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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - September 8, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana The to / devoted to the interests of will a sport and of Loren county. Vol. Till. Williams poet Warben Colt to in a Dian a t Al september a 1�9�. Is umber 37.crowds at the circus. Fore Anglo and Sells brother s circus draws a big lot of people. Attica s streets were packed All Day the performance avas the a est that Lias been seen in this part of the country in Vears. Not less than 10,000 people. One of the biggest crowds that Ever visited Attica was there yesterday to see the big circus. Nobody has been found who is so conservative As to Price the crowd at 10,000, and Many estimated that 15,000 people were in town. Circus people Are of course inclined to exaggerate but they claim the canvass has a Cajda City for 15,000, but the big tent was filled any Way at the afternoon performance. The show trains consisting of fifty three sixty foot cars passed through Here Early in the morning in three sections the first passing about 5 o clock and the others following within a couple of hours. Several hours time was consumed in unloading and the usual crowd was present to witness the operation. It was a typical crowd that was on hand yesterday such As used to visit shows Twenty years ago. People walked up and Down the Street slowly aimlessly All anxious to see All that was to be seen. On every Corner there were lemonade stands and sometimes two of them and for the first time in a number of years the Good old red lemonade of the first circuses appeared. There was quot Lemo Lemo five a Glass quot and quot All you can Trink for a Nickle quot All of it being a of a Quality which did not admit of question. The stands did a capital business one of the Best Indi cations possible that i Prosperity has certainly returned. The people had Money and they spent it. All morning the business houses were crowded with customers and the circus proprietors did not reap All the Harvest their show brought to town by a Good Deal. The dry goods stores enjoyed a Good Trade and the various restaurant confection eries and lunch counters and the saloons especially the latter were kept on the Rush in the Mornin a until by Sioon clerks bar tenders and waiters were glad of a Short respite. At about 11 15 the screeching of a steam Calliope the rattle of wagons and the bawls of the fellow who was crying the various attractions indicated t Aat the procession was coming. There was a crush for Good places on the curbing near the Edge of the Side walks and the up stairs windows of the buildings were quickly filled with men women and children. Every Street it traversed was lined with a eople. The Parade was a Good one. It was about a mile Long and As the wagons were close together the people had a Chance to see a big part of the show. The circus tents were pitched at the usual place near the Artisan Well. The location was far enough out that the Hack men had a Gooc. Opportunity to do business and i is probable they hauled out Almos half the crowd. Every Hack that went Down was crowded to its utmost capacity and the horses were kept on almost continual go from the time of Parade until after the close of the night performance. The crowds that attended the afternoon performance began to pour in a shortly after dinner and the men in the ticket wagons had their hands full waiting on them. In an hour the tent was crowded Anc All the seats were occupied. The show was fair throughout but the trained sea Lions Madam Yucca the Strong woman the fam ily of acrobats consisting of father Mother and two Little Daugh ters the High dive and the races attracted the greatest attention and received the loudest applause. The acrobatics throughout were Fine. The crowd in attendance at the night performance was vastly smaller than the one present in the afternoon. The Reserve Section was less than half full and Only a Small percentage of the unreserved seats were occupied. The performance at night was similar to the one in the afternoon and was Only fair throughout. Both performances were clean and unobjectionable in every respect put a Good Many i eople think it was not the Best show they Ever saw. Eing wild Kumous. A of the Attica Leirer in its anxiety to quot Fiu i a quot Uli Kos some a n1 a a Reiniks. Ling Brothers is Way ahead of it. The latest fad in society circles is the quot Hobson kiss. Quot we Klondyke where have heard that name before ? last monday was labor Day and a great Day it was in the cities. A sewing machine to sell or Trade for Wood. Call at this office. Some writer on the Attica Ledger seems to construct items based on Idle Rura or that read As though based upon facts. A week or two ago the writer the marriage