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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - December 18, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana Kokomo saturday Tribune. A rep Bucan journal. Vol. 29. I. Kokomo ind. Saturday december 18, 1880. A no. In. Second edition saturday Bec is 4 30 Oblouk p. Golden fruit. Something about Orange culture in Florida. Several Fine Groves on the St. John s and Oak Sawaba i vers. How a few preach hers have a a Ktuk a Bonanza Quot in their Florida i Tiv stale it . In la mat or Grove at it it Point. Personal a Kotlier Etter Iron i tit Jim tor Zdilor of i to i i Lizine. Para Ika fla., dec. Ii who. Dear curious facts Are it Veale to a northerner regard Illy Orange culture As he enquires into the business. Many fabulous stories about the cultivation of this fruit Are Rej it Ort de from this Section and it is strange that some of them should obtain Ere Deuce the Orange season is not yet fairly the fruit begins to Ripen about the first of november Lait does not reach its Best state until about the Middle of january the packing season continues until the first of april i Here Are almost As Many varieties of the Orange As there Are of the Apple but owing to the expense of shipping we rarely get any of the Best fruit at Home. As yet the Orange business is scarcely developed. The Best paying Groves of course Are from old Trees budded from the wild or sour Orange. But Many Groves come from the seed although it takes from eight to ten years to get them upon a paying basis. Occasionally a tree is found that contains blossoms Green and Ripe fruit but such a tree is a rarity. In 1857 col. H. L Hart came Here from Tim Green mountains of Vermont to die with consumption. After awhile he settled at Palatka and saw so Many profitable Fields for investment that he changed his mind entirely upon tire death question and resolved to remain a few years longer upon this mundane sphere. He is Here v to and from his robust appear Ance and the Many brandies of business in which he is engaged it looks As if he can to lit go now. Soon after he came Here the colonel secured an Orange Grove of six acres on a Point directly opposite Palatka on the Banks of the St Johns and this Grove has now become one of tile most famous in Florida. Upon the six acres Are 600 bearing Trees Many of which Are forty five years old having started from the roots alter the heavy Frost of 1835 which killed All of them. There has been no Frost since that Date that has damaged this Grove but others have not fared so Well. There is no better location in Florida for a Grove than the colonel s. One of his old Trees bears an average of 4,000 oranges a year. This number at two cents apiece would yield so a a Good sum for Only one tree. Col. Hart has enlarged his Grove to about Twenty acres most All now bearing Trees and he owns two other Groves at other Points. The annual profit from the Twenty acre Grove across the River has been variously estimated but no a official figures a have Ever been Given by the colonel who is a modest Man and who lets the Grove a speak for several correspondents have a a averaged the whole Grove by taking the tree bearing 4,000 rates As a Sample. But of course such reports Are Gross exaggerations. The colonel manages to get a Good income from his crop and he allows outsiders to figure As they please. This season his entire crop is handled by messes. Young and Hargrove the former of Steubenville Ohio. And the latter residing Here. Both gentlemen Are energetic business men. They Are now shipping the fruit daily by steamers to All parts of the North. Rev. Or. De la mater Indiana a Greenback theological congressman owns an Orange Grove at City Point on the Indian River about one Hundred Miles South of Palatka. He was Down Here the other Day to see it and brought along his gun and dogs and went out upon a regular sporting expedition killing everything that came into his path from a Mosquito to an Alligator. Gen. Tom Bennett of Richmond ind., who was making a tour of the South fell in with the doctor and thus Speaks of his political views in a recent letter to the Richmond Paad in a Quot he she s he has paid off All Hie debts to the democracy and As they concluded to set along without him he proposes to Lei them