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Williamsport Warren Review (Newspaper) - September 30, 1897, Williamsport, Indiana - be i the devoted to the interests of will of sport and of Rren county. Vol. , Wabrek coup a to la Idias is a thursday september 30, 1897. Xu3�ber 40. A Chance Fok the stakes. After years of unsystematic fighting against spiritualism in the United states there has been formed a National association of anti spiritualists. The organization is styled the National anti Spiron Alistick association of America and just ended its first National conference in Anderson ind. The meeting was beyond All the expectations of the leaders of the movement in Point of size and attendance. Every Section of the country was represented and letters were on file from Over 2,000 anti spiritualists who qualified As original members. Woi Khas already been begin on the forma tion of state organizations and the place of the next annual convention has been selected in Columbus Ohio. The association has among its numbers members from every denomination one living a roman Catholic priest. Two challenges live just been issued one by the Ohio association and the other by professor Hagaman of Adrian Mich. The first is one for s50,000 in Cash to any medium in the country who Woi ild present any phase of mediumship or Phenomena that could not be exposed or reproduced. Tie second is an individual Challenge on the same terms. It is a probable that at the annual convention of the spiritualists which meets in Anderson in october tie association will also be challenged for a debate president Becker of the Auti spiritualists to represent that body. In the new society s address to the Public it declares the spirit lists Are quot haunting the red Flag of anarchy against obedience to mandate of the Laws of god and Man quot and that its votaries quot Are being taught to array themselves against the moral social and scientific interests of our the Constitution of the association hits straight out from the shoulder at the foe to meet even y phase of spiritualism extant and every error which contributes toward its degrading the annual dues for Rombei s is Only 40 cents a to be paid to Arterly. Here is an Opportunity for the Starrs to engage in the business they advertise to do. They advertise to expose spiritualism and thus draw Many i people out to witness their performances who would otherwise stay away while they expose nothing. Here is an Opportunity Foj the Starrs to get into the business they advertise to be Inocal news. A close Friend one who never lends you anything. The e View and the Toledo weekly Blade both one year for $1.25. This year s crop of dried fruits on hands. Examine . A Sailor. If Bryan writes another Book it May appropriately contain Rabbit s foot notes. See mis. S. C. A in the Chambers Block for the latest and choicest in millinery. A girl desiring to do House work can have a steady position by applying at this office. Fred Bisner has moved to Veedersburg where he has a Job with Boggs the contractor for the Best lot of five ears of Corn brought to this office a year s subscription will be Given. The Coachman has again become a close second to the titled foreigner in the race for heiresses. Prices very reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed in millinery at the store of mrs. S. C. Butt. Now comes the season when the foot Ball course develops Manly vigor and the Arnica Industry. John h. Stump Sou of Filander stump residing one mile North of Carbondale is attending business College at Quincy 111. Mrs. S. C. Butt has purchased her new full Stock of millinery and is now ready to show All the latest styles direct from the Eastern markets. The Benton and Warren count knights of Pythis Are holding a picnic at Oxford to Day. Williams port and Warren is Well represented. A two week s old child of Dock Duvall living one mile East of Marshfield died thursday and was buried last Friday afternoon at 3 o clock. A joke on the Ludge. Bettie Luppold is Selling everything in Wool dress goods at one third and one fourth less than the regular Price. For bargains see our dress goods. Uncle William Crow who was in town yesterday says he saw the great horses go at Terra haute tuesday. This was his Opportunity to see the greatest race he Ever saw in his life and he took it in. George Cameron sold his eighty acre farm near Indiana Mineral Springs last week to William Woods. He will my locate on his forty acres at the Springs which he will probably have platted. Or. J. W. Irons of Hebron ind., Enro Ute to Indiana Mineral Springs for treatment was stricken with paralysis while on the train. On reaching Attica he was conveyed to the severe House where he died Friday night. A Farmer by the name of Isaac Cady who resided near Covington was found dead in a Field the other Day. He was stricken with paralysis while working and his body was discovered about an hour afterwards. He was 70 years of age. An Exchange truly says the Man who sits around and squeals and kicks against every Enterprise that progressive citizens May attempt to push Forward should pack up his grip sack and move out. As a citizen he is not Worth the powder to blow him up with. Miss Kate Shaugnessy died at her Home in Attica last wednesday and was buried in the Catholic cemetery at Marshfield Friday afternoon. Deceased was a Bright Young lady of about 22 years and the family have the sympathy of a Host of friends in their Humr of bereavement. Fullenlove and Nehrig the practical horseshoes of Warren county have in connection with their shoeing shop a general repair shop where they will do All kinds of Wagon and Carriage work on Short notice. All work guaranteed. 