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29 Nov 1879

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29 Nov 1879

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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - November 29, 1879, Kokomo, Indiana Iother Kokomo saturday Tribune november 29, 1879.-Tex pages. Suburban news. Items picked up by correspondents of the Tribune. He Ipoh. Not. 25. Brother Osborn pre arned a very interest to Sermon Taal Sumi Ajr Sabbath school Baa revival Miter Thel Nalitt Tbs people of Trifa Vicinity Are talking of organizing a literary society at the Miller be Hoot Hon a. I noticed in Nolan card of Imi wart that the pow Tai card correspondent of to Tim bum and dispatch were talking of bold Ina a re Anion i endorse Tho idea and How a it will be a Success. Coati Oka it. Hout Fieast Jac Icaria nor is. Our a Bra j la in Good running order. The Leacher is Oliver outland. 60 scholars Are enrolled. Ile in the first male teacher the District bae had for seven years and the patrons Are Ell satisfied on sunday Kiel o clock Hamuel Mitchell or Windfall and Mary k. Mitchell of Hont Braat Jackson were me Fried at the residence of the Bride s lather j. Harper by d j. Rudy. Succes to the parties. The Bride and Groom have both been married twice. . R. He a Iron a i. Nov. 26. Hie. Or skin funeral Sermon was preached at Hugar Grove last sunday. By elder la ecu leu we. Gordon and Edmund Newby returned last night Altera weeks absence in Tippecanoe counties Aith seven head of cattle for which they paid la too a protracted meeting at Moira Groves it. Progress this week mrs. Liana Mccoy has moved in we. Gordon a property aunt Rhoda Mccoy is visiting in of comr. And or. Pete Gregory of Tippecanoe county arc visiting friends Here. School progressing nicely. News scarce Tribune most Welcome. L. T. Whit Mihl top nov. 25. Rev. V. Beamer delivered a very instructive discourse to the Young people at this place on last sunday evening mrs. Jacob shatter is very sic the f. A k. Railroad company have completed their Lei graph line the Corn Trade has again commenced. R. H. Gunk ill is buying. Ile is a Square dealing Man and buys a vast amount of Grain along the Hue of the f. And k. Road. Five car loads of hogs were shipped from Here last week by Middleton and Evans a social was Given at the residence of m. W. Tucker on last Friday evening. A very enjoyable time was had by All present. Clip. Howard to pm a nov. 25. The debating club meets at Vermont on wednesday evening. Subject for discussion resolved that the chinese immigration should be prohibited by the debaters Are affirmative a. H. Miller w. A. Cost Low. Negative Staley i and Ray j. W. Learner. A deep interest is being manifested by All parties concerned in the debating society there will be a musical entertainment of Salem on a turd by evening by prof. Condo. Of Waii Poong or. C. Is an efficient musician and likewise the entertainment will be Goodie have been informed that an Effort is timing made to have a Christmas tree at Hale in. We do not know certainly whether they have come to a settled conclusion yet or riot. Humphrey. Russiaville. Nov. 27. A he Nore Jovel. Of Burlington was in town on wednesday i. Kirkpatrick was in town on tuesday attending to Legal business miss aggie Miner of Frankfort spent the habitat Here the guest of mrs. Ii. J. Cooper. David Gilliland and wife of Kokomo Are visiting in town Granville Allison a left la it it week Lur Ohio. Where lie w ill spend a few weeks visiting relatives or. W. It. Erosen horse ran away last Munday throw tag Blin out and demolishing his bunty. Fortunately he was not Burt much while attending Lite y. C. A. Meeting at new London last sunday we had a glimpse a i the Graceful form of Mogul a hut was not Tortti-1 hate enough to form tits acquaint Anc. Oli Kuli. I Rte Sii ukr nov. 27. Hogs nearly All old in this neighbourhood. Farmers sold too soon to get Best prices. A few patrons of our school arc getting on their ear because the teacher keeps their children in awhile of evenings after school hours to punish them for whispering Etc. During the Day. Isay it is ail right. Be Good children and you will get to Home at the proper time. There Are two cases of depth Herlax