Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana
28 Jul 1898

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28 Jul 1898

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - July 28, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana So the a Ieav Avillia sport ikd., july 28, 1898. Iii st Vii j. Ii. Letchie a editor. R lil ii Shim every find unto nil it lie i Lickli Jinice at William Sikut As second class Maii. Mat tor. Subscriptions wiil to continued unless positively ordered at the end of tin ii paid for. Subscript in rates. One year.$1.0 six months.5t Job printing. Tife re Tew is prepared to execute All kind of Job in the latest and Best Stylo am at reasonable rates and All work turned out it guaranteed. Special facilities for willing orders for Blank books of All kinds and Magazine binding. Address All orders to the review Williamsport Iteld. Wlliam Frokt ind., tuly 1898. Republican county ticket. A of for auditor William h. Stephens. For treasurer Jacob Sheffer. For clerk Joii g. Mccord. For Sli Riff. 1. N. Statzell. For commissioner second District e. C. Jive Good. For commissioner first District James c. Hall. For Surveyor Wilmer Gemmer. For Coroner or. Boyd Jones. A of for joint Tippecanoe Siml a Vii run counties Henry Vav. Marshall. For Congress tent ii Congressi Onui District of Indiana Hon. E. U. Crumpacker. For i Rosec Stinst attorney in the 21st judicial District James w. Prissy. Fok Khi Uhm can state conk motion. A of Headquarters Kepul lican state committee i .v708 Majestic building. Indiana Olis july 7. Ins to the republicans of Indiana and All other who desire to co operate with them Yon Are invited to meet in Delegate Conven tion at Tofu Ilenson Hall in Indianapolis of wednesday and thursday August of and 4th. 1898. J he convention will assemble at s 30 o Clochi p. M. On wednesday August so. For the purpose of adopting a platform and for the transaction of All other business except the selection of candidates. The convention will reassemble on thursday. August 4th, at 9 o clock a. 111. For the selection of candidates for the following state othes Secretary of state auditor of state treasurer of it Stato attorney general Jerk of the supreme court superintendent of Public instruction state statistician state geologist judge of the supreme court for the 2d District judge of the supreme court for the he District a Ridge of the supreme court for the 5th District the convention will be composed of Lolini delegates apportioned among the several counties on the basis of Cue Delegate and one alternate for each two Hundred votes and each fraction of one Hundred or Over cast for Hon. Henry g. Thayer first elector at Large in l?. The retires notation for the 10th District will b As follows tenth a strict. Benton. La jasper.10 lake.24 liaporte.�____23 it Newton. S Torter .14 warren.10 white.12 i ils 2 we 4.hs3 4,t la i -i4r> 2, r h 2,045 2,a8 i them particularly so but let us suppose that instead of Spanish even ses the War thus far had been a series of Spanish successes is it conceivable that american captives would have been treated by the spaniards As Admiral Cervera and his men have been by their captors v let the blood of the officers and sailors of the Virgin ius answer. Generosity is not a trait of Spanish character it is one it of the dominating characteristics of the american. Only the free Are truly Noble. It is Only in the sunlight of Liberty that character attains its highest development. The Spanish nature has been cramped and warped by tyranny and cruelty until it has become tyrannous and ungenerous and Only the most intelligent of the spaniards will api recite the kindness extended to them. The rest will continue to wonder. Total. 142 the from the Loti District will meet in room 54 of the state House second floor. At each of such meetings the Oll Jors and members of Momiu Ittzes will to selected one member of the a Ommittee on rules and permanent organization. One member of the on credentials. One member of the committee on resolutions. One vice president of the convention. One assistant Secretary of the it invention. The members of the committees thus Closen will meet at the following places at 12 o clock noon. A oin Mittee on Kules and permanent organization to entry Jln room Denison hotel to Maltiee on credentials Koom 432 Denison hotel. Licketto the convention will be distributed by the District committeemen at the District meetings wednesday August 3rd. Jelea ates to hold to in their seats ready for business at 3 30 p m., Sharp. Wednesday August 3rd. Doors to the convention Hall will be open at two o clock. Alifi county chairman will please Send this committee copy of is published Call and apportionment and report As soon As selected the names and addresses of the delegates and alter nites a chosen if they have not already done Charles 8. He Only chairman s. H. Spoon be Secretary. American Wool growers