Kokomo Saturday Tribune in Kokomo, Indiana
10 Jan 1880

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10 Jan 1880

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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - January 10, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana I he Kokomo saturday Tribune january to pages. Kokomo Tribune. Ten pages. Widows unmarried females and minor children no longer exempt from taxation engravings chromes panel item of interest of a society or personal no Flower pieces Chromo mottoes Etc., lure Are a elicited. All social matter visit All of which will be sold at one Hail in stranger Etc., we will be pleased to men the usual Price. A so on hand a Fine Hon in tills column. Please be Brief and to assortment of card Board perforated $35,000 saturday january loth 18s0. Local news. Hereafter the Tribune will not be put to press until saturday morning. Ten pages this week. Jhson has Given us a bad Send off for weather. Wild cat has been Laving a High old time this week a a does your name appear in the delinquent tax list _ a a a a the weather during the past week has dumb founded the oldest inhabitant. _ a a a goo papers and magazines for you to select from for subscriptions at Meyer Bros. In a suit recently brought before Hon. John a. Holman judge of the Superior court of Marion county against the City of Indianapolis to recover taxes paid where parties were j entitled to exemption under the Law of 1873, it was held that widows unmarried females and minor female children j were not entitled to any exemption i the Point. Editor Tki bask miss Bessie Kirk of Muncie is visiting miss Minnie Pattison in this City miss Debbie Rich has accepted a position in the recorders office of this county. Mrs. Amy lawyer of Franklin Ohio is visiting mrs. We. Rayl. In this City. Mrs. O. Vav. Lee of Sturgis mich., from taxation under such Law. That is visiting in the City the guest of such Law As passed by the Legisla j mrs. Philip Deusner. Ture of 1873 was based on Section 1 of the misses hazzard of Kokomo article 10 of the Constitution of Indi Are visiting in Peru As guests of miss Lillie Tyner of re Ana which reads As follows i a eth general Assembly shall provide by Law fora uniform and a it jul rate of asses Merit and taxation and shall prescribe such regulation As shall secure a just valuation for taxation of All property both real and personal excepting such Only tor municipal educational literary scientific religious or charitable purposes As May be specially exempted by the legislature had in View prop Lerty used tor charitable purposes in i passing such Law of 1873, giving wid another sensible article on a up cacti exemption of >500 where by a a a. In is in hand the property does not exceed in value mottoes picture cards and nails Stereoscope foreign and Domestic views. Amp a. Of photograph frames we have an endless variety All of which will be sold at a great sacrifice. All those having pictures that need framing should Call Early to see our Mould Ings. Done to forget a he place in Armstrong Pickett a co s Block South Side of the Square. The undertaking department at h. C. Harris establishment is not excepted in the general closing out. But his entire Stock which is Complete in that line comprising caskets Robes Etc., will be sold at wholesale prices tor Cash. 12-w Worth of $35,000 publican. Miss Clara Hazeltine of new Paris Best bargain in this county. Ohio is visiting her aunt and Uncle Ami ant no iou Acreman enc a Ishi i Quot ared Avery farm one mile North of Kokomo which will not Likely be redeemed. V2 s. T. Stout. 