one at or. Weeds and one at we. Mitchell is again Happy it is a son Horn on the 19lb John w. Bridge Bas bought Abner Ratcliff s property in Young America but does not remove to it till Spring to report says. Huch men a a w Bridge Are a Benefit by any Community and Poplar Grove is not Able to spare such with out sustaining a lacs. Falling health and inability to endure hard labor appears to be the reason for or. Bridge leaving the farm to sept Davis Baa re roofed is House Martin Mccracken Baa just completed a stable on his lot mrs. Antis Coale is having a Eta Hie pot up on her property Here an Effort i being made to get up a Claes in singing at the u. B Church to he taught by q. W. Canter a class was organised at Young America for . Bridge on tuesday evening of this week. 31 names being secured at the very first eff not and others have been Addil since. Young America works with a will whee Abe does work Ila so remarkably Ben i thy that the doctors have Hung up their Pill Baga and gone to other work. Keat. Shiloh. Nov. 26. J. P. Shmitb while attending a social i or. Long s recently had hts Lap Robe and buggy Cushion stolen. But the thief became conscious stricken and left the property on the Gate near or. Smith Home. America summons is learning the dressmakers Trade under mrs. Wooten of Kokomo perhaps one of the most noticeable feature of this department last week was the non appearance can it be that our great chieftain is stricken with sickness James Haji thread a splendid essay before the Hub Bath school convention emitted a what shall the Harvest be a judge Kimmons Gate a social to Bis Many friends last week. Cur school is progressing finely under Hie Imus gement of Frank Wilson. Average number of pupils. 40 that a dyed in the Wool Democrat of Taylor township Hail better Burn another hat. As Indiana is bound to go Republican in 1880. Rolan Russiaville. Nov. 27. The record of this Day will make an interesting Page in the Book of Lite receding Angel. Our Community will not be far Bein so the rot or the Christian world in rendering homage due for the profusion of blessings from heaven. Joy and gladness shall in found herein thanksgiving and the voice of j the schools have adjourned for the Day stores will be closed and thanksgiving services will be held at the friends Church a number of our cil Izena will go to new Loudon to attend the services to be conducted by the y. My a. Of your City. Amid the general rejoicing some have Occa Hiou to mourn. A Little daughter of Benjamin co Nuri living at Lynn Uteri tuesday night with diphtheria. That disease threatens to break up the school at that place. The schools Here Are flourishing and Fuller tills week that common. Or. Fellow the principal lectured to a fair audience tuesday night our lecture association has the i Trot 11 be of two lectures from Rev. J. C. A a lecher of Indianapolis on a a Brasil and life in the or Flether is an entertaining speaker so tile stay at Home traveler can almost View the scenes through his graphic descriptions a company of the in est of rus a fair sex walked to is Union monday night to attend tile y. C. A meeting. The gallants hired a Haek to take them hut they wanted to walk and walk they did. We glory in their Pluck. It would tie Good for All the american girls to walk More Winter draws on apace As we draw our communication to a close. Ralph. Opera Horne Lori u store. Come to stay and is still Here o Pera a Jouse drug store. Why first because it keeps the very Best drugs and medicines and Sells them at the lowest prices. Second because it knows How to treat its customers. Third because it is a reliable place to Trade being the oldest firm in the City and you can get what you Call for True to name. Call and see 42m3 h. Sailors. Ciar Hikki a. Fri Day. For from time to time. Until now he has a Choice lot of fresh drugs he also a few weeks since traded for a Stock of groceries and is doing Well. George Tyre our Blacksmith in honest a Good Smith and is doing w la. Plevna la surrounded by a Good Rich county which i inhabited by Many wealthy Farmers a few of whom Are a. C. Rogers Peter King seed Phil j re of we. Zerbe. W in. Nuner fat a. Stephen Ray and Henry Loop and let me say Here that or. Loop is one of our very Best Farmers