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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - May 12, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana Devoted to the interests of Willil sport find Wrt Rren county. Vol. , Ava Brex coup is to Madlana May 12, 1898. Nth Mabeb 20. Dewey s splendid Victory. That was a splendid Victory that Commodore Dewey won in the Harbor of Manilla. It was pre a wisely what everybody acquainted with history acquainted with a character of the spaniards and of the americans and possessed of a tolerable knowledge of the changes of the navies of the world within the last few years expected. It was the expected that happened. It was the Only thing that could happen when an american with blood of the color of Commodore Dewey a backed and supported by american sailors american ships and the love and admiration of a United Liberty Loving people fighting in the cause of humanity and civilization met the subjects of a decadent Monarch sailing in old fashioned ships supported Only by poor marksmanship and cowardice on Board and ignorance Aid imbecility at Home. And yet it was a great and splendid achievement. It will rank the Quot hero of Manilla Quot in history with England s Nelson and with our own Lawrence Perry Hull Mcdonough Porter and Farragut. There were Many things against Commodore Dewey. He was in the Harbor of the enemy subjected to the fire of the enemy s batteries on land As Well As on sea. He was thousands of Miles from his base of supplies. Defeat for him meant destruction. He had no place to retire for re pairs or for Protection. His nearest Coaling station was the Ocean. It was a desperate and a dangerous Enterprise undertaken. With heroic daring and a com of polished with consulate bravery and skill. The country to Day takes oif its hat to the grand old 1 Ero of Manilla Commodore Dewey. Polly Flipps and Lilda Toots a the opera House on the 17th. Spring movers and everyone cleaning House should Bear in mind that to prevent disease the Walls of the House should be cleaned and to do so they should be covered Over with some of Armstrong amp Swank s Fine Wall paper. Some of these Young Fellows of slight physio ii and the odor of perfume have nerves of steel and Muscles of brass and some of them who in the opinion of their sires Aren t Worth killing May develop into men of mental grasp and determination enough to overturn the world. This seems to be a War of magnificent distances. Read the new announcement of m. E. Taylor the Pine Village hardware Man. The ladies Aid society of the m. E. Church will give an entertainment the old maids Conven ion on the evening of the 17th of May. A commencement concert will be Given thursday evening. May 26. A chorus of 100 voices marches and drills will be some of the features. More announcements in our next Issue. The Lafayette convention. Cable advices from Madrid say that Quot the entire City laughed heartily at the bombardment of there was also a Little affair Over at Manilla the other Day which also was simply if a Boston contemporary is to be believed the Young ladies of that City Are Quot showing their patriotism by wearing red White and Blue the fellow that made that discovery must have been an Indian Ian they had to show him. The test Well being put in at the River for the water works is progressing slowly on account of the hard rocks Avrich necessitates some extra drilling. Up to this time the Well is 125 feet deep and the contractors will Drill until a Good Quality of water and an ample Supply is secured. John r. Hunter is preparing to improve his business property on Monroe Street. The building now occupied by his meat Market will be moved three feet to the South and placed on a Stone foundation and veneered with Brick. A new building will be erected Between this and the Reed building on the North. This will be quite an improvement for that part of town. It will pay you to tile away your Home Paier truly says an Exchange. No volume in your Library will afford you More pleasure More profit More lasting Benefit to your investment. It gives you dates of local events which you cannot produce elsewhere obituaries Legal notices Etc. In Short your paper is a history of that portion of the world Avrich you and your friends occupy. Came near j5eing killed. Sam Hunter came near being killed one Day last week. He is turning a Pool room and restaurant on the famous Midway in Attica a Tough place in the town and a fellow came into his place drunk and becoming abusive Sam attempted to put him out. Sam had the Best of the tussle and the wife of his opponent came to the assistance of her husband with a shot gun but just As it was