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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - October 7, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana A ii. / a i review. O a 1?devoted to the interests of find of Loren county. % vol. , Waken county la a dials a thit Buday october 7, 1897. Us Bill 41. A hon. J. Frank Hanly foe the u. S. Senate. Or. Hanly s friends Here Are delighted to know that he has consented to be a candidate for thi United states Senate to succeed senator tui pie. For several Mont lis his friends including May of the leading politicians of the state have been urging him to Jermit them to press his claims for that place. Las week matters became so shaped that it was necessary fur him to either be or not be a candidate. After very carefully consider ing the conditions and prospects or. Hanly consented that the papers announce him As a candidate. Warren county and her people Are proud of Hanly a because a claim him. It was in this county that he landed a ragged hungry penniless boy of fourteen years poor in everything but brains integrity and undaunted courage. I was Here among Wiir be Ojile that he Laid hold of every Opportunity that presented itself. He employed his time at All kinds of work and studied All kinds of Good books never Idle. We saw him transformed from that boy into what he is today a scholar a profound Law yer a statesman and an orator without a Superior in the state of Indiana. No Man in Public life in Indiana today has won his place against such adversities As has or. Hanly. Ten years ago with his own hands he was making tile drains for the Farmers of this county and ii. School season he taught school. H was never ashamed or afraid to Dot whatever presented itself provided it was honest honorable and elevating. In 1884 he began his career As a political orator and he has Ever since rapidly grown in popularity until today he is acknowledged to be the equal of any political orator in tie state. We have tried him in Many capacities a As a citizen As a Christian As a teacher As a lawyer and As a statesman and he has never betrayed a Trust but has always filled our most a Siguine Hopes and expectations. In 1890 we elected him a member of the state Senate and by his course there we Learned that he was a Wise Law maker. In 1894 the republicans of the old ninth District sent him to Congress and by the masterly manner in which he filled that place we now know him As a statesman worthy any political Trust. Few men Ever entered Congress who in a single term created As Strong and favourable an impression As he and now the demand for his candidacy for the United states Senate comes from All parts of the state and from the very Best people. The Republican press of this congressional District is a unit for him. The masterly Campaign he made throughout the state in 1896, has made his name a household word in every family of Indiana. He is a Man with a wonderfully Well developed and Well trained mind full of Power and Manly vigor. He is a Republican because he has Faith in the principles of that party. He is in touch with the people. Should he be successful there will be no Mau in the Senate closer to the hearts of his constituents or More eager to serve them Well. The review is sincerely glad to be allowed the privilege of presenting the claims of such a saudi Date and every citizen in Warren county should feel a sense of Pride and gratification that one so near to us is knocking at the door o the United states Senate and we should see to it that men Are sen to the legislature who will be Able to press or. Hanly s candidacy to a successful termination. It is exceedingly Gratifying to the review to see How cordial the press of the state is receiving the announcement of his candidacy and we have every reason to be Lieve that Fairbanks arid Hani will represent Indiana in the u. Senate on and after March dts 1899.local news. The october term of District court quot opens next monday. J. B. Dennis has moved into the Pomeroy property on Center st. See the regal Peninsular King of base burners at Luppold amp bro lie s.41-tf shoes neatly repaired at the Gem. Prices resonable. Be. A. Biggs Williamsport try a regal Peninsular base Burner. It will warm the whole House. Luppold amp Broadie. The repairs on the Excelsior Are completed and every the Covington Friend Man is probably one of the newspaper Fellows who Calls himself a better get into the newspaper business and find out what is going on. Hon. J. Frank Hanly is a candidate for the u. S. Senate. _ 12 boxes matches 10 cents. At l. A. Sailor s. Thing is again in full operation. When Here attending court next week remember that the new Falls House is