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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - September 17, 1891, Williamsport, Indiana A a a Sest v a a a quot i Al Oulu loss l Ubibi share. A newspaper published in the interests of Williamsport and Warren county. Quot Home first the world $1.00 per a car. Vol. I. Williamsport Warren county Indiana thursday september 17, 189l number 3s. Wabash r. R. Time. Of no East it quot. A a n y. Kex. . To i .v�il.1 . In no iti i a. I "s, no. A i. It. A it a. I to 111 70. Quot my it 8 151111 Rhino West. No <>1 . . D 42p.m. No . In. A it iri. Kex a -4 at i. 77. Any iti New. 42.1 4-110 11111 top. Wabash Covington Branch. On Covi Tifton i if Trio trains grave aug chit . Quot a iii. T 11. In., Mill 6 4rip. M. A Ivo it 111. "0 . Bip17lop. M. Illinois Central r. R. Time. Not Toul bran h---\v2st Lebanon terminal . A a 2. Paul quot Al. 1 a m no. S. Cromi 12 is, Gol top West Noi . 2 2.ip in no.7. , pm Chicago Eastern Illinois r. R. C. T a. C. . Attica 12-15 p. In. A in.1 "0 p. Ill Goir. . 1 0 p. My m., 12 45 Rinc Vil iii in it it iii a quot p r 40 a. A . A i. M a ii it it ii a it p. M. 8 1 1 a i. M. L Uia 111. A bring your Job work to this office. A the re View from now until Jan. 1, 92, for Only Twenty Tyve cents. A Don t forget that school shoes a a an be tie Clie pest at j. M. Ilen Clemson s. A a Good big fire would be a Good big lesson for some of the Good big people of the Tom a. A the peace of Independence was disturbed saturday afternoon. Uncle Clem Watkins seems to have been in it. A or. 13oyer last a wednesday took Twenty seven varieties of Choice grapes from his Nursery to the Covington fair. A do not iet your dealer Palm something oif on you Liat ii claims is just As Good As the review Cigar. The extra profit on a cheaper Brand is Why he does it. A married at Attica sept. 15th, a i at tie lion of John Harvey by Kev. Am. Quot Kilvaer Charles l. Leeper and miss Rosa l. Merman both of Attica. A our subscription list still continues to grow. Ten new subscribers were added last saturday afternoon. It will not be Long until our list will be one thousand. Come in and count them. A the coloured help at the Springs has been discharged and White help has been employed in their place. The change was made on account of the number of complaints made of the coloured people. A mrs. Laughton daughter of Harrison Price living near the Hunter Springs died at her Home monday night. Knirs. Laughton was about Twenty four years old. The funeral services were held at the Church at Independence wednesday conducted by Rev. We. Quot Wilmer. A the amount of business done by the Warren county Bank is truly remarkable. September 7th their books showed that Over $30,000 had passed through the wickets. The Caslier was recently heard to remark quot we have More Money than we know what to do a a number of parties from old town have complained to us that they Are greatly disturbed at nights by thoughtless boys and Young men congregating at different places on the streets and singing swearing shooting and scuffling. These things Are doubtless done unthought edly and we Call attention to it in order to save the boys trouble. Don t you think for a moment that the Spring s interests Are dead. They Are not. You May Call it sleeping or what you will but not dead. The impulse was a grand one and the forces Are now quietly gathering for a new and greater Onward movement. No great Enterprise or achievement was never completed upon the first movements. No one should be discouraged by cold water slingers or parties who have not Sand enough to get out of old ruts and think for themselves. If anything that will draw is Ever put upon its feet Here it must be this interest. So let us have the courage of men and with the next tide in this affair which is now soon to follow move right to the Fflint. A Sale Bills at this office. A new goods coming daily at Henderson s. A Grain still continues to come into this Market. A the gravel train is again on running two trains daily. A Williamsport is developing some very sensational . A the county commissioners visited the county Farl wednesday. A the Walnut Grove and Ambia gravel Road is progressing nicely. A the Board of commissioners refused to Grant a License to sell liquor to Isaac Boyer of Pine Village. A a. W. Brier is taking in the Covington fair this week. Or. Brier s horse will be entered in the races. A passenger train no. 46, East was delayed Here several minutes wednesday morning on