ought to be thankful to the Bingley regime for one thing. It has lessened Wool imports thus enlarging the Home Market to them. In june 1897, 37,912,491 pounds of Wool were imported As against 7,542.762 pounds this year. Our Dixie friends share in this Home Market also for in Jane 1897, 640,860,049-pounds of the Sweet substance were imported As against 267,730,080 for the same month this year. Some of the decreases is due to the fact that imports in june 1898 were quickened by the nearness of the change in duties but not All. William j. Bryan As a fore Teller of events is a Mammoth mental failure. He prophetically cried ruin and disaster to the business world and the mercantile reports of Dun. And Bradstreet declare that Prosperity in Ali departments of Trade has never a been so wide spread in the United states As it is today. He foretold How the plutocrats of the East would stand with All their million feet upon the necks of the i producing classes in the West and it known to every Man that the Farmers of the West Are the ones who Are most benefited by the aug-4nentatiou of values in All the pro a Lucas of the Firra. He warned his friends quot the masses of the Plain people quot a of the certain and speedy disappearance of the paper and Silver Money of the country should Gold be accepted As the Standard of value but Gold is used now As formerly mainly As redemption Money while y Aper and Silver continue to serve As the principal medium of Exchange he told of the near approach of that dread time when the wealth the Money of the country would find concentration in the hands of a few while the great majority would be penniless but Money was never so equitably distributed and property so secure to owners thereof As they Are in this year of our lord 1898. He sought to prepare the people for such a contraction in the volume of the circulating medium As would bring about the greatest financial ruin this country has Ever known but Money was never so plentiful the rate of interest so Low and the business interests of the United states on such substantial footing As now. In Short All the bad things which or. Bryan Popli Elcied have not come to pass. The danger signals which he Hung out were false lights and fortunate it is for the people of the United states that they were not deceived thereby. If or. Bryan is desirous of re establishing his reputation As ? Prophet let him declare that Mckinley will be his own successor then get out the prophesying business. Spain May thank her Lucky stars that she is fighting with quot americans. At the hands of no outlier people would her citizens who Are so unfortunate a to be prisoners of War have experienced such generous treatment com it an pop . And some of a Southern free Silver editor spending the summer at a resort in the East and writing from that joint of View for his paper Tylius expresses himself in the it blowing Well turned endorsement of president Mckinley s conduct of the War quot the people that thought they could carry on the War better than president Mckinley have become remarkably quiet of late. Hostilities have been going on for two months and a half quot and we have destroyed two Spanish fleets occupied parts of three Spanish colonies and surrounded a Spanish army All with no other loss than the usual casualties among troops taking Strong entrench ments by storm. That is pretty Good work. No other country in the world could of done better. In we had posses etl the British Navy and the German army we Mig it of landed a Force in Cuba tie first Day of the War but As it was we had to create an Ai and gain the command of the sea by sup finessing a hostile Navy which on paper was nearly As Strong As our own. Within thirty Days after the outbreak of the War. President maj Finley had organized an army of 100,000 men. He has one now of a Quarter of a million with a Navy of 295 vessels. And How gloriously Bot i Are doing their work tie president has taken time enough to make sure that there shall be to reverses and not a Day More. That Means a War that will always fill a Brilliant Page in american your . Do not no a a Lect the Kio Icys and . The Boston store ii we Llu at sport ind aria. New i Between the hours of 3 and 4 o clock of on August 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, each Ca Day be i i i ice at i cent a Yard each Purchase limited to 10 Yards. Be rivals of Sale. A Good each out one a Ady will be required to do owed to measure at a time. Ler own measuring and five minutes time Wil 3e allowed each lady in which to select and measure her Pur Chace. Warren county dry goods co. Ditroi Fler of important or iran i a wisps l-5riht s disease i Heni Natisin. Pain ill the a dropsy and othe troubles. Disease sometimes jets a i old upon your kidneys and bladder t before you realize that serious is matter. Often these a it rans Are neglected until Toliaf in fill malady Liri gift s disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim. Many miraculous cure liar Jeen Troi Ifrat by a course of treatment with or. Davis kidney tablets. These tablets Are put us in the shape of a kidney bean and the Fornnie has been pronounced by the Best physicians of modern times to be the most direct in action on he kidneys of any remedy known o medical science. You can eat a hese tablets As you would Candy. Send for free l Booklet on i Iney diseases. Bold by All Dpi Ltd its or sent on receptor Price. .50 cents and .