owns a splendid farm has Good new buildings makes lots of Money and la Happy and Many others All of whom Are Good honorable enterprising Farmers and know How to till the Earth to reap the fruit for news we will say the partners Are gathering their Corn and be tag ready for Winter s. It. I Bro our huckster is gathering up the scared fowls for thanksgiving. Politically Weare divided republicans derm Kra is Aud Green backers but All think Well of the Tribune though Many other papers of general news Ami politics Are re lived at the Post office. By the Way our new Post office. Established this last summer is doing Well. And now we want a mall route then this Small hut enterprising town of Plevna will he. To use the Small two yes pin Page More anon. S. Alto nov. 27. The pleasant weather the fore part of this week has beet faithfully improved by Farmers by gathering Corn White the increased coldness has raised the Price of h Cdr. L. C. Miller has moved into his new House Aud Matthias and Are occupy j ing the property vacated by him Billy f Myers Bas moved Bis workshop into the old store room. This will make a capital l eating place quite a number of our Young folks attended the meeting hold at now London j on last stir Jay by the y. It a. A i Kokomo. Freak Hood and wife were there on sunday Aud monday nights thanksgivi j chg services will he held to Day at twi Lukal. Sheriffs male. Kelly. Ear. Of Fyke deed. Is Hancock Etal by virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from Lite clerk of the hew a re circuit court in a cause wherein Francis a. Kelley. Exr. Of John w. Pyke deceased is Plain to it. And John m. Hancock it a1are defendants requiring me to make the sum of one Hundred and forty six $146 dollars and Twenty four 24 cents with interest on said decree and costs. I will expose at Public Sale to the it great bidder on saturday. December 20, 1�79, Between the hours of to of clock a. Rn., and 4 of clock p. Rn., of said Day. At the door of the court House in Kokomo Howard county in Duna the rents and profits of a term not exceeding seven , of the following real estate to wit lot numbers Twenty five 25 and Twenty six 26 in the town of Fairfield in Howard county. Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell fora sufficient sum to satisfy in id decree interest and co to i will at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much i Hereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interest and costs. Haid Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Law. A Lex Ander h. Duke sheriff. Ii. C. November 29. 1879. 7-3w. John e. Moore atty for puff. A a a. I in in m i one Price for one a one Price for All it is our intention to be absent from our business for some months to come. In order to protect our Trade we have come to the conclusion to adopt the one Price system Niter lira kale. Thurston is Avery Etal by Virtu of a certified copy of a decree to i Tampico nov. 26. Or. A. L Vickery has moved to Rev. L Hercules is Oft on a preaching tour John Kirkpatrick is convalescent from a severe attack of rheumatism Rev. J. R. Kob preached an interesting discourse it the Baptist Church sunday evening. King Davis who Anis accidentally shot by Wilson Butts is recovering slowly our new school House is now completed and will reoccupied in a few Days a religious revival at this place is contemplated Samuel Ingle had sivers Dollar a Worth of goods stolen from his Wagon in Kokomo last hoi inlay born to Boh Hobson a ten Pound boy butt an interest is to invt. Manifested Iii our Jablo class Winch has been meet lug in the met Horii to Church out will Iii future meet at the office of or. Kirk Patrick on tuesday night of each week. Everybody invited. Que lean interesting discussion took place at our lust meeting concerning the fall of Adam Universal salvation Man As a free moral agent Etc Taylor township Institute met at this place on november 21. And organized for the Winter. They decided to hold ail the institutes Here As it will be More convenient i Oral. Their next will he on the 13th of december. The program is As follows in the toe directed from the clerk of the How and Circuitt ourt to a cause wherein James is plaintiff and aaa j. Avery Ana Springs by Rev. Beanie and Rev. William