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3 Jan 1880

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3 Jan 1880

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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - January 3, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana The Kokomo saturday Tribune january i so. Kokomo Tribune. Saturday january 3rd. 1880. Local news. Orphans Home. About people. The sixth annual meeting. Items of interest of a society or personal nature Are solicited. All social matters visiting strangers etc., we will be pleased to mention in this column. Please be Brief and to 1880. A Happy new year to you. Date your letters correctly. School commences next monday. A. A a a a a plenty of amusements this week. A a a a the week of prayer commences on next monday. The sixth annual meeting of the orphans hone association was held at the residence of mrs. Emma Dixon on the Point editors Tki bunk 1 yesterday afternoon the meeting was will h. H. Saylor has returned from opened by Reading the i nth psalm and hot Springs and is much improved in a Short Prater by mrs. R e. Haskett health. Mrs. Nixon pro tempore Secretary misses Anna Cain and Ada John submitted the Secretary a annual re son Are attending musical College at port. The report eulogized the Matron Cincinnati. And teachers in the Home. It also Glen. Johnson will leave tor Green contained the following statistical in caste Ntxo week to attend Asbury the Berger family will soon appear at the opera House. The delinquent tax list of the county will soon appear in the i Tribune. Everybody is loud in their Praise of the Holiday Issue of the Tribune. 800 papers and magazines for you to j select from for subscriptions at Meyer Bros. 12w2 a a a a a a a very enjoyable dance was Given at the Clinton House last wednesday evening. Several leap year delegations of Young ladies were out calling on new 1 balance of hand. Formation number in Home at present time. 20 admitted during the year. Tin a a placed in borne. Death. None a sent to the Reform school none which report was adopted. Mrs. R. E. Haskett treasurer of the Home submitted the following report for the year ukr Al pts. From county orders .1,7? 1.50 a a intercut on order. A,13 a a cattle sold.,� 42,>0 a a donation. 12.47 a a balance from last year. 177.22 total. §2,008.82 expended. Matron s salary 245. To governess salary. dry goods and shoes. It 8. <2 groceries and meat. 200.48 flour Aud iced. 1 oi.22 University. Miss Minnie Snyder went to Peru on thursday to attend a leap year party at that place. Mrs. F. M. Gideon has returned Home after a visit of several weeks among relatives. Dave Kouerman of Bennett a switch was in the City last saturday attending the examination. Terrell George Hansel and h. K. Henderson. W. A. Greeson who has been spending the holidays at the Home of Bis father at Alto has returned to Flint Mich. He is principal of the High school at that place. Til is is the chief preparatory institution for the Ann Arbor schools. He will attend the state teachers Institute at Lansing before reaching Flint. Geo. W. Morris of Marietta Ohio w to has been visiting his Uncle Jos. T. Morris for some time past returned to his Home last week. By his gentlemanly deportment and entertaining manners or. Morris made Many friends while Here who regret his departure. Although not yet of age or. M. Is a thorough business Man full of life and Energy. His musical accomplishments Are remarkable and his skill on the piano and Organ was the subject of remark he has been travelling for the last two years i for the music House of Pierce amp co., nth a to. $35,��� $ Worth of 35,00� dry goods clothing boots and shoes to be sold within the next sixty Days sixty Days we bought them All when goods were Down cheap and a propose to give our customers the Benefit 01 our by a Lunate purchases. We have in Stock Over 500 Mies finales my Dolman. 500 bought at a discount of j. R. Nation left on monday last for. A and a Junction City kas., and has a Good a six weeks visit among relatives Ana 1 friends in Kansas. Forty per cent. Forty per cent. Wood. Repair and improvements. Hired help. Hewing machine. Loan due and interest. Years Day. 71198 129.74 10.00 330.04 35.00 12.53 385.99 those handsome parlor and chamber suits at h. C. Harris can now be had at wholesale prices As he is bound to a close Mem 12-5w a a there were 70 interments in Crown Point cemetery during 1879. This is a slight decrease compared with former years. In 1878, there were 90,and in 1877,108. There were Temperance services held at the Baptist Church last Sabbath morning and at night. Seventy six persons mostly Young people and children signed the pledge. A everybody knows what kind of a Stock of bureaus Book cases Center tables etc., h. C Harris keeps. He is closing them out at manufacturers prices. See for yourselves and be convinced. 