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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - May 15, 1880, Kokomo, Indiana Kokomo saturday Tribune Republican journal. Vol. 28. Kokomo ind. Saturday May 15, 1880.�?ten pages. No. 3 1 second edition at Arday May 15th, 4 30 of clock p. M. The City Council. Do Colb held an adjourned session last night. Salaries of the City officers fixed All except mayor. The democratic members a unit for increasing their own pay. v 1 View 11. J a. T i i -1. 1 a elder o. A. Burgess president of at 4�?~3� 0 clock on that morning Ais procure a Book and keep the same in fat residence. Kokomo Carne to Howard several councilmen attempt to Reward friends and punish enemies. Time of meeting a hanged to monday night so As to Cut of the Tribune. Fall proceeding of tile Ken Ion. Year. Or. Cole moved that the salary of councilmen be placed at $50 per year. Or. Armstrong moved to Amend placing the salary at $60. Those voting Aye upon the amendment were Gordon Cole Foiles Armstrong and Kern All the democratic members those voting no were Hunt Ellis and Jackson. Hie lobby was filled with by motion of or. Gordon the City i announcements. Obituary. Attorneys salary was placed at $250, a m. E. Church. James Wiley Purdum. With fees. This is a reduction of $20 Bro. Thomas Roberts will preach at j Jimmy Purdum is dead such was Over last year. The a. In. E. Church sunday 7 30 p. Rn., announcement which on last tues by motion of or. Cole the City fire others assisting. J.,engineers salary was placed at $300, y morn no shocked our Community. With House rent free As heretofore. This is an increase of ?3<> Over last but or University i will preach at the Christian Church next sunday morning and evening. Everybody invited. Por nearly two weeks he had Bern Baptist Church. Confined to his Home with i Flamma the pastor will by Ini Thea pulpit As of the intestines but he was not usual to Morrow morning and even ing. Subject in the morning a self considered in a dangerous condition respect and ail in until last sunday evening when his cited. I symptoms became alarming the in la in it Vij we. A en1 Ern a re Flam mation resu1ting in republicans and when it was observed at the opera House next Friday a a ra., perforation followed by that every democratic member had Lnu forty children talented artists in Braily causing perforation followed by mat every democratic member Nap Pinafore do not fail to take extensive and fatal peritonitis put himself on record for a higher Sal a Ore Don i Wiley Hmine Horn n. R Arv than was first no nosed a Hile they or children to witness this perform James Vav hey i urdu was born Ary than was first proposed while the i Michigantown Clinton county. Indiana republicans voted against the promo Ance Actu on november 16th. 1847, and was station the cheering was enthusiastic wh1 meeting at therefore in his 33d year. In 1862 in Howard county pioneers. William a a it i 11 n a or 11 22, i Mil la.4 Green county. Blu a. 4 41 years in at a meeting cd the old settlers 01 Indk Lda. m Twarug it. This county held at the fair grounds eat residence. Kokomo. On saturday. October 4, 1879, county Mitt it Norri a. Born sept. 2?, i3i, in a a ,. Vav syne county id. Aire la 4s years Iii auditor More and was requested to lni4ut.uindiana 32 it it and in Howard county. Pres soul passed from Earth and he was his office for the purpose of recording county feb. 23, 1 47. Married United with the Ange Hood of heaven he Llames of a the old settlers off rvs is it this county their Ages place of birth. Time of removal to Indiana and to Howard county and any other information he deemed necessary to obtain. This record or. Moreland obtained anti the same w As placed in his office. Quite a number of the old settlers have refolded tile information asked by k. Gray curs and la months in the War of the rebellion. Benjamin Pearl Tiger born Jan. 12, i Sai in Woodford county by. Age 4 9. 36 years in Indiana 26 years in Howard county. Present residence Ervin township. Shadrach Stringer born july 26, i i 5, in i Rankin county in. Age 63. 