of our townsman w. C. Smith president of the quot Warren co Siuty Bank stating that the mar and taken place hero the iii a later is sue referred to the the meetings at Lincoln school House continue with a Good degree of Stic Cess. The Community has been aroused and a number of persons have been converted. Ing nage evening be l Ore. A sixty gallon gasoline or Oil tank for Sale at this office. Will Trade for Wood. They say Uncle Sam has fallen in love and that his love is reciprocated. He can Havana at any time. The late sex governor Matthews carried s-15,000 life insurance Iree policies of 810,000 each and a reef 85,000. A Large number of people Lefi Lere saturday and sunday for 3incinnati, most of them residents in surrounding towns and in the country. About thirty tickets were sold from this Point. Schoonover amp Borders have extensive contracts for the construction of Concrete Walka at a Ossville which they have been working on or some time and they will to kept bus till the close of the season. Fifteen head of cattle were recently stolen near Crown poi it and driven to Hammond where they were sold to a packing com Dany for 8964. The thieves were probably the same who stole seventeen head near West Point and sold them at Lafayette. Robert and Charley Hall received a Telegram from Homer 111., stating that their Cousin Edward Hall was dangerously ill. They Eft monday to see their sick relative. Or. Hall served in the War of the rebellion As 1st lieutenant in the 5th Illinois ree Imet. The lodger again matter by saying it was j a Porter one Day last week on Luil a eared to Veti Good ant Hority that Bill Smith a wealthy old Bachelor of Williams port Zirul Coniti fitted Matrimony. It a be irs that no protocol Between Lum Solf and the lady mentioned had been signed and further that to has no idea of taking unto hit sell a half. A few Days Befi ire the Jii mor started Bill had pure Hai de a liar isome mahogany l e j. Ixia ii suite and during his absence it arrived at the furniture store and was viewed there by Nunie Roua old maids who suspected Bill of trying to Worl a on Thern so they lilo unlit they would beat him at his oven game and circulated the report of his wedding a Hile he was absent in clinical of on ids return lie was toll All about his wedding and con i at nations fell thick and fast. Be stain Ped tie Rura or As a base i Abri cation a ind when he returned to set u the cigars on the strength i of it is friends were Convis Licet that the Rumor was false. Triese references made to or Smith Are True except in the following particulars or. Snaith ii not married neither does he Cou tinplate Conuis Pitini. Matrimony he left Here about the first of August Anil has not yet returned consequently has not been Here to receive Ca grated tons to deny the charge nor refuse to quot set pm he went direct to Detroi and is on ext suied tour of the Ivor Sherii lakes instead of going t it Chicago. A he bed room set re feared to was Pui chased for a wed Ding present but not by or. Smith the Only truth Lui statement made by the Ledger is that quot a. C Smith is a wealthy old Bachelor o grocery store Carbondale has a new advertisement in Liis Issue. Here is the Olace where the store keeper meets the House keeper in a Avay hat makes the meeting Money making to Vou. A of Kimok a Vakkas . County Man Edwin j. Forest of Crown Point a member of the democratic state Central committee and John loss candidate for Congress from this District were Here monday. It is understood that the gentlemen decided that the democrats would be unable to carry this county at the approaching election. The new fall announce rent of Thomas Hemphill and brother appears in this Issue of the review. It is Worth while to remember that we always have what we advertise and always do what we say never mislead or disappoint. We understand that truth is one of the three essential Points in an and being truthful is the second and telling the truth is the third. While the City papers at the wholesale centres Are telling about the dealers employing their help Day and night to wait on the army of customers that Are pouring into the cities from All Points of the Compass the democrats Are meeting in convention in various states and declaring in their platforms that times Are disastrous and the country is suffering under be Publica Rule. Has been engaged approaching meet judge Labbo address the it it a the Warren county Attalio to be held at Pine Yil age a week from next saturday at the big a Bank 1,observations. Not intended As smart is icings but we i Mijc worthy your perusal a shot gun is no preacher it always has something to it designs its charge. But say Harvey keys who was in town tugs in brought in a simple of his year s Corn Liat a Vas very me ears Large and a Ell tilled out. The Sample