12w2 Cal and will appear As soon As we can find room for it. An interesting serial Story is commenced in this Issue by county auditor. H. L. Moreland a hich w ill no doubt be perused with interest by those who have paid their taxes. Is. The state and Delegate boards of agriculture meet at Indianapolis on tuesday. T. In Kirkpatrick represented Howard county in the convention. A. L. Shari it also attended the county clerk has issued marriage licenses to the following persons since our Salt to report churl Hutu to Mary Alba Tole. Alphonzo l. Gurley to Elizabeth Waltz. A readable card was received this week from Peters run North Branch but the correspondent fails to give his name hence the correspondence does not appear in our suburban news columns. Pi.000. Judge Holman held that the Constitution related to property used and occupied tor charitable purposes anti that the Law of 1873 was unconstitutional. Judge Woollen attorney general of Indiana in the journal of january 6th, a says that the decision of judge hoi Man is right and that taxes should be collected without regard to the provisions of Section 7. Of the tax of 1872-73.&Quot no exemptions will Law issued hereafter Fly the auditor Howard county under such Law. I of announcements the y. C. A. Announcements. Saturday 7 p. In. Gospel services at Russiaville. Sunday morning and evening ser vices at Russiaville. Tuesday 7 porn. Reading club at residence of key. E. Hohnstock. My a e list e r s Minst r Els at the opera House next a vedness publican. Day night january 14th. Those who witnessed the entertainment by this or. And mrs. Ross j. Hazeltine in this City. Miss Mary Philips of Kokomo is visiting at the residence of w. G. Raymond West third Republican. Or. And mrs. O. L. Hinton will in Ive on monday next for Hutchinson Kansas. Which place they will make their future Home. Miss Tudie Bohan of Kokomo Lias been spending a few Days with her Cousin. Miss Maggie Fulton of this Democrat. C. R. Kellar and c. C. Mcfann of this county left on last monday Lur Dayton Ohio to attend the Miami commercial College at that place. Or. And mrs. Jus. Jeffries of Danville i returned to their Home on tuesday after a weeks visit to or. And mrs. W. A. Kennedy in this City. Or. Lon Everton of Greensburg iud., has purchased tile shoe store of John Steward on Railroad Street and will remove to this City the coming week. Miss Lizzie Sheridan principal of the Catholic schools at Kokomo spent tile holidays in Peru. She is one of the finest vocalists in re letter list no. A. Tile following is a list of letters remaining dead and unclaimed at the Kokomo Post office county of Howard and state of Indian for tile week ending Jan. Ii 10 Anderson dark i. 2 Harbert Schuyler 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 we propose to give cur customers the Benefit of our fortunate purchases. We have in Stock Over .5 j cloaks and Mims. 500 bought at a discount it forty per cent. Forty per cent. Battorff Thomas a Bourne Vav la Clark John s Carr miss Mary k cipher Tiss Nora a Bantu 1 ill Curtis mrs Maria Coli Hahn Sarah Crockett miss m e Dayton miss Mary Douglas m iss la i hairy Almeda to vines mrs Lydia Johns in k Trail j Jones mrs Jane Jones i it son t Cor it Metier Moil 2 i fir m r. Dann win moult it Rudolph i it t y ii t Hla off of wholesale Price and we can retail our cloaks at 2 per cent less than our neighbors paid and turn make a fair living profit. We also have 50 cases and Bales of Brown and by Lach old muslims Worth from i to 2 cents per Yard More than we paid tor them but we shall Dunn miss la i cd ii Art Elk ear Soto lev continue to the in at the old ices. Dawson Frank Flake William Al a be Volt it Guinn miss a Arrie 1 Anions Gordon Good win Jacob Gardner Thomas c Hall mrs Robert m Harris miss Molly Harrison a a us i ton m Roll j Porter lads Patterson John w Petty j s Iii tut 1 of or m l Ramsey a i a Rivers t diaries Hubert it Sarah a Roberts Sadie swat Tigard do up mister i Ucinda Paisley shawls Brocha shawls India shawls Plain shawls shawls Swine miss Ida Hoek pens mis Fanny sponge Motley Hamilton kale West mrs Jane Heinickle Liney Weakley sirs Howard miss Jane Iii Elm Emma Hull v Vvs v Oiler Lizzie ii la under Thomas Yoder mrs it a Hennepin Patrick please it Ive number of list when calling for above letters. O. A. Som Krs p. About Twenty communications Are j company at the opera House tile col now in hand written tor i he i Tribune some of them will appear As soon As we can find time to look Over them much of our space now is taken up with advertisements. The woman a club elected tile Fol lowing officers at their meeting last saturday president a