02 years in Indiana 23 years in Howard county. Present residence. Center township. Eli Stringer my father settled in Hie territory of Indiana Early in the year 105, one mile for in the Book but there Are a Large Outh of Brookville. Lived in the Reserve a and the laughter struck dismay in the democratic Camp j mrs. Jane Turners on wednesday j removed to this City and has resided Here since that time. In 1872 Fie Armstrong feeling chagrined Over May 19, at 2 30 of clock under the aus Bere since that time. In 1872 Fie Armstrong feeling chagrined Oyer woman a Christian tem formed a partnership with his brother s motion moved a reconsideration bikes 01 tile Vav Oman s pm Ristan pm e n. ,. My 1 Eranee Union. Al interested Are in Law or. L. Dolman in the Boot Perance cordially invited to attend. The City Council met in regular session last night with ail the members present mayor Darnall in the chair. Or. Voiles gave notice that he would serve the Short terms one Veary As councilman from the fourth Ward while or. Gordon would serve a full terms two years. Or. Cole offered a Resolution that a Board of health be elected by ballot which was adopted. Cole then nominated or. We. Cooper voiles nominated or. F. Vav. Heman and Kern nominated or. R. H. Smith. The mayor appointed Armstrong amp Jackson As tellers and the result of the first ballot was the election of the three physicians named. Or. Armstrong from the finance committee reported Back the clerks and treasurers reports for april finding them to be Correct which report was concurred in. Or. Armstrong from judiciary com a Mittee also reported Back the petition of sundry citizens asking that the License fee of Street auctioneers be placed at $15 a Day and recommended that the prayer be not granted. The report was received and placed on file. Or. Armstrong also reported Back the petition of Mary e. Terrell recon mending that �4 75 in taxes illegally assessed be refunded to her which report was concurred in. Or. Ellis from the committee on claims reported Back the following which were allowed to members of election boards.$28 of Ham Waggaman room rent. 2 of Tom Sullivan a a. 2 of we. It. Plough hauling. I of r. M. Cain City Are Engineer. 12 72 John m. Thompson Street work2 50 total Sis 22 ordinances. An ordinance providing for the improvement of South main Street from High Street to the Bridge came up on its second Reading and was referred to the civil Engineer to report Back at the next meeting. An ordinance was introduced by or. Armstrong providing for the establishment of a Board of police consisting of h. C. Cole Geo. I. Gordon and l. Kern who shall have entire control of the police Force of the City appointing special officers when necessary and also providing that the mayor shall appoint such a Board hereafter each year the Board to serve for one Vear. Hie rules were suspended and the ordinance was read a second time by title when the Blank of salary for special police services was filled at 52.00 per Day. Tile rules were again suspended and the Ordi Nance was read a third time and passed All tile Republican members voting no and All the democrats Aye. This ordinance takes the manage ment of police affairs out of the hands of the authorized officers and puts it into the hands of messes. Cole Gordon and Kern for tile ensuing year. Or. Cole introduced an ordinance fixing the salaries of City officers and appointees of tile Council. The rules were suspended and the ordinance was read a second time by its title when tile following action was taken or. Cole moved that the mayors salary be placed at 5100 per year. Lost. Or. Cole then moved that the mayors salary be placed at 5150 per Vear. Or. Jackson moved to Amend by placing salary at present figure 5450. The Republican members voted Aye on the amendment and the democrats nay. Upon the original motion being put $150 or. Cole voted ave and All the a her members nay. Or. Cole then moved that salary be fixed at 5200 ayes Cole. Gordon and voiles All the rest nay. The question 01 the mayor s salary was then passed no action having been taken. Or. Cole moved that the marshals salary be placed at boo As under a recent decision of the supreme court he gets no tees. Or. Hunt offered an amendment placing salary at $700, which was lost. Cole s original motion was then carried Hunt Only Volog in the negative. So the marshals so by was placed at �6oo per annul. Or. Gordon moved that the clerks Ary remain at the present figure. Too. Which carried. Or. Voiles moved