discharged the first time someone threw it up so that the discharge entered the ceiling. A second discharge took effect on some outsiders but no one was injured. The woman was arrested and taken before the mayor who bound her Over under $400 Bonds to appear at next term of circuit court charged with shooting with intent to kill. The demonstration for the purpose of enrolling volunteers which was to be held Here saturday evening last at the court House was indefinitely postponed. The fair however took place at West Lebanon to give the Young men a Chance to put their names on the list. Senator Hanly was one of the speakers and Lieut. Storms drilled the boys. Six Brave Young men from that District put their names Down As willing to go to Cuba and fight the dons. A Man who stops his paper or refuses to advertise in it because there is something in it which he does not like should to be consistent get up and leave a hotel if he happened to discover on a Bill of fare something that did not suit his taste says an Exchange. He would be just As consistent in one act As he would in the other. A Good newspaper is a Bill of mental food for As Many tastes As possible and the Reader ought to know the article which does not suit him is perhaps just to the taste of nearly every other Reader of the paper. The convention held at Lafayette tuesday for the purpose of selecting a candidate to represent Tippecanoe and Warren counties in the legislature resulted in the Choice of Henry w. Marshall. From the beginning of his Campaign or. Marshall was an outspoken Hanly Man and he had Warren county with him As a second Choice in Case our own candidate Hon. Ele Stansbury failed in securing the nomination and after finding it impossible to secure his nomination seventeen of the Twenty votes were Given to or. Marshall thus ending the contest with the twentieth ballot the vote standing 42 for Marshall and 40 for Vater. In the organization of the con Jast mention our townsman attorney Chester g. Rossiter was selected As chairman. The Young Man filled this important position admirably and acquitted himself to the entire satisfaction of the members of the convention. Henry w. Marshall the nominee for joint representative is a son of or. And mrs. S. H. Marshall of Montmorenci and is 33 years old. He was born in Springfield Ohio and came with his parents to Tippecanoe county in 1871. He received his education in the township schools and at the Union business College in Lafayette. He became a resident of the City in 1886. He began his business career in Lafayette As an associate of r. L. Jaques in the Book and stationery business. Later he became identified with the Lafayette Bridge company and was president of the company for several ears. He is now engaged in manufacturing and has extensive arming interests. He is a shrewd politician and eminently qualified o fill the important position to which he aspires. Mrs. Avjean Dewey do pm he do pm up g0od indeed to goodness do he. The attention of Farmers and stockmen is called to the advertisement of Wilson Goodrick. See Bettie Luppold for Fine leghorn hats for children at 40 cents Aud nicely trimmed hats for ladies at $1.25. Several Young gentlemen of this City Are thinking of making a trip to Chattanooga tenn., on their bicycles some time in the latter part of june. We want to remind the married folks who feel so sorry for the old bachelors that bachelors Are not the i Only persons disappointed in love there Are As Many unhappy Mars red As there Are unmarried. this is no dream. It s no joke. S. C. Butt will sell her Stock of millinery at the very lowest Cash prices. Now is the time of get cheap trimmed hats As her business Calls her elsewhere. She will leave her millinery in charge of an experienced trimmer Anc sales lady to close out during the season at half Price. Chambers lock Williamsport ind. 18-3 burglary. The residence of John Stine Spring was entered into wednesday night by a burglar. He gained an Entrance through a Bay window using a Small limb of an Apple tree to prop up the window no noise of any kind was heard by any member of the family Ana when or. Stinespring got up in the morning he found his Fine $45 Gold watch missing and a Little Over $12 in Money also a valuable shirt stud. The watch was taken from a Vest pocket which he had hanging on a chair and the Money he took from his pants pockets. The pants and ves were found near the open window this morning. The culprit has not been found. A vui Strong amp Swank seem to have file Lead in the paint Trade in Williamsport it is reported from Good authority that they have sold three tons of their Good White Lead this Spring and painting has just