pm Avery it a1., arc defendants requiring. So me to make the sum of three thousand three Hundred and thirty two $3,332 dollars and eighty five 85 cents with interest of said decree anti costs i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday. December 20, 1879. Between the hours of to of clock a. And 4 of clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House in Kokomo Howard county. Indiana the rents Aud profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following real estate to a it the Northeast Quarter of Section Twenty is announced to preach a thanksgiving Sermon it tins place to night. The death of m the or. Rod mkt is reported Here As having occurred at Zionsville. Boone county on the 19th inst. Mrs. R Dinati was formerly the wife of Rev. V. Beamer of this place hut we divorced from him of Noblesville several veg in ago. The died with an attack of Quincy the firs regular township Institute for the Winter convened at till place on last saturday. Thijs know u As District no. 4, Moi tie Thorn teacher. All the teachers present except Jackson Morrow. A Good time was pad by All and the session was a profitable one. Miss Eva Moore one of Kis i a a a Komos pleasant winsome Young ladies a or 24 in township Twenty four 24 spent last sunday Bere visiting relatives North it Range Tierce 3 East situate in How a. Lid Luna. If such rents and profits will not sell for a Miff Dent sum to satisfy said decree interest and reals i will at the in me time Aud place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May he sufficient to discharge said decree. Interest and costs. Salt will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appeals Lineul Laws a Lex v ii. Duke sheriff h. C. November 29. 1879. A a. Milton 11 an Sou. Atty for plur and shall strictly adhere to it ,.a a our Munday school teachers Are conduct inc j Art county ii a tuesday night Normal meeting for the Pur Al it Ose of examining the lesson for the succeeding sunday. They Are very i Listrud i Viand profitable helps to the right understand i Long of the lesson. The in Peri to i in de it. J. T. Stringer who has been absent for several Soudan on by in is was with u. Bori Sun a Day and la we e iad to or it him again j a to c time on tvs near when Snow and remind us of f he encircling embrace of win to a the question in propounded a what shall we do for a a Brist Mas entertainment.? a. Committee of six won Almon Ted la let tues Daying it to answer till momentous question for i he sunday school at Alto. Their answer 1 will be received next Munday at last act counts the Bridge at the Shelton crossing re Maillot with the abutments finished and no Biog nuttier timing flirts. Tie it Ros inc around it is almost impassable and teamster Are Dsilva stalling there Rev. Beanie is now permanently settled at Hie parsonage it this place and we Are pleased that he will j now he Able to mingle with us in fair tuesday night sunday school teachers inc it Ting and a our thursday night prayer meetings. Some parties have been talking a plan to those Many who have known us for years know Well enough it has always been our Endeavor to Roll Blae one at i noon mensuration by win. Main Long Dis bar a a both Small children. I read Bob j vision by a Duncan essay by we. A Osta Forenoon grammar by s. B. Purvis. Aller i gravel the Road running rust from Alto to Ingersoll a lecture and it did t hurl me a bit. He says some very Good things together with the bad mrs a Squire ranter is now canvassing Ervin township introducing the a a Bossy clot he Washer. She is meeting with goad Success. Grim re. Low subject. A manner and morals Iii tin school room a a essay by Geo. Ingles subject. A relation of teacher Patron Aud or j. W. Barnes will probably be present. An interesting Lime is expected. Bate. New London nov. 26. The y. C. A. Meeting have strengthened the Faith of Many of the Christian Brethren. A a Grace and a a Mogul Are Blooming out into Beautiful christians but a a Liberal j and i Are Frost bit ten and hard to revive j Many of the hush Lavillias have been com j ing Over to have their spiritual strength renewed new London will haves thanksgiving u Morrow or. Shirley has put new rafters on i barn preparatory to putting a new Naif on the a