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ANNUAL REPORTS 



OFFICEES OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



AND OF THE 



TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE SEVERAL BENEVOLENT, RE 

FORMATORY AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS, AS REQUIRED 

BY LAW TO BE MADE TO THE GOVERNOR, 



YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1890. 



gTA TE LIBR aRYi 

INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFOED, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING 

1891. . 



. PRKKACE 



STATE OF INDIANA, 

Opfige of Secretaky of State, 

Indianapolis, April 1, 1891. 

In accordance witt the requirements of an act approved February 3, 1853, 
(Ist G. & H., p. 538), the several administrative officers of the State and the 
Trustees and Superintendents of the Benevolent, Eeformatory and Educational 
Institutions thereof, have submitted to the Governor, and filed in the Executive 
Department, the reports required of them for the fiscal year ending October 31, 
1890, and the calendar year ending December 31, 1890, respectively, which have 
been entered of record in the order of their reception, and delivered to the Secre- 
tary of State for publication under the order of the Board of Commissioners of 
Public Printing and Binding. 

Sixteen hundred copies of reports are now bound and issued to the officers and 
persons designated by law to receive them. The usual number of copies of each 
report have also been bound in pamphlet form, and delivered to the responsible 
officer or Superintendent of each institution for distribution in such manner as 
they may deem for the best interests of the State. 

CHRIS H. STEIN, 
Clerk Bureau Public Printing. 



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CONTECNTS. 



FIRST VOLUME. 



Secretary of State. 
Auditor of State. 
Attorney-General. 
Treasurer of State. 
State Mine Inspector. 
Indiana University. 
Purdue University. 
State Normal School. 
Soldiers' Orphans' Home. 

SECOND VOLUME. 

Central Hospital for Insane. 

Northern Hospital for Insane. 

Eastern Hospital for Insane. 

Southern Hospital for Insane. 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Institution for the Blind. 

Institute for Feeble-Minded Youth. 

Reformatory for Girls and Women's Prison. 

Reform School for Boys. 

State Prison South. 

State Prison North. 



BIEINNIAL re: PORT 



CHARLES F. GRIFFIN, 



Secretary of State 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



Two Years Ending Oct. 31, 1890, 



TO THE GOYERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS : 

WM. B. BURFOKD, CONTRACTOR FOE STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 
1890 



THE STATE OF INDIANA, 

Executive Department, 

Indianapolis, November 5, 1890 



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Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State for 
verification of the financial statements. 



Office of Auditor of State, "I 

Indianapolis, November 5, 1890. / 

The financial part of the within report so far as the same relates to moneys 
expended for public printing and advertising, and public stationery, is correct. 

bkuce care, 

' Auditor of State. 



Returned by the Auditor of State, with the above certificate, and transmitted 
to the Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Com- 
missioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

WILLIAM B. ROBERTS, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, November 
5, 1890. 

CHARLES F. GRIFFIN, 

Secretary of State. 



jSTATE LIBRARY.^ 



ii^^^MPOJ-^S. li^lDIANA. i 



THIRD BIENNIAL REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 



STATE OF INDIANA, \ 
Office of Secretary of State, j 

Sir — I herewith respectfully submit the biennial report of 
the business of this office, embracing the period from the 1st 
day of November, 1888, to the 31st day of October, 1890, to- 
gether with tabulated statement of the vote of Indiana at the 
November election, 1890, for State officers, Congressmen and 
legislative and judicial officers of the State. 

I tilso submit, herewith, report of Charles A. Bookwalter, 
Clerk of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Station- 
ery, who has performed the duties pertaining to his office with 
rare ability and fidelity to the interest of the State. 

Permit me to call your attention to the fact that no index is 
found in this office of Enrolled Acts of the General Assembly 
of the State of Indiana since 1871, excepting the General As- 
semblies of 1887 and 1889. Frequent reference is made to 
these acts, copies thereof are often required by attorneys and 
parties for use in the courts of this and other States, and there 
is no method of finding an act on any given subject, except by 
an examination of the enrolled acts of the particular session 
referred to, page by page. 

I therefore recommend for your consideration that some pro- 
vision should be made by the General Assembly for the index- 
ing of these laws, such as has been kept in this office prior to 
1871 and since 1886, for the convenience of the general public. 



Laws, 1801 to 1839. 

The original Enrolled Acts of the General Assembly of Indi- 
ana, both State and Territorial, from the year 1801 to 1839, in- 
clusive, are tiled in this office, in manuscript form, in tin boxesv 

They are unbound and not indexed, and, many of them being 
more than eighty years old, are crumbling and falling to pieces, 
being now almost illegible. These documents are of great 
value to the State, and some provision should be made for the 
copying, indexing and binding thereof for their preservation. 

IToTARiES Public. 

Frequent calls are made upon this office for certificates ot 
official character and qualification of JSTotaries Public, resident 
in this State, for use in other States and Territories where 
their official acts are called in question. As the law now 
stands, the only evidence in this office of the official character 
or qualifications of a I^otary Public is his application and 
judge's certificate and the record of his official commission. 
'No evidence is filed in this office of his compliance with the 
law in the filing of his official bond and oath of office with the 
County Clerk. I respectfully suggest that, for the safety and 
convenience of the public, as well as of the officer himself, the 
law should be so amended as to provide for the filing of such 
bond and oath in the office of the Secretary of State, or else 
the filing in this office of the Clerk's certificate of the facts of 
such compliance with the law in this office. As the law is now 
framed, the Secretary of State is never safe in certifying that 
a Notary Public is duly qualified, etc., and yet a refusal so to 
certify often works great inconvenience and hardship. 

Railroad Maps and Profiles. 

The law requiring raih'oad companies to file maps and pro- 
files in this office has been complied within but few instances. 
Such maps and profiles are of great value in determining the 
boundaries of the right of way of such railroads, and are very 
frequently called for by land-owners through whose property 



such railroads pass, for use in the courts. The law, as now- 
constituted, is a dead letter, no penalty being attached for its 
non-fulfillment, and it ought to be amended. 

Railroad Corporations' Annual Report. 

Section 3918, Revised Statutes, 1881, requiring railroad cor- 
porations to file in the office of the Secretary of State an annual 
report of their doings, under oath, seems seldom to have been 
complied with. But few of such reports have been filed in 
thi^ office during the past two years, and, as no penalty at- 
taches for a failure to comply with such law, it is a dead letter. 
Such reports, if faithfully made, would be of considerable value 
to the State Board of Equalization, as well as to the general 
public. I recommend that this law be so amended that it may 
be enforced. 

Electoral Canvass. 

I respectfully suggest that sections 4771 and 4776, Revised 
Statutes of Indiana, 1881, pertaining to the canvass of the vote 
for Presidential electors, should be so amended as to require 
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in each county in the State to 
make a certificate of votes for Presidential electors in such 
county, required in section 4771, in duplicate, forwarding im- 
mediately one duplicate to the Secretary of State, and deliver- 
ing the other duplicate, as now required by law, to the proper 
marshal, to be by him conveyed to the Secretary of State, and 
requiring the Secretary of State, immediately upon the receipt 
of the certificate of the vote from the County Clerk, to tabu- 
late and spread the same upon the record in his office. 

This being done, upon the meeting of the marshals. Gover- 
nor and Secretary of State for the canvassing of such vote, it 
would only be necessary to compare the vote upon the records 
of the Secretary of State with the duplicate delivered . to the 
marshal, thereby insuring safety and convenience, and reducing 
the time necessary to make such canvass to a few hours, 
whereas now two or three days are required, and the cost of 
such canvass to the State is mach greater than under the plan 



lierein suggested. The making of such certificates of vote in 
duplicate would also insure against mistakes and clerical errors, 
and greatly expedite business in this office. 

I make these suggestions pertaining to the business of this 
office with the hope that they may meet with your approval, 
and through you may be called to the attention of the next 
Greneral Assembly. 

To the Bon. ALVIIS^ P. HOVEY, 

Governor of Indiana. 
Respectfully submitted, 

'^CHARLES F. GRIFFIN, 

Secretary of State. 
IS'ovember 6, 1890. 



STATE OFFICIAL ROSTER. 



{October SI, 1890.) 

Alvin p. Hovby, Governor. 
Ira J. Chase, Lieutenant-Governor. 
Charles F. Griffin, Secretary of State. 
Bruce Carr, Auditor of State. 
Julius A. Lemcke, Treasurer of State. 
Louis T. Michener, Attorney-General. 

Harvey M. LaFollette, Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion. 

Wm. T. ISToble, Clerk of Supreme Court. 

John L. Griffith, Reporter Decisions Supreme Court. 



STATE OFFICERS ELECTED AT iS^GyEMBER ELEC- 
TION, 1890. 



Claude Matthews, Secretary of State. 

John O. Henderson, Auditor of State. 

Albert Gall, Treasurer of State. 

Jos. A. S. Mitchell, Judge Supreme Court. 

Alonzo G. Smith, Attorney-General. 

Andrew M. Sweeney, Clerk Supreme Court. 

Hervey D. Vories, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Wm. a. Peelle, Jr., Chief of Bureau of Statistics. 

Sylvester S. Gorby, State Geologist. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF CHIEF OFFICERS, DEPUTIES 
AND CLERKS IN THE STATE DEPART- 
MENTS, OCTOBER 31, 1890. 



GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. 

Alvin p. Hovey, 
Governor. 

William B. Roberts, 
Private Secretary. 

*WiLLiAM Nelson, 
Executive Clerk. 

Otto F. Pfapflin. 
Governor's Messenger. 

SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE. 

Charles F. Griffin, 
Secretary of State. 

Chas. H. Young, 
Deputy. 

Charles L. Thurber, 
Clerk. 

Charles A. Bookwalter, 
Superintendent Public Printing and Binding. 

Charles E. Field, 
Messenger. 

OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. 

Bruce Carr, 
Auditor of State. 

John W. Coons, 
Deputy Auditor of State. 

* Resigned October 9, 1890. Succeeded by Alvin J. Hovey. 



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H, A. Reed, 
Insurance Clerk. 

Lewis G. Akin, 
Land. Clerk. 

J. Madison Dawson, 

C. M. Glover, 
Assistant Land Clerks. 

Geo. U. Bingham, 
General Clerk. 

TREASURER OP STATE'S OFFICE. 

Julius A. Lemcke, 
Treasurer. 

John H. Sonntag, 
Deputy Treasurer. 

J. A. Kellogg, 
Treasurer of State's "Watchman. 

CLERK SUPREME COURT. 

William T. ISToble, 
Clerk. 

John W, Wheatley, 
Deputy. 

Mary Peacock, 
Clerk. 

Joine Griffiths, 
Stenographer. 

SUPERINTENDENT OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

Harvey M. LaFollette, 
Superintendent Public Instruction. 

D. M. Geeting, 
Deputy. 



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Ira C. i^icHOLSON, 
Clerk. 

John H. Heinrichs, 
Stenographer. 

STATE LIBEARIAN. 

J. P. Dunn, Jr., 
• Librarian. 

M. E. Ahern, 
First Assistant. 

Mrs. G. R. Hibben, 
Second Assistant. 

Margaret McKenna, 
Copyist. 

OFFICE OF STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Alex. Heron, 
Secretary. 

Emmet L. Rose, 
Assistant Secretary! 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Charles IST. Metcalf, M. D., 
Secretary and Executive Officer. 

David N. Berg, Patrick J. Gorman, Mrs. C. N. Metcalf^ 

Clerks. 

ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT-STATE HOUSE. 

M. H. Cain, 
Chief of Department. 

Thos. C. Cain, 

George Amsden, 

Assistant Engineers. 



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P. Canary, 

J. Nauohton, 

Firemen. 

Geo. Smith, 
Fan Tender. 

Ellis Boyce, 
Elevator Conductor. 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 

Nicholas R. Ruckle, 
Adj utant- Gen er al . 

Wm. C. Homburg, 
Clerk. 



OFFICE OF QUARTARMASTER-GENERAL. 

Joseph P. Pope, 
Quartermaster-General. 

Turner Barnes, 
Armorer. 



OFFICE CUSTODIAN PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY. 

Timothy Griffin, 
Custodian. 

Randall J. Abrams, 
Assistant Custodian. 

Wm. K. O'Connell, 
Clerk. 



OFFICE OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 

Louis T. Michenur, 
Attorney-General. 



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JOHlJ H. GiLLETT, 

Assistant Attorney-General. 

James D. Walker, 
Clerk. 



OFFICE OF BUREAU OF STATISTICS. 

John Worrell, 
Statistician. 

Theo. R. Gillkland, 

Wm. H. Langsdale, 

Clerks. 



DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES. 

Prof. John Collett, 
Geologist. 

T. R. TiSLOW, Petersburg, 
Inspector of Mines. 

Simeon T. Yancey, Fortville, 
Inspector of Mineral Oils. 

A. I. Phinney, Muncie, 
Inspector of Natural Gas. 



OFPicE OF SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY. 

W. W. Thornton, 
Law Librarian. 

Edwin S. Boyd, 
Messenger. 

James L. Yates, 
Sheriff. 



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OFFICE OF REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT. 



John L. Griffith, 
Reporter. 

Robert E. Scott, 
Clerk. 



STATE INSPECTOR OF MINER,AL OILS. 

S. T. Yancey, M. D., 
Inspector. 

(Credit by Act of February 26, 1889.) 

deputies: 

John E. Wheeler Evansville. 

C M. Griffith ...yincennes. 

Chas. B. Dorsey .JSTew Albany. 

Louis Ernst .Madison. 

P. E. Goodrich Winchester. 

J. A. Willison Terre Haute. 

G. W. Ross .....ISroblesville. 

Michael Fornoff Logansport. 

Jas. R. Bruner ...Wabash. 

Theodore Thorward Ft. Wayne, 

Geo. M. Whitwer .South Bend. 

Geo. A. Mason ....Hammond. 

Max. Prayer Whiting. 

U. S. Roberts ...Lidianapolis. 

C. P. Thomas Indianapolis. 



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RAILROAD CORPORATIONS. 



Articles of Incorporations, Consolidation and Reports Filed dur- 
ing Fiscal Years commencing November i, 1888, and endiMg 
October 31, 1890, inclusive. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



American Midland Railway Company— Resolution changing name to 
New Castle, Ft, Wayne & Western Railway Company 

American Midland Railroad Company— Agreement of Consolidation. 

Auburn, Ligonier & Chicago Railway Company— Certified copy of 
Articles of Association ;. . 

Atlantic, Mexican & Pacific Railroad Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 



JButler, KendalivMle & Chicago Air Line Railroad Company— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Breokville, Richmond & Union City Railway Company— Articles of 
Association 



Canada & St. Louis Railway Company— (Southern Division)— Certified 
Copy of Articles ©f A.ssociation 

Cleveland, Colum'bus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis Railroad Com- 
pany— Twenty-first Annual Report, for year ending December 31, 



18S9. 



Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati & Indianapolis Railroad Company- 
Indianapolis & St. Louis Railroad Company and Cincinnati, 
Indianapolis, St. Louis & Chicago Railway Company— forming 
The Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Com- 
pany— Certified Copy of Agreement of Consolidation. 

Cincinnati & Bedford Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Chicago, Greenfield & Cincinnati Railway Company— Articles of In- 
corporation - _. . . 

Chicago, Muncie.Richmond & Cincinnati Railroad Company— Articles 
of Association 

Cincinnati, Bloomington and Chicago Railroad Company— Copy of 
Articles of Incorporation 

Cincinnati & Richmond Railroad Company, Cincinnati, Richmond 
& Chicago Railroad Company and Richmond & Miami Railroad 
Company— Articles of Incorporations. Agreement of Consolida- 
tion forming The Cincinnati & Richmond Railroad Company. . . 

Chicago, Portland & Wabash Railroad— Articles of Association. . . . 

Chicago & Wabash Railroa.d- Articles of Association 

Chicago & Brie Railroad Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Detroit, Waba«h & Chicago Railroad Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Detroit, Indiana & St. Louis Railway Company— Certified Copy of 
Articles of Association 



Evansville Northern Railroad Comr.any- Articles of Incorporation . 

Elgin, Joliet& Eastern Railroad Company of Indiana with Elgin, 
Joliet & Eastern Railway— Articles of Consolidation 

Evansville, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Railway Company— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Evansville, Newfcurgh & Rockport Railroad Company— Articles of 

East Chicago & Lake Michigan Railway Company— Articles of In- 
corporation 



Fort Wayne & Findlay Railroad Company— Articles of Association . 

Findlay, Fort Wayne & Western Railroad Company— Articles of 
Consolidation 

Fort Wayne, Terre Haute & Southwestern Railroad Company— Ar- 
ticles of Association 



Indiana Northern Railway Company— Articles of Association . . . . 
Indianapolis & Northern Railway Company— Articles ot Association 
Indiana Northern Railway Company— Articles of Association ... . 
Indiana Mineral Springs Railway Company— Articles of Association 
Indiana Railway Company— Articles of Association 



J'efi"ersonville Street Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation 
Kokomo Belt Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 



March 18, 1889. 
April 4, 1889. 

February 26, 1890. 

June 28, 1890. 

February 27, 1890. 
August 18, 1890. 

March 25, 1889. 

March 25, 1889. 



June 8, 1889, 
September 4, 1889. 

October 8, 1889. ^ 

October 10, 1889. 

October 30, 1889. 



March 26, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
August 13, 1890. 



April 5, 1889. 

March 3, 1890. 

January 7, 1889. 

February 15, 1889. 

June 4, 1889. 

November 21, 1889. 

November 26, 1889. 

August 1, 1890. 

August 13,:i890. 

October 4, 1890. 

April 12, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
May 13, 1890. 
June 7, 1890. 
July 22, 1890. 

December 17, 1888. 

November 22, 1888. 



17. 



RAILROAD CORPORATIONS— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Louisville, Madison <fe Cincinnati Railroad Company— Articles of As- 
sociation 

Louisville, New Albany & Corydon Railroad Company— Statement 
under Section 8918, R. S. 1881 

Lafayette Union Railway Company — Articles of Association 

Louisville, Richmond & Dayton Railway Co tu pan y — Articles of As- 
sociation 



Milford & Lake Miehigaii Railroad Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Michigan Air Line Railroad Company— Resolution of Stockholders, 
reducing number of Directors 

Montpelier & Chicago Railroad Company— Articles of Association. . 

North Kokomo Belt Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation. . 

New Castle, Fort Wayoe & Western Railroad Company— Resolution 
of American Midland Railroad Company changing name to . . . 

New York, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway Company— Certified Copy 
of Articles of Incorporations ... 

New Albany, Belt & Terminal Railroad Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration . ^ . . . . 

Northern Indiana Railway Company— Articles of Association . . . 

New York, Fort Wayne & Chicago Kailroad Company— Resolution ot 
Extension . . . 

New Albany Highland Railway Company— Articles of Association. . 

Orleans, West Baden & French Lick Springs Railroad Company- 
Increase of Capital Stock 



Ohio Falls Railroad — Articles of Association 

Ohio Falls Belt Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Peru & Detroit Railway Company — Articles of Association 

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company- 
Articles of Agreement 

Rockp'irt, Evanston, St. Meinrad & Ferdinand Railroad Company- 
Articles ot Incorporation . . . , . . 

Richmond & Miami Railway Company, Cincinnati & Richmond 
Railroad Company, and Cincinnati, Richmond & Chicago Rail- 
road Oompiiny —Agreement of Consolidation forming the Cin- 
cinnati & Richmond Railroad Company . . . 

Richmond Belt Riiilroad Company— Certified copy of Articles of As- 
sociation 

River Railroad Company— Articles of Association 



St. Joseph Valley Railway Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

South Bend & iMishawaka Railroad Company— Articles of Association 

St. Louis, Indianapolis and Eastern Railway Company of Indiana- 
Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Sturgis, Goshen <fe St. Louis Railway Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration ~ . . . 

St. Louis, Indianapolis & Eastern Railroad Company of Illinois, 
and St. Louis, Indianapolis <fe Eastern Railroad Company of In- 
diana — Articles of Agreement and Consolidation, forming the St. 
Louis, Indianapolis & Eastern Railroad Company 



Toledo Western Railroad Company, Detroit State Line & Wabash 
Railroad Company, The Wabash Eastern Railroad Company of 
Indiana, The Wabash Eastern Company of Illinois, The Wab.ish 
Western Railroad Company, under the name of The Wabash Rail- 
road Company— Articles of Consolidation 

Toledo, Kendallville & Rochester Railway Company— Articles of 
Incorporation 



Union, Chicago & Omaha Railroad Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Valparaiso & LaCrosse Railway Company— Certified copy of Articles 
of Incorporation 



Washington Street Railroad Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Wabash Eastern Railway Company — Articles of Association 

Wabash Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Washington & Jasper Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporations 



2— Sec. 



January 3, 1889. 

January 10, 1889. 
March 4, 1890. 

July 19, 1890. 



February 27, 1889. 

October 19. 1889. 
February 28, 1890. 

March 11,1889. 

March 18, 1889. 

July 29, 1889. 

April 7, 1890. 
May 22, 1890. 

June 7, 1890. 
July 21, 1890. 

February 9, 1889. 

March 22, 1889. 
July 2, 1890. 

March 29, 1889. 

August 25, 1890. 

December 26, 1889. 



March 26, 1890. 

June 2, 1890. 
August 4, 1890. 

August 7, 1889. 
September 10, 1889. 

November 2, 1889. 

November 12, 1889. 



February 11, 1890. 



July 29, 1889. 
December 23, 1889. 

February 7, 1890. 

February 20, 1890. 

April 9, 1887. 
May 17. 1889. 
July 29, 1889. 
September 3, 1889. 



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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATIOISr. 



Manufacturing, Mining, Building, Insurance, Etc. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Alward Furniture Company, South Bend— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

Anderson Flint Brittle Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Arlington Natural G s Company— Articles of Association 

Anderson Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Alto Natural Gas and Oil Company — Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

American Machine Co'i'pany-Articles of Incorporation 

Arnold's Patent Car Brake and Starter Co.— Duplicate Articles of 
Association 

Adams & Ripley, undertaker Company, Indianapolis— Articles of 
Incorporation 

American Midland Railroad Company — Resolution changing name 
to "New Castle, Ft. Wayne & Western Railroad Company." . . . 

Arvilla Manufacturing Company— Article- of Association 

Alabama Street Building Association — Articles of Association . . . . 

Alden Oi' and Gas Company— Articles of Association. 

Auburn Wind Mill Company— irtieles of Incorporation 

Actne Oil and Gas t ompany — Articles of Association . ... ■, • • • 

Atkins, E. C. & Co. — Supplemental Certificate of Incorporation and 
notice of increase of capital stock and number of directors. . . . 

Atlas Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association 

Advance Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . 

Arnold Imi>rovement Company — Articles of Incorporation 

American Mineral Paint Company— Articles of Association 

Acme Saving and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation . . . , 

Auburn Mining Company— Certificate of Enlargement ot Objects . . 

Arcadia Gas Consumers Association — Articles of Association 

Amerieai Implement Publishing Company— Articles of Association . 

Acorn Steam Boiler and Heating Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion r . ■ 

Adams Brick Company— Articles of Association ...... 

American Car Door Company — Articles of Association 

Angola Lodge, No. 206. K of P.— Certificate of Incorporation 

American Building and Loan Association of West Indianapolis— Ar- 
ticles of Association 

American Ticket Brokers' Association — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Alexandria Loan A.ssociation — Copy of Articles of Association . . . . 

Aroma Oil and Gas C'lmnany— Copy of Articles of Associaticm .... 

Attica Building and Loan Association— Certificate of Increase Capi- 
tal Stock 

Attica Building and Loan Association— Acceptance of Act ot 1885 . . 

Allen County Loan and Saving As.soeiation— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Avondale Natural Gas Company, of Muncie, Ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration .... 

Anderson Rase Ball Association— Articles of Association 

American Mortar Company— Articles of Association 

American Mortar Company— Substitute Articles of Association . . . 

Auburn Reading Room Society— Copy ot Articles of Incorporation . 

American lee Mnchine Compiny— Certificate of Incorporation. . . . 

Aurora Coffin Company — Articles of Association 

Anderson Paper Company — A tides of Incorporation 

Anglo-American Parlor Car Manufacturing Company— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Ajax Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

American '^tarch Company— Ceriificate of Incorporation 

Anderson Iron and Bolt Company— Articles of Association 

Arm- Lock Manuf cturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

American Order, Knights ol the Orient- Articles of incorporation. . 

Bloomington Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Builders' Exchange of the City of Ev ansville- \rticles of Association 
Building Association, No. 10, Rushville— Articles of Incorporation ■. 
Bell-Armstcad Manufar-tunng Comiiany — Articles of Associa. ion . . 
Bins' Road Saving and Loan Association — Articles of Association . . 

Bretney B')iler-Feeder Company— Articles ot Association 

Brightwood, No. 2, Building and Loan Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 



November 19, 1888. 
November 21, 1888. 
November 30, 1888. 
December 10, 1888. 

February 6, 1889. 

February 25, 1889. 

March 16, 1889. 

March 18, 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 
April 2, 1889. 
May27, 1889. . 
May 29, 1889. 
May 31, 1889. 

June 14, 1889. 
June 24, 1889. 
June 14, 1889. 
July 3. 1889. 
July 16. 1889. 
July 17, 1889. 
July 27, 1889. 
Augu-t 20, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 

November 5.1889. 
November 9, 1889.. 
January 7, 1890. 
January 10, 1890. 

January 14, 1890. 
.Ianuary23, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 
February 27, 1890. 

March 27, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 

April 10, 1890. 

April 23. 1890. 
April 30. 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 
May 20, 1890. 
May 28. 1890. 
June 30, 1890. 
July 23, 1890. 
August 19, 1890. 

August 26. 1890. 
St'pteDiber2, 1890.. 
September 6, 1890... 
October 15, 1890. 
October 16, 1890. 
October 16, 1890. 

February 9, 1889. 
February 21,1889. 
February 25,1889.. 
March 1. 1889. 
March 26. 1889. 
April 16, 1889. 

May 2, 1889. 



19 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION^— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Boor Natural Gas and Petroleum Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ■ ■ . . 

Bloominirton Improvement Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Bruce Oil and Gas Company — Articles ot Association 

Button Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Bear Creeii Gas and Mining Company— Articles ot Incorporation . . 

Bash, S. & Company— Articles oi Incorporation • . 

Bluffton Light and ti'uel Company— Articles of Association 

Browustown Impr-ivement Company- Articles if Assoriation . . . . 

Barn Creek Gas Company — Duplicate Articles nf Association ... 

Buildit/g and Loan Association, No.S, Frankfort— Articles of Asso- 
ciation . 

Brownstown Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Browustown and Ewing Street Railroad Company — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . ... 

Ben Hur Lodge, No. 197, K. of P., of Bvansville— Certific te of Incor- 
poration ... 

Blue Grass Creamery Company— Articles of Associ ition 

Bloomington Oolitic Stone Company — Duplicate of Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Bedford Blue Stone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Batesville Bank— Certified Copy of Articles of Association 

Bernice Lodge, No. 120, K. of P.— Ceriifieate of Incorporation 

Boxley Natural Gas Pipe Line Company— Copy of Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Bate.sville Bank-^ Certificate of half Capital 8toek paid in 

Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association of Tell City— Resolu- 
tion of the Stockholders Increasing the Capital Stock from 820,000 
toS25,000 

Broad Ripple Gas Company — Articles of Association 

Bankers' Corner Natural Gas Company— Copy of Articles of Associ- 
ation. . . 

Batesville District Fair Association— Articles of Association 

Bauer Cooperage Company —Certificate of [ncrease of Capital Stock. 

Burlington Lodge, Nd. 179, K. of P.— Certificate of Incoriioration • 

Brookville Electric Light and Power Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Bediord Stone Company— Certificate of Reduction of Capital Stock . 

Bankers' Realty and Mnrtgaee Company— Articles of Incorporation 

IBrownstown Building Association— Certificate of Incorporation 

Building .ind Lo;in Association, Articles of Association ... 

Bedford Limestone Company — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Bloomfield Iron Comp ny — Articles of Association 

Burris-Herzsch (Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Brookville Lodge, No. 76, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation 

Benner Furniture Company — Articles ot Incorporation .... 

Bickiiell Coal Company— Articles ot Incorporation 

Brazil Fire Brick and Sewer-Pipe Company — Articles of Incorpora 
tion . ... 

Barbers' Mutual Aid and Benefit Society- Articles of As.=oeiation 

Blake-Street Saving and Loan Association No. 4— Articles of As 
ciation . . 

Blanchard Furniture Company — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Bank of C immeree (Evansville) — Articles of Association . . 

Bear HiL Log Cabin Distilling Company— Certified Copy of Articles 
of Ass eiation ... . . 

Building Association No. 10— Additional Articles of Incorporation . 

Bergen's Asthma Cure Company— Articles of Association 

Buchner Chair Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Bedford Quarry Company— Articles of Association 

Bowen-Merrill Company— Articles of Association 

Benedict Sular Globe Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Baldwin Wooden AVare Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Bowfn Maiiuf/icturing Company — Arti-des of Incorporation 

Bedford Electric Light and Power Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Batesville Candy Company— Articles of Incorporation 



Citizens State Bank of Knightstown— Certificate of 50 Per Cent. Stock 
Paid in 

Columbus Building and Loan Fund Association of Oakland City- 
Acceptance of act of 1885 . . . 

■Central State Bank of West Lebanon— Copy of Certificate of Incor- 
poration .• 



May 20 
May 23 
May 24 
May 27 
May 31, 
June 6, 
Junes, 
July 3, 
July 6, 



1889. 
, 18S9. 
. 1889. 
, 1889. 

1889. 

1889 

1889. 
IHfSt). 
1889. 



July 15, 1889 
July 16, 1889. 

July 18, 1889. 

July 27, 1889. 
Augusts, 1889. 

August 12, 1889. 
August 13, 1889. 
August 19, 1889. 
September 21, 1889. 

September 26, 1889. 
October 7, 18s9. 



October 24, 1889. 
November 11,1889. 

December 3, 1889. 
January 8, 1890. 
January 23, 18if0. 
February 3, 1890. 

February 13, 1890. 
February 20, 1890. 
Fe ■ruary 26, 1890. 
M irch 5, J8H0. 
March 6, 1890. 
March iO, 1890. 
March 20. 1890. 
April 2, 1890. 
April 3, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
April 17, 18y0. 

April 29, 1890. 
May 16, 1890. 

May 26, 1890. 
May28. 18'0. 
June 9, 1890. 

June 13, 1890. 
July 1, 1890. 
July 31. 1890. 
August 4, 1890. 
August 15, 1890. 
August 25, 1890. 
September 23, 1890. 
September 24. 1890. 
October 1, 1890. 

October 8, 1890. 
October 24, 1890. 



November 8, 1888. 
November 8, 1888. 
November 17, 1888. 



20 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Citizens Loan and Improvement Company of Ft. Wayne — Articles 
of Incorporation 

Car Works Saving and Loan Association of Indianapolis— Articles of 
Association . . .... 

Clay County Home and Saving Association of Brazil — Articles of 
Association 

Columbia Club of Terre Haute — Articles of Association 

Citizens Gas and Oil Company of Hartford City — Reduction of Capital 
Stock. . - 

Consumers Gas Company of Summitville — Articles of Incorpoi'ation 

Chapin Brick Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Crescent Artillery of Evansville, Ind.— Certified Copy of Articles 
of Association 

Co-operative Fuel and Gas Light Company of Muncie— Reduction of 
Capitnl Stock 

Crescent Furniture Company of Evansville— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Clifford Avenue Saving and Loan Association of Indianapolis— Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

Crawlordsville Natural Gas Company of Crawfordsville— Certified 
Copy of Certificate of Incorporation 

Clover Leaf Manufacturing Company of Indiana — Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Citizens State Bank of Boswell— Certificate to payment of Capital 
Stock 

Citizens Gas Company, of Summitville, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

Covington Electric Light, Heat and Power Company— Articles of In- 
corporation , 

Central Co-operative Fuel & Gas Light Company, of Muncie— Articles 
of Association 

Citizens Saving and Loan Association of Batesville— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Calumet Printing and Publishing Company (Hammond)— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Creamer & Scott Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Champion Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . 

Cottage Building Comp:iny, of Evansville— Articles of As-sociation . . 

Citizens Saving Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Clark County Cement Company — Articles of Association ........ 

Carthage Natural Gas Company— Reduction of Capital Stock . . . . 

Co-operative Fuel and Gas Company, of Albany, Indiana— Articles of 
Associ tion 

C. L. Centliore Street Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Co-operative Fuel and Gas Light Company, of Yorktown- Articles of 
Incorporation 

Clover Leaf Creamery of Boonville— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Citizens Cooperative Natural Gas Company— Copy of Articles of As- 
sociation 

Citizens Building and Loan Association of Vernon, Ind.— Articles of 
Association 

Cecil. Lenon and Dunkin Natural Gas Company— Certificate of In- 
corporation 

Cannelton Manufacturing, Gas, Oil and Mining Company— Articles 
of Association 

Cable Mining Company — Articles of Association 

Church of the First Born— Certified Copy of Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... 

Cooperative Fuel and Gas Light Company— Copy of Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Citzens Natural Gas, Mineral and Oil Company of Spiceland, Ind.— 
Duplicate of Articles of Association 

Centennial Saving and Loan Association of Indianapolis— Certificate 
of Incorporation 

Citizens Natural Gas Company of Kokomo, Ind. — Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Citizens Union Mining Company— Articles of Association ...... 

Citizens Oil and Natural Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Citizens Gas Company of Wabash— Duplicate Copy of Articles of 
Association ... 

Commercial Travelers' Oil and Gas Company— Certificate of Incor- 
ponition 

Centennial Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Chas. A. Dale & Company— Art cles of Association 

Central Gas Company— Articles of Association 



November 20, 1888 

December 10, 1888 

December 10, 1888 
December 12, 1888 

December 18, 1888 
December 24, 1888 
January?, 1889. 

January 7, 1889. 

January 14, 1889. 

January 14, 1889. 

January 22, 1889. 

J anuary 25, 1889. 

February 5, 1889. 

February 5, 1889. 

February 7, 1889. 

February 15, 1889. 

February 18, 1889. 

February 25, 1889. 

February 28. 1889. 
March 9, 1889. 
March 16, 1889. 
March 19, 1889. 
March 23, 1889, 
March 23, 1889. 
March 27, 1889. 

April 1, 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 

April 6, 1889. 
April 10, 1889. 

April 22, 1889. 



May 6, 1889. 

May 22, 1889. 
May 25, 1889. 

June 5, 1889. 

June 5, 1889. 

June 11, 1889. 

June 13, 1889. 

June 13. 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 

June 29, 1889. 

July 1, 1889. 
July 8,1889. 
July 9,1889. 
July 11, 1889. 



21 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATIOI^— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Cayuga Milling Compariy — Certificate of Incorporation 

Crescent Paper Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Cable Mining Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Church ot Christ (Scientist) of Indianapolis— Articles of Association . 

Center Co-operative Creamery — Copy of Articles of Association . . . 

Cottage Building and Saving Association — Artielesof Incorporation. 

Colfax Manufacturing Company — Articles of Association 

Cook & Stover Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporition 

Cottage Building and Loan Association of Indianapolis -Duplicate 
of Articles of Association 

Crawfordsville Water Supply Company— Articles of Association . - 

Citizens Gas Company of Frankton — Articles of Association 

Citizens Bank (Salem) — Articles of Association 

Central Mining Company— Duplicate Articles of Association 

Cammaek Natural (jas and Mining Company, of Delaware County, 
Indiana— Articles of Association 

Citizens Bank of Salem— Certificate of 50 per cent, of Capital Stock 
paid in . • . 

Calanthe Division No. 11, Uniform Piank, K. of P., of (roshen, Indiana 
— Articles of Incorporation 

Citizens G-as Company (Jolietville) — Articles of Association . . . . 

Citizens Natural Gas Company, of Windfall— Duplicate of Articles 
of Association 

Crochrane & Peters Company— Certificate and Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . . 

Central Buildins Association 

Columbia Encaustic Tile Company— Certificate of Incorporation. . . 

Cass County Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association 

Co-operative Natural Gas Company, of Dalevillo, Indiana— Articles 
of Association . . . . . . 

Cloverdale Building. Loan Fund and Saving Association- Copy of 
Articles of Association and By-Laws 

Citizens Gas Company, of Ambcy— Copy of Articles of Incorporation 

Crown Brewing Company— Arieles of Association 

Canal Natural Gas and Oil Well Company— Copy of Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Central Railway Supply and Construction Company— Certificate of 
Incorporation 

"Citizens State Bank," of Plainfield, Indiana— Copy of Articles of 
Association . 

Citizens Gas Company of Fairmount, Indiana — Copy of Articles of 
Association 

Connersville Natural Gas Company— Copy of Articles of Association 

Crawfordsville Water and Light Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Cadiz and Northeastern Gas Line Company — Articles of Association 

Citizens Gas and Fuel Company of Terre Haute— Duplicate of Arti- 
cles of Association 

Citizens State Bsnk of Plainfield, Indiana— Certificate of 50 per cent, 
of Capital Stock paid in. .... 

Citizens Gas Company of Swayzee — Articles of Association. . . 

Crystal Rice Milling Company— Duplicate Articles of Incorporation 

Cadiz Natural Gas Company— Copy of Articles of Association and 
By-Laws 

Citizens B'iilding and Loan Fund Association of Crothersville — Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

Central Gas Company of Hamilton County— Articles of Association . 

College Corner Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Cleveland National Fence Company — Duplicate Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Clay Shingle Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Cottage Home Building and Loan Association — Duplicate Articles of 
Incorporation 

C. B. Cones & Son Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Citizens Gas Cotripany of Fairmount, Grant County— Certified Copy 
of Articles of Association 

Cleveland Fence Company— Duplicate of Articles of Incorporation . 

Citizens State Bank of Rochester— Certified copy of Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

Citizens State Bank of Rochester— Certificate of 50 Per Cent, of Capi- 
tal Stock Paid in 

Citizens Saving and Investment Company of Sheridan — Certified 
Copy of Articles of Association . 



July 12, 1889. 
July 17, 1889. 
July 17, 1889. 
July 19, 1889. 
July 29, 1889. 
August 5, 1889. 
August 9. 1889. 
August 10, 1889. 

August 19, 1889. 
August 20, 1889. 
August 21, 1889. 
August 27, 1889. 
September 4, 1889. 

September 5, 1889. 

September 5, 1889. 

September 10, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 

September 21, 1889. 

September 24, 1889. 
September 25, 1889. 
October 3, 1889. 
October 7, 1889. 

October 8, 1889. 

October 9. 1889. 
October 11, 1889. 
October 11, 1889. 

November 7, 1889. 

November 12, 1889. 

November 18, 1889. 

November 20, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 

November 21, 1889. 
November 22, 1889. 

November 27, 1889. 

November 29, 1889. 
November 29, 1889. 
December 7, 1889. 

December 11, 1889. 

December 16, 188P. 
December 17,1889. 
December 17, 1889. 

January 2, 1890. 
January 3, 1890. 

January 14, 1890. 

January 21, 1890. 

January 31, 1890. 
February 3, 1890. 

February 8, 1890. 

February 8, 1890. 

February 12, 1890, 



22 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



Central College of Physicians and Surgeons— Amendments to Consti- 

tdtion nnd Articles of Association ... 
^?'j'"w"^ OigaT Company— Certificate of Incorporation ....'.' 
Clyde Window Glass Company of Muncie— Articles of Incorporation 

Cuba Chefnical Company-Articles ot Incorporation 

Citizens Electric Company of Uoshen— Articles of Incorporation . . 
Cooperative Association of Indiana University— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Citizens Saving and Loan Association, No. 2— Certificate of Incor- 
poration 

Crown Point Electric Light and Electric Steel' Railway Coinpany- 

Arucles of Incorporation 
Culver &Gtiger Company— Certificates of Incorporation ". ■....'. 
Clint.)n Lie Insurance Association— Approval ot Title by Auditor of 

State 

Chicago-Tolleston Land and Investment Companj'— Articles of In- 

eorporation . , . 

Cleveland Club— Articles of Association . . . . ........... 

Covydon Milling Comi.any— Duplicate Articles of Association . '. 

Cushion Car Wheel Comp;iny-Articles of Incorporation 

Commercial Ciub Street and Road .-issoeiation— Articles of Associa- 
tion . . 

Citizens Street Railroad Company of Washington, Indiana— Articles 

of Association 

Consumers Gas Company of Sheridan— Certificate of Incorporation . 
Charles Heeewald Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . . . 
Citizens Building and Loan Association, No. 2— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

County Fair Association of Danville— Articles of Associattion ! '. '. '. 
Carpenters' and Joiners' Cooperative Planing Mill and Lumber Deal- 
ers As.«ociation— Articles ot Association 

Clyde Window Glass Company -Amendment to Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Center Lidge, No. 216, Knights of Pythias— Articles"of Association' '. 
Clark County Record Publishing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ..'... 

Chicago Cooperative Land and Investment Company— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Connersville Gas Lisht Manufacturing Company— Certificate of En- 
largement of Objects . 

Cornet Club of Madison, Indiana— Certificate of Incorporation '. '. '. 

Christian fclnde vor Library— Articles of Association 

Chicago-Porter Home Investment Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . 

Carroll County Creamery and Cheese Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion . . 

Chicago Suburban Land and Investment Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation . . 

Citizens Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . '. 

Crescent Piiper and Pulp Company— Articles of Association 

Connersville Lounge Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Cleveland Fenc- Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Cleveland .National Fence C mpany— Articles of Incorporation . . . 
Crescent Paper .Manuiacturing Company— Articles of Association . . 
Consumers Gas Trust Company of Kokomo— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Colleee of Medicine and Surgery— Articles of Incorporation !."."' . 
Citizens Gas Company of Center, Indiana— Articles of Association . 

Dunkirk Gas Company— Change in Name 

DeSota Natural Gas Company — Articles of Association 

Decatur Trenton Rock Mining Company of Decatur— Articles of As- 
sociation. 

Dugdale Can Company of Indianapolis— Articles of Incorporation. . 

Delaware Natural Gas and Mining Company-Articles of Association 

Delaware County Land Improvement Company— Articles ot Incor- 
poration ' 

DaN', Chas. A., & Company— Articles of Association . . . 

D E Stone Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Diamond Coal Mining Company— Articles of Association 

Delaware and Market Street Saving and Loan Association— Certifi- 
c ite of Incorporation . . ... 

Decatur Trenton Rook Mining Company— Copy of Amendmeiits to 
the Articles of Association 



When Filed. 



February 14, 1890. 
March 4. 1890. 
March 15, 1890. 
March 18, 1890. 
March 26, 1890. 

Anril 1, 1890. 

April 21, 1890. 

April 23. 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 

May 2, 1890. 

May fi, 1890. 
May 7, 1S90. 
May 8, 1890. 
May 17, 1890. 

June 5, 1890. 

June 12, 1890. 
June 18, 1890.' 
June 25, 1890. 

June 25, 1890. 
July 2, 1890. 



July 2, 1890. 

July 7, 1890. 
July 9, 1890. 

Julv 17,1890. 

July 18, 1890. 

July 19, 1890. 
August 14, 1890. 
September 6, 1890. 

September 4, 1890. 

September 13, 1890. 

September 13, 1890. 
September 16,1890. 
September 18, 1890. 
September 12, 1890. 
September 23, 1890. 
September 23, 1890. 
September 24, 1890. 

September 27, 1890. 
September 30, 1890. 
October 3, 1890. 

January 7. 1889. 
January 17, 1889. 

January 29. 1889. 
February 8, 1889. 
February 27, 1889. 

February 27, 1889. 
July 9, 1889. 
July 30, 1889. 
August 7, 1889. 

September 11, 1889. 

October 30, 1889. 



23 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Diamond Loan and Building Association of Wabash— Articles of As- 
sociation 

Dunn 8tone and Marble Company— Articles of Association and In- 
corporation 

Deer Creek Mining Company— Duplieate Articles of Association . . . 

Diamond Block Coal Company — Articles of Association 

D. H. Ranch Publishing Company— Articles of Association 

Delaware County Bank of Muncie— Certified Copy of Resolution 
In crest sing Capital Stock 

Dienhart Harness Company- Articles of Association 

Delphi Lodge, No. 80, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation 

Dayton File and Cabinet Company- Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Dille <fe McGuire Manufacturing Company- Transcript of Wayne 
Circuit Court, changing name of Richmond Lawn Mower Com- 
pany 

Delaware Street Saving and Investment Company — Articles of Asso- 
ciation .■ • 

Dickson Storage and Transfer Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Dublin Buildiog, Loan and Saving Association of Dublin — Articles 
of Assdciation 

Delphi Lime Company — Certified copy of Articles of Incorporation . 

Dark Hollow Quarry Company— Articles, of Association 

Dillsboro Builaing, Loan Fund and Saving Association— Articles of 
Association . . 

D. H. Davis Coal Company— Articles of Assi ciation 



Enterprise Heading Company of Kokomo— Articles of Association . 

Evansville Egg Carrier Company- Reduction of Capital Stock . . . . 

Enterprise Natural Gas Company of Hamilton County — Articles of 
Association ... 

Evansville Savine and Investment Company — Articles of Association 

Elkhart Electric Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Emmerson-Balke-Kraus Company of Indianapolis— ArJicles of In- 
corporation 

Eastern Savinir and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Eureka Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Einora Saving and Loan Association — Articles of Association . . . . 

Enterprise Building and Saving Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Evansville Symphony Club— Certified copy of Articles of Association 

Bntc-prise Steam Laundry Company— Duplicate of Certificate and 
Articles of Association . 

Eureka Flouring Mill Company— Articles of Association 

Evansville and Bowling Green Steam Packet Company— Articles of 
Association 

Ellsworth Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association . . 

E. C. Atkins & Co. — Supplemental Certificate of Incorporation and 
Notice ot Increase ot Capital Stock and Number of Directors . . 

East Chicago, Hammond and Hegewisch Street Railway Company — 
Articles of Association 

Evansville Ice and Cold Storage Company — Articles of Ass-iciation . 

Ex-Soldiers' Mutual Life Assurance Society of the Northwest, of 
G. shen, Ind . 

Eagle Sash, Door and Blind Company— Copy of Articles of Incor- 
pora.tinn 

Edinburgh Standard Manufacturing Company- Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Evangelical Lutheran St. John's Congregation of the Unaltered 
Augsbury Confes.-ion. at North Hammond, in Lake County, Ind. 
— Articles of Incorporation ... . ... 

Earlham College of Richmond — Agreement reducing number of 
Trustees ... . . . 

Electric Light, Gas Heating and Coke Company of Jefferson ville— 
Articles of Incorporat'on 

Excelsior Lodge, No. 25, K. ot P.— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Enterprise Building and Loan Association — Articles of Association, 
and Certified Resolution Increasina- Capital Stock 

East Lynn Gas Company— Duplicate Articles of Association 

East Chicago Ice Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Excelsior Building, Loan and Saving Association of Elkhart, Ind — 
Articles oi Association ... .... . . .... 

Edwards Railroad Electric Light Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Elwood Building, Loan and Saving Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 



November 5, 1889. 

November 18, 1889. 
December 4, 1889. 
December 24, 1889. 
January 2, 1890. 

January 22, 1890. 
February 6, 1890. 
February 22, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 



March 13, 1890. 

March 27, 1890. 
April 1,1890. 

April 4, 1890. 
July 1, 1890. 
Augusts, 1890. 

September 9. 1890. 
September 23, 1890. 

November 23, 1888. 
November 2fi, 1888. 

November 27, 1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
January 14, 1889. 

January 18, 1889. 
January 17, 1889. 
February 5, 1889. 
February 16, 1889. 

February 25. 1889. 
March 19, 1889. 

April 16, 1889. 
April 29, 1889. 

May 20, 1889. 
May 25, 1889. 

June 14, 1889. , 

June 19, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 

July 23, 1889. 

August 5, 1889. 

August 8, 1889. 



September 16, 1889. 

October 15, 1889 

October 17, 1889. 
December 4, 1889. 

December 24, 1889. 
December 30, 1889. 
January 22, 1890. 

February 4, 1890. 

February 6, 1890. 

February 13, 1890, 



24 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Evansville Electric Light and Power Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Eagle Iron Works — Copy of Articles of Incorporation 

Enterprise Manufacturing Company of Freelandville, Ind.— Articles 
of Incorporation ._ 

Electric Litrhting and fias Heating and Illuminating Company of 
Indianapolis— Certificate ot Enlargement of Objects 

Evansville Street Railway Company — Articles of Association . . . . 

Eclipse Manufacturing Company of Middlebury, Ind. — Articles of 
Association . 

Enterprise Reed Chair Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

East End Natural Gas Company of Muncie— Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration - 

Eclectic Medical Association of Indiana^Articles of Association . . 

Edinburgh Cabin', t Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Evan^vilie Brewing Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

East Branch Natural (ias Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

J. A. Everitt Seed Company — Articles of Association 

Evansville Egg Carrier Company — Amendment to Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Enterprise Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Evansville Artificial Stone Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Evansville Lodge, No. 116, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks 
— Articles of Incorporation . ■ 

Equitable Building, Loan and Saving Association— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Evansville Picture, Moulding and Manufacturing Company — Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 



Oeo. A. Boher Brewing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Globe Medicine Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Gas Light and Coke Company of New Albany— Enlargement of Ob- 
jects . . 

Greenwood Building and Loan Association — Articles of Association 

Granville Citizens Natural Gas Company— Copy of Arti.les of Asso- 
ciation 

Greenfield Real Estate Exchange — Articles of Association 

Greent.iwn Milling and. Grain Elevator Company — Articles of Asso- 
cintion . . 

Garden City Stationery Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Grand Court of the Order of the Eastern Star of Indiana — Articles 
of Association 

Gorton. W. E., Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Germania Building, Loan and Saving Association— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Greiner Shoe Manufacturing Company — Articles of Association . . 

Garvin Park Building, Loan and Saving Association — Articles of As- 
sociiitioi . . 

Galveston Natural Gas Company — Certificate of Reduction of Capital 
Stock 

Germania Building, Loan Fund Association of Boonville— Articles 
ot Association 

Gambrinus Saving and Loan Association, No. 2 — Certificate of In- 
corporation . . 

Greencastle Brick, Stone and Lime Company — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Guarantee Oil a^nd Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Grand Lodge, K. of P., of Indiana — Certificate of Inforporation . . . 

Goshen Manutacti.iring Company — Articles of Association 

Germania Buildins, Loan Fund and Saving Association of Seymour, 
Jackson County, Indiana— Articles ot Incorporation 

Germania Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association, of Sey- 
mour— Copy of Resolutions Increasing the Capital Stock 

Gas, Electric Light and Power Company (Crawfordsville)~Duplicate 
of Articles of Incorporation. ... . . . . 

Greenfield Iron and Nail Company— Articles of Association 

•Greene County Building, Saving and Loan Association — Certificate of 
Incorporation . . . . . 

Gates and Blountsville Natural Gas Company — Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Greensburg Lodge, No. 148, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation and 
Articles of Association ..... 

Globe Manufacturing Company — Certificate of Increase of Capital 
Stock 

Grand Temple, Pythian Sisters of Indiana — Articles of Incorporation 



February 20, 1890. 
March 8, 1890. 

March 26, 1890. 

March 31, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 

April 17, 1890. 
May 5, 1890. 

May 14, 1890. 
May 21, 1890. 
June 21, 1890. 
July 23, 1890. 
August 12, 1890. 
August 25, 1890. 

August 23, 1890. 
September 5, 1890. 
September 11, 1890. 

September 12, 1890. 

September 23, 1890. 

October 14, 1890. 

December 26, 1888. 
January 5, 1889. 

January 12, 1889. 
January 14, 1889. 

January 17, 1889. 
February 13, 1889. 

February 23, 1889. 
February 26, 1889. 

March 4, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 

March 1.3, 1889. 
March :;6, 1889. 

March 29, 1889. 

April 5, 1889. 

April 10, 1889. 

April 23, 1889. 

April 27, 1889. 
May 25, 1889. 
June 13, 1889. 
August 1, 1889. 

August 3, 1889. 

August 9, 1889. 

August 27, 1889. 
September 3, 1889, 

October 12, 1889. 

October 25, 1889. 

October 28, 1889. 

November 21, 1889. 
December 10, 1889. 



25 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



Whkk Filed. 



Germania Gesangverein, of Logansport, Indiana— Articles of Associ- 
ation 

Greene Township Economical Society — Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Garfield Club (Indianapolis) — Articles of Incorporation 

•Gorman Wheel and Novelty Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Guarantee Saving and Investment Association of Indianapolis, In- 
diana — Articles of Association 

Goshen Street Railway Company — Articles of Association 

Garrett Electric Light Company— Certified Copy Articles of Associa- 
tion . . .i 

Gibson Lodge, No. 208, K. of P — Articles of Association 

G-erman Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association— Certificate of 
Incorporation 

Goshen Folding Bed Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Goshen Pulley Company — Certified copy of Articles of Association. . 

Goshen Pulley Manufacturing Company — Certified ®opy of Articles 
of Incorporation 

Garrett Grain Elevator Company— Certified Copy of Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Geiger-Wagner Company — Articles of Association . 

W. B. Gorton Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Reduction 
Capital Stock. 

German-American Building Association of Indiana— Articles of As- 
sociation . 

Germ.inia Lodge, No. 115, K. of P — Articles of Incorporation 

Greensburg Creamery Company— Articles of Incorporation 



Hasselman Printing Company of Indianapolis— Articles of Incorpor- 
ation. 

Homestead Building and Loan Association of Marion 

Haughville Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association. 

Hill Machine Company of Anderson — Ariicles of Association .... 

Home Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association of Princeton- 
Articles of Association 

Huntingburg News Company— Duplicate Articles of Ineoi'poration . 

Hartman Manufacturing Company of Vincennes— Certificate of In- 
corporation . . . 

Howell Land Company of Evansville— Duplicate Articles of Associ- 
ation. . 

Hazlewood Gas Company of Anderson, Indiana — Duplicate of Cer- 
tificHte and Articles of Association 

Hazel Creek Coal Company of Clinton, Vermillion County, Indiana- 
Duplicate Articles of Association . 

Honey Creek Natural Gas Company of Henry County— Articles of 
Association 

Haubstadt Building and Loan Association, Articles of Association . 

Harrison Block Coal Company— Certificate ot Incorporation ... 

Homestead Building and Loan Association of Marion, Grant County, 
Indiana— Amended Articles of Incorporation . ... . . . 

Hazel Creek Coal Company— Correction of Duplicate Articles of As- 
sociation. . ._ 

Hardware, Furniture and Merchandise Company of North Judson, 
Starke Coun'y— Articles of Association 

Home Electric Light Company of Mt. Vernon, Ind.— Duplicate Arti- 
cles of Association . . 

Harrisburg Gas and Mining Company — Certified Copy of Articles of 
Association ... 

Hemlock and Nevada Natural Gas Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Home Natural Gas Company of Red Key, Ind.- Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Hamilton and Delaware Fuel and Gas Light Company— Articles of 
AssociHtion .... 

Hillsdale Fire Brick and Tile Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Harrodsburgh Roller Mill Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Home Electric Light and Power Company— Articles ot Association . 

Honey Creek Natural Gas Company — Articles of Association .... 

Hunt Soap and Chemical Company— Articles of Association 

Home Natural Gas aiid Oil Company 

Hoosier Building, Loan and Investment Association 

Hackleman Mining Company — Articles of Association 

Hall Milling Company 

Hur Ben Lodge No. 197, K. of P., of Evansville, Ind.— Certificate of 
Incorporation 

Heims Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 



January 14,1890. 
January 25. 1890. 
February 10, 1880. 
January 25, 1890. 

February 17, 1890. 
February 28, 1890. 

March 28, 1890. 
April W, 1890. 

April 17,1890. 
May 3, 1890. 
June 3, 1890. 

June 3, 1890. 

June 3, 1889. 
August 12, 1890. 

August 29, 1890. 

September 9, 1890. 
September 19. 1890. 
October 21, 1890. 



November 5, 1888. 
December 10, 1888. 
December 15, 1888. 
January 2, 1889. 

January 5, 1889. 
January 9, 1889. 

January 9, 1889. 

January 21, 1889. 

January 21, 1889. 

January 28, 1889. 

FebruHry2, 1889. 
February 2, 1889. 
February 4, 1889. 

February 8, 1889. 

February 9, 1889. 

February 14, 1889. 

March 2, 1889 

March 7, 1889. 

March 11, 1889. 

March 14, 1889. 

March 21, 1889. 
March 22. 1889. 
March 30, 1889. 
April 2, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 
May 16, J889. 
May 22, 1889. 
May 24, 1889. 
July 1,1889. 
July 15, 1889. 

July 27, 1889. 
July 27, 1889. 



26 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Home Building and Loan Association of Greenfield — Articles of As- 
sociation . 

Home Building and Loan Association, of Kokomo, Indiana— Arti- 
cles ot Incorporation 

Huntington Bagging Company — Articles of Association 

Hurlburt Sporting Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Huntington County Loan and Saving Association— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Hoosier Ice Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . ■ 

Hagerstown Natural Gas Company — Certificate of Increase of Capi- 
t il Stock . . 

Hadley bhoe Company — Certificate oi Increase of Capital Stock . . . 

Hillsborough Building and Loan Association — Articles of Associa- 
tion . . 

Harmony Lodge No. 1, Farmers' and Workingmsn's Alliance- Arti- 

I cles of Association 

Huntingburg Lodge No. 161, K. of P.— Certified Copy of Certificate of 
Inci.rporotion .... 

Home Building Association, Martinsville — Articles of Association . . 

Henry County Building and Loan Association, New Castle— Certified 
Oupy of Articles of Association 

Hammond Lodge No. 210, K. ot P. — Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Herbst Natural Gas and Mining Company— Certified Copy of Certifi- 
cate of Incorporation 

Harrison Township Mutual Gas Company — Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion . . . . 

Huntington Water Works Company— Articles of Association 

Hartford City Glass Company — Articles of Association 

Huntington Light and Kuel Ciimpany— Articles of Association. . . . 

Hartlord Saving and Investment Company — Articles of Association . 

Hamilton Organ Company — Certificate and Articles of Association . 

Home Building and Loan Association of Jefi"ersonville, Ind. — Arti- 
cles of Association .... r ■ - 

Home Building and Loan Association of Roekport — Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Harmonie Verein of Vincennes — Articles of Incorporation 

Huntington JNovelty Works Company — Articles of A.«sociation . . . . 

Highland Construction Company — Articles of Association 

Horeb Pastorate— Certified Copy of Proceedings of Incorporation . . 

Indianapolis Planing Mill Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Manufacturing Company (South Bend)— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . 

Indianapolis Grain and Feed Company — Articles "f Incorporation . . 