continue the separation and enjoy their experience. He thinks that of the democracy had endorsed him they could have carried Indiana. He is firm Iii his views on the currency quest Ion anti says after the expiration of his term in Congreve he intends to take the Rostrum in Hie advocacy of the formation of a grand National party for currency Reform and National Unity. He thinks the wreck of the democracy will furnish material to recruit and speaking of the doctors Orange Grove reminds me that preachers have been very fortunate in their investments in Florida. No less than halt a dozen Groves on the St. John s and Ocklawaha Rivers Are owned by ministers and All Are first class yield ing a handsome profit to their owners. Only yesterday i met a Kentucky divine who is enthusiastic upon the Orange business. This week he Purchas 1 Grove situated upon the Oklawaha i River for which he is to pay 514.000 the property would be considered a Good bargain at double the Price. Last year the Grove yielded about $6,000 and this year it will be even More prot i Itable. But such Bargans Are rare. I this is an old Grove. There Are so few bearing Groves for Sale that no fixed value can be placed upon them. A Good bearing Grove can be raised from the seed in seven or eight years but by transplanting wild Orange Trees and a budding Quot them what we would Call a Quot grafting they will begin to Bear in Lour years and yield abundant j by in six. Usually about eighty Trees Are planted to the acre and one Man. With a Little extra help occasionally can look alter an eight or ten acre Grove. Or. Speer a Grove near san Ford is one of the bes known in Flor Ida. It is thirty years old and contains Only seven acres but yielded 350,000 oranges two years ago which netted about $18 per thousand or about $6,000 random notes. About three years ago m. R. An Drevvus started a Grove about six Miles rom St. Augustine and his lather and Mother Are now living there and looking after the interests of the place. We Hope to meet them before returning Home. Nearly All the Fine Groves on the St. Johns and Ocklawaha Rivers Are owned by northerners who spend their Winters South and return Home in summer. Hon d. Key sex postmaster general accompanied by Bis Lanny spent several hours in Palatka tins week. I he party were making a hurried tour of Florida and passed on up the St. Johns visiting several Points and remaining two or three Days. Mrs. Ingram Fletcher and Amily and or. And mrs John s. Newman of Indianapolis arrived Here last evening and expect to spend a portion of the Winter in Palatka. Or Newman is a brother of mrs. Henry Davis of Kokomo and recently visited her family there. Or. Fletcher expects to visit Here during the Winter. He owns an Orange Grove on the St. Johns River a few Miles up or oui Here. Last Spring Gen. Grant and party visited Here and mrs. Grant remained about ten Days while the general went on up the River. A Large number of distinguished people Are expected this Winier and the probabilities Are that All the hotels will be crowded during january and february when a the season is at its Best. Lettuce radishes peas and other vegetables have appeared in the mar Ket Here and strawberries will come in this month. Hie mandarin or a kid gloves Orange is ripening. We Seldom get any of this variety at the North. The mandarin both in size and appearance re semlies a Tomato. It is of a Yellowish red color an is called the a kid gloves a Orange because the Rind which is very thin can be peeled off with gloved fingers and not soil the delicately tinted hand coverings. The flavor is Peculiar but the fruit is very delicious and is much sweeter than other varieties of the Orange. V Ery few mandarins Are cultivated in Florida although they bring $5 a Box when others sell for but $2 and $2 50. Indian River oranges Are now in this Market. This fruit ripens sooner than that grown Here and is vet y Sweet. Bananas. Limes Lemons Citron and other fruits Are now in Market. Pineapples do not Ripen until summer in these parts. Pc. H. P. A Young gentleman of Kokomo who is Semi occasionally made the victim of false and malicious scandal says a if the All governing mind should answer his prayer and say a speak your w ish shall be gratified a he would reach around amongst tile generally