account of a hot Box. A we suggest one buy a padlock and put on the old town pump and turn her out to grass for she is dry. A cards Are out announcing the marriage of or. John Reardon formerly of this place to miss Mary Kil Ley at their Home in Chicago sept. 2 Ord 91. A nearly every smoker in Warren county who is smoker of taste and refinement is now smoking the review Cigar. It has Seldom been equated a there will be communion services at the Pine Village Church next Sabbath. Preaching Friday and saturday night by Rev. William n. Steele of Homer 111. A the remark of every stranger visiting our town is quot what your town does not allow hogs or Stock to run at Large does it quot we Are years behind the times. Of. P. Fleming recently purchased David Odle s Dray team and has gone to teaming with it. This move does away with or. Russell s opposition in the drawing business. A our correspondents were either All at the Boswell fair last week or at the Covington fair this week. You Are sure to hear from them next week. To have a first class lot of them. A the gun club met on their Beautiful grounds East of town yesterday and did some line shooting. Now that the hot season is Over they will meet regularly. Some were present a esterday from other clubs. A Robert Butler last week purchased a line quot Albert Mare quot Wlinich has a record of 2 40 at the Boswell fair for three Lyndred dollars and now proposes to be equal to the Best of them. A few such moves would bring Warren county rapidly to the front in thoroughbred horses. A Robert Dowler cared his household goods monday and shipped them to Rensselaer where he will make his future Lime. He with his family left in the evening. Wil Liams Jort looses a Good Workman and in. Dowler and family will be missed. Or. Dowler s property is for Sale cheap or for rent. A Andrew beavers had a serious runaway the evening of the contest. became frightened As he was leaving town upsetting the top buggy and throwing the occupants out. The right rear wheel was smashed and the top and seat was torn off near Sentman s. A mile North of town both horses went into a ditch and the rest of the buggy was demolished. The horses were found next Day near Pine Creek Bridge. No one was seriously injured. A the teachers Institute which closed last Friday was a decided Success in every Way. The programme As was printed was followed from Day to Day and the week s instruction was connected and progressive and furnished much food for thought and theory for general practice to the average teacher. A detailed account was to have been furnished us but it has failed to appear hence this Brief notice on the evening of going to press. The instructors were the Best that could live been secured and their work was Well and earnestly done. Supt. Goodwin and the teachers Are to be congratulated upon the rapid advancement of school work in this county his jul Gnu a vein was severed. Last saturday night Ambia was the scene of a Street fight and murder. A dance was on and a number of parties from Hoopeston were pre sent. Among them was a. Baldwin son of a widow of Hoopeston. George Thorne a Farmer about thirty years old of Prairie township this county was in town and was drinking. Baldwin came Down from the dancing Hall and entered the Saloon for a drink when he met Thorne. Prior to this a brother of George s had had some trouble with Clell Shannon of Hoopeston. It appears that yet another brother Joseppi Thorne had met Shannon on the fair ground at Boswell on Friday and gave him a Good thumping and that the Thorne Brot Liers were not yet satisfied with the matter. Upon the meeting of George Thorne and a. Baldwin in the Saloon it developed that Baldwin was from Shan non s Home and Thorne being a sort of a bully wanted to whip anybody that was Shannon s Friend. It is reported that Baldwin did his Best to get away from Thorne who followed him some distance up the Street finally jumping onto him after being warned by baldwins As throne was a much larger Many that he would use a knife if he was molested further As he had nothing to do with any of the parties in controversy. But throne wanted to whip someone and overpowering Baldwin was soon choking him at a Lively rate. In the meantime Baldwin had been using his pocket knife and had severed both the Large Muscles upon Thome s arms and Cut him across the breast his last stroke severing Thome s jugular vein and he fell Back lifeless. Baldwin escaped to Hoopeston and afterwards returning gave himself up