Interstate Mutual Fire Insurance Company ot Elkhart— Ce/tificate of 
Auditor of State 

Indianapolis Terra Cotta Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Indianapolis Desk Company — Articles of Association 

Indiana Saving and Investment Company — Articles of Association . 

Indiina Improvement Company— Articles of Association 

Indiana Sand Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Cofi'ee Compmy — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana .Mineral Springs Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Indiana Economy Light and Heat Company — Certificate ot Incorpora- 
tion and Articles of Asso iation . 

Indiana Brewing Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Bill Posting Company — Articles ot Association . . 

Indiana and Ohio Oil, Gas and Mining Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Idaho Gns and Oil Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Oil and Fuel Company— Articles ot Association 

Indiana Saving, Loan and Building Association — Articles of Associa- 
tion . . ... 

Indiana Bottle Company of Marion— Certificate ot Incorporation. . . 

Indiana School Book ('ompany— Articles of Association. ...... 

Indianapolis Wagon Company— Articles if Incorporation 

Indi:ina Sanitary Company— Duplicate Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Oil, (jas and Coal Company (Rose Lawn)— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Indianapolis Lodge No. 56, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Indianap'ilijj Fence Company — Articles of Association 

Indianapolis Manufacturers Specialties Company — Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Indiana Pipe Line Company— Articles of Association 



October 21, 1899. 

October 31, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
December 17, 1889. 
January 17, 1890. 

January 18, 1890. 

January 20, 1890. 
January 24, 1890. 

January 30, 1890. 

February 1, 1890. 

February 10. 1S90. 
February 21, 1890. 

February 31. 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 

May 16, 1890. 

May 22, 1890. ' 
May 22, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 
June 2, 1890. 
August 20, 1890. 
August 23, 1890. 

August 28, 1890. 

September 9. 1890. 
September 11, 1890. 
October 4, 1890. 
October 8, 1890. 
October 22, 1890. 

November 16, 1888. 

December 14. 1888. 
December 20, 1888. 

December 27, 1888. 
January 16, 1889. 
February 20, 1889. 
February 25 1889. 
March 14, 1889. 
March 27, 1889. 
April 8, 1889. 
April 22, 1889. 

April 29. 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
May 2, 1889. 

May 15, 1889. 
May 17, 18«9. 
May 25, 1889. 
May 25, 1889. 

.June 24, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
•July 1, 18X9. 
July 1(1,1889. 
July20,18a9. 

July 26, 1889. 
Julv29, 1889. 
July 29, 1889. 

August 8, 1889. 
August 15, 1889. 



27 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATIOiT— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Indiana Saving and Loan Association— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Indianapolis Transfer Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . .'. 

Indiana Brown Stone Company — Articles of Association 

Illinois and Seventh Street Saving and Loan Association of Indian- 
apolis—Articles of Association ... 

Indiana Water and Ligrht Company — Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Indianapolis Artesian Wtll Company— Article.'; of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Millers Mutual Fire Insurance Company— Certificate of 
Auditor of State 

Indiana Hospital Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Indiana Natural Gas and Oil Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Itidiana Buggy Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Land and Improvement Company— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

In iianapolis Index Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . ._. . 

Industrial Saving and Loan Association of Washington, Daviess 
County, lndiana--Instrument of Acceptance ot Provision of Act 
of 1885 Concerning Building and Loan Associations . . . . . . 

Indiana Wood Turning Company — Duplicate Certificate of Incor- 
poration . ..... .... 

Industrial Saving and Loan Association, of Washington, Daviess 
County, Indiana— Certified Copy ot Resolution Increasing Capital 
~ :;k 



Stc 



Indianapolis Coffin Company— Duplicate Articles of Association. . . 

Industrial Saving and Loan Association No. 2, of Indianapolis— Cer- 
tificate of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Brewing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Trotting and Pacing Association— Articles of Incorpor- 
ation 

Indiana Gear Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . . 

Indiana Installment Company — Aricles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Basket and Wooden- Work Company— Certificate of In- 
corporation 

Indiana Oil Tank Line— Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Saving and Investment Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion . . . 

Indiana Division No. 56, Uniformed Rank, K. of P.— Certificate of 
Incorporation 

Indianapolis Mosaic Glass Works — Articles of Incorporation 

Iowa Hindmill and Pump Company— Ariieles of Incorporation . . . 

Interdenominational Sunday-School Institute — Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Indianapolis Sanitary Specialties Company — Articles of Association. 

Indiana Oil, Gas and Mining Company (Terre Maute)— Articles of 
Association 

Illinois and Seventh Street Savings and Loan Association No. 2, of 
Indianapolis— Articles of Association 

Indianapolis Steel Roofing and Corrugating Company — Articles of 
Ii corporation 

Iron Workers' Saving and Loan Association, of Haughville— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Industrial Alliance Building and Loan Association (Indianapolis)— 
Articles of Association . 

Indianapolis Paving Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Transit Company — Articles of Incorporation. ..... 

Ideal Saving and Loan Association (Indianapolis)— Articles of Asso- 
ciation . . 

Indiana Mutual Building and Loan Association— Articles of Associ- 
ation 

Indiana Loyal Temperance Legion— Articles of Association 

Imperial Lumber Company (Michigan City)— Copy of Articles of As- 
sociation 

Indianapolis Wood Preserving Company — Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

Indiana Relief Association, of Jefifersonville— Certified Copy of Arti- 
cles of Association ... 

Indiana Mineral Springs Railroad Company— Articles of Association 

Indiana Mineral Springs Company— Copy of Articles of Association . 

Indiana Folding Bed Company— Articles of Association ... . . . 

Indiana Mercantile Company— Articles of Association 

Indiana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Indianapolis Post-Graduate School of Prosthetic Dentistry— Articles 
of Association 

Indianapolis Trust Company — Articles of Association 



August 21, 1889. 
August 26, 1889. 
August 29, 1889. 

September 6 1889. 
September 12, 1889. 
September 12, 1889. 

September 25, 1889, 
September 25. 1889. 
October?, 1889. 
October 25, 1889. 

November 1, 1889. 
November 11, 1889. 



November 19, 1889. 
November 22, 1889. 



December 6, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 

December 26, 1889. 
January 13, 1890. 

January 14, 1890. 
February 12, 1890. 
February 14, 1890. 

February 24, 1890. 
February 27, 1890. 

February 28, 1890. 

March 14, 1890. 
IVIaroh27, 1890. 
March 31, 1890. 

April 4, 1890. 
April 7, 1890. 

April 8, 1890. 

April 8, 1890. 

April 10, 1890. 

April 22, 1890. 

April 23, 1890. 
April 29, 1890. 
April 29, 1890. 

May 2, 1890. 

May 2, 1890. 
May 16, 1890. 

May 19, 1890. 

May 21, 1890. 

June 4, 1890. 
June 7, 1890. 
June 18, 1890. 
June 19. 1890. 
July 12, 1890. 

July 21, 1890. 

July 30, 1890. 
August 2, 1890. 



28 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Indianapolis and Broad Ripple Rapid Transit Company— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Independent Natural Gas and Oil Company— Copy of Articles of As- 
sociation . 

Independent German Evangelical Lutheran Church of the City of 
Terre Haute, Vigo County, Indiana— Certified Copy of Proceedings 
of Incorporation 

Indiana Baptist Publishing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Mining and Paving Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Contract Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana You g Men's Christian Association — Articles of Association 

Indiana Steel Company- Articles of Incorparation 

I. D. & W. Elevator Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Springs Company -Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Wheel Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Rubber and Insulated Wire Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Indianapolis Association of Spiritualists— Articles of Association . . 

J. W. Sefton Manufacturing Company of Anderson— Duplicate Arti- 
cles of Association ■ . 

•Terome Nauiral Gas, Oil, Mining and Pipe Line Company— Copy of 
Articles of Association 

Joe H. Kraft Dry Goods Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Jakes Creek Valley Gas Company— Articles of Associ :tion 

Jefferson Building, Loan and Saving Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Jeffersonville Gas and Oil Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Jasper Gas. Oil and Coal Company — Articles of Association 

Jonesboro Bending Works— Articles of Association 

Jonesboro Board of Trade— Articles of Association . . ._ 

Jasper Business Men's Association— Articles of Association 

J. C. Mcllvain Company— Articles of Association . . _ 

Jasper Mnnufaeturing Company— Articles of Association 

Jeffersonville Electric Light Company— Articles of Incorporation , . 

Jackson Hill Coal and Coke Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Jefferson Cnuiity Pair Association— Copy of Articles ot Association . 

Jeimey Electric Motor Company— Articles of Association 

J. D. Cone Mercantile Company — Articles of Association . ...... 

Jeffersonville Ice Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Jefferson Bull iug. Loan and Saving Association of Ussian — Articles 
of Association 

J. M. Latta Sweeper Company — Articles of Association. 

John Gilbert Dry Goods Company— Articles of Association 

Jonesboro Mining Company- Certificate of Reduction of Capital 
Stock. . ■ 

Jersey Bulletin Company— Articles of Association 

Jefferson Club of Jeffersonville— Certificate of Incorporation 



Keyes Buggy Company of Vigo County— Certificate of Incorporation 

Kraft Dry Goods Company, Joe H. — A^rticles of incorporation .... 

Kester Electric Company- Certificate of Organizaiion 

Knoblock & (jinz Milling Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Kinser Gas and Oil Company — Articles of Association 

K. of P. Grand Lodge 01 Indiana— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Knapp Supply Company— Articles of Association 

Kennard ("ity Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Kreisle & Herr Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Kahn Tail' ring Company — Duplicate Articles of Association .... 

Kentucky Wheel Stock Company— Articles ot Association 

K. of P. Castle Hall Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Kendallville Electric Light Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Kleeman Dry Goods Company— Articles of Association 

Kokomo Street Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Kendallville Building, Loan and Saving Association— Acceptance of 
Acts of 188-5 

Kosciusko Buildinu' and Loan Fund Association — Certificate of In- 
crease of Capital St' ck . 

Kokomo Saddlery and Harness Company— Articles of Incorporation. 

Kokomo Wood Enameling Company — Articles of Association 

Kendallvilli3 Rclrigerator Company— Certificate of Enlargement of 
Objects. . ... 

Katahdin Tribe, No. lOS, Imi)roved Order of Red Men— Certificate of 
Incorporation 



August 6, 1890. 
August 15, 1890. 



August 16, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 
September 17, 1890. 
September 23, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 
October 4, 1890. 
October 8, 1890. 
October 10, 1890. 
October 14, 1890. 

October 20, 1890. 
October 25, 1890. 



November 8, 1888. 

February 6, 188t). 
February 15, 1889. 
February 18, 1889. 

Mar.ih 14, 1889. 
March 2S, 1889. 
April 10, 188^. 
Aprir20. 1889. 
May 4. 1889. 
May 11, 1889. 
June 7, 1889. 
September 20, 1889. 
September 21. 1889. 
December 9, 1889. 
January 11, 1890. 
Jan u.iry 17,1890. 
February 1. 1890. 
March 12, 1890. 

March 26. 1890. 
May 3, 1880. 
July 10, 1890. 

July 23, 1890. 
August 5, 1890. 
October 25, 1890. 

January 11, 1889. 
February 15. 1889. 
March 7, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 
May 31. 1889. 
June 13, 1889. 
June 14, 1889. 
June 19, 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 
July 8, 1889. 
September 9, 1889. 
December 4, 1889. 
December 21, 1889. 
March 1, 1890. 
March 1, 1890. 

May 1, 1890. 



June 23, 1890. 
July 17, 1890. 
July 21, 1890. 

July 31, 1890. 

Augusts, 1890. 



29 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Kendallville Refrigerator Company— Certificate of Increase of Capi- 
tal Stock 



LaGrange Novelty Works of LaGrange— Certificate of Incorporation 

Lake Shore Canal and Import Company of East Chicago — Certificate 
of Incorporation 

Lilly Barnish Company of Indianapolis— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

Liberty Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . 

La Pel Natural Gas and Oil Company of LaPel — Duplicate Articles 
of Association . . 

L.W.Ott Manufacturing Company of Indianapolis— Articles of In- 
corporation • . • 

Lithmin Spring Company — Articles of Association 

Lafayette Belt Railway Company— Articles or Association 

Lost Creek Manufacturing and Mining Company, No. 2— Certificate 
of Incorporation 

Lafayette Bridge Company — Articles of Association 

Lynn Gas and Oil Company — Articles of Association 

Lewis-Porter Cabinet Company- Articles of Incorporation 

Leesburg Oil and Gas Well Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Lafayette Belt Railroad Company — Articles of Association 

Logansport and Burlington Turnpike Company — Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Logansport Brewing Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Little Kill Buck Natural Gas and Oil Well Company— Articles of As- 
sociation 

Logan Poultry Company— Articles of Incorporation . .... 

Lafayette and Riverside Hunting and Fishing Club— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Lebanon National Building, Loan Fund and Saving Associarion— Ar- 
ticles of Association ........ 

Lake Branch Mining Company— Duplicate of Articles of Association 

Loan and Investment Company of Noblesville — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Lafayette Humane Society — Articles of Association 

Lnmasco Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Laurel Building, Loan and Saving Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Landessville Gas Company— Articles of Association .• - • 

Lebanon Light, Heat and Power Company — Articles of Association . 

Linton Coal and iMining Company— Articles of Association 

Litzman Sorghum Syrup Canning and Manufacturing Company — Ar- 
ticles of Association . . 

Lafayette Electric Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Lake Station Hunting and Fishing Club— Arti< les of Incorporation . 

Lafayette Creamery Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Lesh, Penrod & Company— Articles ot Incorporation 

Latayetie & Riverside Sand-Stone Company— Copy of Articles of In- 
corporation 

Lafayette Electric Manufacturing Company— Certificate increase 
number of Directors 

Lander WooUey Coal Company— Certificate of Incorporation .... 

Lafayette Lumber and Manufacturing Company — Articles of Associ- 
ation ... ^ . . . . 

Logan Lodge No. 95, K. of P. — Certificate of Incorporation 

Laporte Electric Company— Articles of Association . 

Logansport Baby Carriage Company— Articles of Association .... 

Lagrange Lodge No. 144, K. of P. — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Muncie Glass Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Maple Grove Natural Gas Company (Delaware County) — Copy of 
Articles of Association 

Mutual Saving and Loan Association, No. 4 (Clarke County)— Certifi- 
cate of Incorpor tion 

Mutual Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association— Articles of As- 
sociation 

Mt. Wilson Gold and Silver Mining Company— Increase of Capital 
Stock 

Marion Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Miami Valley Furniture Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Re- 
duciion of Capital Stock 

Manufacturers' Wrapping Association— Duplicate Certificate of In- 
corporation 



August 14, 1890. 

November 1, 1888. 

November 12, 1888. 

Decembers, 1888. 
December 10, 1888. 

December 29, 1888. 

January 3, 1889. 
January 5, 1889. 
May 3, 1889. 

May 14, 1889. 
May 16, 1889. 
June 3, 1889. 
June 29, 1889. 
June 26, 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 

July 25, 1889. 
July 9, 1889. 

July 31, 1889. 
August 29, 1889. 

September 2, 1889. 

October 4. 1889. 
October 22, 1889. 

January 2. 1890. 
January 16, 1890. 
January 28, 1890. 

Februarys, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
A pril 26, 1890. 
x\luy 15, 1890. 

I June 19, 1890. 

June 21, 1890. 
June 25, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 

July 12, 1890. 

July 21, 1890. 
August 1, 1890. 

August 27, 1890. 
September 1,1890. 
September 13, 1890. 
October 1, 1890. 
October 16, 1890. 

November 17, 1888. 

December 1, 1888. 

December 17, 1888. 

December 20, 1888. 

January 12, 1889. 
January 19, 18S9. 

January 24, 1889. 

February 7, 1889. 



30 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION^— Continued. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Manufacturing Company of Garrett, Indiana— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Mining and Manufacturing Company, of Tell City— Articles of Associ- 
ation . .... 

Manufacturers' Natural Gas Company — Certified Copy Articles of In- 
corporation ... .' _ . _. . . . 

Milford Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Maxwell Natural Gas Company— Articles of Incorporatiiin 

Monroe City Building & Loan Association— Articles ot Incorporation 

Muneie Silving an > Loan Association — Certifieate of Incorporation. . 

Mutuiil Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

MechHnicsburg Natural Gas and Oil Company— Duplicate Articles of 
Association . 

Miniature Wagon Company — Articles of Incorporation • • • . . ■ ■ ■ 

Merchants Natural Gas and Oil Company — Articles of Association. . 

Markle Oil and Gas Company— Articles oi Incorporation. ..... 

Mechanics Saving and Loan As-sociation — Articles ot Incorporation . 

Mellvaiti, J. C, Company — Article.^ of Association 

Miami Brick and Tile Compai'y- Articles ot Incorporation 

Millhousen Natural Gas and Oil Ctmpany— Articles of Association . 

Muneie Street Railway Company— Articles of Association 

Mishawaka Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Montpelier Improvement Company — Articles of Association 

Munci Cnsket Company— Certifii^ate of Incorporation 

Masonic Buililing Association— Certificate of Incorporation _ . ; ■ . . 

Montgomery Oil and Gas Company — Copy Articles of Association . . 

Madison and Hancock Gas and Oil Company— Articles ot Association 

Marion Electric Street Railway Compi.ny— Articles of Association . 

Mutual Home and Saving Association ot Muneie, Indiana — Articles 
of Association. - . . 

Martinsville Street Railway Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Marion Sireet Railway Company — Articles of Association 

Muneie Boiler Compound Company— Articles of Association 

Metropolitan Police Aid Association of Indianapolis, Indiana— Ar- 
ticles ot Association. 

Monroe Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Mutual Parke S ock Company— Articles of Association . ...... 

Marion Land and improvement Company— Certified Cipy of Articles 
of A.^sociation 

Marion Graphic Timen Newspaper Association, Articles of Associa- 
tion . . .... ... . . • ■ 

Mitchell Machine Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Mt. Pleas-ant Natural Gas and Petroleum Oil Company— Articles of 
Association and Incorporation 

Muneie bhoe and Leather Company uf Muneie— Certificate of Incor- 
poration . . 

" Mayflower Mills " — Articles of Incorporation . ... 

Monroe County Oolitic Stone Company- Duplicate of Articles of As- 
sociation and Certificate of Org;aiization. ... 

Marion Lodge, No. I, K. ot P., ot Indianapolis — Articles of Incor- 
poration ... . . . 

Madison Electric Light and Power Company— Certificate ot Incor- 
poration 

Michael's Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association ...... 

Mud Creek Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Manufacturers' Natural Gas Company of Kokomo, Indiana— Articles 
of Incorporation . . 

Mcintosh Natural Gas and Oil Company— Duplicate Articles of Asso- 
ciation . ... .... 

Monroe City Coal Company— Copy of Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Muneie Novelty and Brass Company— Articles ot Inci rporation . . 

Merchants' and Manuiacturers' Building and Loan Association of 
Aurora, Indiana— Articles of Association 

Merchants' and Manufacturers' Loan and Building Association of 
Aurora, Dearborn County, Indiana — Articles of Association . . . 

Morton C. Hunter Stone Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Moore's Hill Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Mechanics Building and Saving Association of New Albany— Arti- 
cles ot Incorporation . . . . 

Mutual Building and Loan Association of Franklin— Articles of As- 
sociation 

Madison Real Estate Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Muneie Coil Hoop Company — Articles of Incorporation 



February 7, 1889. 

March 4, 1889. 

March 9. 1889. 
March 28, 1889. 
March 30, 1889. 
March 30. 1889. 
April 15. 1889. 
April 20, 1889. 

May 6, 1889. 
May 18. 1889. 
May 22, 1889. 
May 24. 1889. 
May 28, 1889. 
June 7, 1880. 
June 11. 1889. 
June 17, 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 

June 28, 1889. 
July 3, 1889., 
July 5, 1889. 
July 8,1889. 
July 26, 1889. 
August 1,1889. 
August 21, 1889. 

August 24, 1889. 
August 31. 1889. 
September 6. 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 

September 17, 1889. 
September 19, 1889. 
September 26, 1889. 

September 28, 1889. 

September 30, 1889. 
October 22, 1889. 

October 23, 1889. 

October 23, 1889. 
October 28, 1889. 

November 2, 1889. 

November 15, 1889. 

November 19, 1889. 
December 3, 1889. 
December 7, 1889. 

December 9, 1889. 

December 11. 1889. 
January 8. 1890. 
January 11, 1890. 

January 14, 1890. 

January 21, 1890. 
January 21, 1890. 

February 1, 1890. 

February 11, 1890. 

February 12, 1890. 
February 24. 1890. 
March 24, 1890. 



31 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Mohawk Natural Was and Oil Company— Certified copy of Articles of 
Association 

Merchants and Laborers Building Association (Seymour )— Articles 
of Association .• ■ 

Miami Ciil and Gas Company of Peru — Certificate of Incorporation . 

Monroe Building, Savings and Loan Association— Acceptance of 
Acts of 1885 

McCormick Wind-Engine Manufacturing Company — Certificate of 
Incorporation 

Merrill Saving and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Mendon Uas Uompany— Article of Ass'iciatiiin .-. . 

Magnetic Springs Association— Certified copy of Article of Associ- 
ation 

Marion Rollin*' Mill Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . . 

Marion County Building and Loan Association— Articles of Associ- 
ation 

MeCray Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Mullen Blackledge Company — Articles of Association ...;.... 

Mitchell Lodge, No. 150, K. of P.— Certificate ot Incorporation . . . . 

Medical College of Indiana— Articles of Association 

Miller-Knoblock Wapon Company— Articles of Association 

Mishawaka Furniture Company — Articles of Association 

Mishawaka Water Works Company — Articles of Association 

Marion Gas, Electric Light Power and Fuel Company— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Montpelier Gas, Oil and Mining Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Manufacturers Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Manilla Natural Gas Company — Articles of Association 

Madi-on Gas Light Company — Certificate of Enlargements of Objects 

Muncie Brass and Plating Company— Articles of Incorporation . , 

Mt. Wilson Gold and Silver Mining Company — Ni tice of Increase 
of Capital Stock 



No. 9 Jersey-street Saving and Loan Association of Indianapolis- 
Article ot Association 

New Home Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association of Lebanon 
— Article of Incorporation 

Noble-street Saving and Loan Association— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

New Haven Natural Gas, Oil and Fuel Company— Copy of Articles of 
Association 

Nash, Knox and Hubbell Company— Duplicate Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

North Kokomo Belt Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

North Muncie Farmers Natural Gas Company— Ariicles of Incorpo- 
ration 

New Castle, Fort Wayne & Western Railway Company — Resolution 
of American Midland Railroad Company changing name to . . 

National Accident Association— Certificate ot Auditor of State . . . . 

New Home Natural Gas and Pipe Line Company— Article of Associa- 
tion 

New Crescent Saving and Loan Association of Indianapolis— Articles 
of Association 

Noblesville Manufacturing Company— Resolution Increasing Capital 
Stock ... 

National Union Supply Association— Articles of Association . . , 

Normal School Stock Company — Articles of Association . . 

New Cumberland Mining and Gas Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . 

New Burlington Natural Gas Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

North Vernon Building and Loan Association, No. 6— Articles of As- 
sociation 

National Saving and Loan Association, Indianapolis — Certificate of 
Rf-solution Increasing Capital Stock 

Newberg Oil and Gas Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

National Building, Loan and Savings Association ot Indianapolis, 
Indiana — Articles of Assncijitinn . . . . . 

North Grove Gas and Pipe Line Company — Articles of Association. . 

North Anderson G«s Company — Duplicate of Articles of Association 

National Electric Headlight Company — Articles of Association . . . 

New Commercial Saving and Loan Association — Certificate of Incor- 
poration 

North Bedford Stone Company — Articles of Association and Incorpo- 
ration 



April 5, 1890. 

April 22. 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 

April 29, 1890. 

May 8, 1890. 
May 23, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 

June 9, 1890. 
June 9, 1890. 

July 7, 1890. 
July 9, 1890. 
July 22. i8H0. 
August 2, 1890. 
August 4, 1890. 
August 5, 1890. 
August 19, 1890. 
September 13, 1890. 

September 15, 1890. 

September 22, 1890. 
September 23, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 
September 30, 1890. 
October 2, 1890. 

October 9, 1890. 



December 13, 1888. 

December 31, 1888. 

February 9, 1889. 

February 26, 1889. 

March 9, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 

March 11, 1889. 

March 18, 1889. 
March 26, 1889. 

April 16, 1889. 

April 26, 1889. 

May 1. 1889. 
May 28, 1889. 
May 31, 1889. 

May 31, 1889. 
June 10, 1889. 

June 17, 1889. 

July 5, 1889. 
July 6, 1889. 

August 23, 1889. 
August 29, 1888. 
September 2, 1889. 
October 8, 1889. 

October 9, 1889. 

November 2, 1889. 



32 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



New Richmond Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association— Copy 
of Articles of Association . . 

New Albany Commercial Club — Articles of Inporporation . . . 

New MarketBuilding and Loan Association — Articles of Association 

New Albany Manufxcturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Northern Indiana Oil Company — Duplicate Articles of Association . 

New Peoples Saving Association — Articles of Association. ...... 

Northern Indiana Oil Company— Certificate of Increase of Capital 
Stock 

New .lersey Street Building and Loan Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation . . . . 

National Loan and Saving Association, Logansport -Certificate of 
Incorporation 

New Albany Cement Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Noll Bros. Flour-Feed Company — Articles of Association 

No. 2 Indiana Mutual Building and Loan Association, of Indianap- 
olis — Articles of Association 



Ogden Natural Gas Company o' Ogden— Articles of Incorporation. . 

Old Pittsburgh Coal and Coke Cou)pany--Articles of Incorporation . 

Ohio Falls Street Railway Company-Articles of Association. . . 

Orleans, West Baden and French Lick Springs Railroad Company — 
Increase of- Capital Stock . .... 

Ohio Falls Buildinarand Loa i Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Ohio Fails Street Railway Company— Amended Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Olive Branch Lodge No. 2, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Oak Hill Co-operative Store Company — Articles of Association . . . 

Oriental Lodge JNo. 61, R. of P.— Articles of Incorporation 

Ovid Natural Gis Company — Articles of Association 

Oliver House Hotel Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Oil Creek Gas, Mineral and Mining Company — Articles of Association 

O.P. Benjamin Manufacturing Compan.y — Articles of Incorporation. 

Ohio Falls Holiness Association — Articles of Association 

Orinoco Furniture Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Otter Creek Coal Company — Articles ot Incorporation 

Occidental Lodge No. 18, K.of P., of Terre Haute— Articles of Incor- 
poration ... , 

Oolite Quany Company of Spencer — Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Oklahoma Mill Company — Articles of Association 

Oakland City Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association — Certifi- 
cate of Increase ot Capital Stock 

Olympian Lodge No. 147, K. of P.— Copy of Articles of Incorporation 

Otonkah Tribe No. 94. Improved Order of Red Men— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Orion Lodge No. 35, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation 

Owen Oolitic Stone Company — Articles of Association 



Packers Supply Company of Indianapolis — Articles of Incorporation 

Pleasant View Cemetery Company of Clinton County — Articles of 
Incorporation 

Perkinsville Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Peoples Mutual Natural Gas Company of Alexandria— Articles of 
Association ... 

Peoples Building and Loan Association of New Albany— Articles of 
Association . . . . 

Praire City Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association, Series No. 
8, of Terre Haute, Indiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Peoples Building Association of Shelbyville— Articles of Association 

Prairie Creek Natural Gas Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Peoples Building Association of Shelbyville — Amendment to Arti- 
cles of Association 

Painters Plains Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Pikes Peak Natural Gas Company — Articles of Association 

Park Cemetery Association of Fairmount — Articles of Association. . 

Portland Wind Engine Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Parnell Building and Loan Association, No. 1— Articles of Associa- 
tion .... 

Prudential Depository, Saving and Loan Association ol Indianapolis 
— Articles of Association 

Prairie City Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Peoples Building and Loan Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Prairie City Oil, Gas and Land Company— Articles of Association . . 



November 26, 1889. 
December 7, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
December 20, 1889. 
January 2,1890. 
March 20, 18yO. 

May 23, 1890. 

June 5, 1890. 

June 30, 1890. 
July 29, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 

August 28, 1890. 

November 2, 1888. 
December 17, 1888. 
January 15, 1889. 

February 9, 1889. 
May 22, 1889. 

June 3. 1889.' 
July 20, 1889. 
July 29. 1889. 
December 9, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
December 28, 1889. 
January 17. 1890. 
February 24. 1890. 
March 3, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
May 20, 1890. 

May 31, 1890. 
June 2, 1890. 
June 4, 1890. 

June 13, 1890. 
June 16, 1890. 

June 18, 1890. 
August 7, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 

November 8, 1888. 

November 9, 1888 

November 12, 1888. 

January 2, 1889. 

January 3, 1889. 

February 2, 1889. 
March 16. 1889. 
March 30, 1889. 

April 1,1889. 

April 3,1889. 
April 6, 1889, 
April 16, 1889. 
April 22, 1889. 
April 29, 1889. 



May 15, 1889. 
May 18, 1889. 
May 18, 1889. 
May 22, 1889. 



33 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION^— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Phoenix Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Association , . 

Pioneer Oil, Gas and Mineral Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Peoples Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Organization 

Parker Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Peoples Gas Company of Greenfield— Duplicate of Articles of Associa- 
tion ■ . ■ 

Peoples State Bank of Brownstown, Indiana— Certified Copy Articles 
of Association 

Peoples State B^nk of Brownstown, Indiana— Certificate of Election 
of Board of Directors 

Princeton Farmers Bank of Princeton— Certificate of Amount of Capi- 
tal Stock paid in 

Peach Mountain Mining Company— Articles of Association 

Peoples Home and Saving Association of Richmond— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Peoples Building and Loan Association of Minneapolis— Articles of 
Incorporation . 

Peoples Building and Loan Association of Minneapolis— Certified 
Copy of Resolution of Board of Directors Appointing State Agents 
for Indiana . ... _ • • • ■ 

Peoples National Building and Loan Association of Goshen, Indi- 
ana— Articles of Incorporation 

Pendleton Natural Gas Company— Duplicate of Ariicles of Associa- 
tion 

Progress Saving and Loan Association— Resolution Increasing Capi- 
tal Stock • 

Peoples Saving, Loan and Building Association of Vincennes, In- 
diana — Articles of Association .... 

P. R.Cross Press Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Peoples Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Premier Steel Company- Articles of Association . . 

Park Place Natural Gas Company--Articles of Association 

Peoples State Bank of Oakland City, Gibson County, Indiana . . . . 

Polar Creamery Company — Articles of Association 

Pleona Natural Gas, Oil, Mining and Pipe Line Company— Copy of 
Certificate ot Incorporation 

Plainfield, Indiana, Citizens State Bank— Copy of Articles o; Asso- 
ciation . 

Patrons of Industry, Supreme Council —Articles of Association . . . 

Pythian Sisters of Indiana, The Grand Temple— Articles ot Incor- 
poration . 

Pennsylvania Glass Company— Duplicate of Certificate and Articles 
of Association 

Peoples Loan and Saving Association of Warsaw— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Pastime Club— Articles of Association • ■ • •. 

Paston Canning Company — Duplicate of Articles of Incorporation. . 

Peoples Gas Company (Marion)— Duplicate of Articles of Association. 

Peru Twi e Cordage Company — Articles ot Incorporation. . . . . . 

Pembroke Mining Company--Certificate of Increase of Capital Stock 

Prairie City Mutual Building and Loan Association, of Terre Haute, 
Indiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Personal Rights League of Ft. Wayne — Articles of Association . . . . 

Peoples Saving and Loan Association No. 4 (Indianapolis)— Articles 
ot Association 

Pros & Brinkman Manufacturing Company — Articles ol Incorpora- 
tion 

Peoples Natural Gas Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Porcelain Company, of South Bend, Indiana — Articles of Association 

P. R. Cross Press Manufacturing Company — By-laws and Certifi- 
cate of Election of Secretary 

Paragon Lodge, No. 219, K. of P. (Fairmount)— Certificate of Incor- 
poration . 

Phoenix Loan Association of Jasper, Dubois County, Indiana— Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

Pullman Electric Motor Company of Logansport— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Peru Mower Company— Articles of Association, Certificate of Incor- 
poration 

Peerless Stone Company — Articles of Association . 

Peru League Base Ball Association— Articles of Association 

P. R. CrossPressManufaeturingCompany— List of Officers and Stock- 
holders _ 

Pennsylvania Steel Refining Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Presbytery of New Albany- Certificate of Incorporation 

3— Sec. 



May 24, 1889. 
June 11. 1889. 
July 2, 1889. 
July 9, 1889. 

July 10, 1889. 

July 16, 1889. 

July 16, 1889. 

July 18, 1889. 
July 19, 1889. 

July 31, 1889. 

August 20, 1889. 

August 20, 1889. 

August 21, 1889. 

September 4, 1889. 

September 13, 1889. 

September 20, 1889. 
October 11, 1889. 
October 17, 1889. 
October 14, 1889. 
October 28, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 
November 5, 1889 

November 6, 1889. 

November 18, 1889. 
December 4, 1889. 

December 10, 1889. 

December 19, 1889. 

December 23, 1889. 
December 23, 1889. 
December 30, 1889. 
January 6, 1890. 
January 23, 1890. 
January 25, 1890. 

January 25, 1890. 
February 3, 1890. 

February 12, 1890. 

February 12, 1890. 
March 10, 1890. 
March 10, 1890. 

March 13, 1890. 

March 22, 1890, 

March 24, 1890. 

March 25, 1890. 

April 8, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 

May 2. 1890. 
May 3, 1890. 
May 5, 1890. 



34 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION^— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Presbytery of Crawfordsville— Certified Copy from Records Incorpo- 
rating same 

Prudential Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Pipe Creek Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Peru Glass and Carbon Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Peoples Natural Gas Company of Rushville, Indiana— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Peoples Electric Street Railway Company — Articles of Association. . 

Peconga Natural Gas and Land Improvement Company — Articles of 
Incorporation 

Patrons of Industry of North America — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Progress Building, Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Port Glass Works of Muncie— Articles of Incorporation 

Peoples Mutual Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion 



Quaker City Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association— Certifi- 
cate of Incorporation 



Reeves Pulley Company of Columbus— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Reeves & Co., of Columbus— Certificate of Incorporation 

Rockford Bit Company of Kokomo— Articles of Association 

Russellville Building and Loan Association- Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Robinson & Co. — Articles of Incorporation _ 

Rochester Electric Light Company — Articles of Association 

Rochester Gravel Road Company— Report of Directors 

Rex Manufacturing- Company — Duplicate Articles of Incorporation . 

Rushville Natural Gas Company— Certified copy of Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Rockport Creamery Association — Articles of Association 

Rome City Steam Packet Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Raccoon and Wabash Levee and Dike Association— Duplicate Arti- 
cles of Association 

Raccoon Valley Oil and Gas Company — Certificate of Organization . 

Reagan Oil-G;is Generator Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Rose Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation _.....•...•. 

Rome Citv Row-Boat Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Richland Natural Gas and Oil Company— Duplicate Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Ripple Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Rock Natural Gas and Oil Company— Article of Association 

Rockport Gas and Mineral Company —Duplicate of Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Reynolds, Frazer& Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Red Key Natural Gas Company— Certified Copy Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Reed's Station Natural Gas Company— Certificate of Incorporation . 

R. H. Home Produce Company — Articles of Association and Incor- 
poration 

Railway Ofiicial and Conductors' Accident Association— Certificate of 
Auditor of State . 

Red Key, Ind., First Building and Loan Association— Articles of 
Association . . 

Rich Square Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Richmond Nut Lock Company— Certified Copy of Certificate of In- 
corporation 

Richmond City Railway Company of Richmond— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Rushville Heading Company —Certificate of Organization 

Royal Glass Company — Dunlicate of Articles of Incorporation .... 

.Richmond Lawn Mower Company— Transcript changing name to 
Dille & McGuire Manufacturing Company ■ . •_ ; • 

Rensselaer Water, Light and Power Company — Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Riverside Woolen Mills— Certificate of Organization 

Russiaville and Middleton Natural Gas Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 



Sweet-Clark Company (Marion)— Articles of Association 

Standard Manufacturing Company (Moore's Hill) — Articles of In- 
corporation 



May 22, 1890. 

June n, 1890. 
June 21, 1890. 
July 9, 1890. 

July SI, 1890. 
August 9, 1890. 

September 11, 1890. 
September 13, 1890. 

September 25, 1890. 
October 14, 1890. 

October 17, 1890. 



July 19, 1890. 

October 24, 1888. 
October 25, 1888. 
December 14,' 1888. 

February 5, 1889. 
February 26, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
April 4, 1889. 
April 17, 1889. 

April 23, 1889. 
June 4, 1889. 
June 4, 1889. 

July 8, 1889. 
July 11, 1889. 
July 15, 1889. 
July — . 1889. 
July 20, 1889. 

July 22, 1889. 
July 22, 1889. 
July 30, 1889. 

August 7, 1889. 
August 12, 1889. 

September 17, 1889. 
September 19, 1889. 

October 8, 1889. 

October 22, 1889. 

December 9, 1889. 
December 19, 1889. 

December 28, 1889. 

January 28, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 18, 1890. 

March 13, 1890. 

April 19, 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 

May 3, 1890. 

November 2, 1888. 

December 1, 1888. 



35 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Schrock-McDonald Company (Indianapolis)— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Somerville Laundry Company (Indianapolis) — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Sun Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association, of Evansville— 

Articles of Incorporation 

SoDjerset Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Stone Quarry Natural Gas Company— Artioles of Association 

Sunny Side JJistilling Company (Aurora)— Articles of Incorporation. 
Sullivan Building, Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

South West Street Saving and Loan Association— Articles of Associ- 
ation. . . .... 

Stinesville and Bloomington Stone Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Spades Fire Company— Articles of Association 

South Bend Foundery Company— Articles of Incorporation 

South-Eastern Saving and Loan Association— Articles of Association 
Saint Joseph's College, of Jasper County— Articles of Incorporation . 
Standard Manufacturing Company— Articles ot Incorporation . . . . 

Schrock, Cass & Company -Notice of Dissolution 

Sheridan Lodge No. 176, K. of P.— Copy of Articles of Incorporation . 
Stockford Ratchet Wrench Company — Articles of Association . . . . 

Spencer Furniture Company — Articles of Association 

Scottsburg Building and Loan Association — Articles of Association . 
Star Oil, Gas and Mineral Mining Company — Articles of Association 

Spencer Natural Gas Company — Articles of Association 

S. Bash & Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

South Bend Remedy Company- Articles of Incorporation 

Sinzich Natural Gas and Oil Company — Articles ot Incorporation . . 

Standard Oil Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Saint Clair Saving and Loan Association No. 2 — Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Staunton Petroleum Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Association . 

Spring Curry Comb Company — Articles of Association 

Salimonie Mining and Gas Company — Certificate of Extension and 

Enlargement of Objects and Purposes , 

State Line Hoop and Lumber Company — Articles of Association . . . 

Seyrnour Water Company — Articles of Association 

South Bend Cement Company — Articles of Association 

Simons, M. W., Electric Company — Certificate of Incorporation . . . 

Stone, D. E., Furniture Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Standard Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation ... 
Seidentopf Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 
Scatterfield Gas and Oil Company— Duplicate of Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Southeastern Indiana Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 
South Bend & Mishawaka Railroad Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Southern Indiana Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 
Second Natural Gas Company of Windsor— Articles of Association 
Seymour Furniture Company— Duplicate Articles of Association , 

South Bend Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

State Bank of Valparaiso— Certified Copy ot Articles of Association 
St. Mary's Academy of Notre Dame— Amendment to Articles of As- 
sociation and Action of Trustees withdrawing from Management 

of University of Notre Dame du Lac 

St. Mary's Academy of Notre Dame— Copy of Resolution Adopted by 
Board of Trustees in Reference to University of Notre Dame du 

Lac. - . 

Storms Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

South Bend Spark Arrester Company— Articles of Association .... 
Standard Manu'acturing Company ( Edinburg)— Certificate of Re- 
duction of Capital Stock 

St. Joseph County Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Supreme Council of Patrons of Industry— Articles of Association . . 

Shawnee Hall Association — Articles of Incorporation 

State Bank of Valparaiso— Certificate of 50 per cent. Capital Stock 

paid in 

Shelbyville Cabinet Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Stony Creek Natural Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

"St. Meinrad's Abbey "—Articles of Incorporation 

Surgical Service Company (Indianapolis)— Articles of Association , . 
South Bend Stacker Company— Articles of Incorporation 



December 20, 1888, 

December 27, 1888. 

December 29, 1888. 
January 7, 1889. 
January 19, 1889. 
January 26, 1889. 

February 12, 1889. 

February 27, 1889. 

March 6, 1889. 
March 14, 1889. 
March 23, 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 
April 1,1889. 
April 2, 1889. 
April 18, 1889. 
May 14, 1889. 
May 17, 1889. 
May 18, 1889. 
May 21, 1889. 
May 25, 1889. 
June 1,1889. 
June 6, 1889. 
June 11, 1889. 
June 15, 1889. 
June 18, 1889. 

July 5, 1889. 
July 8, 1889. 
July 11, 1889. 

July 15, 1889. 
July 22, 1889. 
July 23, 1889. 
July 25, 1889. 
July 26, 1889. 
July 30, 1889. 
August 8, 1889. 
August 21, 1889. 

September 2, 1889. 
September 9, 1889. 

September 10, 1889. 
September 14, 1889. 
September 30, 1889. 
October 19, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 
Novembers, 1889. 



November 8, 1 8 



November 8, 1889. 
November 12, 1889. 
November 12, 1889. 

November 23, 1889. 

November 25. 1889.; 
December 4, 1889. 
December 7, 1889. 

December 28, 1889. 
December 30, 1889. 
December 31, 1889. 
January 2, 1890. 
January 2, 1890. 
January 9, 1890. 



36 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Spicewood Natural Gas and Oil Company— Copy of Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

South Bend Stacker Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Sexton Lodge, No. 592, 1. 0. 0. F — Certificate of Incorporation .... 

Sedgwick Bros. Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Southern Indiana Mining and Drilling Company— Certificate of In- 
corporation 

Shoals Lodge, No. 221, K. of P. — Certificate of Incorporation 

Shelbyville Loan Association — Articles of Association 

Spencer Mineral Springs and Sanitarium Company — Articles of As- 
sociation 

" St. Meinrad's Abbey " — Amended Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Shelbyville lee Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

Scherffins Furniture Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Scottsburgh Natural Gas and Oil Company— Copy of Articles of In- 
corporation 

Sixth Building and Loan Association of Union City— Articles of As- 
sociation 

South Bend Pulley Company— Articles of Association 

Stone City Bank— Articles of Association 

Sun Saving and Investment Company— Articles of .Association . . . . 

Salimonie Mining and Uas Company of Montpelier— Certificate of 
Increase of Capital Stock 

Snyder Plow Company— Articles of Association . ._ 

Sugar Grove Burial Association — Articles of Association 

Summit Lawn Cemetery— Copy of Articles ot Association. .■ . . . 

Standard Manafacturing Company of Edinburg— Certificate of In- 
crease of Capital Stock 

State Bank of Thorntown-Articles of Incorporation 

Stfite Bank of Thorntown— Certificate of Fifty Per Cent. Capital 
Stock Paid in ._ . . 

Sherburne Block Coal Company— Articles of Association 

State Exchange Bank of Argos. Ind.— Certified Copy of Articles of As- 
sociation, Certificate of Fifty Per Cent. Capital Stock Paid in and 
Bonds of President and Cashier 

Sullivan Street Saving and Loan Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Spring Hill Lodge, No. 216, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Stone City Bank— Certified Copy of Articles of Association 

South Bend Giant Rail Splice Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Southwestern Furniture Company— Articles of Association 

Silurian Construction Company — Articles of Association 

Standard Pulley Works— Certificate of Incorporation 

Stone City Bank— Certificate of 50 per cent. Capital Stock paid in . . 

Sheridan R-. al Estate and Improvement Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Sheet Metal Workers' Association of Indianapolis, Indiana— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Southern Furniture Company of Evansville, Indiana— Articles of 
Association 

Sunlight Lodge, No. 190, K. of P.— Articles of Incorporation 

Stewart-Estep Glass Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

John A. Sargent Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

St. George Lodge, No. 143, K. of P. — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Second Natural Gas Company— Certificate of Reduction of Stock . . 

South Indiana Evangelical Association— Certified Election of Trustee 

Spiceland Land Company— Articles of Association 

Standard Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incorporation 

South Bend Drug Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Southern Indiana Eldership of the Church of God— Constitution and 
Rules of Order _. 

Strawtown Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 



Thomas D. Scott & Company of Indianapolis— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Tribune Company of New Albany— Articles of Association 

Tipton Free Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Terre Haute Home and Savings Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

The Emerson-Balke-Krauss Company of Indianapolis— Articles of 
Incorporation 



January 15, 1890. 
January 16, 1890. 
January 20, 1890. 
January 30, 1890. 

January 30, 1890. 
February 1. 1890. 
February 13, 1890. 

February 14, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 

March 8, 1890. 

March 22, 1890. 

March 22, 1890. 

March 25, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 
March 29, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 

April 22, 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 
May 3, 1890. 

May 5, 1890. 
May 8, 1890. 

May 8, 1890. 
May 16, 1890. 



May 22, 1890. 

May 31, 1890. 
June 3. 1890. 
June 16, 1890. 
June 17, 1890. 
June 28, 1890. 
July 5,1890. 
July 11, 1890. 
July 21,1890. 

July 29, 1890. 

August 1, 1890. 

August 19, 1890. 
August 25, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 

August 27, 1890. 
September 18, 1890. 
September 19, 1890. 
September 29. 1890. 
October 3, 1890. 
October 11, 1890. 
October 13, 1890. 

October 23, 1890. 
October 23, 1890. 



November 23, 1888. 
December 1,1888. 
December 5, 1888. 

January 5, 1889. 

January 18, 1889. 



37 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATIO:^'— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



The Marion Manufacturing Company, Marion, Grant County— Arti- 
cles of Incorporation .... Vr^- •••/,••: • . "x- ; ■ 

The Stone Quarry Natural Gas Company of Henry County— Articles 
of Association ^ •••.,,•.;.•,•• i.' .•••.• x: •• " 

The Howell Land Company of Evansville— Articles of Association . . 

The Clifford Avenue Saving and Loan Association of Indianapolis- 
Articles of Incorporation .•,■ e-r 

The Sunny Side Distilling Company of Aurora— Articles of Incorpora- 



The Honey Creek Natural Gas Company of Henry County— Articles 
of Association ; v n- •••»":• S"' i 

The Clover Leaf Manufacturing Company of Indiana— Articles ot 
Incorporation ,•• \ >,•■.■■ ". •■■;•■• xV " 4i' 

Terre Haute Building Loan Fund and Savings Association No. n. 
Second Series— Articles of Association a ' ' 

The Jerome Natural Gas, Oil, Mining and Pipe-Line Company— Copy 
of Articles of Association ............. 

The Manufacturing Company of Garrett, Indiana— Articles of Incor- 
poration _■ ........•• 

The Dugdale Can Company, Inaianapolis— Articles of Incorporation 

The Noble Street Saving and Loan Association— Certificate of Incor- 



Whkn Filed. 



poration • •. 

The Bloomington Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation. ..... 

The Sullivan Building, Savings and Loan Association— Articles of 
Association .•••„•;••.■/. 

The Greenfield Real Estate Exchange— Articles of Association. . . 

The Joe. A. Kraft Dry Goods Company- Articles of Incorporation . . 

The Covington Electric Light, Heat and Power Company— Articles of 
Incorporation ,-;,■"■ v "j- ■■' a' ' 

The Elnora Saving and Loan Association, of Elnora, Indiana— Ar- 
ticles of Association. ■■■■■•■■■■.■■: -.- • " i ; • • •• • 

The Zerelda Reading Club, of Warsaw, Indiana— Articles of Associa- 

Town Hail Association, of Cloverdale— Copy of Constitution and By- 
Laws ■ , ■ ■ ^ \ ■ ■ . 1- 

Terre Haute Gas Engine Company— Articles of Association ._. . . . 
Terre Haute Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association . 
Terre Haute Oil and Gas Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 
Terre Haute Mutual Oil and Natural Gas Company— Certificate of 

Incorporation ■ • •.- • • ; ; • • ; • 

Tennessee Range and Manufacturing Company— Articles of Associa- 

Total Abstinence Life Insurance Association of America— Certificate 
of Auditor of State ■. • • "-V i.'- ' ' 

Tri-State Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incorporation . 

Terre Haute Boiler Governor Company— Certified Copy Articles of 
Association ,• • A • • .: '■, • ox \ " 4- •" " 

The Toledo Western Railroad Company, the Detroit & State Line 
Wabash Railroad Company, the Wabash Eastern Railroad Com- 
pany of Indiana, the Wabash Eastern Railroad Company of Illi- 
nois, the Wabash Western Railroad Company, under the name of 
" The Wabash Railway Company "—Articles of Consolidation . . 

The Little Kill Buck Natural Gas and Oil Well Company— Articles 
of Association ^ -^ ■'-,:'' j t ' ;i' ' a ' 

The People-s Home and Savings Association of Richmond, Ina.— Ar- 
ticles of Association 

Triumph Gas Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Thompson Folding Baby Carriage Company— Articles of Incorpora- 

Terre Haute Iron and Steel Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Thomni Manufacturing Company— Articles of Associatiop ...... 

Terre Haute Real Estate and Improvement Company— Certified Copy 
of Articles of Association 

Thorpe Block Savings and Loan— Articles of Association . , • • .• • 

Turner Building and Saving Association, No. 2— Articles of Associa- 
tion : 

Terre Haute Brewing Company— Articles of Association 

Tailors' Union (Lafayette)— Articles of Association . . 

T. B. Laycock Manufacturing Company— Duplicate of Articles of In- 
corporation A ■',.■■■ •»> 1 

Tipton Light, Heat and Power Company— Certificate of Increase ot 
Capital Stock „• : • • 

Terre Haute Pottery and Novelty Works— Articles of Incorporation . 

Tecumseh Facing Mills— Articles of Incorporation 

Turner Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . . 



January 19, 1889. 

January 19, 1889. 
January 21, 1889. 

January 22, 1889. 

January 26, 1889. 

February 2, 1889. 

February 5, 1889. 

February 5, 1889. 

February 6, 1889. 

February 7, 1889. 
February 8, 1889. 

February 9, 1889. 
February 9, 1889. 

February 11, 1889. 
February 13, 1889. 
February 15, 1889. 

February 15, 1889. 

February 16, 1889. 

February 23, 1889. 

February 29, 1889. 
May 6, 1889. 
May 13, 1889. 
May 14, 1889. 

May 16, 1889. 

May 25, 1889. 

June 14, 1889. 
June 27, 1889. 

July 9, 1889. 



July 29, 1889. 

July 31, 1889. 

July 31, 1889. 
August 20, 1889. 

August 27, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 

September IS, 1889. 
October 12, 1889. 

October 14, 1889. 
October 25, 1889. 
November 5, 1889. 

January 10, 1890. 

January 25, 1890. 
January 30, 1890. 
February 26. 1890. 
March 15, 1890. 



38 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Tell City Spoke Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Tell City AVoolen Mills— Articles of Incorporation 

Tri-State Building and Loan Association, No. 2— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Taylor University, of Ft. Wayne, Indiana — Articles of Association . . 

Tullnhoraa Lumber Company — Articles of Incorporntion . ..... 

Terre Haute Carriage and Buggy Company— Articles of Association . 

Tipton Land Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Thorntown Lodge, No. 124, K. of P— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Trenton Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Terre Haute Mining and Paving Company—Articles of Incorporation 

Tell City Desk Company — Articles of Association 

Theiss F. Reverland, Certificate of Election as Trustee of South In- 
diana Evangelical Association 

Thompson Milling Company— Articles of Association 

Terre Haute Shovel and Tool Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Tan Yard Stone Company — Articles ot Incorporation . 

Turner Building and Savings Association, No. 2, of Indianapolis — 
Amended Articles of Association 

Tell City Bank— Certificate Copy of Articles of Association 



Union Grove Natural Gas Company— Copy Articles of Association . . 

Union City Natural Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Union Savings Association of Terre Haute, Indiana— Certificate of 
Incorporation 

United States Lounge Manufacturing Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion. 

Union Oil Company-Certificate of Incorporation _. . . . . 

Union Gas and Oil Company— Duplicate Articles of Association 

University of Notre Dame du Lac— Amendment to Articles of Asso- 
ciation, etc 

Union, Chicago and Omaha Railroad Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration • 

Union Loan and Trust Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . . 

Union Depot Saving and Loan Association ot Indianapolis, Indiana — 
Articles of Incorporation 

Utility Paper Company— Articles of Incorporation 

United States Baking Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . . 

United States Baking Company — Extension of Objects ........ 

United States Steel Company — Articles of Association 

Union Mutual Building and Loan Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Vernon Gas and Oil Company— Resolution Reducing Capital Stock . 

Vincennes Calorific Brick and Tile Company— Increase Capital Stock 

Vigo Oil Company— Certifier te of incorporation . 

Vincennes Gas, Oil and Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation. 

Valparaiso Medical and Surgical Sanitarium — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Van Behren Manufacturing Company, The— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Vincennes Mercantile Association — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Vallonia Creamery Association — Certificate of Incorporation. . . 

Vallonia Cre-nmery Association — Articles of Association 

Vermillion County Savings, Building and Loan Association— Arti- 
cles of Association 

Vandegrift Manufacturing Company— Duplicate Articles of Associ- 
ation 

Vincennes Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Vigo County Loan and Savings Association — Articles of Association. 

Victor Modieal Association— Articles of Association 

Vigo Real Estate Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Versailles Lodge No. 1:69, K. of P.— Articles ot Incorporation 



Wabash Loan and Trust Company of Wabash— Articles of Incorpora- 

WellsCounyBarik— Certificate of 50 Per'Ccnt." Stock Paid in ' '. . . . 
Warren County Bank of Williamsport— Certified Copy of Articles of 

Association .... 

Williams Transfer Company- Articles of Incorporation 

Westfield Gas and Mining Company— Articles of Association . . . . 
Warren County Bank— Certificate to Payment of 825,000 of Capital 

Stock 

Weils Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . . 
Winchester Electric Light Company— Articles of Association . . . . 



March 26, 1890. 
March 28, 1890. 

April 28, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 
July 29, 1890. 
July 30, 1890. 
August 20, 1890. 
September 4, 1890. 
September 5, 1890. 
September 27, 1890. 
September 27, 1890. 

September 29. 1890. 
October 3, 1890. 
October 3, 1890. 
October 6, 1890. 

October 18, 1890. 
October 20, 1890. 

December 1,1888. 
January 3, 1889. 

May 1,1889. 

May 3, 1889. 
May 15, 1889. 
September 13, 1889. 

November 8, 1889. 

February 7, 1890. 
April 2, 1890. 

April 22, 1890, 
May 29, 1890. 
May 31. 1890. 
June 11, 1890. 
Septembers, 1890. 

September 18, 1890. 

November 19, 1888. 
April 22, 1889. 
May 15. 1889. 
June 5, 1889. 

July 5, 1889. 

July 5, 1889. 
September 5, 1889. 
September 24,1889. 
September 24, 1889. 

October 28, 1889. 

December 30, 1889. 
February 1, 1890. 
February 24, 1890. 
September 15, 1890, 
October II, 1890. 
Uctober 13, 1890. 



November 26, 1888. 
December 11, 1888. 

January 3, 1889. 
January 9, 1889. 
January 15, 1889. 

January 26, 1889. 
February 4. 1889. 
February 12, 1889. 



39 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATIOI^r— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



W B Gorton Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation. . 
Winchester Building, Loan and Savings Association— Articles ot As- 

Wafnu^Ridge Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Wayne Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Windsor Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

WhiteRiverMiningCompany-Articles of Association. ... • • • • 
Westfield Enterprise and Manufacturing Association— Articles ot 

Association ; i- '-,: ' ' "a" /• i ' ' c a' ' '•' 

Wabash Eastern Kailroad Company of Indiana— Articles of Associ- 



ation 



Wabash Valley NatiiralGas and Fuel Company— Articles of Associ- 



White Water Presbytery of Indiana— Articles of Incorporation . . 
Welsbach Incandescent Gas Light Company ot Indiana— Gertmcate 

of Incorporation ; ■ .• ,• ■ i a ' ' •' J- 

Willow Branch Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Wilkinson Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Whitestown Milling Company— Articles of Association 

Wabash Lumber Company— Articles.of Incorporation 

Wabash Levee and Dyke Company— Articles ot Association ■ • • ■ • 
Walnut Street Natural Gas Company— Certified Copy ot Articles ot 

Association a" i- 'i ' '^'t 

William G. Fischer Manufacturing Company— Articles ot incorpora- 

Woman's Foreign Missionary Association (Yearly Meeting of Friends) 
of Indiana— Articles of Association 

Western Contract Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . - ; 

Wolcottville Water Works Company— Certificate ot Incorporation . 

Washington Gas Company— Certificate of Increase of Capital Stock 

White River Lodge, No. 225, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Waldron Distilling Company— Articles of Incorporation .■ • . ■ • • 

Washington Camp, No. 5, Patriotic Order bons of America— Certifa 
cate of Incorporatio-a .... ... ■ "x- 

Wanamaker Car Scale Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Windsor Natural Gas Company— Certificate of Dissolution 

Wallace Milling Company— Articles of Association .......... 

Wanamaker International Car Scale Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration •■••■„ ^ ■ . ^ ■ i' ■ J.' T ■ " ■ ■ 

Washington Ice and Cold Storage Company— Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration : 

WesteiM Glass Works— Certificate of Incorporation . . . ._ 

Water Works Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Western Engraving Company— Articles of Incorporation ....... 

West Indianapolis Lodge, No. 2M, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration .... •■;.-•• V. "."■. i- 

Workingmen's Building Association— Articles of Association . . . . 

Waterloo Chair Factory- Certified Copy of Certificate of Enlarge- 
ment of Objects .... ..,....._... 

Whiteland Building and Loan Association—Articles of Association . 

Whitley County Dairy Company— Certificate of Incorporation .... 

Wanatah Creamery Company— Articles of Association and Incorpo- 
ration •••■.-. • - . . 

White Creek Levee Association— Articles of Association 

W.E.Gorton Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Enlargement 
ot Objects and Increase of Number of Directors . . ._ 

Wanamaker Car Scale Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . . 

Wanamaker International Car Scale Company— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration . . .• •. 

Western Gas Construction Company— Articles of Association 

Wolf Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Wabash Lodge No. 140, K. of P.— Articles of Incorporation 

Warren County Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

White River Natural Gas Company— Articles of Association . . . . . 

Wabash Savings, Loan and Building Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation • 

West Indianapolis Electric Light Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 



March 11, 1889. 

March 21, 1889. 
April 13, 1889. 
April 26.1889. 
May 6, 1889. 
May 8, 1889. 