that the treasurers Iju a re also remain at the present figure. Which w As agreed to. Motion of or. Gordon the in of Nten Dent cemetery shall receive 2� per annul a reduction last year. Of the vote which was lost. Or. Cole moved that the Street commissioner be allowed $2 per Day for each Day actually employed which was agreed to. Or. Gordon moved that the civil in j festival week after next the exact time Ginger be allowed $2 per Day and and place to be announced hereafter. Cole moved that assistant civil Engi let everybody arrange to attend this Neer be allowed $1 for each Day a first festival of the season tally employed and both motions m. E. Church. Were agreed to. Rev. Colclazer of Peru will of by motion of or. Cole the pay of Cupy the pulpit at the m. E. Church real estate appraisers was fixed at 5150 1 to Morrow morning Aud evening number who have not. As the object in View is the permanent organization of a pioneers association it is desired that All should enrol their names As fast As possible. The following persons recorded their names and and shoe Trade under the firm name Given die information desired str 1wbfrrv of Stivali i Dolman amp Purdum which partner to r i i 1 a i Mettr Mil ship remained unbroken until the time Hie Catholic Church of Tbs City will i Ort give a grand Strawberry and ice Cream 0 a a 11 be Wai re a i rho Lime married to miss Elsie Newcomb of this City who with a Little son three years old the fruit of their Union survives him. Jimmy Purdum was a True Man in every sense of the word. While he was not a member of any Church or religious society he was known to All As a Christian Man and of that kind y ear. He for to h Vav ii it f h e ii h it of ii to it i iou ii. David Fawcett Lorn March 29, let it. In Clark county o. Ate 4t�. 43 year in in Diana 33 years in Howard county. Present residence. Howard township. John tar Kirton Horn hot. 2. 10-4, in Williams county Tenn. Age 75. Ti4 it ears in Indiana. 30 ears in Howard county. Present residence Center township. Per Day. Rev. L. A. Rett Sheft yesterday for pm which makes the world happier. Hon by motion of or. Cole the Saary of Cannati to attend the general Confer j est to a Maui affectionate Loving and the school trustees was fixed at 515 per ence of the m. E. Church and will be Jev Otec to is Woje anti Papy boy Denom Tenter township settled at i year except the treasurer who shall absent several Days. Whom he idolized obedient to his Fork a a Linton county in 1833 ived 1 receive no pay. The question of the mayors salary then came up again with the following result Gordon moved that the mayors Sal Ary be placed at $250 per year. Ayes Ajaj services in commemoration of the Cole Gordon and voiles All the rest Feas of Pentecost. Also first com no i Munion of children at 10 30 a. In. Gordon moved that the salary be everybody invited. Seats free placed at $300 Aye Kern Cole Gor to Ftp pm rare Don and voiles nay Armstrong Hunt to. I r in a 4. Ellis and Jackson. The vote being a the Broad a i Resby Tertan Church tie the mayor voted no. Of Logansport ind.,will run an Mexcur Gordon moved $350 As the figure. Ayes Cole Gordon and voiles All the rest no. Jackson moved $450 As the figure that being the present salary. Ayes Hunt Ellis and Jackson All the rest no. Gordon moved 5400 As the figure. Ayes Kern Hunt. Ellis and Jackson nays Armstrong Cole Gordon and voiles. The vote being a tie the chair voted no. Upon the proposition to make the salary $425, the chair voted no there being a tie the same result followed on 5310. Jackson moved $475 As the figure. Ayes Hunt Ellis and Jackson All the rest no. Hunt moved $460 As the figure with same As previous vote. Cole moved that the ordinance be Laid upon the table for the present which was agreed to. Or. Cole introduced an ordinance whom he idolized obedient to his Catholic Church. Aged Mother always kind to his Broth services at this Church will be held 1 or Sisters and friends. Such was his every wednesday Ami sunday at 7 30 character. To his old schoolmates of p. In. During the present month. On whom the writer is one he will be to Morrow sunday there will be Spe missed As a sincere Friend. To the Richard Nixon born sept. I 120, in North Carolina. Age 59. 49 yearn in Indiana 34 years in Howard county. Present residence. Kokomo. Win. I. Bowen born june 6, 125, in Kentucky. Age 54. 