or. A. F. Armstrong. Vice president a or. N. It. Linsday. Treasurer mrs Frank sen Field Secretary mrs. K. Price. A by an unintentional oversight the fist of High school averages published last week did not contain the names of Mollie Reeves whose average was 95 8 Arsenal Dyar 969 Etta Armstrong 92.6. J. Hitt principal. Lest night of last Winter pronounced it tile finest minstrel entertainment Ever Given Here by any minstrel company. It is an entertainment tor the elite. I the 7.wz\y.zanesville,september nth says of them Mcallister a minstrel do All that is advertised and the whole affair is certainly the most Complete and varied Novelty organization now travelling. They were applauded to Hie Echo. Or. J. La horse buyer is still in the City and desires to Purchase a few More horses. He can be found at the livery stable of Frank a. Price on Walnut Street. Will Mayer of North Manchester and e. Hobbs of Salem ind., were in town last saturday and gave Usa Brief Call in company with misses Nota and Flora Trueblood. As a pedestrian or. J. L. Wampler of this county cannot be beat. On popular prices of admission 35 and Jast saturday he walked from the farm 50 cent. No extra charge for Reserve 0j Joseph Brown in Union township a ii. Ii. whose initials will be recognized by Many of our readers contributes a Fine poem a human sleep to this Issue of the Tribune. I his is the authors first Effort in tins line. We believe but we Hope he will favor us often. A a the following officers of the congregational sunday school were elected last sunday to serve during the ensuing year a Peri tit cadent l l. . As t j. Fred Vittle. Sic a miss Eva liens. Treasurer Wilie sumption. My scats rickets now on Sale at the opera House drug stole musical convention. Prof. J. William suffering of new York City will hold a musical convention in Kokomo commencing the first week in february. This teacher conies Well recommended. Tile Cost Fertile term of four Days three sessions each Day will be >1 50 per Pupil. Our music Loving citizens should assist in making this convention a Success All citizens of this Vicinity who feel interested Are invited to participate. A concert will be Given at the close of the convention in which the whole class will take part. Further announcement will soon be Given. All who desire further information concerning the convention will Call upon re. Bitjeman John Vav. Barnes. A. N. Grant w. A. Irvin or a. C. Hopkins. All subscribers to the Tribune whose time expired with january 1, 1880. And who have not yet renewed will be dropped Horn our mailing lists after our next Issue. We have Given j them three weeks a Grace a a and they a delightful evening. The Kokomo cooking club is a perfect Success. It is on a substantial foundation and will take its place among the permanent institutions of our grow m us not get mad if their paper stops ing City. On Friday evening of list coming. At the Quaker meeting at new Lon Don David Dunean of West Middleton lost a bran new and Good umbrella which was replaced by a most worthless one. Of the de predator does rot leave tile Good one at Newlin Beeks drug store his name will be Given to the Public. a the week or prayer has been observed jointly in this City by the in. E. And friends churches. I he first three Days of the wreck meetings v. Re held at the latter and i e last three at the m. K. Church. The subject of a prayer for t it Day saturday is Home and foreign missions for the out pouring of the spirit upon All flesh and the conversion of the a. F. Philips. La d. G. Installed the officers of Good intent Lodge 29, knights of pythias at their Castle half in this City on last wednesday evening. As follows i bist Chancellor d. F. Bell Chancellor commander. J. Ray. Vice Olin Nallur v. N. Grant. Prelate k. U. Wun. Master of exchequer d u. Sprayer. Master of Flo lice ii. Wot. Keeper of record and it a a k. Vav. Al Ani master artus j. T. Neilson. Inner guard r. Mills. A Ater guard. J. Weaver. Week the Home of the Junior editor of the Tribune was made most Happy by an entertainment Given by the Young ladies comprising this club. It was a leap year party and tile