May 16, 1889. 

May 17, 1889. 

May 25, 1889. 
June 4, 1889. 

June 5, 1889. 
June 6. 1889. 
June 18, 1889. 
June 19, 1889. 
June 28, 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 

July 18, 1889. 

August 7, 1889. 

September 12, 1889. 
September 14, 1889. 
September 24, 1889. 
November 2, 1889. 
November 7, 1889. 
November 18, 1889. 

December 31, 1889. 
January 8, 1890. 
January 8, 1890. 
January 9, 1890. 

January 20, 1890. 

January 23, 1890. 
January 29, 1890. 
February 24, 1890. 
Februfiry 25, 1890. 

February 27, 1890. 
February 27, 1890. 



March 20, 1890. 
March 24, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 

May 10, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 

June 7. 1890. 
June 20, 1890. 

June 20, 1890. 
June 26. 1890. 
August 2, 1890. 
August 16, 1890. 
August 20, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 

October 8, 1890. 

October 11, 1890. 



York Prairie Natural Gas and Mining Company, of Delaware County, 
Indiana — Copy of Articles of Association 

Young, J. C— Election as Trustee South Indiana Bvar.gelical Associ- 
ation • 



September 26, 1889. 
September 29, 1890. 



40 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY, 



When Filed. 



Zionsville Building and Loan Association- Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

Zion Chapel Cemetery Association, Delaware County — Articles of In- 
corporation 

Zionsville Lodge No. 251, K. of P.— Certificate of Incorporation . . . 



April 29, 1890. 

May 22, 1890. 
Junes, 1890. 



41 



E^OTARIES PUBLIC. 



Subjoined is a List of Notaries Public Appointed and Commis- 
sioned During the Fiscal Years, Commencing No- 
vember 1, 1888, and Ending October 31, 1890. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 




Decatur 


November 8, 1888. 




December 17, 1888 




Decatur .... 

Decatur 

Decatur 

Linn Grove ... ... 

Decatur 

Decatur 

Decatur 


January 7, 18t9. 


J. W. Teeple 


April 9, 1889. 
June 6, 1889. 


John T. Baily 


Peter Hoffman 

8. J. Jordan 

A.K.Grubb 

P.R.Albers. . - 


June 17, 1889. 
June 29, 1889. 
August 19, 1889. 
October 23, 1889. 
November 22, 1889. 


Lewis C. Devoss '. . . . 


Decatur 

Decatur 

Berne 

Vera Cruz, Wells County . . 


November 26, 1889. 
Decembers, 1889. 


Andrew Grottschalk 


February 5, 1890. 


Christy Stogdill 


May 5, 1890. 


J. F. Mann 


June 21, 1890. 


Arkison B.Baughman 


Steele 


June 25, 1890, 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



George E. Miner 

George W. Jones 

Frederick Haiber 

Joha F. Curtice 

Herman Michael 

George K. Torrence .... 

John W. Hayden 

Phillip L. Potter 

John A. Soliday 

Wm. T. Brackenridge . . 

John Dreibelbiss 

Bayless Swift 

Lulu D. Ward Jones . . . 

John C. Heller 

John E. Greenawalt . . . 

Robert B. Hanna 

J. E.K. Prance 

Wilson E.McDermut... . 

James B. Harper 

Warren D. Wells 

Lewis H. Gocke 

Thomas Meegan 

Fred V. Graham 

Geo. W. Louttit 

Nicholas A. Robertson . . 

Henry StoU, Jr 

fl.W.Ninde ...... 

Murray Hartnett .... 

Robert Learmouth .... 

Charles C. Miller 

Mrs. Susannah C. Hoffman 

M. J. Swayne 

Perry A. Randall 



Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Hicksville • 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Areola. . . 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 



December 8, 1888. 
December 13, 1888. 
January 7, 1889. 
January 10, 1889. 
January 10, 1889. 
January 15, 1889. 
January 21, 1889. 
January 25, 1889. 
January 25, 1889, 
February 6, 1889. 
February 8, 1889. 
February 11, 1889, 
February 14, 1889, 
March 12,1889, 
March 28. 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 
April 6, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 
April 18, 1889. 
April 19, 1889. 
April 20, 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
May 1,1889. 
May 31, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
July 9, 1889. 
August 2, 1889. 
August 6, 1889. 
August 9, 1889. 
August 23, 1889. 
September 7. 1889. 
September 10, 1889. 



42 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Peter W. Schaden. . 
Edward B. Doud . . 
Louis S. C. Schroder 
James h). Graham. . 
T. E. Ellison .... 

(!. Roeers 

J. B. Fonner. .... 
Benjamin F. Harper 
William E. Hood . . 
Fred J.Bechtold . . 
Allen M. Hartzell. . 
John Porter . . . 
William W. Rockhill 
James B.Williams . 
Thomas J. Logan . . 
Charles C. Tvleyers. . 
Annie 0. Bourie. 
Adam C. Crawford . 
Allan H.Dougall . . 
Robert L. Romy . . 
Clarence G. Smith . 
AVilmer Leonard . . 
William J. Vesey . . 

John ShaflFer 

David C.Fisher. . . 
Conrad Neireiter . . 
William J. Kerr. . . 
John B.Corneille. . 
Wm. M. Ninde . . . 
N.H.Stewart. . . . 
Edward M. Wilson . 
Samuel M. Williams 
Anselm Fuelber . . 
Homer C. Hartman . 
Harry D. Miller. . . 
Cornelius Farrell . . 
Wm. D.Ruhl . . . 
Jno. W. Meeks . . . 
Chas. H. Worden . . 
Aaron Lischy .... 
Wm. A. Brown . . . 
Roderick Richards . 
Paul F. Kuhne . . . 



Ft. Wayne. . 
MonroevilUe. 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
New Haven . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
New Haven . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Monroe ville. 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Naples. . . . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Harlan. . . . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Momoeville . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Monroeville . 
Ft. Wavne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Sheldon . . . 
Monroeville . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. . 
Allen .... 
Ft. Wayne. . 



September 17, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
September 23, 1889. 
September 23. 1889. 
'»ctober4,1889. 
October 14, 1889. 
October 2-5, 1889. 
November 12, 1889. 
November 19, 1889. 
November 29. 1889. 
January 10, 1890. 
January 29, 1890. 
February 5, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 24. 1890, 
March 1, 1890. 
March 3. 1890. 
March 11, 1890. 
March 24, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 
April 4,1890. 
April 7, 1890. 
April 22, 1890, 
May 20, 1890. 
May 20, 1890. 
May 22, 1890. 
May 23, 1890. 
July 3, 1890. 
July 12, 1890. 
July 21, 1890. 
Julv 28, 1880. 
August 18, 1890. 
August 19, 1890. 
August 23, 1890. 
September 3, 1890: 
Septembers, 1890. 
September 6. 1890. 
September 24, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 
October 1. 1890. 
October 17, 1890. 
October 25, 1890. 



BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



Daniel Judd 

Wm. F. Norton . . . . 
Peter C. Stidham . . . 
Thomhs D. Lontr . . . 
\\ illiamette Mench . . 
N. Brook Dorsey . . . 

Anna (^ilgour 

Minnie Mobley . . . . 
Minnie \oung . . . . 
Benjamin M. Hutehins 

J. F. Matson 

Lewis Mobley 

John Vail . . . . 

William C. Ardery . . 
Nathan D. Wollard . . 
Joseph \\ isenberg . . 
Laura C. Arnold . . . 
Levi Pifkens . . . 

Wm. M. Winkles. . . 
Moses A Remy . . . . 
William Thomas . . . 
George W. Evans . . . 

Mary E. Boyd 

EvaJewett 



Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
South Bethany . 
Columbus . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbu.'^ . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbu.'^ . . , . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Hart ville . . . . 
Waymansville . . 
Columbus . . . 
Taylorsville . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Elizabethtown . 
Tavlorsville . . 
Ciilumbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . . 



January 26, 1889. 
February 1. 1889. 
February 27, 1889. 
March 7, 1889. 
April 27, 1889. 
April 27,1889. 
April 27,1889. 
April 27, 1889. 
April 27, 1889. 
Mav29, 1889. 
June 17, 1889. 
July 22, 1889. 
August 14. 1889. 
September 9, 1889. 
September 23, 1889.. 
September 23, 1889. 
September 23, 1889.. 
November 25, 1889. 
December 12, 1889. 
January 11, 890. 
February 18, 1890. 
February 18, 1890. 
February 26, 1890. 
February 26, 1890. 



43 
ITOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 




Columbus 


February 26,1890 


H. Clay Peet 

George E. Slusher 

Emma Young 

William J. Beck 


February 26, 1890. 
February 26, 1890. 




Columbus 


February 26, 1890. 
March 5, 18-'0 


Lyman J. Scudder 




March 7, 1890 


Elizabethtown 


March 14, 1890 


William T. Rominger 


March 14, 1890 


Hartsville 


March 14, 1890 


Emanuel H. Kinney 


March 24 1890 




April 4, 1890. 
April 4. 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 


William H Shea 


Columbus 


Con B. Beck .... 


John S. Newsom 

Wilson S.Swengel 

Nellie B. Wallace 


Azalia 

Columbus 


April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
May 10, 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 
May 21, 1890. 


Oscar M. McCullough 






John S. Gossert 


Jontsville ....... 

Columbus 




Burnsville 


June 13,1890. 




iSeptember 25, 1890. 
September 29, 1890. 
October 31, 1890 


Samuel W . Daugherty 


Columbus 









BENTON ( OUNTY. 



Joseph D. Brown . . 
Homes M. Heckwith 
Charles M. Snyder . 
Richard Carroll . . . 
George H. Gray . . . 
E. W. Timmons . . . 

Will Isham 

Thomas L. Merrick . 
Charles L. Foster . . 
Jacob Benedict . . 
Matthew H.Walker 
Thomas A. Baldwin 
Isaac H. Phares . . . 
W.LeeBartlett. . . 
Basil J. Parker . . . 
Charles W. Jewell . 
Elmer L. McKnight 
Joseph Perkins .. 
Chas. Allen Moore . 



Fowler . ■ 
Earl Park 
Fowler . . 
Earl Park 
Fowler . . 
Otterbein 
Fowler . . 
Fowler . . 
Boswall . 
Oxford . . 
Fowler . . 
Fowler . . 
Fowler . . 
Ambia . . 
Oxford . . 
Earl Park 
Fowler . . 
Raub . . . 
Oxford . . 



December 10, 1888. 
December 21, 1888. 
January 8, 1»89. 
February 12. 1889. 
April 22, 1889. 
May 16, 1889. 
June 1,1889. 
June 26, 1889. 
September 14, 1889. 
September 23, 1889. 
November 21. 1889. 
February 20. 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 
April 8, 1890. 
May 7, 1890. 
July 26, 1890. 
August 29, 1890. 
September 2, 1890. 
September 5, 1890. 



BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



Riley P. Smith . . . 
Franklin P. Dowell . 
Samuel J. Emshwille 
Samuel S. Carroll . . 
Harrison Wiley . . . 
Judson Learned . . 
Jay A. Hindman . . 
Thomas Slater . . . 
John Cantwell . . . 

Enos Cole 

Orlo L. Cline .... 
Edwin H Foro . . . 
Sydney W. Cantwell 
John P. Boyd. . . . 
L. 0. Storm . . . . 
Thomas C. Clapp 
William D. Clark . 
LucuUus Knight . . 
G. A'. Mason 



Millgrove . . . . 
Hartford City . . . 
Hartford City . , . 
Hartford City . . , 
Hartford City . . , 
Hartford City . . . 
Hartford City . . . 
Montpelier . . . . 
Hartford City . . . 
Hartford City . . . 
Hartford City . . . 
Hartiord City . . , 
Hartford ('ity . . 
Montpelier ... 

Roll 

Columbus 

Moore's Vineyard 
Hartford City . . 
Montpelier . . . 



December 4. 1888. 
December 19, 1888, 
January 2. 1889. 
January 16, 1889. 
January 21, 1889. 
January 24, 1889. 
January 28, 1889. 
April 3, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 
Apirl 30, 1889. 
May 29, 1889. 
June 19, 1889. 
November 9, 1889. 
April 3, 1890 
May 3. 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 
August 20, 1890. 
October 27, 1890. 



44 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
BOONE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Chat! H Tvles 


Cason 


November 2, 1888. 




November 22, 1888. 




Zionsville 

Terhune 


November 28, 1888. 


George Good 

Clinton Copeland 

Noah Loughrun 

Robert W. Harrison 


December 8.1888. 
December 19, 1880. 




January 22, 1889. 


Lebanon 


January 31, 1889. 
February 9, 1889. 






February 22, 1889. 






March 15, 1889. 


James F. McKim 


Thorntown 


March 21, 1889. 
March 29, 1889. 






April 25, 1889. 


I. M.Kelsey 




May 17. 1889. 


James R. Abell ' ' . . 


Uazelrigg 


June 12, 1889. 
July 26, 1889. 






August 10, 1889. 






August 13, 1889. 






September 9, 1889. 


Christian S. Wesner 

John H. N. Eggers 

Henry C. McConaugh 

Jesse Smith 

William 0. Darnall 


Lebanon 

Zionsville 


September 9, 1889. ' 
September 26, 1889. 
September 28, 1889. 
December 4, 1889. 
December 27, 1889. 


Zionsville 

Lebanon 




April 18, 1890. 






April 29, 1890. 






May 15, 1890. 






May 15, 1890. 






May 17, 1890. 


Wm J Darnell. 




June 6, 1890. 


Samuel H. Shenck 


Lebanon 


July 7, 1890. 
August 6, 1890. 






October 22, 1890. 









BEOWN COUNTY. 



Wm. M. Waltman. . 
Shelby Hedricks . . 

Philip King 

Adam S. Carmichael 
Joseph N. Fleener 
Adam S. Carmichael 
Winfield S. Cook . . 

George Bess 

Anderson Percifield. 
Charles M.Patterson 
James A. MeKinney 
Isaac A. Chandler . 
George W. Cornelius 
Riley Gordon .... 



Beanblossom . 

Elkinsville . . 

Story 

Nashville . . . 

Nashville . . . 

Bicks Grove . . 
New Bellsville 

Nashville . . 

Nashville . . . 

Mt. Liberty . . 

Loekman . . . 

Elkinsville . . 

Nashville . . . 

Nashville . . . 



December 8, 1888. 
February 13. 1889. 
March 18, 1889. 
April 16, 1889. 
May 2, 1889. 
June 1.1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
September 23, 1889. 
November 21, 1889. 
December 30, 1889. 
March 3, 1889. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 



CAEROLL COUNTY. 



Charles R. Pollard . . . 

John H. Gould 

Robert C. Pollard. . . . 

John Groninger 

Laney G. Beck ... 

L.D. Boyd 

Philip Ray 

Reuben R. Bright. . . . 
William M. Loop . . . . 
George R. Bldridge. . . 
Michael J. McGreery . . 

H. F.Fairchild 

Samuel M. Kirkpatrick, 



Delphi. . . 

Delphi. . . 

Delphi. . . 

Camden . . 

Delphi. . . 

Delphi. . . 
Camden 

Flora . . . 
Deer Creek 

Delphi. . . 

Burrows . . 

Delphi. . . 

Cutler . . . 



December 17, 1888. 
December 26, 1888. 
March 13, 1889. 
April 1. 1889. 
April 2, 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
May 4, 1889. 
August 15, 1889. 
November 6, 1889. 
February 8, 1890. 
April 18, 1S90. 
May 13, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 



45 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
CASS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Logansport 


November 10, 1888 




Logansport 

Logansport 

New Waverly 


January 2, 1889. 
January 2, 1889 






January 16, 1889. 




January 21, 1889 


Joseph T.Tomlinson 

Fred J.Montford 

Charles N. Q-raffis 




Februarys, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
March 29, 1889 


Logansport 

Logansport 

Logansport 

Royal Center 

Logansport 


Quincy A. Myers 

James J. Graves 

Charles B. Laselle 

George W Funk . . .... 


April 17, 1889. 
April 23, 1889. 
May 23, 1889. 
May 23, 1889. 
June 11, 1889. 
June 24, 1889 


Terence McGovern 


Logansport 




Logansport 


August 14, 1889. 
September 6, 1889. 
September 23. 1889. 
October 12, 1889. 
October 17, 1889. 
November 6, 1889. 
November 8, 1889. 
January 21, 1890. 
February 20, 1890. 
March 19, 1890 


David D. Fickle 


Thomas J. Fuley 

Moses B. Laury 

Charles H. Jeffras 

John C.Nelson 

John T. Powell 

Gertrude Kosenthal 

M. D.Fansler 


Logansport 

Logansport 

Logansport 

Logansport 

Logansport 

Logansport 

Logansport 


John F. Gettv 


James J. Shaffrey 


Logansport 

Logansport 

AValton ■ 


March 21, 1890 


N.B.Barron 

William Booker 


April 2, 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 






May 29, 1890. 


Albert B. Walter 


Logansport 


June 11, 1890 


Marvin Barnhart 


June 26, 1890. 


Charles E. Taber 

J. H. Walters 


Logansport 

Centre 

Logansport 

Logansport 


August 1, 1890. 
August 22, 1890. 
September 24, 1890. 
October 23, 1890 









CLAKK COUNTY. 



John C. Abbott .... 
Wm. P. Huckleberry . 
Clinton B. Brown . . . 
Patrick H. Jewett. . 
Jonas G. Howard ... 
James E. Taggart. . . , 
AVilliam E. Taylor . . 
Jesse E. McKinley . . , 
John D. Ingram ... 
John W.Powell. ... 
George W. Swengle . . 
Matthias A. Patterson , 
John T.Hamilton. . . 
Lafayette D.Townsend 

Joel McRose 

Joseph C. Benkert . . . 
Stella Weir ...... 

Seymour Guernsey . . , 
Robert Bruce Taylor . , 

William Forgey 

John V. Clapp 

John D. Ferguson. . . , 
Dudley Rodgers . . . . 

S.P.Kelly 

Henry A. Burtt 

Francis M. Carr 

Wm. H.Fogg 

Thomas H.O'Donnell . 

Charles A. Hale 

Newton H. Gray . . . . 



Underwood . . . 
Charlestown. . . 
Jeffersonvi le . . 
JefFersonville . . 
Jeffertonville . . 
JefFersonville , . 
JefiFersonville . . 
New Providence. 
Jeffersonville . . 
Charlestown. . . 
Sellersbursr . . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
New Washington 
Blue Lick .... 
Blue Lick .... 

Otisco 

Memphis .... 
Henryville . . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
Marysville. . . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
Charlestown. . . 

Otto 

Jeffersonville . . 

Oregon 

Jeffersonville . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
New Providence 



January 10, 1889. 
April 9. ]8iB9. 
May 27, 1889. 
May 27, 18-9. 
June 24, 1889. 
July 3. 1889. 
July 13, 1889. 
August 14, 1889. 
September 10, 1889. 
September 25, 1889. 
October 1,1889. 
February 1, 1890. 
March 26, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
May 2. 1890.- 
May 19, 1890. 
May 22, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 
June 6, 1890. 
June 21, 1890. 
July 3, 1890. 
August 6, 1890. 
September 9, 1890. 
September 19, 1890. 
October 27, 1890. 
October 27, 1890. 
October 27, 1890. 



46 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

CLAY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Peter T. Luther. . . . , 
John D. Stratchan . . . 
Homer H. Harris . . . . 
Leason B. Pruner. . . . 

Jacob Herr 

Wm. P. Poulke ... 
Jo'eph H. Blowen . . 
John T.Smith . . . . 
John B. Roberts . . . . 
P. J. R. RobinsoQ. . . . 

Rufus Clark 

Marj' E. McOrea . . . . 
Elias S. HoUiday . . . . 

John Bledsoe 

Richard H. Crouch . . . 

James K. Moss 

Hiram Tpter 

John R. Foreman. . . . 

Silas R. Terry 

Sidney Monk 

•George A. Knight. . . 
Matthew R.Yocum. 
"William W . Carter . . . 

John Tressel 

J. V. Ayer 

Melancthon Stull . . . 

Smith F. Auld 

"William T.Puckett. . . 
William C. Wiltse . . . 
John E. Dilfaver . . . 
Charles F. Thrasher . . 

Richard Gantz 

Henry M. Pierce . . . . 

John M. Turner 

"Wm.T. jMojs 

Jason S. Kellog 

"Will B. Blair 

I. Jarbo 

Thomas W. Hutchinson 

Wm. F. Yocum 

John F. Hutchinson ■ . 



Brazil 
Brazil 
Brazil 
Brazil 
Brazil 
Cory . 



Bowling Green 
Staunton . . . 
Cloverland . . 
Asherville, . . 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil . ... 
Ashboro .... 
Brazil ... 
Poland .... 
Harmony . . . 
Harmony . . . 

Brazil 

Brazil 



Brazil . . . 
Brazil . . . 
Clay City . 
Clay City . 
Clay City . 
Clav City . 
Ashboro . . 
Ashboro 
Saline City 
Turner. . . 
Brazil . . . 
;il . . . 



Brazil 
Brazil . . 
Brazil . . 
Staunton 
Staunton 
Carbon . 



November 10, 1888. 
December 15, 1888. 
December 17, 1888. 
Jieceiiiber21. 1888. 
January 28, 1888. 
February 5. 1888. 
February 18, 1888. 
February 21, 1888. 
February 27, 1888. 
Ai.ril2. 1888. 
April 10. 1888. 
May 10, 1888. 
May 13, 1888. 
May 29, 1888. 
May 29, 1888. 
June 7, 1888. 
June 21, 1888. 
July 1, 1888. 
July 22, 1889. 
July 25, 1889. 
August 2, 1889. 
August 30, 1889. 
September 23, T889. 
October 19. 1889. 
November 5, 1889. 
December 18, 1889. 
December 20, 1889. 
February 8, 1890. 
March 6. 1890. 
April 9. 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 19,1890. 
May 15, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
June 3, 1890. 
July 14, 1890. 
July 23, 1890, 
July 24, 1890. 
July 30. 1890. 
Septembers, 1890. 
October 22, 1890. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



John Earner .... 
James W. Collins . . 
Greenut Sesson . . 
Owen A. J. Morrison 
Charles Beebe . . . 
James T. Hockman . 
John 8. Hedgco 'k . 
William R.Hines . , 
Wyatt A. <ientry . . 
Fred. A. Sims .... 
Frank Beale ... 
Giles D. Knapp ... 
John C. .Morrison . . 
John W. Strawn . , 
Samuel 0. Bayless . 
Braden Clark .... 

Frank Fall 

Baseom B. Clarke . , 
Sue J. Ewing ... 
Abram C. Littleton . 
Walter N. Suit . . 
Truman H. Palmer . 

Cicero Sims 

David B. Carter . . , 
Elver D. Bunnell . . , 



Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Middlefork . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Michigantown 
Franklort . . . 

Forest 

Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Kirklin .... 

Oollax 

Sedalia ... 
Pickard's Mills 
Frankfort . . . , 
Frankfort . . . . 
Frankfort ... 

Forest , 

Moran ... 



November 8, 1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
December 11,1888. 
December 18. 1888. 
January 7, 1889. 
January 16, 1889. 
January 19,1889. 
January 28,1889. 
February 26, 1889. 
March 12, 1889, 
March 12, 1889. 
March 14, 1889. 
March 21, 1889. 
April 9,1889. 
May 3, 1889. 
May 3, 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 
August 21, 1889. 
August 26, 1889. 
September 25, 1889. 
October 16, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 
November 26. 1889. 
Decembers, 1889. 
Decembers, 1889. 



47 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

CLINTON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Frankfort 

Forest 


January 8, 1890. 


Edwin S Ensley 


January 9, 1890. 


Hiram H. Bradley 

Seberry B. Merritt 

Marshall Thatcher 

John H. Roush 

William T.Smith 

Will R White . . . 


Frankfort 

Frankfort 


January 22, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 




February 24, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 


Frankfort 


Joseph C. Suit 


Frankfort 

Frankfort 


February 26, 1890. 
March 26, 1890 


L. A. Rizer 

George E. Haynes ..... 


Mulberry 


April 9, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 




May 27, 1890. 


Samuel B. Merrick 


Forest 

Colfax 


June 10, 1890. 




June 18, 1890. 




July 28, 1890. 




Franklort 


July 31, 1890. 






Auguvt 1, 1890. 
August 6, 1890. 


Robt. W. Irwin 


Franklort 

Frankfort 


Joseph Claybaugh 

Lemuel H. Doyal 


August 12, 1890. 


Frankfort 


August 26, 1890. 
September 13, 1890. 






October 9, 1890. 


H C. Sheriden 


Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Franklort 


October 15, 1890. 


Neal D. Carter 


October 21, 1890. 
October 21, 1890. 







CEAWFOKD COUNTY. 



Albert M. Funkhouser. 
Thomas P. Ellsworth. 
James M.Brown . . . 
S. W. Kellems .... 
George M. D. Key . . 
C. A. A.BuUington . 
L. M. Bullington . . . 

Calvin Shafer 

George W. Corvort - . 
Fred.M. Hostetter . . 



Leavenworth 
Leavenworth 
Leavenworth 
Riceville . . 
English . . . 
English . . . 
West Fork . 
Marengo . . 
Taswell . . . 
Leavenworth 



November 22, 1888. 
January 11, 1889. 
April 27, 1889. 
May 3. 1889. 
June 27, 1889. 
July 8, 1869. 
October 12, 1889. 
November 26, 1889. 
March 27, 1890. 
August 13, 1890. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



Henry F.Bolliner . . . . 
Joseph D. Laughlin. . . . 
William R. Gardiner . . , 
Alexander M. Hardy . . , 

John C. Porter , 

Francis M. Haynes ... 

Abel Paget 

William HeflFernan ... 
Jesse W. Burton . . . . , 

Eula B. Alford 

James M. Myers . . . . , 

Noah Cook , 

Thomas Wadsworth . . 
Gaylor G. Barton . . . . . 
Augustine W. Bigham . 
William W. Marmaduke 
Arnold J. Padgett ... 

John Downey 

Francis M. Harned ... 
William P. Collins . . . 



Washington , 

Odon 

Washington , 
Washington . 
Washington , 
Plainville. . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington , 
Washington . 
Raglesville . 



Raglesville . 
Washington . 
Montgomery. 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Montgomery. 



December 5, 1888. 
December 12, 1888. 
December 29, 1888. 
January 8. 1889. 
February 14, 1889. 
February 16, 1889. 
March 4, 1889. 
April 17,1889. 
May 15, 1889. 
June 15, 1889. 
June 17, 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
July 11, 1889. 
October 2, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
November 26, 1889. 
January 9, 1890. 
January 16, 1890. 
January 22, 1890. 
February 27, 1890. 



48 
N-QTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

DAVIESS COUNTY- Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






Apri' 2, 1890. 




Washington 

Washington 

Plainville 

Epsom 

Allordsville 


April 5, 18911. 
April -26, 1890. 
May 8. 1890. 


Joseph W. 8house 


Edward C. Faith 

William W. Kyle 


May 15, 1890. 
May 17, 1890. 


Samuel H. Taylor . . 


July 1, 1890 




Washington 


August 6, 1890. 




September 2. 1890. 
September 11. 1890. 
October 16,1890. 








Elnora 







DEARBORN COUNTY. 



Hamilton Conaway. . 
Charles J. B. Ratjen . 
George V Churchill . 
James W.Tebbs . . . 
Robert H.Colt .... 
William R. Johnston . 
Fred. H.Rohlfing. . . 
Perry Wilson .... 
William S. Holman, Jr 
J. W. Lambertson. . . 
AdolphH.Merkel . . 
M. E. Washburn . . . 
Nicholas Zimmer . . . 
Samuel McEltresh . . 
OmarF. Roberts . . . 
George E. Downey . . 
Charles M. Bowers . . 
Robert D. Brown . . . 
Edward H. Green. . . 
Prank J. Leeds 
Harry R. McMullen . 
DavidH.Siapp. . . . 
David H. Clark .... 
Jas. 0. Helphenstien . 
Frederick Opperman . 
Martin J. Givan . . . 

Geo.B.Tebbs 

John H. Brown .... 
WarronTebbs 



Dillsborough 

Lawrenceburg 

Moore's Hill 

Harrison, Hamilton Co., 

Lawrenceburg 

Aurora 

Weisburg 

Dillsborough 

Aurora 

Moore's Hill. . . ... 

Aurora 

Guilford 

Yorkville 

Lawrenceburg ...... 

Aurora 

Aurora 

Moore's Hill 

Wilmington 

Aurora 

Lawrenceburg 

Aurora 

Aurora 

Wright's Corners . . 

Wilmington 

Cochran 

Lawrenceburg 

Harrison, Ohio 

Logan . 

Lawrenceburg 



November 2, 1888. 
November 16, 1888. 
January 28, 1889. 
January 31, 1889. 
February 2. 1889. 
April 1, 1889. , 
April 9, 1889. 
May 14, 1889. 
May U, 1889. 
May 31, 1889. 
June 7. 1889. 
June 27. 1889. 
August IH, 1889. 
October 21, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
December 23, 1889. 
December 24. 1889. 
January 21. 1890. 
February 28. 1890. 
March 4, 1^90. 
April 2, 1890. 
April 18, 18W). 
April 2.5, 1890. 
June 24, 1890. 
July 10, 1890. 
July 17, 1890. 
September 20. 1890. 
October 11, 1890. 
October 29, 1890. 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



Wm. S.Johnston . . 
James H. Co.y .... 
John F. Goddard . . 
George W. Watson . 
L.B.Hill ... 

Oscar G. Miller ■ . 
Web WoodfiU .... 
Christopher Shane . 
Benjamin F. Bennett 
David A. Tucker . . 
Sanford Grayson . . 
Robert E.Moore . . 
James H. Tarplee. . 
John L. Hillard. . . 
Samuel B. Edward . 
J.T.McCollough . . 
Benjamin F. Gaston 
John W.Crise. . . . 
Lewis Korseman . . 
■P.T.Lambert. . . 



Greensburg 
Letts Corner 
(xreensburg 
Clifty . . . 
Decatur . . 
Greensburg 
Greensburg 
Greensburg 
Greensburg 
Miilhousen 
Westport . 
Clarksburg 
Clarksburg 
New Point. 
Greensburg 
Westport . 
Sardinia . . 
Forest Hill 
Clifty . . . 
Greensburg 



November 22, 1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
January 16. 1889. 
March 12, 1889. 
May 2, 1889. 
May 25, 1889. 
June 4, 1889. 
August 2, 1889. 
Augus.t 23, 1889. 
September 2, 1889. 
Sei>tember7. 1889. 
January .31, 1890. 
February 1. 1890. 
February 10, 18.-0. 
March 1. 1890. 
March 24. 1890. 
April 7. 1890. 
April 21. 1890. 
May 20. 1890. 
September 9, 1890. 



49 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
DEKALB COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 






November 2, 1888. 




Speneerville 


November 2, 1888. 


Minnie E. McOray 

Robert Wes McB.ide 

"Wm.H. Dills 


November 13, 1888. 




November 22, 1888. 


Auburn 

Auburn 


November 23, ]>• 88. 


Forrest A. Moody 


December 20. 1888. 
January 9. 1889. 


J. Fordyce Woods 

Bert C Rohbiiis. 


Garrett 


January 17,1889. 
January 24, 1890. 
February 4, 1889. 






Fiank S. Blattner 


Auburn 


February 15, 1889. 




Maroh 12. 1889. 


John W Baxtf-r 




April 1.18S9. 
June 0, 1889. 










October 29, 1889. 






October 31. 1889. 




Butler 


January 14. 1890. 


Daisy J Mi^Bride 




January 20, 1890 




January 27. 1890. 
April 7. 1890. 
April 18. 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 


Louis J. Gentler 

K Dextpr TeflFt 


Garrett 

Auburn 


C VI FhiHips . 


Frank W. Willis 




July 1>', 1890. 


<). V. Baxter 


Butler 


July 23, 1890. 




August 11, 1890. 


W. F.Brickman 


Auburn 


September 5, 1890. 







DELAWAKE COUNTY. 



John L. Little. . . 

Leonard W. Carson . . 

David Heal 

Richard A. Andfs. . , 
Orson M. Taylor . . 
Osro N. Cranor . . . , 
Wm. A. Youts. . . 

"Wm Cook 

Wm. P. Koons . . . , 

Giles Gant 

Wm. W. Cornelius . 
N, Sherman Ilanna . 
John P. Walterhouse 
Joseph N. Orr .... 
Arthur W. Brady . . 
Nathan N. Spence . 
William W. Orr. . . 
Liberty Ginn . . . 
Robert N. Snodgrass 
George N. Higman . 
Florence J. Gibson . , 
<^alvin W. Kinnet. . 
John A. Younce. . . 
Smith Childs . . . 
John Linville .... 
Jjerauel L. Scott. 
Ja'nes D. Reynolds . 
Joseph V. Martin . . 
Theodore Rose . . . 
A. W. Chapman. . 
Wm. H.Hickman. . 
Jere Garrard .... 
Robert W. Monroe . 
John L. Rich man . . 
Arthur Shidler . . 



Muncie . . 
Towan . 

Wheeling . 
Cross Roads 

Muncie . . 

Muncie . . 
Ea 



New Corner . . . 

Muiicie 

Sardina 

Muncie 

Selma 

Muncie 

Selma 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Wheeling 

Reed 

Muncie ■ . 
New Corner . . . 
New Corner . . . 

Faton 

Munoie ... 
New Burlington. 

Eaton 

Yorktown . . . . 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie . . . . 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 



December 26. 1S88. 
January 4. 1889. 
January 23; 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
March 18, 1889. 
April 3, 1889. 
April 18, 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
M ay 7, 1889. 
Mayl', 1889. 
May 20, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 
August 23, 1889. 
September 2, 1889. 
November 7,1889. 
December 3, 1889. 
December 18, 1889. 
January 9, 1890. 
February 11, 1890. 
February 17.1890. 
February 24. 1890. 
March 18, 1890. 
March 24, 1890. 
.March 25, 1S90. 
April 8, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
May 13, 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
July 24, 1890. 
August 27. 1890. 
September 2, 1890. 
September 2. 1890. 
Octo er 1,1890. 
October 8, 1890. 



4— Sec. 



50 



NOTAEIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Andrew J. Honeycutt 


Jasper 


December 4, 1888 


Richard M. Milburn 


Jasper 


February 14. 1889. 
April 26, 1889. 
May 4, 1889. 
June 15, 1889 


John S. Brademeyer 

Franklin Pinnick 


Huntingburgh 


John B. Norman 




Leo H. Fisher 

Benj.F. Whittinghill 


Huntingburgh 

Hillham 


July 1,1889. 
August 2, 1889. 
September 28, 1889, 
November 7 1889 




Huntingburgh 


Melchior Droste 


William A. Hermanni 

James P. Carter 

f'eter Newton 


Schnellville 

Huntingburgh 

Birdseye 

Crystal 


January 17, 1890. ' 
January 24, 1890. 
January 24. 1890. 
March 20 1890 


William F. Simmons 


C.J. Hubbard 


Birdseye 

Kellerville 

Huntingburgh 

St. Henry 


March 26, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 29, 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 
July 9, 1890. 
July 22, 1890. 


Felix B. Waldiip 


Arnold H. Miller 


August Luebbehuesen 


John E. MeFall 

Jno.Rothert 


Birdseye 

Holland 


FrankJ.Drash 


Huntingburgh 

Celestine 


September 17, 1890. 
September 17, 1890. 





ELKHART COUNTY. 



Christian A. Kintner . . . . 

Henry Cook 

E. J. Crull . 

George \V. Best 

Elbridge G. Herr 

Zora J. AVeaver 

Isaac Gtimes 

Milo H.Cripe 

Milton M. Galentine . . . . 
Charles A. Wehmeyer . . . 

Mrs. H. T. Barry 

Aaron S. Zook 

James H. State 

Wilber L. Stone 

Mary Harrington . 

(reorge W. Rich 

Lon W.Vail 

John W.Nusbaum 

William Theis 

Leonard J. Brooks 

Michael K. AVeaver 

Charles J. Conn 

Harry C. Wilson 

George Arnold 

Edward H. Mather 

Charles F. Neuter 

Perry A. Early 

James M. Stahl 

Mitchell Chamley 

Laura B. Kantz 

Marmaduke H. Mendenhall 

Emanuel C. Bickett 

Charles W. Fish 

Orin M. Conley 

Henry C. Dodge 



Goshen .' 
Goshen . 
Elkhart . 
Elkhart . 
Goshen . 
Elkhart . 
Elkhart . 
Nappanee 
Elkhart . 
Goshen . 
Vistula . 
Goshen . 
Elkhart . 
Goshen . 
Wakarusa 
Goshen . 
Goshen . 
Elkhart . 
Elkhart . 
(■ioshen . 
Elkhart . 
Elkhart . 
Goshen . 
Nappanee 
Elkhart . 
Goshen . 
N:;ppanee 
Nappanee 
Goshen . 
Bristol. . 
Elkhart 
Elkhart . 
Elkhart . 
Elkhart . 
Elkhart . 



November 19, 1888. 
December 13, 1888. 
December 24, 1888. 
January 16. 1889. 
February 26, 1889. 
March 2, 1889. 
March 6, 1889. 
March 7, 1889. 
March 7, 1889. 
March 12. 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 
May 22, 1889. 
June 21, 1889. 
July 16, 1889. 
August 3, 1889. 
September 4,1889. 
September 4, 1889. 
September 25, 1889. 
September 25, 1889. 
November 2, 1889. 
November 11, 1889. 
November 15, 1889. 
November 30, 18S9. 
December 21, 1889. 
January 8, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 
February 26. 1890. 
March 6, 1890. 
March 26, 1890. 
April 18,1890. 
May 7, 1890. 
Muy 15, 1890. 
May 27, 1890. 
May 28. 1890. 
June 10, 1890. 



51 



E^OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



ELKHAET COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Nappanee 


June 12, 1890. 


David M. Best 

Charles W Miller. . . 


Nappanee 


July 5. 1890. 
July?, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 
July 15, 1890. 
Augusts, 1890. 
August 14, 189U. 


Wm. H. Hauenstein 


Eltvhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 


Anfho'iy Deahl 

C C Hawkins 


Elkhart . . 




Elkhart 


Benj. F. Stephen.'! 


September 11, 1890. 




Goshen 

Bristol 


October 11, 1890. 


<ieo. VV Allen 


Uctotier 18, 1890. 


Jacob 0. Kantz 


Nappanee 

Elkhart . 

Elkhart 


October 17, 1890. 
October 'JO, 1890. 




October 20, 1890. 









FAYETTE COUNTY. 



Charles B. Sanders . . 
•Joseph I. Little. . . 
Charles E. Wagner . . 
Geo.C. Florea .... 
Wm. C. Forrey .... 
Francis M. Huston . . 
William A.Tate . ■ . 
Hyatt L Frost 
AVilliam E. Ochiltree . 
Hubbard F. Thomas 
Lunsford Ij.Broadders 
Marshall iJenedict . . 
James M. Mcintosh. . 



Connersville 
Connersville 
Connersville 
Connersville 
Connersville 
Connersville 
Connersville 
Connersville 
Connersville 
Harrisburg . 
Connersville 
Alpine. . . . 
Connersville 



November 22, 1888. 
December 19, 1888. 
December 24, 1888. 
March 29. 1889. 
May 4, 1889. 
May 31, 1889. 
.!unel8, 1889. 
November 29, 1889. 
December 20, 1889. 
March 18,18^0. 
April 30. 1890. 
May 9. 1890. 
May 15, 1890. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



G-eorge B. Cardwill . . 

Wm.C. Utz 

Kichard S. Davis . . , 
Donald D. Blanchard, 
Henry H. Sigler. . . , 
James G. Harrison . . 
George B. Mclntyre , 
William W. Tuley . . 
Fred D. Connoi. . . . 
Thomas L. Smith . . . 
Horace Brown . . . . 
James B. McCormick, 
Joseph R. Clipp. . . 
Harvey A. Scribner. . 
Evan B. Stotsenburg . 
John Q. Greene. . . . 
Charlton D. Ridley . . 
Henry E. Jewett . . , 
Jim J. Huncilman . . 
Eliza Tabler . . . , 



New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
Greenville . 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
Georgetown . 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 
Neiv Albany 
New Albany 
New Albany 



November 16, 1888. 
November 30, 1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
December 8, 1888. 
December 21, 1888. 
February 4, 1889. 
May 18, 1889. 
July 5, 1889 
November 22,1889. 
December 6, 1889. 
January 29, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
xMarch 24, 1890. 
April 18,1890. 
May 22, 1890. 
May 27, 1890. 
May 28, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
August 8, 1890. 
September 30, 1890. 



52 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Andrew Marshall 


Harveysburgh 

Yeddo 


December 8, 1888. 
January 21, 1888. 


Hiram H.Stilwell 




Februarv 22, 1888. 




Veedersburgh 

Yeddo 


March 6, 1888. 




March 12, 1888. 


James W.Rateliff 


April 12.1889. 


L P. Miller 




May 9. 1889. 






May 16, 1889. 


Charles Remoter 


Veedersburgh 


June 1, 1889. 
June 14, 1889. 




Veedersburgh 

Odell 

Attif-a 


July 15, 1889. 


Samuel Carter 


July 23, 1889. 
August 24, 1889. 


M. Blout . . 


Attica 


August 28, 1889. 
December 31. 1889. 




Fred C Board 




March 6, 1890. 


James H.Tipton 


Coal Creek 


March 6, 1890. 




March 17, 1890. 






March 20. 1890 




Lodi 


May 17, 1S90. 




August 6, 1890. 
Septembers. 1890. 
September 17, 1890. 


V. E. Livengood 


Covington 


Wilber F. Stilwell 




October 4, 1890. 









FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Perry Shultz 

Francis Knecht . . . . 
Richard H. 'lyner. . . 
Michael Volz . . . . 
Charles F Jones . . . 
William H. Jones. . . 
Edward D. Waltz . . . 
Marshal R. Alexander 

P.J.Starr 

James Gard 

Michael A. Ripperger. 
Lafayette Day . . . . 
Edward Manley, Sr. . 
Geo.F.O'Byrne . . . 

Frank Geis 

T. F. Bertenshaw . . . 
Isaac LaRue 



Mixersville . . . 

Knechts 

Fairfield 

Haymond . . . 
Brookville. . . . 
Brookville. . . . 
Sharptown. . . , 
Brookville. . . . 
Blooming Grove. 
Stipp's Hill . . . 
St. Peters . . . . 

Laurel 

Laurel 

Brookville. . . . 
Brookville. . . . 
Drewersburg. . - 
Mt. Carmel . . . 



March 20, 1883. 
March 20, 1889. 
April 2. 1889. 
June 13, 1889. 
August 23, 1889. 
October 15, 1889. 
March 28, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 26. 1890. 
May 9, 1890. 
May 17, 1890. 
May 19, 1890. 
August 1,1890. 
August 2, 1890. 
Augusts, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



Milo R.Smith. . . . 

Julius Rowley 

Michael L. Essick. . . 
George K. Brundige. . 

Enoch Myer.'i 

George W. Hoi man . . 
Frank L Wa?ner . . . 
John W. Kickel. , . . 
Samuel P. Terry . . . 
Jesse W. Carter .... 
Charley F. Parry . . . 
Benjamin F. Overmyer 

Henry B Scott 

Eli R. Herman .... 
Thomas Barker . . . 
Harry Bernetha. . . . 
Virgil S. Reiter .... 
Peter M. Buchanan . . 
Jfi.^eph Miicklan . . . 
Adolph Bicciird .... 



Rochester . . 
Rochester . . 
Rochester . . 
Akron .... 
Rochester . . 
Rochester . . 
Kewanna . . 
Rochester . . 
Rochester . . 
Kewanna . . 
Akron . . 
Letter's Ford 
Disko .... 
Rocheser . . 
Blue Grass. . 
Rochester . . 
Rochester . . 
Rochester . . 

Tiosa 

Rochester . . 



November .30. 1888. 
March 28, 1889. 
April 25, 1889. 
May 8, 1889. 
August 26, 1889; 
August 29, 1889. 
August 30, 1889. 
October 12, 1889. 
November 27. 1889. 
November 30, 1889. 
January 25, 1890. 
February 28, 1890. 
April 2, 1890.. 
April 24, 1890. 
May 31, 189.1. 
June 7, 1890. 
June 7, 1890. 
June 9, 1890. 
June 9, 1S90. 
June 21, 1890. 



53 
E'OTAEIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

GIBSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datb of Commission. 






February 9, 1889. 
February 14, 1889. 
February 25. 1889. 
March 12, 1889 






Mark Powers 


Oakland City 

Fort Branch. .... 




April 1, 1889 




Hazleton 

Princeton 


May 13. 1889. 




June 24, 1889. 


Lillia Bucklin 

William W. Richardson 

James R. Wilson 


Princeton 

Oakland City 

Oakland City 


July 25, 1889. 
July 26, 1889. 
July 29, 1889. 
August 21, 1889. 


William C. Fisher 


Patoka 


September 4, 1889. 


Samuel H.Kidd 


November 14, 1889. 


W.S. Sisson 


Hazleton 

Hazleton 

Somerville 

Oakland City 


February 20, 1890, 
April 5. 1890. 




April 15, 1890. 


James E. Chapell 


April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 


John Wilhelm 

William L. Bilderbaek 


Somerville 

Somerville 


April 26, 1890. 
May 9. 1890. 
May 20, 1^90. 
June 3, 1890. 


John H. Berger 


Fort Branch 

Oakland City 

Princeton 


Zachary T. Emerson 

Charles A. Shannon 


Septembers, 1890. 
October 13, 1890. 



GEANT COUNTY. 



William M. Boggs ... 

Samuel Moore 

K. M. Landis 

John T.Collins 

Charles E. Webster . . . 
Clayborn H. Highley . . 

Uurney Lindley 

John H. Carter 

George E. Meyers ... 

B. R. Norman 

William D. Boiler . . . . 

P.H.Elliott , 

William L. Lenfestey . , 
Thomas B. Dickens. . . 

William Behmer 

William Paulus , 

W.H.Thatcher. 

John T. Strange , 

Jairus H. Dean 

Thomas L. Childs 

John H. Miller 

Greenville A. Brizendine 
Thomas F. Harter . . . . 

Foster Davis 

Nettie Sims 

Emily Greenman 

George G. Wharton. . . . 
Thomas J. Sherman . . 
James H. Richards . . . . 

John P. Furnish 

Joseph W. Stout 

Orn M. Searles 

Frederick D. Seeley. . . . 

O.A.Baker 

Jos. L Custer 

John Bayless 

William H. Charles. , . . 
Christopher C. Gordon . . 



Marion 

Jonesboro .... 
Marion, i . . . . 
Haekleman . . . 

Marion 

Haekleman . . . 
Fairmount. . . 
New Cumberland 
Marion . . 

Marion 

Landers 

Marion 

Marion 

Van Buren . . . 

Rigdon 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Fairmount. . . 

Marion 

Marion 

Point Isabel . . . 

Sweetser 

Fairmount. . . . 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Fairmount. . . . 
Jonesboro .... 

Marion 

Marion 

Herbst 

Marion 

Marion 

Rigdon 

Marion . ... 
Marion 



Decembers, 1888. 
January 29, 1889. 
February 8. 1889. 
February 11, 1889. 
February 26, 1889. 
May 23, 1889. 
May 27, 1889. 
June 18, 1889. 
August 17,1889 
September 5, 1889. 
September 26. 1889. 
October 21, 1889. 
November 16, 1889. 
November 21, 1889. 
November 22, 1889. 
December 7. 1889. 
December 16, 1889. 
January 11, 1890. 
January 15, 1890. 
February 4, 1890. 
April 2, 1890. 
April 8, 18i!0. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23,1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
May 21, 1890. 
June 18, 1890. 
June 18, 18^0. 
July 21, 1890. 
July 22, 1890. 
July 26, 1890. 
August 9, 1890. 
August 29, 1890. 
September 16, 1890. 
September 26, 1890. 



54 



J^OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Samuel W Axtell 


Bloomfield ... ... 


November 26, 1888. 




Newberry 

Bloomfield 

Bloomfield 


November 30, 1888. 


Harvey W. Letsinger 

Wm T tfallemore . . 


December 12, 1888. 
December 24, 1888. 


David A. Foster 

Robert R Taylor . . . 


Worthinpton 

Bloomfield 


February 23, 1889. 
March 13, 1889 


Godfrey Shryer 

Otto F. Herold 

John A.Phillips . 


Worthington 

Bloomfield 

Hobbieville 


March 13, 1889. 
April 25, 1889. 
May 9, 1889. 
May 29, 1889. 


William H.Burke 

John F. Welsh 

Jauies Carpenter 


Scotland 

Worthington 


June 3, 1889. 
August 31, 1889. 
September 9, 1889. 




September 18, 1889. 
September 28, 1889. 




Marco 


Homer T. Fields 


Owensburg 

Worthington 


September 30, 1889. 


Everette E. Foster 

DeLafe Scott • . 


March 20, 1890. 
May 1, 1890. 




Owensburg 


May 19, 1890. 


Joseph E. Walton 

Henry H. McHaley 


May 22, 1890. 


McViUe 


June 12, 1890. 
Julys, 1890. 


Jacob T. Beem 

Wm. L.Rude 


Bloomfield 

Worthington 


September 8, 1890. 
September 19, 1890. 


Thomas R. Cook 


October 11, 1890. 









HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Joseph A. Roberts . 
Daniel Goodykoontz 
Ira J. Kuizer .... 
Phineas G. Pearson. 

J.F.Neal 

Simon D. Stuart . . 
Robert 0. Drake . . 
Smith D. Shannon . 
David McMath . . 
Daniel F. Jones. . . 
L. 0. ClifiFord .... 
James W. Boone . . 
John G. Dunn . . . 
Oliver P. Winders . 
Joel Stafford .... 
Thomas J. Bishop . 
Charles W. GriffiQ . 
James R.Christian . 
John B Foulke. . . 
Meade Vestal .... 
Ralph K. Kane . . . 
Thomas D. Mills . . 
LeRoy J. Patty . . . 
ixeorgo F'. Conner. . 
Ira A. Kilbourne . . 

J.F.Neal 

S. M. Small 

James W. Eaton . . 
Asbury P. Orr. . . . 



Noblesville 
Atlanta . . 
Noblesville 
Sheridan . 
Noblesville 
Noblesville 
Sheridan . 
Cicero . . . 
Sheridan . 
Noblesville 
Cicero . . . 



Atlanta . . 
Arcadia . . 
Noblesville 
Aicadia . . 
Sheridan . 
Noblesville 
Noblesville 
Noblesville 
Noblesville 
Jolietville . 
Carmel . . 
Noblesville 
Noblesville 
Noblesville 
Westfield . 
Ekin. . . 
Arcadia . . 



November 8, 1888. 
November 9, 1888. 
November 12. 1888. 
November 16, 1888. 
November 22, 1888. 
November 27, 1888. 
December 21, 1888. 
January 2. 1889. 
January 15, 1889. 
January 15, 1889. 
January 31, 1889. 
March 1, 1889. 
March 2, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
March 21, 1889. 
April 18, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
November 16, 1889. 
November 30, 1889. 
December 16, 1889. 
March 18, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
June 19, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 
October 20, 1890. 
October 27, 1890. 



55 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Greenfield 


January 21, 1889. 






January 25, 1889. 




Eden 


January 31, 1889. 




Fortville 


February 4, 1889. 




February 25, 1889. 
March 13, 1889. 
March 28, 1889. 


P. J.Bohn 


Charlottesville 




Greenfield 

Greenfield 


April 5, 1889. 


Charles Downing 


May 27, 1889. 
May 29, 1889. 


Ephraim Marsh 

Alfred E.Thomas 


Greenfield 

Willow Branch 

Greenfield 

McCordsville 

Greenfield 

Grebufield 

Greenfield 


July 22, 1889. 
October 12, 1889. 




October 12, 1889. 


Thomas R. Pentecost 

John H. Binlord 


December 23, 1889.. 
Januarv 4, 1890. 


Elmer T. Swope 

Nathan C. Binford 


January 13, 1890. 
January 17, 1890. 
March 17, 1890. 


Wm. M.Lewis 

William C. VanLaningham .... 


Greenfield 

Fortville 


March 17, 1890. 
April 9, 1890. 






May 1, 1890. 




Greenfield 

New Palestine 

Greenfield 

New Palestine 

McCordsville 

Greenfield 

Philadelphia 


May 15, 1890. 


Thompson G. Short 

Robert Williamson 


June 13, 1890. 
July 12, 1890. 


Ezra Eaton 

James H. Kimberline 

M. G. Alexander 


August 19, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 
October 21, 1890. 


John E.Dye 


October 21, 1890. 



HAKKISON COUNTY. 



John B. Craydon . . 

John W. Davis 

Lale Crosier 

Wilford F. Voyles. . . . 
Anthony M. Bisert, Sr . 
Stephen A. Carver . . . 
Samuel D. Bartley . . . 
Wm. W. Kintuin . . . 
Charles A. Williams . . 
Edgar G. Wright .... 
Charles E. L. Steepleton 

Charles W.Cole 

Frank W.Wolfe .... 
William H. U.Stepp . . 

J.K.P.Sonner 

Otto W. Young 

Henry L. Sieg 

George B. Byrum .... 
Jacob A. Horner . . , . 
Charles JN. Dome .... 

Temple C. Byrn 

Daniel J. Bowling . . . 
George W. Krausgrill. . 

M.A.Wolfe 

James A. Barnes .... 

Oscar Gresham 

George H. Denbo .... 
E.S. Sappeufield .... 
Wm. E. Chappel .... 
Wm.J.Shaw 



Ramsey 

Evans Landing . 

Corydon 

Crandall 

Lanesville. . . . 
Mauckport • . . 

Laconia 

Corydon 

Corydon 

Corydon 

Laconia 

Palmyra 

Mauckport . . . 
Convenience . . 
New Amsterdam 
Bradford .... 
Hancock 



Hancock 

New Salisbury . 
New Salisbury . 
Elizabeth .... 
New Salisbury . 
Mauckport . . . 
Elizabeth .... 
Lanesville .... 

Laconia 

Byrneville. . . . 
^ew Middletown 
Laconia 



November 8, 1888. 
November 24, 1888. 
December 31, 1888. 
February 13, 1889. 
March 6, 1889. 
April 5, 1889. 
April 10, 1889, 
April 13, 18^9. 
AprillS, 1889. 
April 13, 1889. 
May 11, 1889. 
May 15, 1889. 
May 18, 1889. 
May 29, 1889. 
Septembers, 1889. 
September 17, 1889, 
September 23, 1889. 
September 30, 1889. 
October 14, 1889. 
November 25, 1889. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
May 6, 1890. 
May 21, 1890. 
May 28, 1890. 
June 17, 1890. 
June 24, 1890. 
July 25, 1890. 
August 1, 1890. 
October 11, 1890. 



56 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


John S.Walton 


Coatesville 

Pittsboro 


November 2, 1888. 


Daniel F. Hill . . 


November 23, 1888 






December 4, 1888. 






December 17, 1888 


Cassius C. Hadley 


Danville 


December 22, 1888 


Joseph M. Tulle 




January 28, 1889. 




Stilesville 


March 4, 1889. 


(if orge W. Brill 

Gratton W. Seaton 


March 8, 1889 


Cartersburg 

Danville 

North Salem 

Danville 


May 7, 1889. 


Muratt W. Hopkins 

"William H Fleece 


July 9, 1889. 
September 4, 1889. 
September 4, 1889. 
September 4, 1889. 
October 21, 1889 


John R. Hadley 

Retta Todd 


James I. Wills 








October 22, 1889. 


Ora F. Martin 


Clayton 


November 6. 1889. 


Edward J. Smith 


Clayton 


November 25, 1889. 




Belleville 


March 6, 1890 


Miles E. Chastain 




March 22, 1890 






March 22, 1890. 


James M. Wills 


Pittsboo 


April 19, 1890. 


John A. Of-born 


New Winchester 

Plainfield 

Plainfield 

North Salem 


May 24, 1890 




August 8, 1890. 
October 28 18% 




John JL>. Adair 


October 31, 1890'. 



HENRY COUNTY. 



Oliver P. M. Hubbard 
Oliver P. M. Thompson 
Thomas B. Wilkinson 
Benjamin F. Koons . . 
James L. Shelton . . . 
Adolph Rogers .... 
Morrow P. Armstrong 
Wm F. Rawlins . . . 
William H. Baird .. . 
Joseph M.Brown . . . 

Clay C Hunt 

W. F. Byrket 

Hiram Alshouse . . . 
Elbert S. Griffin .... 
Albert D. Ogborn . . . 
Albert W.Saint .... 
Richard Broadbent . . 
Oliver H. Ni.xon . . . 
Winchester H. Adams 
William B. Gray . . . 

D. W.Kinsey 

AV. H.Elliott 

Wilbur Woods .... 
Li I burn White .... 
William E. Thompson 
John C. Keller .... 
William H. Keesling . 
Charles M. Butler . . 

Levi Ulrieh 

Josiah P. Bogue . . . 
Augustus L. Eilae . . 
Josiah Needham . . . 
Charles N. Mikels . . 

Geo. L. Swain 

Geo. W. Bunch .... 
Richmond Wisehart . 
Mark M. Morris .... 
Samuel H. Brown . . . 
David H. Hudelson . . 

John E. Keys 

Milton S. Reddick . . 
Wm. A. Brown .... 



New Castle . . . 
Blountsville . . . 
Knightstown . . 
New Castle . . . 
Knightstown . . 
New Castle . . . 
New Castle . , . 
Maple Valley . . 
Lewisville . . . . 
New Castle . . 
New Castle . . , 

Snyder 

Cadiz 

New Castle . . . 
New Castle . . . 
Spicelan'1 . . . . 
Spiceland . . . . 
Spieeland . . . . 
New Castle . . . 
Knishtstown . . 
New Castle . . . 
New Castle . . . 
Knightstown . . 
Spiceland • .• . . 
Sulphur Springs 
Lewisville . . . . 
Mechanicsburg . 
Knightstown 
Greensboro . . . 
Spiceland . . . . 
New Castle . . . 
New Castle . . . 
^New Castle . . . 
Middletown . . . 
New Castle . . . 
New Castle . . . 
Knightstown . . 
New Castle . . . 
Dunreith . . . . 
Knightstown . . 
Knightstown . . 
New Castle . . . 