$1.00 do. N. C. Davis. L7-tf Frankfort ind. Would not this be a Happy world if every body lived up to their promises ? Yon meet a Man he promises to pay you at a certain time As sure As he lives. Time Rolls on Yon conclude that the Man is dead until you meet him Arain and he Renews Liis promises and Dies again. Verily this is a i Reat world. You up Man if you owe a Dollar pay it. If you have it not Doti t make any promises be honest Tell the truth and Don c Dedjie your creditors like an a wretch. It s bid to be i oor but it s disgraceful to be dishonest. Poultry Points. Did you take Scott s emulsion through the Winter if so we Are sure it quieted your cough healed the rawness in your Throat increased your weight gave you More color and made you feel better in every Way. But perhaps your cough has come Back again or you Are getting a Little thin and Pale. Then Why not continue the same helpful remedy right through the summer it will do you As much Good As when the weather is cold. Its persistent use will certainly give you a better appetite and a stronger digestion. It will cure your weak Throat and heal your inflamed lungs. It will cure every Case of consumption when a cure is possible. Don t be persuaded to take something they say is just As Good. All it of. And $1. Scott amp Boche. Che ,-v. 3s� old bachelors who have delayed Matrimony until this late Date will now find that the Cost of Getti Ufa hitched is Twenty cents More than it ult de to be. Under the new Revenue Law which went Riuo a Tinct Only 1st, a ten cent Revenue stamp is required to be affixed to the mar ria it Fth certificate. To record tie same after the wedding is All Over and the Happy c file have probably b Gaii Purcha Sirij their furniture the recorder must be paid ten cents for another extra Stai Ufi. Of course this additional expense of Twenty cents assessed l y the government against people who live a hankering to be tied up with a matrimonial knot will not be con a dered by the Young Man who is determined to Rush ii Adlong regardless of consequences but with Ibe confirmed old Bachelor who has been Tiesi Tating and waiting for excuses the 20 cent assessment will simply drive him an Opportunity to put it Olf again quot until the War is most Kessly a stomach disease permanently cured by the masterly Power of South american Nervine tonic. Invalids need suffer no longer because this great remedy can Eure them All. It is a cure for the whole world of stomach weakness and indigestion quot. The cure begin ? with the first dose. The Relief it brings is marvelous and Surpris Hig. It makes no failure never disappoints. No matter How Long you h Ive a uttered your cure is certain under the use of thie great health giving Force pleasant and always Safe. Hold by a. A Donovan druggist to Indi 9-42 bits of Wisdom gleaned from the experience of experts. Purplish red edges of comb and Wattles indicate Lack of condition. Buy eggs i is cad of Birds to improve the clock. It is much cheaper. On warm pleasant Days open Tao poultry Louko and give it a Good airing. Listen in the Henhouse after dark and if you linear wheezing you have roup on baud. In cleaning a lie House everything that is movable should to taken outdoors and cleaned. If Cut very Fine and cooked Clover is a Good thing to add to the morning meal for poultry. It no More to take Good care of a Good fowl than it does to take care of a Dunghill. Bones that have marrow in them when ground make an exceedingly rel Shablo food for fowls. The chinese boil the eggs hard and then wrap them in soft Clay. They will keep forever it is said. There has been a great improvement in poultry but Piliere is plenty of room for More improvement. Fowls should be fed in such a Way that they cannot eat too fast. Gulping Down food is very harmful. The common Pigeon is a Hardy Bird and the Young people can make a Little pin Money in Breeding them. Hens 2 to 4 years old Are at their prime for Breeding purposes in the opinion of a poultry woman. If a Small feed of Oats and wheat is scattered among Straw for the hens to Hunt for in the afternoon they will be benefited. Pour a gallon of boiling water Over a Pound of Lime. When settled pour it Over eggs which you have packed Small end Down in a Stone Jar and set in Cool place. It is claimed the eggs will keep three Mouths. I n the a reims of most girls f has a very prominent place a piano or Organ of the Best make of