39-2 see John l. Veber of Attica when Yon want clothes. The commissioners of Tippecanoe county have increased the Revenue Levy ten cents and added two and a half cents to the bounded debt Levy. Last year the county paid out $32,000 More than its receipts. The difference Between receipts and expenditures was taken from the $61,756.80 of a balance on hand the previous no better tailor in the state than John l. Weber of Attica. Here is a Sample of the Way they write biographical essays in the High school at Zionsville. The following is an alleged extract from one of their essays quot his heir ology was on the approx pin qua tiou of tie Empy Orsis of this macrocosm based on the fat Edical part of the Hier Graphy. His Farrand of elocution was Sui generis in the mobility of his corpor Eity he resembled a see Bettie Luppold for Wool Diess goods at half Price for school and the very next Day they came Back or part of them and a lot of relatives of a quot Ash came along and they gave mrs. Salts a genuine Surprise because her birthday came next Day after Harry s. They brought lots to eat and some Nice presents for mrs. Salts and they All iad a Fine time. All this happened last wednesday on the forty fourth birthday anniversary of mrs. Avash salts. Says the Attica daily news of last saturday quot yesterday judge Abb came up from Covington at 2 30 and As he always does waited Here until the 4 34 Ava Bash train. He was seated Down on Mill Street waiting when his wife came past in a buggy and told judge to get in and ride Over with her. But the judge was Busy talking to a Friend and decided he would wait for the train. His wife urged him but the judge concluded to wait and wait he did for his train was Over three hours late. Finally the news Force took pity on his dilemma and provided him with a bicycle to get Lime with. The judge said he expected he would get it from his wife As he told her he d have to go to the depot anyway to get a bundle he had there and when she would see him coming Home without a bundle there was no foretelling what might the famous Parrott and tag Gart crackers in Stock try them at Sailor s. Millinery and dry goods opening at Bettie Luppold s oct., 8th and 9th. Goods just received from Chicago. 40-2 special Sale of glassware at the Novelty bargain store for next saturday cheaper than you Ever bought glassware , the bargain Man. H. C. Kachlein the widely known optician of Lafayette has engaged space in the review his advertisement appearing on the fourth Page of this Issue. Boots for men boys and youths rubber boots boots and shoes and foot Wear of every description. Boots and shoes repaired. Go to e a. Biggs Williamsport Indiana has. B. Mcadams and Ada Mckinzie both of Awarren township Avill be married today. The ceremony will take place in Attica. They leave on a trip to Illinois tomorrow _ a Hen Fitzsimmons says that the Drinken Coachman who hit him struck the hardest blow he Ever received he makes a backhanded swat at Corbett that Beautiful. An Accident occurred at the Excelsior Mills tuesday morning resulting in the breaking of the main drive wheel of their milling Macl winery. It was necessary to Send to Salem Ohio for repairs and it May be that they will be Mable to operate the Mill before the last of next week. Bettie Luppold is closing out a lot of flannels in stripes and Cheeks a i about half Price. Is Earl Caswell a a Bash Bieak Man was killed at the third-st., crossing in Lafayette saturday night. Caswell was setting a Brake when his foot slipped and he plunged Between the cars. Two cabooses passed Over him mangling his Abdomen and causing death in a Short time. A Fine lot of Corn raised by Gus s Vager on the Stephen Slaughter farm two Miles North of town avas brought in monday. There were five ears the lot weighing eight and one fourth pounds. It is of the yellow Dent variety. One ear has Twenty two i own fifty five kernels to the Row. Averaging Gus Swager and family returned last saturday from a three week s visit in Steuben county. William Trickey of Indiana Mineral Springs took care of the farm while they were absent. Our subscribers will save Money by carefully Reading every advertisement and business local in the paper. Stocks Are More than usually Complete this fall and the merchants Are All out for business. Says the Boswell Enterprise quot the Enterprise has a record of substantial republicanism which places it in position to demand recognition from the Republican county officials. It is not begging for it is wonderful what a lot of politics for Pap exists in some alleged political newspapers and would be party organs. The Thompson sunday school in Jordan township observed rally Day last sunday. Supt. Hos Tead addressed the school on the Workings of the International