November 10, 1888. 
November 14, 1888. 
January 28, 1889. 
February 7. 1889. 
February 14, 1889. 
February 26, 1889. 
February 28, 1889. 
March 8, 1889. 
March 14, 1889. 
March 20, 1889. 
March 29, 1889. 
April 6, lf^89. 
May 8. 1889. 
May 17. 1889. 
May 22, 1889. 
June 11, 1889. 
July 12, 1889. 
July 24, 1889. 
July 29, 1889. 
August 21, 1889. 
September 2, 1889. 
September 24, 1889. 
November 8, 1889. 
November 29, 1889. 
December 9, 1889. 
December 19, 1889. 
March 25, 1890. 
April 8, 1890. 
April 30. 1890. 
May 5, 1890. 
May 8, 1890. 
May 10, 1890. 
May 28, 1890. 
May 28, 189 '. 
August 2, 1890. 
August 4, 1890. 
August 7, 1890. 
September 29, 1890. 
October 7, 1890. 
October 11, 1890. 
October 16, 1890. 
October 20, 1890. 



57 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



HOWAED COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



James F.Elliott . . 
L. J. Kirkpatrick . . 
Joseph A. Newcomb , 
George W.Kemp . . 

J. C. Dean 

Cassius C. Shirley. . - 
Bertie C. Lincoln . . , 

Henry Shrock 

J. D. Johnson 

AVm. E. Blacklidge . . 
E. E. Springer . . . . 
Charles B. Jones . . , 
Anderson Johnson . , 

Charlton Bull 

J. J. Hoss , 

Charles A. Henry . . , 
Barclay Moon . . . 
William P. Woody . . 
Daniel C Peters . . . 
James W. Cooper . , 
Michael J. Mullarkey 
JohnT. Pickett . . . . 
John F. Christy. . . . 

J. A.Remy 

Allen Shewmon. . . . 
William F. Mann . . . 
Joseph C. Herron . . . 
Francis M. C. Hart . . 
Michael J. Clancy . . 
William H.Hull . . . 
Amandus N. Grrant . . 
Daniel J. Rudy . . . . 
Ira C. Hoops . . . . 
Daniel Brimerman . . 
Luther S. Ware . . . . 
Alfred Murray . . . . 
James F. Morrison . . 
Charles A. Jay . . . . 

John Stewart 

Wiljiam P. Jones. . . 

Levi Barrett 

William L. Clause . . 

H. W.Shroyer 

Elisha Cox 

Charles F. Houghton . 
Charles C. Strong . . . 
Cornelius Rice . . . . 
Chenial D.Coralt. . . 
Harry G. Chisnell. . . 

Mell Seward 

Sylvanus Barrett . . . 

Z. P. Dean 

Charles F. Templin . , 
Ida J Howard . . . . 
Wm. C. Overton . . . 
Chas. E. Forgey. . . . 
Wm.H. Wherrett. . . 
C.D.Thatcher . . . . 



Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . , 
Kokomo . . . 
Russiaville . 
Kokomo. . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Plevna. . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Sycamore . . 
Greentown . 
Greentown . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Jerome . . 
Russiaville . 
Greentown . 
Russiaville . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo. . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Russiaville . 
Kokomo . . . 
Centre . . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Hemlock . . 
Kokomo . . . 

Alto 

Kokomo. . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo. . . 
Kokomo. . . 
Oakford . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
West Liberty 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo. . . 
Guy .... 
West Liberty 
Greentown. . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 
Kokomo . . . 



December 11, 1888. 
December 31, 1888. 
January 21, 1889. 
January 24, 1889. 
February i. 1889. 
February 27, 1839. 
March 2, 1889. 
March 13, 1889. 
March 21, 1889. 
March 23, 1889. 
April 6, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 
April 12, 1889. 
April 16, 1889. 
April 18, 1889. 
May 29, 1889. 
June 6, 1889. 
June 15, 1889. 
June 17, 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
July 6, 1889. 
August 7, 1889. 
August 9, 1889. 
August 10, 1889. 
August 16, 1889. 
September 7, 1889. 
September 11, 1889, 
October 12, 1889. 
October 25, 1889. 
November 2, 1889. 
November 2, 1889. 
November 15, 1889. 
December 24, 1889. 
December 26,1889. 
December 31, 1889. 
January 7, 18t>0. 
January 8, 1890. 
January 10, 1890. 
January 25, 1890. 
February 8, 1890. 
February 20, 1890. 
February 20, 1890. 
March 22, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 29, 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 
May 29, 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
June 17, 1890. 
June 30, 1890. 
July 9, 1890. 
July 9, 1890. 
August 18, 1890. 
September 1,1890. 
September 2, 1890. 
September*, 1890. 
October 7, 1890. 
October 22, 1890. 



58 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






November 30, 1888. 






November 30, 1888. 




Huntington 


December 13, 1888. 


John Gr. Price 

Joseph B. Bryson 

Orlando W. Whitlock 


Huntington 

Huntington 

Huntington 

Huntington 


January 16, 1889, 
February 11. 1889. 
April 20, 1889. 
April 20, 1889. 
April 23, 1889. 


Frank C. Wintrode . 






May 25, 1889. 
July 5, 1889. 
December 5, 1889. 








Warren 


P. M.Cnle 


December 7, 1889. 


James M Hatfield 


Huntington 


January 15, 1890. 
January 18, 1890. 






January 20, 1890. 


Francis M. Huff 


Warren 


January 28, 1890. 
February 6, 1890. 
February 18, 1890. . 
February 21, 1890. 


William C. Koeher 


Huntington 

Huntington 


Georee W McClellan . . 


April 10. 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 




Mt. Etna 


Harvey H. Miller 




May 16, 1890. 


EzraT. Lee 




June 26, 1890. 




Huntington 

Huntington 


July 1, 1890. 
July 1,1890. 
July 11. 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 
September 5. 1890. 
September 27. 1890. 
October 31, 1890. 




William P Rees . . . 


Wm. P. Brvson ... 




Geo. W. Stutts 


Huntington 

Kokomo 

Huntington 




John S. Branyan 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



Hamilton Shirley. . . 
Oscar H. Montgomery 
John M. Lewis . . . . 

John T. Dial 

Geo. H. Heins 

Fred J. Meyer 

Fred Miller 

James F. Applewhite. 
William L. Boyatt . . 
Thomas M. Honan . . 
C.W.Thompson . . . 
Andrew J. Lee . . . 

A. N. Munden 

Tipton S. Blish . . . . 

W.H. Ewing 

David J. liriffith . . . 
George W. (iibson . . 
James H. Davis. . . . 
Elias M. Alter . . . . 
Geo. M. Fen ley . . . . 
Wm.H.AVarner . . . 
Asbury H. Mannuel . 



Brownstown 

Seymour. 

Crothersville 

Mooney . . 

Brownstown 

Vallonia. . 

Ewing . 

Brownstown 

Brownstown 

Seymour 

Houston 

Sparksville 

Seymour. 

Seymour. 

Ewing . . 

Tampico 

Houston. 

Maumee. 

Medora . 

Medora . 

Crothersville 

Freetown . . 



November 17, 1888. 
February 7, 1889. 
February 15, 1889. 
May 4, 1889. 
July 10, 1889. 
July 10, 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 
August 12, 1889. 
August 28. 1889. 
October 12, 1889. 
October 17, 1889. 
November 30, 1889. 
November 30, 1889. 
December 11, 1889. 
January 22, 1890. 
February 3, 1890. 
February 5. 1890. 
April 25,1890. 
May 1. 1890. 
June 19, 1890. 
August 20, 1890. 
September 1,1890. 



59 



I^OTARIES PUBLIC— Coiitinned. 



JASPER COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Wheatfield 


January 9, 1889. 




Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 


March 12, 18!<9. 


Clark McCoUy 

Charles G. Spitler 


April 1, 1889. 
April 6, 1889. 


Kniman 


June 27, 1889. 


David H. Patton 


July 8, 1889. 


Oliver B. McTntire 


Remington 


July 18, 1889. 
August 31, 1889. 
October 26, 1889. 
November 8, 1889. 
November 14, 1889 


Nathan W. Reeves 

Christopher C.Jones 


Rensselaer 

TeflFt 

Remington 




December 10, 1889. 


Abraham Halleck 

Prank Foltz 


DeMotte 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer. 

Reminaton 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 


February 15, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 


William B. Austin ..."..... 

W.H.Shaw 

Wm.H. H. Graham. ..... 

Jas. W. Douthit 


April 22, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 
September 8, 1890. 
September 22, 1890. 



JAY COUNTY. 



Thos. J. Dragoo .... 
David T. Taylor . . . . 

Earl W.Soper 

Oscar H. Adair 

Wm. H. Williamson . . 

Daniel Witt 

Walker Monroe .... 
Emma L PteifFer .... 

Nicholas Huart 

Wm. B. Hadns 

Luther 1. Baker .... 
S. A. D.Whipple. . . . 
Charles W. McLaughlin 
John R. Perdieu .... 
Thos. D. Perdieu .... 
Henry Heister .... 
Lucy Lee Clark .... 
William C. Cartwright . 
Theodore Snyder .... 
Ninirod Headington '. . 

H.B.Koon 

John W. Headington . . 
John F. LaFollette . . . 
James P. Harruff . . . 
Oassius M. U. Shanks . . 
Jacob H. Piatt .... 
Judson A. Jaqua . . . 
Madison A. Gleutzer . . 

John Sutton 

Frank White 

Charles B.Walker . . . 
William .J. Townsend . 

John T. Rook 

Theodore Bailey .... 

Jos. L. Carl 

John M. Smith 

A. H. Bushong 



Red Key . . . 

Portland . . . 

Balbec . . . . 

Portland . . . 

Portland . . . 

Red Key . . . 

Dunkirk . . . 

Portland . . . 
New Corydon . 

Portland . 

Portland . . . 

Red Key . . . 

Portland . . . 

Portland . . . 

Portland . . . 

Boundary . . . 

Portland . . . 

Portland . . . 

Portland . . . 

Portland . . . 
New Pittsburg 

Portland . . 

Portland . . . 

Salamonie . . 

Portland . . . 

Dunkirk . . . 

Portland . . . 



Dunkirk 

Portland 

Pennville 

Bryant . 

Dunkirk 

Portland 

Dunkirk 

Portland 

Hector . 



November 2, 1888. 
November 20, 1888. 
December 12, 1888. 
December 17, 1888. 
March 7, 1889. 
March 12, 1889. 
March 14, 1889 
April 11, 1889. 
April 13, 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
July 17, 18S9. 
July 22, 1889. 
August 8, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
September 23, 1889. 
January 2, 1890. 
January 2, 1890. 
January 22. 1890. 
January 29. 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 18S0. 
March 19, 1890. 
April 2. 1890. 
May 1, 1890. 
May 5, 1890. 
May 7, 1890. 
May 17, 1890. 
May 19, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 
Junes, 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 
August 2fi, 1890. 
August 27, 1890. 
September 18, 1890. 
September 26, 1890. 



60 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commission. 



James F. Lewis . . . 
Oscar H. Benham . 
Jas. V. Rawlings . . 
Lorenzo D. Daily . . 
Simeon E. Leland . 
Joseph P. Wells . . 
Samuel H. Wilson . 
John Wooley .... 
Frank M. Lee . . . 
Thomas 0. Ogden 
Sam. B Wells . . . 
James Graham . . . 
John W. Senior . . . 
Jos. G. Marshall . . 
Solomon J. Bear . . 
Joseph B. Pepper . . 
Wm.M.Jaekman . 
Charles D.Scott . . 
-Jas. Y. Allison . . . 
Newton W. Vawter . 
Edward B. H. Owens 
Jerome W. Flanders 
Benj. A. May .... 
Martha S. Marshall 
•Charles A. Burdsal . 
Edward Seidel . . . 
Alanson W. Freeman 

John Brady 

Charles W.Schreder 



Dupont .... 
Saluda .... 

Wirt 

Brooksburg . . 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Deputy .... 
Hanover . . . 
Harrell .... 
North Madison 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Madifon . . . 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Manville . . . 
McGregor . . . 
Madison . . 
North Madison 
Dupont .... 
Dupont . . . 
Graham .... 
Madison . . . 
Lancaster . . . 
Madison . . . 
North Madison 
Deputy . . . 
North iMadison 



January 8, 1889. 
January 8, 1889. 
February 15, 1889. 
February 21, 1889. 
February 25, 1889. 
March 12. 1889. 
May 2, 1889. 
May 20, 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 
July 23, 1889. 
July27,]889. 
.August 23, 1889. 
September 4, 1889. 
October 1. 1889. 
October 15, 1889. 
November 7, 1889. 
November 7, 1889. 
November 8, 1889. 
November 16, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
November 25, 1889. 
December 26, 1889. 
January 15, lS90. 
January 30, 1890. 
March 31, 1890. 
June 7, 1890. 
July 31, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 
October 8, 1890. 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



Benj. F. Needy 

John H. Rogt-rs 

James M. Swarthout . . . 

Wm.T. Johnson 

Wm. Fitzgerald 

Frank E. Little 

■S. H. Van Houten 

Amos R. Shepherd 

Mrs. Amanda M. O'Conner 

bilas W. Baker 

Seba A. Barnes 

Alexander Shepherd . . 

Wm.H.H. Boyd 

Samuel Elliott 

Daniel Bacon 

James R. Pool 

Jno. K. Araick , 

Benj.Payton 



Vernon . . . 
Slate .... 
Six Mile. . . 
Nebraska . . 
North Vernon 
North Vernon 
Queensville . 
Lovett .... 
North Vernon 
Zen as .... 
Vernon . . . 
North Vernon 
Butlerville . 
Sherwood . . 
North Vernon 
Brewersville 
Scipio .... 
Nebraska . . 



November 27, 1888. 
December 19, 1888. 
January 21, 1889. 
April 27, 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
May 14, 1889. 
May 20, 1889. 
June 27, 1889. 
August 19. 1889. 
January 23. 1890. 
March 20, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
June 25, 1890. 
June 30, 1890. 
August 11, 1890. 
October 3, 1890. 
October 14, 1890. 



61 



JSTOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 






December 8, 1888. 




Whiteland 


December 8, 1888 




January 10, 1889. 




Greenwood 

Franklin 

Trafalgar 

Greenwood 

Franklin - . . . ... 


February 20, 1889. 




February 21, 1889. 
April 26, 1889. 
May 8, 1889. 
May 8, 1889. 
June 4, 1889. 
September 24, 1889. 
September 30, 1889. 
October 25, 1889. 


Alonzo M. Ragsdale 

Wm. Eldridge 

Minnie Meggenhofen 

Samuel M. Dunham 

J.F. Crawford 


Nineveh 

Greenwood 

Edinburgh 

Franklin 


James H. Dorsey 




December 24, 1889. 


Edward F. White 




December 26, 1889 




Whiteland 

Franklin 


April 30, 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 




W. W. Hubbard. . .... 


Edinburgh 


May 6, 1890. 
May 22, 1890. 




Andrew J. Longhery 

Wm.T. Prichard 


Edinburgh 

Franklin 


August 28, 1890. 
September 5, 1890. 
October 2. 1890. 




Franklin 


October 27, 1890. 







KNOX COUNTY. 



Geo. W. McCoy . . . 

James L. Culbertson . 

Edgar H.Delbolf . . . 
John W. Emison 

John C. Adams . . . . 

John T. Willis . . . 

Milton P. Ghee . . . . 
Clarence B. Kessinger 

Henry S. Cauthorn . . 

Mary W.Scott . . . . 

Henry L. Renner . . . 

George M. Young . . . 

Henry J. Lane . . . . 

Herman Buckthal . . 
John G. Hart ... 

Richard L. Bailey. . . 

Samuel W. Williams . 

B.M. WiUoughby. . . 

Wm.F.Town?end . . 

James S. Pritchett . . 

James P. L. Weems. . 

Wm. B. Griffsby. . . . 

Charles F. Weems . . 

Wm. 0. Mason . . • . 

John A. Smith . . . . 

Jerome Convery . . . 

William A. Bailey . . 

Jonathan Keith. . . . 

John Wilhelm . . . . 

John G. Dunn. . . . 

Hiram 0. Winkler . . 

Robert L. Buckles . . 

John D. Anderson . . 

Millard F. Ireland . . 

Jno. D. Fine 

Jno.M.Kelley . . . . 



Vincennes . . . 
Vincennes ... 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes . . . 
Vincennes . . . 
Bruceville ... 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Sanborn .... 
Vincennes. . . 
Freelandville 
Freelandville . 
Bicknell .... 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . , 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. , . 
Vincennes. . . 
Oaktown. . . . 
Vincennes. . . . 
Vincennes. . . , 

Decker 

Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 
Emison Station 
Vincennes. . . 
Wheatland . . 
Bdwardsport . 
Vincennes. . . 
Vincennes. . . 



November 14, 1888. 
November 22, 1888. 
January 8,1889. 
January 10, 1889. 
January 23, 1889. 
January 24, 1889. 
February 14, 1889. 
March 8, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 
April 12, 1889. 
April 13, 1889. 
April 30, 1889. 
May 8, 1889. 
May 10, 1889. 
May 24, 1889. 
July 5, 1889. 
August 30, 1889. 
September 5, 1889. 
October 1, 1>89. 
October 8, 1889. 
October 29, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
February 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
May 8, 1890. 
May 13, 1890. 
May 20, 1890. 
May 27, 1890. 
June 2, 1890. 
June 3, 1890. 
June 9, 1890. 
June 20, 1890. 
June 21, 1890. 
June 25, 1890. 
July 9, 1890. 
October 20, 1890. 



62 

XOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



James W. Cook . . . 
Lloyd W. Dunlar). . 
John W . Chapman 
Commodore Clemans 
Andrew tJ. Wood . 
Astor C. Cletunns . 
Samson J. North . 
Wm. E. Groves . . 
Levi R. Stookpy. . 
Lawrence E ilarter 
Theodore W. Brake 
Joseph A. Irvin. . 
Wm. Zimmerman. 
Oliver P. Widainan 
Smith K. Vawter . 
Raymond C. Best 
Henrj' W. (.irraham 
Wm. A. Shriner. . 
Pamnel Meliek . . 
Harriet D. Frazier 
Jacob Whitpleather 
Lew S. Clayton . . . 
Lucius B. McKinley 
Melvin H. Sumny. 
John F. Johnson . 
Francis E. Bowser 
Benj.Yohn .... 
John L. Weaver. 
Harvey J. Leonard 
Jnoi H. Brubacker 



Warsaw . . . . 
Sevastopol. . . 
Warsaw . . . 
Pierceton . . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Pierceton . . 

Mi 1 ford 

Millord , . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Warsaw . . , . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Leesburg . . . 
Leesburg . . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Vawter Park . 
Waisaw . . . . 
Etna Green . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Etna G; een . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Millwood . . . 
Mentone. . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Mentone. . . . 
Mentone. . . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
North Webster 
Warren . . . . 
Silver Lake . . 
Warsaw . . . . 



November 24, 1888. 
December 17. 1888. 
February 9, 18«9. 
February 28, 1889. 
March 28, 1889. 
March 29, 1889. 
April 26, 1889. 
April 27, 1889. 
May 23, 1889. 
May 27, 1889. 
June 29. 1«89. 
July 9, 1889. 
September 13, 1889. 
October 17. 1889. 
October 17, 1889. 
October 25, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
December U, 1889. 
February 15, 1890. 
April 8, 1890. 
April 11,1890. 
May 9. 1890. 
May 9. 1890. ' 
May 15. 1890. 
May 26,1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
Julv 1, 1890. 
September 24, 1890. 
Oetoijerl7, 1890. 
October 25, 1890. 



LAGKA.NGE COUNTY. 



William Rawles. . . 
Joseph B. Wade. . . 
Isaac Collins 
Lorenz D. Carther , 
J. W. H.Ohamblin , 
Abel B.Bennett. . . 
Francis M. Vedder . 
John Paul Jones 
Miles R. McCloskey, 
A. A. Snyder . . . . 
Henry M. Price . . . 
Frank J. Dunter . . 



Lima .... 
Lagrange . . 
Lagrange . . 
Shipshewana 
Wolcottville 
Turkey Creek 
Lagrange • . 
La.:range . . 
Lagrange . . 
Wolcottville 
Lagrange . . 
Lagrange . . 



December 8, 1888. 
February 20. 1889. 
March 23, 1889. 
July 22, 1889. 
August 3, 1889. 
November 11, 1889. 
February 11, 1890. 
May 8, 1890. 
May 8. 1890. 
August 14, 1890. 
August 15, 1890. 
September 29, 1890. 



LAKE COUNTY. 



G.D.Clark 

Amo.s All man .... 
John B. Peterson . . 
Martin Wood .... 
Wilbur B. Reading . 
Herman C. Beckman 
Byron C. Morton . . 
Alfred E. David . . 
James A. Wood . . . 
Frederick J. Fife . . 
Johannes Kopelke . 
Ernest W.Sohl . . . 
LeGrand T. Meyer . 
George W. Waters . 



Crown Point 
Crown Point 
Crown Point 
Crown Point 
Hammond . 
Brunswick . 
Crown Point 
Hammond . . 
Lowell . . . 
East Chicago 
Crown Point 
Hammond . 
Cedar Lake . 
Lowell . . . 



November 20, 1888, 
December 26, 1888. 
December 28, 1888. 
December 31, 1888, 
February 12, 1889. 
February 15. 1889, 
March 5. 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
March 20, 1889. 
.March 21, 1889. 
March 31, 1889. 
Julys, 1889. 
August 28, 1889. 
September 13, 1889. 



63 
IS^OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

LAKE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


G.W.Lawrence . 
Parmer R. Cross . 
Henry A. Kendal . 
Anthony Seidler . 
James E.Twitt . . 
David Scott .... 
W. C. McMahan . 
Wellington A. Clari 
Charles Morlock . 
Blias L. Bartlett . 
James H. Love . . 
Walter L. Allman 


















Lowell . . . 
Hammond . . 
Hammond. . 

Dyer 

Whiting . . . 
East Chicago 
Crown Point 
Crown Point 
Hammond . . 
East Chicago 
Le Roy . . 
Crown Point 
















September 25, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
December 24, 1889. 
April 5, 1890. 
April 8, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
May 15, 1890. 
May 27, 1890. 
July 5, 1890. 
September 4, 1890. 
September 12, 1890. 
September 30, 1890. 



LAPQETE COUNTY. 



Charles B. Andrew . . . . 

Albert J. Stahl 

Lee E. Griffin 

Milton 0. Payne 

William B. Biddle . . . . 
Dexter Alvin Buck . . . . 
Morgan H. Weir . . . . . 
James F. Gallaher . . . . 

.'ohn C. Richter 

John H. Or?an 

Fannie B. Higgins . . . . 
James A. Thornton .. . 

Victor M.Tuthill 

Nicodemus L. Piotrowski 
Albert E.Thornton . . . . 
William E. Higgins . . . 

Eugene I. Wile 

George J. Staiger, Jr . . . 

Percy L. Cole 

Eugene Adams 

Jared H. Orr .... 

Robert S. Carroll 

OttoE.Raddatz 

William F. Graf 

Charles H. Truesdell . . . 

John H. Bradley ..... 

Conrad Becker 

William F. Porter . . . . 
Adelbert L. Brown . . . . 
Jonathan W.Crumpacker 
William Fredrickson . . . 
Edgar D. Barrows .... 

David Levison 

William Ohming, Jr . . . 

James W. Broeffle 

James C. Holmes . . . . 
Richard Wainwright . . . 
George C. Dorland .... 
John N. McCurdy . . . . 

Jos. C. Haddock 

Andrew L. Osborn .... 
Andrew L. Osborn, Jr . . 

J.B.Collins 

George L. Thompson . . . 

Jos. J. Rumely 

John P. Cathcart 

J. A. Manning 

Jennie McKeon 

Frederick W. Wile . . . . 

Isidore I. Spiro 

Jonathan Snook 



Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte . . . 
Michigan City . 
Laporte ... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Michigan City . 
Michigan City . 
Michigan City . 
Michigan City . 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte . _ ._ . 
Rolling Prairie 
Michigan City . 
Laporte . . . 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte ... 
Laporte . . ^. . 
Laporte .... 
Laporte ... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Michigan City . 
Laporte . . . 
Laporte . . . 
Michigan City . 
Laporte .... 
AVanatah . . . 
Michigan City . 
Laporte .... 
Laporte . . . 
Michigan City . 
Westville . . . 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Michigan City . 
Laporte .... 
Laporte .... 
Michigan City . 
Michigan City . 



November 30, 1888. 
December 24, 1888. 
January 18, 1889. 
January 21, 1889. 
January 30, 1889. 
February 4, 1889. 
February 12, 1889. 
Februar.v- 18, 1889. 
February 19, 1889. 
February 27. 1839. 
April 20, 1889. 
April 28, 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 
July 8, 1889. 
July 9, 1889. 
July]7, 18C9. 
August 26, 1889. 
September 28, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 
January 31. 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 26, 1890. 
March 5, 1890. 
March 7, 1890. 
March 8, 1890. 
March 25, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
April 15,1890. 
May 9, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
June 2, 1890. 
June 13, 1890. 
June 30, 1890. 
July 12, 1890. 
July 14, 1890. 
July 14, 1890. 
July 15, 1890. 
July 26, 1890. 
.July 26, 1890. 
July 31, 1890. 
August 4. 1890. 
Auerust 21. 1890. 
September 2, 1890. 
Septembers, 1890. 
September 6. 1890 
September 11, 1890. 
October 22, 1890. 
October 28, 1890. 



64 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
LAWEENCE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE, 


Date of Commission. 


Lloyd AVithers 




December 21, 1888 




Bedford 


December 27, 1888 


Edward F. Allen 


Fayetteville 

Bedford 

Mitchell 

Bedford • . . 


February 20, 1889. 
February 20. 1889. 
March 7, 1889 






March 8 i8S9 


Alfred F. Berry ... 




March 12, 1889 


Thos. L. Mideffer 


Bono 

Tunnelton 

Mitchell 


March 16, 1889. 




April 3, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 


Robert M. Alexander 


Curtis Younsrer 


Mitchell 


April 10, 1889. 
April 13, 1889. 
June 28, 1889. 


Chas. A. Knight 


Tunnelton 

Mitchell 

Bedford 


Rice M. B own 


Hayden H.Walls 


December 2, 1889. 




Bedford 

Bedford 


Decembers. 1889 


Edward J. Robinson 


February 26. 1890. 


Francis M.Hall 

Riley Jones 


Silverville 


March 14,1890. 
March 14, 1890. 


Addison W.Bare 


Bryantsville 


MMroh21,1890. 
A ay 23. 1890. 
May 29, 1890. . 


James Faubion 




Wm. Hunter 


Heltonville 


June 2, 1890. 



MADISOX COUNTY. 



James M. Uvershine 


Elwood 


Novemb r 28, 1888. 


Wm. E. Kittinger 




December 12, 1888. 


L. M. Schwim 


Anderson . . ... 


December 12, 1888. 






December 29. 1888. 


Charles L. Henry . 




January 21, 1889. 
January 29, 1889. 


John P. Fear 




Wm.B.West 


Anderson . 


February 6, 1889. 


W. R. Pierce 




February 6. 1889. 


Wilber W. Harrison 


Anderson 


February 21, 1889. 






February 23. 1889. 


Edward B. Chamness 




March 7. 1889. 


Charles U. Ewing 


Anderson 


April 1, 1889. 
April 1. 1889. 
April 6, 1889. 
April 9, 1889. 
April 30. 1889. 


James M. Donnelly 




Joseph D. Allen 


Ssmmitville 


D.T.Hand 

Samuel P. Moore 


Elwood 






May 4, 1889. 
May 7. 1889. 
May 10, 1889. 
May 10, 1889. 
May 13, 1889. 
May 20, 1889. 






Jerrv SimmoDS 


Dundee 








Byron McMahan 




Charles 0. Crowley 


Anderson 


August 3, 1889. 


Jesse Clayton Shuman 




August 10, 1889. 


Edmond F Daily 


Anderson 


August 23, 1889. 


John Frith 

Jesse MelleH, 


Elwood 

Elwood 

Elwood 


September 7, 1889. 
October 2. 1889. 




October 29. 1889. 


Howell D. Thompson 


October 29, 1889. 


James T. Knowland 


Anderson 


November 14, 1889. 


John T. Deal 

W.W.Ballard 


Elwood 


November 27, 1889. 
November 30, 1889. 


Thomas B. Orr 


Anderson 

Alexandria 


January 21, 1890. 




January 29, 1890. 
February 17, 1890. 


Charles M. Bickham 


Edward B.Walker 




February 26, 1890. 
March 1, 1890. 


William H.Dobson 








April 10, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 


Alfred Brown 








April 24, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 


George W, Koons 


Elwood 



65 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Coutin«e.d. 



MADISON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


John R. Thornburgh 

C B Orris 


Anderson 


May 16, 1890. 
May 16, 1890. 


Philetus R Eycke . . 




May 29, 1890. 


W.J.Jackson 

John ¥. MeUlure 

Cassius M Greenlee 

Frank G. Eppley 


Anderson 

Anderson 

Elwood 


June 3, 1890. 
June 4, 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 
J uly 8, 1890. 


Elwood 


August 1. 1890. 
August 11, 1890. 




Perkinsville 




August 27, 1890. 
September 1, 1890. 
September 23, 1890. ^ 
September 29. 1890. 


C P Roof . . . 




Herman F. Wilkie 


Elwood 

Elwood 


A. P. Rice . 


October 4, 1890 






OetoberlO, 1890. 


Albert A Small. ... 




October 20, 1890. 




Anderson 


October 21, 1890. 







MARION COUNTY. 



Jacobs. McCuIlough . . 
Wm. H.Sraythe. . . . 
James E. McCuIlough . 

John R. McFee 

Frank J. Richman . . . 

John Carter 

John C. Hoss 

Willis C. Bagen 

Willis W. Wright . . . 
Charles K. Brigham . . 

Charles U. Lind 

Isaac H. Kiersted. . . . 

George Kothe 

C. E. Swain 

Joseph E. Bell . . . . 
Henry C. Jordan .... 
Harry A. Metzger. . . . 

S. M. Bruce 

James W. Keogh .... 
Charles A. Dryer . . . 
Algernon W. Austin . . 
Charles W.Oakes. . . . 
Charles W.Smith. . . . 

Albert B.Cole 

Austin F. Denny .... 
Fred. A. Gregory .... 

E.L. Swilt 

Emma M. Salter .... 
Arthur B. Giover .... 

Merrill Moores 

Harmon J. Everett . . . 
Hiram Plummer .... 
Henry C. Rogers .... 
Mary Agnes Black . . . 
Kenneth G. Reid . . . 
Isaac E. Brokaw .... 

John C. Brush 

Thomas J. Hay 

James W. Fesler .... 
Jessie L. Carpenter. . . 

Howard Cale 

Gustavus A. Wurgler, Sr 
George Seidensticker. . 
William F.Heinrichs. . 
Edwin G. Lancaster . . 

5— Sec. 



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Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
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November 13, 188'? 
November 15, 1888 
November 21, 1888 
November 21, 1888 
November 21, 1888 
November 21, 1888 
November 24, 1888 
November 26, 1888 
November 30,1888 
November 30. 1888 
December 4, 1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
December 6. 1888. 
December 13, 1888 
December 17, 1888 
December 19, 1888 
December 21, 1888 
December 27, 1888 
December 27, 1888 
December 31, 1888 
December 31, 1888 
December 29, 1888, 
December 31, 1888 
Januarys, 1889. 
Januarys, 1889. 
January 8, 1889. 
January 8, 1889. 
January 10, 1889 
January 13, 1J'&9 
January 13, 1889 
January 25, 1889 
January 25, 1889 
January 26, 1889, 
January 29, 1889 
January 30, 1889 
February 5, 1889 
February 6. 1889 
February 13, 1889. 
February 12, 1889. 
February 12, 1889. 
February 12, 1889. 
February 15, 1889. 
February 18, 1889. 
February 19, 1889. 
February 19, 1889. 



66 
I^OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Jesse T.Horn 

Jacob, Traub 

Augustus Lynch Mason 
Agnes A. Lowe .... 
Martin V. McGilliard . 

W. H. Morrow 

Waiter S. Smith . . . 
Charles R. Hasely . . . 

M.S. Weills 

Martin M. Hugg .... 
Samuel V. Perrott . . . 
<jreorge T. Moore ... 
William V. Kookea- . . . 

Lorenz Schmidt 

Philip Rappaport. - • . 

Joseph C. ftehaf 

Archie M. Arba.ugh . . . 

Wilson Morrow 

Franklin L. Spahr - . . 
Francis J. Reinhard . . 
Horace Ji. Kletcher . . . 
Alpheus F. Smith. . . . 
Charles S. Wright. . . . 
Orlando Knowlton . . . 
William H. Dye. : . . 
Pearl A. Haveliek . , . 
Henry P. Hill .... 
David C. Bergundthal . 

J«ihn C. Green 

Edward L. Mick .... 
W. E. Stevenson .... 
Samuel E.Perkin.s. . . 
William Gordon .... 

Albert F. Ayres 

Hugo M.Hug 

Frank H. Ewers 

Emil C. Rassmann . . . 
Richard S. tfmith .... 

John J. Price 

James Stevenson .... 
Oeorge B. Elliott .... 

Alfred F. Potts 

Wm.C.Phipps 

Sheldon (t. Woodward ■ 

Jesse H. Blair 

George W. Seibert . . . 

Fred L.Purdy 

James A. Hamiltoa- . . 
Benjamin A. Richardson 
William C.Smith. . . . 
Harley A. Ru.s.sell. . . . 
William 0. Hamilton. . 
Ale.\ander E. Manning. 
Alexander G. Ayre.s. . . 
Hufus N. Blume .... 
David A. Ralston .... 

Henry H. Fay 

William T.Cannon. . . 
William H. Davis. . . 
iLuciuda B. J. Wishard . 

John F. Julian 

•George P. Anderson . . 
William H. Corb.s.ley . . 

James M. Elder 

N. L. Marrow 

William W. Spencer . . 

Wirt C. Smith 

P. N. Spain 

William E. Mick .... 
William C. Niiylor . . . 
David E. Snyder .... 



Brightwood . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indiauiipi lis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianai)olis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 



February 21, 1889. 
February 21, 1889. 
February 27, 1889. 
March 2, 1889. 
March 5, 1889. 
March 8, 1889. 
March 8, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
March 12, 1889. 
March 12, 1889. 
March 13, 1889. 
March 16, 1889. 
March 18, 1889. 
March 13, 1889. 
March 21, 1889. 
March 22, 1889. 
March 2-5, 18S9. 
March 25, 1889. 
March 27, 1889. 
March 30, 1889. 



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1 1, 1889. 

1 2, 1889. 

1 3, 1889. 

1 5, 1889. 

1 2, 1889. 

1 10. 18K9. 

1 10, 1889. 

1 10, 1889. 

1 11, 1889. 

1 15, 1889. 

1 18, 1889. 

1 20, 1889. 

I 22, 1889. 

1 22, 1889. 

1 23, 1889. 

1 24, 1889. 

1 25, 1889. 

1 27. 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
May 3, 1889. 
May 8, 1889. 
May 13, 1889. 
May 15, 1889. 
May 18, 1889. 
May 27, 1889. 
May 29, 1889. 
June 5, 1889. 
June 12, 1889. 
June 12. 1889. 
June 13, 1889. 
June 17, 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
June 28, 1889. 
June 28, 1889. 
July 8, 1889. 
July 13, 1889. 
August 19, 1889. 
August 24. 1889. 
August 24, 1889. 
September 4, 1889. 
Septembers, 1889. 
September 6, 1889. 
September 6, 1889. 
September 9, 1889. 
September 9, 1889. 
Septembf-r 14, 18H9. 
ScDtemberl7, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 



67 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continue^ 

MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commission. 



Simon P.Neidigh. . . 
William Tolin . . . . 
William P. Herod. . . 
Rowland Evan.= . . . . 
Ernest K. Keith. . . . 
Granville M. Ballard . 
William E.Tortd . . . 
Horace B. Holloway . 
Robert F. Bence . . . 
Lafayette Perkins . . 
Newton M. Taylor . . 
C. Clifton Kerr . . . . 
Frank H. Blackledge . 
Evans Woollen . . . . 
Charles E. Oldacre . . 
JonHhan S.Harvey . 

W.B. DePoy 

J. Hervey Smith . . . 

Josei'h Shulz 

Frank B. Fowler . . . 

Ralph Hill 

Chas. Harrington . . . 
Harrison P. Hood. . . 
Lilly B. Lundy . . . . 
Herrmann Sieboldt . . 
Henry A. Beck .... 
Charles D. Bnsbong. . 
Clarence B. Weir . . 
William A.Reading . 
Wilson S. Doan 
Plaviu.s J. Van Vorhis 

John H. Prier 

Charles W. Brouse . . 
Oren S- H^idley . . . . 

Albert Irvin 

Arthur V. Brown . . . 

W.M. Coval 

Bennett P. Witt. . . . 
Robert B. Kpith. . . . 
Marion E. Elstun. . . 
Herman C. Tuttle. . . 
Jamt-s A.Pritchard. . 
Abram Wasner . . . . 
Maria E. Murry. . . . 
Henry D. Lane .... 

Parke Daniels 

William S. Garber . . 

Jno. R.Elder 

Horace M. Hadley . . 
William Patterson . . 
Wiley H. Dixon. . . . 
Geo. M. Hawkins . . . 
Wilbur L Royse . . . 
William F. Wocher . . 
Eugene H. Rollin. . . 
William H. Hobbs . . 
Thomas C. Lewis . . . 
George T. Breunig . . 
Mansfield C. Foley . . 
Harold Taylor .... 

G.W. Batty 

T. C. Whitcomb. . 
Charles R. Jones . . . 

John W. Lopp 

Charle.s M. Tyler . . . 

W.B.Grubbs 

Harry C. Smith .... 
Bertha E.Williams. . 
John E. Milnor . . . . 
Daniel L. Cady 
Daniei B. Sullivan . . 



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Ind 
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Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
Bri 
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Ind 
Ind 
Ind 
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janapolis 
ghtwood . 
napolis 
napolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
ianapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis. 
anapolis 
anapolis 
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anapolis 
anapolis 
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n napolis 
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an apolis 
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anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
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anapolis 
anapolis 
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anapolis 
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anapolis 
anapolis 
anapolis 
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anar( 
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September 18, 1889. 
September 19, 1889. 
September 20. 1889. 
October 1,18«9. 
October 2, 1889. 
October 4, 1889. 
October S, 1889 
October 12, 1889. 
October 17, 1889. 
October 18, 1889. 
October 18, 1889. 
October 19, 1889. 
October 21, 1889. 
Oftober 24, 1889. 
October 29, i889. 
October 2i;, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 
November 6. 1889. 
November 11,1889. 
November 14, 1889. 
November 14. 1889. 
November 19, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
November 27, 1889. 
November 29, 1889. 
Decembers, 1889 
December 17, 1889. 
December 17. 1889. 
December 24, 1889. 
December 30, 1889. 
January 2, 1890. 
January 2, 1890. 
January 8, 1890. 
January 13, 1890. 
January 15, 1890. 
January 15, 1890. 
January 18, 1890. 
January 21, 1890. 
January 22, 1890. 
January 24, 1890. 
January 29, 1890. 
February 3, 1890. 
February 3, 1890. 
February 6, 1890. 
February 8, 1890. 
February 10, 1890. 
February 10, 1890. 
February 11, 1890. 
February 11, 1890. 
February 11,1890. 
February 15, 1'90. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 
February 2fi, 1890. 
February 27, 1890. 
March 4, 1890. 
March 7, 1890. ■ 
March 8, 1890. 
March 12, 1890. 
March 12, 1890. 
March 17, 1891). 
March 18, 1890. 
March 18, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 
April 1, 1890. 
April 1, 1890. 
April 3, 1890. 
April 3, 1890. 
April 5, 1890. 



68 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



John G. McCullough . . . 

Mary H. Peacock 

Jas. Sulgrove 

Bradford A. Bullock -. . . 
Henry F. Stephenson . . . 

Robert Kempf 

William C. Smock .... 
Howard D. Sterrett . . . . 
Wm. Watson Woollen . . 

Albert G. Hardin 

George C. Hitt 

James Johnston ..... 

Joshua E. Florea 

William J. McCoy . . . 
John H. Kingsbury . . . . 
Joseph G. McDowell . . . 

L. G. Dynes 

Orlando M. Eastes .... 
George E. Hereth ..... 

John B Brewer 

Jennie M. Gates 

Theodore P. Harrison . . 

Albert T. Beck 

Caleb S. Denny 

Henry G. Dockweiler . . . 

Milton J. Mavity 

Willis H. Ingram 

Louis J. Metzger 

Thomas P. Mills 

Charles K. Was«on .... 

Mary E. Chapin 

John C. Ertel 

Frank W. Wood ...... 

Conrad C. Steinbrenner. . 

Eva Edwards 

Charles M. Reagan .... 
William H. Wilhelm . . . 
John H. Daugherty . . . 
Charles N. Atkinson . . . 
Lawson M. Harvey .... 

John L. Reardon 

Burton Watts . 

John 0. Beard 

James W. Swails 

Jas. Wright 

Theodore Porttens .... 

Chas. E. Coffin • 

John 0. Spahr ! 

John A. M. Cox > 

Chas. B. Test 

Wm. H. Newby 1 

Chas. W. Gorsuch i 

Walter H. Shortridge . . 
Edith E.Swigert ..... 

Horace E. Smith 

Harvey D. Stagg 

W. G. Gordon ....... 

Minnie K Kerr 

Van B.Stiarwalt 

Chas. S. McBride 

0. S.Wells 

David M.Coiiklin . . . 

John R. McFee 

Adaline Bradsha.w . . : . 
John T. Leeklider . . . 
Wilbur F. Browler .... 

Duane H. Bowies 

Frank T. Edcnharter . . . 

Wm. C. Davis 

John L. Benedick 

Worth Wright 



Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Castleton . . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Castleton . . 
Indianapolis 
Southport - - 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
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Indianapolis 
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Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
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Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Acton .... 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indinnapolis 
Haughville . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Tndianii polls 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianii polls 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 



April 7, 1890. 
April 9. 1890. 
April 10, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
April 16, 1890. 
April 17. 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 18. 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 28. 1890. 
May 2, 189u. 
May 6, 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 
May 17, 1890: 
May 19, 1890. 
May20, 1S90. 
May 26, 1890. 
May 26, 1890. ■ 
May 26, 1890. 
May 29, 1890. 
May 29, 1890. 
June 2, 1890. 
June 3, 1890. 
June 4, 1890. 
June 4. 1890. 
June 10, 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 
June 17, 1890. 
June 19. 1890. 
June 21, 1890. 
June 21, 1890. 
June 24, 1890. 
June 26, 1890. 
June 30. 1890. 
July 3. 1890. 
July 9. 1890 
July 12, 1890. 
July 14, 1890. 
July 15, 1890. 
July 15, 1890. 
July 15, 1890. 
July 18, 1890. 
July 23, 1890. 
July 23, 1890. 
July 26, 1890. 
August 4, 1890. 
August 9, 1890. 
August 13, 1890. 
August 18, 1890. 
August 23, 1890. 
August 27. 1890. 
August 28, 1890. 
August 29, 1890. 
Septembers, 1890. 
September 3, 1890. 
September 6. 1890. 
September 12, 1890. 
September 13, 1890. 
September 22, 1890. 
September 23, 1890. 
September i3, 1890. 
September 27, 1890. 



69 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Bridgeport 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 


October 2, 1890 




October 2, 1890 


Lyndsay M. Brown 


October 6, 1890. 
October 10 1890 


Richard W. Thompson 


October 17, 1890. 
October 21, 1890. 


Wm.Rowe 

Geo.W.Empey 


October 28, 1890. 
October 29, 1890. 







MARSHALL COUNTY. 



Charles Kellison ... 
Orlando M. Packard . , 
John W. Parks . . . . . 
RolloB.Oglesba ... 
William B. Hess . . . 
David E. Snyder . . . 

William fthaw 

John S. Bender . ... 
Albertus C. Canron . . , 
Alphonso W. Hardesty 
John D. Thomas ... 
Leopold M. Lauer. . . 
Frank H. lloifman . . 
James H. Kizer .... 
Winfield L. Johnson . , 
Oliver P. Green .... 
Brodie W. Parks . . . , 

Z. D. Bolton 

Edwin R. Monroe. . , 
James W. Falconbury 

Horace Corbin 

Harcourt C. Corbin . . 
Samuel Barrett .... 
John ^V. Houghton . . 
Charles B.Tibbetts. . . 
Andrew J. Wickizer . 
■Cornelius Tuttle ... 
William H. Love ... 
Samuel Parker . . 

Christian Seilet, Jr . . , 

Wm.S. Blue , 

J. D. McLaren .... 

J. W. Ma-xey , 

W.J. Bennett 



Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Burr Oak . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Ilion. . . . 
Bourbon . . 
Plymouth . 
Argos . . . 
Inwood . . 
La Paz. . . 
Bourbon . . 
Bourbon . . 
Bourbon . . 
Tyner City. 
Rutland 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Ilion. . . . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Argos . . 
Donaldson. 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Bremen . •. 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth . 
Plymouth • 
Argos . . . 



November 19, 1888. 
November 20, 1888. 
January 4, 1889. 
January 4, 1889. 
January 21, 1889. 
February 6, 1889. 
March 25, 1889. 
August 20, 1889. 
September 30, 1889. 
October 19, 1889. 
November 15, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
December 20, 1889. 
December 31, 1889. 
January 23, 1890. 
January 29, 1890. 
January 29, 1890. 
March 17, 1890 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 29. 1890. 
May 1, 1890. 
May 1.1890. 
May 15, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
June 11, 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 
August 2, 1890. 
August 13, 1890. 
October 1,1890. 
October 23, 1890. 



MARTIN COUNTY. 



Jacob S. McCollough 
Arthur C. O'Brien . 
Cutler S. Dobbins. . 
fteorge C. Croshaw . 
■Thomas J. Brooks. . 
Ephraim Moser . . . 
Samuel N. Given . . 
Homer Given .... 
Hiram McCormick . 
€ha.rlesH. McCurty. 
Simon S. Penrod . . 
Jeremiah Mosier . . 
McDonald HufiF. . . 
Alex. Sharum. . . 
Hileary Houghton . 
William T.Porter . 
Willis B. Colvin . . 



Shoals. . . . 
Loocootee . . . 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals 

West Shoals. . 
Shoals .__. . . 
Indian Springs 

Shoals 

Loogootee . . . 

Shoals 

McCameron . . 
Indian Springs 



November 13, 1888. 
November 26, 1888. 
November -30, 1888. 
December 19. 1888. 
January 29, 1889. 
February 9, 1889. 
March 2, 1889. 
March 20, 1889. 
May 11, 1889. 
May 21, 1889. 
June 7. 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 
July 25, 1889. 
July 29, 1889. 
August 23, 1889. 
August 28. 1889. 
November 16, 1889. 



70 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARTIN COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


William Haughton 




December 17, 1889. 




Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals . 


January 24. 1890 
February 15, 1890. 
February 28, 1890. 
May 27, 1890. 
July 7. 1890. 
July 21, 1890. 
September 25, 1890. 


Charles B. Rogers 


Thomas C. Scott 


James T. Rogers 

Fabius Given 


Shoals 




Loogootee 

Keek's Church 


Noah Sims 





MIAMI COUNfY. 



Walter C.Bailey . . . 
Byron L. My^rs. . . . 
William C. Farran . 
John Champ ... 

Emily M. Mitchell . . 
William W.Sullivan . 
Joel R. Townsend . . 
Frank D. Butler . . . 
John W. Edward . . . 
Ira B.Myers . . 
John C. Humrickhouse. 
George W. Kenny. . . 
Charles A. Cole . . . 
Noah W. Trissal . . . 
Joseph A. Faust . . 
Constiintine S. Life . . 

John Tudor 

Collins E.Miller . . 
John F. Melton .... 
John F. Overman. . . 
John L. Fiirrar .... 
John H. Runkle . . . 
EllaM.Smiih. . . . 
William J. Smith. . . 
Joseph N.Tillett . . . 
J. G. Brackenridge . . 
John Mitchell. 
William E. Mowbray . 
WiKord A. Woodring. 
Robert C. Foor .... 
John B.Joyce .... 



Peru 

Peru 

Peru. . . . 
Macy . . . . 

Peru 

Peru. 
Macy . . 

Peru 

Xenia . . . . 

Peru 

Miami . . . . 

Peru 

Peru 

Peru. . . . 

Peru 

Xenia . . . 
Denver . . . 
North Grove. 
Amboy. . ■ 
Amboy. . . . 

Peru 

Peru 

Denver . . . 
Denver . . . 

Peru 

Peru 

Peru 

Peru. . . 

Peru 

Bunker Hill. 
Peru 



December 21, 1888. 
January 15, 1889. 
February 11, 1889. 
February 19, 1889. 
March :'. Um. 
March 18, 1889. 
March 27. 1889.' 
May 23, 1889. 
June 7, 1889. 
July 26, 1889. 
August 29, 1889. 
September 7, 1889 
November 4, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 
November 14, 1889. 
April 7. 1890. 
April 21, 18^0. 
May 3, 1890. 
May 5, 1890. 
May 5, 1890. 
May 17, 1890. 
June 3, 1890. 
June 3, 1890. 
July 15,lS9u. 
Julv 24,1890. 
August 5, 1890. 
September 3. 1890. 
September 5. 1890. 
September 22, 1890. 
September 23. 1890. 
October 24, 1890. 



MONEOE COUNTY. 



Wm.C.East . . . 
William H. Neeld. 
Thomas W. Sparks 
George N. Puett . 
Calvin H. Baker . 
Dennis Murphy. 
Ollas W. Oliphant 
Daniel O.Spencer. 
John M. Worrall . 
John (xraham. . . 
John 0. Riley. . . 
James B. Clark 
Henry T. Simmons 
Harry D. Orchard. 
William P. Rogers 
William A. Rice. . 
Frank T. Brodix . 
Marion Bureh. . . 
Ira C. Batman. . . 



Bloomington 
Bloomington 
Stanford . . . 



Stanford . . . 

Yellowstone. 

Buen.a Vista. 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Blootninirton 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Stanford. 

Bloomington 



January 29. 1889. 
February 19, 1889. 
February 26, 1889. 
April 9,1889. 
April 24, 1889. 
April 24, 1889. 
May 11,1889. 
June 4, 1889. 
June 22. 1889. 
July 6, 1889. 
October 7, 1889. 
November 5, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
November 2^^. 1889. 
November 26. 1889. 
February 15, 1890. 
March 5. 1890. 
March 18, lf90. 
March 19, 1890. 



71 



I^OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



MONEOE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. Date of Commission. 


Samuel R. Humston 


Smjthville 


April 8,1890. 
May 9, 1890. 
May 28, 1890. 








Harrodsburgh 

Clear Creek 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Blooiuington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 


June 25, 1890. 


Charlie K. Pering 

Myrtle Mayfield 

Samuel B, Rogers 


July 21, 1890. 
August 15, 1890. 
August 18, 1890. 
September 1, 1890. 




September 6, 1890. 


Jno.R. Brill 

Charles W.Dicken- 


September 19, 1890. 
October 17, 1890. 



MONTGOMEKY COUNTY. 



Benton Snyder .... 
Albert D.Thomas. . . 
John J. Darter - . . 
Nathan P. H. Proctor 

N.F.Darnell 

Jas. D. Hurt 

Charles L. Thomas . . 
John H. Doltstrum . . 
Anna A. Milligan. . . 

Geo. James 

Thomas H. Wade . . . 
Wm. E. Humphrey . . 
Thomas Kels^y .... 

Benj. Crane 

Daniel A. Jenkins . . 

James Oxley 

Willin-nT. Brush. . . 
Albei L C. Jennison . . 
David W.Gerard . . . 
Charles Johnst"n . . . 
Harvey Wilkinson . . 
Geo. W.StafiFord . . . 
.Will G. McClure . . . 
Hueh J. Webster . . . 
William M. White . . 
Leonard E. Acker . . 

Jere West 

Jerome B. Dooley. . . 

John Johnson 

RoUoG. Cri-t 

Samuel S. Martin. . . 
Charles W. Wright . . 
Thomas M. Campbell . 
John H. Burtord . . . 
Blanche L. Stockton . 
Jame<^ F. Harney . . . 
James H.White . . . 
John W.Dunham. . . 
William W. Morgan . 
George B. Brewer. . . 
Charles W. Brown 
Thoma.'; L. Stilwell . . 
Byron R. Russell . . . 
Alfred D. Lofland. . . 
€has. N.Williams . . 
Talbott A. Adkins . . 
Melville W. Bruner. . 
Geo. D. Hurley . . . . 
Chas. H.Miller . . . . 
William M. Reeves . . 



Yountsville . . 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
New Ross . . . 
New Ross . . . 
Crawfordsville 
Waynetown . . 
Crawlordsville 
Lapland. 
Brown's Valley 
Crawfordsville 
Darlington 
Crawfordsville 
Wingate .... 
Whitlock . . . 



Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 

Mace 

Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Waveland . . . 
Crawfordsville 
Waveland . . . 
Crawfordsville 
New Market. . 
Darlington . 
Crawfordsville 
Darlington 
Crawfordsville 
Crawfordsville 
Ladnga . . . 

Linden 

Shannondale . 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

New Ross 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Ladoga 

Crawfordsville 



December 4, 1888. 
■January 11, 1889. 
January 15, 1889. 
January 24, 1889. 
February 2, 1889. 
February 18, 1889. 
February 19, 18S9. 
February 28, 1889. 
March 21, 1889. 
March 28, 1889. 
April 15, 1889. 
April 17, 1889. 
May 13, 1889. 
June 6, 1889. 
June 12, 1889. 
June 12. 1889. 
June 13, 1889. 
June 27. 1889. 
July 9, 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 
August 12, 1889. 
August 28, 1889. 
August 29, 1889. 
September 9, 1889. 
October 19, 1889. 
October 19, 1889. 
October 24, 1889. 
ISovemberl3, 1889. 
November 19, 1889. 
November 25, 1889. 
December 2, 1889. 
January 10, 1890. 
January 17, 1890. 
January 29, 1890. 
February 26, 1890. 
March 6. 1890. 
March 19, 1890. 
April 18.1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
May 12, 1890. 
May 31. 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 
Julyl, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 
Augusts, 1890. 
August 9, 1890. 
August 20, 1890. 
October 2. 1890. 
October 13. 1800. 
October 31, 1890. 



72 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MOKGAN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Centretun 

Martinsville 

Martinsville 

Monrovia 


January 21, 1889. 
February 5, 1889 




Robert W.McNaut. 


March 16 1889 




March 22, 1889 


B. J. Denny 


April 9. 1889. 
April 15, 1889. 
June 4, 1889. 
June 11. 1889 


Daniel P. Owens 


Wilbur 


James V. Mitchell 


Martinsville 

Brooklyn 

Alaska 

Martinsville 

Martinsville 

Paragon 


Frank S. Hatton 


July 6, 1889 




July 31, 1889. 
September 11, 1889. 
September 26. 1889. 
October 28 1889 


William R.Harrison 

John N Breeden 


Grant R. Norman 




December 17, 1889 


Isaac Knight 


Morgantown 


March 19, 1890 


Alfred M. Smith 




March 24, 1890 


John F. Richardson 




April 2. 1890. 


William H. Ray 

Evan Hadley 


Mooresville 


April 21, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 24, 189j. 
May 29, 1890. 
October 30, 1890 


William A. Shumaker 


Piano 


Nathan A. Whitaker 

Nathan E. Hubbard 


Martinsville 









NEWTON COUNTY. 



Charles L Urmston 
Ezra B. Jones . . . . , 
E.Littell Urmston . 
Zachariah T.Marritt 
David I. Bishopp . . 
Robert J. Yeoman . , 
Augustus D. Babcock, 
Harry A. Strohm . . 
Robert ti. Foresman 
William Cummings. , 

J. W. Oswald 

James F. Saunderson, 
John M. Hufty ... 
Charles R.Bali . . . , 
Frank A . Comparet. , 
Frank Davis .... 
Jno. F. Jo''nson ■ . 
Thurman C. Annabal. 
Jira Skinner 



Kentland . 
Kentland . 
Kentland . 
Groodland . 
Kentland . 
Mt. Ayr . . 
Goodland . 
Kentland . 
Kentland . 
Kentland . 
(•Joodland . 
Kentland . 
Mt. Ayr . . 
Rose Lawn 
Kentland . 
Morocco . . 
Morocco . . 
Goodland . 
Kentland . 



November 8, 1888. 
November 30. 1888. 
February 5. 1889. 
June 8. 1889 
June 29, 1889. 
July 5, 1889. 
August 3, 1889. 
November 26, 1889. 
February 3. 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 28, 1890. 
February 28, 1890. 
March 1, 1890. 
April 10. 1890. 
May 20, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
September 2, 1890. 
September 6, 1890. 
October 10, 1890. 



NOBLE COUNTY. 



H. G. Zimmerman . . 
Frederick I. Atkinson 
Alpheus F. VanNiman 
James J Lash. 
Frank M. Prickett 
Wm. S. Kiser . . 
Luke Fl. Wrigley . 
P.V.Huffman . . 
Robert P. Barr 
Amanda E. Worden 
Charles K. Greene 
Emma L. ."^mith. . 
Lon D. Fleming. 
Samuel P. Stewart 
J. Burton Garbcr . 
.Jos. S. Conlogue . 
V.C. Mains ... 



Albion. . . . 
Ligonier. 
Kendallville. 
Albion. . . 
Albion. . . . 
Albion. . . . 
Albion. . . . 
Ligonier. . . 
Kendallville. 
Albion. . . . 
Albion. . . . 
Albion. . . . 
Ligonier. . . 

Avilla 

Albion. . . . 
Kendallville. 
Kendallville. 



November 22, 1888. 
December 8, 1888. 
January 31, 1889. 
March 8. 1889. 
May 1,1889. 
May 14, 1889. 
June 20. 1889. 
July 6, 1889. 
August 8, 1889. 
August 19, 1889. 
August 26, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 
September 24. 1889. 
October 4, 1889. 
October 15. 1889. 
January 8, 1890. 
January 29, 1890. 



73 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

NOBLE COUNTY -Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Daniel T. Zimmerman 

Laura J. Fulk 

Edwin W. Matthews 


Wawaka 

Ege 

Green Centre 


March 14, 1890. 
April 10, 1890. 
April 11, 1H90. 
June 2, 1890. 


Byron P. Gray . 


Wolf Lake 


June 7, 1890. 
June 13, 1890. 


Samuel E. A.lvord 


Albion 


October 23, 1890. 