and is now in jail at Fowler. Thorne was a Large Man weighing Over two Hundred pounds Cleaves a wife and four children and Farmed on a Large scale on the Lingle farm. The circumstances under which his life was taken Are deplorable. Opening of the schools. The schools opened at this place at 8 45 last monday morning. On account of the raising of the Flag purchased last Winter a special programme As published in last week s Issue was prepared and finished an hour of entertainment and special pleasure to All preparatory to the opening work. The programme As published was followed to the letter everyone acquiring himself Avith credit thus making a most novel and profitable Way of opening the new term s work. In addition to two Hundred and fifty pupils about one Hundred and fifty patrons and friends of the schools were present to enjoy and take part in the exercises. The entire school took part in hoisting the Flag to its place. The school year of 1891 and 1892 opens under unusually favourable circumstances and we bespeak an unusually profitable year in each department. The selection of teachers is a Good one and with a Hearty co operation of patrons and friends the results Are sure to be Good. Wanted at Henderson s shoe store More room. As fall goods Are arriving daily i must have More room and in order to get it i am Selling All kinds of summer goods regardless of Cost. Doi t forget to Call and examine our goods. Opposite court House in Bank building Williams port. J. L. Freeman manager. Card of thanks. We desire to express our thanks through the review to our neighbors and friends for their kind Aid and sympathies during the later illness and death of our wife and sister. May god Reward you As he Only can. Theodoke Couk Twelin. Claka Huffman. We. Huff tax. Found. A Small Box containing a geometrical Compass Rule and Pencil. The owner can have the same by calling at this office and paying charges. A enjoy life while you Are on Earth by smoking the review Cigar. You Only have one life to live and might As Well get what enjoyment you can. A a. C. Smith s new barn is pre Gressing nicely. A the months spelled with an quot a quot Are when oysters Are eatable. Commissioner Smith spent several Days at the Boswell fair last week a the firm of Stearns amp Colborn presents a new out and out and. In Liis Issue. Please read it carefully. A mrs. Mary Loftus lately married moved her household Good to Boswell last tuesday and will go to housekeeping soon. Of. L. Gemmer appears in a neat new and. In this Issue. Read it and see what bargains he offers. He has an immense new Stock. A the Covington fair is in Progress this week and Many from this Vicinity Are in attendance. The show of Stock is said to be very creditable. A the Boswell fair is said to have been a great Success. Crowds of of people were in attendance every Day and the exhibits were Good. Everything seemed to work to the advantage of the association. A wheat stacking is an Art and Marion Wakely is said to be proficient. Out of All the Grain he stacked during the recent stacking season none has been lost. Many lost their i Ain from poor stacking. A judge Rabb has so completely changed the position of his auxiliary buildings and his fences and adorned All with paints that you would scarcely know his place. The judge now has one of the neatest places in Williamsport. A a Good number of Pine Village parties were Down last saturday in connection with the contest Case upon granting of Saloon License to Isaac Boj or of the above place. The Case was heard by the commissioners who took the matter under advisement until Monda a. A our popular Painter will Cottingham and Force Are this week engaged in finishing up the new and elegant residence of or. Out Coffelt in Prairie township. When completed or. Co Felt will have the finest House in the neighbourhood and he is to be commended upon Liis Enterprise and taste in the construction of such a Model Home. A the wife of John Davis who lives about six Miles East of Ross Ville near the state line died at her Home the 7th inst., of heart disease. Funeral services were held at the residence the wednesday following and interment took place at the Goodwine cemetery. Mrs. Davis was about thirty years old and leaves a husband and four sons. A the cry now with some is quot sell the fire engine Hose cart and All for anything that can be gotten for it. It never avas any Many persons speak without a single thought and Are very often the originators of movements which Are