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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - January 3, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana To sat u re a Kokomo saturday Republican journal. Vol. A t Kokomo ind. Saturday january 3, 1880. No. 12 few More Opinio of our Holiday Issue Hamilton Ohio Democrat. That excellent paper to Kokomo Tribune presented its Parons with sixteen beautify Pentec pages As a Christmas Marion Doomer a the Holiday number of the Kokomo Tribune a a Triumph of Binal in full Jess and finish Kook the these pages Are filled or Jejna contributions from forty wry q rec. Cognized ability but this is not won. Der. These forty writers All i n state of Indiana but this iat the wonder. The wonder is the cd Tion of the three in one paper is due to the Enterprise and ment of the editors Ander Oprisi tire West. Calf among Quot it it or exchanges the triumphant Chip on the Shook of their Pressman regains Undis Turtlf. Kobleth tulle i or ,. The Kokomo Tribune s Risemas number is a creditable Piec a work a contains teen pages a filled from soft of in potable literary writers to of Tom its Iri he Triune deserves of it for 1 a Holida this costly a it Romance. Delp by City res Oitay edition of the Homo a. At Mem the Best copy of by Pater help. Cd from the pres of in-6 in the Mai contained prose articles Beans have Al Points from 27 Tondi Green backers writers. It Elbried 16 c. Philips sons who have silo possibilities of Western literature Way that we venture to say never the Combs murder Case. The Case of the state is. Alexander m. Combs for the brutal murder of George Vav. Olinger in Jackson township this county on the morning of october 1879, was called for trial last monday in the Howard circuit court. Monday and tuesday was occupied in selecting a jury a venire hav attempted or at i East oomph i a Quot been issued for 44 men. The Fol before. I he contributions in the i lowing gentlemen were selected As jul iday to i Bune Are both prose and Pofe ors by and Are on subjects As varied As the Hiram Kium Center township authors Are numerous. The paper is twin. Chapp Union township credit not Only to the City of Kokomo nut Neah Taylor township and the state of Indiana but to the in Esse Ault Ervin township. Orals. To the Holiday number of the Kokomo Tribune is a most valuable memorial of which no one need be ashamed. Of the Lorty contributors not one has made a slovenly record while Many have furnished work which in artistic finish As Well As purity and Lorce of design Are creditable not Only to our state hut to our country. Evhen All have done Well special Praise May on a skunks and was tinted seem invidious but Payne so Ida Capo on highly rendered Book pier a perfect Arvel of typographical amp eat Ness. Hocti Ditol mock i the lass sue of the Kokomo in Une is of of which its proper May just feel proud. It was ten Thompsons a Winter reverie a walk Eros John Golliher a third women a Clara Louise Bottsford v Unte Given a John n. Taylor so summer Days a Frank Mayfield so Christmas roses a and h. Vav. Taylor so parting a Are All of which As contributions from exquisitely Flavoured and coloured pie up As a Hiday number and conked i Ces o verse Yindi of 16 pars of Reading matter Nch Cates her title to the Athens of Indi cd a. 1 Ana by the number of her contributors and the polish of her contributions. And Udo a pie the prose contributors furnish an sex Cellenti Supply of Story essay and homily. The number ought to meet with a Large Sale. He that Ute pens of la Best literary writers prose an poetical of the state it was in fed a Fine number Anfe elects Grei credit upon the Energico publisher Meriden Ousec Picut daily recorder. The Como ind Tribune Isles a Superb Baliday number of 16 Pas filled wit Choice stories sketches u ii i Al Bryant Ervin township. It orge Ehr Raan. Ervin township. Job la. Gillman Ervin township. Try Gordon Ervin township Vel Holmes Clay township. Re Kerr Ervin township. A n. Clark Monroe township. Turgeon Monroe township f a jury is composed of the Best men Howard county. The evidence die 5tate was Ai in on wednesday ant the defense oct cup de tryday and yesterday in presenting is de of the Case. The arg mental probably begin to