represented about the run of be is Maisti a Little Patch of 900 acres his year. Warren county Bank re Jolo of the the a Darren county cei Ved the it ier Day Lew War iinds of their Chase and Thev i Ive if boys Avert As economical with shoe leather As they Are with soap some fathers could get a few dollars ahead. A Man never knows How exciting a tug of War is until he is at one and and a dentist at the other with ills wife As referee. Bert Statzell has taken a position with John a Judy. He began work monday going to Lafayette with or. Judy to assist in some work there this week. Bert will be used As a Handy Man. To be sent anywhere at any time. Hon. E. D. Crumpacker opened his Campaign in the 10th District at Wheeler Porter county last a ening. Ite will visit every town of importance throughout the District and fill in the time from now until the poles close in november 315 a horned Beetle can carry times its own a eight and a dead beet la carry 1000 times his own weight if to can get it paying for it. Without it is not the greatest a of Chas Taylor a brother in Law of a. E. It Ilson is Here on a two weeks visit. Or. Taylor was Bor in Steuben township and reside quot in Vair in county until 18s-1 when he went to Kansas Liere he has since resided. To is located it. Scott and represents the King co., of Harvey Illinois. Or. Taylor s regular territory is in Kansas but he has been operating in North Dakota tin s season and has just returned from there. He says his company has had a very successful year Selling More machines for Cash and making More satisfactory settlements than Ever before All of which goes to Shou an improved financial condition. Another Pointer he gives us. He says a Kansas will go Republican this fall. Quot it has been eight years since he visited a Williamsport and he is much surprised at the marked improvements that have taken place in the town. Own Pur received several thousand dollars purchased for Custo ners. Clicks for the interest is forwarded with each lot. Bath tubs Ira Aiichi Wash stands hydrants Street a skiers Gas pipe water fronts for stoves i Ess Vire oilers plumbers it tins of All iinds Plani Bing and systems it in. Call a iii Ste in Hottenstein s hardware evil Iam sport ind. A Regii iii of the hic Maii Annily bras hell in the Maple prove a Iho old Homestead West of Wint Litrop last . There were nearly a Hundred people pre but Frank Adair went oat wit ii his big camera and secured a Fine View of those present. I change of venue Case a is brought from Independence to Tom Powell s court we Erin Ernest Mcgahan was charged wit ii assaulting James Lake. A trial by Jniya resulted in the Dis or the defendant. It seems Liat the Jurj took it to a Case or assault and nobody hit. Clias Zeigler has another chapter of a continued Story in Thini Issue. His narratives relating to style Pality and Price arc intensely interesting Reading. Here you learn Liow fashion and goodness is set flying and for less Money Tiia a you Ever dreamed would secure the ind Wiio sees most More in a half a oilers a ill in a so Niev ill learn More from the daily perusal of a Penny paper than others will in read Muir a whole traveler some will see mile walk than trip to Europe. The Boston port secured 11 Orar v. Just before you take your advertisement oat of the paper Stop and reflect a moment upon the fact that Noah advertised years Lei Ore the show came but when it did crowd was Price Lor persistent appear to pay 120 off the any even standing room. Advertising pays. Elegance. Of Ouk Laid wok Day Parade. The Stone cutters employed at our quarries to the number of about Twenty attended the labor Day festivities at Danville monday. On returning in the evening they in arched up Monroe Street to the Boston store and Back to the Wabash track where they disbanded. Hetfield Long k. Of p. Newtown captured a $200 prize at the late National at Indianapolis so last saturday evening they celebrated the Victory. About four thousand people were entertained and visiting members from nearly All the towns in Fountain and adjoining counties were present. On Friday night a House belonging to Freemont James located on his farm three and one half Miles Northeast of Independence was destroyed by fire. The House was vacant at the time As the family Are now living at Independence and knew nothing of the fire until o saturday. It is supposed to be the work of incendiaries. A Hen walking the floor at Midnight with a Colicky baby in his arms a Man Steps on the business end of an u turned tack and does not Render the atmo3j Here somewhat of pique and sulphurous in that Vicinity he May in openly claim a seat among those who ii e greater than he who con quo eth a not Ai i iii o at a of quot that a Prophet is without hot it nor save in Liis own country quot has been forcibly