association and the assistant superintendent mrs. Johnson talked on the Bible. The usual program was carried out by the scholars. A Large gathering was present. Any leather is leather sure. So any Coffee is Coffee so any flour is flour but grades differ Yon want the Best. If you understand leather As Well As you do Coffee and flour it would be easy to determine. But you Don t. How should you when you go to buy something the value of which Yon Don t understand Yon pick out the place where you think you can do the Best. See Ray the Attica shoe Man he is the Man who is reliable and trustworthy. The women s foreign missionary society of the Lafayette District will be held at the m. E. Can Rich in Williamsport on sati Day and sunday. Oct.23d and 24th. The District is composed of the counties of Awarren Benton Fountain Boone Tippecanoe aah Ite and Linton. Arrangements Are being made to entertain about one Hundred delegates who will be Quarter red at private residences. Bettie Luj Dypold is Selling hats at remarkably Low Price this Seaton the bargains will Surprise you. Isaac Wilson of Brightwood who ownes a farm in Jordan township came Here last week making the trip on his wheel but he declares he will never come that Way again when it is As dry and Dusty As now. He will remain for some time and goes to work at his Trade for h. A. Vatson the plasterer who has the Church Job at Avin Throp and several other jobs including one of eleven Hundred Yards in Attica. Remember that Fullenlove amp Nehrig Are prepared to do Wagon and Carriage repair work of All kinds. Personal. A Jas. Dove of Boswell transacted business Here monday. Or. B. Lank of Greencastle visited friends Here this week. Be. K. Pearson and wife of Pine a Village were Here monday. A Billy James and family spent the Day in Lafayette last thursday. A or. And mrs. Helry Johnson left monday for a visit at Indianapolis. A judge Mccabe is Home this week. He returns to Indiana of lib next monday. A miss Pearl Martin of coving ton was the guest of miss Eva Lincoln last week. A mrs. James Mcclaflin returned Home last Friday after a two week s visit in Chicago. A Dan Betts of Newtown avas transacting business and calling upon friends Here tuesday. A mrs. Lou Johnson who has been a visiting the family of Henry Johnson returned Home monday. A mrs. Isaac Horn of Rossville ind., is the guest of or. And mrs. Or. John. Sirs. Horn is a Cousin of mrs. John. A John Rhode and family residing near Lafayette. Avert the guests of the family of Frank Adair sunday. A or. And mrs. De Osborn of Danville Avert Here sunday guests of the family of treasurer Sheffer. Imp. Osborn is a leading Florist of Danville. A Uncle Bobby Cottingham of Medina is very sick. Hopes Are entertained of his recovery yet he is a ery old and the chances Are against it. A or. And mrs. Lou Pitcher visited last a Eek Avith or. And mrs. S. S. Clark at Muncie. Ind. The Docter is a brother in lava of or. Pitcher. A Rev. L. C. Bently the new m. E. Minister left monday for Brazil adhere he performed a marriage ceremony tuesday night. He returned this morning. A a. A. Mcpherson of it. Sterling 111., an old acquaintance of a. D. Tompkins Avo has been Here several a weeks left monday night f n Oaklahoma. Charley Bryant of the real rr8taees. Trio circa Avondo Avor Kera of to p l col Golf still Oll Trio a a al and l nit i iii Liat ii Trier Avord avas a Vii sii Oliosi than by Isar Mii Avi ici. Lio said a till Dak on monday evening december 3, 1894, this Ariter a witnessed the same performance by the stairs thu Tavas go a in Here on monday evening last. The same tricks that same stale jokes and Stock expressions were used and the same program i Eju Oduces Lirou Eliout. The meal is of the company Are now profusely decked with diamonds so they Haa e evidently Nosi ered since their Bryan engagement. The opinion of the i rops then is the opinion of the review Noav it is herewith reproduced. Concerning their entertainment in Bryan the , at that Tiu published by Letcher it Roe tie Lutcher this Ariter says tui . Quot the Intuit travelling us der Tho above a i i is Plaj iii., a four Nii lits Unga Fremont in Bryan Liis week. It lius Ivi entry in i Audi if Doliante. H and other plaee.-. For Simie i ii soul i i it it Aby twin fact of Tho that the had been Surcek Sally to monday Evoniuk s performance set the town Ivy tiv oars and on Ilie Opina House Liardi All order stand iii room for the crowds eager to swell Tho Silver Stream tio Wiuf to Ilio Starrs and a Eta to glimpse of he wonder Fri Doin a credited to them. So Tho crowded House sat for two hours and a Quarter duri iii which time or. Starr went through with very Ordinary feats of and ids a de with be. If the performance had occupied to dirty , it Wonsil still have been tedious. Among the first came Tho rare old writ aug Aud it was refresh King to observe the sober Ness and con Placenci with which this old timer was Carriell out. Of its transparency noticing need lie said As it has l Eon to often exposed and quot explained that no one oven of those impressed by alleged mind Reading was Allec ted by it. Still As to say. It is like the sight of a Well nigh forgotten old time act Iun int Ance whom gossip had buried Long ago. Tho rest f