Hilton hotel and bar Ness shop formerly kept by Jimmy Arnett. Now stands deserted and lonely All the a agans As we Are called who went from h s place to hear Ingersoll s lecture w re Well pleased with it the first monthly examination of the pupils of the school has passed. About half a dozen pupils of the High school received too per cent. In the i eng their Corn Itter enl brat Che. A Kuyk. New thin Don nov. 21. Tile cold Bleak wind of november is sighing through the naked Forest branches and singing a sad requiem Over the fading Bloom of summer. These frigid gusts have also driven the Archery club in from the streets on the Sabbath thu verifying the old adage that a a it an ill wind that blows no the y. C. A. Of Kokomo Are Down Here turning thing upside Down. New Loo Don Taall ablaze. The Good old Quaker Tabernacle i packed Day and night to receive tile Pentecost showers. The principal workers arc i. J. Kirkpatrick j. Hay Jem. J. N. Loop and wife. Misses huh. Barnard and Armstrong of Kokomo and Frank Rev. V. Reamer of Alto w St run Taylor nov. 27. The deism Ratic Saint who Burnt the new hat and boots now give it up that new York is Republican by a Large majority and that i the Prospect is now Good for Indiana to go the same Ray in 1880. Ile also says that reman is doing the republicans a vast j amount of Good if he is in their employ he i further Savu that the did Tribu be gets a i j scoop on the dispatch boys about the a oko j i Iona music. A if you want to hear a demo Erat in this township rant and howl just j mention a Okolona music to him or ask him if he has heard from the new York election. Some of them Tran no tither p Iper than the j dispatch and they Are just now beginning j to find out by that paper How Hie election j really Ilia go most Farmers Are now finish i gathering the teacher it it i the township school held their first Institute Al Tampico last saturday. The trustee was very accommodating he let in Iii offal i noon no counted it a full Day Cape. To i to ack will soon have his saw null in operation in Fairfield Rev. Welch of Fairfield u Tiow very sick in Grant county where he was holding meeting the Young people organised a literary snidely at the dyad j school House last Friday evening o. W. A person acting a chairman and a a. Morrow As Secretary. The society meet on Friday i evening at 6 30, and Promise to be a Success. We have a Young Man in this township who sent 25 cents to a new York firm to la Arn How to write without a blotter and received for an answer a write with a Lead Pencil a several of our people will attend the quartet i it meeting at win Springs next sunday Ben hair baby is Only nine week old and weighs 29 1-2 Pong id or. Tom Kemp has a very line pocket Kiltie that Democrat because j the i the Ricketts free gravel Road. This is a Good project and a great Many Furnier will i be willing to assist after a Sib Nee of ten years Daniel Brimmer run com to the front with a a a Boom for the Republican party it s a boy the last Issue of the Tri Iii k was far ahead of any county paper issued in the state of Indiana or anywhere else Beth politically. Locally. And Well yes religiously. The article headed a Finger solid a doctrine a and the closing items of the i a items outside of Lnger Sou s regular lecture support Hie last named opinion. Bert the latest markets. Kokomo ind., nov. 29, 1879. Flax Straw-14.00. Gil ii i Rhel St a est ii 5 to <16 per m. He Mung bolts�?$3.50 $ $5.00 per Cord. Or Vin markets. Wheat we note prices 11.15 Fujii la Iii g Wei demand at 2.50 to 3.00. Corn�?old.35 a for 72, new 30 for 72 lbs. Oats at 25. Rye-60. B or ley�?60. Flax seed prime 1.00. To Muth y seed-2 00. Clover seed�?5.00. Green hides firm at 8c. Grocery and produce Market. Hugs Gross 3,00. Cattle fat Beeves Gross. 2.25 to 3.50 Bacone firm ooh try cure i id�7r, i lt�?1.80 ii a mss at 7 a a Nin i ii i Jue i it a. Beeswax Ihal demand at 15 per eggs fresh. 