this country can now be bought from our House upon terms of payment very Little higher than is required for the simple rent of an instrument. Oor prices and terms Are most reasonable. Think of the Money you save by buying your piano direct from the factory. We Maui aet re the matchless quot Baldwin quot piano and the Ellington and Valley Gem pianos the most popular pianos of the Day. We also manuf euro the and Monarch organs. Purpose in poultry raising. If you Are keeping hens you should do so for a purpose. If Only a Small flock is kept it will matter but Little whether they Are intended for eggs or the table As they will Cost but a Small sum and the receipts will not be great but if a Large flock is the abject one should have eggs or poultry in View As a leading business for unless there is a specially there will be no excellence in either. The Best egg laying Breeds do not equal the Breeds adapted for producing the greatest number of eggs. If one is determined to Supply eggs for Market he should give the Market qualities of the Breed very Little consideration and aim to keep his hens in Good laying condition. No fowls Ever introduced into this country have proved of greater value to the poultry Man than the Black Minorca which Are now generally considered As having no superiors As egg producers both for size and number. The Black Minorca do not sit but will Lay on when other Breeds Are fast on the nest. They Lay As steady As any of the Spanish Breeds and if properly cared for have no superiors As Winter layers. They Are Hardy and easy to rear. Their flesh is Sweet and Juicy and has a Fine flavor. In Short they Are As profitable a Breed As can be bred. While farm labor and Laud Are getting More expensive and crops Are sometimes a failure remember the denser population and the greater demand for poultry and eggs. Give your attention to Quality As Well As Quantity. At appears to become gradually Plain that nowhere in this Union can beef be grown better or cheaper than in the Southwest. There food in the shape of cottonseed Moal and rough forage is abundant and inexpensive. Shelter is Little needed. If the Youngl ves get a Good Start there and Are then shipped farther North to be finished off it will be right prof table. In Many parta of the South the starting and Fin ii thing a a wih be done cheaply. Pointers to manuf euro . We manufacture organs. Our reputation is unquestioned. Our warranty the Best. We sell Baldwin pianos. We sell Ellington pianos. We sell Valley Gem pianos. We sell Hamilton and Monarch organs. We sell for Cash we sell on time. Write for the Rian Gilbert ave it cult Chi Unali o. The Elm Fiton ria Seta a ii Miiller amp a it ii it i in of it. Chin Nimati a a. The it Jim Imano L�Iiymuier-st., Cizik iii Iriti o. The has Mir get it n Ltd it a Ithenry-st., Cirica a a. . Baldwinaco., i to n. Penn-st., ind. 336 fourth-ave., Louis vice by. J w. Fourth st. Cinc Miniati o. 140 Wabash-ave., Terra haute ind. Realest a he farms Fofi Sale. 130 acres in Warren Tovin lip. Good land and Well located plenty of Good water fair in prove ments at the Low Price of $20.00 per acre rents easy 2to acres in Pike township splendid land and Good Ira pro veinerts Well located fur Only $40 per acre. A great bargain. 121 acres Eood House now barn. Plenty of water. In Pine township. Only k mile from Post office at $40.00 per Aero of to fade. 240 acres splendid land in Linn county. To. Price $2,u00, to Trade for Indiana farm or Good town property. 100 acres Fine Prairie land in Lincoln county wis., Well located to Trade for property in Williamsport and will pay some Cash. .5-room House Well located in the City of Lafayette to Trade for Small farm or property in William apart Attica or West Lebanon. Price $1200.foft Lien. Good a room House and acres land in Williamsport Good location to rent cheap to to loan. $100,0 50 to be loaned on Good improved farms in Soma of $2,500 or More with privilege of partial payments at the Low rate of per cent o. L. Wium aka inks. Ino. or r in r it ? p Ray a 9 a s quot i a i a 1 up Imp act to a ind. A a spectacles Eye glasses perfectly fitted by expert optician with years of h. C. Kachlein jeweler and optician 72 male st., Cor. Fourth Lafayette and. Agents a a ted for War in Cuba by Senor Quebada cuban represent a time to Washington. Endorsed by Cuba patriots. In tremendous demand. A Bonanza for agents. 0niy il.50. Big Book big . Everybody wants the Only endorsed reliable books. Outfits free. Credit Given. Freight paid. Dro Paluras und make $3i 0 a month with War in Cuba. Address today the National Book 352-356 Dearborn Street . ___19-26 Wabash seekers excursion to All Points West and South East. One a fare Pluss two dollars for the round trip. August 2ud, arid 16th, september 6th4 and 20th, october 4th, and 18th. For farther information apply to or address p. F. , Williamsport ind

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