Day and the Ltd i go to the jury by tuesday it the court room has been All week. I Deputy from tor Moore and Lins Day and de la appear for the state and Bell amp Dowell j. Vav. Kern in of the defense. Richmond for ladies Lect association. Miss Laur Dainty. I he ladies Lect course opened social at the knights of pythias Hall. The social and entertainment at the knights of pythias Hall on last tuesday evening was Well attended and a very enjoyable time was had by All. There was no Especial program of exercises but every member of the Lodge contributed to the entertainment of the guests. J. W. Barnes read a Brief essay giving a history of the Lodge from its Date of organization up to the present time also stating its object and the number of members now belonging o the order. John c. Garr was present by special imitation and Sang j a Good night a the rendition of which 1 by him at an entertainment recently Given by the pupils of the Cincinnati musical College at that City Drew Forth such High compliments from the press and Public. Or. Garr gives great Promise As a Tenor. Although he has had but fifteen weeks experience his singing has been highly praised by competent critics. If he is studious and we know he will be a Bright future is in store for him. Good music was also furnished by mrs. O. N. Davis mrs. Ernest George Frank Andrews Ned. Klum and or. Irvin. The entertainment wound up with a social hop and at Midnight the guests left the Hall All having happily passed the evening. The k. Of p. Lodge is prospering finely. Its membership is increasing rapidly and the Hall recently refurnished and carpeted is now one of the handsomest in the state. 1879. The record of the year every american event of importance. The old fifty seventh. A committee of the old 57th Indiana j auspiciously on Laa wednesday eve Ning when miss la poems mat of them written est to for that paper by some of the i writers of he present Day. It is 1 Ted on Clar White paper the t i Graphy ii excellent and taken / Gether it s one of the Best if not i very bestow any of the Holiday i pers of Dis season either East West. Success to its enterprising Prietos. Ail. This. Attica Letler. The Kokomo Tribune one of Best sustained country literary Pap in the West came out with a hold number of 16 pages each Page White and clean and shining As a n stand up Collar. It was a credit to volunteers met at Anderson recently and formed a society known As the 1 a society of the 57th Indiana Volun a j col. Willis Blanch of this coun i a was present and was elected chairman. The society proposes to have expected As pleasing entertainment i annual reunions of its members the As was Given. Miss Dainty a Talent first to occur at Anderson on the first de woman. She has a Gnu Wicent j Day of september 1880, that being the j voice and her program is red and anniversary of the Battle of Jonesboro j extensive. A novel feature her in Dainty gave a select Reading in Tofely for t a first time. A Good audient was present. Everybody who attend was agreeably disappointed for. Eed no okie a. Below will be found the Constitution adopted at the Anderson meeting Hie surviving members of the 57th Kern it Intra in v Ounie Ltd olt win a ring to renew their memories of the text ailment is a medleys a p2en or More poems and sketches from Arous authors being ingeniously Inte even in no better manner could Thi. Linty of miss Dainty have been a in. Propriety and to the City in which past and for the purpose of keeping new of the Best recitations of theve Vith a m i f to i j cd n i i iffy r 1 it i in Fula a to Kra at Rda am t 11 r _ it i. A of is published. More than that it a credit to the state. It was not advertising scheme but was filled i Choice Reading nearly All of who was original embracing articles Fri Over a score of Well known writer May the Tribune continue to pro per. Michigan City dispatch. The Holiday number of the Kokomo Tribune comes to us this week con Taining sixteen pages Well filled wit the usual local and editorial news an also a Large number of original communications. Among the celebrities1 Well known in the state Are Maurice Thompson Lee o. Harris Emily t. Charles j. Vav. Riley b. S. Parker judge d. P. Baldwin Mary h. Cather Wood Amy e. Dunn