the place to Stop. First class accommodations. The Pine Village news Figi ires out a population of 500 for the Village including quot Oklahoma quot ind quot Stringtown quot two suburbs. Mrs. S. C. Butt has purchased Iier new full Stock of millinery and is now ready to show All the latest styles direct from the Eastern markets. Mrs. Abraham Marlat will improve her property at the Corner of Monroe and ., lately purchased and will occupy it As soon As ready. Bettie Luppold is Selling everything in Wool dress goods at one third and one fourth less than the regular Price. For bargains our dress goods. See tax paying time is at hand and treasurer Sherier and his Deputy a a treasurer Fleming will be kept Busy throughout the month. Under the Law the first monday in next month will be the last Day on which taxes May be paid without the penalty attached. Anyone having Colts to break see Elias Schlosser. Marion Giles of hoops on who stole a wheel in Attica and has been confined in jail at Covington for some time has been tried and sentenced by judge Robb to three years in the Penitentiary. Written guarantee with every Peninsular stove. Luppold amp bro die. 41-tf the Man wearing other people s clothing compared to Weber s make is As the Rosebush without its Flower compared to the Bush in full Bloom. If you d be As Bright As Gay and As much a favorite As the Rose patronize Weber the Attica Mercha it tailor. A handsome Booklet has Joist been issued by the Indiana Mineral Springs co., entitled quot the Magno mud cure and Lithia water giving new and interesting facts concerning Warren county s famous resort. Bettie Luppold is closing out a lot of flannels in stripes and checks at about half Price. An epidemic of Treasury shortages has again struck the state. Investigations Are going on and the discovery is made that the treasurers of Montgomery and Elkhart counties Are each Short Many thousands of dollars in their accounts. After Jerry Simpson has taken to a frock coat and Ben Tillman Riding in a tall Yho it May be even possible that a Kentucky Man invented a water filter. Veedersburg will hold a Street air thursday Friday and saturday oct. 21, 22 and 23. It is announced that governor mount will be present one Day. Boots for men boys and Lubber boots boots and shoes and of Wear of every description. 3oots and shoes repaired. Go to e v. Biggs Williamsport Indiana. Notice e. L. Hottenstein s new advertisement in this Issue. He Las aside from his regular advertisement a special for this week leaded quot stove read it carefully. A pumpkin pie social was held by the methodists in the opera ii ouse Block tuesday evening. The affair was Lai gely attended and netted the Church quite a sum f Money. The attention of attorneys Aroris witnesses and everybody attending court next week is called to the fact that you can secure first class accommodations at reasonable rates at the new Falls House. The review and the Toledo weekly Blade both one year for $1.25. L. R. Mccormick for Many years at the head of the advertising department of the Lafayette daily Call is now advertising manager of the Tribune at Indianapolis. Or. Mccormick is one of the most successful advertising men in the state. This year s crop of dried fruits on hands. Examine . A. Sailor. The Case of William Ritey administrator of the estate of David Hatton is. The Wabash railway company a suit for damages pc the killing of Hatton was sent to this county from Tippecanoe county last Friday by judge Taylor on a petition for a change of venue. See Bettie Iju Pold for Wool Ress goods at half Price for school r the new advertisement of Geo. Stump jr., Ivill be of interest to anyone wanting a heating stove Ange or desiring to investigate the matter of Furnace heating. George will now be found at his new location in the Chambers Block with a Complete line of hardware of All kinds. The famous Parrott and tag Art crackers in Stock try them at Sailor s. _ the latest last Fri instantly killed. Prices very reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed in millinery at the store of mrs. S. C. Butt. The Purdue foot Ball season was opened last saturday with a game Between the Illinois Normal team and Purdue resulting in defeat of the former score 28 to 0. Purdue plays Oberlin Ohio next saturday. In this game they go against a Strong team. The regal Peninsular base Burner uses less Coal than any other stove on Broadie. Earth. Luppold amp Williamsport and Covington will in a few weeks have direct Telephone connection with a Metal in circuit. Work is now in Progress on the Covington end Anc will soon begin from this end. The lines meet at Portland. The Wabash company is making a move in the right direction by