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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - December 25, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana Tue Kokomo saturday Tribune december 2j, 1880. Kokomo Tribune. By t c. Philips sons. Christmas. The Tribune is the official Organ of Howard county. It is the largest paper Ever published in the county be hat three limes As Many Bona fide sub Inscriber As any other. Let these fads be remembered by advertisers. It origin its a Holiday the manner of its Observance in different countries. Of Komo in dec. 25, 1880. T one Anc t All of our leaders the a a merry Christmas. Glt writ at he the Tari it Gress. Ensue tile Ere Lur , one lion of modern til Ablest died Enerlan i on thursday will i get no tinkering with the ing the present session of con the democrats have got it of that question. On h per fat tory Wall a Kri Ilay evening to of Birge so sons Buffalo tiered tin new York was destroyed by lire Jie set fir ten persons perished ii the flames. A a gov. Kosier of Ohio published a letter on saturday last withdrawing from the senatorial contest Iii Ohio thus leaving a Clear Field for Sherman. A passenger train on the Carolina Central Railroad went through a trestle near Charlotte n. Cd on wednesday night live passengers were killed. It is now said that senator will resign his seat in the Senate after the 4th of March enter the Cabinet of Gen. Garfield As his Secretary of state. Die army appropriation Bill was introduced Iii the House on wednesday. It appropriates $25,190,800, or $325,000 less than was appropriated for the present year. A jury was selected at Indianapolis on thursday last to try Mary Brown the second time for the murder of her husband. In securing the jury 200 men were rejected. A great Snow storm prevailed on the Atlantic coast on monday. The fall was an Inch an hour when the storm ceased the depth of Snow was nearly ten feet. Mrs. J. Ellen Foster the Iowa lady lawyer has been employed As assistant counsel for the defense in the Case of the state of Indiana is Mary Brown now on trial for murder in Indianapolis. A l00k at the Date printed after your name on the margin of this paper see if it reads Jan. 1,81. If so your subscription will expire on next saturday. Therefore Call renew at once in the House on wednesday messes. Weaver Sparks both Rose in. Hese the germans a ways their places humbly apologized for their real vue fast on december 2s> in commemoration of the return of the this feast lasted i he Celebration of the 25th of Der with various ceremonies dates Back As far As we have historical record. It is observed by All Christian nations As the anniversary of the birth of the Savior. Its institution is attributed by the Decreta letters to Pope Telesphoru Bishop of Rome who is supposed to have been elected 137, a. I who died in 138, a. I. But the first certain traces of its Observance Are found about the time of the emperor Commodus who ascended the throne Iso a. I. During the latter part of the reign of Diocletian 303-305, a. If while that ruler was keeping court at i Nicomedia now known As is Meed he Learned that a multitude of christians i were assembled in the City to celebrate j the birthday of Jesus having or Church doors to be closed to the building All the. Worshippers perished in the flames. Among the Early churches however there was no uniformity in observing j the nativity. It was often confounded 1 i with the Epiphany known in the greek j Liturgy As the feast of tile manifestation of Christ to the gentiles which was celebrated on january 6th, As the Day on which the miraculous Star led the Wise men to Bethlehem also As the Dikiy upon which Christ was baptised in the Jordan also As the Day upon which he performed his first Public miracles. Others celebrated in april others in May. In the 4th Century however Pope Julius i issued an order for an investigation to be made concerning the Day of Christ a nativity. The result of this investigation by the theologians of the East West was an agreement upon the 25th of december. This agreement or decision was based upon tile tables of the censors in the archives of Rome while some of the fathers held that there was not sufficient identification of the Day yet the decision was accepted from that time it has been celebrated As the anniversary of the birth of Christ. It is held by some that this could not be the anniversary of the birth of Christ for the reason that in Judea the Rainy season is at its