Williamsport Warren Review in Williamsport, Indiana
22 Sep 1898

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22 Sep 1898

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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - September 22, 1898, Williamsport, Indiana To a soothe rid Tiew xni�., a 22, 1898. Dies if he does not recover. If he Dies he is buried with Only his Blanket around another writer a visiting editor described the hospitals As follows quot they Are places of overwhelming squalor want and misery. They have no parallel except in Canadian Emigrant Sheds. Their conditions Are outrageously offensive to every human sense physical and still another wrote no when in doubt buy of Zeigler. Buy where you get Only highest qualities buy where you get Only Correct styles buy where you get one lowest Price on buyer has been in the new York Market for the past four weeks picking Only the a a the sick receive no attention. All i latest styles and a qualities that Are guaranteed. It is quite fitting for the largest store to Are broken Many Are destitute and in largest Stock Aud the Zoi Glor Storo actually has tho largest and most Complete div dual Chanty acid help from Nenda o _ a -. Or constitute their Only , to Crown this infamy of neglect and cruelty when these poor wrecks were discharged from the hospitals they were allowed Only 20 cents a Day for transportation and subsistence in reaching Home. All this is what the volunteers of the country got for serving in a democratic War. Stock of dry goods cloaks furs carpets and notions Ever brought to Attica. Dress goods. Whether you want a cheap medium priced or High priced dress Zeigler s is the place to find what you want whether it be cheap or expensive the style is always Correct at Zeigler s. Jackets capes and state debt comparisons you can easily decide where to buy. Etc., has been eminently successful. This department has created a administration shows decrease of nearly two million dollars. J by far we Are the leaders in this department. By i in Attica and our Advance Sale of furs jackets carpets. I this department has grown wonderfully in the last year. 1 made in the Zeigler store. Domestics. We Are known by All to have Only the Best and most reliable brands of All articles in this department. There Are Many cheap and off brands Muslin prints and of All lines of domestics. When in doubt buy of Zeigler s and you will never he disappointed. This fact has been accomplished by dealing squarely with All. No misstatements a to it it it a trons in Doris. Two Detroit merchants were sitting on adjacent stools and eating a 15-cent lunch when one asked the other if he consulted his wife in his business affairs. Quot can t do it quot was the response. Quot i be tried it a dozen times a Morith for years but it always winds up just about As it did yesterday. I asked her if she thought she could discuss a Little matter of business calmly and dispassionately. She said she could but had never known me to be Able to do to. I complimented her sarcastically on her angelic temper and she at once accused me of being angry. I told her that i was regarded among men As having a very equitable disposition and that my employees called me old Savity she called attention to the fact that her pet dog that weighs about a Pound was called danger then i told her straight from the shoulder that i declined to he made angry by her taunts and Odius comparisons but served pointed notice that i was going to have the respect due the head of the House. She laughed cheerily and declared that i was entirely too quot but what about the business conference quot quot of i slammed the door and figures on the state debt taken from the auditor of state s report for 1893 and 1894 present the accompanying problem in arithmetic. In those years the democrats had charge of the Money vaults and the auditing of accounts state s of ruin debt 18w. 8 8,056,015.13 state s foreign debt 1891. R,43ii,615.13 of Muslin prints guarantee for All that is Good pertaining to a dry goods store. Charles w. The largest and Only one Price dry goods store in the name of Zeigler is a 9 Attica. Reduction. S ��,000.00 this is applicable and necessary in any Effort to understand what the democratic auditor of state meant when to reported in 1894 As follows quot since the meeting of the last general Assembly $910,000 of the Public debt has been the general Assembly referred to was that of 1893. It adjourned in March of that year and the last of Winthrop. 15y Limpy ta1>. Limpy Tad has come to life a Ahi. Everything is going Well at Winthrop. Samuel Johnson is erecting a new residence in the East part of town. Mrs. Eva Smili Niece of James the october following the same auditor Beach visited relatives last week of state reported that the state s foreign mrs. John Andrews visited friends in debt was $8,000,615.13. That was Only i Village saturday and sunday. $50,000 less than the debt in 1890. Yet the auditor says in the text matter of his report of 1893 that quot on april 1, that year $340,000 in Bonds were taken he wanted the people to understand they were paid in Cash. If they were the payment should have been included in his 1893 debt statement. That would have made the foreign debt $390,000 less than that of 1890, instead of $50,000 As shown by his own figures. In the same connection in the text matter of his report of 1894 the democratic auditor of state says quot april 1, 1894, $370,000 were retired and nov. 1, 1894 �200,000 More were paid making a total reduction of $910,000." it has been shown by a Little subtraction of figures