Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana
24 Mar 1898

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24 Mar 1898

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - March 24, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana W the m., March 24, 1898. He ill a j. H. Letcher editor. Published every thursday and entered at tic Post office at w Williamsport As second class mail matter. Subscriptions will to continued unless positively ordered discontinued at the end of tim paid for. Subscription rates. One year. .$1.0r six Mont lis. Job printing. The be new is prepared to execute All Kindt of Job in the latest and Best Stylo and at reasonable rates and All work turned out is guaranteed. Special facilities for Fiji no orders for Blank books of All kinds and Marazino binding. Address All orders to review Wilma sport ibid. Wiliam sport inu., March 24, 1898. The Kepu Allican county ticket. For auditor. ii. Stepi ies. For treasurer Jacob Stieffer. For clerk John g. Mccord. For sheriff i. X. Stat mkt it a. For second District e. C. Livengood. For first District jame8 j. Hall. For Surveyor Wilmer Gemmer. For Coroner or. Boyd Jones. With each succeeding Clay the Mckinley grows stronger with the people. Spanish War bluster has quickened american patriotism and assured cuban Independence. Speech and silence usually have a greater ratio than 1 1 to 1. The silence of Billy great crime Worth 1600 to 1. Bryan on Quot the at present is just in the year 1897 farm mortgages to the amount of $15,000,000 were released in Nebraska. Quot William Jennings Bryan will either Lave to revise his speeches or close his eyes to these Fig Irres. In what position would thi country have been had Bryan been elected ? would ? 50,-000,000 in Silver have gone As far As the same amount in Gold in preparing for National defense would we have had �50,000,000 in anything in the Treasury to spare r Uncle Sam has Quot Blower in something like 820,000,000 recently in War material and he s still Quot the spectacle of the old gent getting a move on himself Quot causes even John Bull who has had two tussles with the old Man to raise his spectacles Jane gaze at Quot Sammy Quot in astonishment. The present emergency when this government is obliged to Purchase foreign warships and to Cash for them. If this emergency had Arisen two years ago our condition Widd have been almost helpless and extremely humiliating. Then our Gold Reserve was invaded and the Treasury practically depleted and no Way to obtain Gold except by issuing Bonds. And our condition would have been still worse if the election contest of 1896 had committed this country to Bryan ism and free Silver. If under the Silver Standard we had been obliged to go into foreign markets to Purchase warships we would have been obliged to double the amount of Silver Standard Money or in other words twice As much As we have paid and May for foreign nations would not accept our Money upon any other basis than its intrinsic Alue in the understanding of the world at Large. All the cheap talk about the government s Fifita would Avail naught when brought to such an actual business test and with Bryan and a Silvei Standard in this country we would find it disastrous to have isolated ourselves to a cheap Standard without waiting for the concurrent action of any other time and experience at Ord valuable lessons. Genera debility and loss of Plesh Scott s emulsion Lias been the Standard remedy for nearly a Quarter of a Century. Physicians readily admit that they obtain re i lists from it that they cannot get trim any other flesh forming food. There Are Many other preparations on the Market that pretend to do what Scott s emulsion does but they fail to perform it. The pure norwegian cod liver Oil made into a delightful Cream skilfully blended with the hypo hos Whites of Lime and soda which Are such valuable tonics makes this preparation an Ideal one and checks the wasting tendency and the patient almost immediately commences to put on flesh and gain a strength which surprises them. Be sure you get Scott s emulsion. See that the Man and fish Are on the wrapper. 50c. And $1.00, All druggists. Scott amp Bowne chemists new York. Sub soiling explained. Newsy notes. Since Kansas has shown signs of Reni enhance by coming Back into the Republican fold she has been abundantly blessed. She is paying Oft her mortgages every Day and within two weeks an unusual rainfall has furnished abundant water for Stock All Over the state and assured moisture for next season. Never in our National history have the people of this country stood together with one Accord More admirably than they now stand behind president Mckinley in whatever Section he May take in the strained relations with Spain. Washington and Lincoln were the targets of vile abuse throughout their most patriotic efforts for the Good of their country and Grant was the subject of Ribald criticism nil through his famous military operations but in the present complication the whole people a a Laud the president in his refusal to accede to the unreasonable demands or intimations of Spain and the same unanimity will be a feature of the situation in America in Case a conflict shall come. Congress appropriated is50,000,-000 for National defense and nobody will feel it. Gold is being imported into this