35 years in Indiana 35 years in Howard county. Present residence. Harrison township. James of Brien born May 8, 1828, in Ohio. Age 51. 49 years in Indiana 8 years in Howard county. Present residence Kokomo. C. 8. Hoggs born april to 1824, in Butler j county Ohio. Age 55. 46 years in Indiana. 13 years in Howard county. Present Resi Idle there till 1866, and moved to Kokomo. P. B. Kennedy born nov. 23, i 07, in Tennessee age 72. 62 years in Indiana 32 years in Howard county. Present residence. Kokomo. A. F. Fri lips Bori oct. 16, 1850, in Hamilton Ohio. Age 29. 25 years in Indiana 25 years in Howard county. Present residence business world he will be missed As an honest True business Man. To his aged and sorrowing Mother his Broth Kokomo. Or and Sisters he will be missed As jag. T. Dyer born Jan. 30,1824, in a Dutiful and affectionate son and county West Virginia. Age 55. 21 years brother. To his almost heart broken ill Indiana. 21 years in Howard county wife he will be missed As a most de present residence. Taylor township voted Loving and kind husband and a. L. Sharp born june 8, 13 i in Chester Little Rolla will miss a doting father county a. Age 45. 34 years in Indiana. But the separation is Only for a Short 34 years in Howard county. Present resting. Quot in that Beautiful Home of the denier township i mile tout ii of Kokomo. We. P. Jones born april to. 1840, in Miami county Ohio. Age 39. 29 years in Indiana 29 years in Howard county. Present residence Fairfield Taylor township. Win. Jackson born nov. 18,1803, in Chester county a. Age 76. 29 years in Indiana 29 years in Howard county. Present residence Venter township. Moved from Pennsylvania in the year 1834 to Ohio and from there to Howard county in the year 1850. Always voted Hie whig and Republican ticket. Married in 1832 to my present wife. T. M. Kirkpatrick born May 2, 1820, in Brown county Ohio. Age 59. 45 years in Sion train to Chicago on wednesday May 19th. 1880, via pan handle route. Only $3 three dollars tor round trip. Tickets Good for three Days. Train leaves Logansport at 4 p. In. Special Blest a wife and husband son and rates of $2 pet Day at principal hotels father Mother and son Sisters Bratli vol or and brother will again be United. May festival. Hand in hand they will walk the Gold the fourth biennial musical Festi paved streets of the new Jerusalem Val will be Heid at Cincinnati on May United again never to be separated. 18th, 19th, 20h1 and 21st, 1880. The the funeral occurred from his late coming festival promises to be the residence on yesterday afternoon the bet Ever Given. The pan handle services being conducted by Rev. H. Railway company will sell round trip j Meek of Union City assisted by tickets from this City to Cincinnati and Rev. L. A. Retts of this City. The return at $6.20. Tickets Good going funeral was one of the largest that eve May 17th to 2ot i and returning until or occurred Here. The interment took May 24th. Place in Crown Point cemetery. The Mitchells pleasure party pall bearers were c. A. By j. O. Hen will appear at the opera House on the Byron Hackett Vav. A. Russell in Liana Acyl a a Howard county. Pres a r i i .1 to o. N. Davis and b. B. Johnson. Ent residence Center township evening of monday the 24th inst., in j a a a a a a a 1 a / i ,1 tire _ James m. Reeder born May 21st, 1805, in the p a of our goblins. I he Craw to c,u,.urwin. J a a Warren county Ohio. Age 4. 50 years in Amos Cotterman. On last wednesday morning at 8 10 of clock. Amos Cotter Ian died at his residence on South Lafountain Street Indiana 36 years in Howard county. Present residence Kokomo. Married in the year 1828 to first wife and moved to Indiana sept 17, i30. Married Jane Burbridge i fatties Louisville journal says of this company a Mitchel la so our goblins on tuesday night created More enthusiasm him ii anything that Lins Ever appeared at the opera House and it prescribing the rules and regulations was most emphatically the Best thing in the governing City officers in which the Street commissioner is required to make a report to the Council every 60 Well As Jolly. The House was poorly tilted on 185s. On the 25th of last september Iriri Tenn Cli born july 13,1827, in Jessa Davs no member of the school Board hey a a nut a i u i i in vat u in 7n p a ill e opera nouse fit was married to miss Lizzie drink mine county by. Age 52. 