height in the latter part of december the shepherds could hardly be watching their flocks by night on the Plains. Another reason advanced for this is that the coldness of the season would also prevent them from so doing. Among other things that fixed tile 25th of december As it is said one of the most powerful causes was tile fat that it is the beginning of the Winter solstice All the Heathen nations regarded it As a most important Point of the year in that it was the beginning of renewed life activity in the Powers of nature of the gods which were the symbolical personification of in Germany the North of Europe Christmas is often called the a a child rents festival a on Christmas five 1 a Christmas tree which consists of a 1 Large Yew Bough is ere<5ted in one of i the several houses lighted with tapers the presents ornaments suspended thereon. The present is Niak de with tile name of the person for whom it is intended As also the name of the donor. In some of the smaller North Germany All the sent to some one person himself in High busking a White Robe a mask an enormous flax Beard who goes from House to House distributing the presents to the children is known As Kne Clit Rupert. Formerly in England Christmas was begun on the evening of tile 24th, suburban mews. La Anh etts. Villages of presents Are who dresses Poplar Grot Dee. 20. The series of meetings just closet at pop j 1#r Grove Chapel conducted by her. J. 1 Hurrah was crowned with abundant Success Twenty Bavin United with the Church All of whom Are persons of Stabilit Sincli As make a Good society desirable Community. Business is Velv Ami everybody seems to ire j Nappy. I is not yet definitely known about what the Christmas festivities of this place will he but presume that each one will be j Normand to Al Joy himself As he sees tit Kos. No go pee. 23. Christmas conies tip in the near future Aud the average Small boy Layeh try his Penny to ,.nd tor cheap Candy gum drops. J Iii Lew is whose sickness we noted in our i St is Eon a i scent but his sister i sick As also Joe p. Boaters bribe is sick with to it a Silitti. Also Krait a Grumes babe disease unknown to us everyone complaining j of cards pied. On last thursday evening a at 7 o clock i but ii i Crai v society \ of this place. Peace to its ashes. J e. Smitten had a is lint match at the Poplar Grove school j House last night. Dropped centum every d night tiler that on always l d until candlemas fed. 2, a being a Holiday until twelfth Jan. 6. E is an old English sup Christmas eve tile oxen would be found upon their Knees As ii mrs. Ii is visiting rack Tai vis has goo there h Moll tile Poplar Grove. Dec. 22. Try crate of Vandalia Michigan Ler Mother or. the melt other relatives Robert Page off on a visit of indefinite length n june an amount of a in lilies coloured bund d 1 a i. In attitude of Devotion the custom of decorating in urn houses with evergreens on Christ-1 Mas comes from the ancient Druid i practices. An old superstition was that Sylvan spirits would flock to the i evergreens remain without being nipped by Frost until a Milder season. I the Trees used mostly for decorations j i were the Holly Rosemary Ivy Bay Lau j Rel Mistletoe. The puritans in this country were j strongly opposed to Christmas pastimes j for a Long time Christmas was More i Church at liter Creek on the 1st of generally celebrated in the Middle january. Is. K. Southern states than in new England. Galveston. Dec. 22. In thin run Norv Phi Atmaa in Relpha died dec. Is at her residence two Miles d a. Nils Mas is Cleora Penof this place. Or. Daniel Adams aged Ted As no other Day. It is a Universal a years. Mrs. Adaui a Bien Long fax Vor ably known by this Community. She who the Mother of or. Hart our postmaster who hut a Short time ago buried his wife. Funeral services by Rev. J i. Puckett of i Caseville who by the Way selected the same scripture for his text itch Eccl. 1st verse that had been used by Rev. Surran in the j funeral Sermon of mrs. Hart. Each Sermon ran in a separate Channel yet there was sin ii i a Beautiful Harmony Between the two that j we have no doubt they United in the heart soul of the congregation. The Christmas j tree of tills town will be plucked Friday night. Most of the schools of this Vicinity will suspend during holidays business seems to be Lively tile All prevailing wish 1 of Hie Young folks is that it would show. 1 by tilt Way is it not about time that that eleven foot Snow put in its appearance ? t. J. Goes to Hock Ville Parke