Clever people of Kokomo and grab about a Oakery a dozen of the most infernal despicable sordid lows lying gossiped of both sexes that Ever cursed any Community cram each and every one of them into a meal sack accompanied by a grind Stone and pitch the whole Batch one by one into wild Gat at the next Spring there is altogether too much of this false and Idle slander for Kokomos Good. Besides Kokomo has an unenviable reputation As a scandal and gossip shop not be cause she is any More deserving of such repute than other cities of her class but because of the superabundance of mischief makers and gossip mongers which invest her precincts for Kokomo s Sake we wish this species of our Community would take a we Alk pack up and leave and make room for a More civilized enlightened and refined class of people. Mar rift a licenses. County clerk Cooper has issued the following marriage licences since our last report Francis Hawkins to Ella Littler Joseph Vaughan to Julia a. Kills Albert Stephens to Viola Snow Oliver s. Gilbert to Alice Moore Charles h. I it vell to Fannie Cooper William Vav. Ball to Ettie m. Littler Joshua Newby to a. Neal. Joseph c. Reed to Emma Norris. Died. Lock tuesday afternoon 14th dist. At the residence of her husband just North East from this City of lung fever mrs John ii fee aged 58 years. Funeral services were held at the residence at 10 of clock on thursday the interment occurring in Crown Point cemetery. About people. H m sailors was in Wabash this week on business. Mrs. J. W Linier of St. Louis is visiting relatives and friends Here. Or. And mrs. O. L. Moulder will celebrate their Crystal wedding in this City to night. Henry Grantham left on tuesday last for Columbus. In which place he will make his future Home. John Risinger and family left on tuesday last for Eaton. Ohio which place they will make their future Home. Born to or and mrs w. A. Lord monday dec. 13, a girl. Weight 96 pounds. Kotlier and child doing Well. Henry Mur Den wifi and son Frank returned Home last saturday Atter a months absence visiting relatives in Iowa. Or. Henry c Cole was admitted to the bar of the Howard circuit court on last tuesday morning on the notion of Milton Bell. George r Stewart who has been confined at his Home for some time past with an attack of typhoid fever is now convalescent. Many of tile friends of or. And mrs. Fleury Hunt gave them a pleasant Surprise on tuesday night. It was mrs. birthday. Newt. Graves has moved Back to Kokomo. Like everybody else Newt. Finds it hard to quit Kokomo alter having once lived Here. Will. Fowler of Vincennes a hotel clerk of considerable experience has taken a Day clerkship at the Danville 111daily news. Or. And mrs c. Vav. Kirk after a Short visit among relatives in this City left for their Home at grand River Indian territory on tuesday last. H m sailors of Kokomo was in the City this week and while Here closed a bargain for a half interest in Uncle Jake sailors Plain dealer. On wednesday last mrs d. Dennison received a Telegram conveying the sad intelligence of the death of her Mother at Chillicothe Ohio. She left on the evening train for that City. Or. J. Of Vade left on thursday for Shelbyville where he is engaged for the defense in the Case of Arthur w. Floyd it Al is. Fat Astus f Loyd it a1, in which the plaintiffs Are contesting the will of Matthias Floyd late of Shelby county several of the heirs reside in this county. C. H. Philips and family Are now pleasantly located at Palatka Florida where one is obliged to go in shirt sleeves to be comfortable these Days. Charleys health is gradually growing better As is evidenced by the capital letters he is writing for the Tribune a dispatch. Elder e. I. Frazier former pastor of the Christian Church in this City but now of Franklin and who has hosts of warm personal friends Are will occupy the pulpit in the Christian Church on tomorrow morning and evening. During his stay in this cite he will be the guest of a. Armstrong. Or. Leopold Levi a Armer resident of this City but now of Huntington was in the City on thursday last shaking hands with Bis old friends. Or. Levi is a candidate for director of the Northern prison. Howard county will also present a candidate for this position. While we Are for Howard county first of All should the