12-5w the $37 that were recently stolen from father Lordeman were not a Laid away for a Rainy Day a but belonged to the orphans collection it being the amount that was collected on Christmas Day for the Benefit of the poor orphans of this diocese. Total. &2.o08.v2 which was approved. The following persons were elected officers for the ensuing year president or. A. F. Armstrong. First vice president mrs. Judge Linsday. Second a a a a mrs. A. Of Day Huff. Recording Secretary mrs. L. M. Nixon Secretary mrs. Or. Mavity. Treasurer . E. Haskett trustees Peter b. Hersleb it. E. Haskett and Peter a Kennedy. Mrs. Armstrong from the committee appointed to Confer with the commissioners of Miami county regarding the care of the orphans of that county reported that they had visited Miami county and conferred with the Board but no final action was taken. Mrs. Dixon the retiring president read a Short address regarding the Home rehearsing the trials the association had to pass through in order to accomplish what they had. This address will be published in full next week. # a vote of thanks was tendered mrs. Dixon and then the association adjourned until the first Friday in february when they will meet at the residence of or. Mavity. Jake Graves and Norah Lynch were married at Brooklyn ind., on december 25th. No cards. Or. J. B. Cheadle of Rockville was the guest of Alfred Lee and family on last saturday and sunday. Miss Mary Philips went to Peru on thursday to be present at the marriage of miss Alice shirk record As a commercial traveler wish hint Success. We announcements. The Beri ers. On thursday evening january 8th, the celebrated Berger family troupe Are to give one of their Superb enter tangents at the opera Hall this will an a a events Here for the bergers Are known throughout the entire land As Oft of wholesale prices and we can retail our cloaks our neighbors paid and then make a fair living profit. And Bales of at 25 per cent. Less than we also have 50 eases Brown and bleached muslims Worth from 1 to cents per Yard More than we pail for them bul we shall continue to sell them at the old prices. Being not Only one of the oldest but mrs. J. M. Thacker of Frankfort is ode q the most Chaste am High toned troupes in this country. Nothing can be More exquisite than the charming music they produce and the whole entertainment is delightful in its variety As Well As in its Novelty. All the ladies in this company Are skill Paisley shawls Brocha shawls India shawls Plain shawls plaid shawls visiting in the City the guest of her daughter mrs. Emma Howard. Noah Siler of West Manchester Ohio was in the City this week visiting his Uncle Andrew Kouerman. Or. Geo. H. And miss Lizzie Brouse and Abel Risinger of Eaton Ohio Are de artists and proficient on both string dress goods. Visiting John Risinger in this City. And brass instruments. A full House will miss Etta Dayhuff of Paoli ind undoubtedly Welcome them the sister of or. A. F. Dayhuff is visiting tickets Are put at very reasonable Fig tie i Amity of the latter in this City. Urls. And can now be procured at the or. Davis of new Castle. Ind., was the guest of or. And mrs. Michael. Troupe is held elsewhere we copy the following from the St Louis Republican of september 16th a the bergers opened a season at Home at Galveston on tuesday. He a the olympic theatre last night to a says his visit Here has improved his Fine attendance and were warmly Wel health considerably. Corned. Until last season they had not visited this City for years and at mrs. Martha Crook of Franklin that time they stayed just Long enough Ohio and mrs. Mary Baret of Ander to re establish themselves in the a son ind., Are visiting in the family of j Quaintance of St. Louis and create an appetite for they might opera House drug store. As tending to show the estimation in which this Thompson near this City on saturday last. Amos Kouerman returned to his All kinds made and at lower prices than Ever known. Auction carpets auction carpet from 20 to 40 cents. Dress goods. Of All kinds and at lower prices than any other House can make. Black Cashmere we guarantee 25 per cent cheaper than can be bought elsewhere and Black Silks lower than Ever known. Walker boots and shoes. Are the Best made in America and every pair warranted. If they do not prove satisfactory we done to have them patched up for you but give you a new pair and we