county for curl i Tolfe n Mas Britton Bas Ett says lie is getting up j St Jiwon it the timbers otherwise preparing to build him a barn when Winter s Over it is j to he a real Nice Harti Wei a a Garfield barn j those of us who Are so ignorant that we done to know Ute a ear Iri arks of a Garfield Burn will patiently we it until Britton get his finished. John Bell is moving to Day to Hie old Burrell Bell Arm which lie recently purchased. Keat. Poplar Grove 22. Or a mrs. Hoover have this Day been called to the bedside of a sick sister mrs. Anna coat of Neva Taim Myrtle daughter of j. B. Butcher ohs been quite sick fora few Days pest. Hut is now convalescent. Random Oer by. Lehr is bearing her accidental Sim let in in Wii ii patience fort hide. A its ii Toller sick room can but cause the most thoughtless to reflect mrs. James Hendricks with others starts West to Day on a visit to m. Jones returned from the Terre haute Normal on tile 24? ii inst. To eat Turkey have a Good time generally the sunday school is in a healthy prosperous conditions Good attended cps Good order a Fine interest quarterly meeting of the it. B. Near precipitating fiery Sun whee their disgraceful conduct on tuesday in which they came a free tight. I Ujj january 6th, during this time the legislature will meet one week let claimed to he Able to Trace the front next thursday the election social festival for All old Young Rich poor. In Many parts of the country notably those most densely populated with germans special dishes Are prepared consisting of currant loaves Christmas cakes Etc. Iii almost every House in this country the Little ones Many big ones too on last evening Hung up their stockings by the Chimney so that Santa Claus would be sure to find them when he climbed Down the Chimney with his pack of presents taken at random from his Sleigh Load which he left on the roof above. In the song a hang up the baby a stocking be sure you Don t forget tile dear Little dimpled Darling has never saw christinas is echoed re echoed by the other children two Little diminutive stockings Are pinned together so that they could be a crammed with goodies from the top Clear Down to the in other Homes baby a stockings Are Talvon from n Little Fri War or hew Ami i f re rth Patrou of the school citizens taken homa link Clawer of Dox generally attend the Institute it a a cur bitter tears Are shed because i in whose birthday Christmas commemorates saw fit to take baby to that Beautiful land where there is an endless Christmas Day. Young America dec. 22. Or. Soho ale is very cough still claims hush formerly of this Village now of Logansport m inv Henoc wms in town a few Days since shaking hands Many Auu ils Ullh old fiends the literary society j ii As a Newa paper be lied a a the Young America Broad axe a a racy Little Sheet of limited circulation edited by de. Mcmeans. It claims to a whew to the on last sat 11 Day the teachers of this township held their second Institute in Hie so ii 001 building. The subject of a a mathematical geography a by Frank hence a history a by Henry Bubber a a the infinitive participle a by or. Gray were All presented in a manner creditable to the person that introduced them. Tile discussions were Lively indulged in by All Hie teachers. The next Institute i to be held at the Aam place Jan 22. 1x81. Tile program is a Good one the teacher would like to have a Large num Kun k Shaws. Of a successor to senator Mcdonald will occur on the second tuesday Atter the body is organized. The re pub cans will hold their caucus during the first week it the session. The Chi Cago in Ter Hee a n says Quot it looks As if the tammany organization were gradually falling to pieces. A meeting was held wednesday at which it was found necessary by John Kelly to a a discipline some of the subordinate officers. Excise commissioner Morrison the friends of judge Donahue were practically deposed it is understood that Henry d Purk Francis ii. Spinola will share their Fate. >1, on special to the Cine in cry that the friends of this state Are arcing a Assn Nati commercial gov. Porter of him for Secretary of the Treasury under the next administration that an intimate Friend of or. Porter is authority for the statement that he would not refuse ii if proffered. It matters not whether there is any truth in the Rumor or not. The republicans of Indiana elected be. Porter governor every one of them earnestly desire that he fill the latter position. W personal movements of their deities i Odin Beschta