country right along and by the Middle of april if necessary the entire amount placed at the disposal of the president could be met with Gold. This is an advantageous condition to a Manitoba correspondent tells How to subsoil for Best be salts. Testimony in favor of sub soiling especially Asau antidote to drought keeps pouring in from almost every Quarter. Quot it should be clearly understood thai Good sub soiling does not mean turning Down the surface soil and turning up the subsoil on top of it. That would do a Good Deal of harm. The crude material 80 brought up has not had enough air to prepare it As Plant food and May be in itself very deficient in some essential food elements Quot explains a Manitoba correspondent who writes As follows to the Orange Judd Farmer to subsoil for Best results As Little As possible of the surface soil should be turned under. It should however be clean turned once and the layer below it Well stirred to a greater or less depth As is found practicable and left so. The chief Benefit of this sort of sub soiling is to open up the less impervious stratum that lies below the reach of Ordinary blowing in such a Way that by the action of air moisture and frosts it May be brought into a condition that will enable it to hold the greatest Quantity of moisture and at the same time permit the free circulation of air around the roots of the Plant. In the growth of Trees for example the repeated movement of the soil caused by the leverage of the roots under the action of the wind has very much the same effect As results from sub soiling. There is no transposition of the different Laj ers of the soil Only a loosening proportioned to the amount of wind Power that is brought to Beai on the branches and leaves of the tree. The decaying vegetable matter a leading ingredient in the food of the tree always stays on the surface and the email fibres of the roots come up to feed upon it. But another set of roots reaches Down deeper and deeper mainly to bring up moisture without which As a diluting agent food cannot readily be made available. The work done by the leverage of the tree is of very much the same sort As is done by Good sub soiling. What the tree keeps doing for years sub soiling will do by one process for the plants which must produce their full growth and perfection in a single season. There is a wide Range in the character of soils and some soils Are such a Happy combination of Sand and Loam As to be readily pervious to both air and moisture but this combination is not common and the leading advantage of sub soiling has been its Power to protect crops from the effects of extreme and protracted droughts. The Best season for sub soiling is Evi Dently the fall. Once stirred by the sub soil plow the moisture and Frost together will reduce the soil so stirred to Fine particles through which the air and moisture and the roots to be benefited can freely pass. Some plants have in their roots much greater penetrating Power than others but sub soiling will do at one process and More effectually what is Only partially and slowly done even by the most penetrating kind of roots. The Best Way is to Send round an Ordinary plow and turn Over an Ordinary Furrow at the Ordinary , following in the same Furrow with a subsoil plow of so be sort that will stir a few inches of the next stratum of soil and leave it in the same position. An Ordinary Plo w without the to Moldboard will do this fairly Well. _ Gray wolves. The stockmen of Western Nebraska South Dakota Colorado and Wyoming Are having a vast amount of trouble with Gray wolves which Are very numerous and 80 Des motive to cattle that they intend to have a convention to talk the matter Over and see if some plan cannot be devised for ridding the country of the Pesta irrigation age Tella that in Western Nebraska these pests Are particularly numerous. The losses Are increasing yearly and the stockmen say that the Gray Wolf is becoming As great a Oarse to Northwestern Nebraska a the Jack Rabbit is to Australia. F a Young scientist is of the opinion i that women will have beards at some time in the Remote future. The King of Greece when con rpm sing with the members of his family never employs any but the iii Lish language. A a Wadi id paper says just As soon a i Spain licks llie United states the work of conquering Cuba will of easy. That s a fact. What is most needed just now is a follow who knows Eno Urh to Sevvin the Earth around so that Alaska will he right under the Equator. Glt Neial Weyler Hopes to live Quot to Lead a triumphant Spanish Arm across but Liat a Higl do time lie would have As lie led. A Toledo paper says that a Young in Itiat City recently Refuss in of marriage from a member of Congress. Perhaps she knew Liim Spain has bought two new War a ships and the a Vernor of Virginia a added Twenty colonels to his staff is the military preparations Are about even. The Kalamazoo Man who har seven wives evidently cannot distinguish the Dille rence Between u Ibarria let License and a trading stamp. Prof. Brice of Chicaro think Gold can be made for 10 cents a Pound. The sticker comes in the fact that Brice can t make it at any Price per Pound. In Atlanta recently an incur Rigich to year old negro boy was sentenced with his Kotlier s consent. T be confined fur thirty Days and to be whipped daily. Boston