Willard g. Nash John c. Walker d. M. Jordan and a Large number of others. The Issue certainly needs no commendation for it Speaks for itself. Peru Sentinel. The Holiday edition of the Kokomo saturday Tribune was one which the enterprising Young editors May Well be proud of. Sixteen Well filled pages eight of them containing articles written especially for that paper by the Best writers of prose and poetry in the West such As Maurice Thompson. Lee o. Harris. Sarah t. Bolton j. W. Riley mrs. D. M. Jordon John c. Walker judge Horace p. Biddle Margret Holmes Willard g. Nash Etc., Etc. In addition to its literary excellence the mechanical execution and make up of the paper was almost perfection it being printed on Fine Book paper with a Plain Clear impression it would be the height of our ambition to receive in patronage sufficient to enable the sistine to Issue a number equal to the last weeks edition of the Tribune. Cincinnati tinier. Jol the Tribune founded by t. C. Philips is now conducted by his sons a. F. And c. H. Philips. T. C. Philips Poi was in his Day one of the princes of alive in their the feelings born f association in the hardships of Mili Ary life do hereby unite in the forma on of a society to be called the a so Ety of the fifty seventh Indiana the society proposes to ave annual reunions of its members s is hereinafter provided. A he conflation of the society is As follows i. All members of the regiment with Ning was a poor Little but All wre Good and there is no need to partly Laurize. Mrs. A. F. Armstrong intr diced miss Dainty to the audience. Scott Siddons. One of the largest and most intelligent audiences of the season greeted mrs. Scott Siddons at the opera House Ean records shall be consid red As j on last thursday night. This was the embers of this society Ana each first appearance Here of this distinguished Reader. Promptly at 8 15 of clock fifty cents annually. J mrs. Siddons came upon the stage and 2. The officers of the society Hall was greeted with loud applause to insist of a president vice preside j which she bowed acknowledgement rotary and treasurer which to. Or offices May at the pleasure Oft without introduction she at once com piety be vested in the same Perso fenced her readings. The program Orian and an executive committee was quite varied and was As follows Bree. Scenes from Hyak speared so a much ado be duties of president vice presi about t. Secretary and treasurer shall be f c rom Well in Story a by Hardwick Ember is requested if Able ? pay to the Treasury of the society the sum married. the residence of Philip Deusner in this City on last thursday evening at six of clock or. Gib. D. Jay and miss Sadie i. Halliday were United in marriage Rev. Vav. officiating. It gives us great pleasure to announce this marriage. For Many years we have known or Jay he is one of the solid substantial Young men of Kokomo and no one knows aught against him. Possessed of Large business intelligence he has industriously applied himself for years. He is As steady As clock work. The Bride is a Beautiful and intelligent Young lady in Many ways accomplished. She came Here sevc yes is ago and has been living with her sister mrs. Philip Deusner. Her acquaintance Here is extensive an she is beloved by All. There is no doubt but that or. And mrs. Jay will be Haply always. They ought to be for the Yare Well mated. Oily the relatives and a few intimate Fields were present at the marriage. Othe termer were mrs. Phillips the hides Mother and mrs. Kenard the b ies sister from Effingham 111. Shortly alter the ceremony was pro minced the newly wedded left for the a residence which will be their Home in future. The Tribune extends its Heartiest god wishes to or. And mrs. G. D. J a. May they live to a Ripe old age Art every Day be a continuation of Thor honeymoon is our wish. The chronology of american events for 1s79, appearing below was compiled especially for the Tribune great labor was required to make it up and it will be found to be accurate in every particular. During the year the daily papers have been carefully scanned every Day and All the notable events have been recorded by the Tribune is the first country newspaper in Indiana to give a Complete yearly history of american events prepared especially for its columns. We Hope our Enterprise will be appreciated. Our subscribers had better file this Issue away. It will be useful As you May often want to refer to the chronology. January. 