OHIO COUNTY. 



Stephen H.Stewart 
George H Miller . . 
John B.Coles .... 
William H. Oatman. 
David S. Wilber . . 
George B. Hall . . . 
Murray F. Williams 
Alexander Campbell 



Rising Sun . 
Hartiord. . 
Rising Sun . 
Bear B-^anch. 
Rising Sun . 
KisingSun . 
Rising Sun . 
Bascom . . . 



November 13, 1888. 
April 26, ] 889. 
May 13, 1889. 
November 2, 1889. 
November 4, 1889. 
December?, 1889. 
July 14, 1890. 
September 29, 1890. 



OR.\NGE COUNTY. 



Wm. Farrell . . 
QeoTge P. McCoy . 
John L. Megenity. 
Josiah H. Charnes 
Lois Buskirk . . . 
William J. Throop 
James N. Murphy 
William B. Gilliatt 
AVilliam B. Brubeck 
Jonah G. Reed . 
Miles Roland . . 



Paoli. 

Stamper's Creek 
Paoli. . . . 
French Lick 
Paoli. . . . 
Paoli. . . 
Valeene . . 
Young's Creek 
Newton Stewart 
Leipsic . . . 
West Baden . . 



March 5, 1889. 
April 20. 1889. 
July 16, 1889 
August 15, 1889. 
December 4, 1889. 
January 27, 1890. 
June 2, 1890. 
June 9, 1890. 
June 19. 1890. 
August 29, 1890. 
September 4, 1890. 



OWEN COUNTY. 



John H. Crone 

Vincent Anderson . . . 

Michael Wolf 

James N. Steele 

Armstead L. Nichols . . 
Daniel P. Campbell. . . 
Jesse P. Peden 
Warren E. Meek . . . 
Luther N. Downey . . . 
Fred L. Pochin . . . . 
William R. Wisely . . . 
Harlan Richards . . . 
Ashable P. W. Bridges . 

Wesley Coffey. 

Silvester E. Adkins. . . 
John F. Lautenschlager 
Perry C. Mcintosh . . . 
Susannah R. Anderson . 

Albert W. Dyer 

E.J.Barton 

J. R.Merrel 



Farmers . . . . 

Quincy 

Spencer . . . . 
Gosport . . . 
Jordan Village 

Poland 

Spencer . . . . 
Cataract .... 
Gosport . . . . 
Spencer . . . . 
Spencer . . . . 
Spencer . . . . 

Quincy 

Spencer . . . . 

Adel 

Hausertown . . 
Freedom. . . . 

Qi'incy 

Calvertville . . 

Arney 

Patricksburg . 



December 18, 1888. 
January 16, 1889. 
February 6, 1889. 
April 6, 1889. 
May 1,188V". 
June 8. 1889. 
July 24, 1889. 
August 10, 1889. 
August 20, 1889. 
October 19. 1889. 
November 11, 1889. 
November 14, 1889, 
December 23, 1889. 
March 11. 1890. 
May 19. 1890. 
May 29. 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
July 30, 1890. 
August 18. 1890. 
September 26, 1890. 
October 15, 1890. 



74 



J^OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



PARKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


1 
RESIDENCE. Date of Commission. 






November 13, 1888 


Wm. L. Thompson 


Bellmore 


Novem' er 19, 1888. 




Atherton . 

Sylvania 

Waterman 

Rockville 

Rockville 


December 11, 1888 


William B Gillum 

Franklin H.Welton 

Lin H. Hadley 

John W.Sage 


January 19, 1889. 
January 21, 1889. 
June 18, 1889. 
July 16, 1889. 
July 22, 1889. 


(i. O.Shortridge 






September 2, 1889. 
Novembers, 1889 






Lincoln Wimmer 


Rockville 

Rockville 


Novembers, 1889'. . 
Novembers, 1889. 


Henry B. Hensley 

Clark E. McDaniels 


Kockville 

Marshall 

Bloomingdale 

Judson 


January 24, 1890. 
April 8, 1890. 
April 9, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
May 5, 1890 


Elkanah S. Vickrey 

William N. Ensey 








June 2, 1890. 


L. C. Ewbank 

Albert M. Adams 


Lusks Springs 


June 11, 1890. 
June 25, 1890. 


H. L. Connerley 

Hugh P.Hocket 

John R. Wasson 


Rosedale 

HoUandsburg - 


June 28, 1890. 
July 22 1890. 
August 16, 1890. 
Septembers. 1890. 
October 1. 1890. 


Joseph G. Vickory 


Bloominedale 




Coxvillt! 


October 13, 1890. 







PERRY COUNTY. 



H.V.Watson 

Daniel R. McKim. . . 
Edward Mullen. . . 
William T. Cbewning 

George T. Jenkins . . 

Sam K. Connor . . . . 

Smith McCallister . . 

Joseph P. Clemens . . 

August E. Peter . . . 

Daniel S. Dixon . . . 

John T. Wheatley . . 

James C. Foster. . . . 

John W. McGinty . . 

John W Davis . . . . 

John Mitcboll . . . . 

Thomas J. (iibson . . 

.James E. Bixler . . . 

Jacob Snyder 

.(ohn L. Baker . . . . 

James F. Johison . . 

Abraham Crist . . . . 



Cannelton. . . . 

Huifman 

Bristow 

Adyeville . . . . 

Sulphur 

Troy 

Bristow . . , . . 
(Cannelton . . . . 
Leopold ... 
Adyeville . . . . 

Ranger 

Foster's Ridge . 

Derby 

Derby 

Lilly Dale. . . . 
Branchville . . . 
Adyeville . . . . 
Cannelton . . . . 

Derby 

Doolittle's Mills 
Rome 



December 3, 1888. 
December 26, 1888. 
January 16. 1889. 
February 14, 1889. 
February 26. 1889. 
March 18, IS89. 
April 19, 1889. 
April 24, 1889. 
April 25, 1889. 
June 29, 1889. 
July 18, 1889. 
September 23, 1889. 
Novembers, 1889. 
November 9, 1889. 
March 13, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
May 1.1890. 
May 24. 1890. 
June 17, 1890. 
July 17, 1890. 
October 24, 1890. 



75 

IS'OTARIES PUBLIC— Coutiimed. 
PIKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 


Henry Field 


Petersbur».'h 

Petersburgh 

Otwell 

Petersburgh 

Petersburgh 

Petersburgh 

Otwell 

Petersburgh 


November 15, 1888. 


Arthur H.Taylor 


November 23, 1888. 


John A.Stephens . .^ 

B.B. Barker 

John W. Wilson 


November 23. 1888. 
January 11,1889. 
Januarv 24, 1889. 


Joseph C. Ridge 

John H. Armstrong 


March 16, 1889. 
March 18, 1889. 
March 25, 1889 




March 28, 1889 


John H.McConnell 


Winslow 


April 18. 1889. 


Edward P. Richardson 


Petersburgh 

Pikcville 

Oi^tsville 


May 7, 1889. 
June 3, 1889 




June 13, 1889 


Marcus L. Woolsey 


Arthur 


June 14, 1889. 






June 18, 1889 






June 29, 1889 




Petersburgh 

Petersburgh ... ..... 

iStewartsville 


July 5, 1889. 


Thomas H. Dillon 


August 26, 1889. 
Septembers, 1889. 
January 14, 1890 


Henry Demberger 


E.A.Bly . . 


Petersburgh 


April 22.1890. 
May 8, 1890 
May 10, 1890. 
July 12, 1890 


DeWittQ. Chappell 


Petersburgh 

Otwell 




Arthur . 


July 19, 1890 




LeMasterville 

Petersburgh- 

Oakland Citf 


July 25, 1890. 


Wm. J. Shrode 


August 6, 1890. 
August 8, 1890 




Edwin Smith 




August 19, 1890. ■ 


fteo. W. Cockrell .... 


Velpen 

Petersburgh 


September2, 1890. 
October 20, 1890. 


Geo. B. Ashby 



PORTER COUNTY. 



Edgar D. Crumpacker 
.John C. Coulten . . . 
D. Newton Stra up , . 
Charles H Marine . . 
Nathan H.Shepperd . 

D.E.Kelly 

Frank B. Parks . . . 

N. L. Agnew 

Finetie M. Pinney . . 
Stephen P. Corboy . . 
John W. Brummitt . . 
Nelson J. Bozarth . . 

John Skelton 

William (iibbs . . . . 

J. 0. Browder 

Lewis B. Osborn . . . 



Valparaiso 
Chesterton 
VaL araiso . 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso . 
Vaparaiso . 
Valparaiso 
Furnessville 
Valparaiso . 
Hebron ■ . 
Hebron . . , 
Valparaiso 
Chesterton 



November 22. 1888. 
January 7, 1889 
January 23, 1889. 
Man-h 2:^, 1889. 
March 29, 1889. 
May 17, 18^9. 
July 6, 1889. 
August 23, 1889. 
October 30, 1889. 
February 28, 1890. 
April 1, 1890. 
April 2, 1890. 
May 3, 1890. 
May 6, 1890. 
June 23, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



Charles M. Spencer . . 
Edward A. Pitts . . . 
Henry B.Beall . . . . 
Josephine Watkins . . 
John W. Spencer . . . 
Frank D. Bolton . . . 
Henry Hunsdon . . . 
AVm.H. Whitworth. . 
George Schenk . . . . 
G. V. Menzier . . . . 

D. 0. Barker 

S.N.Leavenworth . . 
Frederick P. Leonard 
Thomws Cummings . . 
John R. Raben . . . . 



Mt. Vernon . . 
Solitude . . . 
New Harmony 
Mt. Vernon . . 
Mt. Vernon . . 
New Harmony 
New Harmony 
Mt. Vernon . . 
St. Philips . . 
Mt. Vernon . . 
Mt. Vernon . . 
Mt Vernon . . 
Mt. Vernon . . 

Griffin 

St. Wedel . . . 



.January 15, 1889. 
February 13. 1889. 
March 12. 1889. 
May 17. 1889. 
May 10, 1889. 
June 8, 1889. 
.September 13, 1889. 
October 4, 1889. 
October 12, 1889. 
October 17, 1889. 
November 9, 1889. 
December 6, 1889. 
February 15. 1890. 
August 12, 1890. 
September 1, 1890. 



76 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

PULASKI COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Charles H Garrigus . . ' 


Francesville 


November 12, 1888. 
March 20, 1889. 






April 16, 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 


John C. Nve 




Edmund P Potter 


Oak 


October 1. 1889. 


Joseph M. Steis 

M. M. Hnthaway 

Wm. P.Williams 




October 15. 1889. 




December?, 1889 


Medaryville 


December 12, 1889. 




February 27, 1890. 
April 28. 1890. 






S- A. Maroh 


Pulaski 

Francesville 

Medaryville 

Monterey 

Francesville 

Winamac 


May 8. 1890. 
Junes, 1890. 


William H. H. Tilton 


June 3, 1890 
Aupust20, 1890. 




September 10, 1890. 
October 6, 1890. 


R. A.Nye 







PUTNAM COUNTY. 



John F. Mail . . . . 
John R. Miller . . . 
Thomas I. Moore . . 
Marshall A. Moore . 
G-ranville C. Moore . 
Thomas J. Williams 
John 0. Akers . . . . 
Will H. Long . . . 
Daniel T. Summers . 
AVm. 8. Scott . . 
Jesse W. Weik . . 
WinfieldS.Cos . . . 
John A. Crose . . . . 
Jesse Richardson . . 
John Burnside 
McClellan Burnside 
Henry B. Martin 
Benjamin F. Oorwin 
Henry C. Lewis . . . 
AbnerF. Field . . 
James S. Nutt . . . . 
Helen R. Hathaway. 
Henry H. Matbias . 

Hiram Cox 

Robert Glover . . . 
William H. Walden 
Nathan W. Ader • ■ 
Charles F. Hope . . 
Benj. F. Alien . . . 
Jos. M. Etter , . . . 



txreencastle . 
Greeneastle 
Greeneastle . 
Greeneastle . 
Greeneastle . 
Barnard . . . 
Gloverdale . . 
Russellville . 
Groveland . 
(Treeni a.stle . 
Greeneastle . 
Greeneastle . 
(ireencastle . 
Greeneastle . 
Russellville 
Russellville , 
<Treen castle . 
Greeneastle . 
Greeneastle . 
Wheaton . . . 
Greeneastle . 
Greeneastle . 
Greeneastle . 
Belie Union . 
Fincastle 
Putnamville 
Bainbridge . 
Coatesville . 

Manhattan . 



November 20, 1888. 
January 4, 1889. 
January 10, 1889. 
January 21. 1889. 
Januaiy 21, 1889. 
Januarv31,1889. 
February 23, 1889. 
April 5, 1889. 
April 17, 1889. 
May 16, 1889. 
June 7, 1889. 
July 13, 1889. 
July 20, 1889. 
August 10, 1889. 
October 31, 1889. 
November 30. 1889.. 
December 7. 1889. 
I'ecember30, 1889. 
December 30, 1880. 
February 20, 1890. 
February 20. 1890. 
March 17, 1890. 
April 9. 1890. 
April 29. 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 
May 6, 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 
June 7, 189u. 
August 13, 1890. 
September 11, 1890. 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. 



Jas. H.Sell 
Luther W. Norton 
William R. Ti,=or 
lienjamin F. B;dtz 
Silas A.Canada. . 
John W. Newton . 
John A. Moorman 
Seymour R. Allen. 
.John E. Heikes . . 
L. H.Karns 



Alexander Vorhis. . . 
<Mement F. Alexander 
Fremont (ilarrett . . . 



Castle 



Winchester . 
Rural . . . . 
Winchester . 
Winchester . 
Winchester . 
Farmland . . 
Ridgevill'i. . 
Windsor. . . 
Parker . . . . 
Randolph . . 
Spartanburg . 
Winchester . 



November 14, 1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
January 10, 1889. 
January 23, 1889. 
January 29. 1889. 
February 11,1889. 
March 1, 1889. 
April 10.1889. 
May 7, 1889. 
May 13, 1889. 
May 23, 1889. 
June 8, 1889. 
June 24, 1889. 



77 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Coptmye,d. 

EANDOLPH COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commission. 



John W. Maey 

Levi James 

Benjamin C. Marsh . . 
John R. Wright . . 
Bphraim Hiatt . . . . 
William S. Diggs . 
Richard M. Hunt . . . 
Isaiah P. VVatts .... 
Edwin S. Jaqua .... 
Thomas Addington. . 
Cyrus Bonsinan . . 

Rosa Bowen 

Frank T. Parker . . . 
Webster Lambert . . . 
William J. iMcFalls. . 
Harvey A. Harrison . 
John A Shockney . . 

Asa F. Wright 

Leander A. Canada. . 
Nelson W. Ferguson . 
Charles L. Ervin . . . 
Ca.Jvin W. Diggs ■ - . 
Nelson T. Chenoweth. 

Jno. K. Owen 

Henry W.Horn ... 
James H. Jeffrey . . . 
Mary A. Sherman. . . 
Reverdy Puckett . . . 
Jesse &. Hubbard . . . 

Geo. H.Ward 

Charles F. Engle . . . 

Wesley Clark 

Thomas M. Pierce. . . 
Amandus B. Schuyler 
Jas. H.Williamson . . 

Viola, Connor 

Miles M.Holaday. . . 
Melmoth E. Lindsey , 



Winchester . , 
Ririgeville. . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Williamsport . 
Winchester . . 
Trenton . . . . 
Winchester . 
Winchester . . 
Ridgeville . . . 
Saratoga. . . . 
Lynn ... 
Union City. . . 
Union City. . . 
Carlos City . . 
Union City . . 
Union City . . 
Bloomingport . 
Winchester . . 
Ridgeville. . . 
Union City . , 
Winchester . . 
Windsor . . , . 
Harrisville. . . 

Arba 

Farmland . . . 
Sherman. . . . 
AVinehester . . 

Lvnn 

Winchester . . 



Spartanburg. 
Winchester . 
Union City - 
Ridgeville . . 
Winchester . 
Losantville . 
Neff 



July 6, 1889. 
July 10, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 
October 5, 1889. 
October 8, 1889. 
January 7, 1890. 
January 20, 1890. 
January 20, 1890. 
January 25 1890. 
January oO, 1890. 
February 4, 1890. 
March 3, 1890. ■ 
March 3. 1890. 
March 19, 1890. 
March 19,1890. 
March 24, 1890. 
March 24, 1890. 
March 24,1890. 
March 26. 1890. 
April 4, 1890. 
April 7, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
May 24, 1690. 
July 2, 1890. 
July 14, 1890. 
July 15, 1890. 
July 25, 1890. 
July 26, 1890. 
July 29, 1890. 
August 2, 1890. 
August 11, 1890. 
September 19, 1890. 
September 26, 1890. 
October 9, 1890. 
October 31, 1890. 



EIPLEY COUNTY. 



Charles B. Johnson . 
Jacob L. Benham . . 
Nicholas Cornet . . 
Wells Johnson . . . 
Hensley D. Kirk 
AVilliam G. Holland 
Collins Wildman . . 
Charles E.Weisehan 
James B. Loyd . . . 
John W. hoberts . . 
AVilliam Fleming. . 
Jeremiah S. Hull . . 
V. W.Bigney .... 
Samuel M. .lones . . 
Thomas B. Cain . . 
Frank E. Otto . . . 
Newton Dickerson . 
Herman Oelrich . . 
Nicholas Morback . 
Charles W. Hatch . 
Benjamin Schuck . . 
Benjamin F. Ferris . 
Frank S. Jones . 

John Binder 

Robert A. Creigmile 
John Hughes .... 
Adam Sioekinger . . 
Daniel M. Redlon . 
John P. Jarvis . . . 



Napoleon . . . 
Versailles . . . 
yersailles . . . 
Osgood .... 
Haney's Corner 
Osgood .... 
Marble Corner. 

Spades 

Versailles . . 
Delaware . . .' 
Batesville . . . 
Lockspring . . 
Sun man .... 
Versailles . . . , 
Milan . . . . , 
Freindship . . 
Versailles . . . , 
Morris ...... 

Osgood 

Milan 

Sunman .... 
Sunman . . . . . 
Versailles ... 
Batesville . . . 
Versailles . . . . 
New Marion . , 
Versailles . . . , 
Pierceville . . , 
Cross Plains . . 



November 22, 1888 
November 22, 1888 
November 22, 1888 
Novembor24, 1888 
December 15, 1888 
February 14, 1889. 
April 1,1889. 
April 18, 1889. 
May 1, 1889. 
May 10, 1889. 
May 11, 1889. 
May 25, 1889. 
June 15, 1889. 
June 31, 1889. 
October 4. 1889. 
January 18, 1890. 
Febru.ary 20, 1890. 
March 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 30,1890. 
May 2, 1890. 
M ay 9, 1890. 
May 28, 1890. 
May 29, 1890. 
September 4. 1890. 
October 4, 1890. 
October 6, 1890. 
October 29, 1890. 
October 31, 1890. 



78 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

KUSH COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Berjamin F. Miller 


Rushville 

Rushville 


Novembers, 188S. 


Thomas J. Newkirk 


December*. 188S. 
January 4. 1889. 
Januarv 10, 1889 




Rushville 


John F. Joyce 


Bexton 

Glenwood 

Rushville 

Rushville 


January 24, 1889. 
March 8, 18S9. 


Howard E. Barrett 

John D. Mesee 

Andrew P. English . 

Thomas M Ochiltree 


March 13, 1889. 
AprM 12, 1889. 
April 16. 1889. 
May 31, 1889. 




James H Hill . 




August 22, 1889. 
Septembers, 1889. 
November 2. 1889. 


N.D.Cole . . . . ; 

Owen S. Hill 


Rushville . . 




Frank J. Hall 

C H Gilbert . ■ ... 


Rushville 

Rushville 

Manilla 


January 17, 1890. 
January 20, 1890. 
January 21, 1890. 
April 2, 1890. 
April 7. 1890. 
April 28. 1890. 
August 12, 1890. 
September 24, 1890. 


Frank A Mull . 












George R. Kelly 











SCOTT COUNTY. 



Joseph H. Shea .... 
Andrew Clark. ... 
John H. J. Sierp . . . 
Charlie A. Mauker 
Abrahain H. Campbell 
Samuel C. Wolff . . . 
Ben.H. Hallowell ■ . 
David W. Morgan . . 
■John W. Montgomery 
Wm. H. Pennington . 
Sion M. Rogers .... 



Scottsburg. 
Seott.-burg. 
Scottsburg. 
Scottsburg. 
Lexington. 
Leota . . . 
Deputy . . 
.Austin . 
Austin. . . 
Scottsburg. 
Austin . 



January 7, 1889. 
January 10. 1889. 
February 27. 1889. 
March 26. 1889. 
April 16. 1889. 
August 13, 18B9. 
September 4, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
September 25, 1889. 
October 16, 1889. 
June 23, 1890. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Kendall M. Hord . . . 
Benjamin P. Washburn 
James W. Haymond . • 
William M. Pierson. . . 
George P. Jordan . . . . 

Geo.M. Wrishc 

John R. Keeling . . . . 
Joshua F. Sourlin . . . 
Thomas tl. Campbell . . 
Charles T. Sprague . . . 
Robert W. Harrison. . . 
Joseph W. Billman. . . 

G. W. F. Kirk 

William G. Dunn . . . 

John Perry 

Oliver J. Glossner. . . . 

T. B. Carpy 

Peter G Kemp 

Erastus W. McDaniel. , 
Corydon W. Morrison. 

Isaac Carter 

Alonzo Bbiir . . . , 

Henry A. Hageman . . 
Thadileus D. Lewis . . 

P. S. Bower 

Daniel T. Culbertson . 

Jas.Inlow. 

Sanford A. Mullen . . 
Marcus S. Means ... 
Jas.B. McFadden . . 



Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville . 
Waldron. 
Fountaintown 
Moral .... 

Shelbyville . 
Sulphur Hill 
Lewis Creek . 

Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville . 

Fairland. . . 

Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville . 

Fairland. . . 

Shelbyvi»e . 

Blue Ridge . 

Morristown . 

Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville . 

Marietta. . . 
Waldron. 

Morristown . 

Fairland. . . 

Blue Ridge . 

Blue Ridge . 

Fairland . . 

Shelbyville • 



November 26, 1888. 
November 26, 1888. 
February 9. 1889. 
February 19, 1889. 
February 22. 1889. 
March 7, 1889. 
Junes. 1889. 
June 17, 1889. 
July 6, 188y. 
September 18, 1889. 
October 14, I8S9. 
October 24, 18.S9. 
November 19, 1889. 
December 6. 1889. 
December 18, 1889. 
December 26, 1889. 
March 24, 1890. 
March 25, 1890. 
March 25, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 29. 1890. 
May 10, 1890. 
May 28, 1890. 
July 1. 1890. 
July 18, 1890. 
August 27, 1890. 
August 27, 1890. 
October 17, 1890. 
October 27, 1890. 



79 

NOTAKIES PUBLIC— Continwefci 

SPENCER COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Eureka 


January 18, 1889. 


Simon Eget 

W.J. Wade 


Troy 

Lake 


February 14, 1889. 
March 25, 1889. 


Ellis DeBruler 


Rockport 

Dale 

Grand View 


April 12, 1889. 


Franklin McDaniel 


April 26, 1889. 
May 1,1889. 


S M Thorn ... 


May 4,1889. 




Dale 

Grand View 

Kercheval 

Grand View ... 

Dale. . 


May 13, 1889. 


J.H.Nelson 


May 2). 1889. 


Ernest Eebert. 


June 17, 1889. 


F. D. McKa.sson 


July 10, 1889. 




July lU, 1889. 


John Biedenkopf 


Augusts, 1889. 


Huff 


December 2, 1889. 




Gentryville 


December 13, 188&. 




March 19. 1890. 


George W. McVey 


Midway . 


April 5. 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 




Dale 

Dale 


April 22, 1890. 




April 25,1890. 


Wm. L.May 




July 21, 1880. 






August 12, 1890. 




Rockport 


September 18, 1890. 







STARKE COUNTY. 



Henry Lightoap. . 
Jacob A. Cannon . 
Albert Mack . . 
Charles C. Kelley , 
Simon Bybee . . . 

Jno. Finn 

Thos. J. Thomas . 
Henry R. Bobbins 



North Judson 
Knox . . . 
North Judson 



North Judson 
San Pierre. . 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 



December 8, 1888 
July 27, 1889. 
August 26, 1889. 
October 23, 1889. 
August 6. 1890. 
August 12. 1890. 
October 10, 1890. 
October 16, 1890. 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



Wm. A. Dailey . . . 
Joseph G. Orr .... 

0. W. Wiley 

Lura Schock .... 
Lura Schock . . 
Wm. M. Whitten . . 
Louis A. Hull. . . . 

R. Edward 

James A. Judie , . . 
John W. Harbon . . 
Robert P. Kizer. . . 
Alpheus 0. VanLiew 
Fannie Fisher. . . 
Jonathan P. Creed . 
Peter D. Connolly . 
Paul Krueper .... 

A.F Youn>i 

Adelph S. Ging . . . 
John F. Kir by . . . 
Ella A. Jackson . .. 
F. J.Lewis Meyer - 
Edward H. Harris . 
Wellington Rush . . 
John E. Fisher . . . 
E. Volney Bingham 



Walkerton. . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend , 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Notre Dame . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Lakeville . . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Walkerton. . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
New Carlisle 
Lakeville . . 
South Bend . 
Mishawaka . 



November 12, 1888. 
December 17, 1888. 
December 27, 1888. 
December 29, 1888. 
January 21, J 889. 
January 24, 1889. 
January 26, 1889. 
January 29, 1889. 
February 8, 1889. 
February 18. 1889. 
March 28, 1889. 
April 11, 1889. 
May 7. 1889, 
June 15, 1889. 
July 31, 1889. 
August 21, 1889. 
August 31, 1889. 
September iiO, 1889'. 
October 4, 1889. 
November 8. 1889.. 
January 3, 1890. 
January 17, 1890.. 
January 29, 1890. 
February 15, 1890.. 
March 5, 1890. 



80 
N'OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Francis M. Jackson 
■Jennie Audevsoh 
Othello F. Andrews 
H, A. Wondworth. 
Lou Hananer . . . 
Julia E. Work 
Leo F. Tomaszeski . 
Jacob D. Henderson 
Samuel J. Nicoles 
Wm. A. Deacon. . 
Cornelius Hunt . . 
Alex Wilheim 
Wm. A. .Varsh . . 
Abraham L. Brick 



South Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Walkerton. 
South Bend . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
WaKester . . 
New Carlisle 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend . 



March 20, 1890. 
April 7, 1890. 
May 8, 1890. 
May 14. 1890. 
June 17, 1890. 
June 24, 1890. 
June 27, 1890. 
July 10, 1890. 
August 12, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 
Septembers, 1890. 
September 22, 1890. 
October 14, 1»90. 
October 14, 1890. 



STEUBEN (BOUNTY. 



Laura Roby .... 
Frank M. Powers . . 
Jay C. Bisbee .... 
Elias 0. Rose .... 

John Paul 

Edgar Field . ... 
Jesse H. Carpenter . 
Lizzie McConnell . . 
Royal E. Carpenter . 
(reorge R. Farnum . 
William W. Snyder . 
Eugene Davis. . . 
Newt G. Ball . . . . 
William T. Tlark . . 
Harman L. Hutson . 
William M. Oiirr . . 
Charles H. Western . 
Charles A. Yotter . . 
Byron Work .... 
Lewis I. C Ynung . 
Freeman W. Kinney 
Chas. G. Phillips . . 
Lawrence Gates. . . 
Jas. W.Ba.ssett . . . 
Harvey K. Scott. . - 



Angola. . 
Angola. . 
Angola. 
Angola. . 
Kay . . 
Angola. 
Angola. . 
Angola. . 
Angola. . 
Hamilton 
Fremont. 
Angola. . 
Fremont . 
Fremont . 
Angola. . 
Angola. . 
Hudson . 
Angola. . 
Angola. . 
Ray . . 
Angola. . 
Angola. . 
Angola. 
Fremont . 
Angola. . 



November 2,1888. 
November 12, 1888. 
December 10, 1888. 
December 11, 1888. 
January 9, 1889. 
January 15, 1889 
February 8, 1889. 
March 29, 1889. 
April 2, 1889. 
April 30, 1889. 
August 6, 1889. 
October 7, 1889. 
November 14, 1889. 
December 31, 1889. 
January 25, 1890. 
February 17. 1890. 
March 31, 1890. 
April 2, 1890. 
May 13, 1890. 
May 14, 1890. 
July 16, 1890. 
July 30, 1890. 
August 11. 1890. 
August 19, 1890. 
September 26, 1890. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



George W. BuEF . . . 
Charles R. Robbins . 
John Tipton . . . 
.John C. Chaney . . . 
John T. Hays .... 
Wm. J. Curtner . . . 
James E. Spca,ke 
Samuel 11. Coulsoa 
Wm.T. Crawford . . 
Charles P. Walker . 
Cynthia Shum.ard . . 
Wm. H. McGrew . . 
.Jackson Hinkle . . . 
Wesley H. Hughes . 
Stella Thornas . . . 
Milton A. H^ddon . 
Lizzie Wakefield . . 
William C. Barrett . 
William A. Brunker 



Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Carlisle . 

Carlisle . 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Carlisle . 

Ca 



Farmersburg 
Sullivan . 
Sullivan . . . 
Sullivan . . . 
Sullivan . . . 
l^uUivan . 
Farmersburg 



December 28, 1888. 
January 8, 1889; 
January 21, 1889. 
January 25, 1889. 
January 29, 1889. 
February 1, 1889. 
F bruary5, 1889. 
March 28, 1889. 
April 2, 1889. 
April 6, 1889. 
May 2, 1889. ' 
June 14, 1889. 
June 20. 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 
Julys, 18S9. 
July 12, 1889. 
October 14, 1889. 
October 23, 1889. 
March 13, 1890. 



81 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY— Cnntinued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






March 17, 1890. 


Fannie Arnold ... 
Orion B. Harris .... 
Paulina E. Anderson . 
William H.Thixton . 
Edward G. Carethers . 
Alida F. Garrison . . . 
Wm T Douthitt 












• 


Carlisle 


March 19, 1890. 


Sullivan ._ 

Pleasantville 

Fairbanks 

Graysville 

Dugger 


March 26, 1890. 
May 21, 1890. 
June 2, 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
July 9. 1890. 
August 6, 1890. 


Isaac H. Kalley .... 
Elijah H. Dilley . . . 




August 12, 1890. 
August 18, 1890. 






September 1, 1890. 



















SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



Addison Works . . . 
Andrew J . Works . 
James A. Van Usdol 
Richnrd C. Moore . . 
John Orem . . 
.James W. Christie . 
William D.Ward . . 
Jason G. Gurley 
William McMillan . 
James T. Bodkin . . 
John T. Hudson . . 
Eugene W. Heath . . 



Vevay 

Vevay 

Vevay 

Patriot 

Vevay 

Jay 

Vevay 

Patriot . . 
Sugar Branch . . 

Patriot 

Patriot 

East iinterprise 



March 15, 1889. 
March 15, 1889. 
March 18, 1889. 
April 5, 1889. 
Junes, 1889. 
June 2.i, 1889. 
.June 25, 1889. 
October 12, 1889. 
November 12, 1889. 
February 28, 1890. 
March 22, 1890. 
April 7, 1890. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



David Bryan . . . . 
Walter Ramsey . . . . 
Samuel Mustard . . . 
Ralph D. Moore. . . . 
An^on B. McAdams . 

Alva I. Riser 

Samuel P. Stall ard . 
Erasmus M. Weaver . 
Joseph Ea^-ock . . . . 
Frederick O. Evans . 
Joseph W. Wilstach . 
Wm. A. McBith. . . . 
AVm. V.Stuart . . . . 
John B. God man . . . 
George VV . Ball . . . . 
Harry Herman . . . . 
Daniel E. Sforms . . . 
J. Herman Wiebers. . 
William W. Clark . . 
Mortimer Jjevering. . 
Henry H.Vinton . . . 
•'aul Wilstaoh . . . 
Nanne E. Brown . . 
Wm.H. Willoughby . 
Wm. J. Roseberry . . 
George B. Hawthorne 
Edgar C. Davis . . . 
Wm. H. Bryan . . . . 
John Connolly . . . . 
Edward Durgan . . 
Frederick II. Meeker, 

Wm. R.Wood 

Anna Cumberson . . . 
Van S. Burton . . . . 



Lafayette . . . . 
Latayette . . . . 
Glen Hall .... 
Lafayette .... 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette .... 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lalayette . . . . 
New Richmond . 
Latayette . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Kempton . . . . 
Latayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . 
Lalayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Shawnee Mound. 

Odell 

Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Glen Hall . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Lafayette . . . . 
Dayton 



November 12, 1888, 
November 12, 1888 
November 14, 1888 
November 15, 1888 
November 24, 1888, 
December 27, 1888 
January 2, 1889. 
January 21, 1889. 
March 4,1889. 
March 7. 1889. 
March 7, 1889. 
March 20, 1889. 
March 20, 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
June 24, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
June 25, 1889. 
July 3, 1889. 
November 2. 1889. 
January 2, 1890. 
February 24, 1890. 
March 20, 1890. 
April 4. 1890. 
April 19,1890. 
May 15, 1890. 
June 11, 1890. 
July 14,1890. 
July 22, 1890. 
August 18. 1890. 
September 6,1890. 
September 9, 1890. 
September 12,1890 
September 13, 1890 



6— Sec. 



82 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



TIPTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



William E. Oglebay . 
Benj.F. Hinds . . . . 
Herbert W. Patterson. 
Jesse R. Coleman. . . 

Wm. Jones 

R. B. Beauchamp . . . 

R. W. Wrisht 

James B. Summers . . 
Andrew D. Riife. 
Stanley J. Cooper. . . 
Solomon 1). Rouls . . 
Wm. M. Watkins . . . 
Albert Pritchard . . . 
James I. Parker . . . 

Louis Mehlig 

Frank M. Hancock . . 
James TJ . Waugh . . . 
John W. Galbreath . . 
Daniel E. Gilbert. . . 

Lewis Land 

James W . Mettlen . . 
William Shope . . . . 
John Q. Seright. . . . 
John W. Robinson . . 

Levi Young 

Wm. H.Eaton . . . . 
Noah L Bri-tow . . . 
Carl H. Gifford . . . . 
Josiah A. Teter . . . . 
George M. Bates . . . 
Solomon D. Rouls . . 
Samuel A. Culver. . . 
Benj. F. Hinds . . . 
Geo. W. Coleman . . . 
Wm.W. Baxter. . . . 
E.T. Teter 



Tipton 

New Lancaster 
Tipton . . . . 
'I'ipton . . . . 
Wind all . . . 
Tipton . . . . 
Tipton . . . . 
Tipton . . . 
Windfall. . . 
Tipton . . . . 
Tipton . . . . 
Windfall. . . . 
Normanda. . . 
Tipton .. . - . 
Sharpsville . . 
Tipton . . . . 
Tipton . . . . 
Tipton .... 
Tipton .... 
Curtisville. . . 
TiptoQ . . . . 
Kempton . . . 
Tipton .... 
Tipton . . . . 
Tipton .... 
Kempton . . . 
Kempton . . . 
Tipton .... 
Goldsmith 
Tipton .... 
Tipton . . . . 
Tipton . . . 
New Lancaster 
Normanda. '. . 
Sharpsville . . 
Tipton .... 



December 10, 1888. 
December 12, 1888. 
December 12, 1888. 
December 15. 1888. 
January 24, 1889. 
January 24, 1889. 
February 5. 1889. 
February 15, 1889. 
February 23, 1889. 
May 1. 1889. 
May 17, 1889. 
July 5. 1889. 
July 31, 1889. 
August 15, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
September 28, 1889. 
September 30, 1889. 
October 7, 1889. 
November 16, 1889. 
November 20, 1889. 
November 26, 1889. 
November 29, 1889. 
December 28, 1889. 
January 10. 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 
May 5, 1890 
July 2, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 
July 8. 1890. 
July 31, 1890. 
August 1.1890. 
August 19, 1890. 
September 15, 1890. 
September 17, 1890. 



UNION COUNTY. 



Jos. W. Connaway 
Robert Moore . . . 
Finley Egbert. . . 
.Joseph H. Gilmore 
L. H. Stiinford . . 
Wellington Dawson 
John A. Kautner . 
Thos. D. Evans . . 
Cass Connaway . . 
Jno. B. Maey . . . 



Liberty . . . , 
College Corner 
Cottage Grove. 
College Corner 
Liberty . . . . 
Li'berty . . 

Brownsville . . 
Liberty . . . . 
Liberty . . . 
Liberty . . . . 



December 19, 1888, 
Aprils, 1889. 
April 13, 1889. 
April 13, 1889. 
November 6. 1889. 
March 17, 1890. 
June 5, 1890. 
July 10, 1890. 
July 12, 1890. 
July 23, 1890. 



83 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datk of Commission. 


August Brauns 

Christopher Bentham 

Robert A. Hill 


Evansvi] 
Evansvil 
Evansvi] 
Kvansvil 
Evansvi) 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evan^vi] 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Eviinsvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvi] 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvi] 
Evansvi] 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evnnsvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvi] 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvi] 
Evansvil 


]e 


November 12,1888. 


le 


December 13. 1888 


]e 


December 15, 1888. 


George A. Cunningham 


le 


January 16, 1889. 
January 30, 1889. 
February 4, 1889. 
February 4, 1889. 
February 14, 1889. 
February 23. 1889. 


le 




le 


Saunders R. Hornbrook 


le 

le 




le 


Oscar E. Woods 


le 

le 


February 2fi. 1889. 




February 26, 1889. 




le 


February 27, 1889. 




le 


March 2,1889 


AVilliam Fri^d'k Smith . . 


le 


March 12, 1889. 




le 


March 22, 1889. 




le 


March 23. 1889. 


Cioero Buchanan 

John L. Craig. 


le 

le 


March 29, 1889. 
Apr 116, 1889. 


le 


May 7, 1889. 




le 


May 16, 1889. 




le 


M^iy 16, 1889. 




le 


June 1. 1889. 


William E Cole. 


le 


June 1.5, 1889. 


Fred Frank 


le 


June 15, 1889. 




le 


August 19, 1889. 




]e 


September 26. 1889. 


John H. Foster 


le 


October 12, 1889. 




le 


October 19, 1889. 


Anthony C. Hawkins 


le 

le 


Decembers. 1889. 
December 19, 1889. 




le 


December 31. 1889. 




le 


January 23, 1890. 


H. P. Cornif-k. 


le 

le 


January 25, 1890. 


H. Netter Worthington 

August Brauns, Jr 

J. E. Willi;imsnn 


January 31, 1890. 


le. 

le 


February 4. 1890. 
February 20, 1890. 




le 


March 3, 1890. 


L. S. Furinan 


le 


March 6,1890. 




le 


March 7, 1890. 


Charles L. Roberts 


le 

le 


March 19, 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 




le 


April 30. 1890. 




le 


May 6. 1890. 




le 


May 31, 1890. 




le 


June 18. 1890. 




Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 
Evansvil 


le 


August 7, 1890. 
August 29, 1890. 




le 

le 

le 


Lyman S. Ford 


SeptfmberS, 1890. 




October 11, 1890. 




le 


October 13, 1«90. 


Mary T.Wilson 

Kdith L. May 


le 

le 


October 13, 1890. 
October 25,1890. 




le 


October 27, 1890. 









VERMILLION COUNTY. 



Thomas H. Chanpelear . 
Wi Ham D. McFall . . . 

Ora D. Davis 

John L. Smith 

D. C- Johnson 

Lewis H. Johnson. . . . 
Alvin B. Casebeer. . . . 

Oscar B. Gibson 

Benjamin R. Whitcomb 
Monroe G Hosford . . . 

E.H. Dunlap 

Bird H. Davis 



St. Bernice 
St. Berniee 
Newport. . 
Dana . . . 
Clinton . . 
Gessie . . . 
Hillsdale . 
Newport. . 
Clinton . . 
Cayuga . . 
Newport . . 
Newport. . 



January 31. 1889. 
June 19. 1889. 
July 5, 1889. 
Juiy23, 18S9. 
October 4, 1889. 
October 15, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
April IS, 1890. 
April 18 1890. 
May 28, 1890. 
October 8, 1890. 
October 25, 1890. 



84 

:N^0TARIES PrBLIC— Continned. 
VIGO COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Allen H. Donham 
Joseph M. Fulk . • 
.John Foulkes .... 
Fannie W. Hammill 
Geo. M. Davis . . . 
Jo ai A. Winters . . 
Joseph L. Foltz. . . 
Bobert B. Stimson . 
Aadrew F. Winn 



Terre Haute 
Libertyville . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Tecumseh . . 
Libertyville . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 

Harry M. Havens ! Terre Haute 

Ahi S. Lauderuiilk Terre Haute 

James M. Allen, Jr Terre Haute 

J. Wesley Quick Terre Hnute 

Charles A. Uordon 'I'erre Haute 

Kdwin M. Goodwin Terre Haute 

Ennis Shirley 'I'erre Haute 

Emory (iibbs Terre Haute 

David W.Henry Terre Haute 

John E. Cox Terre Haute 

Clara liadgley Terre Haute 

Charles C. Meneely ' Fontanet . . 

.John C. Richart i Terre Haute 

Elijah P. French I Pimento . . 

Willis D. Miller ' Terre Haute 

Benj. F. Havens I Terre Haute 



Frederick Lee 
Charles A. Power . . . 
Marshall G. Lee . . . 

John 0. Piety 

Samuel A. Michaels . 
William E.Noel . . . 
Mark R. Sherman . . 
Henry Boyll 
Anna H. Ousrineau . 
Wm. A. McFarlaiia . 
William Whitaker . . 
John W. Gerdink . . . 

Harry J. Baker 

Hugh D. Koquet . . . 
Henry Z. I'ouham . . 
.John F. Began .... 
William W. Rumsey . , 

John P. Harrah 

Alfred T. .'Stevens . . , 

M.C.Hamill 

Quincy A Hunt ... 
Clement L. V. Bennett 
Obediah V. Fuqua . . , 
James H. Turner . . . . 
Green B. Owen . . . . 
Francis D. Crews . . , 
Mary C. Edmunds . . . 
William H. Kruzan . . 
B. V.Marshall . . 

David S. Daiialdson . . 
William A. Hamilton 
J. Irvine Riddle . . . . 
Robert H. Catlin . . . . 
Frank McKinney . . . , 

AlgetBruns 

Samuel Roy.ie . . . . . 
August Stukenberg . . , 
Bezaleel Holmes . . . 
William M. Slaughter . 
Samuel M. Huston . . . 
George W. Faris . . . . 
John W. Faulkner . . . 
Howe Allen Condit . . , 
Elmer F. Williams . . . 
Donn M. Roberts . . . . 
Fred. A. Ross 



Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
St. Mary's . . 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Youngstowti 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
'I'erre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Prairie Creek 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
New Goshen 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Hauto 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Lewis ... 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 



November 16, 1888. 
November 17, 1888. 
November 23, 1888. 
December 7. 1888. 
December 22, 1888. 
January 4, 1889. 
January 16, 1889. 
January 19, 1889. 
January 29. 1889. 
February 2, 1889. 
February 7. 1889. 
February 8. 1889. 
February 28, 1889. 
March 16, 1889. 
March 22, 1889. 
March 23, 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 
April 3, 1889. 
April 6,1889. 
April 8, 1889. 
April 16, 1889. 
May 4, 1889. 
May 7, 1889. 
May 11, 1889. 
May 18, 18s9. 
May 28, 18 9. 
May 29, 1889. 
May 29, 1889. 
June 4. 1889. 
June 10, 1889. 
June 17, 1889. 
July 8, 1889 
July 8. 1889. 
July 18,1889. 
July 22, 1889. 
August 1.^, 1889. 
August 19. 1889. 
AuKUSt 20, 1889. 
September 7. 1889. 
September 11, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
October 14, 1889. 
October 30, 1889. 
November?. 1889. 
November 27, 1889. 
November 30, 1889. 
December!, 1889. 
January 14, 1890. 
January 16, 1890. 
February 11.1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
March 3, 1890. 
March 20, 1890. 
March 24, 1890. 
April 10, 1890. 
April 11,1890. 
May 12, 1890. 
May 13, 1890. 
May 13, 1890. 
May20, 189ii. 
May 22, 1890. 
May 23, 1890. 
June 17. 1890. 
July 5. 1890. 
July 10.1890. 
July 10, 1890. 
July 23, 1890. 
August 8, 1890. 



85 



NOTARIES BUBLIC— Continued. 



VIGO COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






August 18, 1890. 




Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
I'erre Haute 
Lewis .... 
Terre Haute 
Terre fiaute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 














August 21, 1890. 




August 22, 1890. 


James W. Haley 

Wm. K. Mcilroy 


September 10, 1890. 
September 15, 1890. 




September 25, 1890 


Jesse Harrold 

Tbos. C.Williamson 

AVilson H. Doale 

Wm. P. Peyton 


September 27, 1890. 
October 16, 1890. 
October 20, 1890. 
October 21, 1890. 




October 22, 1890. 


M Etta Bostor 


October 29, 1890. 





















WABASH COUNTY. 



Charles E. Newhouse . 

Charles Plinn 

Wm. H.Bent 

Levris T. Murphy . . . 

Aaron Simon 

Clark W. Weesner. . . 

W. H Warvel 

John H. Dioken. . . . 
Maurice S. Howe . . . 
John B. Shipley. . . . 
Lewis Keagie .... 
Jerome F. Wellman 
Alvah Taylor .... 
William J. Conner , . 
Alexander Hess . . . 
Anthony W. Hoffman. 
Daniel W. Krisher . . 
Benjamin F. Lines . . 
George T. Herrick . . 
James D. Conner, Jr . 
Francis M. Eagle . . . 
Joseph B. Harter . . . 
John W. Curtner . . . 
Jesse Parmenter . . . 
Ambrose B. Everhard 
•Edward Smith .... 

UeorgeTodd 

John H. Dicken. . . . 

Frank M. ttilt 

James W. Stewart. . 
Lincoln Guynn .... 
B. E. Williams . . . 
Louis L. Clemans . . . 
Joseph J. Kelch. . . . 

James P. Ross 

Charles A. Sala . . . 
David C. Oassatt . . . 
Harry C. Petti t . . . . 
Frank 0. Switzer . . . 
Jas. W. Egnew .... 
Lewis G. Lautzenhiser 

Geo. Todd 

Jno. P. Watkins . . . 
Ed. E. Eikenbary. . . 



Wabash . . . . , 

Wabash 

Wabash , 

Wabash , 

Wabash 

Wabash 

North Manchester 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Disko 

Laketon 

Urbana 

Wabash 

Roann 

Wabash 

Roann 

N(irth Manchester, 
Lafontaine . . . 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Wabash, 

Wabash 

Wabash ...... 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Lagro 

Lagro 

Wabash .... 
North Manchester. 

Wabash 

Wabash 

Wab»sh ...... 

North Manchester. 
Lincolnville . . . . 

Wabash 

North Manchester, 

Wabash 

Wabash ...... 

North Manchester. 

Lagro 

North Manchester. 

Lagro 

North Manchester. 
Wabash 



November 15, 1888. 
January 21, 18H9. 
FebruHry22, 1889. 
February 26, 1889. 
March 2, 1889. 
March 2, 1889. 
March 4, 1889. 
March 11, 1889. 
March 12, 1889. 
March 13, 1889. 
April 1, 1889. 
April 3. 1889. 
April 12, 1889. 
April 15, 1889. 
May 22, 1889. 
June 14, 1889. 
July 11, 1889. 
Augu.'.t 12, 1889. 
August 21, 1889. 
August 26, 1889. 
September 2, 1889. 
September 2, 1889. 
September 2, 1,889. 
October 12, 1889. 
OetobGr22, 1889. 
October 26, 1889. 
November 6, 1889. 
December 2, 1889. 
December 13. J889. 
January 14, 1890. 
January 24, 1890. 
March 12, 1890. 
March 20, 1890. 
March 21, 1890. 
March 27, 1890. 
May 1, 1890. 
May 5, 1890. 
May 17, 1890. 
June 11, 1890. 
June 30. 1890. 
August 13, 1890. 
August 27, 1890. 
Septembers. 1890. 
September 17, 1890. 



86 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

WAKREN COUNTY, 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



Thoraas J. Graves. . . 

Bolivar Rabb 

Edwin F. MeCabe. . . 
William Kelley . . . . 
•James F. JBuckels. . . 

Chris Dove 

Charles J. Dawson . . 
James M. Hunter . . . 
Ele Stansbury. . . . 
William P. Rhodes 
Nicholas Swadley. . . 
Williani B. Durborow 
James W. McMuUen . 

John R. Cra^k 

W. L. Rnvbourn. . . 
Andrew J. Johnson . . 
Jas. Win. Davis. . . . 
Jno. P. Guiickel . . . 
Frank M. Allen. . . . 
Wm. W.Sale 



Williamsport . 
West Lebanon. 
Williamsport . 
Carbonilale . . 
! Pine Village. . 
Winthrop - . . 
Green Hill . . 
Williamsport . 
Williamsport . 
Williamsport . 
Pine Village. . 
Williamsport . 

West Lebanon. 
Williamsport . 
Jobnsonville . 
Carbondale . . 
Independence. 
Independence. 
Marshfield, 



November 19. 1888. 
November 30, 1888. 
February 19, 1889. 
February 27, 1889. 
February 28, 1889. 
June 26. 1889. 
Julys, 1889. 
July 13. 1889. 
September 18,1889. 
October 9, 1889. 
December 3i), 1889. 
January 13. 1890. 
March 22, 1890. 
May 31, 1890. 
Auffust 4, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 
August 27, 1890. 
September 11, 1890. 
September 18,1880. 
October 9, 1890. 



WAERICK COUNTY. 



Wm. H. Bone 

Campbell Kirkpatrick 
John L. Taylor .... 
Sidney B. Hatfield . . 

James Hnrr 

Charles J. Keegan . . 
C. J. Rutledge ... 
Oaines H. Hazen . . . 
Richard P. Hussey - . 
John W. Ro erts . . . 
William H. Pilkington 
William Meyer ... 
Thomas B.Sibrel . . . 
Samuel Alexander . . 
Daniel C. Zimmerman 

Jno. L.Po.-iey 

Geo..J.M>'ycr 

Jf-s Taylor 

W.Z.Bennett 

Jas. M. Zimmermen . 



Tennyson . 
Lynnville . 
Boonville . 
Hoonville . 
Folsomville 
Canal . . 
Newburgh . 
Boonville . 
Lynnville . 
Folsomville 
Canal . ,. . 
Canal . 
Tennyson . 
Chandler . 
Lynnville . 
Tennyson . 
Elberfeld . 
Selvin . . . 
Boonville . 
Lynnville . 



November 10, 1888. 
December 22. 1888. 
December 31, 1888. 
January 2, 1889. 
April 18, 1889. 
June 24, 1889. 
July 22, 1889. 
January 22, 1890. 
February 24, 1890. 
February 25, 1890. 
February 27. 1890. 
March 31, 1890. 
April 5, 1890. 
May 9, 1890. 
June 17,1890. 
July 7, 1890. 
August 11, 1890. 
August 27, 1890. 
September 3, 1890. 
September i',1890. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Thomas J. Lester . 
Albert M. Fleenor . 
Charles W. Greshiim 
iSeorge M. Morri.s. . 
Addison G. Cauble . 
John C. Lawler . . . 
Asa Elliott . . 

Samuel H. Mitchell 
Daniel .M. Mcintosh 
John J. Hardin . . . 
Henry A. Smith . . 
John W.Coffey . . . 
Hugh B Neely . . . 
Wiiliatn R England 
Clara M. Baker . . . 
Wm. H. Bright. . . . 
David H. Thompson 
Chas. Dobbins. . . . 



Little York .... 
DeU^ney's Creek. . 
Fredericksburg . . 

Canton. 

Hitchcock 

Salem 

Salem 

Salem 

Hardinsburg. . . . 

SaUm 

Saltilloville .... 
Rus'i Creek Valley 
Rush Creek .... 
Little York .... 

I'f^ki'i 

Martinsburg . . . 
Little York .... 
Salem 



November 21, 1883. 
December 24, 1888. 
January 22, 1889. 
April 15, 1889. 
June 22, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
December 18, 1889. 
December 28, 1889. 
February 11, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
February 15, 1890. 
April 5, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
August 12, 1890. 
August 15, 1890. 
October 1, 1890. 
October 24, 1890. 



87 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
. WAYNE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commissiok. 



Wilbur K.Bradbury . 

Samuel Pellis 

Wm.A.Peelle . . . 
Benjamin B. Myrick . 
Edward C. Beetle . - 
James W. Henderson . 
Arthur C. Lindemuth. 
Thomas J. Study . . . 

Peter M. Ellis 

Isaac C. Doan 

Charles C. Binkley . . 
James H. Gentry . . . 
George P. Early. . . . 
George W. Calloway . 
Francis L. Vox .... 
Will H.Cappeller. . . 
Samuel E. Swayne . . 
John H. Leeson . . . 
Charles F. Edgerton. . 
John L. Rupe .... 
Charles E. Shirley . . 
Jacob H. Winter . . 
Benjamin Stratton . . 
Charles E. Peelle . . . 
Joseph ' . Dickinson . 

Henry C. Eox 

Jesse Hiatt 

Luther C. Abbott . . . 
Charles H. Moore . . . 
B. B.Clements .... 
.lesse E. Beeson. . . . 
Roscoe E. Kirkman. . 
John H. Johnson . . . 
James H.Leonard. . . 
OrlaB. Fulgham . . 
Alexander C. Walker . 
Jam' s W. Roney . . . 
Frank K. Peirce. . . . 
Lewis D. Stubbs. . . . 
William H. Bradbury. 
Henry H. Fetta .... 
Leroy Mansfield . . . 
Frank M. Conner . . . 
George S. Needham. . 
Perry J. Freeman . . . 
Elizabeth Jones. . . . 
Daniel W. Mason . . . 
Alonzo B. Riggs. . . . 
James B. McGrew. . . 
Josiah Reynolds . . 
Joseph W. Jackson . . 
Allen K. Daugherty. . 
Stanley C. Hughes. . . 
Thaddeus Hill .... 
William E. Lay . . . 
Oliver P. Nusbaum . . 
Henry A. Moore . . . 
Jonathan W. Newman 



Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond. . . . 

Kichmond 

White Water . . . 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Centerville . . . . 

Richmond 

Jackson burgh . . . 
Fountain City . . . 
Richmond . . . . . 

Richmond 

East Germantown. 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Dublin 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Hagerstown . . . . 

Richmond 

Haserstown . . . . 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Cambridge City . . 

Richmond 

Dublin 

Dublin 

Richmond 

Green's Fork . . . 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Kichmond 

Richmond 



October 30, 1888. 
October 30, 1888. 
December 1,1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
December 12, 1888. 
December 17, 1888. 
December 19, 1888. 
December 31, 1888. 
January 4, 1889. 
January 15, 1889. 
January 16, 1889. 
January 26, 1889. 
January 26, 1889-. 
March 8, 1889. 
March 8, 1889. 
April 4, 1889. 
April 1.5, 1889. 
May 4, 1889. 
May 8, 1889. 
May 16, 1889. 
May 18, 1889. 
May 27, 1889. 
July 10, 1889. 
July 31, 1889. 
August 8, 1889. 
August 8, 1889. 
August 9, 1889. 
August 10, 1889. 
August 10, 1889. 
August 26. 1889. 
September 7, 1889. 
September 30. 1889, 
October 12, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
December 16, 1889. 
December 16, 1889. 
February 11, 1890. 
March 17,1890. 
March 28,1890. 
April 7, 1890. 
April 11. 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
April 25, 189U. 
April 29, 1890. 
April 29, 1890. 
May 22, 1890. 
May 27, 1890. 
May 31,1890. 
June 4, 1890. 
June 10, 1890. 
July 1.1890. 
July 11, 1890. 
July 28, 1890. 
August 6, 1890. 
Septembers. 1890. 
September 13, 1890. 
October 9, 1890. 



WELLS COUNTY. 



John S. Anderson. . 
1^'red K. Engeler . . 
Joseph Lesh .... 
rhomas L. Weisner 
Fred L. Burgan . • . 
Thomas J. Arnold . 
Frank M. McFadden 
E. C. Vaughn .... 
Henry 0. Stine . . . 



Bluffton . 
Vera Cruz 
Markle . 
Bluffton . 
Bluffton . 
Mt. Zion . 
Bluffton . 
Bluffton . 
Ossian . . 



December 8, 1888. 
December 19, 1888. 
December 27, 1888. 
January 8. 1889. 
January 15, 1889. 
January 15. 1889. 
February 19, 1889. 
March 5, 1889. 
March 28, 1889. 



88 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

WELLS COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 


George B. McGoogan 

James P. Hale 




May 8, 1889. 
May 16, 1889. 
June 27, 1889. 


Bluffton 

Bluffton 




July 12, 1889. 


Henrv S Cinud ... 


Mt. Zion . 


December 26, 1889. 


Edwin R. Wilson 


Bluffton 


February 24, 1890. 


B. F.Wiseman 


Kingsland 

Poneto 

Kingsland 


March 6, 1890. 


John W. Marsh 


March 19, 1890. 


Andrew J.Brinkley 


March 20, 1890. 
April 8, 1890. 






May 13, 1890. 


Asbury Duglay 


Bluffton 


May 20, 1890. 
May 22, 1890. 


William W. Ureek 


Bluffton 


July 5, 1890. 


A.L.Sharpfe 

John Carroll 


Bluffton 


August 14, 1890. 
August 23, 1890. 


Zanesville 



WHITE COUNTY. 



John M. Winkley . . 
Rufus L. Harvey . . 
Will S. Bushnell . . 
Orlando McConahay 
Thomas J. Bunnell . 
Patrick Hays .... 
Truman F. Palmer . 
Frank A. Ewing . . 
Randolpti J. Million 
Zebulon Wirt .... 
Webb P. Bushnell . 
John C. Lewis. . . . 
Geo. L. CMtlin. . . . 
Wm.D. Wilson . . . 
Hiram S. Slayter . . 
Freeman C. South . 
J. E. Dunham. . . . 
Wm.L. Mitchell . . 



Monon 

Montieello . . , 
Monticello . . 

Monon 

Wnlcott . . . . , 
Idaville - . . . , 
Monticello . . 

Buffalo 

Burnett's Creek 
Monticello . . , 
Montieello . . , 

Lee 

Monon 

Chalmers . . . . 

Buffalo. 