legislature see fit to choose from another county we know of no better Man than or. Levi. Announcements. Catholic Church. Owing to the absence of the pastor there will be no services at the Catholic Church to Morrow. Conference. There will he a Bible school conference held at new London on the 25th inst., commencing at to o clock. All Are invited to attend and take part in the work Philip Phillips concert. The m. E. Church of this City have arranged with Philip Phillips to give one of his excellent concerts at the Church on wednesday evening Jan. 19, Issi. A More full and Complete announcement next week. Union Ais society. The Union Aid society of this City will meet at the residence of judge Davie on Jefferson Street next wednesday afternoon at 2 of clock. Interesting reports to be Given. Important business. All interested in the welfare of humanity Are requested to attend. In behalf of the society. Jane g. Turner Sec. New year s ship. The managers of the Christian sunday school have determined to erect a Large ship in their Church on new year s eve. A Public entertainment consisting of rare musical and literary exercises will be Given on that evening just a it the ship loaded with Good tilings is being anchored in the Harbor. At the conclusion of the entertainment the cargo will be unloaded for tile Bener it of the children. And a joyous time is anticipated. Fuller particulars next week. Christian sunday school. The exercises at this school to Morrow will be an interesting review of the lessons for the past three months interspersed with other miscellaneous exercises according to the following program. 2 15�?special musical selections. 2.30�? responsive Reading acts Vii. 2 40�?special song of Praise at j invocation 2,4 5 is a aus p by asperity. Augh and Esau. Acob at Bethel. Acob s prayer. Osep ii sold into Egypt. A Oseph in prison. Oseph the Wise ruler. Joseph and his Brethren. Acob and pm a Roh. Jacobs last Days. Osepha a last Days. 3.15�?illuminated blackboard lesson. 3.30�?closing songs. All Are invited. Aux. C. Hopkins supt. An overdose of morphine Vas the cause of Theophilus p Reese s death. Lilt Issi spill. Every week Kokomo furnishes something interesting for everybody to read. Anti gives the Little papers of it the state something to talk about. All this time it brings gladness to Al our hearts. And we Are made to sing praises unto Hose who Are the cause thereof. On tat sunday evening at eight of clock to. P. Reese of new London this couty died at his Home in that Village of an overdose of morphine. Fhe circulars As we obtained them from the Coroner a inquest Are As follows on wednesday or. Reese was attacked Lith a violent Toothache and calling t the drug store of new Fin amp peeks n new London purchased some Nir Phine in order to allay the pain. I took a dose of the morphine and Soh left the store. On f riday evening he purchased More and on Simurda evening he again called at the Stor and stated that he had lost the Pasage purchased the previous evening and desired some More As the pain a still ver y severe and at the same the he had a bottle of cough syrup it up for him As he was also suffering from a cold. He shortly alter Ward went Home and retired to bed whee he remained to til 11 sunday after non about four of clock when he arose ail walked into the sitting room where ii Mother was and requested her to i the lounge for him As he was very sic she complied with his re such cheap goods a and a now a quest Armce and upon lying Down he Tilda done to you go any farther but j 1st called or his cough Medicine Ami 0 right in and buy All the stuff you a seven of clock this morning we noticed a crowd of men women and children standing on the Southeast Corner of the Square in front of Davis cos Mammoth dry goods House not thinking what could collect a crowd at this time a f Day we stepped across and heard such exclamations As these a great heavens. John look at that pair of boots for one Dollar and a Hall a a ooh mrs. Johnson Dill you Ever see when tie same was brought in he took from his pocket a powder which his Moiler supposed was quinine placed Fie same in a spoon with tile con ii Medicine and swallowed it. He the Board of commissioners of this county concluded their regular december term on tuesday. During the term the following business was transacted i runes the viewers on the dear Liger and Harrell ditch presented a report establishing said ditch. I he Cash assessment timing due j in 1,1881. Report is were also presented on the Chi and Rice ditch and be same was ordered established. The a quoth assessment being due Jan. 1. 