others. The 25th of december was kept Byr the persians As the birthday of mithras the mediator a god of the Sun. With splendid ceremonies. The old romans celebrated it in Hon j i or of Bacchus designating the Day As the birthday of the invincible Sun. The egyptians celebrated it in Hon j or of the birth of horns the. A god of the Sun. Since the order of Pope Julius in the i fourth Century the conclusion reached the 25th of december has been j universally accepted As the anniversary of the birth of Christ one of the traditions is that Christ a j was born about the Middle of the night. J i. Since tile sixth Century in roman Catholic countries Christmas is ush j ered in by the Celebration of three j masses one at Midnight one at Early Dawn one in the morning. The Day is considered in the double Light of j a holy commemoration a cheerful i festival. Custom of singing canticles or Brist in As which recalled the j shepherds at the birth of ladies from die time when the common people ceased to understand the latin. In addition to the songs there was also dancing music the latter by Tambour guitars violins organs. It is the custom of the calabrian min j stress on the Days preceding Christmas. To descend from the mountains to Naples Rome saluting the shrine of the Virgin Mother with their wild my i sic. In England on the night before Christmas the Bells Are rung at mid j night in France Italy after the solemn Celebration of the mass in the i churches which Are magnificent in adorned decorated the revellers partake of a collation in order that they head a u Arter a a phrenology St a income. Christmas comes but once a year the Turk by s Are clamouring to have Hie Day postponed until tile runner diet becomes popular. A Phyllis Quot is a most appropriate name for a waiter in a boarding House. An appropriate epitaph for a defunct boarding house�?1�?opeace to its a blood of now York recent a offered Sally Bernhardt $50 for a kiss. Aud yet or. Mary Walker i poor. Our Devil is afflicted with boils so Fai As Bein of any service to Tho office is concerned he had just As swell Bedhead. Hewett is in hard Luck. The Morey tries to get away from the chinese letter business the worse he nets stuck in tile mud. Will some experienced Par Grapher please desert be t lie lot ii no that comes Over on when Ilie Barber puts a Towel Over your Cace rubs gently on the outside ? Ages the teachers to have a Good size to audience to listen to their display then it gives Hie patrons a Chance to see get acquainted with ail Hie teacher if the township. At least the Patron can look at them make up his mind who is the Best looking one of them ail. A merry Christmas to All is the wish of p. C. C. Faut Honky Krik dec 20. William Trueblood family of Kokomo visited relatives in this Vicinity one week irom last sunday Alfred Lenoard a new House is at last completed his family will move into it this week Strattan a Newcomb s Clover Thresher hulled Clover seed for Al Era Johnson Jesse Kalcl i Fie last week Edward Chaner of Xenia is visiting his Sisters Ida Hattie of this locality pro. S. F. Elliott elocution St of Russiaville accompanied by Frank Delon in admits Aaron Hobson of new London visited Hie literary society last saturday night. Tile professor amused the society by giving two recitations a a asleep at tile switch a a a smack in the services Are now held at the Lynn Church on sunday night of each week. The probabilities Are that a protracted meeting will soon begin a literary a Iet it Vos organized at Lynn school House a of Vav weeks a co is at present in a very 1 Urishin condition. Officers Are As follows president. C. Holingsworth ice presi a Leut j. It. King Secretary miss Eunice Davis treasurer miss Ham Johnson sergeant at arms l m. Hollingsworth. The members numbering near 35, meet on saturday night of each week. Doors Are closed against spectators. Interesting debates Are a prom i a but part of i he exercises. We Are glad to learn that Hie Young to i is Are Tak lug an Active interest As this organization will be a Benefit to them Charlie Williams is visiting relatives near Amboy. H or Kkt to Doz. Brocade silk handkerchiefs to 50 cents. Former Price was 05 cents. 