taken from the same report that the actual reduction of the foreign debt from what it was in 1890 was Only $020,000 or $390,000 Short of what the auditor claimed in his text. Of this $300,-000 can to explained away by its having no business in the pubic debt statement of that time. That $200,000 was paid nov. 1, the Day after the close of the fiscal year when the foreign debt was Given at$7,436,t515.13. That leaves $90,000 to be accounted for along with the $340,000 reported As taken up. The truth of the matter is the democrats did More refunding of the state debt than paying it off in Cash. At the close of the last fiscal year 1897 the Republican auditor of state in his Public debt statement showed that it was $1,-720,000 less than when the democrats turned Over the state to the Brave boy s words. The University association and world s Congress Extension. Probably some of our readers have heard of the great work being done in the advancement of Universal education by the University association and world s Congress Extension. Alvin Whiteside and family have been visiting his old Home near Indianapolis for the past week. The Many friends of miss be lie Ryan gave her a birthday Surprise monday night. We wont Tell her age this time. Or. John Andrew and son in Law Fred Crane and several others went fishing last week at Kankakee. They report fishing Good. There will be services Here saturday. The new minister. Rev. Williams will preach. Also at Bethel sunday at 10 30 a. Sunday school is not As largely attended As should be for the size of the place. Billy Peck got his buggy again. He loaned the buggy to a Friend to go to Attica the night of the slow and Pony buggy and harness were taken from the hitch rack. 8o far they have not yet received the harness. A special from Madison ind., to the Indianapolis journal says quot Michael e. Gar bar private in com Tauy of one Hundred and fifty ninth Indiana infantry writes to his Mother in this City As follows quot Don t believe for a minute the newspaper accounts of Camp Meade and of our condition for they Are utterly unfounded. I do not see How any person with any humane feeling or principle could write such editorials As the new York journal contains and cause so much suffering and worry by the soldiers friends and families. Camp Meade is As pleasant a place As one would wish for a Camp and although the number in the division Hospital increases a great Deal daily it is because Evory person who has the slightest symptoms of fever is sent there immediately and they generally return after a Day or two quot Young Garber comes of Good Ameri can Stock and it is apparent from the Way he writes that he has the proper Conception of what constitutes True patriotism and of what is expected to constitute a True Soldier. A a s Victory. Or. S. Hartman Columbus What connection there is Between the conduct of the War and principles of free Trade and its variations one can hardly understand but it is a fact that All newspapers committed to everything but Protection of Home industries Are violently opposed to and hysterically critical of general Alger s management of tha War department. Harper s weekly for instance is furiously wrought up Over the sufferings of soldiers. In a recent Issue it had in pictures and comment a very pronounced yellow Streak. But it permitted a regular contributor to say quot the mind of Man is too prone anyway to take kindly to complaints about food. With real hardships enough to stimulate their natural tendencies toward fault finding our heroes Are now egged on to extra strenuous efforts in that direction by Sheho Turly assurances of All the sensational papers in the country that they Are starved neglected and miscellany Wasly mismanaged. It must appear in the Camps just now As if a Soldier s whole duty was to dist st authority reject his food bewail his Fate and de it nand to be mat Homo dear sir a i feel like anew woman since using your Peru a. Your Medicine has helped me so much that i can work and never feel tired out. When i first began to use your Medicine i could t sweep my own room run the sewing machine or lift and thing not even a chair. It even Hurt me to ride or walk any distance. Now i can do All this and i believe More and never feel the effects of it. I feel to proud of the Way it has brought me out that i Tell it far and near. I can heartily recommend your Medicine to any woman suffering from female disease. I know from experience that your Medicine will do just what you say it will. I thank you doctor a thousand times for your treatment. I shall recommend your Medicine wherever i go. I know what it has done for me and i know it will do the same for others. I feel that there Are thousands of other women who would after rising your treatment As i did be thankful. I am so glad i got your treatment. This month is the first time in my life that i can remember of having my menses without pain. Why i can t do anything but recommend miss Emma l. Bolden Wilberforce The Peru a Medicine co., Columbus o., will mail or. Hartman s special Book for women free on application to women Only. Runa. Instead of fighting each Osiier England and Russia have decided to sit Down on China and talk it Over its poor Consolation to a girl who has been stung by a Bee to know that bees Are partial to Sweet things. Morris English a table liniment to Ursa la Momb outs bin Ives scratch of Gall Sweeney Patini splint Oarb Etc. Frlj a 00�. Rev Bohly sold by Armstrong amp Swank. Wii Amport for the Benefit of those who May not have heard of this institution we take pleasure in outlining in Brief the plans