sell them at i nver prices than others sell inferior makes at. If you want the Chicago boo i s. That some of our neighbors brag 0 much about we can sell them to you by we done to recommend our customers to buy them at from $1.75 to �2.50 per pair. Clothing. $10,000 Worth. Clothing. Must be sold within the next thirty Days. A Fine audience greeted the Graves a Boniface company in the play of a a Queen a evidence a at the opera House last monday night. It was the dramatic event of the season and everybody who attended was Well pleased. Or. Mcneil should receive a More Liberal patronage when he brings such entertainments to Kokomo. Y. M. C. A. Notes. The y. M. C. A. Reading club met at the residence of Joseph Hamilton last tuesday evening and had a most enjoyable time. The club is now endeavouring to master Othello. Yum. Rayls in this City. Will c. Purdum will r. Philips and Cassius Shirley will return to Ann Arbor University to Day after spending the Holiday vacation at Home. Miss Case a charming Young lady of Marion and an elocution St of great ability is visiting in the City the guest of misses Minnie and Rebecca True following will be found the noun cements sunday 3,30 p. In gospel meeting at orphans Home. Tuesday 7 p. In. Reading club at the residence of j. H. Kroh. The y. M. C. A. Reading club elected the following officers on last tuesday evening president a. M. Hilt. Vice president Maud Anderson. Secretary Stella Bernard. Treasurer Tish i a Guinn. Director a. D. Johnson. The association in this District is invited to meet in convention at of cd Phi on saturday Jan. 3d, 1880, to remain in session Over the following Day. A preliminary meeting will be held on Friday evening Jan. 2d, at which an address of Welcome will be delivered by one of the resident pastors to be responded to by l. J. Kirkpatrick president of the Kokomo association after which a Praise service will be held conducted by Geo. B. Chamber lain of Lafayette Secretary of the a bound volume of the Tribune state association. Entertainment will for 1879 before us. During the year be provided for All delegates by the in fifty two numbers of this paper we citizens of Delphi. Ministers and Lay have issued 475 pages. Each Page men in towns within the District where contains six columns so thak we have there Are no associations Are cordially sent out during the year 2,850 col invited to attend As delegates. A ques urns of Reading matter including and Tion drawer will be opened for the Pur Vert sements. We believe this is a full pose of bringing before the convention measure a for the subscription Price anything of interest to the cause. A recharged $1.75. 2,850 columns of Reading matter would make a Book almost if not quite As Large As websters unabridged dictionary. There is no Reading matter Given to the pub % lie that is so valuable or so cheap As newspapers. Nathaniel Lodge no. 389, at Fairfield installed the following officers to serve for the ensuing year on last saturday night a Applegate w. M. L. L. Bennett s. W. J. Comer j. W. J. T. Dyar treasurer. J. Hall Secretary. J. Vav. Kirkpatrick s. D. La. Martin j. D. E. Armacost. Tyler. Only $16,000. On yesterday the Kokomo gaslight and Coke company entered suit against the City for violation of the contract with the Gas company praying that judgment be Given them in the sum of $16,000. The mayor and councilmen were us bpm i tied on yesterday to appear in the circuit court on the 13th Day of the present month. A a we bound of Massa Kun a straights farm. Bah a on last saturday a company of coloured emigrants from North Carolina numbering fourteen including women and children passed through this oily. To the question where Are you going a the spokesman for the party answered after a Little hesitation As if mentally doubting whether or not that was a fair question a we i bound Sah to Massa Kun a Streight a farm up Pouf Sah a a a nah a i thought As much replied his interlocutor As me train pulled out with its precious cargo of imported votes to be cast in Indiana for the Republican ticket at the aged the coming presidential dispatch. This a company of coloured emigrants contained two voters the others were women and children. A very Large cargo indeed of imported ? votes. But the democracy must howl you know. Pare your questions beforehand. The general Secretary l. W. Munhall will be present. About that lumber Rule. To me editors of the Tribune in the dispatch notice of the Catholic fair this is claimed that or. Blouse res friends saw a signs of wonder what those signs were ? the main sign was that the friends of or. Vinnedge had the Blouser Side in a pocket in this Way