10 Doz. Polka Dot silk handkerchiefs to 25 cents. Former Price 35 cents. Worsted dress goods Down to 12a cents former Price 20 cents. Haskett amp a co. Merman is confined to Lier room with inflame use the Little margin we have on the Shore Matory Friend b. F. I of time that eternity May open As a Joy Aud Jackson m. D. Is also confined to his room not As a terror to our liberated spirits. By a nervous on by Over men j Mogul. Tai exertion while attending to patients. If i is however rapidly recovering wih Boot i new London. Dec. La. Lie out Gaiu bom to or. To mrs Geo. J a card of thanks. Hansen a bouncing boy baby soon after to the people of new London a tint Wiir departure the wife of Matthew shutters to i want to say to you that language fails to presented him with a Brae of flu baby my heart of thanks to you for your As this is our first Chance of reporting such kindness generosity which you have bean incident we could not miss the Opp Ortu stowed upon myself fatherless children. Nity Lew Lam Lias left Here Aud de. J we Shanlever remember you at the Thron Fortner occupies the House vacated Ivy him. I of Grace that tile lord will Reward you for Ayen Miles presented his show a eth what you have done for us May Ileal it Brand Podunk Occidental Sci Optican Panorama Aud worlds wonder a at this place last saturday night to a Small House we Are sorry not to meet the Junior on returning Home but Are glad to hear of hit recovery to read his newsy latter from Hie land of s to you or. Editors compositors an d to you Mogul Kelt Clarence ail the mein Liers of Hie p. P. C. A merry mercy Christmas to you i the wish of be it. New London dec. 20. The past week has been a sad eventful one in the history of our Little Village. Deaths Lone Herald born on Hie Sable wings of borrow has visited our Homes. A the Golden bowl has been broken Hie mourners go about Hie streets because Man goeth to his Long yonder on the Little Green Hilltop the silent necropolis of the dead in sight of Hie Home of his childhood the Manly form of Theophilus p. Reese has been Laid. Never has a sadder duty presented itself to us than to write Hie obituary of one whom we remember As Hie Bright Aud Noble hearted boy of other Day whom to know was to Honor love. Of the circumstances of Bis death a will not write As the Tribune has already Given a fair honorable account of it Lias made friends by so doing. The in its article under Hie sensational heading of a shuttling off this mortal Coll Quot True to Many false statements the article i not Only an insult to his aged Mother relatives. But grate heavy upon the feelings of ids quarterly meeting at friends. The Fairmount there is something in tile expression of a j boys face As lie meekly leads his lit to Sabbath school these Fine sundays when the ice is a just Slick pm grease Quot that moves the St Oniest heart to pity. Alto dec. 23. I we have been unable to fill our place in sister or some weeks owing to our a i sence from Home visiting friends in Kansas. In Hie interim Many events of local importance have occurred in the Vicinity of a the Hub a which we w ill now Endeavor to recall chronicle in the newsy columns of the Tribune. However a few words with regard to hse Howard county folks met by us while away which May he of interest to some of your readers. In Rice county 1 that when they say tall rail they mean fear Sterling we met or. Hardy Butler or. Taitl Plank. Stupid democrats William Edwards or John Lark. Mrs. Susan claim miss is tile Leach daughter Thomas Moore s Beautiful poems a the i m or. Lewis Leach county treasurer of Bridge of sighs a was written too la my a of of Kingman county k is they All expressed we have often heard Sailor refer to the to Trail never knew what they meant until recently. We have Learned since novem tilt Carl son Christ on u of til Ai the lower House of Congro the scene of the most disgraceful affair on monday last that has Ever occurred there. The cause of the affair was the refunding Bill. The principal participants were Gen. Weaver late candidate of the Cree hackers for president Sparks of Illinois. The former denounced Sparks As a liar when the latter called w Eaver a scoundrel. Both members advanced toward each other for a few minutes a perfect median reigned a free fight was Vertex with great difficulty. Order ass rest red Hen the House a be Able to stand the fatigues of the course to have any reference to the Mammoth Structure that Span Hie Mississippi at St. Louis but the thought Lias often struck us that rom had an inkling that such a Sirius Titre would Ive built there some Day for it s a i Ridge tit size you know. Julius vinegar is in jail in Trenton for insulting lad in. Vinegar evidently did t have much respect for his the a a Jug is the Best Pima Tow n Herald. Coo a a Cucumber a Pickle. Vinegar Dos Burton