restoring their former employees to their old positions who were blacklisted after the great a. R. U strike in 1894. As fast As the Are needed the old men will take their positions. Rev. We. Wilmer who has been unable to attend to his ministerial duties for a number of weeks on account of the injury he received at Cincinnati in a runaway Accident was Able to preach in Attica last sunday and will Hole services Here next sunday morning and will fill his regular appointments hereafter. Another slugging match is to be pulled off at Covington sunday october 24. It s to be no Hay mow affair either the purse being $600. Covington will in time gain sufficient notoriety to be selected As a place of meeting for some of the stars in the profession. For the Best shoes and shoe mending in fact All sorts of shoo business Call at the Gem. E. A. Biggs proprietor. Avi ulam Evans one of the ii est known Farmers and citizens of the county meets death in a Skumway Accident monday. Monday afternoon about one o clock we. Evans who resided five Miles North West of West Lebanon who had been to town with a Load of apples left for Home. When he reached the Point on the Road where the new Bridge is being put in across mud run As he was i iving around along the track made for that purpose his team a spirited one. Became frightened and started to run. Soon after they started some part of the harness gave Way and the Wagon Tongue dropped and striking an obstacle broke and the piece run into the Groin a causing the Wagon to be thrown up and to one Side and or. Evans was thrown violently to the ground Landing on his head. People who were near by and witnessed the Accident rushed to his assistance but were horrified to find that he had passed beyond the reach of human Aid. By the fall his neck was broken resulting in instant death. Or. Evans was the father of prof. Evans principal of the West Lebanon schools and a brother of Harry Evans trustee of Jordan township. William Evans had been a resident of this county for Many years. He lived in what is known As the Evans settlement one of the richest sections of the county. He was president of the Warren county Farmers association. His sudden and tragic death will be deeply deplored by All who knew him. The funeral occurred at the Jordan Church at 2 p. M., yesterday. The remains were Laid at rest in the Jordan cemetery. New Telephone tank. A Klondike social is one was Given in Attica Day night by the chistian Endeavor about 150 guests being present. A room was fitted up in representation of a Gold mine. Real water was used in washing out imitation nuggets a Sluice ran through the room and every thing was made a o resemble As realistically As possible a Gold Field. The miners were All dressed in furs. See mrs. S. C. Britt in the Chambers Block for the latest and choicest in millinery. Leopold Nierman the popular and efficient merchant tailor at la Fayette takes a space in the review. Ask a neatly dressed Williamsport Man wearing a tailor made suit who his tailor is and he will reply quot Leopold he is a great advertiser patronizing not Only Lafayette newspapers but Many of the Best ones in surrounding towns and he is known far and wide As the b just tailor in this part of the state. Go and see or. Neirman at his store on fourth-st., just opposite the Post office in Lafayette. Bettie Luippold is Selling hats at remarkably Low Price this season. The bargains will Surprise you. Remember that Fullenlove amp Nehrig Are prepared to do Wagon and Carriage repair work of All kinds. A. S. Peacock is now postmaster of Attica. This is al s second turn at the wheel and he finds that Uncle Sam s business has materially increased in the last few years. No kick coming about this appointment unless it be the other fellow who wanted the place. Millinery and dry goods opening at Bettie Luppold s oct., 8tii and 9th. Goods just received from Chicago. 40-2 an interesting feature of our advertising columns this week is the dry goods talk by Charles Zeigler at the head of Page sis. Or. Zeigler is one of the kind of business men Avo believes that keeping everlastingly at it brings Success. The Well known Zeigler store is gaining in popularity Day by Day under his management. Personal. George Gemmer was at Home Over sunday. C. H. Porch made a business trip to Lafayette monday. Frank Welch made a business trip to st Louis and saw the fail. Thos. C. Winks and family of Toledo Ohio Are Here on a week s visit. Miss Lena buckles of Attica visited miss Lula Statzell in this place sunday. Thomas Hamilton left time Day for st Louis where he will remain for a few weeks. Miss Pearl Martin of Covington is the guest of miss Eva Lincoln this week. Mrs. G. H. Porter