1 dedication of the new state Capitol of Michigan at Lansing the Potter committee completes its investigation in Louisiana. Nota Ripple cause by resumption. 2 the Polar wave. Intense cola throughout the country. Severe Snow storms in the Eastern states railway travel impeded and Many trains abandoned. Resumption moves Aion smoothly. Receipts of Gold at sufi Treasury in new York largely in excess of amount paid out. 3 Alonzo Garcelon elected governor of Maine by the legislature the coldest weather known for years prevails throughout the country. 4 Secretary Sherman issues a Call for $10,000,000 of the 6 percent Bonds making $20,000,000 called in the first week of the year. The cold wave extends All Over the Southern states. Judge Hunt of the United states supreme court stricken with paralysis. 5 the intense cold still prevails. The Potomac River Frozen from Washinton to its Mouth. The Delaware River so 1 blocked with ice that vessels Are unable to leave that port. The same condition of affairs exists in new York Harbor. Ments. Another Cal tor $10,000,000 6 per cent Bonds made. Subscriptions to the 4 per cents. $2,626,450. 12 funeral of congressman heart Ridge occurs at Savannah of. The indians who escaped from fort Robinson neb., Surprise the soldiers in Pursuit of them and kill two and wound several others. 13 gov. St John of Kansas inaugurated. The ice in the Ohio River broken up and eighteen barges sunk. An earthquake occurs in Florida but no damage done. The Arkansas legislature convenes. Subscriptions to the four per cent loan $6,222,150. 14 Colorado legislature elects n. P. Hill United states senator and inaugurates f. Vav. Pitkin governor. The new Jersey legislature convenes. Another Call for $20,000,000 6 per cent Bonds made. John p. Jones elected United states senator by the Nevada legislature. Subscriptions to the four per cent Bonds $13,930,200. 15 Montana legislature organizes. Discovery is made that the Arkansas electoral returns As counted by the joint committee of the two houses of Congress giving the state to Tilden was a forgery subscriptions to the four per cent loan $5,345,000. 16 gov. Marks of Tennessee inaugurated. Passage of the pension Bill by Congress appropriating $20,000,000 to pay arrears of pensions. Subscriptions to the 4 per cent loan $7,333,000. 17 John a. Logan nominated by the republicans of Illinois for United states senator. Subscriptions to 4 per cent loan $2,148,500, professor Clark and George Baker fight 36 rounds near Pittsburgh in which Clark wins. 18 Twenty five millions More Bonds called in by Secretary Sherman. Subscriptions to the 4 per cents $2,438,200. United states marshal Turner and u. S. Attorney Mayer arrested by the municipal authorities of Alabama for refusing to produce certain papers. 20 the first game of the worlds billiard tournament at Cooper Institute new York is won by Shaeffer Over Garber. Subscriptions to the 4 per cent loan $6,956,350. 21 a Syndicate in new York contracts for five millions of the four per cents. The Potter committee ordered to investigate the cipher telegrams. Orders received for a Large number of Standard dollars. $20,000,000 More 1 As ordinarily Appertain to those is. The duty of the historian shall report at each annual reunion of society any facts and Circum Stan netted with the history of the j Lent which May come to his one journalism in the West. He was a most co. H capt. Joel j. Trenchant and Brilliant writer. He was a Root p and Joel h fin4 a love in a by mostly. The a sleep walking from Macbeth. Veh Apter from a a Helen a tile a Reeds of the pie Irish emigrant.�?