store Williamsport Plain talk Quot just a truthful statement of facts from week to week about this store is doing More to push it ahead than All the blow and Buster so common in the advertising of the period. Our Way is a Little slower but is far surer. The first time a purchaser reads one of our ads. He May not come to the store because we make no extravagant promises perhaps he will go elsewhere and be disappointed. Then he will follow up one of our ads. And find everything As represented. Result a customer gained. If you take the trouble to put us to the test on this very an you la not be Over these Points. Point 1. We need your Trade. Point 2. We ought to have it. Point 3. We need your Trade in order to keep in business. Point 4. We Are going to get it by offering you More goods for less Money than you Ean get elsewhere. This is a business proposition for you to consider thoroughly. Point 5. After you commence with us we Are going to hold your Trade for 1898 by continuing to offer you goods at such prices that we Are mighty sure you cannot afford to go elsewhere Only at a financial loss to yourself. That is the Point for you to Sale. We have placed on our Circle counter our new line of embroidery on which we will make some spec iii prices for Early buyers. At 4c a Yard 100 Yards Nain Sook Cambric edgings and Inse sons Worth 63 4c. Atom 1,000 Yards Cambric Swiss and Nain Sook edgings and Inse sons Worth sae. At 1,500 Yards medium Width embroideries edgings and la versions in Cambric Muslin and Nain Sook Worth just received a Large line of machine Torchon laces that we offer at the Low prices of 5c, 8c, 10c, 15c, and 25c per one dozen Yards. Newest 1898 footwear May be found Here in extensive assortment. No need to take our word for this a glance at our window display will prove it and still More convincing evidence will be gained by asking one of our salesmen to show you some of the new things. Prices will be right and satisfactory As they always Are co. Dry goods co. Merchant s letter to or. Hartman i result it of tie Surji ical hotel. Rur Marshall is a neat Little City of 7.000 population in the state of Texas. Among its Many enterprising mer a giants is or. E. V. Wyatt. In a recent letter to or. Hartman. Or. Wyatt says 1 have been of hinted with la Grippe four times and the last time a worse than the first. I began to tinny after trying several remedies without any Relief that the disease could not be cured. Two years ago was the last time i had an attack of it. I decided to try pet Una and got six bottles. The first bottle i took did More Good than All the medicines i had taken before i recommend Peru a to All who Are suffering with any disease it is advertised to cure. T am Well and Stout now. I want everybody afflicted As i was to know of the wonderful merits of unless treated by , la Grippe leaves the system in a deplorable condition. It completely demoralized the nervous system deranged digestion and disturbs nearly every function of tie body. Peru a is i perfect for this condition. It is an admirable remedy for the after effects of la Grippe. For further testimonials see Book entitled Quot fact and faces Quot sent free by the Peru a drug manufacturing company Columbus Ohio. On the morning of feb. 20. 1895, i was sick with rheumatism and Lay in bed until May 2l9t, when i got a bottle of Chamberlain s pain Balm. The first application of it relieved almost entirely from the pain and the second afforded Complete Relief. In a Short time i was Able to be up a lid about , t. Moreaux Luverene Minim sold by Armstrong amp b Wank Williamsport Williamsport ind. T on Good roads. Vioney Tolan gov. Mount says lie Lias lately been studying the Road Laws j of Indiana and he is surprised at their defects and weaknesses. S he a fits the Road tax Over the state will amount to 15 cents on j the Hundred dollars valuation. We taxes on one billion three Hundred million dollars and that Means that we Are sup loosed to about two million dollars each year for Road re pairs. He does not believe that one half of this sum is sex j Pended As the Law supposes and the worst frauds Are Perpe s rated. He thinks the system that permits the one Hundred and fifty six millions of Railroad tax to be worked out on the a Road amounts to a fraud and very Little advantage to the Wagon i oads. He thinks the whole system of working out Road tax is j wrong and the Law ought to be changed to insure the use to a the Best advantage of every cent of tax that is paid. New Jersey and other states do this he says and he will recommend it to the next legislature. 1 1 Orick la is und la Psi Raies. I have plenty of Money both private and Eastern to loan on Good first real estate Mort gaga. No Gold clause note. No interest in Advance. No publicity. Privilege of partial payments. Money furnished promptly when titles Are Good. A new York society women Are going to have a Tea party in a tank. The ladies will Wear bathing suits of course and wind up the whole thing with a Bath All around. The Ohio negro who got .