41 years in Inis permitted to sell school books to will not accommodate tile water and they had just begun House Diana 30 years in Howard county. Pres or in concert keeping when the deceased was taken ent residence Union township. At the new Christian Church on ill and has lingered Ever since. He James 1. Caldwell born Only 10, isi4, in monday evening May 17th, there will was an upright moral Young Man and be a grand concerto the coloured peo bad Many friends who deeply mourn the pupils this is the dry a compliments to we. Styer the present efficient trustee a the Engineer of fire department shall make a report every four months and other a rules and regulations a Are Laid out for the City officers. The penalty clause sets Forth pie of Kokomo assisted by prof. A. C. Hopkins and wife. See program in this paper. The proceeds of this in that any officer who shall violate the text ailment will be for the Benefit of the a. M e. Church and sunday school. There is a Small debt yet unpaid on the Church property of the coloured people in Kokomo and they Are working hard to pay it and our people generally should g be them a rousing Benefit Baptist Church. Services Sabbath morning and evening As usual. I be ladies of the Bap rules May be suspended. Or. Cole moved a suspension of the rules and the ordinance to be read a second time by its title but his motion failed to c Irry. Or. I Ole offered the following Resolution. Which was adopted we Khz Bas Section 17, of Hie statute pro Viding for Hie inc proration of cities explicitly a clares that Hie mayor shall draw no salary from the City Treasury until he shall have filed with the City clerk a relinquishment and Transfer to the City of All taxable Lees allowed him by Law in Case cognizable before him for alleged violations of Hie ordinances or by Laws of such City therefore be it res it it la Ltd that a committee consisting of councilmen Jackson of Hie 31 Ward Gordon of the 4th Ward and Kern of the first Ward be and Are hereby appointed to ascertain w Hether the present mayor j. M. Darnall. Has Ever filed such relinquishment amt Transfer As is required by Law and if not ascertain the amount of salary it any illegally drawn by such mayor and report the same to this Council at its next regular meeting for its consideration and action. Or. Cole offered another Resolution his loss. The funeral occurred on last thursday afternoon at 2 of clock. Services were conducted by Rev. L. A. Retts. Interment in Crown Point cemetery. East Tennessee age 65. 62 years in Indi Ana 32 years in Howard county. Present residence Howard township. Died. Thomas Vernon born sept. 5, 1829, in Miami county Ohio. Age 50. 40 years in c. C. Sollenberger. Born nov. I. I ski in Franklin a. Age. 58. 33 years in Indiana 33 years in Howard county. Present residence Kokomo. Been out i f the state one year since i came Here and one year in Clinton county. T. V. Gifford born nov. 12. I 831. In Paoli id. Age. 4s. 48 years in Indiana. 34 years in Howard county. Present residence Center township. Kindled the first blacksmiths fire in new Loudon. Helped to Clear the Trees from Ai the streets of that Village. A old time abolitionist. John Hel Miller. Born feb. 2. 125, in Germany. Age 55. 31 years in Indiana,30 years in Howard county. Present residence Ervin township. Isaac d Stevens born feb. 8, Isis in Butler county o. A. 62. 57 years in Indiana. 2 years in Howard county. Present residence Kokomo served in the Union army in the War of the rebellion. Has been married three limes. Is the father of 16 children i of whom Are now living. John folding born feb. It. I >07, in Union county id. Age 73. 73 years in Indiana 24 years in Howard county. Present residence Liberty township. Charity Heady born March 27, 105, in North Carolina. Age 75. 60 years in in Diana 20 years in Howard county. Present residence. Taylor township. G. P. Pitied born nov. 20. 120. In Virginia. Age 59 33 years in Indiana 33 years in Howard county. Present residence Harrison township. Henry b. Havens born May to 123. In Highland county of age 58. 32 years in Indiana 32 years in Howard county. Pre sent residence Kokomo. Aljah b. Jones born oct. 20, 132. In Miami county o. Age 4. 