�. F Peter and i Idy to Eazley from Sheri Utah a school for i a haps the Best rendition of the fledge and also to present at such ever1g was the a sleep walking scene ens a statement of the names of from Mcbeth. Mrs. Siddons is a pow of the members of the society who 1 a. P have died during the year Ogeth j 5ess�?T a Reading Demon h All fads concerning their lives i it traded Talent to the Best advantage. He May deem worthy of record. The ent ailment we As entirely Satis a executive committee shall at factory Al and at the reunion announce the time and frs sigh. I Rof the next one to be held. Was called before the cur president vice president Sec Ain free and at last she a wish treasurer and historian shall de a Happy a year and Many re tied at the annual reunion and turns of the e first one to be held As Here and retired named they shall be As follows a ii Dent col. Willis Blanch. President co gyrus. Hines tary and treasurer Comrade. Terhune. Riany a. L. Kerwood. Executive committee shall be a by the president vice presi Secretary and until the next shall be As follows Lieut. Hie a to her audience the a folic fair it the Catholic f urday night. It every Way and the to about $300. Am a master in controversy dipping his t closed last sat is successful in a Oce eds amount those who we Ere successful in the wafd Jno a it were the following Bureau Carlie arms Rong rocking chair a Grant barrel of flour Martin we. T>0 t of hoi Fly fall 1st Dianni it a pen m tall when the necessity arose but was withal a tender and kind Friend. He was one of the great directing political geniuses of the state and his loss to his party in Northern Indiana is irreparable. The Irurhe is now recognized by year scrutinizing people As the literary a the t per of the state. The Best contrib Curren tors in the state Delight to embellish the its columns and it is fast gaining a Veratio reputation beyond the lot of Ordinary the hrs country organs. Politically it is unconditionally Republican. Its presidential preference is Blaine gubernatorial Choice colonel Vav. W. Dudley Keokuk flow Constitution. The Holiday edition of the Kokomo Indiana saturday Tribune is a wonder in its Way. It consists of sixteen elegantly printed pages six columns to the Page but this is not the wonder j d reunion of the society a Slin Nealie Myers clocige0rge eld at Anderson ind., on the Cain pin Cushion Julia quiz pair september 1ss0, being the Pillow Sham Mary e. Swift Nult of the Battle of Jonesboro Mary Prestel lumber Rule in Nanc Iraj v inn Edge. On the latter award ure j was some ill feeling. Dan. Blouser is also a candidate and received 27 votes to Vinnedge s63. But when the polls closed Blouser a friends held 187 tickets which were not voted. The bad feeling caused some excitement for awhile but Good humor prevailed on thursday unions thereafter in each and place to be named by be committee with the con the society. E articles Are subject to amendment or ratification at uni reunion. Wiat the Tribune would like to see. A Indianapolis Herald. A $50 Bill. Nad Klum quiet. Kokomo out of debt. John e. Moore married. Omar Davis a moustache. Marion Thompson dance. Archie Comstock excited. Henry Moreland set Type. Every Democrat converted. Aleck Duke taking a Bath. Bony Brown on roller skates. Geo. Stewart pull the Bell Cord. Henry Hunt walk a tight rope. 3.000 new Tribune subscribers. Mike Stutzenberge Wear a wig. De. Wilson a wide plug hat shot. Byron Haskett at sunday school. Dave Spraker without that smile a pretty girl from Tipton county. Ithamer Russell Wear an overcoat. Jim Blaine nominated for president. Or. Cole distributing religious tracts. King Kennedy dressed As a woman Milt. Bell vote the Republican ticket. John Kern in a Knickerbocker suit. The electric Light cheaper than . A Man play checkers without whistling. Frank Pearce and Jimmy Claybourne run a foot race. D. T. Mcneil make Money on a Good 5ntrtainment at the opera House. A dispatch Victory Over thet i Bune just of see How our neighbors would act. 1 Lief. Subscription to the 4 per cent loan $11,093,550. 7 the Teller committee begins its investigation at new Orleans. Re assembling of Congress. Subscriptions to the 4 pier cent loan $2,732,250. 1,000 lbs. Of ice is Cut and packed at Atlanta ga., for the first time in the history of the City. The Snow blockade in the East effectually removed. The Legislatures of Arizona Minnesota. Ohio and Pennsylvania Convene. 