ill Starr s work in his other three turns was the most Ordinary kind of sleight of hand Suc i As has been discounted time Ami. Again on the same a lat form. As to mrs. Starr s part of the performance t. At Ciarac Terizer by or. Starr As an exhibition of Clairvoyance while it was quite cleverly Dono with a great Appeal to the credulity of Tho More impress Ible Clement of the audience to believe Liat even the credulous will agree Liat mucin of it was in bad taste to say the least and some of it absolutely and vulgarly inexcusable. After distinctly ii t Mauiu using with the usual Gravity that Dis state firm of Gass amp Bryant at embodied spirits had not Ihirg to do with Tho Avealt and Wisdom usually travel together. Arhat you save has a great Deal More to do with your becoming wealthy than Arhat you earn. Saving Means finding a store adhere you get the same Quality for less than else adhere. Such a store is the great Zeigler store in Attica. Read their new advertisement in this Issue carefully. Every line contains absolute saving certainties. Such matchless values As Are being dealt out Here from Day to Day is drawing this great House closer and closer to the people As time Rolls by. 12 boxes matches 10 cents. At l. A. Sailor s. Tica is putting in considerable time in this county of late in connection Avith real estate deals. A or. And mrs. Chas. Kurtz of Bloomington 111., Avo Avert guests of the family of mrs. Kadel returned tuesday or. Kurtz holds a responsible position on the Lake i in cafe ave Stern Road. A Thomas Hamilton returned from st. Louis saturday complaining and avas soon confined to his room. Or. Swank avas called and said that there Avert signs of fever. He administered the proper medicines and Thomas is improving. A a mrs. O. L. A inks and daughters Mary and Hortense spent several Days last a Eek and this visiting friends in Pine a Village. Mrs. Winks avas for sometime principle of the school at that lace and has Many alarm school quot friends there. Be. L. Crudge Chicago is Here visiting or and mrs. E. A quot. Briggs parents of mrs. Or Bilge who has been Here All summer. Tivey return to Chicago to Morroa accompanied by misses Lura Briggs and Luna Gallaher Avaio Avill be absent a week. A Chas. Haupt and a Friend or. Martin of Chicago Are Here visiting or. Haupt s Mother mrs. Isaiah Haupt and other relatives in Liberty. They made the trip on their wheels. They Start on the return trip next monday accompanied by Arby Haupt. A miss Bettie Luppold and her trimmer miss Dora Hirlinger returned monday after a a Eek s stay in Chicago adhere extensive purchases of millinery dry goods and notions Avert made and miss Hirlinger posted herself upon the latest ideas in trimming. A John Marlat Joe Thomas Thad Kiger Vilmer Sheffer Hugh Varner Ami others Saav the flyers go at Terra haute tuesday. Star Pointer s time avas Tavo minutes and a half second. Joe Patchen lowered his record from 2 01 to 2 014 it avas a great Day for Terra haute. Perform Daucithe flippant Ana familiar refer quot fences to this Sacre i relations Between husbands and departed wives Between holy memories and every Day Ali airs. Allusions to sacred sorrows and private Griefs was to us if not to others in extremely bad taste and indicative of Auy Ali aug Bya re Tineil understanding of the Ordinary proprieties. A Little reflection will indicate lines of investigation easily accessible to Tho Staris into the private histories of residents of this Community which i Cirild by following a sequence be Broil used in Public to indicate the Possession of a Power of mind Reading or a Clairvoyance. Air. Starr will himself recall As to at least one incident of tuo Silay night s exhibition Itiat a Knowles go of his prior investigation upon the subject is in Tho Possession of this Majior. That one circumstance indicating that clairvoyant Powers in 3frs. Starr the professor will admit Tho press is Able to assure its readers was hum buggery pure and simple. Knowing this As we do we feel like apply intr to the whole performance which in Tho Noiin was simply sleight of hand inferior to Many other exhibitions in Bryan Tho old Maxim a false in one thing false in ave feel called upon to say this much because or. Starr claims to possess a special i Ower of correlating mysterious forces find by that claim imposes Union i Ullic credulity a series of very Ordinary tricks. If he had come before Tho people simply As a magician or sleight of hand performer we would have nothing to the above Oij Inion of the Starrs avas Given then As freely As it is Gia in now without Money and Avit Hout Price though the great exposer ? of spiritual in paid the press at that time a considerable sum of Money for and a Ert Ising and j printing. In Rte Douay. The Fol leaving named gentlemen Lia ing in and near Avillia sport Are attending the reunion of the Lgth regiment John h. Mess Ner a. A Haun Jacob Sheffer Rev. Bowlus Joe butt j. Brier Joseph Ermy John Catterlin and Calvin and Daniel citizen. There Are others residing in the county Maiio Avill attend but the review was unable to secure the names in time to use in this Issue. Shoes neatly repaired at the Gem. Prices . A. Biggs it ?rtt i

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