Headley 

Reynolds . . . , 
Idaville 



November 10, 1888. 
November 16, 1888. 
December 4, 18»8. 
March 18, 1889. 
April 25, 1889. 
May 16, 1889. 
May 28, 1889. 
September 17, 1889. 
November 30, 1889. 
January 4, 1890. 
February 24, 1890. 
March 22, 1890 
July 12, 1890. 
July 18, 1890. 
August 26, 1890. 
September 2, 1890. 
October 14, 1890. 
October 21, 1890. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



Henry Hower .... 
John C. Wigent. . . 
Michael Siokaioose . 

Levi Adams 

Benjamin Denner. . 
Omer H. Downey . . 
Ephraim K. Strong. 
Benton E. Gates . . 
Paul D. L. Alspach . 
Joseph R. Harrison . 
■James Bro.xen. . . . 
Winfield S. Gaudy . 
Thomas N. McNear. 
J. W. Leiter. . . . 
Jesi-e D. Wurtsbaugh 
P. H. Clugston . . . 
Francis B. Moo . . . 
Edwin J. Smith . . . 
James S. Collins . . 

D. L. Young 

Geo.F.Birt 

Isaiah B. McDonald 
David .1. Bowman . 
0. H. Woodworth . . 
Charte.s B. Barber. . 
Leander F. Emerson 



South Whitley 
Columbia City. 
Columbia City. 
Loraine .... 
Coesse .... 
South Whitley 
Columbia City. 
Columbia City. 

Collins 

Columbia City. 

Saturn 

Churubusco . . 
Churubusco . . 
Churubusco . . 
Columbia City. 
Columbia City. 
South Whitley 
Churubusco . , 
Columbia City. 
Chu nbusco . . 
Larwill .... 
Columbia City. 
Larwill ... 
Columbia City. 
Columbia City. 
Columbia City. 



November 16. 1888. 
December 3, 1888. 
Decembers, 1888. 
December 5, 1888. 
February 5, 1889. 
March 18, 1889. 
April 10, 1889. 
April 17, 1889. 
June 13, 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
July 12, 1889. 
July 27, 1889. 
Augusts, 1889. 
August 17, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 
September 19, 1889. 
September 23, 1889. 
November 6, 1889. 
November 14, 1889. 
November 16, 1889. 
December 19, 1889. 
February 5. 1890. 
April 30, 1890. 
June 20, 1890. 
August 8, 1890. 
September 19, 1890. 



89 



JUSTICES or THE PEACE. 



Appointed and Elected During the Fiscal Years Commencing 
November 1, 1888, and Ending October 31, 1890. 

ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Lemuel W. Grandstaff 

A.J.Hill 

John A. Bhroman. . . 

James Knavel 

Albert Butler 

John Magley 

Veynal Walters . . . . 
'*braham Mangold . . 
James H. Ward .... 
George M. Houck . . . 
James R. Smith . . . 
James H. Smith . . . 
Adonivam Hill .... 
Washington Kern . . . 
William Comer .... 
Dhi Ferguson .... 

Bazil Kelley 

Geo. W. Gates 

Samuel Smith .... 
Henry P. Merriman . 
Benj. F.French . . . 
Christ Ashbauctier . . 
Wilson H. Shepard . . 

J. A. Walser 

J. N. Veley 

John Blecher 

Jacob Abnett ... 
Peter J. Bryant .... 
Samuel Darbin .... 
Wilson H. Shepherd . 



Decatur . . . . 
Decatur . . . 
Decatur . . . . 
Monmouth. . . 
Preble .... 

Preble 

Decatur . . . . 
Decatur . . . . 
Decatur . . . . 
Decatur . . . . 
Decatur . . . . 
Decatur . . 
Pleasant Mills. 
Willshire, . . 

Steele 

Monroe . . . . 

Berne 

Monroe . . . . 
Lynn Grove . . 
Vera Cruz . . . 
Lynn Grove . . 
Lynn Grove . . 
Geneva . . . . 

Ceylon 

Berne 

New Corydon . 
New Corydon . 



December 10, 1888. 
December 10, 1889. 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
September 5, 1890. 



il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


1114,1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


1114,1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


•il 14. 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


•ii 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 


il 14, 1890. 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



Michael Yancy . . . . 
Henry B. Drake. . . . 

Geo. W. Flick 

A.C. Disler . . . 

Stephen A.Thornton . 
James A. Crippen. , 
Valentine Lenker. . . 

James Gorrel 

William Glenn . . . . 
David H Kelsey . . . 
Christian J. Schlatter. 
E. W. E. Muller. . . . 

Alva C. Disler 

Alberts. Shilling. . 

Sylvester Mix 

Enoch J. Miller. . . . 
Timothy Baldwin. . . 
Peter J. Gabner . . . 
G. B. McGoogan . . . 

Geo. Sager 

Jacob Hill 

William McGoogan. . 
Henry E. Drake. . . . 

John Sheehan 

John Lohmiller. . . . 



Ft. Wayne . 
South Wayne 



New Haven . . . 
Ft. Wayne . . . 
New Haven . . . 
Ft. Wayne . . . 
Kelseyville . . . 

Leo 

Leo 

Ari. . . . . . 

Hellen's Corners 
New Haven . . . 

Maples 

Monroeville . . . 
Monroeville . . . 

Areola 

Ft. Wayne . . . 
Aboit . . . . 
Zanesville . . 
Monroeville . . . 
Monroeville . . . 
Dixon, 



June 7, 1889. 
June 12, 1889. 
June 14, 1889. 
Octobers, 1889. 
January 16. 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 2t, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24. 1890. 
April 24,1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24. 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24,1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 



90 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Solomon Snider. . . 

Henry S'hultz . . . 

Manassah Rupert. . 
Albert Lindermuth. 

Jas. M. Nuttle . . .. 

Eli Renawak . . . . 

John Shaffer . . . . 

Wm. Bauserman . . 

P.W.Jackson . . . 

Conrad Salge . . . . 

J. J. Reehling. . . . 

Andrew Taylor . . . 

William Shoup . . . 

Robert H. Horn. . . 

Daniel Porter . . . . 

David Wheelock . . 

Aime Change . . . . 

Alex MeDaniel . . . 

Fred Kamraeyer . . 

Harry F. France . . 

Daniel Ryan . . . . 

James Wilkinson . . 

Michael Taney . . . 

Charles A. Hayes . • 

Charles Talbert. . . 

Englehurt MuUer. . 

John Sheehan . . . 



Poe 

Root ..'.... 
Harlan . . . . 
Antwerp, . . 
Chamberlain . 
Chamberlain . 
Monroeville . . 
Monroeville . . 
Hunterstown . 
Hunterstown . 
Sheldon . . . 
Sheldon . - , . 
Harlan . . . . 
Harlan . . . . 
Hall's Corners. 
St. Joseph . . . 
Chamberlain . 
Ft. Wayne . . 
Ft. Wayne . . 
Ft. Wayne . . 
Ft. Wayne . . 
Ft. Wayne . . 
Ft. Wayne . . 
Ft. Wayne . . 



Monroeville , 



April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24. 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890, 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24. 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890, 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890, 
April 24,1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890, 
June 7, 1890. 
June 10, 1890. 
October 2, 1890 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



Daniel F. Randolph . . 

-James S. Brown 

Lewis Donh st 

John W. Morgan . . . . 

James S. Brown 

K. F. Pritchard 

Jacob M. Marsh 

Chris Adams 

Joshua D. McQueen . . 

J. T. Wright 

Robert Spaugh 

Edward Reed 

John Carr 

James Hen, son 

James C. Remy 

Louis Doiihost 

Isaac N. Culp 

Thomas (i. Wilson . . . 
Washington Polen . . . 
John H. Bradford. . . . 
Daniel B. Bayer . . . . 
John A. Winchester. . . 
Francis L. Whittington. 

S. F.Kincaid 

Jacob Hovis 



Columbus .... 
Columbus .... 
Edinburg . . . . 
Columbus .... 
St. Louis Crossing 

Cliflford 

Hartsville ■ . . . 

Hope . 

Hope 

''etersville. . . . 
Petersville. . . . 
Burnsville . . . 
.Tonesville .... 
Walesboro .... 
Walesboro. . . . 

Azalia 

Klizabethtown . 

Newborn 

Columbus . . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Taylorsville . . . 
Wayraansville . . 



January 4, 1889. 
April 22, 1889. 
July 18. 1889. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
ApriH2, 1890. 
April 12,1890. 
April 12, 1S90. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
A|)ril 12, 1890. 
April 12, 1890. 
April 12. 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 



91 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission'. 



James E. Watt . . 
Geo. Mitten .... 
T. C. Runner . . . 
Riley B^ier . . . . 
James Berry . . . 
James Long. . . . 
Frank Matchett. . 
HMward Stanley. . 
Chas. Menefee. . . 
M.W.Truitt - . . 
B.M. Stout . . . 
Wm. M. Ashton . . 
Wm.E. Conn . - . 
Hiram Smith . . . 
Daniel Huffman. . 
Jacob Miller. . . . 
James Ross .... 

B. Brown 

Robinson Fletcher 
J. W. Green . . . . 
James A. Bonwell. 
Geo. James . . . . 
Harry Rank. . . . 
A. J. Brown . . . . 
L.S.Garvin. . . . 
Thomas Parks . . 



Wadena . . 
Wadena . . 
Aydelotte . 
Aydelotte . 
Fowler . . 
Fowler . . 
Fowler . . 
Dunnington 
Dunnington 
Earl Park . 
Earl Park . 
Templeton 
Otterbein . 
Oxford . . 
Oxford . . 
Oxford 
Raub . . . 
Raub 

Boswell . . 
Boswell . . 
Boswell . . 
Talbot. . . 
Ambia . . . 
Ambia . . 
Remington 
Remington 



April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890, 
April 21, 1890, 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21. 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
Apr.l 21,1890 
April 21, 1890 
Ap:il21,1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21,1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21. 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21,1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890, 



BLACKFOED COUNTY. 



Lucius 0. Edson . . 
Harrison Wiley . . . 
Allen K. Gadbury. . 
Riley P. Smith . . . 
Eliza C. Landon . . 
David 0. Fulton . . 
William H Pearson 
Manual Lacy . . 
Amos Boyd . . . . 
Aaron Allman . . . 



Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartlord City 
Mill Grove. . 
Priam .... 

Roll 

Roll 

Montpelier . 
Montpelier . 
Montpelier . 



May 7, 1890 
May 7, 1X90 
Mav 7, 1896 
May 7, 1890 
May 7, 1890, 
May 7, 1890 
May 7, 1890 
May 7, 1890 
May 7, 1890 
May 7, 1890 



BOONE COUNTY. 



John W. Christy . . 
Joseph M. Byers . , 
John A.Steelsmith 
William Hendricks , 
Thomas W. Dooley . 
John F.McKinley , 
Samuel Rovster. . . 
Elisha W.Brown . . 
John R. Ferguson. . 
James L. Sailors . . 
Solomon Sharp . . . 
Samuel R. iTarner. . 
Moses B. Wall . . 
Harvey B. Darnell . 
John M. Ross . . . . 



Zionsville 
Terhune . 



Elizaville . . 
Elizaville . . 
Hazelrigg . . 
Reese's Mills 
Thorntown . 
Thorntown . 
Thorntown . 
Advance . . 
Cason .... 
Lebanon . . 
Lebanon . . 



March IJ 
Jun- 20. 
April 2.3, 
April 2.3. 
April 23, 
April 23. 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 



!. 188 
18S9 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
189') 
1890 
1890, 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 
1890 



92 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Edward T. Caldwell 




April 24, 1890, 




Rosston 

Rosston 


April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 18P0 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1880 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 




James B. .Shoemaker . 






Zionsville 

Zionsville 

White Lick 

Shepard 

MilleHgville 

New Brunswick 




William Gifford 








Dudley Smith . ■. 




Isaac Pearcy 

William 8. Abnay 

William T.Smith 




Solomon Sering 


Ward 

Jamesville 

Whitestown 

Whitesiown . 




John Good 











BKOWN COUNTY. 



Stephen A. Kennedy . . 
James Huntsman . . . . 

Clement Groves 

John H.Taylor 

.James W. Deringer . • • 

Jai'ob Fleener 

David Helprich . . . 
William A. Mason . . . 

James W. Kirks 

David Stidd 

David Graham 

Benjamin F. Whitehorn 
James A. McKinney . . 
Adam S. Oarmichael . . 
John W. Robertson . . . 

John Polley 

Lindsey M. Neal .... 



Spearsville . . 
Spearsville . . 

Cieona 

Bean Blossom . 
Needmore . . . 
Needmore . . . 
Nashville . . . 
Mt. Liberty . . 
Nashville . . . 
Mt. Liberty . . 
Pike's Peak . . 
Lockman . . . 
Beck's Grove . 
Peter Cooper . 
Elkinsville . . 
Lindsay .... 



Marfh 6, 1889 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14,1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890, 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1899 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890, 
September 12 



, 1890. 



CAEROLL COUNTY. 



John W. Koontz, Sr 
James D.Odell . . . 
Alonzo Dick . . . . 
Benjamin F. Davis . 
Solomon P. Winter . 
Samuel Wile . . . . 
John W. Fonts . . . 
Joshuii, M. Hendrix. 
John H.Julius . . . 
John W.Faucett . . 

George Deel 

Joshua J. Gardner . 
Geo. W. Collins . . . 
Daniel N. Brown . . 
Andrew F. Miller. . 
W. AV. Hayward. . . 
Thomas B. Ginn . . 
Samuel P.Zeck . . . 

James Gray 

Jamison H. Wilson . 



Lockport . 
Burlington 

Ockley . . . 

Owa,=co . . 

Carroll. . . 

Darwin . . 

Rossville . 

Delphi . . . 

Delphi. . . 

Camden . . 

Ockley . . . 

Burrows . . 

Kockfield . 

Sleeth . . 

Pittsburg . 
Deer Creek 



May 1, 1889. 
June 15, 1889. 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890, 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23,1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23. 1890 
June 4. 1890. 
June 7, 1890. 



93 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

CASS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



James Evans ... 
Samuel McCliiin . . 
Madison W.Kistler. 
Edward H. Wisley .. 
Robert F. McKee . . 
David M. Kingry . . 
John L. Buntain . . 
Joseph St. Clare . . 
John H. Souder . . . 
W. K. Moore .... 
W.E Nolan . . . . 

S. D.Le' on 

Charles B. Knowlter 
George W Kender . 
Henry M. Eidson . . 
Lawrence .lackson . 
James H. Carroll . . 
Daniel Kemp . . . 
William Tubbs . . . 
James Richardson . 
Lyman B. Edwards 
Emanuel Runnells . 
Lemuel E. Brown. . 
Will C. Thornton . . 

Elias Seott 

William Liston . . . 
Daniel A. Smith . . 
William Lowry . . . 
Geo. P. Herrieks . . 
Henry A. Crockett . 
Joseph Sc. Clair . . 



RESIDENCE. 



Perrysburg . . . 
Twelve Mile. . . 
Royal Center . . 
Royal Center . . 

Metea 

Pine 

Montez 

Montez 

Logansport . . . 
Adamsboro ._ . , 
Young America 
Deacon . . . . , 
Logansport . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Logansport . . 

Nebo 

Nebo 

Galveston . . . , 
Lincoln . . 
Lake Cicott . . 
Lake 1,'icott . . 
New Waverly . 
Adamsboro . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 

Dow 

Dow . . . . - 
Walton .... 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 



Date of Commission. 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
1112 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890, 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890, 
il 12. 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 18y0 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12. 1890, 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
11 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 
il 12, 1890 



June 26, 1890. 



CLARK COUNTY. 



Edward Hass 

William Gray 

Cornelius Bottorff . , 
Guy C. Guernsey . . 
Ephraim Keigwin . , 
William Lee .... 
John Ware . . 

AVilliam Rodewald . 
William Nauz. . . . 
George Deark .... 
Nathaniel C. Noe . . 
John Morrow .... 
Sisney Conner . . ■. 
James A. Johnson . 
John A. Bare • • 

David H. Wheeler . 
William Bare .... 
Levi B. Cook .... 
William Gray .... 
David Baldwin . . . 
John W. Hanlin . . 
Guy C. Guernsey . . 
James W. Milles 
Travanian T. Weir . 
Cornelius D. Hunter 
John W. Lovell . . . 
Jessie Packwood . . 
Valentine Strobel . 
Arthur Thomas . . . 
Rutus T. Harris 
Cornelius C. Bottorff 
John A. Bower . . . 



Sellersburg . 
Jeffersonville 



Jeffersonville . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
Jeffersonvi'le . . 
Jeffersonville . . 
Jeffersonville . . 

lltica 

Watson 

Charlestown . 
Otisco . . • 

Charlestown . . . 

Owen 

Bethlehem. ... 

Otto 

New Washington 

Nabbs 

Oregon 

Otisco 

Henryville . . . 
Henryville . . . 

Memphis 

Memphis .... 
New Providence 
New Providence 
Bennettsville . . 
Muddy Fork . . 
Sellersburg . . . 
Sellersburg . • . 



December 13, 1888. 
July 22, 1889. 
December 26, 1889, 
December 26, 1889. 
April 23. 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1800. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23,1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23,1890. 
April 23, 1»9U. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23. 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 2\ 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23,1890. 
April 23,1890. . 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 2.3,1890 
April 23, 1890. 
September 16, 1890. 



94 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



CLAY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



John I. Hutchinson . 
Henry M. Pierce . . . 
Samuel Sl.avens. . . . 
Fernando C. Orb . . . 

Eli Cooprider 

Howard '' ckels 
Thomas Mcljriff . . . 

Eli Cooprider 

Charles M. Coojirider. 
Levi I. Johnson. . . . 

Reed Hixon 

James H. Torhert. . . 
Farmer J. James . . . 
Samuel Slaven . . 

Thomas C. Uillaspie 
John I. Baughman . . 
(reo. W. Green . . . . 

Win. Minor 

Matthew A. Jones . . 
Alexander Skene . . . 
Robert Strausrhu . - . 
Franklin Skene. . . . 
Alexander Parks . . . 

James Girton 

Joseph Newman . . . 
James Farmer . . . . 
James fl. Bohannon . 
Elisha Puckett . . . . 
Jason W. Hadley . . . 



Carbon 



Cory 

Clay City . . . 
Clay City . . . 
Clay City . . . 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil ..... 
f>taunton . . . 
Stanton .... 
Asherville. . . 
Asherville. . . 
Saline City . . 
Ashboro .... 

Perth 

Perth . . . . 
Knightsville. . 
Knightsville. . 

Lena 

Harmony .|. . 
Poland . . . 
Bowling Green 
Cofltey 



Decembers, 1888. 
December 11. 1888. 
December 11, 1889. 
December 13, 1889. 
January 7, 1«90. 



Feb 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
A pr 
Apr 
Aiir 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



uary 10. 1890. 
1 15. 1890. 
1 15, 1890. 
I 15, 1890. 
I 15, 1890. 
1 15, 1890. 
1 15, 1890. 
1 l.'^, 1890. 
1 15, 1890. 
1 1.M890. 
1 15, 1890. 
1 15. 1890. 
I l-'S. 1890. 
1 15,1890. . 
, 15, 1890. 
I 15, 1890. 
115, 1890. 
I 15. 1891). 
1 l."i, 1890. 
1 15, 1890. 
1 15,189(1. 
1 21, 1890. 
1 22, 1890, 



September 11, 1890. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



Abel L. Heavilon . . . . 

Jasper Johnson 

Lighlman Ba.yne .... 

Robert W. Peter 

Sylvester N. Buck . . . 
Geo. W. Slaughter . . . 
Natbiiniel Lowring. . . 
Joel W. Harland . . . . 
Samuel P. Fisher ... 
Frank Goehenaner . 

Daniel Sharp 

Timothy Cornelison . . 

Henry Buchcr 

Abel Heavilon 

Samuel Tarr 

Henry Hatfield 

James L. Ogle 

Hiram S. Irwin 

Henry C. Robert-^on . . 
Nelson W.Cosner. . . . 
Peter B.Willoughby . . 
Jesse Hinds . . ... 

Jasper Johnson .... 
Mariin A. Chambers . . 
John E. Maddux .... 
Sydnor A. Anderson . . 

Geo. W. Meeks 

Geo. W. Slaughter. . . . 
David Kimmell 



Hillisburg . . . 

Mulberry . . . , 
Mulberry . . . . 
Colfax .... 
Pickard's Mills 
Michigan town. 
Frankfort . . . , 

Moran 

Cambria. ... 
Kilmore .... 
Kilmore . . 

Jefferson 

Jefferson. . . . . 
Forest ....,, 

Forest 

Frankfort ... 
Frankfort ... 
Frankfort . . . , 
Frankfort . . . , 
Frankfort ... 
Hillisburg . . . . 
' irclesville ... 
Boyleston ... 
Michigan town. 
Michigan town. 

Colfax 

Man son .... 



November 12, 1888. 
December 19, 1888. 
December 26. 1888. 
February 6, 1889. 
February 11, 1889. 
March 20, 1889. 
June 12, 1889. 
July 6, 1889. 
August 17, 1889. 
April 21,1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21,1890. 
April 21.1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 



95 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Conthmed. 

CLINTON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Wm. W.Lane. 
Alexander A. Clark 
-Christian Attic . . . 
Charles Billingsby . 
Jas.Snodgrass . . . 

N.S. Buck 

Addison Michael . . 

John Crum 

Frank Dale 

Hiram Searcy . . . . 
John M.McCarty . . 
Isaac N. Irwin . . . 
Henry C. Robertson. 



Colfax . ... 
Rossville. . . . 
Edna Mills . 
Pickard's Mills 
Cirelesville . . 
Mulberry . . . 
Mulberry . . . 

Beard 

Middle Fork. . 
Kirklin . . . . 
Kirklin . . . . 
Kirklin . . . . 
Frankfort . . . 



Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 



121,1890 
I 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
121,1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890, 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890, 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



Greenberry S. Ott - . 
'rhomas T. Reynolds . 
James A. Shaflfer . . 
Robert F. Mills ... 
William Baylor. . . 
John VV.Tov^e^. . 
William E. Jennett. 
David R. Stewart . . 
Isaac Bullington . . 
Wm. H. Cunningham 
Martin J. Brown . . 
Joshua HoUen . . . , 
W.S.Kellems. ... 
John 0. Gilmore . . , 

Allrn Tucker 

William fl. Finch. . . 
David M. Sea ton . . - 
David A. Doolittle 
William S. Coleman 
H. B.Meylia ... 
Samuel MeLane . . , 

I.B.Woods 

Henry J. Green. 



Leavenworth 
Leavenworth 
Pilot Knob . 
Milltown . . 
Milltown . . 
Marengo. . . 
Marengo . . 
Marengo . . 
English . . . 
English . . . 
English . . . 
Taswell . . . 
Wickliffe . . 
Bckerty . . . 
Bckerty . . . 
Mifflin. . . . 
Grantsburg . 
Leavenworth 
Fredonia . . 
Alton . . . . 
Alton . . . . 
Alton .... 
Marengo . . 



Apr: 

Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
June 



U, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890, 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1!;90, 
14, 1890 
14. 1890 
14. 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
14, 1890 
11, 1890. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



Elias Myers . . . 
Charles Biedertnan 
Wm. R. Summers. 
Peter Fegan. . . . 
Friend B. Caibert. 
John E. Smith . . 
P. M. Burris. . . 
Frans V. Wilson . 
Wisley M. French 
James P. Taylor . 
Jacob W. Pershing 
S.C.Guthrie . . . 
Moses D. Payne. . 
John W. Gillion . 
Geo. A. Busan . . 
John Shearer . . . 
Alfred W. Hess 
John Roarty . . 



Washington. 
Oannelburg . 
Montgomery. 
Washington. 
Glendale. . . 
Alfordsville . 
Aitordsville . 
Raglesville . 
Farlen. . . . 

Odon 

Odon 

Epsom . . . 
Cornettsville 
Plainville . . 
Plainville-. . 
Elnora . . . 



Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
.A.pr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Septe 



15, 1889. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11,1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
mber 11, 1890. 



96 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

DEARBOKN COUNTY. 



NAME. . 


RESIDENCE. Date of Co.mmissiox. 

1 


Daniel M. Guard 

John V. Canfield 




May 23, 1889. 
September 25, 1889. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19. 1890. 
April]9, IK90. 




Lawrenceburg 

Lawrenceburg 




Irvin Withered ... 


Geo.W.SHwdow 


Aurora 


William L. Edwards 

Russell S. True . 


Manchester 

Wright's Corner 

Guilford 

Vogel 

Farmer's Retreat 


April 19,1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19,1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
Ai ril 19, 1890. 
April 19,1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19,1890. 
April 19, 1X90. 
April 19, 189ii. 




Andy Voffel 

John L. Miller 

Wm.F. Cox 


Armer S. Peck 

Charles L. Kodgers 


Wilmington 

Weisburg . . 

Dillsborough 

Guilford 


David Hess 

Chas.R. Campbell 




Moore's Hill 

Harrison 


James Benson 


Charles Ashby 


New Trenton 


April 19, 1890. 







DECATUR COUNTY. 



Almon S. Creath . 
Hamilton Gray . . 
Seth L. Wilson . . 
Daniel Tharp . . . 
Asbury P. Groom . 
Green B. Roszell . 
Edward Hoffman . 
John C. Arnold . . 
James A. Myers . 
John G. King . . . 
Isaiah Proctor . . 
(ireo. M. Scheirteler 
William L.Miller 
Seth Wilson . . 



Greensburg 
Clarksburg 
Kingston . 
Bandusky . 
Sandusky . 
St. Paul . . 



Sardinia. . . 
Letts Corner 
Gaynorville . 
We.«tport . . 
Millhousen . 
St. Paul . - . 



April 24, 1890. 
April 24. 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24. 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 
April 24. 1890. 
August 8, 1890. 
September 13,1890. 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



Philip Noel 

Edward Bretz . . 
Geo. Reeves . . 
Edward Bretz . . . . 

David Gump 

Martin L.Hoffman . . 
Samuel J. 1 arney . . 

John Cool 

Lewis Beery 

James F. VValker . . . 
John T. Handricks . . 
John Nelson . . . 

PelegHull 

Anthony Stepleton . . 

S. W. Ralston 

John Harris 

R. G. Daniels 

O.P. Smith 
James W. Johnson . . 
Geo. W. Maxwell . . . 
Jonathan A. (iushwa . 



Garrett 

Garrett . ... 

Garrett 

New Era .... 
Dekalb ... . 

Auburn 

Auburn .... 
Spencerville . . 

St. Joe 

Newville .... 
Newville .... 

Butler 

Newville . . . . , 

Auburn 

Auburn Junction 
Waterloo ... 

Waterloo 

Corunna 

Corunna 

Custer 



May 16, 1889. 
July 1. 1889. 
April 19. 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1X90 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19,1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 



97 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continiu'd. 
DEKALB COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Eli Walker . . . . 
Alonzo M. Barnes 
Robert Dimier . . 
George B. Soule . 
Henry Aldrich . . 
John 0. McNabb . 
Jos. B. Laming . . 
BaTid W. Steward 
Daniel Weitz . . . 
Daniel McClellan 
Nathan Crossley . 
John J. Sise . . . 



Waterloo 
Waterloo 
Hamilton 
Butler. . 
Butler . . 
Butler. . 
Moore . . 
Auburn . 
Troy. . . 
Troy. . . 
Custer . . 



April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
June 30, 1890 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



Richard H. Trout . . 
Harmon Newberger. 
Barrington Behymer 
John G. Bowers . . , 
Leonidas F.Nixon . . 

Prank Cole , 

James L. Newhouse . 
Solomon Hiatt . . . , 
Marion E. Carey . . , 
Harmon Newberger. , 
Wm. A. Clemens . . , 
John W. Jefferson . . 
J. T. Holsinger . . . . 
John C. Eiler .... 
Barrington Behymer 
John A. Hamilton . , 
Lem Waters . . . . , 

Squire Miller 

Martin H. Brandt. . , 
William P. Wagoner , 
James T. Tuttle. . . , 
John S. Jordan . . . , 
W. L. Simmons . . . . 
Charles H. Clark . . . 
Martin Phillips ... 
John W . Friar ... 
Jacob M. Fudge. . . 

John Wise 

Isaiah McMichael . . 



Muncie . . 
Cross Roads 
Daleville . 
Torktown . 
Reed ... 
Stout ... 



Wheeling . . . . 
New Corner . . . 
Mt. Cowan. . . . 

Oakville 

Muncie 

Muncie ... 

Muneie 

Royerton . . . . 
Shideler . . . , . 

Eaton 

Eaton 

New Burlington 
New Burlington 

Selma 

Selma 

Albany 

DeSoto , . . . 
Albany 



December 17, 1 
June 12, 1889. 
July 10, 1889. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18. 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



Frank J. Drash 




June 20 1889. 


Aaron Moore 


Crystal 


April 22, 1890. 


Edmond Bridges 

Geo. Nix . 

Samuel S. Wineinger 


Hillham 

Haysville 


April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 


James F. Miller 




April 22. 1890. 


Tobias ZoUer 




April 22. 1890. 


John M. Kiefer 

John Strotman 


Dubois 


April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. . 


Levi L. Jacobs 

Henry Bradley 


Rosemund 


April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 


Reuben F. Bates 

Louis Main 

Lytal Kays 


Altoga 

Altoga 

Duff 


April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 


Peter N.Lemmond 

Henry Hoffman . . . ' 


Duff 

Johnsburg 

Ferdinand 


April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
June 26, 1890. 


Joseph Woerter 

Geo. Boegle 


Isaac Harmon 




September 16, 1890. 


Peter J. Schnarr 




September 16, 1890. 









7— Sec. 



98 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

ELKHAET COUNTY. 



IS^AME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of CoMMissioif. 



David M. Best 
A. B. Garman 

David Kilmer 

David Snively 

Isaac H. Kelsey 

Jas. Miller 

Collins Blake 

William Tbeis 

Alonzo B. Garman . . . . 

Daniel J. Miller 

William Wahl 

Elbridge G. Chamberlain 

Jacob L. Powell 

John P. Conger 

John Bechtel 

Daniel Berkey 

Melvin Stutsman 

Charles E.Miller 



Daniel Culp ...... 

Lewis K. Chamberlain 
Frank West ..... 

Walter W.Eldridge . 
John H. Williams . . 
Daniel Smeltzer . . 
John S.McBntaffer. . 
James Brown, Jr . . 
Darwin 11. Johnson. . 
Loren A. Congdon . . 

Amos Clark 

William H. Thorn . . 
J. W. Bliss ..... 

Jacob Cossler 

John Hecocks 



Elkhart 
Benton . . 
Benton . . 
Elkhart . . 
Elkhart . . 
Elkhart . 
Millersbury 
Millersbury 
Elkhart . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen 
New Paris 
New Paris . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Nappanee . 
Nappanee . 
Middle bury 
Middlebury 
Elkhart . . 
Wakarusa . 
Nappanee . 
Nappanee . 
Bristol. . . 
Bristol . . . 
Vistula . . 
Vistula . . 
Elkhart . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 



March 13, 1889. 
Septembers. 1889. 



1 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

.1 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

:1 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

' 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 

.1 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

il 24, 1890. 

;1 24, 1890. 

1 24, 1890. 
June 18, 1890. 
June 18, 1890. 
June 18, 1890. 



Apr: 
Apr- 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 



PAYETTE COUNTY. 



John W. Hannah 
Joshua Leach . . . . 
John W. Hannah . . 
John Hamilton . . . 
Saiuuel Rowe . . . 
Alexander G. Brown 
Probaser Thomas . . 
Robert Holland . . . 
Francis A. Morris. . 
Franklin L. Cothane 
James M. Petro . . . 
John W. Bilyew. . . 



Connersville. . 
Connersville. . 
Connersville. . 
Connersville. . 
Everton . . . . 
Groves' Point . 
Harrisburg . . 
Brownsville . . 
Hentonville . . 
Columbia . . 
Lyon's Station 
Orange 



September, 7 ] 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11. 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



John J. Richards . . 
.John J. Richards . . 
Michael Shea . . 
Absolem Hiirtley . . 
Willard L. Watts . . 
Clement W. Hamon. 
Martin V. Hanger. . 
Everett Watham . . 
Charles Riley . . . 
Levi Clipp. . . . . 
James W.Ashby . . 



Albert Reisir.g 
David Bruner . . . 
Lawrence B. Huckiby 
Jacob Kniernan. . . . 
James H. Smith. . . . 



New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
Georgetown . 
Georgetown . 
Edwardsville 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
Greenville. . 
Galena. . . . 
Greenville. . 
Floyd Knob 
New Albany. 



June 13, 1889. 



il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 

il 12, 1890. 
Jiily 5, 1890. 
July 5, 1890. 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr: 



99 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued, 

FOFNTAIN COUNTY. 



name; 




Barnabas C.Brown. . . 
Elliott M.Philpot . . . 

Moffett Bone 

David T. Oliver 

John ttilluin 

Amos Grubb 

David Teegarden . . . 
Andrew J. Stoup . . . . 
Isaac N.Orahood. . . . 

David Myer 

Harry E. Huntington. . 

Wm. Wertz 

John Wade 

Franklin Dice . . . . . 

Isaac J. Sloan. . . . . . 

Samuel H. Ward . . . 
Charles B. Simms. . . . 

Charles M. Reeves . . . 
Freeman Foxworthy . . 

Lewis B. Reed 

Barnaleas Brown . . . . 

James Hoover 

James H. Sutton . . . . 
James W. Morgan . . . 
Simeon Hawkins . . . . 
George W. Montgomery 



Rob Roy. . . 
Wallace . . . 
Steam Corner 
Yeddo .... 
Kingman . . 

Lodi 

Cates .... 
Coal Creek. . 
Coal Creek. . 
Hillsboro . . 
Hillsboro . . 
Veedersburg. 
Veedersburg. 
Stone Bluff . 
Covington . . 
Covington . . 
Covington . . 
Newtown . . 
Stephens. . . 
Fountain . . 
Rob Roy. . . 
Attica .... 
Attica . ., . . 
Attica .... 
Riverside . . 
Lodi 



DaTK ok OOiMMISSION. 



October 2. 1S89. 
April 11, 189(1. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11. 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
Aiifril 11, 1890. 
April ir, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
June 14, 1890. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Richard W. McKee . . 
George M. Fowler . . . 

John V.Swift 

Ferdinand J. Burkhart 

Eli Myers 

August Middendorf . . 
John N.Trusler . . . . 

John Metz 

Julius C. Burgoyne . . . 
Albert G. Ensminger . . 

Isaac B. Tracy 

Raymond D. Mitchell . 
Caspar M. Ganpel . . . 
Anthony Scheper . . . . 

Isaac K. Lee 

Michael George 

John D. Abbott 

John Noe 



Bath 

Blooming Grove 
Brookville . . 
Whitcomb . . . , 
Haymond . . . , 
Fairfield . . . . 
St. Peters . . . . 

Laurel 

Laurel , 

Metamora . . 
Andersonville . . 
Oldenburg . . . . 
Oldenburg . . . . 
Hamburg , . . , 
Mt.Carmel . . 
Springfield . . . 
New Trenton . . 



September 4, 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18. 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 



1889. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



Philip Bader 

Levi M. Montgomery . 
Patrick Kelley .... 
Israel Smith .... 
Francis H. Graham . . 
"William Myers .... 

George Myers 

Micaja Freeland . . . 
Samuel P.Ferry . . . 
Abel F. Bowers .... 
William Biddinger . . 
Samuel N. Shesler . . 
David Moore .... 
William H. Bangher . 
William Biddinger . . 



Blue Grass . . 
Grass Creek . . 
Kewanna . . . 
Kewanna . . . 
Leiter's Ford . 
Fulton .... 
Rochester . . . 
Rochester . . . 

Tiosa 

Akron 

Akron 

Bloomingsburg 
Tiosa 



September 18, 1889. 
April 1. 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
September 20, 1890. 



100 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



James H. Clark . . . 
Samuel S. Reed . . . 
John H. ArmPtrong 
William F. Corder . 
James F. Farries . . 
.John Abram .... 
Samuels. Reed . . . 
Luther L. Martin . . 
Martin L. Deweese . 
Joseph Rineheart . 

Jesse Smith 

Caspar Gram .... 
Dewit C. Foster . . 
A.J.Wright . . . . 
William Graham . . 
Abraham Gudgel . . 
Andrew G. Saulman 
John H. Armstrong 
William H. Thorn . 
William C. Fisher . 
Lucius Armstrong . 
Jesse J. Overton , . 



Somerville . 
Somerville . 
Oakland City 
Oakland City 
Oakland City 
Francisco . . 
Francisco . . 
Fort Branch . 
Fort Branch . 
Fort Branch . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Owensville . 
Owensville 
OwensviJle . 
Hazelton . . 
Patoka . . . 
Hazelton . . 
GriflSn .... 



October 1,1889. 
October 1, 1889. 
Octobers, 1889. 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890; 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890, 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890. 
1 23, 1890, 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890, 
1 23, 1890. 
1 23, 1890 
1 23. 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 



GEANT COUNTY. 



Joseph D. Corey . . . 
Henry H.Huft . . . . 

Frank Kindle 

Charles W. Bowman . 
William D. Boiler . . 
William Vardeman . . 

John G. King 

David F.Highley . . . 
Brmin C. Myers. . . . 
Byron H. Jones. . . . 
William Coats . . . . 
Thomas Culberton . . 

Amos L. Cray 

Joel H. Coppoek . . . 
Alfred L. Barnard . . 
William M. Pierce . . 
Francis M. Farr. . . 
David W . Hayworth . 
Thomas Gourley . . . 
Asbury W. Ray . . . . 
Joel 0. Duling . . . . 
Luther L. Brookshire. 
George Peterson . . . 
Andrew J. White . . . 
Geo. W. Fisher . . . . 
David S. Pence . . . . 
Jacob Rhonemns . . . 

John W. Rust 

Israel S. Benbow . . . 



Van Buren . . . , 
Van Buren ... 

Marion 

Hanfield 

Jalapa 

Sweetser 

Mier 

Mier 

Marion 

Marion . . . . 

Marion 

Jonesboro .... 
Jonesboro .... 
Jonesboro .... 

Arcana 

Arcana 

New Cumberland 

Upland 

Fairmount ... 
Fairmount ... 
Fairmount . . . 

Weaver 

Normal 

Swayzee 

Swayzee , . . . . 

Sweetser 

Roseburg .... 
Jonesboro .... 



Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 20, 1889 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21,1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21,1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890 
1 21, 1890, 
1 21, 1890. 



October 31, 1890. 



101 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— ContimiCMl. 



GEEENE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commissiox. 



George W. Osborn . . . 
Cornelius Robertson . . 
George W. Osborn. . . . 

James R. Baxter 

Levi D. Bureham . . . . 

Isaac Binghum 

Jacob H. Neal 

James S. Edwards . . . 

Wm. Tally 

Wm. G.Acton. 

William P. Armpriester 
Joseph D. Edwards . . . 
David Groves 
Thomas B. O'Haven . . 
Lender J. Edwards . . . 

James Ault 

Andrew J. Ferguson . . 

John Crites 

James L. Arthur . . . . 
Alexander S. Helms . . 
Edward N. Beck . . . . 
William A. Fulfe . . . . 
Henry A. Wonder. . . . 

Morton Cole 

Charles C. Cade 

George W.EIli« 

Joseph W. Gambill . . . 

John W. Wise 

Peter Hasler 

William P. Barker . . . 

H. N. Booker 

William Hendricks . . . 
Walter H. Wakefield . . 

John Gray 

Daniel Riggs 



Bloomfield . . 

Linton 

Bloomfield . . 
Bloomfield . . 
Mineral City . 
Cincinnati. . . 
Cincinnati. . . 
Newberry . . . 

Lyons 

Worthington . 
Worthington . 
Newbei'ry . . . 
Newberry . . 
Pleasantville . 

Marco 

Koleen 

Owensburg . . . 
Worthington . 
Newark . . . . 
Worthington . 
Worthington . 
Worthington . 

Dixon 

Switz City . . . 
Dugger . . . . 

Linton 

Midland . . . . 
Jasonville . . . 
Mineral City. . 
Newberry . . . 
Newark . . . . 
Hendricksville. 
Switz City . . . 
Switz City . . . 
Worthington . 



June 12, 1889 
June 25, 1889 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1S90 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18,1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
AprillS, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
April 18, 1890 
AprillS, 1890 
May 24, 1890. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Geo.T.Barnett . . 
Henry D. Miller . 
Emery Powell. . . 
Henry I. Caylor. . 
Samuel Bussel . . 
Martin L. Beaver . 
Abel E. Garris . . 
L.J. Small .... 
William M. Bolton 
John Fitzpatrick . 
JeffM.Shaul . . 
Henry D. Miller . 
John L. Moore . . 
W.D.Richards . . 
Felix Gall im ore. . 
Samuel W. Moore. 
John B.Foulke. . 
Elijah S.Phillips. 
I.W.Stanton. . . 
John R. Collins . . 
Albert Castor . . . 
John A. Olvey . . 
Henry Roberts . . 
Geo. B. Moore. . . 
L.J. Small .... 



Noblesville . . , 
Noblesville . . . 
Noblesville . . . 
Fisher's Switch . 

Ohio 

Carmel . . . . 
Fisher's Switch 
Arcadia .... 

Cicero 

Atlanta ... 
Westfield . . . 
Bagletown. . . , 
Hortonville . . . 
Sheridan. ... 
Baker's Corner 

Boxley 

Caymel .... 
Carmel ... 
Clarksville . . 
Clarksville . . 
Strawtown. , . 

Omega 

Carmel 



January 16, 1889. 
July 8, 1889. 



April 18 
April 18, 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18, 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18, 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18, 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18, 



, 1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
., 1890 
,1890 
,1890 
, 1890 
,1890 
,1890 
., 1890, 
,1890 
,1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
,1890 
,1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
,1890 
,1890 
, 1890 



September 12, 1890 



102 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



James B. Johnson . . 

Jos. E. Glass 

William Huston . . . 
Sylvanus C. Stanlej' . 
Joseph Bnrrett ■ . . . 
William R. Ferrell . . 

Vard Finnell 

Enos Gery 

Geo. Barnett 

Tilghman H. Vanzant 

John Hervey 

Henry Shore 

EliO.Catt 

Albert Binford .... 

Joseph Garret 

Levi Cook 

Andrew Downing. . . 
Archimedes Gibson. . 
John R. Williams. . . 
James E. Collins . . . 



Carrollton. . . 
Greenfield. . . 
Willow Branch 
Charlottesville 

Eden 

Eden 

Maxwell .... 
Greenfield . . . 
Greenfield . . . 
Portville. . . . 
Fortville. . . 
Portville. . . . 
Westland . . . 
Westland . . . 
Wilkinson. . . 
Warrington . . 
New Palestine. 
Philadelphia . 
Mohawk. . . . 
Mt. Comfort . . 



Apr 

Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 



19, 1890 

19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19,1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19. 1890 
19,1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 
19, 1890 



HARBISON COUNTY. 



Samuel M. Catlin. . . . 
Emmet E. Hardin . . . 
Robert S. Kirkham . . . 

AsaHurbaugh 

Clinton Paterson .... 
Arthur J. Cummingham 
W^illiam M. Goss .... 
George Furgasson . . . 
Daniel W. Neeley. . . . 
Briee W. Reagan .... 
Abin A. Dawson .... 

Jacob B. Frank 

William R. Mclntire . . 
James W. Rhodes. . . . 

Charles Kerr 

John Hilderbrand . . . 

Elbert Murr 

Frederick Lillpop . . . 

Louis Moosler 

Frederick Brockman . . 

Peter Wil baker 

Edward P. Reaick ... 
James H. Bowman ... 
Thomas J. Engleman . 
Solomon Mauck . . . . , 
Thomas J. Steven? . . . 
Lidscy Longacre .... 

John MeKiney 

Reuben Baitley 

Isaiah Tober 

Stephen A. Cii.rver . . . 
George W.Furguson . . 
Joseph H. Feller .... 



Mauekport 

Corydon 

Corydon 

Corydoi) 

Evans' Landing. . 

Hancock 

Hancock 

Mauekport . . . . 
Mauekport . . . . 
New j^msterdam . 
New Amsterdam . 

Laconia 

Crisp Cross Roads. 

Laconia 

De Pauw 

Moberley 

New Middletown . 
New Middletown . 

Bradford 

Palmyra 

Lauesville . . . . 
Lanesville . . . . 
Lanesville . . . . 

Idle Wild 

New Salisbury. . . 
New Salisbury. . . 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth . . , . . 
Elizabeth . . . . . 
Mauekport . . . 



December 21. 1888. 
March 14, 1889. 



25, 1890 
il 2.5, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
' 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890, 
il 25. 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 189(t 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890. 
il 25, 1890 
25,1890 
25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 
il 25, 1890 

June 24. 1890. 

June 24.1890. 

July 3, 1890. 



Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



103 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continue(i. 

HENDEICKS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Charles W Tvler 




December 27, 1888. 






October 5, 1889. 


John R. Vannate 


Danville 


April 15, 189U. 
April 15, 1890. 






April 15, 1890. 


Barney Grossett 

Eli Johnson 

Thomas B.Archer 

W.J. Panker 


Toll Gate 


April 15, 1890. 


Plainfield 

Friendswoods 

Belleville 

Cartersburgh 


April 15, 1890. 
Apr 1115,1890. 
April 15, 1890. 




April 15, 1890. 




April 15, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 










April 15, 1890. 


Joseph Williams 




April 15, 1890. 


New Winchester 

New Winchester 


April 15, 1890. 


Enoch Mackey 


April 15, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 




North Salem 


April 15, 1890. 




April 15, 1890. 


John D. Tharp 


Mt. Clair 


April 15, 1890. 


Robert E Tout 


April 15, 1890. 


John A. Long 

Francis M. Ballard 


Maplewood 

Brownsburg 


April 15, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 
April 15, 1890. 




Brownsburg 

Browusburg 


April 15, 1890. 


Anthony Hud.^on 


April 15. 1890. 
July 8, 1890. 









HENRY COUNTY. 



William Vimcanon . . 
Peter N. Vandenbark . 
John M. Forhes .... 
John B. Antrim. . . 
Charles B. Biffner. - - 
C.W.Ballenger. . . . 

James Davy 

William Reynolds . . 
Isaac N.Wright. . . . 
Enoch Nation. .... 

Erasmus Fiter 

Alfred Welker 

John Netz 

Thomas Johnson . . 
Winchester H. Adams 
John M. Monroe . . 

J.F.Elliott 

William Vuncannon . 
Artie L. Aishouse. . . 
William Addison . . . 
Levi M. Keesling . . 
Luther C. Mills .... 
Joseph L. Sanders . . 
John A. Menafee . . 
James H. Bddleman . 
John W. Dunbar . . . 
William K. Sweet. . . 

James Frazier 

William Daniels . . . 
Abraham Wrightsman 

John N. Davis 

Loring Luellen .... 

Alfred Welker 

Artie L. Aishouse. . . 
John M. Forbes .... 



Snyder 

Knightstown . . 
Knightstown . . 
Spiceland . . . . 
Spiceland . . . . 
Dunreith . . . . 
Lewisville . . . . 
Lewisville . . . . 
New Lisbon . . . 
Straughn - . . . 

MiUville 

Ashland 

New Castle . . . 
New Castle . • . 
New Castle . . . 

Kennard 

Greensboro . . 

Cadiz 

Cadiz 

Mech aniesburgh. 
Middletown . . . 
Honey Creek. . . 
Sulphur Springs. 
Sulphur Springs. 
Mt. Summit . . . 
Spring Port . . . 
New Castle . . . 
Blountsville . . . 
Mooreland. . . . 
Mooreland. . . . 
Rogersville . • . 
MiUville 



Knightstown 



March 18, 1889 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1880 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 25, 1890 
June 6, 1890. 
September 11 
September 22, 



,1890. 
1890. 



104 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continned. 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commission. 



Luther 8. Ware .... 

John Bohan 

Henry L. Mnreland . - 
Francis M. Todhunter 
Aaron McDonald . . . 
Elijah T. Spalding . . 

Perry Graham 

Silas D. Ramsayer . . 

W. M.Elkins 

William Maudlin . . . 
Samuel B. Weaner . 

Ira Bishop 

Isaac W. Gardner. . . 

Isaac Rust 

Gurney Lindley. ■ • . 

W.R. Burton 

John Johnson 

Laban Vernon .... 
Ellis P. Grubbs .... 
William A. Croddy . . 
Thomas Griffith. . . . 
Luther S. Ware .... 
Allison W. Ballen . . 



Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Kokomo 

Galveston . . . . 

Kappa 

Poplar Grove . . 
West Middleton. 

Alto 

Kokomo 

Cassville 

Russiaville . . . 
Russiaville . . . 

Sims 

Sycamore . . . . 
Greentown. . . . 
Greentown. . . . 
New LondoH . . 
New London . . 

Oakford 

Hemlock 

West Liberty . . 
Jerome 



May 2, 1890. 



Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 12, 1890, 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890, 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890, 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890, 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890. 
I 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890 
1 12, 1890, 
1 12, 1890 
I 12. 1890 
1 12, 1890, 
1 12. 1890 
1 12, 1890 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



H. M. Lambert . . . 

James Coe 

John Huckett .... 

Joel Hesler 

Jos. R. Hayette. . . 
David L. Crider . . 
Michael Smith . . . 
John W. Baker . . . 
H. M. Lambert . . . 
Fred. G. Wyman . . 
William H. Dagus . 
Roscoe A. Kaufman 
Samuel Earhert . . 
Reuben Feighner . . 
John Harvey .... 
Samuel W. Scott . . 

J. B. Harris 

WtB.L. Pritehett . . 
John A.Landis . . . 
Aaron L. Thompson 
William Sutton . . . 
Albert Smith . . . . 
Ensler G. Andrew . 
Charlton Baughman 
John T. Morris . . . 
Samuel Kilander . . 
George Watson . . . 



Roanoke . . . . 
Roanoke . . . . 
Huntington . . . 
Huntington . . . 

Bracken 

Bippus 

Andrews 

Andrews 

Huntington . . . 
Huntington . . . 
Huntington . . . 

Markle 

Huntington . . . 

Markle 

Brown's Corners. 
Maieniea . . . . 
Mt. Etna . . . . 
Monument City . 
Monument City . 
Banquo . . . . 
Pleasant Plain . 

Warren 

Plum Tree . . . 
Warren 



January 

April 

April 

April 

Apr" 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr: 

Apr: 

Apr: 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr: 

Apr: 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 



22 

22 

22 

. 22: 

1 22 

1 22 

1 22 

22, 

22 

I 22 

1 22 

1 22 

1 22 

I 22, 

1 22 

1 22, 

I 22 

1 22 

,1 22, 

il 22, 



April 22 
April 22 
April 22 
April 22 
June 18, 
June 20, 



18, 1890. 
, 1890. 

1890. 
,1890. 
, 1890. 
,1890. 

1890. 
,1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
. 1890. 
, 1890. 
, 1890. 
1890. 
1890. 



105 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op CoMMiaaiON. 


Alfred Win 




December 13, 1888 


W.O Scott 




April 21, 1890. 






April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890 




Acme 


George M.Eads 


Cortland 

Crothersville 

Crothersville 


April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890 


John W. Chambers 


April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 






April 21,1890. 
April 21, 1890. 


Edwin W.Blish 




A.J. D. Thurston 


Seymour 


April 21, 1890. 






April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 










April 21, 1890. 


Geo. W. McCarter 




April 21, 1890. 


George W. Sweaney 


Redington 


April 21, 1890. 






April 21, 1890. 






April 21, 1890. 


Alexander M.Woods 

Osear F. Lawell 

Alfred Hatton. 


Brownstown 

Brownstown 


April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
April 21, 1890. 
Mav 29, 1890. 










May 29, 1890. 









JASPEE COUNTY. 



Charles P. Hopkins 
Richard H. Porcupile. 
Elias Hammerton. . . 

Peter H.Zea 

T. H. McCuliough. . . 
Oliver P. Comer. . . . 
Theodore Hurley . . . 

Elias Marion 

J.R.Miller 

Joel F. SprigKS .... 
Alston Nichols .... 
James A. Burnham . . 
Wm. H.Churchill. . . 
Sylvester Healy. . . . 
Charles Miller .... 

William Cain 

Levi Chupp 

James A. Powell . . . 
Ireneus M. Shortridge 
Jacob M. Troxell . . . 

Wm. Bowman 

John Graves 

Charles B. Harlaeker . 
Charles A. Bonner . . 
George B. Chappel . . 

Peter Foulks 

Jasper Ravenscroft . . 
James Wiseman . . . 

R. W.Seofield 

John Maguire .... 
Daniel H. Turner . . . 



Zard , 

Zard 

Medary ville . 
Medaryville . 
Blackford . . 
Rensselaer. . 
Rensselaer. . 
Wheatfield . 
Knimon . . 
Rensselaer. . 
Rensselaer. 
Rensselaer. . 
Rensselaer. . 
Goodland . . 
Rensselaer. . 
Rensselaer. . 
DeMotte . . 
DeMotte . . 
Wheatfield . 
Wheatfield . 
Remington . 
Remington . 
Remington . 

Z.ard 

Remington . 
Fair Oaks . . 
Fair Oaks . . 
Dunnville . . 
Dunnville . . 



March 13, 1889. 
December 7, 1889. 
April 18, 1890.1 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 



106 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



JAY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






April 17, 1890. 




Dunkirk 


April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 
April 17, 1890 














Daniel E.Griner 

William Laridon 


Redkey 

Redkey 




Benjamin F. Graves 


















Samuel E. Munsey 


New Mt. Pleasant 

Portland 




William M.McKinley 

Shadrack Feltz 






Mills Corner 

Mills Corner 

Portland 

Boundary 

Portland 

Portland 








John W.Beckdolt 

W. H. Whipple 




Albert W. Enlsizer 








Elisha B. West 
















Joshua R. Matchett 
































New Corydon 

New Corydon 










June 20, 1890 


Shadraeh Felts 




July 3, 1890. 











JEFFEESON COUNTY. 





Madison 

Madison 


April 23 1890 




John W. Allen 


April 23, 1890- 


Vincent Cravens 




April 23. 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
. April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
^pril23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23, 1890 
April 23. 1890 
June 24, 1890. 




J.T.Bennett 


Kent 




Wm. L. Pommerehn 

John Dishinger 


Kent 










Benjamin F. Van Antwerp .... 


Barbersville 




John A.Buchanan 






C. L. Leonard 


Canaan 




Joseph T. Reynolds . . 








How ... 




George W. Doughett 


Faulkner 




F. J. Brandt 


Hanover 




Benjamin F. Hording 










Sterling Boudurlant 


Brooksburg 










Joshua S. Phillips 

Samuel Talbott 






Saluda 

Dupout 




Edward B. H. Owens 





107 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



"William D. Morris . . 
William T. Hughes . . 
Jeremiah Walker. . . 
Joseph Arnold .... 
Joseph Roseberry. . . 

Joseph Bay 

Wilson K. Umensetter. 
Wilson J. Barker. . . 

William Swift 

Vergil Baker 

W. H. French 

David Petree 

John Buchanan. . . . 

Geo. Wetzel 

Ellis T. Linsey .... 
David A. Vandevort . 
Albert S. Miller. . . . 

T.J.Burch 

Charles Wright. . . . 
Malcomb Corynell . . 
Morton Kellar .... 

C. C.Arniek 

John Riardon 

Alonzo P. Jones . 

Robert Torbet 

James C. Bland. . . . 



San Jacinto . 
Dupont . . . 
Butlerville. . 
Nebraska . . 
North Vernon 
North A''ernon 
North Vernon 
North Vernon 
North Vernon 
Zenas .... 
Zenas .... 
Scipio .... 
Queensville . 
Lovett .... 
Dupont . . . 
Crothersville 

Slate 

Commiskey . 
Paris Crossing 
Brewersville. 
Brewersville. 
Hayden . . . 
Hayden . . . 
tfrayford. . . 
Vernon. . . . 
Vernon . . . 



April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
ADrill5,1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 
April 15, 1890 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Marshal Ralston . . 
William S. Young. . 
Abram D. Whitside 
John T. Bergen . . . 
Thos. B. Forlander . 
Israel Watts. . . . 
John Wooley . . . . 

F.B. Maze 

John Owens 

Marshall Ralston . . 
Martin Sellers . . . 
Benton T. Lang . . . 
James M CoUett . . 
John M. Herren. . . 
S. Moore Surface . . 
Franklin L. Barger. 
James M. Robinson. 

W.T.Clark 

James K. Badgley . 
Samuel Adair. . . . 



Franklin 
Franklin 



Edinburg 
Edinburg 
Amity . . 
Needham 
Needham 
Nineveh . 
Franklin 



Greenwood . . 
Whiteland. . . 
Smith's Valley 
Bluff Creek . . 
Bargersville. . 
Providence . . 
Rocklane . . . 



May 10, 1889. 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890, 
April 22, 1890, 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 25, 1890 



108 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
KNOX COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



John Pearce 

Henry Gardner . . . 
Charles Ruby ... 
William R. Gil Qiore 
John Pearee .... 
John T. Scott .... 
John Savosee .... 
James Cullop .... 
M. P. House .... 
George M. Holmes . 
James Draper . . . 
S. A. Kincaid .... 
Wm. H.Jackson . . 
Edward McCusaken 
George W. McClay . 
John W. Burnes . . 
Hamilton Williams 
James H. Dunn . . 
William T: Martin . 
Dallas McCay ... 
John P. Anglebergar 
William Stokeley . , 
William Walker . . 
Joshua M. Camahan 
Alfred Clark .... 



Sandborn . . 
Edwardsport 
Becknell . . 
Oaktown . . 
Freelandsvilk 
Oaktown . . 
Oaktown . . 
Brueeville 
Bruceville . 
Vincennes . 
Vincennes - 
Vincennes . 
Vincennes . 
Vincennes . 
Wheatland : 
Wheatland . 
Monroe City 
Monroe City 
Monroe City 
Deckers . . . 

Vin 

Deckers . . . 
Deckers . . . 



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June 26, 1890. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



Wm.D.MeConnell . . . 

William Rickel 

Alexander G. Adams . . 

Hiram Finton 

Virgil Barber 

John P. Thoma 

Joseph Nickelson . . . 
William T. Townsend . 

Samuel B. Gay 

Cyrus M. Alward . . . . 

Andrew J. Bair 

Thomas Goodall ... 
Oliver T. .Johnson . . , 
John D. Shipley ... 
Hiram F. Biddle . . . . 
William Thomas ... 
Virton H. Gawthrop 
John J. Hoopingarner 
Samuel H. Estep ... 
John L. Geyer .... 