in the a mangoes on a m enough to malt tor \ int Gar Hough he May a tear Sis being found in such a res a go it in 1. Just hear How Hie a it a St to of. Yes ifs Txie ill he ? a a in a fair d. Vide. He loved her. He said most ardently. swore he could love no other she Low i him. She said devotedly ran Oil with his Rich Young brother. He moped for a Day despairingly As he Felt How much he missed her then he went to work assiduously married her pretty sister. Moral. People who wont be pleased m Ith the gifts which to them Are Given. Deserve to have the worst of Earth have no Choice in heaven. A w. J. Lampton Steubenville Herald Heiri elves As being Well pleased with their bleat Ion a Prospect for the future. In Wichita we met Elia Robey who is Well known to Lins Vicinity. He Lias i a Ted in tile town of Mulvane is waiting fora Rise in City property. Here we also met will unil Weil formerly of Kokomo who Send mis respect to intends in old Howard Ile is a herding in Sumner county. F. M. Luilus is to ated in Butler county h it if Way Between Hie flourishing to it cult of Augusta Wichita a re Uear the line of the St. Louis a Shu Francisco Railroad. Just South of Butler a aunty in Cowley county i j m. Jackson a in a Ltd b. V. Jackson of West mid be Totland or. Ii. Ii. Herrod formerly of Alto. Bota t in situate j near Hie a. T. A s. F. R r. In his c tone Eton Weare pleased to notice that j or has been released from the charge Ltd Obi tining a i Enston under false pretences. Hot Mon i of november a the coldest Ever experienced in Southeast Kansas in he i rowing crop a of finely Many Farmers a in pasturing their cattle upon their wheat i a eld. We returned Home Well pleased with i air first views of Bridge i i Roxy Little Wildcat is completed but much i 01 k remains to he done in the Way of flip by at each of Hie Bridge Tommie Stoops of Connersville is Here at present j did will probably remain until Spring or Larvey Katie of Milwaukee who has been siting his Leia Tives. G. P. Pilzer a looks at his place or. L. Kern. Of Kokomo re 1 arced Home last . W. A. Teeson is expected to return Home to spend tie holidays there has been much Sickles in this Vicinity. The daughter of mrs. Sri Cave had a severe attack of Scarlet be Orander. John Stapleton lost one child title Bobby by the dread disease. School is suspended for a few Days the spread o the fever was prevented. I Here is no Case o it Here at present. Or. George Jackson i Stiering with asthma miss Alice brim Many admiring acres make the assertion that he became tired of life committed suicide. The Russiaville Standard unkindly refers to him a a dissipated Young Man emblazon Iii faults to Hie Public. Were we to let these criticism go by unnoticed we would he unfaithful to one who in life was our Friend. A Young Man Leacher in Ervin to pm a when told of ins death wept like a child. Another in Kansas one it Ann Arbor Michigan hastened borne on receipt of Hie news of Hie Lin timely Deal ii of their Friend. Am the sorrowing multitude that made up Theofun eral cortege tells in a Mournful numbers of Hie esteem in Widich t. P. Reese was held. A nor can the coldest mortal blame our tear Winch glitters on his precious the watery vapor of heavy grief obscures our vision. Butin the midst of the dark surrounding of the hour we May Trace the outlines of Hie Noble form so suddenly for Ever taken from our sight. But it matters not flow Small a Niche to life occupied by Hie lifeless Clay within the narrow grave in Hie narrow confines of yonder cemetery tile it spirit Lias busted its Fetters to Day know More than All the editors philosophers Vav in a men bom creation to Hie present Day. Tills Little drop of humanity has mingled with the great sea of eternity. This Little a Park of Hie divine fire Lias blended with 11-maker. Tile Trail soul Laden Craft buffeted no longer by the storms of life despised wronged no More by fellow mortals Bai paid theft by of nature Ami dropped Anchor forever in the Harbor of rest after ail How narrow the Border that Divide the present from tie inevitable future yet How impenetrable the veil which hides from our View the regions to which we Are All so swiftly Drifting on life s tide. One after another our friends pass away to Day. A fatties or a i Mother to Morrow a wife or precious he by. But they Send no tidings Back to Tell us who Are blindly following on of that country i where we Are taught we shall one Day meet free to face those who have gone before a know even As we Are again