begun it is because they give the Best Price. Williamsport girls Are for War and that too in spite of the fact that by it they run the Hazard of losing a sweetheart and that Congress has made their life additionally burdensome by imposing a tax of one cent on every five cent package of chewing gum. I hear that Brown has enlisted and Yone off to War. I should think that a Man who has a wife and thirteen children would stay at Home with them Quot that s exactly what s the matter. Going to War was his Only Chance to have any g?.aduating exercises of the District schools of Liberty and and Washington townships will take place at Carbondale saturday evening. May 28. A specially prepared musical program will be rendered aside from the regular graduating exercises. The naval views offered by the review Are works of Art. They Are Worth five times the Price asked and cannot be obtained direct from the publishers at less than fifty cents each. Obtained through the review they Cost you but 10 cents a copy. Thirty two pages in each number. The review desires to warn its readers against monkeying with War. It is dangerous and frequently fatal. We have known people to go where the War was who never came Back again. When War Breaks out in a neighbourhood the climate becomes unhealthy and the Heads of families go away for a season or perhaps two seasons. Grim visage War is full of terror Minie balls ricochets furloughs Armor plates reveille torpedoes dynamite and major generals any one of which is liable to take a Man old without a moment s warning. We knew a Man once Olio went to War just for the fun of the thing he said had no personal interest in it. When he came Home he had no ears Only half a nose one leg and one Arm. He must have been licked nearly to death. Who likes that kind of fun ? the itch would Amish More amusement with less danger. Again we warn our friends not to try to look the War in the Eye for it cannot be tamed in that Way. Its Teeth Are Sharp and its jaws Are Strong and it goes about like a roaring lion seeking whom it might devour. Don t think you Are going out for a play spell when you offer your services. Cash Sale. The undersigned will sell at auction for Keasli on saturday May 28th at 2 o clock 1 4-year old horse top buggy and harness. To be sold at the feed Yard in Williamsport. 20-13 Wesley Harper. Why Don t you Sailor s 25c Tea. Buy some of Bettie Luppold is having a Sale on fancy ribbons and ladies sashes at reduced prices. Kills lice on chickens kills lice on Colts and All fowls and animals or. Hess lice killer. Sold by e. L. Hottenstein. Report of truant oem cers. Announce hints of 31. E. Church. Class meeting at 9 30 preaching service 10 30. Morning Sermon will be directed More especially to the Church subject Quot Diligence in sunday school at 2 30. There Are always interesting topics besides the study of the lesson. At night the Epworth league will give a program entitled Quot lift special music will be rendered and the new officers will be installed. Notice. Township sunday school conventions will be held at the follow in places Warren township at Independence May 22, l898 Jordan at Hedrick May 22, 1898 Prairie at College Corner May 15, 1898 Kent state line May 15, 1898 Mound Benson Chapel june 5, 1898. The Public Are cordially invited to attend the several conventions and assist in the work. Otto ringer Sec. Of special interest to ladies. We Are now manufacturing our own line of Duck skirts crash Anc Marsailles skirts. Also shirt waists and wrappers. We guar Rantee a perfect and satisfactory fit. People who have bought our make of capes and skirts Are perfectly satisfied. Come and see the line whether you buy or not read our big and in this paper. Thos. Hemphill amp Buo Attica ind following is the number of pupils brought into school through he compulsory Law 1st District 45 2nd District 152 3d District 19. Total 216. A gentleman of experience says hat he cures a cold by merely eating a very Little dinner and at night takes nothing but a bowl of onions cooked As soft As they can be. Then going to bed he begins o perspire sleeps soundly till morning and then is a new Man without a Trace of cold which in cared for might have developed into a dangerous . Sunday at one o clock an alarm of fire caused considerable excitement in the North part of town. The i residence owned by de High and occupied by a Coal Miner named Kelley caught fire from a defective Chimney. The North Corner of the roof had started to Blaze when it was discovered but the prompt action of the neighbors and several of the firemen extinguished it in Short order Anc without doing much damage. Decoration Way exercises. The g. A. R. And