Simeon Lutes 

John F. Plummer . . 
Albert Parker .... 
Jeflferson A. Croy . . . 
Hamilton J. Conner . 
Samuel Caufman ... 
Allen W.Bothel . . . 
James N. Brown ... 
Samuel Widner .... 

Jos. K. Mock 

William D.McConnell 
Isaac M. Lucas .... 
Adam Gearhart . . . 
Benjamin C. OfiRns . . 
.John II. Vandermark 
Henry L. Meredith . . 
William Rickel. . . . 
Carey Doran . . . 



Beaver Dam . 
Pierceton . . . 
Pierceton . . . 
Pierceton . . . 
Claypool . . . 
Warsaw .... 
Etna Green . . 
Etna Green . . 
Warsaw .... 
Warsaw .... 
Warsaw .... 
Oswego .... 
Leesburg . . . 
South Whitley 
Packerton . . . 
Milford . . . . 
Milford .... 
Milford .... 
Gravelton , . 
Atwood .... 
Leesburg . . . 
Atwood .... 
Mentone . . . 
Silver Lake . . 
Silver Lake . . 
North Webster 
N»rtli Webster 
Syracuse . . . 
Syracuse . . . 
Sidney .... 
Packerton . . . 
Millwood . . . 
Millwood . . . 
Sevastopol . . 
Beaver Dam . 
Beaver Dam . 
Burkett . . . 



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109 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Contiimod. 

LA(JRANGE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commissioh. 



Orson L. Woodruff . , 
John MfiDonald. . . 
Aaron D. Leybert. . 
Albert F. Powell . . 
Jonathan Farver . . 
John Keim 
W. F. McKibbin . . 
John W. Wainright. 
AmosJ.Yoder . . . 
Lewis Lisher .... 

Henry Stroup 

Albert Helper 

George D. Searing . 
Edward Crandall . . 
Anthony E. Keogg . 

Jacob North 

Charles Baird. . . . 
Gilbert Rasler . . 
Locrates Canon . . . 
Albert Haskins . . . 
Lacus M. Hall ... 
Thomas H. Lilton . 
Louis E. Deal ... 
William B. Bingham 



White Pigeon . . 

Scott 

Shipshewana . . 
Shipshewana . . 
Haw Patch . . . 
Fish Lake . . . . 
Woleottville. . . 
Haw Patch . . . 
Lagrange . . . . 
Ship.shewana . . 

Ontario 

Lima 

Brighton. . . 
Greenfield Mills. 
Woleottville. . . 
Valentine . . . . 
Mount Pisgah . . 
South Milford . . 
Mongo . . . . 
Brushy Prairie . 
Lagrange . . . . 

Plato 

Lagrange . . . . 



Augus 
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April 
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:t 8, 1889. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
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26, 1890. 
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26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26. 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 
26, 1890. 



LAKE COUNTY. 



Seymour Wayman . . . 

Joseph Portz 

John M. Foster 

Charles B. Daumer . . . 

Wra. Guthrie 

J.D. Wellman 

H.B.Crawford 

Benjamin Richards. . . 
Philander Cross. . . . , 
John N. Beckman . . , 

Alex Graether 

John Kappieman . . . , 
Byron M.Cheney . . . . 

J.H.Irish 

Byron M.Cheney . . . , 
Charles E. Djumer . . . 
Josephus H. Irish. , . , 
J. Q. A. Sparks . . . . , 
H. P. Crawford .... 
Charles J. Wilson. . . , 
William H. Watts . . 

Jesse Rayden 

Seymour Wayman . . 
Williard Halsted . . 
•Tohn Kappieman . . . 
Matthew W.Jory. . . 
Sylvens P. Van Winkle 
Timothy Cleveland. . 
John N. Beckmann. . 

John H. Myer 

Anthony Seidler . . . 

Jacob Scholl 

Benj . F. Hathaway . . 
Andrew Henderson. . 
Timothy Serjeant . . . 
Byron F. Cross .... 
Charles H. Sanders . . 
Martin J. Sanders . . 
Wm. U. Northrup. . . 

John Love 

Patrick J Kelly . . . 



Merrillville . . 
St. Johns . . 
Le Roy . . . , 
Hessville . . , 
Hammond . 
Hammond . , 
Hammond . 
Hebron ... 
Creston . . . , 
Brunswick. . 
Toleston . . , 
Lake Station 
East Chicago . 
Hammond . 
East Chicago 
Hammond . 
Hammond . 
Whiting ... 
Hammond . 
Highlands . 
Ross Station . 
Clarke Station 
Merrillville . 
Ainsworth. . 
Lake Station 
Hobart ... 
Crown Point 
Crown Point 
Brunswick . 
Cedar Lake . 
Dyer .... 
Sehererville . 
Palmer . . . 
Hebron . . . 
Hebron . . . 
Creston . . . 
Lowell . . . 
Lowell . . . 
Lowell . . . 
Creston . . . 
Hobart. . . . 



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1 11, 1888 
1 11, 1888 
1 11, 1888 
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July 16, 1890. 



110 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

LAPOETE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



Elmer G. Bunnell . . 
William H.Beahm . . 
Roderick W. Carothers 
Major D. Sollovvay . . 

Joel C. Foster 

Israel G. Lewis . . . 
Wm. W. Lampherc . . 

JohnWilk 

Cephas S. Dibble ... 
Cornelius Eastwood . 
PaulJ.Corbly .... 

Eli Smith, Sr 

George Blessing . . . 

Edward King 

Jacob Wile 

Jacob Folant 

Wm.T. O'Brien . . . 
Jerome E. Gilchrist . 

Frank Bowell 

George Dawson .... 
Wm. Johnson .... 
George W Dollinger . 
Nicholas Hiser .... 
Geo. C Bear • ■ . . 
John L. Andrews . . . 
George Huckics . . . 
Arthur M. Brewer . . 
Frank M. Emigh . . . 

Peter Shunk 

Vroman Aker. • . . 
Frank Scarborough. . 
Abraham L. Logan . . 

Sylvester Mill 

Daniel Shaw 

John Ha.hn 

George W. Corner, Sr . 

Daniel Brown 

Elmer G. Bunnell . . 
F. W. Aug. Gross . . . 

Aaron Snyder 

Williiim Goodwin. . . 
Alva Triplette .... 
James O'Reilly .... 

John Wilk 

Amos R. Rodgers . . . 
Calvin W. Connor . . 



New Carlisle . 
New Carlisle , 
Hatch's Mill . 
Rolling Prairie 
Laporte .... 
Laporte . . . 
Michigan City 
Michigan City 
Michigan City 
VV aterlord . . . 

Otis 

Laporte .... 
Laporte ..... 
Laiiorte . . . '. 
Rolling Prairie 
Laporte . . ._. 
Rolling Prairie 
Laporte .... 
Mill Creek . . 
Mill Creek . . 
Stillwell. . . . 
Laporte .... 
Laporte . . . 
Door Village . 
Westville . . . 
Westville . . . 

Otis 

Wanatah . . . 
Wanatah . . . 
Union Mills . . 
Union Mills . . 
Knightsburg . 
Tracy ..... 
Walkerton . . 
Walkerton . . 

Hanna 

Hanna 

Wanatah . . . 
Wanatah . . . 
Lacrosse. . . . 
Lacrosse .... 



'January 7. 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 18P0. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22. 1890. 
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April 22,1890. 
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April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
June 12, 1890. 
June 26, 1890. 
toeptember 17, 1890. 



LAWKENCE COUNTY. 



Calvin R. Aley . . 
Wm.B.Chrisler . 
William H. Smith 

Levi Fry 

Wm. B. Chrisler . 
John Younger . . 
James L.Dillman 
John Russell . . 
Thomas N. Pierce 
Harvey S. Di.von . 
Frank Eiselo . . . 
Henry J. Sowder . 
Isaac Bonham . . 
Russel Wagner . . 
W. A. Sears . . . 
Anthony W.Jones 
Columbus Moore . 



Guthrie . . . 
Bedford . . . 
Bedford . . . 

Erie 

Bedford . . . 
Huron . . . . 
Huron . . . . 
FortRitner . 
Tunnelton . 
Heltonville . 
Heltonville . 
Silverville 
Fayetteville 
Mitchell . . 
Mitchell . . 



December 26, 1888. 
January 7, 1889. 
April 2!^, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April a5, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 2.5, 1890. 
April 26. 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
April 25, 1890. 
May 2.-1, 1890. 
May 23, 1890. 



Ill 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



LAWKENCE COUNTY-Continned. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commissiok. 


John T Wicker 


Bono 


May 23, 1890. 


John A. Smith 

David W.HoUiman 


River Vale 

Leesville 


May 23, 1890. 
May 23, 1890. 
May 23, 1890. 






May 23, 1890 




Springville 


May 23, 1890. 


James H.Crawford 

Wm. P. Evans 


iMitchell 

Bedford 


June 13, 1890. 
June 17, 1890. 









MADISON COUNTY. 



Wm. A Swindell . . 
David Franbarger . , 
Samuel Denton . . . , 
John L. Arthur . . 
Amos H. Williams . , 
Joshua E. Vinson . 
Joel Swallon .... 
Joshua B. Vinson . 
Solomon Perry ... 
Frank A. Fork ... 
John H. Brown ... 
Wm. C.Fleming . . 
Benj. F. McCarty, Jr 
Joseph Keicher . . . 
Amos Williams . . . 
Joalison Swallow . 
Ward L. Roach . . . 
John Samuels ... 
Thomas J.Campbell 
Jacob Ludick . . . , 
John Skinner . . . , 
Robert Dyer . . . . , 
Stephen E. Fisher . 
Charles C. Studley 



Alexandria 
Elwood . . 
Fortville . 



Alexandria . 
Summitville 
Alexandria . 
Alexandria . 
Pendleton . 
Pendleton . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson . . 
Anderson ■ . 
.Markland . . 
Summitville 
Elwood . . . 
Elwood . . . 
Frankton . . 
Linwood . . 
Fortville . . 
Perkinsville 
Lapelle . . 
Lapelle . . . 



November 24, 1888. 
December 19, 1888. 
April 8, 1889. 
April 8, 1889. 
June 26, 1889. 
November 15, 1889. 
February 1, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 24 1890. 
June 16, 1890. 
June 23, 1890. 
October 6, 1890. 
October 6, 1890. 



MARION COUNTY. 



Charles B.Feibleman 
Richard M. Smock . . 
Fremont Alford. . . . 
Charles H. Jones . . 
Ezra G. Martin . . . 
Lewis H. Todd .... 
Levi White ....... 

John Caylor 

Geo. T. Tomlinson . . 
Archibald Glenn . . . 
John G. Holler .... 
William Berry . . . . 
Henry F. Wann. . . . 
Samuel H. Howard . . 
Seath W. Wray . . . . 

Robert Dunn 

Joseph Foltz, Jr. . . 
Chas H. H. Rentseh. . 

James Turner 

Oliver W.Allen. . . . 
Wm. M. Brown . . . . 



Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis 
Haughville . . 
Haughville . . 
Haughville . . 
Cumberland . . 
Irvington . . . 
Southport . . . 
Glenn's Valley 
New Bethel . . 
Oakland .... 
Mapleton . . . 
Indianapolis . 
Irvington . . . 



West Indianapolis 
Clermont 



11 5, 1888. 

:i 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5. 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

11 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 

11 5, 1888. 

il 5, 1888. 
December 19, 1889. 
March 18, 1889. 
June 24, 1889. 
September 18, 1889. 



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112 



JITSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Luke Walpole. . . . 
Robert Dunn .... 
Luke Walpole. . . . 

Carl Habich 

James Johnson . . 
Milton H. Daniels. . , 
Chas.E. Willard . . 
Oliver W. Allen. . . . 
Elias Hishshire . 
George B. Elliott . . 
Walter L.Northam . 
Henry McWorkman 
Alexander Culberton 
John W. Curd. . . . 
Wm. J. Wallace. . . 
Vincent Myers . . . 
Ezra G. Martin . . . 
Wm. M. Brown . . . 
George Jeffries . . . 

Levi White 

Rezin Hammond . . 
E. WBray. . . . 
John D. Haworth . . 
Samuel Strode . . . 
Jno. G. Holler. . . . 
Robert Amos .... 
Rezin Hammond . . . 



Indianapolis 



Indianapolis . . . 
Indianapolis . . . 
Indianapolis . . . 
Indianapolis . . . 
Brightwood . . . . 
West Indianapolis 



Broad Ripple 
Broad Ripple 



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April 
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April 
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April 
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11, 1890. 
18, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 

15, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16. 1890. 
16. 1890. 

16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 
16, 1890. 



MAES HALL COUNTY. 



A. J. Wickizer . . . . 
Alfred N. Boeardus. 
George A. Williams. . 
Harley A. Logan . . . 
William S. Blue. . . 
Nathaniel Clark . . , 
Elijah Devore. • • • 
Luther W. Carpenter 

Simon Hanes 

Daniel Kehler . . . . 
Obediah H. Minard . . 
Charles F. Cooper. . , 
John J. Vangundy . . 
Christian Seller, Jr . , 
Michael B. Snider . . 
.John Kunz . . . . 

Rudy Y. Shirk . . . , 
Jonathan Lemert . . 
Robert S. Shaffer . . 
Jonathan Wolfe . . 
Sylvanus S. Unger . , 
James M. Lowry 
Adam AVoods .... 
John S. McCoy . . . 
Moses Keyser ... 
Leonard D. AUeman 



Maxinkuckee 
Marmont . • 
Plymouth . . 
Plymouth . . 
Inwood . . . 
Argos .... 
Maxinkuckee 
Bourbon . . . 
Bourbon . . . 
Bourbon. . . 
Bourbon . . . 

Ilion 

Bremen . . . 
Bremen . . . 
Linkville . . 
La Paz. . . . 
Teegarden . . 
TynerCity. . 
Plymouth . . 
Donaldson. . 
Argos .... 
Walnut . . . 
Argos .... 
Bremen . . . 



December 19,1888. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890, 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17,1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17,1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
April 17, 1890. 
September 15, 1890. 



113 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



MAETIN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



I. R. Dunaway . . . 
Jeremiah M«sier . . 
John W. Cuningham 
IraD.Caples .... 
William T. Hen . . 
David D. Gore . . . 
John CumiDgham. . 
William Marshall. . 
Joel C. Lyon . . . 
William U. Wallace 
Richard H. Parker . 
Leonard Sherrell . . 
Samuel Smith. . . . 
Abraham Richman . 
David Mosier .... 
John Wright .... 

Jesse Peek 

Abraham H. Love . , 
Uriah Clements ... 
Warren Lyons ... 
John A. Davidson . 
Wm. B. Truelove . . 
Daniel B. Tinkle . . 
.lohn Thompson. 
Philip A. bimmons . 
Thomas Brown . . . 
Prank M. Gruber . . 
Philip A. Emmons . . 



Indian Springs . 

Shoals 

Mountain Spring 

Cale 

McCameron . . . 
McCameron . . . 
Dover Hill. . . , 

Bramble 

Trinity Springs , 
Indian Springs . 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals 

West Shoals . . 
West Shoals . . . 
Shoals ...... 

Loogootee . . . . 

Loogootee . . . 
Loogootee . . . . 

Haysville . . . . 

Loogootee . . . . 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Hillham . . . . . 
Lost River. . . . 



November 30, 1888. 
August 6, 1889. 
August 23, 1889. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19. 1890. 
September 4, 1890. 
September 18, 1890. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



Oliver Jenkins . . . 
Arteraus W. Dawes . 
Joseph Shroek, Jr. . 
James B. Feeleviler 
Jerry S. Burkholder 
William P. Ireland . 
Courtney McKee . . 
Samuel Bahney. . . 
William 1. Leffel . . 
Geo. M. Gamble. . . 
Geo. L. Allen .... 
H.W.Baltimore . . 
John Shilling .... 
Willis Oattin .... 
John W. Bowman. . 
John R. Thorn - . . 
John M.Fox .... 
James B. McKinstry 
John W . Reder ■ . . 
James W. Marquis . 
William Hemplemer 
Frank Ewing .... 
John W. Garretson . 
William H.Kling. . 
George W. Daniels . 
Daniel F. Deish. . . 
Thomas R. Jones . . 
Jesse M. Himshaw . 
John 0. Frame . . . 
Oliver Jenkins . . . 
John Cham 



Peru 

Peru 

Peru 

Denver 

Mexico 

Gilead 

Gilead 

Perrysburg . . . 
Perrysburg . . . 

Chili 

Chili 

Chili 

Peru 

Peru 

Sant.i Fe. . . . . 

Peru 

Peru . . ... 

Bunker Hill . . 
Bunker Hill. . . 
Bunker Hill. . . 

Miami 

Bennett's Switch 
Wawpecong . . 
Wawpecong . . . 
North Grove. . . 
North Grove. . . 
North Grove. . . 
North Grove. 

Macy 

Macy 



March 13, 1889. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19. 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19,1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1860. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19. 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 



8— Sec. 



114 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

MONROE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datr op Coi1UI86I*H. 



Nevil Mikeel 

Honma.n J. Gentry . . . 

Adam J. Wall 

Wm.H.Herr 

James F. MorgaH .... 
James M. Rogers .... 
Stephen T. (iillaspy. . . 

John Ballenger 

David Pierson 

Richard N. Denton . . . 

Wm. Duncan 

James Bruieear 

Richard W. Carr . . . 
Archibald Fleener . . . 

James F. Jones 

William H. McCallough 

J.T.Smith 

L. A. Underwood .... 

W.M.Kinser 

John Eads 

Chesley Aeuff 

William L.Williams . . 
James B. Robinson . . . 
Jasper Vandeventer . . 
William Powell. . . . 

Adam J. Walls 

James F.Morgan . . . . 
Theodore J, Louden . . 
Archibald Fleener . . . 
William Duncan .... 
Thomas Lamkins .... 

Geo. N. Brock 

William H. Kerr . . . . 

John Adams 

David A. Pierson . . . . 

George East 

Berry Owens 

Stephen T. Gillaspy . . 
William M. Reeves . . . 



Stinesville. . . 

Ellettsville . . 

Fleener . . . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Ellettsville . . 

Stanford. . . . 

Bloomington . 

Clear Creek . . 

Bloomington . 
Kirkville 
Harrodsburgh . 



Bloomington . 
Bloomington 
Harrodsburgh . 
Smithville. . . 

Todd 

/* Hen's Creek . 
Stinesville. . . 
Stinesville. . . 
Bryant's Creek 
Bryant's Creek 
Fleener . . 
Fleener .... 
Bloomington . 
Bloomington . 
Bloomington . 
Bloomington 
Bloomington . 
Unionville. . . 
Unionville. 
Bloomington . 
Bloomington 
iJuena Vista. . 
Buena Vista. . 
Ellettsville . . 
Ellettsville . . 



April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888, 
April 11. 1888. 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
April 11, 1888 
December 23, 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890, 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890, 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 



1889. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Walter D. Jones . 

Wm. G. Clark . . . . 

Amos Ebrite 

Isaac N. Earl . . . . 

Jonathan Hughes. . . 

George A.Moore. . . 

John L.Hawkins ■ . . 

Aaron O. Walter . . . 

WinfieldS.Goslin . . 

Pendleton Hanna. . . 

.Josenh M. Oliver . . . 

Frank McQillsaid. . . 

.lohn C.Chumasers . . 

John W. Ramsey . . - 
Jesse W. Cumberland. 

Joseph Gal breath. . . 

Walter D. Jones. . . . 

Richaril D. Harper . . 

Lucius D.Coyner. . . 

William T. Wright . . 

John R. Vannice . . . 

George W.Mikels. . . 

.James Peterson. . . . 

William Campbell . . 

James M.Otterman. . 

Harvey Miller 

William C. Barton . . 



Alamo 

New Richmond , 

Wingate 

Waynetown . , 
Waynetown . . . 

Alamo , 

Yountsville . , 
Brown's Valley 
Waveland . . . , 
Parkersburgh . , 
Whitesville . . , 
Crawf'ordsville , 
Crawfordsville , 
Crawfordsville , 

Linden 

Linden 

Darlington . . , 

Colfax 

Darlington . . 
Darlington . . , 
Darlington . . , 
New Ross ... 

Mace 

Ladoga 

Ladoga 



March 7, 1889 
June 13. 1889. 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890, 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890, 
April 19, 1890 
AprU 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890, 
April 19, 1890 
April 19. 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1«90 
April 19,1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890, 
October 4, 1890 



115 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of CoMMissroff. 



John H. Maxwell . . . . 
Stephen Chenoworth . . 
James M. Baldwin . . . 
Phillip Crutchfield . . . 

Wm. Badford 

David S. Dodson . . . . 
John W. Thompson. . . 

Robert Pearcy 

Reuben Aldrich 

Henry Wright 

E. E. Thomas 

George Smith 

Jno. H. Thornburgh . . 
Allen T. Manker . . . 
Richard Hayworth . . . 

William Brown 

William H. Parker . . . 
William R. McCracken. 

Geo. A. Long 

Jos. L. Stout 

O.F. McClellen. . . . 
Stephen H. Chenoweth . 
Andrew J. Baldwin. . . 

James M. Ham 

William Bowman. . . . 

William Fowler 

William J. Bragg. . . . 
Andrew J. Baker . . . . 

James Single 

Wm. N. Hodges 

Silas Johnson 

George F. Nelson . . . . 



Martinsville Apr 

Martinsville Apr: 

Martinsville Apr 

Mahalasville Apr 

Cope ... Apr 

Cope Apr: 

Waverly Apr 

Banta Apr 

Waverly Apr: 

Brooklyn Apr 

Mooresville Apr 

Mooresville . ' Apr 



January 15, 1889. 
January 11, 1890. 



Mooresville 
Brooklyn . . 
Centerton . . 
Monrovia . . 
Gasburg . . . 
Wilbur. . . . 

Hall 

Eminence . . 
Lake Valley. 
Wakeland. 
Wakeland . . 
Martinsville. 
Martinsville. 
Paragon . . . 
Whitaker . . 
Martinsville. 
Godsey . . . 
Mooresville . 



Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 



1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
111,1890 
111,1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11 , 1890 
1 11, 1890 
111,1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
111,1890 
1 11, 1890, 
111,1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
111,1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 
1 11, 1890 



June 9, 1890. 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



Isaac W. Bemenderfer 
Joseph P. Holloway . 
Wm. A. Lyons .... 

Wm. Miller 

Robert W. Monroe . . 
James F. Beckner, Jr. 
Abraham Heilman . . 
Nathaniel Light . . . 
James B. Dickson 
Robert Henderson, Jr. 
James E. Carney . . . 
John R. Linton . . . 

S. E. Kelsey 

Josepb H.Wells . . . 
Mahlon DeWolf. . . . 

Wm. H.Ray 

Samuel MeCorkle. . . 
Arthur B.Clinton. . . 
Benjamin P. Warr . . 



Morocco . 
Mt. Aye . 
Mt. Aye . 
Kentland 
Kentland 
Kentland 
Brook . . 
Kentland 
Goodland 
Goodland 



Lake Village 
Lake Village 
Rose Lawn . 
Rose Lawn . 
Brook .... 
Brook .... 



March 12, 1889. 



April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18, 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18 
April 18, 
April 18 
April 18 



,1890 
,1890 
, 1890 
, 1890, 
,1890 
.1890, 
,1890 
, 1890, 
,1890 
,1890 
,1890 
, 1890, 
,1890 
,1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
,1890 
,1890 



116 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Contimied. 

NOBLE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Frank K.Eaton. . . . 
Worth B. Cassel. . . . 
Enos D. Messimore . . 
W.H.Bassett. . . . 
Henry Long. . . . , 
Andrew Jackson . . 
Peter Sisterhen . . . , 
William Roberts . . . 
F. Marion Stage. . . , 
Nathan B. Hathaway. 
John H. Lozier . . . , 
Jefferson Addis ... 
George C. Seymoure . 
James Cummingham , 
John P. McWilliams . 
William W.Bowen . , 
John M. Brackney . . 
Herman Lang. . . . , 
Eden H. Fisher ... 
.John W. Emeriek. . . 
Lucius E. Goodwin 
Milton Lyman . . . . 
Dennis Boszor . . . . 
George H.Fairbanks . 

Peter Dolan , 

Charles Simon . . . . 
W. James Hogue . . . 

Geo. W.Roof 

William O.Williams 
Jos. W. Geseman . . 



Cromwell . . 
Wilmot 
Cromwell . . 
Ligonier. . . 
Ligonier. . . 
Ligonier. . . 
Ligonier. . . 
Wawaka. . . 
Wawaka. . . 
Ligonier. . . 
Albion . . . 
Merriam. . . 
Wolf Lake . 
Merriam. 
Albion. . . . 
Albion. . . . 
Ripley. . . . 
Brimfleld . . 
Rome City. . 
Kendallville, 
Kendallville. 
Kendallville, 
Avilla . . . . 
Avilla . . . . 
Avilla . . . . 
Swan. -. . . 
La Otto . . . 
Albion. . . . 
Albion. . . . 
Albion. ». . . 



Apr' 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr; 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
122,1: 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890. 
1 22, 1890 
1 22', 1890 
122,1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
I 22, 1890 
I 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890, 
1 22, 1890. 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 



OHIO COUNTY. 



Farrington Hannah 
Jacob Weaver . . . 
Farrington Hannah 
Robert C. Cooper . . 
Joseph Q. Pate . . . 
Elizah L. Turner . . 



Rising Sun . 
Rising Sun . 
Hartford . . 

Pate 

Bear Branch 



March 12, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14,1890. 



OEA.NGE COUNTY. 



Leonidas R. Grigsby . . 
David F. Robbins . . . . 
William H. Harrison . . 
David M. Hii'elson . . . 
Lewis C. Haworth. . . . 

John L. Russell 

James J. Baker 

Harrison Morgan . . . . 
George I. Burton . . . 
Charles P. Munger . . . 

Silas D. Griffin 

Jacob C. Woner 

George Koland 

Henry Riggs 

Robert Kirkland . . . . 
George W. Crow . . . . 
David Danner. . . . 
William R. Lashbrooks 

Robert Parks 

John B. Lynch 

John E. Martin 

John A. Chastain . . . . 

William Busick 

William Busick. . . . . 



Paoli 

Paoli 

Chambersburg . 
Saltilloville . . 
Saltilloville . . . 

Orleans 

Orleans 

Orleans 

Orangeville . . . 

Orleans 

West Baden . . . 

Huron 

French Lick . . 
French Lick . . 
Newton Stewsirt 

Helix .• 

Greenbrier . . . 

Fargo 

Rego 

Stamper's Creek 

Valeene 

Valeene ..... 



December 8, 
March 8, 1889 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

I 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

I 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

1 22. 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

I 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890. 

1 22, 1890, 

1 22, 1890. 

I 22, 1890. 

1 22. 1890. 

1 22. 1890. 
May 6, 1890. 
October 13, 1890. 



117 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
OWEN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Isaiah Harris . . . 
Silas R. Meek. ■ - . 
William Hawkins. . 
James C. Thacker. . 
Wm. H.S.Carter . . 
Noah H.Smith . . . 
William 0. Brothers 
Isaac H. Harris . . . 
John Staut .... 
Armstrong Kerr . . 
John D. McCormick 
R B. Tolever . . . . 
John J. Sunerlott . . 

Levi Huber 

F. M. Wigal 

John Wampler . . . 
John J. Cooper . . . 
Samuel S. Sharp . . 
Henry N. Fiscus . . 
Benjamin F. Mugg . 



Freeman . . 
Freedom. . . 
Freedom. . . 
Kimball . . . 
Arney .... 
Coal City . . 
Cataract . . . 
Vandalia . . 
Spencer . . . 
Patricksburg 
Coal City . . 
Vandalia . . 
Quincy . . . 
Gosport . . . 
Spencer . . . 
Spencer . . 



December 20, 1888. 
March 22, 1889. 



1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23 1890 
23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 
1 23, 1890 

__,_..! 23, 1890. 

August 9, 1890. 

August 11, 18M 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



PARKE COUNTY. 



Jas. Glass 

William Knowles . . 
William L. Mclntire . 
Jacob J.Hendrix.Sr . 
George W. Tipton . . 
Loften M. Teague . . 
George W. Branson 
William McCutcheon 
William P. Floyd . . 
James B. Sutherlin . 
Henry Durham . . . . 
David T. Dunlap . . . 
Jacob Lineberger . . 
Solomon Dixon . . . 
Edward Barnes . . . 
Aquilla Hixon . . . . 
William Bucher . . . 
John C.Gilkeson . . . 
Albert Nance . . . . 
John Bridgewater . . 
Samuel M. Thomas . 
James Nicholson . . . 
John Spencer . . . . 
John R. Wasson . . . 
George W. Greene . . 
Edward Barnes . . . . 



Rockville . . . 
Roekville . . . 
Mar.-hall . . . 
Judson ... 
Lusk's Springs 
Lusk's Springs 
Sylvania . . . 
Montezuma . . 
Montezuma . . 
Armiesburg . . 
Rosedale . . . 
Roseville . . . 
Rosedale . . . 

Odd 

Bridgeton . . . 

Lena 

Bellmore . . . 
Parkeville . . 
Parkeville . . 
Annapolis . . 
Bvran 



December 11, 1888. 
March 12, 1889. 
June 6, 1889. 
June 14, 1889. 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
•Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890, 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890, 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890, 

1 22, 1890, 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 

1 22, 1890 



June 18, 1890. 



PERRY COUNTY. 



William Heck 

David R. Hubbs ... 
Jacob Leingang .... 

Alonzo Carter 

Henry Stroud 

Wm. M. Sprinkle .... 
Wm. W. Humphrey . . 
Clement J. Cunningham 
Hillary V. Watson . . . 

Martin V.HhU 

James F. Connor .... 

R. F. Harrison 

JosiahJ.Heix 

George T. Mosby .... 



Cannelton . . 
Tell City . . . 

Troy 

Cannelton . . 
Doolittle Mills 
Branchville . . 
Adyeville . . . 
Adyeville . . . 

Bono 

Derby 

Rome 

Derby . . . . . 
Lily Dale . . . 
Bristow . . . . 



21, 1890 
21, 1890 
21, 1890 
21, 1890 
21, 1x90 
21, 1890 
21,1890 
21, 1890 
21, 1890 
21, 1890 
21,1890 
21, 1890 
21, 1890 
21, 1890 



118 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

PIKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



Henry Fields 

Greenfield Crow . . . 
Lyman B.Cook . . . . 
A. W. Selby , . . . . 
Leyman B.Cook . . . 
Reuben M. Copehart . 
W. J. Richardson . . 
George W. MeAtee . . 
Robert Edmonson . . 
Daniel Sullivan . . . 
James W. Bilderback 
Henry Sholders . . . 

Henry Buse 

John L. Miller . . . . 
Morgan Philips . . . 
Gabriel Adkerson . . 
David R. Chambers . 
John F. Wagley . . . 



Petersburg 
Velpin . . 
Survant 
Bowman . 
Petersburg 
Otwell . . 
Otwell . . 
Spurgeon . 
Spurgeon . 
iStendal . . 
Oatsville . 
Oatsville . 
Glezen . . 
Ayreshire . 
Union . . . 



March 20, 1889. 
June 18, 1889. 
September 11, 1889. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19,1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19.1890. 
April 19,1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 18£0. 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890. ' 
April 19, 1890. 



POKTER COUNTY. 



Geo. Williams 

David McHenry 

Tipton B. Louderbaek . . 
Guy Pratt . ...... 

Edna L. Whitcomb . . . . 

•J. Baker Hawkics . . . . 

Hugh Dotzer 

0. F. Jones 

Thomas Longsdorf . . . . 

Elijah Adsit 

John C. Cole 

John Gossett 

David McHenry 

Timothy Farrell 

Charles W. Batterton, Jr . 

James H. True 

Jas. Stephens 

AVilliam H. Robinson. . . 
Porter A vies worth . . . *. 

John J. Beattie 

Alvin Gay 

Bphraim Jones 

Henry Brummiit . . . . 

John J. Beattie 

James H. True 

David B. Reynold . . . . 



Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso • 
Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso . 
Wheeler . . 
Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso . 
Woodville . . 
Salt Creek . . 
Chesterton . 
Hagerman . . 
Kouts . . . - 
Kouts . . . . 
Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso . 
Hebron . . . 
Hebron . . . 
Valparaiso . 
Tassinong . . 
Furnessville 
Hebron . . . 
Kouts . . ■ . 
Burdick . . 



March 14, 1889. 
March 7, 1889. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23,1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
June 25, 1890. 
August 1, 1890. 
September 17, 1890. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



Arad K. McCabe . 

William P. Ford . 

Jos. B. Williams . 

Wm. P. Daniel . . 

Charles Gibson . . 
Henry L. Jones 
William N. Daley 

James Wiley . . . 
Wm.P.Ford 

Jos. Stephens . . . 

Jas. M Barton . . 

Adam Mann . . . 

Franklin Price . . 

Matthias Winter . 



Mt. Vernon 



Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Vernon 

New Harmony . . . 
New Harmony . . . 

Poseyville 

Cynthiana 

Parker's Settlement 

Griffin 

Wadesville 



January 26, 1889. 
July 24, 1889. 
October 24, 1889. 
October 16. 1889. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22,1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 



119 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



PULASKI COUNTY. 



NAME. 




John Steiner .... 
Samuel R. Johns 
Benjamin R. Faris . 
David Thornton . . 
William May .... 
Samuel Miller . . . 
John W. Louderback 

J.P.Wood 

Noah R. Freeman . 
Henry M. Riffle . . . 
John M. Conn . . . 
Andrew Rater . . . 

A. Tague 

Charley Myers . . . 
Solomon Zehner . . 
Peter A. Fol mar . . 
George Liming . . . 
Comfort G. Stewart . 
Frank Byers .... 
James B. Low . . . 
John Slile 



Pulaski 
Lakeside . 
Medaryville 
Medaryville 
Winamae . 
Winamac . 
Pulaski . . 
Pulaski . . 
Winamae . , 
Winamac . 
Winamac . 
Denham . . 
Francesville 
Francesville 
Monterey . 
Monterey . 
Star City . 
Star City . 
Francesville 
Medaryville 
Winamac . , 



Date of Commission. 



April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 26, 1890 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



John Kisterson 

Samuel CoUiver 

Homer Fox ♦. 

L.M.Scott 

Frank Scott 

Jas. Priest 

John Woodall 

Isaac S. Perry 

John Hamaker 

Theodore George . . 

Levi S. Worrell 

Reuben Perkins 

W. E. Wendljng 

Patrick H. Bishop 

John T. Clive 

William P. Camden 

John Eurnside 

Thomas Sutherlin 

C.W.Curry 

Joseph T. Walters 

Daniel B. Eggers 

A.J.Albright . 

Marshall B. Girton 

Thomas Morlan 

William I. Bries 

Leonard Fortune 

M. C. Bridges 

Evan Cline 

Thomas J. Owens 

Jas. T. Denny 

Walter Ashton 

Jas. Bee 

James McCorkle 

Saul Marshal 

M. C. Bridges 



Bainbridge . . 

Bainbridge . . 

Belle Union . . 

Belle Union . . 

Clinton Falls , 

Clinton Falls . 

Putnamville . 

Putnamville . 

Putnamville . 

Belle Union . . 

Wheaton . . . 

Roacbdale . . 
New Maysville 
Carpentersville 

Roachdale . . 
Raccoon .... 

Russellsville . 
Morton .... 

Russellsville . 

Fillmore . . . 

Groveland . . 

ReeL-iville . . . 

Reelsville . . . 

Lena 

Greencastle - - 

Fillmore . . . 

Cloverdale . . 

Cloverdale . . 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Clinton Falls . 

Brick Chapel . 

Greencastle . . 
Cloverdale . 



April 29, 1890 
April 29, 1890 
April 29, 1890 
April 29, 1890 
April 29, 1890 
April 29, 1890 
April 29, 1890 
April 29,1890, 
April 29, 1890 
April 29, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22,1890. 
April 22, 1890 
April 22,1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
April 22, 1890 
May 2, 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 
May 2, 1890. 
June 20, 1890. 



120 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
EANDOLPH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



-John Brady 

Samuel C. Fiddle . 
Wm. W.Canada . . 
John R. Wright . . . 
■ James M. Thomas . 
William W. Canada. 
Thomas N.Rash . . 
Geo. A. Edward. . . 

Jno. Barnes 

Henry M.Brown . . 
James W. ( lark. . . 
• Samuel C. Fiddle . . 
Abraham H. Oren. . 
Wm. C.Porter . . . 
James N. Johnson 
William Lumpkin . 
Calvin B. Gilliam. . 
Henry H.Brooks . . 
Thomas W.Mills . . 
Robert M.Friddle . 
Howill B. French . . 
John A. Fountain. . 

Jacob Shall 

Peter W.B.Lo? . . 
Joseph H. Hinkle . . 
Andrew J. Dixon . . 
William Smith . . . 
Orla E. Green ... 
WiUiaii^ A. Mills . . 
Oliver K. Karnes . . 
Silas S. Clark .... 
John B. Kinney. . . 

Levi James 

Wm. F. Studebaker. 



Windsor , 



Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Bloomingsport 

Rural 

Lynn 

Arba 

Spartanburg. . 
Windsoi- .... 
Goodview . . . 
Losantville . . 
Losantville . . 

Modoc 

Modoc 

Cerro Gordo . . 
Trenton .... 
Fairview . . . 
Brinkley . . . 
Deerfield. . . . 
Saratoga. . . . 
New Pittsburg. 
Think Castle . 
Harrisville 
Union City . . 
Union City . . 
Farmland . . . 

Parker 

Farmland . . . 
Ridgeville . . . 
Ridgeville . . . 
Ridgeville. . . 



December 10, 1888. 
June 13, 1888. 
June20, ISr" 



Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 24, 1890. 
1 24. 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 21, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1891). 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890, 
1 24, 1890. 
I 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
I 24, 1890. 
I 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 
1 24, 1890. 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



..James R. Perrj' . . . . 
William H. Willson . 
Thomas W C. Bassett. 
Daniel K. Marsh . . . 
Wm.H. Willson . . . 
Erasmus Knapp . . . 
Jonathan W. Green . . 
7'homas ,f . Vanosdol . 
Charles W. Hatch. . . 

A.W.Buell 

John Mathews . . . . 
Francis M. Merrill . . 

Samuel Cox 

Herman T. Schleeter . 

Henry Wilke 

Perry Myers 

Herman Bruns . . . . 

Jos. Webber 

Wm. A. Stowe 

Ezra Thackrey . . . . 

Ira J. Rounds 

Thomas Morris . . . . 
Nicholas Morback . . 
Newton Hyatt. . . 
Nicholas Morback . . 
Charles W. Hatch. . . 
Lorenzo D. Vidits. . . 



Versailles . . 

Versailles . . 

Delaware . . 

Elrod . . . . 

Milan . . . . 

Benham . . . 

Cross Plains . 

Milan . . . . 

Sunman . . . 

Bennville . . 
New Marion . 

Holton. . . 

Holton. . . . 

Napoleon . . 

Napoleon . . 

Sunman . . . 

Morris . . . . 

Batesville . . 

Ballstown . . 

Delaware . . 

Delaware . . 

Osgood. . . . 

Osgood. . . . 

Osgood. . . . 



December 27, 1888. 



:1 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 
il IS, 1890. 

18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
1 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
il IS. 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
il 18, 1890. 
June/20, 1890. 
August 6, 1890. 
August 11, 1890. 



Apr: 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr- 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



. 121 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
RUSH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



John F. Hackelman . 
Willis P. Storms . . . 
John W. Alsman . . . 

Jas. Smart 

Frank A. Mull . . . . 
Valentine Hess . . . . 
George W. Connor . . 

John Hume. 

Isaac J. Boring . . . . 
John J. Wilson . . . . 
Wm. S. Newhouse . . 
James M. Kirkpatrick 
Francis M. Rhodes . . 

Edward Hood 

Archibald F. Martin . 
Harrison S. Carney . . 
Wm. A. 0. Goldsmith. 

Dudley Wells 

Thomas Helman . . . 
Willis P. Storms . . . 
Thomas E.Bottorfl . . 



Charlottesville 
Arlington . . . 
Arlington . . . 
Manilla . . . . 

Manilla 

Moscow . . . . 
Moscow . . . . 

Milroy 

Rushville . . . 

Sexton 

Rushville . . . 

Mays 

Mays 

Raleigh ■ . . . 
Glenwood . . . 
New Salem . . 
New Salem . . 
Richland . . . 
Andersonville. 
Arlington . . . 
Richland . . . 



April 19,1890, 
April 19. 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19. 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890. 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
June 17, 1890. 
September 23 



1890. 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



Samuel B. Wells . 
Wm. G. Harrod. . 
Isaac Cnker. . . . 
iiewis Wilson. . . 
Benjamin Phillips 
Robert T. Greene . 
John B. Butt . . . 
Thomas G. Lee . . 
Phillip W. Denser 
Jesse B. Blocher . 
John C. Richey . . 
James T. Wilson . 



Scottsburg. . 
Seottsburg. . 
Vienna. . . . 
Scottsburg. . 
Lexington. . 
Lexington. . 
Oard Springs 
Austin. . . . 
Alpha . . . . 
Blocher . . . 
Leota .... 



December 11, 1889. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18. 1H90. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
April 18, 1890. 
September 16, 1890. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Sampson Meiks. . . . 
TliHddeus D. Lewis . . 
Ashbel W. Swain . . . 
Ferdinand Treon . . , 
Hugh F. Hoskins . . 

Allen Conger 

Wra.M. Deiwert . . . 
John G. Thompson . . 
Reuben Hendriekson. 
Kimble E.Midkifif . . 
Wm. W. Curtis . . . . 
Thomas J . Crayeraft . 
David Louden . . . 
Joseph D. Lacey . . . 

Wm. Barnes 

Wm. L. McCarty . . 

Wm. Meloy 

Adin Thurston . . . . 
James T. Rush . . . . 
George F. Walker . . 
Geo. W. Markland . , 

Lewis E. Eoss 

AVm.V.Fox 



Mt. Auburn . 
Edinburg . . 
Winterrowd . 
Winterrowd. 
Sulphur Hill. 
St. Paul . . . 
Meltzer . . . 
Waldron. . . 
Shelbyville . 
Shelbyville . 
Shelbyville . 
Prescott . . . 
Fenn's. . . . 
Smithland. . 
Bengal. . . . 
Boggstown. . 
Boggstown. . 
Fairland. . . 
Fairland. . . 
Noah 



December 17, 1888. 
June 7, 1889. 
September 18, 1898. 
April 28. 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1S90. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28. 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28. 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28,1890. 
April 28. 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 



122 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

SHELBY COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datr of Commission. 


Leander Creek . . ". 

William C. Spohn 

Jacob Kepple 


Noah. 

Manilla 

Ray's Crossing 


April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 
Anril 28. 1890. 


Wm.N.SIeeth 

Henry B. Cole 

Spencer R. Barnett 

Seth Ferris 


Freeport April 28, 1890. 

Morristown i April 28, 1890. 

Fountaintown April 28, 1890. 

Fountaintown Anril 28. 1890. 


Oliver C. Stites 




April 28, 1890. 
April 28, 1890. 


Andrew J. Breedlove 


Sugar Creek 



SPENCEK COUNTY. 



J.B. Ashby 

I.H.Taylor. . . .*. 
James Pedigo . . . . 
Charles F. Niles . . 
John L. Stewart . . 
J. C. Gorman . . . . 
A. C. Eiceman . . . 
James 1). Price . . . 
Mathias Eiden . . . 
Augustine Grenlich 
John A. Grenlich . . 

Paul Ender 

Thomas Enlow . . . 
William H. Reck . . 
G.W. Sotten . . . . 
Andrew Jackson . . 

I). J. Smith 

Wm. M. Smith . . . 
Daniel Carey . . . . 
Abraham Sandage . 



Eureka . . . 

Lake 

Rockport . . 
Piockport . . 
Rockport . . 
Newtonville . 
G-randview . 
Newtonville , 
Troy. . . . 
Fulda . . . . 
St. Meinrad . 
Maria Hill. . 

Dale 

Gentryville . 
Gentryville . 
Chrisney. . . 
Chrisney. . . 
BuflFaloville . 
Chrisney. . . 
Gentryville . 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
July 8 



15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1S90. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
IS, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
15, 1890. 
1, 1890. 



STAKKE COUNTY. 



George T. Elder 

Alexander Horner . . . 
L. B. Cochenour .... 

Absalom Jones 

John G. Kratli 

Milo D. Eatinger .... 

George P. Barr 

Julius Martin 

Henry Z.Roberts . . . 

Julus Marten i 

Wm. Shaffer 

Jona. Stepler 

Joseph Rogers 

L.L.Williams 

Warren B.Rust 

Mathias Hames 

Absalom Price 

Lencer C. Records . . . 

Albert Miller 

John G. Krotlie 

Sylvester A. McCraekin 

George Barr 

John Eatinger 

Dickerson B. Kellogg. . 
Charles J. Dan ielson . . 



Knox .... 
Monterey . . 
Knox .... 
Hamlet . . . 
Knox .... 
North .ludson 
North Judson 
Hamlet . . . 
San Pierre. . 
Hamlet . . . 

Ora 

Monterey . . 
Knox .... 
Burr Oak . . 
Grovertown . 
Hamlet . . . 
AUdine . . . 
Alldine . . . 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 
Knox .... 
English Lake 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
Augu 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



16. 1888. 
16, 1888. 
16, 1888. 
16, 1888. 
16, 1888. 
16, 1888. 
16, 18,S8. 
16,1888. 
16, 1888. 
St 9, 1889. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22. 1890. 
22; 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 
22, 1890. 



123 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Wm.Brummitt. . . 
Thomas J . Garoutte 
Stephen D. Stack . . , 
Wm. B.Wright. . . 
Hugh P. Cahill ... 
Alexander Curtis . . , 
Melville W. Mix . . 
Edwin Cadwell ... 
Wm. B. Jackway . . 
Dickson S. ScoUern . , 

Jo.seph Mikel 

John Anthony . . . . 
Cornelius D. Bennet , 
Charles Chamberlain 
Wm. B. Deitrich . . , 
Jason I. Darnon . . . 
David F. Wharton . . 
Jason D. Rush . . . , 
Dennis D. Bates . . . 

James Dice 

Silas George 

James Shoemaker . . 
David Shanower . . . 
Monroe Steiner . . . . 



South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
Mishawaka . . 
Mishawaka . . 

Osceola 

New Carlisle . 
New Carlisle . 
Wakarusa, . . . 
Woodland . . . 
Granger . . . . 
South Bend . . 
Nouth Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
North Liberty. 
North Liberty. 
South Bend . . 
Walkerton . . 
Walkerf.on . . 
Lakeville . . 
Lakeville . . . 



December 15, 
September 20, 
April 19, 1890, 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19,1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19,1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19,1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19,1890, 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 
April 19, 1890 



1889. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



John W. Goodale 




February 8, 1889. 
June 25, 1889 


Mark A. Clarke 








June 25, 1889. 
June 25, 1889 
September 10 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21, 1890 
April 21. 1890 
July 2, 1890. 




Joel G. Shutts 






Hezekiah Thomas 




, 1889 


John G. Black 


Orland 




Charles Cook 

B. J. Goff 


Jamestown 




Jas.Bas&ett 






William Balch 


Ray 




George A. Smith 

Josiah Phillips 

Mark R. Ciark 

Geo. W. Powers 


Fremont 

Ray 

York Center 

Metz 

Fremont 

Ellis 




Nelson J. Letts 

W.W. Ellis 




Andrew J. Light 


hillis 




A. Jud.son Cobin 

Wm.W. Squire 


Angola 

Angola 




Tracy Sowle 








Lake Gage 

Flint 








John B. Raub 

Alonzo Teeters 


Salem Center 

Hudson .... 




Daniel Pray 


Turkey Creek 

Pleasant Lake 

Pleasant Lake 

Hamilton 








Homer Watkins 




John Bevington 


Metz 




Jacob Rummel 






A. Morlev 






J.W. Goodale 

Adam W. Meek 


Metz 











124 

JLTSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



NAME. RESIDENCE. 

1 


Date of Commission. 


Wm. I. Gaskins 




December 12, 1888. 






March 22. 1889. 


E. L. Wilkinson . . 




July 2, 1889 
August 22, 1889 


B. W. Luzader 




Wm.T. Gaskins 




April 11, 1890. 


Geo. T. Duckworth 




April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11. 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April n. 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 


Joel Hendricks 

William H. Snider 

Wils n Trueb'iood 

David Bolinger 


Farmersburgh 

Shelburn 

Fairbank 

Fairbank 




"William Mathias 

Baiton W. Luzader 


Graysville 

Sullivan 






April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 
April 11, 1890. 




Buell 

Dugger 

Pleasantville 

Pleasantville . . .... 

Paxton 


Joseph Hanford 


Henry J. McClare 

James A. Watson 


April 11, 1890. , 
April 11, 18i'(». 
April 11, 1890. 
April n. 1890. 
April 11,1890. 


John W. Burnett 

Wm. T. Reid, .-jr 


New Lebanon 









SWITZEKLAND COUNTY. 



Melchoir L Duplan 

Levi Orem 

John C. Morgan . . 
David H. Boyle ■ ■ . 
William S. Kincaid 
George W.Turner . 
Melchoir L. Duplan 
Wm.T.Dailey . . . 
Francis M. Brown . 
Samuel W. Wade 
Thos. W. Edrington 
Wm. W. Downey . . 
Jas. W. Poston . . . 
John W. Lock . . 
John F. H'luze . . . 
Hannibal Ffirrell . . 
Thomas B. Dow . . 
John D. Pavy . . . 



Florence . 
Bennington 



Centre Square . 
Vevay . . . 
Mark land . . . 
Florence . . . 
Markland . . . 
Quercus Grove 
Patriot . . . . 
Patriot . . . . 
Allensville . . 
Sugar Branch . 
Moorefield . . 
Aaron . . 
Bennington . . 

Vevay 

Vevay 



March 28. 1889. 
June 20, 1889. 
October 1, 1889. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14. 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14,1890. 
Ar)ril 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



John W. Watkins . 
.James Ridgeway . . 
James Oilar .... 
Moses Wood . . . . 
Thos. J. Haggard . 
Jacob Layman , . . 
SamualT.StoUard . 
Jacob C. Ryhn . . 
William Young . . . 
W.F. Bennett . . . 
0. .J. Osborn .... 
Wm. C. Davisson . . 
Richard N. Cording 
Jonathan Baugh . . 
John Holladay . . . 
George H. Oglebay 
Samuel P.Crawford 



Battle Ground . . 
Battle Ground . . 
Battle Ground . . 
Montmorenci . . . 
Montmorenci . . 

Lafayette 

Lafayette 

Lafayette 

West Point . . . . 
Farmers Institute 



Shawnee Mound 



Lafayette 
Romney . 
Stockwell 



June 12, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24. 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 21, 
April 24, 
April 24. 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 
April 24, 



1889. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 
. 1890. 

1890. 

1890. 

1^90. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 

1890. 



125 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Coutinued. 

TIPPECANOE COUNTY— Continued. 



• NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Isa P. Northrop 


Clarkhill , . . . . 


April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 
April 24, 1890 




Benjamin F. Wallace 










C. 0. Stallard 


Buck Creek 




Noah Justice . . . , 


Lafayette 






Lafayette 









TIPTON COUNTY. 



Lemuel Jack .... 
John H. Tranbarger 
Ueorge W. Fippen . 
Martin M.Smith . . 
Henry Kleyba . . . 
John W. Wallace . . 
William J. Scudder 
Jesse P. Mount . . . 
David D. Summers . 
John C. Henderson . 
John M. Adkinson 
Jacob Barrow .... 
David F. Hutcheson 
John Carter . 
Benjamin F. Brown 
Henry Z. Harbit . . 



Hobbs 

New Lancaster 
Tipton .... 
Jackson .... 
Tipton .... 

Wiles 

Groomsville . . 
Kempton . . . 
Golasmith . . 
Nevada .... 
Sharpsville . . 
Windfall . . . 
Curtisville. . . 
Windfall . . . 



April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
April 22, 1890. 
August 22, 1890. 
September 8, 1890. 



UNION COUNTY. 



James H. Johnson , 
Allison (rardner . . 
John J. Leonard . . 
James Blair . . . . 

Jas. Scott 

William H. Sites . . 
Josephus Sample . - 
Ellis L.Mullen . 
William H. Stevens 
(leorge Maze . . - 
Charles B Ragan 
William W. Lafuze , 
-Jacob Shank . . . - 
Edwin E. Druly . 
Alexander Waiting 



Liberty . . . . 
Cottage (Jrove 
Liberty . . . . 
College Corner 
College Corner 
Billingsville . 
Quakertown 
Quakertown . 
Liberty . . . . 
Brownsville . . 
Brownsville . . 
Liberty . . . 
Brownsville . . 
Boston . . . . 
Abington . . . 



April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 
April 



23, 1890 
23, 1890 
23, 1890 
23. 1890 
23, 1890 
23, 1890 
23, 1890 
23. 1890 
23, 1890 
23, 1890 
23, 1890 
23, 1890 
23. 1890 
23, 1890 
23, 1890 



VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 



George W. Nexsen . . 

J. W. Pierce 

James Crist 

William T.Delang . . 

Jeff Taylor 

John Groben 

Richard Litchfield . . 
Frederick Woehler . . 
William R. Vann . . . 
Samuel C.Taylor. . 
Henry W.Elmendorf . 
Martin Klauss . . . . 
Sylvester Speieher . . 
Joseph P. Elliott . . . 

IPaul Kuehn 

Thomas J. Mooney . . 



Evansvilje. 
Evansville. 
Cypress . . 
Cypress . . 
Armstrong. 
Inglefleld . 
Inglefield . 
Evansville. 
Evansville. 
Evansville. 
Evansville. 
Evansville. 
Evansville. 
Evansville. 
Evansville. 



May 14, 1890. 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14, 1890 
April 14. 1890 



126 



JUSTICES OJ THE PEACE— Continued. 



VERMILLION COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Fred Rush 

Rezin Metzger .... 

Rezin Metzger 

Henry E. Cade .... 

Elias Gouty ...... 

John H. Lashley . . . 
John G. Hesler .... 

Wm.P. Carmaek . . . 
William P. Genson . . 
Albert Henderson. . . 

Pred Rush 

John S. Houchin . . . 
Albert R. Mahan . . . 

Jas. M.Moore 

Florence W. Hamilton 
Charles D. Runnion . 
Charles D. Runyan . . 
Jacob Marble 



Dana. 



Perryville . . 
Perryville . , 
Gessie . . . , 
Eugene . . 
Cayuga . . , 
Newport . . 
Newport. . , 
Quaker Hill 
Dana . . , 
Hillsdale . , 
St. Berniee . 
Clinton . . 
Clinton . . , 
Clinton . . 



December 10, 1888. 
December 18. 1888. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. 
April 23, 1890. • 
June 11,1890. 
June 17, 1890. 



VIGO COUNTY. 



Geo. W. Moreland . . . 
Joseph M. Wildy . . . . 
Abraham B. Felsenthal 
Wm.P.McCarty . . . . 
John B. MeCoskey . . . 

Wm. Shomar 

JohnB. Wible 

Wm. Smith 

John W. Devol 

Marion Lightner . . . . 

Alfred Hedges 

Geo. McDonald 

Wm. H. Criss 

James Huntwork . - . . 
Nathaniel Donham. . . 

Lewis Mayor 

William E. Lowers . . . 
Joseph L. Bushnell. . . 
John P. Webster . . . . 
Barney Gallagher. . . . 
Franklin S. Ebright . . 

Madison Waits 

John Martin 

Frederick Vermillion . 
James W. Watts . . . . 
William R. Little. . . . 
William O.Kintz. . . . 
Francis M. Howe . . . . 
John H. Watts 



Fontanet . . 
Terre Haute. 
Terre Haute. 
Terre Haute. 
Youngstown. 
Prairieton . . 
Prairieton . . 
Prairieton . . 
Prairie Creek 
Prairieton, . 
Pimento . . . 
Farmersburg 
Lewis . . . . 
Pimento . . . 
Riley . . . . 
Riley . . . . 
Seeleyville . 
Burnett . . . 
Coal Bluff. . 
Fontanet . . 
Ellsworth , . 
Heckland , . 
New Goshen. 
Sandford. . . 
Sandford. . . 
Maxville . . 
St. Mary's . . 
Maxville. . . 
Coal Bluff. . 



December 18, 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


189 1. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


i8yo. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


:i890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


18iKJ. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


April 11 


1890, 


April n 


1890. 


April 11 


1890. 


June 13, 


1890. 



1888. 



127 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
WABASH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commission. 



A.F.Sala 

J.W. Egnew 

Harmon G. De Puy . . 

Isaac Jay 

William L. Russell . . 
Abraham Dillmaa . . 
"Thomas Meranda . . . 
William A. Ridgley . 
Wm. J. Abbott . . . . 
Joseph W. Taylor. . . 
John C. F. DeArmond 
Phillip Hanfield . . . 
William Stewart . . . 
Jacob W. Sutton . . . 

Levi Kindley 

Dennis W. Wilson . . 
Theodore W. McClure 
George R. Weesner . . 

John Wiley 

David C. Cassatt . . . 



North Manchester. 

La Gro . . 

Wabash 

Rich Valley . . . . 

Wabash 

Silver Lake . . . . 

Laketon 

North Manchester. 
Liberty Mills . . . 
Pleasant View. . . 

Roann 

Urbana 

La Fontaine. . . . 
La Fontaine. . . . 
Lincolnville. . . . 

La Gro 

La Gro 

Somerset . . . . . 

Somerset 

Wabash 



June 7. 1889. 



Feb 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



■uary 15. 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17. 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
I 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
I 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 
il 17, 1890. 
1 17, 1890. 



August 8, 1890. 



WARREN COUNTY. 



Edward S. Hobart . . 
Jordan B. Roberts . . 
Samuel C. Fisher . . . 
Reuben H. Evans. . . 

John R. Slifer 

Nicholas A. Sevadley. 

Wm.R. Street 

Michael H. Torpey . . 

■G. H. Bessee 

Horatio Wright . . . . 
Adam W. Wainscott . 
Marion Kiger . . . . 
Jordan B. Roberts . . 

Wm. W. Sales 

R.R.Walker 

•O.W.Osburn 

Robert Martin . . . . 
Ezra MeClaflin . . . . . 
Thoma.= Moore . . . . 
William H. Evans . . 
Bd.S. Hobart 



Williamsport . 
Williamsport . 
Williamsport . 
Pine Village. . 
Pine Village. . 