voting ladies sent out beautifully printed invitations to a number of Young men requesting the pleasure of their company for the evening. Promptly at 8 of clock an omnibus Load of Young people stopped at our Home and for three hours they made the time pass most enjoyably. The Young ladies entertained their guests in a most sumptuous manner. Good music and dancing was indulged and the refreshments were fit for a King. Fhe bounteous repast w to contributed by the following members of the club each contributing the article named flout. I Blanch Klutz Whit Ake m a Ida licked roast Turkey m Para Bon-1ia�. Cake. M is Eva fleas a Cali a a a a the Berger family Concei t company were greeted by a Large and appreciative audience at the opera House on last thursday evening. It is Gratifying to know that our people now patronize Good entertainments better than Ever before. The bergers Are first class in every Way Sidney Burt is a versatile humorous actor but not so Good As sol. Smith Russell who is inimitable. But Burt deserves to take rank next to Russell. The program was Good in every Way. And every performance was heartily encoded. No musical entertainment Ever Given in Kokomo has satisfied a our people so Well As the mergers. A Cit it a a a i i tester Miamia Davis cot fee i Quot Wil ii a Richmond. The Chi also supplied Jelly Pine-appl1, Coffee pickles Luad Etc. Misses Maggie Gilbert and Fine Blake also members it the club. Were unavoidably absent. In addition to those mentioned above. Miss Jessie Day Huff Al ads City and misses Belle renin and Nellie Petter Man. Of Peru Ere present also the Young gentle no n who were guests of the club. Long live the Kokomo cooking club. Our Latch string will always be out and we hot a to receive frequent visits from the club the members Are always Welcome. A a the Christian Sabbath school elected the following officers on last Sabbath superintendent. A. R. Walker. A t miss Al urn. Treasurer. Hex. J. Kirkpatrick. Sec a m sgt Lizzie darn a ii. A t Sec a Arthur Ellis organist i Fannie Anderson. A t organist min Nellie Bennett. Librarians Miwa Laura Bennett and Eva Moore. To this City in two hours and forty five minutes distance nearly 13 Miles on monday next or. S. T. will leave for Indianapolis and will be absent until priday evening. Or. is one of the clinical instructors in the Indiana dental College and will deliver two lectures there during the week. F l. Davis returned to this City on wednesday evening alter a prolonged absence in Colorado. Lawson is the picture of health and while not so handsome As when he left Here yet As he informs us he knows a great Deal More. He brought with him a very handsome collection of specimens from the Kokomo mining company s lands in that state. A letter from Sand Creek Adair co., mo., written by mrs. C. Pm Ashley in forms us that since site Arni or. By. P. Ashley went to that place from Howard county the health of or. A. Bas been entirely restored. He expects to reside there tor some time and has purchased a farm fifteen Miles South of Kirkville. We Hope the Ashley family May always Prosper. J. B Carter Lias gone East again to buy goods and will be absent about two weeks. He intends to Purchase a Mammoth Stock of notions and foreign goods. Or. Carter has had nearly twelve year s experience in Titis business and is a reliable dealer. No Western firm can undersell him. He is thoroughly honest and Square in his dealings with Evert body and ins Trade has increased every year since he Lias lived in Kokomo. This year he do a More extensive business than Ever before. O. L Moulder late of the Bee hive store will travel tor or. Catter in future. He is a no. 1 Salesman. G. W. Smith who was in Kokomo last season and while there contributed some interesting Corn Spon Dence to the Republican has accepted a position shirk it Miller tor the present year. He entered his new position and began the discharge of its duties new it arts Day. Or. Smith will have charge of the agricultural implement department of that firms extensive business tor which Fie is As Well qualified is any Man on the Wabash. A Pei u rep a bit eau. During