Weare led to exclaim with Shakespeare a one woe doth tread upon another a heels so fast they the Mournful rumble of the clod of tile Valley a i barely parsed away when silently the reaping Angel again thrust in Bis sickle took from our midst j. E. Bunnell a Noble Young Man of Hie strictest integrity familiarly known As the joyous Light hearted the old firm of Thompson a Bunnell is no More. The flue Lua Tionson the Market Selling goods bolting safes drummers creditors molest them no More forever. Of what solemn lessons we Are learning a we Are As evanescent fleeting Here As the insect tribe of the air. I i Over the River there is life forever. Let a so in s most Khoiee blessings Ever attend you is the sincere Earnest prayer of my heart. 8. M. Wil Ime. Jerome dec. 22. John w. Barnes county school Erin ten Dent was in Iii is township this v biting i the schools. He did not visit Elijah Elliot s school at new Hope because the teacher was i absent attending court at Hartford City. J Sam net melt arty tence Lindley Thomas Vernon reviewers appointed by the county j commissioners upon the Barclay Moon 1 ditch Are Here performing their work. Rev. Mendenhall of Windfall has been holding a series of meeting at tile Loris school House Rev. Wood. Of Kokomo at new Salem Lee Golding is having a new House built West of Jerome the usual annual revival series of meetings at hardscrabble will begin about new year a continue two or three mrs. W. Davis Jefferson Jackson have been i wrestling with the lung fever for about ten Days past. But Are reported convalescent. Tile teachers of this township held their monthly Institute at Crook Corner i As i saturday several men from this township Are working upon the narrow gauge Railroad Christmas will come soon is anxious for a visit from Santa Tau the i Jerome the will have a Christmas tree on Friday night to induce the Good by Saint to make hts appearance with a Basket Fui of Good tilings for Hie babies Joseph Peacock a i wife of new London attended the friends Back reek. Fir ant co. I am sorry to read of the de Ith of t. F. Reese James Bunnell of new London. Or. Lee Conner will have a sew Wear a gift a wife. I have been invited to the wedding tile big hog Story in the last i be j of the Tribune giving my account of Aaro Cappock a hogs May be relied upon a Correct. Id is one of the Foremost men of the Vicinity in which he lives the Story of i ins Ting i believed by ail i neighbor to be Correct Ambrose Turner William satyr have purchased of Joel Adams commissioner. The land belonging to the heir of fest a Moon John a Barnes requested Ine a few Days ago to write a it oct for Hie re Union. The subject i hive selected is a the death of old John same of the i teachers hereabouts win have a Holiday reunion at Cappock was presented with a babe on i tee. I Ltd but Hie Little stranger was destined to return again to dust. It a Only a few Days old when it died. Tile Mother is quite , Phoebe Moon a missionary spirit w to has haunted Eastern Howard for son mine a departed for new London. I recent warm weather a been taken a i Vantage of to get the Corn gathered that a Situ standing in the Fields what i would like to see. H. I Weil auda Hie Post of duty Ben. Harrison elected to the u. S. Senate in. Tyner appointed Post master general by president Garfield Julge Linsday elected to the speaker ship of the House of representatives of Hie legislature or Murray without Iii pipe in his Mouth if this pn�?�1 the in in of scissors Pencil Jou w id again hear from a be Oye. West Liberty dec. 23. Frank hawking Aud wife have locate at Jerome the county supt. Paid the Chi join of the to. A visit last wife of a Hose Nash is dangerous a Iii. Older Reese is doing work for the seventh Day adventists at tile Pierce school House w h. Randolph had another spelling school Lart night Orlando Conway is Affine Ted we Ith a bile a so much that he in unable to attend school Lew Ooper failed to fulfil Hiap a ointment to preach at the Howard school Bouse last sunday night Enoch Mckay will live a turks dinner t heist Mas Day arid dance at night Lee Simpson a announced another shooting match for Christmas. Or. Laden celebrated their Golden wedding last Munday was a Surprise dinner at a Simre ova Uit a last sunday in Honor of Bis 60th birth Day. Russiaville dec. 23. The town Vicinity Are All afire with enthusiasm Over the narrow gauge Railroad. On tuesday night a rousing meeting a concluded on eighth Page

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