1881. Reports it Cie also presented on the Vav. Dittamore ditch and the same was ordered established. The Cash assessment timing due Jan. 1, 1881. A petition Vias presented by John Fawcett and others praying tor tile establishing of a ditch in Clay township and Sampson Lett by in Ward and John Davis were appointed viewers. Also a petition bom George a. Core Aud others praying tor the establishing of a d Bdl in Ervin township and John t. Billings w. F., too Hunter and win. H. Conwell were appointed viewers. Miscellaneous. The receipts from sales of the county farm was paid into the Treasury on the 9th, which amounted to >577.06. As Foi lows from wheat $505 06 from cattle $72. The application of Francis m. Reed to soil intoxicating liquors was Grant want. As we walked through the store Weed and the application of t. B Ploughe found Sloven but a cutting off jeans flannels Etc. A. Son Aid Cates with loads of boots and shoes piled then Arp ared to rest easy until 5 30 out and waiting on customers All the time. Hall wrapping up Beautiful silk worsted and Cotton dress go cts. Carrie and Lizzie tying up silk handkerchiefs ties Hose and notions in end less variety. Lawson and Omer in the cloaks shawls furs and knit goods. Sailors with Twenty customers for menus boys and children a overcoats and clothing. Jimmy with his arms full of packages to deliver All Over tile City and or. Davis tile venerable father of the firm behind the desk taking in the Gold Silver and greenbacks not even stopping to argue the merits of either but Belic Vang them All Good enough. We believe we speak for tin Good of every Reader of the Tribune when we say that it will pay you to Stop and see for yourself. O clock when his Laboured breathing at trac Edbis mothers attention who attempted to Rouse him up. But failed. She a tor be sent for or. Shirley who arrived at six of clock and did All in his Power assisted by or. Newlin who was filled in later to Rouse Young Reese. Their efforts were unavailing and at 8 of clock he died. Coroner Wright was notified and on monday he held an inquest when the above bets were Learned. He thereupon retired tile following verdict i. J. C. Wright Coroner of Howard county us a having heard t a evidence and examine the body of Theophilus i. Reese at an Liq nest Bald at the residence of mrs. Abigail Rose in tin town of now London Howar Runty Indiana on the 13th Day of december Isho do find Itiat the deceased came to ii drat to by Tai in an overdose of morphine tie same being accidental. Or. Reese was a Young Man who wis universally liked try All and his death has cast a gloom Over the neigh Bof Bood in which he lived. He was to rave been married to an estimable going lady of new London this week. In was born in Monroe township and a in the 24th year of his age. He leaves a widowed Mother. The funeral occurred on tuesday. North end items. Tho a. E. Minister is giving general satisfaction. Tile school is improving. The enrolment is 57. All the larger boys and girls have put in an appearance. We would like to have some Mem Lier of the City Dehat ing Clat propose a question or let us propose one and then meet some evening atm discuss it we do not make this As a Challenge hut tor own improvement. We have some had boys in this part of byward Lodge no. 93, f. Amp a. Town. When there is anything going on at n the Church or school House these boy Ann by How Ard Lodge no. 93, f amp a. M., us very much. We have put up with it Long officers on enough. Boys take warning. A acted the following wednesday evening w. M., a. S. Ellis s. We j. B. Ellis j. A. R. Orch Ett 1 treasurer t. Lindley Secretary Vav. Ii. Gerhard s. I c. H. Leach j. D., u. C. Sol leu Berger stewards la. L. Moreland Ami Vav. H. Hen-1 trick son. Tyler j. E. Jones chaplain a. E. Moon. Installation of officers will occur on dec. 27th. A party of thirty four under the leadership of or. R. H. Ros came Over from Bennett a a Viti h to witness Anthony amp Ellis Uncle Tom s Cabin at the opera