or. Smiths resilience in Kokomo he made Many warm friends who regret his departure but who wish him abundant Success wherever he May go. Those handsome parlor and chamber suits at h. C. Harris can now be had at wholesale prices As Fie is bound to a close pm 12-5w a steam saw Mill and planing Mill for Sale. The undersigned has Tossalea steam saw and planing Mill the Mill is located at Russi Ville is doing a Good business 300 logs now lying in the Yard. Also three Good log wagons for Sale. To r is made known on application. Cad on or address. W. H. Bowers i3-w3pd. Russiaville id. A a a a a a annual meeting. The annual meeting of the Kokomo Bull i 11 it loan fund Ami savings association will he held at tile y. U. A. Hall on monday evening. February 2d, is it at 7 o clock Lor the purim of electing nine directors to serve during the ensuing year. I it i w 11 by Davis Secretary. All kinds made and at lower prices than Ever known. Auction carpets auction carpets from 20 to 40 cents. Dress goods. 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 tor you but give you a new pair and we sell them at lower prices than others sell Interior makes at. If you want the Chicago Boi is. That some of our neighbors brag so much about we can sell them to you by we Don t recommend our customers to buy Tiem at from $175 to $2.50 per pair. Clothing. $10,000 Worth. The latest markets. Kokomo i md., Jan. To i Sho. Fea x Stra w Loo. A t. A Hull it la \ est is 5 to Sio per m. Ii Ming bolts s3.5u a i per Cord. Grain m a rets. Wheat we quote Price si.25 Fly it u i in i ii Good de ii a a i Ai 2. A �0 to 0.00. Orn old Boc lot to new so for 72 it Oats at 25. Ryks go. Barley to. Flax seed prime Loo. Tend Why sl.ld-2.no. List yer sled 5.on. Green 11 i Dos i a in at so. Grocery ant produce Market. I it his Gross 3.50 to 3.7 5 a at i let a i Bee v g re. 2.2 5 to 3,00 Bacon a firm Rountr it a i Reo Metie Salt so Iiams at 7 it. Lits. By i tlk�?12 _ us 15 cents. Beeswax a him a be timed it 15 per it eggs fresh. I s a a per Dor. La ill a i i ii it r. Lota roes Irish Good to a a per by. Hags Linn at in per Pound. Chickens Yount s2. It Ltd. -2.25. To it k l a so 5e or Iii g�<is.-, 7 2 til t it sed. Weeser it Hoie live 3a. Ducks i Hoice live per do. I 50 Ltd 1,75. Fallow a i ii Fui r Deli let lid it Pel to. Clothing must a sold within the next thirty Days. Davis amp co., Mammoth Corner. F leg a i. Niter ii malt. Kistler is by i Utu l of a Vendit Ioni exp a As to int directed from thee Elk of tin Howard circuit Enort i will Export at Public Sale. To Hie highest bidder on saturday january 31, i Between i he hours of look clock a. A. And i o clock l. M., of said nay at the door tit the court House in Kokomo Howard county. Indiana Tim rents and profit fora term not exceeding s Van years of the following real estate to wit. Commencing at Tho Northwest Corner of t be East half of t be non ii West liar Ter of Section Twenty Elijht us in township Twenty three 23 nor a of Range Hun to East running thence a tilth eighty �0 Rod thence East Twenty 20 rot theme North eighty i so rods i hence West Twenty i3<> rods to the place of in ginning ten do acres More or it is situate in Howard county Indiana. A lid on failure to realize tile full amount of judgment int rest Ami Tost i will at Lite same time Aud place expose to Public sate i the fee is Iii pie of said real is i ale. Taken As the property of Thomas Millikan at die suit id Jacob it. Fisher tor Ascot Assi Nee. Alexander in Dukk sheriff of. U. Jan. A i so 13 a a Legal. Is Ray Ai ice. Taken up by Iii. It. Dearinger. In Harriet m township. He a Waid county. Indiana it me Heifer Mark i and described As Billows Vav tote Back White on tin belly Usu White in fort head Aud crumpled horns supposed to be in a three y ears Obi. Appraised by Jesse Shaler Robert Harl ton and j. Hamilton at Jib before c. Vav. A us str ing j. I. J. Herl fun Sale. Pinson \ s least. Al 13-1 w i i. Attest j. By of it her clerk by virtue of a certified copy of a decree to in direct d from t he clerk of t he Howard Pireu it t Willt the a cause wherein Jonathan Johnson is plaintiff and Worley Lea Eli Abel to