visited her sister mis. Theodore Brant in Attica monday. A. J. Iva Emlein of Monroe reached Here tuesday and has taken a position in the review office. Miss Agues Pummell and miss. Nellie Dennis of Attica were calling upon friends in this place wednesday. Or. J ones of Carbondale was in Logansport and Winamac monday and tuesday. The latter named place is his former Home. Elisha Westfall of Newtown and miss Lutie Nelson of West Lebanon were married at the Home of the Bride last evening at eight. Mrs. Elias Haines has stored her household goods and leaves today for Colorado Springs Colorado where her daughter mrs. Fred Holtz is living. We. Yeagy was Here from Lafayette visiting his grand Mother mrs. Sarah m. High Over sunday. His wife is Here and will remain Williamsport is the place and Fullenlove amp Nehrig Are the men who will do any kind of Wagon or Carriage work. Satisfaction guaranteed. It pays sometimes to let by private contract rather than accept the lowest bid. Commissioners of Tippecanoe county decided to improve the court House by putting in a lot of filing cases. Specifications were prepared and in due time three propositions were submitted As follows st. Louis Art medal co., $2,937.-50, Chicago specially co., 2,675.25, Geo. D. Barnard co st. Louis $2,750.00. Commissioners decided that it was a Pool bid so they rejected All and succeeded in closing a private contract paying $1360 for the same work that the lowest bidder in the Pool asked $2,675.25 for. A net saving of $1315.25. Pays to be Alert now a Days. There is nothing too Rich for the Farmers of Warren county. Of course they All have their Fine horses and carriages and they can easily and quickly reach their trading Point Over the Fine roads but they do not always desire to drive to town so Many of them have telephones and when they want anything they Call up the people they want and make of their orders same As town people do. John w. Rhodes Melvin Akers and John Graham All Farmers residing four to five Miles North o Rainsville have determined to live the use of a Telephone so they have closed a contract with Jen Messner to build a line 17 Miles Long to connect them with the Williamsport circuit. It Wil be the Bridge system and the bes built toll line in the county work will begin on the line nex monday and it will be ready to operate within ten Days from tha time As a Large Force of men will be employed. When completed Williamsport will have direct connection with Rainsville. Oakly Bright living one and one half Miles North of the Brisco school , is Likely to arrange to get on the new line. Or. Messner is ready to build and equip toll lines at any time and will do the work sati fact orally and quickly. A s. Peacock since being installed As postmaster at Attica has found it necessary to make a change in the management of his newspaper interests and the daily news of monday announced that Walter s. Thompson late of the Wabash daily and weekly Tribune had been engaged As assistant manager of the daily news and would also have authority to make contracts for both the news and Ledger. From Here Long about two weeks longer. T. A. Clifton was Over Covington yesterday enough to say quot Tom is looking Well and he says the Republican is prospering. C. A. Helwig of Brookston came Here last saturday to see his Mother who has been sick for some time. When he left for Home yesterday she was much improved. Link Messner goes to Chicago to Day to Purchase a new fifty drop switch Board for the Telephone line. The new Board will be placed beside the one now in use a one Hundred drop. Miss Louise held returned last saturday from an extended visit with her Sisters residing near Rossville Illinois. She was accompanied Home by a sister mrs. Prather who is now Here on a visit mrs. Val Correll who has been visiting her daughter at Toledo for ten weeks returned Home last monday. While there she was taking treatment with a leading physician of that City and is much benefited thereby. The Goodland Herald of last saturday contained a Cut and description of a handsome business Block just completed there. It is 50x100 feet and two stories High. The lower floor is occupied by a dry goods House and to in second floor is the new Home of the masonic Lodge a portion being used for other purposes. An exhaustive article on fall and Winter styles will be found in this impression of the review together with an interesting item from Weber Attica s Foremost tailor telling you where to go to secure the Nob Biest and Best. This is practical talk for men who desire to be correctly tailored. It is interesting news and should be read by every body. Third Page

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