House last saturday j evening. On wednesday or r. L. Wilcock the Florist presented the i Rabune win a most Beautiful Boquet of Flowers made of tube roses and other Flowers from his Green House in this i City. A. I c. H. Lovell a popular teacher of this county was married last sunday to miss Fannie Cooper daughter of or Cooper of Kokomo. The journal i extends Jour i Tiai. Tile american literary society had quite in interesting discussion on inst tuesday evening. The question a. A an Weed t hat the various climates changes tile various colors. Affirmative j. A. Bra Hoy and Stokes. Negative f. J. Roberts and Thornton Parker. A jury of five rendered lie decision affirmative 3, negative 2. Zeno. East end items. Not Many Wood thieves around yet. Wick Russell new House is still out of doors no roof on it. The children Are discussing the subject of 1 Santa Claus coming Etc. Clint Smith is the tallest Young Man East of main Street Iii the city5 c. Piercy is teaching a first class school at the Littler school House Northeast of town. There is a great cry tor houses to rent. Vacant houses Are very scarce in the second Ward. Tile sound of the Wood fiddle is hear from ear Fida in until late in the Day at Many a Wood pile. Teegarden a new House on the Corner of Jack for of Ter Spangler is doing the Carpenter work. Second warder. For like purpose was dismissed Lor want of Legal notice. A petition a presented from Henry Huddleson and others praying for the construction of a Bridge across betes run in fir Vin township which was granted provided the trustee or citizens of that township erect the abutments necessary for the Bridge. A contract was entered into with Joel Richardson to furnish one bundled cords of Wood for the court House the same to be delivered on or before the first Day of october 1881, the Price per Cord being $2 70. John f. Ratcliff was appointed a Justice of the peace for Honey Creek township vice w in. O. Jester who failed to Qai Ify. Rhe petition of j. W. Smith and others praying for the opening of a Public Highway in Taylor township was dismissed upon the ground that the petition did not contain tile full Christian names of die persons whose lands will do affected. Claims. The following claims were allowed Vav k m a try medical Aid to poor $ 7 50 John Stringer til. To Philip a Hon printing. Us sol Leo Berger Aid to poor. Mitchell Bro Ald to poor. Haskett a co Aid to poor. S t Butcher Aid to poor. J u do a ii Aid to poor. J Vav these Cher Aid to poor. J Vav Scott for Haip. Noah Vav in tier Aid to poor. Covalt a Scott Ald to poor. J j it Kirkpatrick Aid to poor. T m Moulder Aid to poor. U a Wooler Aid to poor. J Newlin a Beeks Aid to poor. J j a j s Pickett Aid top Ltd it a. Clinton county jail rent. J m Gentry medical Aid to Primmer William Armstrong. Boarding prisoner. John Wolf Ald to poor. Peter Rvan cutting ditch. Daniel Milroy cutting ditch. Markiand a gallon. Cutting ditch. A i Haugh a knee Coal. J lame j Pratt Aid to poor. Henry Thonan cutting ditch. John Vav Barne county supt. Rachel poll Aid to poor. B u Beck Lei Coal. Louis Fleury Aid to . Orphan a Home Aid to poor. Mccoy a Berry Aid to poor. P n Shrader viewing trunk ditch. A willets viewing drunk ditch. Vvs liner viewing drunk ditch. Mcdaniel Aid to poor. Jordan Johnson repairing court House. John e Duncan Aid to poor. I a ii Duke boarding prisoners. J m Gentry medical Aid to prisoner a a i e trite blood. Ald to poor. Son Ami Kennedy streets will be a Price Aid to poor. Sch Nancy about the first of january. Be. Red mood a Brown Aid to West end items. We have two candidates for mayor. Father Wickerham is visiting with his son Joshua. Mrs. L. J. Hoover is getting Strong and looks like herself again. Prayer meetings at private residences in the West end the remainder of the Winter. A. Woods has just been replenishing his Library with quite a lot of very excellent books. Vvs. B Elston talks of starting up a dry goods store of elephantine proportions in the West end. Mike Watson contrary to his own and everybody else s e expectations. Is doing a Good business with h is Stock of dry goods. Eli Overman Oile of the Best citizens of the West end has gone to Amboy Miami county where be will spend the Winter with his brother. There Are about half a dozen very Small boys Here who