there being but five Hundred tickets on a Side or. Vinnedge received on the first ballot 103 majority. When the tickets were counted so that tickets could be sold again or. Yen Edge a friends As fast As the tickets could be counted in five Hundred ready to bal lot again which would leave the result the same As the first and they were prepared to ballot the third time in the same Way. The friends of or. Blouser could see this and gave up the contest for this and no other re Asor a a Justice. Kokomo iud., Jan. 1,1380. An blood. I a family reunion was recently held at the Home of b. V. Jackson in Harrison township at which 70 persons were present. The occasion was very enjoyable. Misses Belle renin and Nellie Lefter Man of Peru Are visiting in the City the guests of w. H. Sellers a family. They came to the City to attend the Jay Halliday nuptials. B. B. Hill a Cousin of or. E. W. Sawyer is visiting the latter in this City. Or. Hill is a military student at the Pontiac Mich., Academy and wears his a regimental miss Ella l. Childs celebrated her loth birthday anniversary at the family residence on last monday afternoon. A number of Little folks were present and a very enjoyable time was had. Nathul Bell and wife and and family of this City together with prof. W. A. Bell and family of Indianapolis spent Christmas in Peru the guests of or. And mrs. Geo. I. Reed. About one week ago Jesse Cate found a sack of merchandise and left it at the West end meat Market. The owner can have the same by calling there proving property and paying for this notice. Richmond Terrell a relatives gave him a Happy Surprise at his residence near Alto on Christmas. While David Terrell was absent at the reunion some one left a Large dinner Bell at his residence. The kind donor is unknown. On last tuesday mrs. Emma Ricketts left for a Short visit to the family of her Mother mrs. Col. Murray at Princeton ills. Mrs. Murray time since received a dangerous fall and has been in poor health from the Accident Ever since. Ned. Elum was masqueraded As the a smartest Man on the Cincinnati enquirer staff Quot at the Catholic fair last saturday night and was a introduced All around by Uncle Natty Bell who seemed to enjoy the joke As Well As anybody Atter he found it out. A very Happy family reunion occurred at the residence of or. And mrs shadrach Stringer at Alto last sunday. Forty persons were present among whom were the families of t. A. Davis John t. Stringer George Greeson Charlie Wilson Richmond More of them whenever return. Their reception last night fulfilled this Promise and they Are booked for a successful week. Prom the opening parlor orchestra by the bergers the interest never flagged and such an enjoyable entertainment combined As they offers All clean and fit for the Parlord is Given by no other travelling troupe in this Rev. F. A. Conwell who is connected with the Western seamen a Friend society will speak in the several churches and sunday schools to Morrow explaining the object of this charitable institution he will canvass among our citizens next week. D. A Patterson will preach at the Christian Church to Morrow morning and evening. Davis amp co., Mammoth Corner. Marriages. County clerk Cooper has issued the following marriage licenses since our last report Issiac Sturgeon to Harriet Hall. Jesse Phelps to Nettie Koup. Hiram w. Lyons to Sarah j. Smith. James b. Livingston to Mary j. Butcher. Nathan Peters to Mary c. Price. Gilbert i. Jay to Sadie i. Halliday. Jacob w. Imbie to Angeline Hoover. Samuel Baden to Hannah j. Ratcliff win. N. Hoggs to kale Hay i. Frank m. Coley to Eugene i. Ray. Asbury Cook to Catharine Piatt. Am i i he it. Opera House. Thursday eve., Jan. 8th. The bergers will appear for the for to time in their tamed concert. 12 Star artists 12 Lor slings humor. In in mental Solo Ort a Ira. To All whom it Mav concern. Tile last Issue of tub Tki bunk contained an article headed a a new i he undersigned were swindled by this scheme As ladies Silver Cornet Bandi Well As several others in this county. E at the last meeting of the Kokomo literary club the question a resolved Persou interested meet at the to in need that the right of voting should not be i burial rooms on saturday Jan. To 18"u, to talk the matter Over and take such action As necessary. We also warn All persons restricted to any sex a was discussed. Those who affirmed were d. C. Arnold b. B. Johnson and Scott Armstrong. Or. White will c. Smith and d. W. C. Smith opposed. The question was decided in the affirmative. Mrs. Frank Scofield mrs a. F. Armstrong mrs. R. Q. Wilson t. E. True blood or. Wilson Jos. Braboy and h. B. Havens