Leas it Al Are defendants reuniting my to make the sum of who thousand eight nun it d i soot dollars and seventy five to cents with internet in said decree and costs i will expose at Public Sale. To the highest bid do r. On saturday. January 31. Isho. Legal sheriff m Sale. By Viki us of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from die Jerk of the Howard Ciruli court in a cause wherein Edward j. Marshall is plaintiff and Anna Pickett Cyrus Lickett it Ai., ate defendant requiring my to make the sum of Rev Chi Hundred and forty nine 7 to Dollar and Twenty six i2�> cents with interest a a raid tis Cree and Coal i will i up seat Public Sale to tile highest bidder on saturday. January 31, pm Between the hour of to o clock a. In. And 4 o clock . Of said Day at tin door of the court House in Kokomo Howard county Indiana the rents Aud profits for a term not exec Ding seven years of the following real estate to a if commencing at the Center of Ca Tion eighteen til in township ,24 North of Range two i 2> a get. Thence running wast eighty of Rod theme North Stefn i fit Rod. A lie Nee East to Iris at 3#i red South 52thence East ten to rods thence North 1 j of a a i a i is t it a a a a a a North ti.72 Rod t Nell Ltd a e St 20. I i Rod. Do ice South 20.ho re of o the Phi. E of to it. eight and one Bai t acres situate in Howard county Indiana. If such a fit and profit wit n d or a sufficient sum to satisfy Ahi decree interest and costs i is Iii St die same turn and expose to put in Sale the a simple Jaid real estate or a a much thereof As May by u to till in i to discharge it <��?��?�,.�T�, int fest Kiel cts t said Sale will be made without any a of whatever from valuation or appt a meat Laws. Alex a so Der 11. Us is. Hitter if Ile. Jan. Ii Quot. Rant a Harue 13 w 3 atty for Luff. A to Lee a it .aeti.ursiilsnis. St at Vuk in f a s a How Kilt n i v i to i tie i j ret i i it it Aret Iii Benjamin f. A. A Admi of John m latter in Arri so. T stray Anile. k in up by Riley Dixon in earns n Tow n Sill a Quot Howard noun to. I rid Tana Iii the 15th Day of november i Quot tit line White Heller marked and described As follows Xuy Mark it it a brands apposed Lone Abo it one year old no. Appraise i i a la i Campbell Ami it. P. Remaster at 13-1 u p-1 a. U Ratcliff j. I. Ai test Jav. I a it Ler clerk. A a lick la heir a of in tithe to sell lie Al in de be wet to the to mrs of to of clock. A. Ami i o clock l. Vt., of said Day. At the door of the cont House in Kokomo. Howard county in is comp a j .,1 i Tny. Die tents id profits for a term no sex Thomas j. Wheeler reeding a v a years of die following real is it Al. Tate to Wil it of come f he pm int iat. T y in at the outta West Corner of j Ini Goff a or i by attorney s. Nod to Tad n la Oiler one Hundred and eight i of a plaint in re. N. I get r w an Aoji j in the original plat of tin town now City of the def Ltd nit to Thomas j. Vav be Ary parti to rids a montage and de of i to n la i a Vav heeler Hamu Eli a Wheler Are Nee suit which is to Torero a a a that they Are not residents of theist Diana. Notice j therefore tier by Given so defendants. That mites they he air i appear on the fourth lib Day of die next term of the circuit he Holden on the first monday of March i so Ai. The in Sis Koto. In said county and state Ami answer or demur to saut com Plain id a same will be heard and determined in their absence. In witness whereof. I Hereunto set my hand and affix the sen of said court at Kokomo Inis but Day of january Isho. 13-3w. J. , clerk notice to a on Liesik a it to. St at of in i a a in the circuit court How Alii Coo term i so i Kokomo building. I i Jinn fund a saving association is complaint no. 5375. Andrew j. Winmer i it a1. J now come the ply Litiff. By v Alle a Vail. A. Actor of. Aud flies her Eom amp i it iat herein to Vav comes the i Jai it of by v Ailt a a v a Egather with an affidavit that the defendant a tourneys and files Ber complaint Here j Andrew j. Dimmer is a Nee Emmry Portr to amp co. Block South Stile Square on or a Quot Quot of Emu tit. i. thai for three weeks Only the Chicago picture Frame manufacturing company will