29 years in Indiana 29 years in Howard county. Present residence Taylor township. My father a. B Jones settled on Little wild Caf Creek near the Randolph Baptist Church when he was 65 years old. I have sin resided in Taylor township. Clara Keeler born May 7. 103, in lower Canada. Age 77. 64 years in Indiana 24 years in Howard county. Present residence Kokomo. George h. Francis born Jan. 14, 1826, in Licking county of age 54. So years in Indiana 25 years it Howard county. Present residence Harrison township. Levi p. Rich born sept. 27,184, in Hamilton county. Id. Age 31. 30 years in Indiana 30 years in Howard county. Present residence Kokomo. Milton Cox born nov. La 1833, in Montgomery county ind. Age 46. 31 years in Howard county. Present residence Monroe township. W As a Soldier in the late rebellion. I Ain a in j Ulster of it Brist in the friends Church. A pastor for the Christian Church. Miami county Ohio. Age 71. To years in elder j. L. Parsons has received a Indiana 39 years in Howard county. Pres very urgent and unanimous Call from ent residence Monroe. Settled in Monroe the Christian Church in this City to to township the till Day of March 110, when Cate Here and preach regularly tor the there was but three families West of new Church and has accepted the Call. He London Between there and Burlington was a student of the Northwestern William Wright born feb. I i 1823, in Christian University and has preached Vermillion county hts. Age 56. 39 years list Church and co gelation have or acceptably for the Christian Church tor in Indiana. 39 years in Howard county. About fifteen years having Laboured in present residence. Honey Creek township. Indianapolis. Logansport new Albany John lorts born Jan. 5, 18l8,in Sullivan Chicago and new Orleans. He wad county Tenn. Age 61. 35 years in Indiana mediate exit uses of the Church. The occupy the pulpit on sunday May 23, 34 year in Howard county. Present a it i Means employed being the making of for the first time under this new a Deuce i Mon township. A door Plain garments tor Sale giving soda gement. We congratulate the we. F. Gordon bom april 3 1 do in Hies suppers Etc. I Bis society will Christian Church people on their Good Keco a a qty a a j meet at the churl on wednesday Fortune in securing elder Parsons. A not anal a it Ett s 1 a a very interesting discourse recently delivered by the elder will be found elsewhere in this Issue. Telephone Exchange. Or. John f. Wallick superintendent of the w Estern Union Telegraph Indiana 39years in Howard county. Pre company for indian.?, was in this City ent residence Clay township. Removed to recently gathering up files looking to the establishment of a Telephone Exchange Here. He proposes to put up the line Complete and make the Exchange perfect in every particular and place a Telephone and transmitter in the House or office of every subscriber for which a rental of 96 cents pc r week will be charged. A canvass of the Monroe township. Gideon Vernon Horn Ort. 27, 1809, in Gam Zed themselves into the a a we Ide awake Aid society a the object of which is to gather funds for the in May 19th, at two of clock p. In. All ladies interested in the work of the Church Are invited to attend. Grand excursion. The first grand excursion to Lake that when the Council adjourn it be to uvlt�?T1 nth sch Estta u leave to meet Oil monday night. May .7. And a a n a every two weeks thereafter on that Quot Quot t e to. Pc. Church and evening. The democrats All voted Aye and the republicans no. And so the dispatch will get a a scoop Quot on the Council proceedings or Rattei. Since Indiana 30 years in Howard county ent residence. Monroe township. Corydon Richmond born nov. 22, 108, in Onondaga county n. Y. Age 71. 47 years in Indiana 34 years in Howard county. Present residence Kokomo. City is now being male for the purpose of soliciting subscribers to the Exchange with very flattering results. The advantages of a Telephone Exchange system Are so great that comment is unnecessary. A a wre Are pleased to announce the marriage of or. T. Mite. La. Of the firm of Mitchell bros., grocers this City and miss Clara fell of Tiffin Ohio the ceremony occurring april 28th, at the brides residence in Tiffin. The Happy couple arrived in Kokomo last saturday evening and Are now making sunday school. The Steamer and All Ingham county a. Age 73. 