took part in the irregular debate. I have lately purchased the factory known As the Kirkpatrick so Hickman chair factory and fitted it up for the purpose of manufacturing a general line of furniture for the wholesale Trade. I j find it will be necessary to devote my time attention and Means to the Man j fac tuning business alone to make it a Success therefore i have determined to close out my retail business both furniture and undertaking at wholesale prices. These wholesale prices mean Cash and Cash Only. H. C. Harris 12-5 North Side Square. I interments in Crown Point cemetery. The following Are Hie interments in Crown i Poi cemetery Lur the month ending de j Cern Ber i "799. Elijah Bay residence. Center tp., age j a snort years disease lung fever. 14. Carrie b. Jones City age 7 months croup. 19. Infant of e. S. Campbell Center to. Age 2 Days. 21. Miss Georgia Buck City age 26 years consumption. 23. Thomas Mcdowell City age 24 years inflammation of the bowels. 23. Charles Radner. Center to. Age 18 years brain fever. Best bargain in this county. 13,200, Cash will buy a 13,445 judgment against the 160 acre All fenced half cleared Avery farm one mile North of Kokomo which will not Likely be redeemed. 12a 2 8. T. Stout. Is against buying the forged notes bearing our signatures. . Tomisin. A a a real estate transfers. J h kills to Rebecca Mccormack i acre and 142 rods in Sec 25, town 23, Range 5, n 90. Rebecca Mccormack to m do kills same As above f300. W d Ellis to lev Cannet same As above �259. Levi Conner to Henry Harvey same us above s i 50. Margaret i Ehmon to a w Lei Mon Kun we Nee x. Town 23, Range 3, 80 a 3,000. Suau Long to John Troyer sw>4 ne1 Sec 5,town 23, Range 4, to a ,200. Caleb a Clamp to f m and w p Champ North end East new 14 Sec la town 24 Range 4, 30 ii is too. We Wallace to Mary k Floyd lot no i 3, Kokomo r and l add 1250. Frank Mew Bunney to eur b Brown 30 a in so 4 Sec 5, town 23, Range a a s340. We Middleton to w h Collins lot la in Menard add to Russiaville 9200. A a Covalt to w Vav thrasher lot 6 in be grave add to Greentown Soo. Tho j Polk to e p Stone eve he i4 pc 8, town 24, Range 2, 80 acres �2,000. E Aud j c Ray i to Joseph �?~4 w a new i Sec 20, town 24, Range 4. S70u. Sarah c Gray to Mary a Stepp lot 47 in Kokomo r g Smiths add ,300. Robert e Haskett to Byron Haskett it new t4 see 36, town 24, Range 3, s700. Byron Haskett to c a Jay same As above Hoo. Isaac Moss to Daniel a Ardess e % Neh Sec 22,town 24 Range 3, #125. David Johnson to John r Johnson s be % be v4, Sec la town 24, range2, 20 a $600. Miss Etta Morgan saxophone soloist. Miss Marie roller. Violinist. Or. Louis f. Boos Cornet virtuoso or. Sydney Burt the great humor u and character vocalist. Admission Circle and parquet. 50eta gallery. 3 a to no extra charge for reserving tickets on Sale at the opera Bothie drug store. Aeh hoots is. The do Berry Bunch. By Mary Hartwell f Athrur timid a splendid Story for children. Beautifully illustrated Price ni.2.1. Ask your bookseller for it or it will be sent to any address Post paid on receipt of retail Price by messes. D Lothrop to co publisher to Boston mass 24 sheets of paper or 24 envelopes for 5 cts. At Meyer Bros 2d door South of Post office. I2w2 letter list no. Z. The following is a list of letters remaining dead and unclaimed at the Kokomo Post office county of Howard and state of Indiana for the week ending Jan. 2, 1830 Market. David Neff miss Ella Cox Rev. Irvin Neff Jas Denton Henry h Owens Robert Green David Powell mrs Almira Heaton Joseph Shepherd b f Holman mrs Matild Toner Jacob w Johnson Spurgeon Thomas w l Jackson j an w Adner m. Kirkman John Young miss Rosa Linson George please give number of list when calling for above letters. O. A. Som ers p. M. The latest markets. Kokomo ism., Jan. 3, 1830. Flax Straw $4.00. Oil barrel staves�?115 to �16 per m. Heading bolts-�3.50 # $5.00 per Cord. Grain markets. Wheat we quote prices $1.25 flour in gel demand at 2.50 to 3.00. Corn�?old.30c, for 70, new 30 for 72 is Oats at 25. Rye�?60. Barley�?60. Flax seed prime 1.00. To Moth y seed-2.00. Clover seed�?5.00. Green hides firm at 3c. Grocery and produce Market. Hogs Gross 3.50 to 3.75 cattle fat Beeves Gross 2,25 to 3 of Bacone firm go cur it cured Side 6c, salt�?1.80 hams at 7 cents. Butter 12k#15 cents. Bees Wax goal demand at 15 per eggs fresh. 13 c per Dos. Lard Dull at 7 c. Potatoes Irish Good 40 e per by rags firm at in per Pound. Chickens Young $2.00, # 2.25. Turkeys�?5e prob Gross to dressed. Geese Choice live 35, ducks Choice live per Dos. 1,50 # 1,75, tallow in fair demand a St a

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