6 the blockade raised on the East pm railways. The Legislatures of be 5.20�?Ts called in. State Legislatures elect Vada Louisiana and Tennessee con j the following United states senators Vene. The u. S. Supreme court Ren j Pennsylvania j. Donald Cameron 1 Ders a decision holding that polygamy North Carolina . B. Vance mis i is not under the Protection of the clause i Souri Gen. James Shields Short term of the Federal Constitution which pro and col. Geo c. Vest Long term con Hibits interference with religious be be Calicut Orville h. Platt Florida Wilkinson Call Indiana Daniel w. Voorhees Long and Short term Illinois John a. Logan. Rudolphe wins the second i game of billiards in the billiard tournament. Subscriptions to the 4 percent loan $3 420,000. 22 aftera prolonged contest Hon. Matt. H. Carpenter is nominated by the republicans for United states senator from Wisconsin. The democrats in the House have a Row among themselves about Southern War claims. The 8 the Treasury purchases 400,000 j Sale of the four per cents was the Lar ounces of Silver. The Secretary of the Gest in the history of the loan reach Treasury issues another Call for $10, eng the sum of $16,508,400. The Esca-000,000 of the 5 20 Bonds. Subscript Ped cheyennes Are again found and tons the 4 per cent loan $7,114,000. Twenty three More Are slaughtered. The Legislatures of Illinois Missouri 23 four companies of troops find the West Virginia and Wisconsin meet j escaped cheyennes entrenched and a gov. Garcelon of Maine inaugurated j massacre ensues in which seventeen capt. Bogardus Breaks 3,000 Glass balls indians Are killed including four in 3,000 shots without missing a single j squaws and two babies. The president shot. J appoints Joseph h. Sloss a Democrat 9 the House committee on labor re j United states marshal for the Southern port a Bill to restrict the immigration District of Alabama. Subscriptions to of the chinese. The Case of the lunar j the four cents. $9,089,600. In Biggins sex 24 Twenty million More Bonds Call in the Washington court. Straits of de in. An investigation of the massacre Mackinaw closed by ice. Organization j of the cheyennes begins at for Robin of the Indiana legislature. The democracy commence revolutionary proceedings rigidly adhere to the Law and capture the offices in the Senate. Subscriptions to the 4 per cent loan $4,155.00� 10 a band of hostile cheyennes confined in fort Robinson Nebraska Over son. Gen. Spooner United states 1 marshal for Indiana resigns. Subscript i tons to the 4 per cents. $3,795,100. 25 the president signs the pension Bill. Subscriptions to the 4 per cents. $14,028,700. 27 subscriptions to the 4 per cents. $5,128,950. Power the guard killing four of them j 28 the House passes the Bill restrict count treasurer Spraker settled thic be a Tate treasurer. Into the state Treasury e Hospital acc 11.35 Quot vib Aiyu a _ 34.61 of Refuge a _ 325.00 s or too a a 121.67 fund and state _ Hou i. 11�455 46 needs tron fall sources Quot for the Hurch lectures the first on sunday and the Ito Tai in �?�?�?sii.948.09 j Are $251. Last one on tuesday night. To Ain t at the last. On thursday night the sewing machine was drawn by John the be amp ures recently delivered by Carey a brakeman on the i. P. Amp c. Elder Clark Braden of, Railroad. The drawing took place at at the Christian Church were very in the Catholic school House and the a Teresing and pleased All who heard Chine brought about $29. The net pro them. Elder Braden delivered four and succeed in escaping. Pursuit is at once made and upon overtaking them a general massacre ensued in which forty of the indians Are killed. Governor Blue jeans submits his message to the Indiana legislature. Forty Bills introduced in the latter body. Subscriptions to the four per cent loan $2412,400. 11 a desperate Glove Between Pete Mccarthy and Frank White occurs in new York. A caucus of Republican senators As regards affirmative action upon the resumption of specie pay ing the immigration of the chinese. A coloured Man named j. D. Mcleod appointed a government store keeper in Kentucky the first one of his race who Ever held official position in the state. Subscriptions to the 4 per cents. $3,-620,100. 29 the Tennessee legislature repeals the charter of the City of Memphis. Senator Michigan nominated for minister to Peru. Subscriptions to the 4 per cents. $3,826,550. 30 subscriptions to the 4 per cents $5,741,45�

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