$2 for drinking ten glasses of whiskey in succession was Short sighted. He died but did t make Money enough to his funeral expenses. Sam Jones announces that he has withdrawn from the gubernatorial race in Georgia. Or. Jones very prudently pulled out just As soon As he found he was t in it. A Little social function at Moose Lake Montana saturday night where Wood alcohol punch was the favorite beverage has been followed by the customary funerals four in number. Oom Paul Kruger is booked to in veil a statue of himself at Pretoria j in the near future. He evidently j does t think there is much Satis faction in waiting for Prosperity to j build one s Monument. J it has been discovered that the j recent fatal fire in Pittsburg which j claimed a half dozen victims was caused by an explosion of whiskey. What sort of stuff do i Raizik Leslie s i popular april. Monthly for bicyclists everywhere will be interested in the article on the league of american wheelman which appears in the april number of Frank Leslie s popular monthly in the same number senator James h. Kyle has an article on Quot the statesmen of Jackson s period Quot being the sixth paper in this Magazine s series on Andrew Jackson. This also is profusely illustrated. The Island of Martinique is interestingly described by Julius g. Tucker u. S. Consul at that place. The great interest displayed in tie Alaska Gold Fields make particularly timely and attractive the paper on Quot Gold mining in British Columbia Quot which treats the subject from a geological As Well As practical a standpoint. Other interesting articles j Are a a the coastguard of England Quot j Quot at the foot of the pyrenees Quot Mary de Morgan and Quot april fool s Leslie a publishing House n new York. $500 at 6 per cent interest $500 at 7 $1000 at 6 $1000 at t $2000 at 6 $3000 at 6 $5000 at 6 $10000 at 6 owing to Long experience in the loan business and familiarity with the comity. I can furnish you Money on better terms than any broker in this or adjoining counties. Don t be persuaded by agents that you can get Money any cheaper than i quote. You can t do it. Come and see before making your loan. I will cheerfully assist you. O. L. Inks. =, ind. Dentist it. Ivl. John d. D. S. Special attention to the preservation of the natural Teeth. Pai Alesh extracting by the Best and most approved local anaesthetics. West Lebanon every wednesday. Home office in Hanly Block. Bladder troubles. Alban Leal of West who has just died was old for forty five years those Pitts he was the sep ton and Gravedigger burgers drink anyway ? Columbus Alexander who has just died at the age of 51 years in Alexandria va., was one of the four jurors who stood out for the acquittal of John h. Surratt charged with participation in the assassination of president Lincoln. The dauntless has succeeded in Landing 700,000 bullets in Cuba for the use of insurgents. It is hoped that the cubans will part with them at the earliest moment possible. They will be of Little value unless properly distributed. I Llo Sophy. O f making pills there is no end. Every Pill maker cays Quot try Pill Quot As if he were offering you a Bonbon. The Wise Man finds a Good Pill and Sticks to it. Also the Wise Man who has once tried them never forsakes Carter s Cascara pills. Once tried they become the favorite cathartic and family Medicine. They win favor everywhere. Be sure to get Carter s Cascara pills. Price 25 cents. For Sale by Armstrong amp Swank druggists. Of the old Birmingham meeting House of that town which was used As a Hospital after the Battle of Brandywine. In this there i More Catarrh Section of the country than All other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great Many years d doctors pronounced Ita local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constr Tationa disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall s Catarrh. Cure manufactured by amp co., Toledo Ohio is the Only constitutional cure in the Market. It is taken internally in Desea from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and raucous surfaces of the system. They offer one Hundred dollars for any Case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address j. F. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. Sold by druggists 76c. Hall s family pills Are the Best. The bladder was created for one i purpose namely a receptacle for the 1 urine and As such it is not liable to any form of disease except by 5ie of two ways. The first Way is from imperfect action of the kidneys. Chester pa., i the second Way is from careless a genuine a local treatment of other diseases. Sample sent free. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder troubles. It is comforting to know that or. Kilmer s swamp Root fulfils every wish in quickly curing bladder and urinary corrects frequent Calls inability to hold urine and scalding or stinging pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or Beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up Many times during the night to urinate. The mild and extraordinary effect of or. Kilmer s swam Root is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a Medicine you should have the Best. At druggists fifty cents and one Dollar. You May have a Sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail upon receipt of three two cent Stamps to cover Cost of postage Oil the bottle. Mention the review and Send your address to or. Kilmer amp co., Binghamton n y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee tie Geo ireae of this Oser. Ite a a nov to i , in of

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