17 e per Dos. Lard Dull at 7 c. Potatoes Irish Good 35 c per by. Rags firm at in per Pound. Chick in he Young 12 of a 2.25. Turk eve s�?4 it i a a Uva a a. 7c a re gtd. Ii a act old a i pc 35. Duck a i Hoie a Ivy i a i to i 50 a 1.75 tall we in Lair Dent Aud let vet la. Boon Aud wife and professors fellow and Woodard and wan donated to him by a Democrat Bec. Or. Leary of Russiaville. Al. Carpenter new York went Republican a Trolan a Bas sold his Blacksmith shop to or. Morgan of Decatur Tam Illy and he come among us As a Christian Young gentleman. We m in glad to see the Russiaville Standard Tutu re i Abd ing the Republican banker to the Breeze and we wish it the Success it so worthily dose be Mogul. Are letter list no. 9 the following is a list of letters remaining ,._ a a. Dead and unclaimed at the Kokomo Post of v i various correspondent from Shiloh states nce count v of Howard and slate of Indiana that Shiloh is preparing to give a reunion for f it a it ending nov. 21. 1?9 Nile rift a male. 11 la via and Johnson is Horine it Ai by Virliie of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Howard circuit court in a cause wherein the a Dore a. Davis and Isaac c. Johnson Are Plain title Aud Harrison Horine it a1., Are defendants requiring me to make the sums or one Hundred and eighty two $182 dollars and even to two f 22 cents Aud one Houri rot $ i of dollars with interest on said de Cree Andt it it i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on saturday. December 20, 1879, Between the hours of to of clock a. In. Aud 4 of clock . Of said Day at the door of the court House in Kokomo Howard county Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years of the following real estate to wit the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section number Nineteen 19 in township Twenty four 24 North of Range six 6 East containing forty 40 acres. Also the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section number Nineteen 19 in township Twenty four 24 it North of Range six 6 East containing forty to acre All in Howard county Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell fora sufficient sum to satisfy said decree. Interest and costs i will at the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said decree interest and costs. Sai l Sale will be made without any Relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Alexander ii. Duke sheriff . Nov. 29, 1879. 7-w3. Black Edge it Blacklidge. A try for Riff. Mise rift a male. Marshall is Pickett Pickett it Al by Virtu e of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Howard circuit court in a cause wherein Edward j. Marshall is plaintiff and Anna Pickett \ run Pickett it. Al., Irene Indania re Usiri Jiki toe to make the aum of i Bice Huu Cei Huo Ort it a Mill if j 49 Dollar and 1 Wen Rix 2�. Cent woo Lul rot it s i in or o id c 1 will the hug Henri bidder on and we know of no other Way to be honest to others. We have to be honest to ourselves so from will find All goods on you this marked with red Ink in Plain figures thanking our customers for past patronage invite everybody to we a pm Ai p b c . To examine our Stock and see prices saturday december 20. 1879, the total correspondents of Tilk to Kibur mid doubt a be a p ens we favor this West Middleton. Nov. 2? i have looked in vain of late Hor a a clippers so t items in the Miars. Also a in Orval a. A and j even my old and highly esteemed Friend. A fluff has made himself scarce in the postal card column Rev. Evans has just concluded a series of meeting at my Zion which a Trust will a beneficial to this com in Unity in a spiritual Sray Rev. V. Beamer dispatch Al an Early a movement for it would Dou ant meeting and would add interest it the i pc la a ird news. We know that a a Roland i will do All he can to make it a Success. Hazan. . Ind. Nov. 25. Plevna ism Small Village situated 6 1-2 South of North Grove 8 1-2 Southwest of Xenia. 4 1-3 North of Greentown and to Railes East by Northeast of Kokomo la is situated on a Cross roads and has 2 stores. I a grocery and drug store Aud the other a grocery. I Laek Sudith shop Aud i physician. Preached at the Grange Hail at a place Plevna was the locating Here of last monday evening. It was decidedly the Ablest Effort he Ever made Here miss Smith is teaching a number one school and giving thorough satisfaction in District no. 2. K. D. Hammerer is having i usual sow. Weal Middleton look better a Ace or Bleecker built Bis House and barn. The. Ann at for us. Out . Inu Tattu a j. and or. I j. C. Senu maker saw Mill in 1869. Bot the 1 Mill has been