All interested Are requested to meet at the Cour House on saturday May 14, at 7 o clock p. M., for the purpose o making arrangements for decoration Day exercises. Rev. L. C Bentley will deliver an address on sunday the 29th, at the m. E Church and judge j. Rabb will deliver the address at o clock at the court House on decoration Day. Com. G. A. R. Post. Try those Ivin s cakes at Sailor s. John Ammerman made a Busi a Ness trip to Chicago monday John of Judy and wife and twins Are visiting in Columbus Ohio. _ miss Bertha Gregory will give a recital at the music Hall at Green Castle ind., on tuesday May 17th. _. A full line of new silk and Wool dress goods just received at Bettie Luppold a including All the latest novelties. Popular prices. The Bugle Calls to Clear for action our flying Squadron Armstrong amp Swank Ca is your attention to the Wall paper they offer for 5 cents per bolts it is Fine Don t miss a bargain. The Telephone company is making improvements by setting a Large number of new poles putting up a Cable and otherwise preparing to extend their service. A Large number of new phones will be put in. People newspapers and nations usually get excited Over the wrong things. What a Row there was Over the yellow fever scare. Yet last year diphtheria carried off More people in Michigan than yellow fever did in the whole South. _ several weeks ago we made a statement in these columns that t. And d. W. Smith had joined he regular army at Indianapolis jut we have Learned since that hey have joined the Volunteer company of j. A Logan jr., and said company has not been mustered in As yet. Naturally with the reputation of 3harleb w. Zeigler for one of the Argest and Best stocks of dry goods m Attica people expect More of. Them than of anyone else. But we Are sure you have no Conception of the extent of the varieties the wealth of qualities the exclusive Ness of the styles that throng the counters this season. We sell the dest because we have Only the Best to sell. We sell lowest because we sell the Best. Sailor Sells perfection Oil at 10c. Bettie no the Williamsport Stone com-3any is very Busy now a Days a arge Force of men Are employed and Stone is being corded up to be used in filling their big contract while Many smaller ones Are re ing attention. There has been Stone shipped to Chicago yet 3ut a Large shipment will soon be made. _ Don t sell your Wool till you have consulted the Leader Covington Indiana. 19 3 have you noticed that Toile soap in Sailor s window�?4 bars for 25 cents. By e al on or. Hess lice killer sold l. Hottenstein kills lice kinds of animals. Be sure to see Bettie Luppold s new line of dress goods in the latest styles of silk and Wool novelties do not fail to see Angelina Elee Srafina Hyp Monostra Clark from Boston at the old maid s Conven tion at the opera House on the 17th of sunday services at the Christ Ian Church look for bargains at Luppold s bargain counter. Aye have made Covington the Best Wool Market in Indiana a the Leader. 19-3 Wall paper from 5 cents per Roll to si.00 per Roll at Armstrong amp Swank s. Call and examine and be convinced. Our War views. Sunday school at 9 00 a. M preaching at 10.30. Subjec Quot christs Christian Endeavor at 6 30 a m. Subjec Quot our bodies god s temples. Preaching at 7 30. Subject Quot the prodigal s this will be the second Sermon on the parable of the prodigal son. Special music appropriate to the subject will be rendered. You Are Welcome to these services. Preaching at 2 30 at the Lincoln school House. A portfolio of vje%v8 of the american Navy has been secured by the review iid will to offered to subscribers it one fifth regular Price. The review has just perfected arrangements by which it can furnish its subscribers with the most Beautiful Art portfolio of the Century at a very Low Cost. There Are sixteen reproductions in each part the size of each being 10xl4 inches. They Are superbly printed on enamelled paper and retail at 50 cents each. Under arrangements made by the review we can furnish to subscribers Only this wonderful work at the nominal Price of 10 cents for each part. There will be ten parts issued and they will embrace illustrations of the american Navy Hawaii and Cuba with full descriptive matter making it one of the most instructive publications Ever offered. We have Sample copies on hand and if you wish to take advantage of this remarkable offer you must do so at once As our contract with the publishers is limited to a certain number. Call and see a Sample copy or Send the amount for the number of parts you want at once to the review Williamsport ind. R i j so a r. A. A h a six to

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