open in the Armstrong Pickett Static of in i an a # is. Hut a Kun pointy. J .1 Otice in hereby Given that we b. Al son admin i r Dor of tut a state of John Pursley deceased has r. U j in per it inn to Heil the real estate of the decedent his in so Ial property timing ii sufficient to pay hide its amt the Mani pudd u will hot at the next term of the circuit court of said county j. Vav. Ogler i 3-3w. Us i a c. C. Of Howard co. A Ltd Taco to Ali heat Cie lit a. State of is Bia n a it Iti the i Cuit Coart How a kit or inv. A March term. I to. Chai is d. Lofter is Jai of s. Albright and Jackson hippie Assignee. J of comes the plaintiff by Valle St Vaisie attorn s. My i Rise is comp herein. Together Quot with an Aiti David that the defend . And running thence wed fifteen 15 oils and Nineteen la link. n or Iii eight a Rod amt tat qty one 21 links i hence Ca i rift be n 15 a is and Nineteen. 11 ii of theme South to tile place of beginning containing one acre More or i in Piowar Ltd county Indiana. It such and of a re fit i w ill not s. La for a Cuifici it sum to Silt sly said a Lecren interest and costs. I will at die same Dine and lace expose to piddle Sal the of Elmp a of tint real is ate or so much thereof a May be of Ilcent to discharge said do tee interest Arni it a St s. Said Aie will be made without any Relief whatever a rom valuation or appraisement Laws. Alexander in Duke sheriff h. C. Jan. In is no. 13-w3 Bell at Mcdowell a ttys for pin. Scamp a a a min it. That vib Taler and complaint no. 5370. A of ice to a ii be aident. State of Indiana it in the circuit court Howard county. March term Abbu. La Che Moon complaint no. 5374. Melissa a a it net a1.1 n n about january 12th, with a Mammoth i Stock of picture trame and window Oarn Jee mouldings. The mouldings Are ail of the very latest styles Aud a very Best Quality and will be made to order and sold regardless of Cost or consequence for the next three weeks. A new feature in the music at this now is the time. Bring in your Pic sunday school will be the addition 01 Tures that you want framed. It will. A Cornet played by Dan. A Wilkins Cost you nothing to get our prices and it fax theses of a a a to cd a guv that Kokomo to Lead the singing. This is a first j we sell a Good motto Frame All com by of january Leso. J rate idea. J Piete with Glass Back and screw eyes i i3-3w. Ana and Are necessary parti to the foregoing action which i it foreclose mortgage of real estate in said county and stale. Notice is therefore hereby Given defendant. That Uuie they be Aud appear on the Tim Day of the next term of the circuit court to be Holden on the fir it monday of March. I so. Al the court House in Kokomo in Aam county an state and answer or demur to said complaint the same will be Beard Aud determined in their absence. In witness whereof i Hereunto set my hand j. W. Cooper clerk. David Moon and Mary l Moon Are non diligent inquiry Bas Bren made to ascertain of tin of Indiana Aud Are Nee residence of said defendant but that said a Clum a a a of is or partition of real estate said defendant notice is therefore hereby Given said de notice is therefore hereby Given said Defyn pc Dauts. That no less they be Aud appear on j Dan i. Dial unless a be appear or the 1st the first Day of the next term of die circuit \ Day of the next term of the circuit court to court to be Holden on the first monday of. Be Holden on the first monday of March. March i a it it. At the court House in Kokomo i boffo at the court House in Kokomo in said in said Kornily and state and answer or de county and state and answer or demur to Mur to said complaint Nesame will be heard i said complaint the same will be heard and and determined in their absence. Determine in his absence. In witness whereof. I Hereunto set my hand in witness whereof i Hereunto set my hand and affix the Seal of saj4 court at Koko and affix the Seal of said court at Kokomo. To this bib Day of january. Ibo. This Btl Day of january in to. 13-3w j w. Cooper clerk. J13 3s. J. Vav. Cooper. Clerk

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NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!