30 years in Indiana. 30 years Iii Howard county. Present residence Ervin township an old Henry Clay whig and Republican and the dispatch says a it is a notorious fact that neither of the editors of i he Tribune would vote for a coloured Man for any this utterance is a -.wan. Aitman a made out of the same cloth that has tiler boats have been chartered for dispatch notorious in this wants to vote for Grant for a third term the use of the excursion lists fishing Community. The editors of the Tri Kiel Hamilton bom May 4, Mil in new Steamboat it dog. Resin and croquet Bine have voted or coloured menses York. A. 68 4 year. In inman., 33 let estimable a us we we a a a will make up the amusements of the Erl times but never for a Democrat years in Howard county. Present residence Daw dinner can be had on the grounds the meanest Quot ornery St son of Africa Era in . Those desiring to take provision with hat Ever lived who votes the re pub a a Jacob Early born july 25, 1 >6. In Rock their Horn in Tho Northern part of the City. Although Johnny has been a resident Here but a snort Tim lie has by his Many Good traits succeeded in winning a Large Circle of friends who will All join with us in congratulating him upon his Good forum in securing Matthew Murden born june 27, 1815. In them can do so. And it will be taken bean ticket has More political Princi England. Age 65. 46 year. In Indiana is to Mittee train will to Day than the most illustrious years id Howard county. Present residence care of by the committee. _. Leave Kokomo at 8 00 a. In. Return j Democrat in this country ing. Will leave the Lake at 5 30 p. In. 1. Fare for the round Trio a rents the Tipton times in noting a re county \ a. Age .4 a. A int meeting of the Hendricks c Lub 37 years in Howard Kokomo. H. C. Stew Art born aug. 21, 1805, in Giles 43 year in Indiana county. Present Resi the court dance. Kokomo. Reduction of $25 of january last the Tribune has Given full reports of the Council the Day after their meetings but now the newspaper report will be three Days old Belore it can appear or. Armstrong moved that the City clerk pay Over to Childers the amount of the judgment for damages sustained in his suit against the City the amount being which was agreed to or. Hunt moved that a committee of three be appointed to Confer with the City a attorneys and so e what action shall be taken regarding the suit lighting of tie Street lamps every Citi to make elegant speeches in demo 1 in word Coanta of the Gas company against the City. Zen would be compelled to carry two cratic strongholds. Up Here in re the motion prevailed and the chair revolvers and a shot gun with him at publican Howard they done to like to re setter Gray born dec. 21, 118, in appointed messes Hunt Armstrong night while every door and window talk politics but in Tipton Well it is Warren county. Ohio. Age,60. 43 Vetari in and v odes As such committee. About h s premise will have to be Quot 1 a a a them both unbounded Success happiness All through life. And on this morning county Ive Asprer Spraker made his sem Annu d Seale ment with the treasurer of a True paying into the state Treasury 5 4.368,57. Adults children under i years of age. Cern meeting o. Be Vun. Quot a Quot Koimn. Quot. Fob Sall on econ Ned rare Ord so cents. Let everybody go. A,. Mete reaper and Mower for in Appl tense. Elegant speeches it re Deli mond Ladiao. Age 46. 46 year. In India Bonne to n k. Or h. A. Lasday to if. In connection with the splendid ered by John Kern and Scott Arm it a a Ltd a a a a pre no a a Omo. Ind.-----___3�tf. Police Force we can now expect in this Strong of Kokomo a it must be a de re dec in 1824. In Ken the horse belonging to , City the Council would Only Stop the Light for messes. Kern and Armstrong Luck. 55 b2 a Rio in Indiana 38 which fiend poisoned last week present residence. I he Council then adjourned. S double locked and barred. There that the democrats flourish like Indiana. 30y Carn in Howard county. Pre a Green Bay tree. 1 eat residence Greentown. Died a few Days ago alter terrible suf Fering. A a children s Pinafore at the opera House next Friday night. May 21st. See advertisement on loth Page

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