and objects of the association and the benefits to be derived from membership. We have been informed that a representative of the association Fred Bell of Hedrick will visit this City in the near future for the purpose of establish King a Branch. The University association is the connecting link Between the people the High school and the University. It is an incorporated institution organized by leading educators for the purpose of bring no College methods of teaching and College training direct to the Home Circle and to Supply the Best possible substitute for the College course itself. Also to Supply a want Long Felt by literary clubs already established and doing literary work. Among the promoters at the head of this institution Are Samuel Fallows D., l l. D., Chancellor Hon c. C. Bonney l l. D., president and originator of the world s congresses the columbian exposition at Chicago who is president of tie International Council w. E. Kernst Secretary and treasurer mrs. Chas. Heroin is vice president of the International Council and president of the women s club of America. Hundreds of the leading College presidents and educators of the country Are on the advisory Council. Among the instructors for the various courses Are prof. Geo. Ebers of Germany prof Max e. Muller. A. M., pm. Prof. T. G. Pinches l l d., of the British museum t. N. Carver a. B., pm. A Oberlin College Ohio , University of Iowa prof. Sanders a. M., pm. Yale University prof. Edmond Buck Ley a. Pm. D., of the University of Chicago prof. Cohn a. M., pm. Columbia University g. Fellows pm University of Chicago e. Greene professor of history and economics University of Missouri it. Rev. Of Huntington s t. D.,d. H. L., Bishop of Central n. Y. Formerly professor in Harvard College a Richard a dab Ney pm. D., University of Virginia and others of equal prominence. The instruction will be Given by following a correspondence plan. Those who desire to accept the benefits will be supplied with a monthly Syllaba which contains the lessons for the month. The text by same represents the lecture by one of the professors such As one would he favored with if attending some College. The foot notes cover the ground of necessary references so in reality the student is not Only the University association is not connected with any one University but is rather a federation of the teaching Powers of the principal universities and colleges of the world. The first year s course will be that of Universal history which will be under the direction of twelve professors of history Olio Are at present connected with some of the leading universities of America. To each professor is assigned a period of history for a thorough knowledge of which he has become widely known. The second years course will be Universal literature which will be under the direction of the leading teachers of literature of the world. Other courses will follow in order such As astronomy physics civics political Economy geology Etc. Quot he time required to persue the course of study and the entire expenses Are such that it May be said higher education is now within the reach of every one who de ires it. Catarrh cannot re cured. With local applications As they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall s Catarrh cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall s Catarrh cure is not a quack ine Dicine. It was prescribed by one of the Best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the Best tonics known combined with tie Best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. Cinch by amp co., Toledo Ohio sold by druggists 75c. Hall a family pills Are the Best. Saye your life. not neglect the kidneys and bladder. Disorder of these important organs causes Bright s disease rheumatism pain in the Back dropsy and other troubles. Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter. Often these organs Are neglected until that awful malady Bright s disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim. Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a course of treatment with or. Davis kidney tablets. These tablets Are put up in the shape of a kidney bean and the formula has been pronounced by the Best physicians of modern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science. You can eat these tablets As you would Candy. Send for free Booklet on kidney diseases. Sold by All druggists or sent on receipt of Price 50 cents and $1.00 or. No Davis 17-tf Frankfort ind. The Amateur who practises daily on a Cornet in a thickly settled neighbourhood has ample nerve for any undertaking. Garcia has caught cold in his ear holding it to the ground trying to hear somebody calling him to the presidency of Cuba. Pub ironical Ifa. If a Man is ignorant he soon Lishes the fact. If a Man itches for Fame it usually keeps him scratching. If a Man is a Loafer he probably labors under a delusion. If it was a Moccasin Snake no wonder eve put her foot in it. If you want to please some men just Tell them they look like actors. If you have plenty of dust it is an easy to Blind the Public Eye. If a quot pugilist goes on the stage the audience has a poor show for its Money. If a woman misses her husband when he is away her aim May be More accurate when he is at Home. If a Man would know How much he is appreciated he should pose As defendant in a breach of Promise suit. Scott put no great value on his manuscript which was probably the most perfect and least erased and altered that any author of High rank can show. The copy of quot old mortality quot was sold the first time for �33 last year it fetched �600. Quot the lady of the Lake quot has brought �1290. Lock Hardt gave the manuscript of quot Rob Roy quot to Cadell and it sold for �600. Morris English 5table powder for loss of , rough hair hide bound and All Uia Eama of the blood. Sold by Armstrong amp Swank Wilma sport trans Mississippi exposition. A doctor states that tight unventilated hats Are one of the chief causes of baldness. Half the ships in the world Are British the Best of them can be converted into ships of War in forty eight hours. Tha st. Louis Young woman who in Competition kissed 100 men in 100 minutes holds the worlds Long distance record. Relief in six hours. Distressing kidney and b adder disease relieved in six hours by quot new great South american kidney cure quot it is a great Surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in bladder kidneys and Back in male or female. Relieves retention almost immediately. If you want Quick Relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold by a. Donovan druggist Williams port Indiana. 9-42 improved �5 per cent. The military department might get a breathing spell just now by asking the country to kindly quot remember the Maido. Quot Given the advantage of a course of lectures but the College Library is the Wall Street journal published called into requisition and the sex by Dow Jones a amp co., new York has act passages necessary for a com the following to say regarding recent plete understanding and knowledge improvements on the Wabash. Quot it of the subject Are Given thus of via to la a conservative estimate to place ing the necessity of purchasing the improvements of the condition text books or looking up references of the Wabash at 25 per cent during from a Library. To say the least the past year. This statement is this plan is unique and simple and based on two trips which your Cor those who desire to acquire respondent has made Over the Road knowledge must certainly utilize the condition of the Road bed of the ass All women Jine tenths Cfall the pain a which women suffer is caused by weakness or derangement in the organs of menstruation. Nearly always when a woman is not Well these organs Are affected. But when they Are Strong and healthy a. Woman is very Seldom sick. ?elrer5 is nature s provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures All quot female troubles it is equally effective for the girl in her teens the Young wife with Domestic and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known As the quot change of they All need it. They Aro All benefited by it for advice in cases requiring a special directions address Glovine symptoms the quot ladies advisory department the Chattanooga Medicna co. Ciuuto Cooea. Tenn. Utji Jiju th08.1. Cooper Tupelo mtm., my my sister suffered from very irregular i painful menstruation and doctors lid not relieve her. Wine of Cardul entirely cured her and also helped mgt Mother through the change of and caul Timo tage. To the Best possible Adan Wabash is at present equal to any Road in the West if not Superior. The mayor of Atlanta ga., has contracted for Twenty two Star spangled banners which Are to be raised Over the Public schools of that City. Notice the members of Sherman Lodge no 320, Carbondale ind., Are requested to meet at their Castle Hall on saturday night september 24th, 98 for the transaction of important business. By order of Chancellor commander. John w. Brier . Are you going to attend the wonderful exposition now at the height of its glory at Omaha ? you will be surprised at its magnitude rivalling the great world s fair in Many respects and even surpassing it in others. If you Are contemplating making the trip the Clover Leaf route offers special inducements. For full particulars see any Clover Leaf agent or address c. C. Jenkins Gen l pass. Agent Toledo Ohio. Wells Hoosier poultry powder make Hen Lay cure cholera gapes and Boup and keeps poultry healthy. Price. X5e. Per Pim Sfear a. Sold by Armstrong amp Swank. Wilma sport the War in t Over in Texas twelve Hundred men and women fought Over a base Ball game there on sunday. The rate at which zulus can travel in an emergency is astonishing. Some will cover As much As sixty Miles in seven hours. Eight Miles in an hour Ordinary Pace. A Chi Caffo Man has discovered that the Back of one s hand reveals one s Fate. At poker sometimes a looking Glass Back of one s hand reveals one s Fate far More distinctly. _ Morris English worm powder warranted to euro any Case of worm in horse cattle sheep or Dors Alho pin Worms in Moltu. Price 50c. Per tax. Sold by Armstrong amp Swank. It the War is Over but the r. Or a people still getting half is alarmingly Large. The signalling at sea a it ith eighteen Vari colonel flags and is ing Only four flags at a time 78,624 signals May be made st Louis Fali festivities. Sept. 14th, oct. 89th. For 15th. Annual exposition and coliseum the Clover Leaf will Issue greatly reduced rate excursion tickets to st. Louis sept. 15th to oct. 29th. The attractions for the exposition of 98 will be of the highest order attainable among them being the incomparable Sousa and his matchless band giving four concerts daily. For the great st. Louis fair held during the first week in october a rate of one fare for the round trip will apply. The Beautiful and mystifying veiled Prophet pageant evening of oct. 4th, will surpass a grandeur anything of the kind Ever before attempted. For full particulars see any agent Clover Leaf route or address c. C. Jenkins Gen l pass. At Tole Otobio. v a tit a a a. A sii Ian a so i. A a a a

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