demonstrated in Fountain county of late in the Case of Frank Nave. Last year he exhibited his Herd of Hereford cattle at the Covington fair and was turned Down by a lot of envious pig headed judges who probably knew about As much about cattle As a a a a spaniard knows about the vastness and magnitude of our Cou Witry. Last week the same lot of cattle captured the first prize at the new York state fair. Next week they Are at India tui Polis and from there they go to the Illinois state fair and alien to Omaha adhere they compete for the world s Nirize. In every line it is the same. Business and men Farmers and Stock raisers who Are up to Date and enterprising Are Seldom appreciated at Home few of their neighbors can see anything in them to Admire at least not until some stranger comes along and Points out the men who Are valuable to the Community in which they reside and who should receive the encouragement of their neighbors. T. E. Stewart who is editing the commercial at Danville 111., Speaks of the compositor on that paper As quot the lightening manipulator of the silent messages of the commercial. Quot quot lightening manipulator of the silent that s Good Tom. Store of Williams the contract last week to furnish Pritchett s new hotel in Attica with carpets curtains Etc. This is a Nice contract running into hundreds of dollars. The Boston is forging to the front at All times and is fast becoming one of the leading stores in this part of the state. Frank Sorrels of West Lebanon has purchased a half interest in the Republican at Oregon 111., Frank is a first class Printer and All around newspaper Mau and his new location is said to be very promising. He is succeeded As Foreman of the Gazette by s. G. Pomeroy who is said to be a Good Printer and was at one time connected the review. Eve. Bentley left tuesday for Plymouth ind., to attend m. E conference which Convene y ter Day. The cuu Ridi aral outsiders who co j support of the singly anxious thin Ley sent Here Ane v o. Bentley himself is also Sirous of remaining with u. Is asked for at More in e a a. A places Hov Ever and it is Lik. Liat Strong pressure will to brought to Bear upon the matter so Williamsport people May not have the pleasure of listening to him another twelve months. Interesting Jim Warrick says that he has finally closed out All rights in the United states for the manufacture of his Corn huskers realizing $200,-000 for the rights and that the company is to Cash the Lafayette Deal making $282,000 in All. He says that the Deal was consummated at Terry haute Friday night and that All Money will to paid Over to fore the end of this month. Or. Warrick has had a hard struggle the boys wore their Little regulation aprons and badges and pre in getting his invention upon the seated a Nice appearance As they Market and it is to to hoped that marched along. This Deal is All right. White in the names in i preparing the copy for new tele Ihone directory names of Elisha Briggs Albert Brier were left out so company asks subscribers the the and the a to write the no. G9 and Albert lis. Elisha Briggs Brier no. 28 do it kit it now. Don t put it off. Get your base Burner blackened and repaired before cold weather. Lean get you any repair for any stove. Get your heating stoves repaired now. Blacking enamel stove knobs Mica everything in the stove line at Hottenstein s hardware. Williamsport ind. Matter now fall goods at special rices will be found at the head of Pago eight. If you buy for Cash you naturally look for the store with _ the Best values. Not the Midwest priced goods it has been proven Over and Over again that it is poor Economy to buy a cheap article. It has always been this store s policy to sell a Good article at a reasonable Price and to never knowingly handle trashy and unreliable stuff. On this basis coupled with our Iron Clad one Price Cash Selling j. Frank Mcdermond solicits your business. Judge Mccabe has been confined to his Home for forty about Days and has been wrestling with a severe Case of dysentery or flux his flesh is considerably reduced he has probably lost fifty pounds in weight but at no time has he been unable to transact business or to set at the table and partake of nourishment but the Attica Ledger monday stated that he was in a dangerous condition and that sunday his condition was so critical that three doctors were in attendance at his bedside. It seems strange where such information could come from As there has been no consultation of doctors As the Ledger item would indicate and there is nothing alarming in his Case. The judge s youth and vigor he says he is Twenty eight will pull him through All right and by oct. 1, he will be taking frequent walks to town before six o clock a. M. As has been his habit

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