at the time of her death. She came Home about two weeks ago and was taken sick. The funeral occurred yesterday at 2. P. M., conducted by the pastor of the m. E. Church. Interment in the West Lebanon cemetery. On Page four will be found the new advertisement of the d. A Baldwin co., of Louisville with branches at Indianapolis and Terre haute this state and at other important cities in adjoining states. No More extensive manufacturers and dealers in musical instruments can be found anywhere. They Are regarded As reliable. The name is familiar to Many of our citizens and those who have purchased their pianos and organs Are Well pleased. Foremost and above All others stands the Quick meal steel Eange now on exhibition at the store of e. L. Hottenstein. In the construction of this Range time and expense have not been considered. The Best brain and mechanical skill of the country has been to work and the result is a Range that surpasses anything heretofore presented As a candidate for Public approval. Of this Range the manufacturers say quot Quick meal quot steel ranges Are not the cheap it est ranges made but they Are the quot quot Quick meal quot steel ranges and Junior ranges Are made in 186 different styles and sizes. They Are built to Cook Well to bake Well to look Well. They display Well they have so Many distinctive features for the dealer to talk about so Many sales compelling qualities. Quick meal quot steel ranges sell and satisfy. Says the Ambia news sex county supt. L. A. Sailor of Warren county while returning from Cissna Park monday lost his pocket Book North West of town several Miles. He was in town the next morning and drove Back to look for it. It was found by two Little boys and brought to town by their parents just after or. Sailor had left in search of it. He was much pleased on his return to have his property handed to him intact. Wabash improvements Here. I Ike in Liber a. Rino. Steuben. Fil it i it ii iii. Wenri i. Liberty. lord ii Rairie i a 127 ri2 119 47 Lul it kill i u 7t total f in Connly. I,2i2 the Law says that any person who shall keep or Harbor any dog jul shall not have paid the tax shall upon complaint of any resident of the county be subject to a due of not less than five nor More Hail Twenty dollars. Any person Ai owing of a dog on which no tax las been paid May report the Case o the trustee of his township whose duty it shall be to report lie matter to the prosecuting at Orney or his Deputy who shall bring an action before any Justice or in the circuit court and upon conviction thereof he shall re Eive the sum of five dollars thereof for each Case so prosecuted. People owning dogs township trustees and other officers would do Well to thoroughly Post themselves regarding the new dog Law of 1897. Join Circle. The Winona Reading a a Bank at Honolulu. About twelve o clock saturday night the new residence of Gus Swager located a mile North o Hunter Springs was disco org on fire. Gus and his family and John i Erry and family left in tie even ing for Portland Arch to remain Over sunday. The House and contents were totally destroyed Leav ii a the family without clothing even except what they wore. Or. Swager had just built the House in the Spring a neat Little six room cottage. The loss Falls heavily upon or. Swager Avo is one of the most worthy and industrious Farmers in the town slip. His neighbor James p. Bennett came to town tuesday and raised quite a Nice sum of Money by soliciting our business and professional men and county officials and the contributions were most worthily bestowed. The origin of the fire is unknown. The Attica Ledger of tuesday had a report of the arrest of a Man by the name of Cook stating that he had been seen to enter the House and that Swager had sworn out a warrant for his arrest. The report also stated that a lot of Silver Ware and other valuables had been stolen. Up to yesterday noon Swager knew nothing of these things and it is probable that no arrests have been made. Fletcher Heath of Muncie and other Indiana men will establish tie first National Bank in i let i of Lulu. There has been a wonderful Rush for the Stock from everywhere but tie bulk of it Wir be held in Indiana. Or. H ath through the influence of his brother Perry Heath at Washiington. Assistant postmaster general was enabled to get in on the ground floor and is at the head of the institution. Ice Cream festival. �?0�? the m. E. Church society at Carbondale will give an ice Cream festival and social saturday evening next july 30. Everybody is invited and a splendid entertain Luent is promised. Of Inona Circle is a Home read Inu quot course. The 8100 bicycle rate has sustained a severe Jiu picture. Those wishing to join the Vin Ona Circle see miss Broadie. It is about wave to take summer. Time for the Vram a vacation for the the course of the Empire seems to be slashing All around the Lior Rizon just now. Spanish misrule is so detestable that every patriotic american ought to be glad to quot stamp quot it out. Uncle Sam seems to be getting a Large assortment of castles and a of of scrap Iron Avrich he did not calculate on. A Large Winona Circle is formed at Attica also Here. A new Side track is being put in West of town by the Wabash company for convenience in handling their increased business at this station and for the purpose of affording better facilities for handling the passenger trains that pass Here. The new trains known As the quot Continental limited quot pass Here and at the same time comes the regular East bound passenger making three heavy passenger trains Here at once and often freights Are laying on the Side tracks at the same time. The new track will be 2500 feet Long and will add very materially to the facilities for handling the trains. ten thousand. Much Surprise was expressed when it became known tuesday morning that w. H. Sweet through his attorney w. L. Tabourn has filed a suit in the circuit court against John w. Ammerman for alienating the affections of his wife. Or. Ammerman has employed Stansbury amp Rossiter to look after his interests. The Case will come up in the october term. The plaintiff asks 810,000 damages. Methodist Church sunday. 9.30 class meeting�?2 30 Sorn Day school�?7 30 preaching quot the today of every time a Board is in the Spanish throne Don Cirlos the pretender starts to the of the stage and emits a Melo dra Matic laugh. The year just closed a is the greatest one commercially the u. S. Has Ever experienced. No such wonderful business revival As that following Mckinley s election avas Ever before seen in the world. There was a Large attendance at the social Given at chamber s Block last thursday evening by the Christian Endeavor societies of the presbyterian and Christian churches. The receipts were 824.-22, with a net result of $14.75. Ministers justices and others authorized to perform marriage ceremonies should remember that certificates of marriage cannot be recorded until the 10-cent War Revenue stamp is affixed. Of course the Validity of the marriage contract is not affected but people like to have a record of their marriage kept by the proper courts and this cannot be done without the stamp. In a w i.

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