very disastrous to a Community for this same spirit is the moving one in mob Law. The facts Are this same engine if properly managed would save the town from destruction fire when other i ports would fail. What is needed and sorely is the proper facilities for its use. Sits Oral i lha Gral is. Peers Oral . Mrs. Or. Aborn of Marshfield made us a pleasant Call saturday. Or. Fenton and family were in attendance at the Boswell fair thurs Day. G. P. Swarts of Lafayette was Here on business last Friday and saturday. Miss Eva Kelley of Lafayette has been spending the past week with her Cousin mrs. George Mckinney. Elijah Mcelhaney and son of West Lebanon were Welcome callers at the review office last saturday afternoon. Milf Daniel Talbott and daughters misses Eva and Sylvia attended services at the E. Churchi at this place sunday night. Harry Hemple Yeagy s Baker worked All night wednesday night in order to take in the sights at the Covington fair to Day in company with his Best girl. Or. And mrs. Balen French of Toledo a former resident of this place in its Early history Are visiting or. And mrs. Boyer. Or. French is a brother to mrs. Boyer. Frn Stee Clem of Mound was in the City saturday. Treasurer crore White had in Lafayette last tuesday. David Odle and family spent the Early part of the week in Danville 111. Henry Tuttle Lias returned Honn and is delighted with his Eastern trip. J. M. Henderson of Lafayette was Here looking after his interest thursday. B. Of Marple of state line paid our City his respects monday afternoon. Miss Olive Moore of Medina is if guest of her sister mrs. Fremont Goodwin miss Annie Broadie returned to Depauw University monday to spend the coming year. Miss Ethel Gregory left for Green Castle monday afternoon where she will attend College. Mrs. John Schre Ferand miss Anna Pope of Attica were visiting mrs. K. Butt monday. Mrs. Campbell Fisher left tuesday morning for a two ave eks visit to her old Home in Eaton Ohio. Frank Gregory left for Greencastle monday adhere he Avill continue the College course in de Pauao. John c. Goodwine made this orc 5 a pleasant Call tuesday. Or. Good Avine is suffering from asthma. Or. Porter of state Liine was at the county Hub monday on business connected with commissioners court. Miss Lillie Darling who has for some ave eks past been confined to her Home with area or is so ally improving. Or. And mrs. We Huffman relatives of the late mrs. Cour Tavell returned to their Home in Warren Huntington county monday. Rev. S. Newhouse returned to Huron s. Wednesday morning leaving mrs nearhouse and the boys Here for a visit Avioli Lime people. E. A. Biggs made a business trip to Lodi the first of the a Eek. He reports the Sale of sea eral watches Ami other goods. Biggs is a Fine Salesman. Jess Titus returned Home from lii i work in North Dekota saturday. To a ill spend a few Days Avith his family and then will again go on the Road. Thomas Hamilton wife and Little son left a a the Wabash tuesday morning for Columbus Kansas for a two weeks visit Avith relatives and friends. Miss Bettie Luppold and mrs. Frank Houpt left for Chicago morning where they will spend a couple of ave eks on business and pleasure. Or. And mrs. Lenhart and or. Anti mrs. Burton of Danville Haven the guests of and mrs. John l. Freeman sunday afternoon driving Over from to Weir Homes. Misses Anna and Brenda Tyler and miss Lusie Anderson left for Terre haute the first of the week adhere they will spend the coming a inter at the state quot Normal. Mrs. S. Of Messner left tuesday Moi ning for Wellington Kansas where she will a Isit her brother Edaa Ard Darling and family. She Avill remain an indefinite length of time. F. M. Ogborne Post master at Pino Village made us a pleasant Call saturday. Or. Ogborne tells us that to is having a Fine Trade since he opened business at tie Village. He a7as summoned Here on the contest License Case from the Aboa a place. Rev. F. Newhouse and family Arria de Here saturday a ening and will visit parents and friends. Or. Newhouse has had a very successful year at Huron s. D., where the people Are anxious for him to remain. Or. Newhouse returned wednesday. Master Lee Butler and his father George a left for Crawfordsville to enter Wabash College. Lee stayed All right and is getting along nicely but George got to playing hookey to the fair and that spoiled him. He next turns up at Boswell and Covington. Or. Little Ollers a Reward boy him. J m amp

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