moved to Warp Cong since the first grocery store was put up by j. but in a Short time one schooly became the possessor a then came we. Nutter and lastly the Stock waa divided and Anderson. Etui Coy Davidson. James ii. Enders. Emily Hadley. Prof. . Hamler Ralph Hamilton Joel Iju a. Amy Lambert. Abr a Miller. J w Miller Adward Miller. Mary Oakley lib Peters John Robertaon Alice Houger. Jasper Teter. I Gosie in whey. Mary Weakley or Weaver Alford Burton William it of Well. Hamuel Ellers Gray. Hattie Holman John Hite. Ida a. Kingman. Newton j Lillie. John Martin Juan a Mcfariln. Margar. T Metier. M is Kau 1 de Menan Lei r Pearce. Lace Pellay a w eager g e Swisher George in Wiley mis Mollie h Ess. Miss Jones Welch Busan Wiite Ord or. Julia Tetmeyer. Annie plea a rive number of list when railing for above setters. I. A. Bom yes. P. Between the hour of to of clock a. In. And 4 of clock p. Rn., of said Day. At the door of the court House in Kokomo. Howard county in rile a. Ute rent and prod for a term not exceeding seven years. 01 lha Lolo Wing described real estate to wit the undivided one half of the following j tract to it it it commencing at the Center of a Section eighteen 18 in township Twenty four r24 North of Range two 2 East thence West eighty so do. Then i North Jex Ceu 1 in rods thetic East thirty six 36 a it Ai South 52. Theme East ten to Rod thence North East sixteen 16 rods North 6.72 my thence East 20 14 rods Tho tick South 20.80 rods to the place of beginning containing eight and one half in acre in Howard county Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient us a to satisfy said decree interest and exits i will at the same time and place exp toe to Public Sale the fee simple of said Al estate or so much thereof a May be inf silent to i a a Barge said decree interest and wig. J we have not taken any advantage of the late Advance in stocks of All kinds and of course ours is no exception. We have bought our Stock far below the present Market value leg a i. Bald a i whatever from Laws. Mend. Anele Joe Heaton a sold at executor a Sale on last monday and Bough in by Fie the former gentleman for $24 .50 per Sere. About we. Middleton what the balt Deluea is not coming into the Tea is cd an inferior the balk of the hogs have been shipped them this neighbourhood there Are but Fri ads kit qom cd a a Ems to be driving a Good anoint Ai Tai kith tax let. Is still Dot a business Bere having bought a general Stock of serifs of Naal settlement. The administrators of a he named have fixed 1 Ieler final set $ lenient a it Vopata be made without any Relief and let our customers have the Benefit of All goods we have on valuation or appraisement hand. We Are sure lion very Sun. And j i i Riku same. Wilich Sui be presented to the i bulk of the from the same place. Ann sold out ? i Rena Alexander h. h. C. November 29. 1879. 7-w3. Grunt a Tarn a. Atty for puff. Pop Las Guo pc. Nov. 26. Bluer Kraut i All Berv Titi mid la now ready a Usa. The crop to remarkably i Fri owing to the Ravagna of the cabbage worm. To let a. Albright who turned his attention exclusively to the practice of Medicine and gelling drags but being very unfortunate by sickness in his family gave up the practice nod shipped his Stock to Ohio in the fix i of 1876. In the Spring of the Ami year or. Cot Eacott located Here and Bas since been successfully practising hts profession. Since his stay with us a has been purchasing drugs Caw Howard circuit court Lur approval and co fit Mal ton at the next term Hecei Ningon the third monday of december. 1879, to wit it late of Jacob David. Hiram t. Melton. And r Jesse Slider Joan r a Yai Gim a a Robert Armstrong. P. N. Shrader Lydia skip Worth. W in. Jones Benjamin be. We. Let a Ward f Oun notice to 8 log ii Hoider to a inuits association. You will make. Money by calling on us and seeing our goods. N As Wen needed and Sac a were called ? to John a . A to e i hereby Given to parti holding Stock to toe above a Etc Tabor. To make immediate Appie cation to w. W. Barnes few a them Aud accounts assigned to them. By order of the 7 we plex Kern pc com. D. Friday North Side Square Kokomo ind

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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!