smoke As a habit. Better Stop now boys before the monster nicotine destroys your health and takes away your Beauty. Or. Gyle who lately moved to our Vicenty a 0 a unfortunate As to lose a very flue Large horse several Days ago. The animal was in apparent Good health in the evening Ami was dead next morning. Or. Williams assistant Miller in e. G. The m. E Sabbath school is making i Jackson Mill a removed from his present residence into the property opposite the twin store belonging to or. Jackson. A Sam. Charlie Philips of the Kokomo Tribune is away Down in Florida among the Orange Groves and endless summer of that sunny clime. He likes the i country and has Faith that he will while there recover his health. May his fondest Hopes be partner. James e. Bunnell of the firm of Thompson amp Bunnell at new London died at his Home in that Village on yes a Ter Day morning at 7 30 of clock. The funeral occurred from the friends Church in new London this morning an extended obituary will appear next week. To of 124 50 32 50 30 to i a 68 35 of 17 to to of 2 of 25 of 37 of 15 of i i 25 13 75 12 so i i 25 21 30 23 of 50 of to 50 to 4 0 50 20 03 of 13 18 to of 16 38 320 of 7 50 3 05 0 05 380 75 12 la 4 50 4 50 3 of 3 37 6 of 5 50 523 15 7 of. 03 40 40 45 113 13 4 50 0 of 1 50 120 77 3 of i 50 i 50 14 30 3b 07 arrangements to have Jouy Christmas festivities next Friday evening a Short concert an old fashioned Christmas tree and a present for each member of the school is the program. A Small admittance Lee will be charged at the door. The attendance at this school is now about 250. J j. J the Tribune will be pleased to publish a Complete list on next saturday of thase who intend to keep open House on new years Day. The names should be left at our counting room not later than noon on Christmas. Fashions for december. Call at Haskett a and get fashion sheets for december tree of charge. North end items. Miss Maggie Bond alter an absence of about one year in f t. Wayne is now visiting in this City the guest of her sister mrs. Geo. Bradley. We had a grand time at our literary 1 last tuesday night. J. A. Braboy delivered a lecture on a manners and morals of which was listened to with great interest. We will gladly Welcome All next i tuesday night to hear Thornton Parker. Joshua Winburn c. H. Hance and f. J. Roberts discuss a very important question. Poor. I Vav d Pearce Aid to poor. P n Shrader viewing Bell ditch. Win Alleman viewing Bell ditch. J it i Long viewing Bell ditch. 1 h Davi a Soa Aid to poor. J j t Dyar viewing Road. Is Appertain viewing Road. J p Fenn viewing Road. John Vvs Cooper clerk fees. John to poor. E a Moore Aid to poor. 117 75 Powell Bros. Aid to poor. 43 h7 j i Johnson Ald to poor. 12 of Heller Bro Aid to poor. 72 26 t Coblentz Aid to poor. 60 52 la Della Ven hoarding prisoner. 104 30 William White poor farm. 150 of h Vav Hack Ley blacksmithing 5 of ii m Long Wood. 102 50 h u Harris coffins of r poor. 7 of Isaac Davi. Aid to poor. To 50 p n Shrader it a1, viewing f Ranklin Joh ditch. 4 50 d h a u c Morrison Alto Bridge 4h7 of ii a is Hunt window frames .5 75 m Hendrix Aid to poor. 15 so s t Murray medical Ani to poor. Burkett a in we court Bouse supplies. H l Moreland telegraphing and postage. I e a. Nock Aid to poor. D j Spraker treasurer Howard co. George a Moore Aid top it or. 1�?Tain. Boarding prisoner. N Bell Aid to poor. D haulers Conn House janitor. James of Brien county attorney. Mart Immanuel Aid to Jesse Yager Aid to poor. H c Harris Aid to poor. I p a u Railroad. Davis a co Aid to poor. D Barrett receiving ditches. T c Philips sons printing. H l Moreland. Auditor. We Illiam Hancock Aid to poor. John t Billings viewing infringer Dich. Vav la Conwell viewing Dearing ditch. Vav t manner Rig viewing Delta More ditch. D 8 Farley viewing Dittamore Din to j g Templin viewing diet Arnore ditch. P n Shrader viewing Dittamore Ditoh. De bid Leman Aid to poor. We b Valle Aid to poor. Armstrong Pickett a co supplies for court House. Ithaner Russell insurance on poor from. W b Rison Aid to poor. 20 of 22 15 7 55 6 Hij 370 51 90 72 to of 36 Ooth of 90 of 9 of 1 40 2 2s 6 of 26 50 5 50 69 50 72 40 53 v i i 3 4 4 i 32 50 50 50 of 50 50 25 50 55 to 7 of 60 25 a j Cole Aid to poor. 19 12

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