Ambia 

Ambia 

Green Hill. . . 
Green Hiil. . . 
Green Hill. . . 
Boswell . . . . 
Marshfield. . . 
West Lebanon. 
West Lebanon. 
Independence . 
Williamsport . 
Williamsport . 
Hedriek . . . . 
Hedriek . . . . 



December 6, 1889. 
December 6, 1889. 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 29. 1890 
1 29, 1890 
1 29, 1890. 
1 29, 1890 
I 29. 1890 

May 3, 1890. 

May 3, 1890. 



WARRICK COUNTY. 



William Z. Selby . . . 
Valentine Harmuth. . 

John 0' Grady 

Paul A. Bracher . . 
Robert Jeffries . . . . 
David L. Miller. . . . 

John Briel 

■James Greer 

Henry F.Jerrett . . . 
Alexander C. Stuckey 
Isaac E. McSwanee . . 
Benjamin G. Cox . . . 
-Joel A. Taylor . . . . 



Yankeetown, 
Yankeetown 

Booneville. , 

Booneville. ■ 

Booneville. . 

Canal . . . . 

Canal . . . . 

Ditney. . . , 

Elberfield . . 
Lynnville . 

Lynnville . , 
Scalesville. 
Selvin ... 



Apr: 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 



1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 
1 24, 1890 



128 

.JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

WARRICK COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






April 24, 1890, 




Folsomville 

Newburgh 


April 24, 1890. 


Henry Hachhatter 


April 24, 1890. 
April 24, 1890. 






April 24, 1890. 


James J. Byers 

"Wm B Cain 




April 24, 1890. 




April 24, 1890. 




Tennyson 

Tennyson 


April 24, 1890. 


John W. Hunt 

G B T Medcalf 


April 24, 1890. 
July 1, 1890. 









WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



John E. Bilyen .... 
Edward N. Conner . . 
Henry F. McTeeters . 
Joseph M. Seifres . . . 

Reason Lane 

William B. BottorfiF. . 
Christian Prow .... 
Benjamin Wheeler . . 
Logan D. Voyles . . . 
James B. Berkey . . . 
James M. Canble . . 
Peter C. Stalker .... 
David K. Ashabranner 

BliElrod 

Elisha F. Charles . . . 

Ivy Harmon 

William H. Kirk . . . 

John Cromer 

John F. Green .... 
Henry C. Coats .... 
Charles A. Link. . . . 
Thomas M. Kelly . . . 



Livonia 

Lesterville 

Lawler 

Rush Creek Valley 
Campbellsburg . . 

Ft. Ritner 

Campbellsburg . . 

Salem 

Hitchcocks .... 
Harristown .... 
Chestnut Hill . . . 

Pekin 

Pekin 

Organ Springs . . . 
Hardinsburg . . . 
Fredericksburg . . 
Fredericksburg . . 
Martinsburg. . . . 
Saltilloville ... 
Livonia 



March 22, 1888. 

June 14, 1888. ' 

August 17, 1888. 



1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 J9, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

1 19, 1890. 

Se"ptember4. 1890. 

September 27, 1890. 



Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr' 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr: 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



Albert W.Bradbury 
Samuel Crosby • . . 
Henry F. Fricker . . 
Mathan Marshall. . 
Benj. C. Stanley . . 
John S. Crittenden . 

Peter Karch 

Abiather N. Lamb . 
Benjamin F. Brown 
Lewis H. Davis . . 
Cornelius E.Wiley . 
James A. Wineberg. 
John M. Manning . 
Pleasant W. Harris. 
John Jacob Miller 
Albert W. Bradbury 
William B. Reed . . 
Cornelius B. Murray 
Maberry M. Lacy . . 
Frank L. Strong . . 
Thomas H. Frazier . 
James F. .Schlagle . 
Isaac P. C. Steddom 
Jacob L. Halteman . 
John S. Lyle .... 
Benjamin F. Harris. 



Abington . . . 
Abington . 

Boston 

Boston 

Centreville . . 
Centreville . . 
Greensfork . . 
Greensfork . . 

Dalton 

Bethel 

White Water 
Williamsburg . 
Williamsburg . 
Jacksonsburg . 
Cambridge City 
Dublin. . . . 
Hagerstown . . 
Fountain City. 
Fountain City. 
Economy • . 
Economy . . . 
Webster .... 

Milton 

Richmond . . . 
Richmond. . . 



December 11, 1888. 



Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Ai>r 

Apr 

Ap 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 



22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890, 
1 22, 1890 
.1 22, 1890, 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
,1 22, 1890, 
1 22, 1890 
I 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 
il 22, 1890 
I 22. 1890 
1 22, 1890 
1 22, 1890 



129 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



WELLS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Jobn W. Cowens 
Melvin D \< illi 'Tds 
llarvey J. Ilhony . 
Diivid r. Siniib . . 
Ati' rew Linn 
FerdinHnd Effinerer 
rrHiiklit) M. .Vlcisiure 
.laoob (t. Mf, urdy 
J. H, U.. fucker . . 
Uriah KMhar 
Francis M. Thurber 
J:IIlieS K. Bcrity 
Charles i». Howard 
Kobert Y. Walker 
J hn A. Byrd . 
Hiram Niokeifon 
l^owal J Sutton 
J hn VV. Swteny 
J. 0. Houser . . 



Nottingham 
ReifiFsburg 
I'illinan . 
Bluffton . 
Reiff-burg 
hiuBton . 
Vern Cruz 
Bluffton . 
Bluffton . 
Markle . 
Ofsian . . 
Ossi^n . . 
Liiierty Center 
Liberty Center 
Zinesviile 
Markle 
L in caster 
Bluffton . 
Poueto 



Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Aur 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Aiir 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

A 

Apr 



1 19, 1890. 
I 19. 1890. 
I 19. 1«90. 
1 19. 1890. 
I 19. 1890. 
I 19, 1890. 
1 19. 1890. 
I ivt. ]^90. 
I 19, 1890. 
I 19, 1^90. 
I 19, 1890. 
I 19, 1890. 
I 19, 1890. 
1 19. 1890. 
1 19. 1^90. 
I 19. 1890. 
I 19, 1890. 
I 19, 1890. 



May 27, 1890. 



WHITE COUNTY. 



Calnb M. Conner . . . 

f'oloiuoii Radt-r . . . . 

Th m-s .J. McOord . . 

Albeit J. Calkins . . . 

En sT. C..|e 

Matthew Hendnrson . 

Nathan C P. ttit . . 
John E. \V(.rthington 

Senior U. Dobbins . . 

John r. R.,der . . . 

J hn W S-hneider . . 

Riberi F. Jones. . . 

Riehird S eveuson . . 

J s Speiicer 

Jrreuiiah Winter . . . 

Charles Henry . . . . 

r P. Tho.nns 

Wiiliiiui Truax . . . . 

Win. Stockton . . . . 

Eiios T. Cole 

Leroy Noland . . . . 

Andrew I'. Allen . . . 

Joseph L.H.ll . . . 

J>hn A. Washburn . . 
A.J. Howe .... 

C. 11. .■^ch river . . . . 

Hen y B. Huber . . . 

John Sor <ler . . . . 

J lines Willi ice . . . . 

Jiuiies Chilton . . . . 

Fratjk B. nhum . . . 

KdgHT Kc' t'uson . . . 

B-ir.jainin F. Ross . . 

Albert J. Calkins . . . 

Gdorge Tyrill . . . . 



Monon . . . 
JVlonon . . . 
Monon . . . 
Momieello 
Monticello . 
Muiitietllo . 
Wolc.tt . . 
SeMtield . 
Burnettsville 
I lavil e . . 
.VIonticello . 
Buffalo . . . 
Wolcott . . . 



Reynolds . . 
Reynolds . . 
Mouon . . . 

Lee 

Monon . . 
iMaville . . . 
Headlee . . 
Round Grove 
Bound (jrrove 
Chalmers 
Chalmers . . 
Brooks on . . 
Brookston . . 



June 

June 

June 

Dece 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

A|)r 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Apt 

Apr 

Atir 

Apr 

Apr 

Apr 

Aiir 

Apr 

Apr 

\' r 

June 

J une 

July 



14, 1889. 

14. 1889. 

15, 188y. 
ruber 17.1889. 

18, 1890. 

18. 1890, 

18, ISiiO. 

18.1890. 

18. 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, 18^0. 

18 1890. 

18, 189i). 

18, 1891). 

18, 1890. 

18, 1H90. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, ]h90. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1S90. 

18 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1K90. 

IH, 1890. 

18. 1890. 

18, 1890. 

18, 1890. 
11, 1890. 
17. 1890. 
2, 1890. 



9— Sec. 



130 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Comhission. 



Albert P. Wantz . . 
Harry 8. Menaugh . 
Samuel H.Sickt'oose 
Henry M. Bowser . . 
Alvin H. King . 
Thomas Jellison . . 
Cieero Nobles .... 
Levi Adams .... 
Jacob Bowl by . . . 
Henry 0. Scott . . . 
John Wilson . . . 
Chas. D. Stickler . . 
Casper W.Lamb . . 
Ephraim K. Strong 
John Q. Adams . . . 
Ozias'J. Uaertae . . 
John W. Brock . . . 
Q-eorge Haptey . . . 
I-'aac Shaffer .... 
Wil iam Swartz . . 
James I). Butt . . . 
William A.Sumney 
Elmer E.Stites . . . 
William A. Blain . 
Casper W. Lamb . . 
Isaac Sheafer .... 



South Whitley 
Collamer . . . 
Lqrxill . . . . 
South Whitley 
Larwill . . . . 
Lorane . . . . 

Heela 

Hefia 

Goblesville . . 
Peabody . . . 
Columt,ia City 
Columbia < ity 
Columbia City 
Columbia City 
Laud . . . . 
Saturn . . . . 
Coesse . . . 
Coesse . . . . 
Churubusco . . 
Collins . . . . 
Churubusco . . 



March 18, 1S89. 
September 18. 1889. 



il 17, 1890. 

il 17, 18H0. 
17, 1H90. 

il 17, 1890. 

il 17, 1890. 

I 17,1890. 

il 17. 1890. 

il 17, 1890. 
17, 1890. 

il 17, 18^0. 
17. 1890. 

11 17. 1H90. 

il 17, 1S90. 

il 17. 1890. 

il 17,1890. 

il 17. 1890. 

il 17, 18y0. 

il 17, 1890. 

il 17. 1890. 

il 17. 1890. 

il 17. 1890. 
June 9. 1890. 
June 9, 18 0. 
June 9, 1890. 



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Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
Apr 
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142 



COMMISSIOFERS OF DEEDS FOR INDIANA RESI- 
DENT m OTHER STATES. 



Commissioned by the Governor During Fiscal Years Coramendngi 
November 1, 1888, and Ending October 31, 1890. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCE. 



STATE. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



James E Mills .... 
Monroe Crannell . . . 
Murray Hanson ... 
Philip A. Hoyne ... 

E. H.Oloud 

Tho.s.Kilvert 

Gharles F. Lunt . . . 

Lipumn Levy 

Runs K. Mc-Uarg . . 
Howard Douglass . ■ 
Edward S.Jones . . . 
Simeon W. King . . . 

Otis Kgan 

Gilbert Elliott .... 
Wm. Jenks Fell . . . 
Julius Robertson. . . 
J. Kemp Uartlett. . . 
James L. Pease. . . . 

Wm. F. i.ett 

George S. Grover. . . 
D A. Clement .... 
Chas. W. Sparbawk • 
Vincent Rusemon . . 

John Noble 

Charles Nettlet^n . . 
Chas.Edsar Mills . . 
Theo. D. Rand .... 
Charles laylor ... 
D. F Kronacher . . . 
Samuel Jennison. . . 
Albert 11. Osborn. . . 
Hi-nry E.TMintor. . . 
Kinley .). Tener . . . 
John A. Hillery . . . 
Ph. II. llnffman . . . 
Geo. W Hunt .... 
Augustus 11. Read . . 

W. H. Lvford 

Th s J Hunt .... 
G. Evett Reardon . . 
Maloney C Soniat . . 
George II. Tnylor. . 
Alex .nder Ridgway . 
Fred. Wm. Englefield 
Jos T. Harrison . . . 
Thos. B. Clifford. . . 
S. A. Emanuel . . . 
Thos. W F.dsom . . . 
Chas. (;.StPvens . . . 
Augustus F. Warr . . 
Frank T. Hunter. . . 
M «rciis W. Morton. . 
Francis Hloodgood. . 
Jno. W. Bruns .... 

Emil Frenkle 

Chas. D. Greene . . . 
Francis ^ m. Rawle . 
Ghas. S Bundy . . 
Wm.D.Van Pelt. . . 



Sacramento City 
Albany . . . . 
Biltimore . . . 
Chicago .... 
Philadelphia . 
,\ew York City 
New York City 
Cincinnati. 
New York City 
Cincinnati . . 
Boston. . . . 
Chioigo . . 
Phil idelphia 
St. L'uis. . . 
Philidelphia 
St. Louis. . . 
Baltimore . . 
'I oledo. . . . 
New York City 
St. Louis. . . 
Spokane Falls 
Piiiladelphia 
New York City 
Dub in. 
New York City 
New York City 
Philadelr.hia , 
New York City 
Cincinnati. . . 

Boston 

Brooklyn . . . 
Harttord. _ . . 
Philadelphia 
New York City 
B;)ltimore . . . 
Philadelijhia . 
(Chicago .... 
Chiriago .... 
Philadelphia . 
Baltimore . . . 
Ni w Orleans, . 
New York Ciiy 
London .... 
London .... 
(Jinciimati. 
New York City 
New York City 
New York City 
Saginaw .... 
Liverpool . . . 

Seattle 

Providence • ■ 
Milwaukee . . 
.lersev City 
New York City 
St. Louis. . . . 
Newark . . . . 
Washington . . 
Augusta .... 



California . . 
New York . . 
Maryland . . 
Illinois . . . 
Pennsylvania 
New York . . 
New York . . 
Ohio .... 
New York . . 
Ohio . . 
Massachusetts 
Illinois . _. 
Pennsylvania 
Missouri . • .• 
Pennsylvania 
Missouri . . . 
Maryland . . 
Ohio .... 
New York . . 
Mi.*souri . . . 
Washineton . 
Pennsylvania 
New York . . 
Irelatid . . . 
New York . . 
New Yo'k . 
Peni'sylvania 
New York . . 
Ohio ... 
Massachusetts 
New Yoi k . 
Coiinecti(!ut . 
Pi'nn«vlvania 
New York . . 
Maryland _. 
Pennsylvania 
Illinois . . . 
Illinois . . 
Pennsylvania 
Maryland . . 
Louisiana . . 
New York . . 
Rng and . . . 
Engl.md. . . 
Ohio . . . 
New York 
New York . . 
New York . . 
Mic'higin . . 
England . . . 
Washi' gton . 
Rhode Island 
Wisconsin . . 
New Jersey . 
New York . . 
Missouri. . . 
New .Jersey 
District Columbia 
Georgia 



August 7. 189-2. 
August 11. \>Ml. 
August 22, 1892. 
October 1&, I89>. 
Oc'toher2(M><92. 
October 2.^. 1892, 
October 29. 1892. 
Novembers. IK92. 
November 30, 1892. 
Decembers. 1892. 
I>eeeinber2fi. 1892. 
January 7. 189:?. 
Kebruar.v 11, 189.'?, 
Fe ruary 12, Ih93, 
February 1.3. 1893. 
March 11. 189.3. 
March 2 ,1895. 
Mareh 2.5. 1893. 
April 9. 189{. 
April 15. 1893. 
Mny 1=1, 1«93. 
Jnne 12, 189?. 
June 12. 1893, 
.July 9. 189 <. 
July 23. 189?. 
July 2fi. 1893. 
August 16. 1893. 
August 26, l»93. 
v^epte..,ber23. 1893. 
October 28, 1893. 
November 18, 1893. 
November 22, 1893. 
November 29, 189?. 
December 28. 1893. 
January 22, 1894. 
Kebruary 6, 1891, 
F bruary 20. l>-94. 
February 26. 1891. 
March 8. 1894, 
March 28. I>i94. 
April 1, 1894. 
April 1, 1H94. 
Aprils, 1891. 
April 8. 1894. 
Ap-il 29. 1894. 
May 1, 1894. 
May 8, 18v4. 
May 8. 1891. 
May 1.^, 1894. 
May 24, 1894. 
June 12.1894. 
June 18. 1894. 
June 27, 1894. 
.luly 8, 1894 
Septembers, 1894. 
Seiitember3. 1894. 
Septembers, 1894. 
Septembers, |h94. 
September 22, 1894. 



143 



COMMISSIOITERS OF DEEDS FOR OTHER STATES 
RESIDING IN IFDIAN^A. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



STATE. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



Wm. F. Petit. . . 
Benj. U. Uox . . . 
Aquilln E. J.ines . 
Wm. F. Petit . . 
ThdS. b\ Petit . . 
Win. F. Petit . . 
Wui. C. Anderson 
\V. A. Peelle, Jr . 
Job . W.BIiik-.. . 
Luther R. Martin 
Luther R. Martin 
Will. F. Petit . . . 
Wm. F. Petit . . . 
Luiher R. M.irtin 
Win. Lytle .... 
Jihn Levering . . 
Ruius H. tjiujpson 
Ths. H.Spann . 
Ch s. W. Fi.-h . . 
0. T. Cham I erlain 
E. U. B rrows . . 
Fred. Schneider . 



South Bend . 
Terre Haute 
Indianapolis 
Snuih Bend . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
South Bend . 
South Bend . 
Indianapolis 
Fort Wayne . 
Lafwyetie . . 
Terre Hnute 
Indianapolis 
Elkhart . . . 
Elkhart . . . 
Laporte . 
Urland . . . 



Alabama . , . 
Alabama . . . 
Arkansas . . . 
Caliiornia . . . 
Oregon . . . . 
Nevada . . . . 
Pennsylvania . 
South Carolina 
South Carolina 
Florida . . . . 
Maine . . . . 
Massachusetts 
Nebras-ka . . . 
Missouri . . . 
Missouri . . . 
Missouri . . . 
Missouri . . . 
Missouri . . . 
Michii^an . . . 
Michigan . . . 
Mi<higan . . . 
Michigan . . . 



Pleasure of G-ov'nr. 
Pit asure of Gov'nr, 
Pitasure of Gov'nr. 
December 18, 1889. 
Hecember 15. 1889. 
January 15, 189u. 
Moveuiber 11, 1891. 
Pleasure of Gov'nr. 
Pie sure of tJov'nr. 
Pleasure ol (iov'nr^ 
Piesisureol Gov'nr. 
December 2S, 1888. 
May 13, 1889. 
PleHSureot Gov'nr^ 
Pleasure of Gov'nn 
Pleasure ot Gov'nr. 
Pie;. suie of Gev'nr, 
Pleasure ol Gov'nr, 
May 28. 1889. 
March 30. 1891. 
March 18. 1892. 
July 20, 1892. 



144 



PROCLAMATIONS BY THE GOVEENOR. 



For Fiscal Years Commencing November i, 1888, and Ending 
October 31, 1890, the Folloiving Proclamations loere Issued by: 
Governors of Indiana : 

On ITovember 14, 1888, by Governor Isaac P. Gray, a proela- 
mation designating Thnrsday, November 29, 18s8, as a day of 
thanksgiving and prayer. 

On January 12, 1889, by Governor Isaac P. Gray, proclama- 
tion to the Sheriffs of counties of Posey, Gibson, Vanderburg, 
Warrick, Pike, Spencer and Perry, ordering special election to 
fill vacancy in office of Representative from First Congres- 
sional District, caused by resignation of Hon. Alvin P. Hovey. 

On January 29, 1889, by Governor Alvin P. Hovey, procla- 
mation ordering special election for Senator in district com- 
posed of counties of Shelby and Decatur to fill a vacancy 
caused by unseating by General Assembly of Samuel J. Car- 
penter. 

On May 10, 1889, by Governor Alvin P. Hovey, proclama- 
tion announcing the 10th day of May, 1889, as date of taking 
effect of acts ot Fifty-sixth General Assembly. 

On July 29, 1889, by Governor Alvin P. Hovey, proclama- 
tion announcing contract of State made with Indiana School 
Book Company to furnish certain books. 

On November 4, 1889, by Governor Alvin P. Hovey, procla- 
mation designating Thursday, November 28, 1889, as a day of 
thanksgiving and prayer. 

On April 14, 1890, by Governor Alvin P. Plovey, proclama- 
tion announcing completion of Insane Hospital near Rich- 
mond. 

March 1, 1890, by Governor Alvin P. Hovey, proclamation 
ordering special election for Prosecuting Attorney in counties 
of Morgan and Owen to be held on the 7th day of April, 1-90. 

August 22, 1890, by Governor Alvin P. Hovey, announcing 
Monday, September 1, 1890, as a holiday for all branches of 
labor, etc. 



145 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITU- 
TIONS OF INDIANA. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY. 

[Created by acts of March 6, 1865, and May 6, 1869.] 

Board of Trustees. 

Charles B. Stuart Lafayette. 

William A. Banks Laporte. 

Addison Bybee Indianapolis 

William II. Ragan Greencastle. 

Jasper N. Davidson Whites ville. 

Edwin P. Hammond Rensselaer. 

President of Faculty. 
James H. Smart, A. M., LL. D Lafayette. 



INDIANA STATE NORMAL SCHOOL TBRRE HAUTE. 

[Created by act of December 20, 1865. Special session] 

Board of Trustees. 

Murray Briggs Sullivan. 

Barnabas C. Hobbs Bloomingdale. 

B. F. Spann, M. D Anderson. 

Harvey M. LaFollette Indianapolis. 

Isaac H. Royce Terre Haute. 

President of the Faculty. 

W. W. Parsons Terre Haute. 



INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY — BLOOMINGTON. 
[Created by act of January 28, 1828.] 

President of Faculty. 
David Starr Jordan Bloomington. 

10 — fcEC. 



146 

The Board of Trustees. 

James L.Mitchell Indianapolis Term expires, 1894. 

Isaac Jenkinson Richmond Term expires, 1894. 

Robert S. Robertson Fort Wayne Term expires, 1894. 

Robert D. Richardson Evansville Term expires, 1891. 

Robert W. Miers Bloomington Term expires, 1891. 

Isaac P. Leyden ISTew Albany Term expires, 1891. 

James D. Maxwell ...Bloomington Term expires, 1893. 

Julius W. Youche Crown Point Term expires, 1893. 

Officers of the Board of Trustees. 

Isaac Jenkinson President. 

William W. Spangler Secretary. 

Walter E. Woodburn Treasurer. 

INDIANA INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB, 

INDIANAPOLIS. 
[Created by act of January 15, 1844.1 

Board of Trustees. 

David W. Chambers JSTew Castle. 

Charles E. Haugh .Indianapolis. 

Thomas L. Brown .Bedford. 

Superintendent. 
Richard 0. Johnson Indianapolis. 



INDIANA INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND, INDIANAPOLIS. 
[Created by act ot January 27, 1847.] 

Board of Trustees. 

T. J. Cullen, President Indianapolis. 

Jno. W. Riley, Secretary Indianapolis, 

Jno. B. Stoll, Treasurer South Bend. 

Officers. 

Elmer E. Griffith Superintendent. 

James M. King , Book-keeper. 

Mrs. Clara Nelson Matron. 

Miss Lizzie Evans Boys' Governess. 

Mrs. Lizzie Meal Girls' Governess. 



147 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF PEI^^AL AND REFORMATORY 
INSTITUTIONS OF INDIANA. 



ESTDIANA STATE PRISON NORTH — MICHIGAN CITY. 
[Created by Act of March 5, 1859.J 

Board of Directors. 

James W. French, President Lafayette. 

Levi Mock, Secretary Bluff'ton. 

James Renihan Indianapolis. 

Officers. 

James Murdock, Warden Michigan City. 

Thomas E. Donelly, Deputy Warden Michigan City. 

Charles Murdock, Clerk Michigan City. 

R. H. Calvert, Physician Michigan City. 

Rev. D. W. Breed, Chaplain Michigan City. 



INDIANA STATE PRISON SOUTH — JEFFERSONVILLB. 
[Created by Act of January 9, 1821.] 

Directors. 

Wilford B. McDonald Princeton. 

Robert E. Slater Lawrenceburgh. 

Floyd Parks Jefi'ersonville. 

Officers. 

James B. Patten, Warden Jeffersonville. 

Abel Ewing, Deputy Warden Jeffersonville. 

Charles A. Dalton, Clerk Jeffersonville. 

George U. Runcil, Physician New Albany. 

Rev. Peter J. Callap, Chaplain Jeffersonville. 



148 



INDIANA REFORM SCHOOL FOR BOYS — PLAINFIELD. 
[Created by act of March 8, 1867.] 

Board of Control. 

L. A. Barnett Danville. 

Judge Lewis Jordan Indianapolis. 

A. D. Vanosdal Madison. 

Officers. 

T. J. Charlton Superintendent. 

Alice R,. Charlton Matron. 

Hilton U. Brown Chaplain. 

Amos Carter Physician. 



INDIANA REFORM SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND WOMAN's PRISON — IN 

DIANAPOLIS. 
[Created by act of May 13, 1869 (special session). Name changed, 1889.] 

Board of Managers. 

Eliza C. Hendricks, President Indianapolis. 

Claire A. Walker Indianapolis. 

Laura Ream Indianapolis. 

Margaretta S. Elder, Secretary Indianapolis. 

Officers. 

Sarah F. Keely, Superintendent Indianapolis. 

Elmina L. Johnson, Assist't Superintendent. .Indianapolis. 

Malvina H. Aldrich, Matr'n Wom'n's Pris'n.. Indianapolis. 

Exia E. Hamilton, Assistant Matron Wo- 
man's Prison Indianapolis. 

Mary Hendricks, Matron Reform School for * 

Girls Indianapolis. 



149 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF II^DIAFA HOSPITALS FOR 

THE INSANE. 



CENTRAL INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE INDIANAPOLIS. 

[Created by act of January 19, 1816, and Miirch 11, 1875.] 

Board of Trustees. 

J. L. Carson, President Fairland. 

Thomas Markey, Secretary Indianapolis. 

Z. H. Hanser, Treasurer Columbus. 

C. E. Wright, M. D., Medical Superintendent. 
S. P. jSTeidigh, Steward. 

NORTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE LOGANSPORT. 

[Created by act of March 7, 1883.] 

Board of Trustees. 

David Hough, President Ligonier. 

Dennis LThl, Treasurer Logansport. 

Lester F. Baker South lieud. 

Joseph G. Rogers, M. D., Medical Superintendent. 

EASTERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE RICHMOND. 

[Created by act of Marc-h 7, 1885.] 

Board of Trustees. 

George W. Koontz, President Indianapolis. 

John S- Martin, Vice President Brook ville. 

M. C. Benham, Treasurer Richmond. 

Edward F. Wells, Medical Superintendent. 
Alouzo B. Riggs, Steward. 

SOUTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE EVANSVILLE. 

[Created by Act of Mnrch 7, 1881] 

Board of Trustees. 

William Rahm, Jr Evansville. 

P. H. Blue Sullivan. 

Dr. T. Wertz Jasper. 

A. J. Thomas, M. D., Medical Superintendent. 



150 



OFFICIAL REGISTER OF IITDIAIl^A BENEVOLENT 
INSTITUTIONS. 



INDIANA soldiers' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME — KNIGHTSTOWN. 

[Created by Act of March 11, 1867.] 

Board of Trustees. 

Ben. L. Smith, President Rusliville. 

Sarah E. Pittman, Secretary Bloomington. 

Harry Watts, Treasurer Knightsto wn. 

Executive Officers. 

James W. Harris, Superintendent .Terre Haute. 

Mrs. J. R. Wood, Matron Indianapolis. 

W. H, Lester, Financial Officer Indianapolis. 

INDIANA SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE-MINDED YOUTH — FT. WAYNE. 
[Created by Act of March 15, 1879.] 

Board of Trustees. 

E. A. K. Hackett .Ft. Wayne. 

Mrs. Addie New In dianapolis. 

Dr. A. H, Shaifer Huntington. 

Officers. 

John Gr. Blake Superintendent. 

J. H. Leonard Bookkeeper. 

C. H. Talmage Storekeeper. 

G. L. Paxon Stenographer. 

Miss Bell Carroll Princ. of Schools. 

Mrs. Mary E. Orr '. Matron. 



LIVE STOCK SANITARY COMMISSION. 
[Created by Act of March 9, 1889.] 

Adams Earl.... Lafayette. 

Samuel Bowman South Bend. 

George Hall.... Rusliville. 

Mortimer Levering, Secretary Lafayette. 

M. E. Knowles, State Veterinarian Terre Haute. 



151 
STATE BOARDS. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
[Created by act General Assembly 1875. | 

Harvey M. LaFollette, President, Superintendent of Public 
Instruction. 

L. H. Jones, Secretary, Superintendent of Indianapolis Pub- 
lic Schools. 

James H. Smart, President of Purdue University. 

David S. Jordan, President of Indiana University. 

W. W. Parsons, President of State Normal School. 

J. W. Layne, Superintendent of Evansville Public Schools. 

W. H. Wiley, Superintendent of Terre Haute Public Schools. 

Alvin P. Hovey, Governor of Indiana. 

STATE BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. 
[Created by act of March 6, 1889.] 

Alvin P. Hovey, Governor. 

James McCabe. James B. Black. 

Chas. A. Bookwalter, Chief Clerk. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. 
[Created by act of February 28, 1889.1 

W. Alexander Johnson, Secretary. 
Katharine D. Johnson, Clerk. 
Cornelia C. Fairbanks, * Elijah B. Martindale, 

John R. Elder, Rev. Oscar C. McCullough, 

Margaret F. Peelle, Timothy Nicholson, 

Stoughton A. Fletcher. 

soldiers' and sailors' monument COMMISSION. 
[Created by act of xMarch 3, 1887.] 

George J. Langsdale, President. 

Thos. W. Bennett ...Richmond! 

Geo. W. Johnston Indianapolis. 

fS. B. Voyles Salem. 

D. C. McCollum Laporte. 

■=• Resigned May 3, 1890. 

tUctober 29, 1890, General M. D. Manson, of Crawfordsville, was appointed to succeed S. 
B. Voyles, resigned. 



152 



STATE BOARD OP HEALTH. 
lOreated by act ol March 7, 1881.1 

John H. Taylor, J. McLean Moulder, 

John B. Weaver, Samuel S. Boots. 

BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONKRS — INDIANAPOLIS. 
[Cieated by act oi Mrtrch 5, ]88'^.l 

John B. Elam, Harry S. New, 

William Henderson. 

BOARD OF POLICE COMMISSIONERS — EVANSVILLE. 

Alex Foster, Adolph Goeke, 

Edward E. Law. 

STATE BOARD DFNTAL FXAMINFRS. 
[Created by act (General Assembly, 1879.1 

Dr. Elwood Smith. 

Dr. O. G. Hunt, President, 

Dr. M. H. Chappell, Secretary and Treasurer. 

Dr. F. S. Kirk. 

Dr. E. J. Church. 

STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 

JUNE 1890. 

[Created by act ol Mjiy 28, 1&52.] 

Alvin P. Hovey, Governor. 

Charles F. Griffin, Secretary of State. 

Julius A. Lemcke, Treasurer of State. 

Jiruce Carr, Auditor of State. 

Ira J. Chase, Lieutenant Governor. 

Louis T. Michener, Attorney General. 

John W. Coons, Secretary. 

STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 
[Created by act of General Assembly, 1889.J 

Alvin P. Hovey, Governor. 
Charles F. Griffin, Secretary of State. 
J. A. Lemcke, Treasurer of State. 
Bruce Carr, Auditor of State. 

COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC PRINTING, BINDING AND STATIONERY. 
[Created by act of General Asoerubly, 1876.1 

Alvin P. Hovey, Governor. 
Charles F. Griffin, Secretary of State. 
Bruce Carr, Auditor of State. 
Charles A. Bookwalter, Clerk. 



153 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

FUR 1890. 
[Created by act of Fobrmry 14, 1851. J 

Hon. W. A. Banks, President. 
Thos. ^N'elsou, Vice-President. Chas. E. Merrifield, Gen. Sup't. 
Alex. Heron, Secretary. Sylvester Johnson, Treasurer. 

Executive, Committee. 
Messrs. Davidson, Boggs, Dungan and Peed. 

Ist District — Robert Mitchell, Princeton, Gibson County. 
2d District — W. W. Berry, Vincennes, Knox County. 
3d District — J. Q. A. Sieg, Corydon, Harrison County. 

4th District — W. B. Seward, Bloomington, Monroe County. 

5th District — V. K. Officer, Volga, Jefferson County. 

6th District — Dick Jones, Columbus, Bartholomew County. 

7th District — E. H. Peed, IS'ew Castle, Henry County. 

8th District — S. W. Dungan, Franklin, Johnson County. 

9th District — Thomas Kelson, Bloomingdale, Parke County. 
I'ith District — J. jST. Davidson, Whitesville, Montgomery County. 
11th District — Lloyd S. Jones, Warren, Huntington County. 
12th District — John M. Boggs, Lafayette, Tippecanoe County. 
13th District — B.F.Clemans,N'orthManchester, Wabash County. 
14th District — J. A. McClung, Eochester, Fulton County. 
15th District — W. A. Banks, Laporte, Laporte County. 
16th District — R. M. Lockhart, Waterloo, Dekalb County. 



INDIANA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

FOR THE YEAR 1890. 

[Created by act of March 10, 18T5.] 

President — Jos. C. Ratliff", Richmond. 

Vice President First District — Joseph A. Burton, Mitchell. 

Vice President Second District — Dr. C. C. Cornett, Madison. 

Vice President Third District — W. A. Workman, Green- 
castle. 

Vice President Fourth District — Jesse C. Stevens, Center- 
ville. 

Vice President Fifth District— G. W. Grant, Pulaski. 

Vice President Sixth District — I. D. G. Nelson, Ft. Wayne. 

Secretary — C. M. Hobbs, Bridgeport. 

Treasurer — Daniel Cox, Cartersburg. 



154 



Executive Committee. 

J. J. W. Billingsly, Indianapolis. 
L. B. Custer, Logansport. 
Professor J. Troop, Lafayette. 

The following Commissioners were appointed by the Gover- 
nor of Indiana to attend the celebration of the centennial of 
George Washington's inauguration celebration, held in New 
York City, April 30, 1889 : 
John A. Holman, Richard W. Thompson, 



Louis T. Michener, 



Thomas H. Ifelson. 



The following delegates were appointed by the Governor 
to attend the National Silver Conventon, held at St. Louis, No- 
vember 26, 1889 : 



John M. Lockwood, 
Thomas H. Nelson, 
Wm. R. McKeen, 
Theodore P. Haughey, 
Jas. H. McNeeley, 
Russell Bement, 
Charles Viele, 
Chas. A. Parke, 
Edward B. Porter, 
John P. Frenzel, 
J. D. Bond, 
Septimus Vater, 
Isaac Jenkinson, 
William Fleming, 
John F. Johnson, 
A. J. Murdock, 
John Mitchell, 
Jas. M. Reynolds, 
A. B. Miller, 
A. F. Kopp, 



S. P. Gillett, 
John Brown, 
I. Ben. Morris, 
Morton C. Rankin, 
John M. Gaar, 
J. H. Allen, 
Ezra G. Hays, 
John Medert, 
C. W. Phillips, 
J. T. Demaree, 
Wm. F. Durbin, 
R. P. Dehart, 
R. T. McDonald, 
Jas. B. White, 
Peter S. Kennedy, 
J. B. Milroy, 
John S. Bender, 
Chas. W. Brouse, 
Sidney Conger, 
Charles Harley. 



Commissioners appointed by Governor of Indiana to attend 
National Convention of Dairy and Food Commissioners, held 
at Cleveland, Ohio, November 27, 28 and 29, 1889 : 
A. C. Remy, James B. White. 

Delegate to National Convention of Charities and Correc- 
tions, held at Baltimore, Md., beginning May 14, 1890 : 
Barnabas C. Hobbs. 



155 

Delegates to the Fourth National Convention of the Boys' 
and Girls' National Home and Employment Association, held 
at Washington, D. C, October 14, 1889 : 
Elijah W. Halford, Elizabeth Ryan, 

W. J. Richards, Mollie Hay, 

Rev. J. A. Jenckes, D. D., E. F. Ritter, 

H. A. Cleveland, Daniel Hill. 

Delegates to American Forestry Congress, held at Philadel- 
phia, Pa., October 15, 1889 : 
John B. Connor, J. C. Ratcliffe, 

Robert Dale Owen, Wm. H. Ragan, 

Jacob H. Fleece. 

Delegates to Farmers' National Congress, held at Montgom- 
ery, Alabama, commencing November 13, 1889 : 
J. M. Sankey, D. P. Monroe, 

J. A. Allen, D. C. Terhune, 

Henry F. Work, J. C. Stevens, 

R. M. Lockhart, W. H. Goodwine, 

Uriah Coulson, Robert Mitchell, 

James A. Harbison, W. M. Blackstock. 

Delegates to the International American Congress to repre- 
sent the State of Indiana, held at Washington, D. C, com- 
mencing October 2, 1889 : 
B. F. Masten, J. M. Garr, 
Hugh Hannah, N. T. DePauw, 
James L. Evans, A. C. Remy, 
Joseph D. Oliver, Adams Earl, 
John H. Bass, William Fuhrer, 
William Heilman, John Corbin, 

Especially to represent the Milling Interest of the U. S. on the part of Indiana: 

M. S. Blish, P. A. Harris, 

D, H. Ranck, Robert Ruston, 

W. H. Kidder, 

Commissioners for removal of Limestone ledge in Kankakee 
river : 

James B. Kimball Kendallville. 

J. L. Campbell Crawfordsville. 

Isaac D. Dunn, Superintendent Jasper Co., Ind. 



JUDICIAL 



JUDGES SUPREME 



COURT IN OFFICE OCTOBER 
31, 18'JU. 



DISTRICT. 


NAME. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


First 


Silas D. Onffey 

J'ibn D Bcri- shire 


January 7. 1895. 


'J'liini. 

Fourth 


Byion K. KUiott, 

vViilter Ul.is 

Jo-^' ph A S Mitfhell 


1 .nuary :^, 1X9?. 


Filth 




Clerk Supreme Court. . . 


Wm. r. Noble 


November 22, ib90. 



JUDGES CIRCUIT COURTS IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

81, 181J0. 



CIRCUIT. 



NAME. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



First 



Second . 
Third. . 
F'.urth . 
Fi th . . 
^ixth . . 
SfVHnth. 
Eighth . 
Ninth. . 
Tenth. . 



Eleventh . . 
Twelfth. . . 
Thirteenth . 
Fourteen I h . 
Fi teenth . . 
Sixteenth. 
Seventeenth 
EiKhteenth . 
Nineteenth . 



Twentieth 



Twenty first . . 
Twenty-flLCond . 



Robert D. Richardson 



Gen. L. Reinhard . . 
Willixtn T. Zemir . . 
< h '?. P Feriruson . . 
William I". Friedley, 
'J'hMiii-'s '\ li .tchelor 
W m. H. Bii'ibridge . 
.]«'.. W.Stniy. . . . 
Nel-on K. K" ys . . . 
Henry U. Duncan . . 



Osear M. Welborn . . 
(leorge W. Shaw . . 
Samuel \1 Moliregor 
John C. Brisp' . 
(jenrtre VV ({rnbbs. . 
1 eon an) J Hackney. 
David W. Cninstoek . 
Wm. II. Mnrtin 
Livingston Howland. 



John A. Abbott 



Joseph M Rabb . . 
Edward C. Suyder . 



Ai'pointed to fill vacancy 
cau ed by re,-ig ation 
ot \Vni. F. Marrett and 
to serve until -uccetsor 
is eleeteii. 

Moveiiiiier IH,. 1894. 

Oct(>her22. 1891 

November 15. 1890. 

Oet(iber22, 1S91. 

November 20. 1894. 

October 21. 1S91. 

()-toliei-24.189i. 

October 2 M89I. 

Appointed '0 fi'l vacancy 
ca,ii?ei,i by death ot E. 
I). Pear-on and to 
serve until succetsoris 
el cled. 

October 2t, 1891. 

December 1. 18H4. 

November Ifi, 1894. 

November 14, 1894. 

November 14 1H94, 

November Iri. 1891. 

October 21 1891 

November 15, 1894. 

Appointed by (jovernor 
under prox i.-^ion." of an 
a'-t of Greu' ral Assem- 
Hy, 1889, ai'd to serve 
unlil su'•e.'■^or is elect- 
ed and qualified. 

Appointed to fill va'-ancy 
cause'l by resignation 
o' Thos. .) . lethune 
and to sei ve u' til suc- 
ces or is ele' ted. 

November 15, 1894. 

October 21, 1891. 



157 



JUDGES CIRCUIT COURTS— Continued. 



CIRCUIT. 



NAME. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



Twenty-third. . 
Twenty-lourth . 
Tweniy-fi th . . 
Twenty-sixth. 
Twenty sev. nth 
•Twenty-eighth . 
Twenty- ninth . 



Thirtieth . . 
Thirty-fiKt. 



Thirty-second 
Thirty-third . 



Fifty-first. 



Fifty- second 



Fifty third 



Fifty-fourth 



Fifty- fifth 



Byron W.Langdon 
D vid Mos . . . 
Leander J Monlss . 
i):une\ D.TIel er. . 
James L> C inner. . 
Ji).«e|ih S. Mailey . . 
Dyer B. McConnell 



Ppter n. Ward . . 
William Johnston 



Daniel Nnyes 
Jos. \V. Adair 



Thirty-fo-irth. 
Ihirty-filth. 
Tiiir y-sixih 
Thirty- si-venth 
Th ny-eighth 
Tbirty-niuth 
Fortieth 
Fi.rty-fir.^t . 
Forty Second 



Forty-third. . 
Fdrty-fourth . 
Forty-fifth . . 
Forty-sixih. . 
Flirty-seventh 
Forty-eifrnth . 
Forty-ninth . 
Fiuieth. . . . 



John M. Van Fleet 

S.ephen A. Powers 

Daniel WHimh 

1-erdinHnfi S. .-wift 

E'lwani ii'Rourke 

A I rtd W. Reynolds 

Exi'ireri hy statutory limitation. 

l.-aiiih Conner 

William Farrell 



William Mack 

(t' orffe Burson 

Allen E. Priige 

OrlanHo J. l,otz . . . . 
Ared F. White .... 
Robert T St. John. . . 
David J. H' ffron. . . . 
Marcellus A. Chipman. 



James M. Brown. 



Judge to be elected November, 1890. 



Eugene H. Bundy 



James S. Frazier. 



John V. Hadley 



November 15. 189i. 

October 19, 1891. 

October z2, 1X91. 

.November 23. 1895. 

October 22, 1891. 

November 17, 1891. 

Appointed to fill vaeancy 
i-aused by re-iL'nation 
of M. Winfield and to 
serve until November 
3, 1896. 

November 14 1890. 

Appointed to fill vacancy 
Crtused by resignatioa 
of E. C. Fielils and to 
serve until successor is 
elected. 

November 14, ''894. 

Appointed to fill VHcancy 
cauiJed by re.=iifnation 
of Walter Olds ar,d to 
serve until successor is 
eleeted, etc. 

November IS 1891. 

November 16, 18h4. 

November 14. 1890. 

October 27, 1892 

November 15, lK9t. 

November 15, 1891. 

November 14. 1890. 

Appointed to fill vacancy 
caused I'y deatb of 
Thos. L.Collins and to 
serve until successor is 
elei-ted, etc. 

Novemlter 12, 1890. 

November 12. 1890. 

November 12. 1890. 

November 15. 1892. 

November 15, 1892. 

November 15, 1892. 

November 15, 1892. 

Appointed by (Jovernor 
under provisions o- an 
act of (General Assem- 
bly. lf'89. and to serve 
until suc<-es^oris elect- 
ed and qualified. 

Appointed by (Governor 
under provi>ions "I an 
act o*' General Assem- 
blv, 1889, an<i to serve 
until successor is elect- 
ed a d qualified. 

By act ot (leneral As- 
sembly, 1889. Fl.yd 
Co'ty is in 5,^d Judicial 
Circuit alter November 
1. 1890. 

Appointed by Governor 
under a tof February, 
1889, and to serve until 
successor is elected and 
qualified. 

Appointed by Governor 
under aetot February, 
18S9, and to .^erve until 
successor i? elected and 
qualified. 

Judge bv act of General 
Assembly, 1889, and to 
se ve until N^-vember 
15, 1895. 



158 



JUDGES SUPREME COURT ELECTED NOVEMBER 
ELECTION, 18U0. 



DISTRICT. 



NAME. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



Fifth 



Joseph A. S. Mitchell 



JUDGES CIRCUIT COURT ELECTED NOVEMBER 
ELECTION, 1890. 



CIRCUIT. 


NAME. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


First . . .... 




November 17. 1896. 


Third 


William T. Zenor 


October 12, 1897. 


Filth 


William T. Friedley 


October 12, 1897. 




October 21, 1897. 


Minth 


Nelson R. Keys 

Robert W.Miers 


October 22, 1897. 


Tenth. . 


November 10. 1896. 


Eleventh 

^seventeenth 


Oscar M. Welborn 

iJavid W. Comstock 


October 24, 1S97. 
October 21, 1897. 
November 11, 1897. 


Twentieth 




November 10. 1896. 


Twenty-second 

Twenty-fourth 

Twenty filth 

Twenty seventh . ... 
Thirtieth 


(Jeorpe F. H«rvey 

Richard H. Stephenson 

Leander J. Monks 

Harvey B.>hively , 

Hdwin P. Hammond 


October 21, 1897. 
October 19. 1897. 
October 22, 1897. 
October 22. 1897. 
November 14, 1896. 


Thi>t> -first 


N(.vemberl3, 1896. 


Thirty-third 

Thirty-sixth 

Thirty-seventh 

Forty-first 




November 17, 1896. 


Lex J. Kirknatrifk 

Ferdinand S. Swilt 


November 14. 1*>96. 
October 27, 1898. 
November 14. 1>'96, 




November 10,1896. 


Forty-third 

Forty-fourth 

Forty filth 

Filtieth 


David N. Taylor . . . 


November 12,1896. 




November 14,1896. 


Samuel ll.Doyal 


November 12, 1896. 


Alfred Ellison 


November 12,1896. 


Fi tv-first 


Jabez T.Cox 

George A. liicknell 


November 17,1896. 


Filty-second 


November 14, 1896. 



JUDGES SUPERIOR COURT IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1890. 



NAME. 


COUNTY. 


TERM EXPIRES. 




Allen 


November 15, 1890. 


Napoleon B. Taylor 


Marion 


November 20. 1S90. 




November 18. 1890. 


L- wis C. Walker 




Oct .ber 27, 1892. 


Frank B. Everett 

Azro Over 


Tippecanoe 

Vanderburgh 

Vigo 


October 27, 1892. 
December 18. 1890. 




December 18, 1890. 







159 



JUDGES SUPERIOR COURT ELECTED JSTOVEMBER 
ELECTIOIN", 1890. 



NAME, 


COUNTY. 


TERM EXPIRES. 






November 18,1894. 






Oct- ber27, 1896. 






November 20, 1894. 


Cyrus F. MoNutt 


Vigo 

Allen 


1)8 ember 18, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 




Vanderburgh 


December 18, 1894. 







JUDGES CRIMINAL COURT IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1890. 



William Irvin Marion 



November 15, 1890. 



JUDGES CRIMINAL COURT ELECTED I^OVEMBER 
ELECTIOE", 1890. 



Millard F. Cox Marion 



November 15, 1894. 



PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS IN OFFICE OCTOBER 31, 

1890. 



CIRCUIT. 


NAME. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


First 

Second 


Andrew J. McCutcheon 


October 22, 1891. 
November 17, 1890. 


Third 




November 17, 1^90. 


Fourth 

Filth 


(ieorge B Voigt 

Perry E Rear 


November 17, 1890. 
October 22, 1891. 


Sixth 


November 15, 1890. 


Seventh 




November 17, 1890. 


Eighth 


George W.Campbell 

William H. Everroad , • • • • 


November 17, 1890. 


Ninth 


Uctflber 22. 1891. 


Tenth 


October 22, 1891. 


Eleventh 


John L. Bretz 


November 17, 1890. 



160 



PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS— Continued. 



CIRCUIT. 



NAME. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



Twelfth. . . 
Thirteenth . 
Fourtes^nth. 
Fitteenth . . 
Sixteenth. . 
Heventeentli 
Eighteenth. 



Ninetpenth. . 
Twentieth . . 
Twenty first 
Twenty-Feoond 
Twenty-third. 
Twenty-'ourth 
Twe> ty fi th . 
Twenty sixth. . 
Twenty-seventh 



Twentv-eighth 
Twenty-ninth 
Thirtieth . . . 
Thirty-first. . , 
Thirtv-^epond 
Thirty-third . , 



Thirty-fourth 
Thirty-fifth. 
Thirty si.xth 
Thirty-seventh 
Ihirty-ei^hth 
Thirty-niuth 
Fortieth . . 
Forty-first . 
Fi>rfy-s>'fond 
F'.rty third. 
Forty-fourth 
Forty-filth . 
Forty-sixih. 
Forty seventh 
Forty eighth 
Forty ninth 
Fiftieth. . . 



Fifty-first. 



Fifty-second 
Fifty-third . 

Fifty-fourth 
Fifty- fifth . 



Orlando H.Cobb. . . . 

' ressly Col liver, . . 

William C. Ilultz . . . 

William H.Beaman. . 

Jnhn C. McNutt . . . 
HifhardA.J rkfon 
Lafayette 11. Reynolds 



JnmesL Mitchell. . 
-Chas M Zioa . . . 

AVili B. R ed 

Albert B. Andprson . 
Oeorgt' P. fliiywood . 
Da' id VV. Pntty . . . 
Jamps B. Ross ■ . . 
Richard H. Hartford. 
Al.red N. Plummer . 



Willinm A.Branyan. 
.l-<hn W. Mr-Greevy . 
Ralph W. Marshall . 
(Charles N. Morton. . 
Ji St-ph G. Orr . . . 
John C Wigert . . . 



John T. Sullivan 

Eintnett A. Hratton . . 
Walter W. Mount ... 
George W. Pigman. . . , 
.Jainns N. R<ibii son . . . 
Michael A. Hyan -. • - 
Exi ired by limi ation. , 
Charles P. Drutnniond. 
Wil iam T. LJrannaman 

J.E Pie y 

Heniy A. Sfeis 

Mnnlred B. Beard ... 
(ieorge W. Cromer. . . , 
Henry Dani'ds . ... 
Char i-s .M. R-itliff . . . , 
Ui a'les M Mears ... 
David W.Wood 



Ethan T. Reasoner. 

Wm. 0. Barnard. . 

Geo.M. Ray .... 
Thaddeus S. Adams 



November 17, 18W. 
N'ovembpr 17. 189J. 
Octol.er '.^9. ls91. 
Novpmber ^h. 1890. 
Noveinher 17, 1890. 
November 17. 189! I. 
Appointe I Ni'vember 27, 

1889. to -^erve until suc- 

pps.-or is elect d. 
November 17. 1890. 
October 2-1,1891. 
Ni.vember -1, 189ri. 
November 17, 1^90. 
November?. 1891. 
November 17, 1^9l. 
November 17, 1890, 
November 17, 1H90. 
Appointed hy Governor 

to sprve until .successor 

is elected, etc. 
November 17, 1890. 
■November 17. 1K90. 
November 17, 1890. 
November 17. ISdO. 
0<-iober2i, 1891. 
Appointe'l by Governor 

to serve until successor 

is elected, etc. 
October 2'^. 1^91. 
October 28. 1891. 
Novpinber 17. '890. 
October 22, 1H91. 
October 22, 1891. 
November 17, 1890, 

November 17. 1890. 

Oc-ober22,l-91. 

November 17, 1K90. 

Nnvemb r 17, 1890. 

November 14, 1890. 

November 1'S, 1890. 

November 17. 1890. 

Ocioiier 28,1891. 

November 17. 1890. 

Ai pointe'l by (Jovernor 
und' r |)rovisions o act 
ot General A.'-s-'mblv, 
1889, to .«erve until suc- 
cessor is elected. 

Is by act of Gei" ral As- 
sembly made P osecu- 
tor ol 31-t I'ircuit; was 
former y Prosccii or of 
27ih Judicial Circuit. 

iProsecutinsr Attorney to 
be elected Novemuer, 
1890 

Was Prosecuting Attor- 
Tiey of 18th Circuit, but 
by act ot 1889 is m>ide 
Prosecutor of fi3d Cir- 
cui'. 

Appointed by Oovernor 
under provisicms ot act 
o( General A.'Sembly, 
1889. 

Appointed by Governor 
under pro\isi(ms of act 
o( General Assembly, 
1889. 



161 



PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS ELECTED AT NOVEM- 
BER ELECTION, 1890. 



CIRCUIT. 



NAME. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



First 

Si-eond 

Third 

F'ourth 

Filth . . . . . . 

Sixth 

Seventh. 

Eighth 

Ninth 

Tenth 

Eleventh 

Twelfth 

Thirteenth 

Fourteenth 

Fifteenth. ...... 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Eig-hteenth 

Nineteenth 

Twentieth 

Twenty-first 

Twenty-second. . . . 

Twenty-third 

Twenty-iourth .... 

Twenty filth 

Twenty-sixth 

Twenty-seventh . . . 
Twenty-eighth .... 
Twenty-ninth .... 

Thirtieth 

Thirty-first 

Thirty-second .... 

Thirty-third 

Thirty fourth 

Thirty-fifth 

Thirty sixth 

Thirty-seventh. . . 

Thirty-eighth 

Thirty-ninth 

Fortieth 

Forty-first ...... 

Forty-se<'ond. . .VjT 

Forty-third 

Forty- fourth 

Forty-fifth 

Forty-sixth 

Forty-seventh .... 

Forty-eishth 

Forty-ninth 

Fiftieth 

Fifty-first 

Fifty-spcond 

Filty- third 

Fifty-fourth 

Fifty- fifth 



John W. Spencer . . 
Richard M. Johnson. 
Christopher W. Cook 

Heo.E. Gall 

Perry E. Bear .... 
Lincoln Dixon .... 
Rodman L. Davis . . 
David A. Myers . . . 
Wm. M. Waltman . . 
Simp.'^on B. Lowe . . 
Thos.H. Dillon . . . 
Oilando H. Cobb. . 
Frank A. Horner. . . 
Wm.L.Slinkard. . . 
Edward S. Davis. . . 
John C. McNutt . . . 
Henry C Starr. . . . 
Edward W. Felt . . . 
John W. Ho'itzman . 
Harvey P. New . . . 
Jas. Bingham . . . . 
Winfield S. Moffit . . 
Wm. R.Wood .... 
Simon D. S usirt . 
Benj. F. Marsh. . . . 
Geo.F. Whitaker 
Alfred H. Pluminer . 
Wm. A . Branyan. . . 
Jiihn W. MeGreevy . 
John T. Brown. . . . 
Willis C.McMahan . 
Peter D. Connolly . . 
Lorenzo D h'leming . 
John T. Sullivan, . . 
Joseph Butler .... 
J mes N. S'.iiith . . . 
Edgar U. Hair .... 
Phihnan Colerick . . 
Wm. .A. Ryan .... 

Expired 

Smith Ney Stevens . 
Wm. T. Brannaman . 
Maxwell C. Hamill . 
Henry A. Steis. . . . 

Jos. Combs 

Jos. G. Lefler 

Barton S. Aikman. . 
Chas. M.R-itlifif . . .. 
Chas. M. Mears . . . 
Albert C. Carver. . . 
Frank D.Butler. . . 
Wm.C.Utz ..... 
Wm. Ba' nard . . . 
Wm.H.Eiler 
Thad. S. Adams . . . 



October 22, 1893. 
NovemiierlT, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892.' 
October 22, 1893. 
November 15, 1892 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17. 1892. 
October 22, 1893. 
October 22, 1893. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17. 1892. 
October 29. 1893. 
April 7,1891. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17,1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 7, 1893. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17,1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
October 22, 1893. 
November 17, 1892. 
Or-tober 22, 1893. 
October 28, 1893. 
November 17. 1892. 
October 22, 1893. 
October 22, 1893. 
Nuvember 17, 1892. 



November 
October 22, 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
October 22, 
November 
Novembei" 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 



17, 1892. 
1893. 
17, 1892. 
17. 1892. 
14, 1892. 
15, 1892. 
17, 1892. 
, 1893. 
17, 1892. 
12, 1892. 
17, 1892. 
14, 1892. 
17, 1892. 
17, 1892. 
17, 18^2. 



11— Skc. 



162 
JUDICIAL CIRCUITS. 



First Circuit — Vanderburgh and Posey. 

Second Circuit — Warrick, Spencer and Perrj. 

Third Circuit — Harrison and Crawford. 

Fourth Circuit — Clark. 

Fifth Circuit — Jefterson and Switzerland. 

Sixth Circuit — Ripley, Jennings and Scott. 

Seventh Circuit — Dearborn and Ohio. , 

Eighth Circuit — Rush and Decatur. 

Ninth Circuit — Bartholomew and Brown. 

Tenth Circuit— Lawrence and Monroe. 

Eleventh Circuit — Gibson, Pike and Dubois. 

Twelfth Circuit— Knox. 

Thirteenth Circuit — Putnam and Clay. 

Fourteenth Circuit — Greene and Sullivan. 

Fifteenth Circuit — Morgan and Owen. 

Sixteenth Circuit — Johnson and Shelby. 

Seventeenth Circuit — Wayne. 

Eighteenth Circuit — Hancock. 

jSTineteenth Circuit — Marion . 

Twentieth Circuit — Boone. 

Twenty-first Circuit — Fountain and Warren. 

Twenty-second Circuit — Montgomery. 

Twenty-third Circuit — Tippecanoe. 

Twenty-fourth Circuit — Hamilton. 

Twenty-fifth Circuit — Randolph. 

Twenty-sixth Circuit — Adams and Jay. -,- ^i 

Twenty-seventh Circuit — Wabash. 

Twenty-eighth Circuit — Huntington and Wells. 

Twenty-ninth Circuit — Cass. 

Thirtieth Circuit — Benton, ]!*>J^ewton and Jasper. 

Thirty-first Circuit — Lake and Porter. 

Thirty-second Circuit — Laporte and St. Joseph. 

Thirty-third Circuit — Noble and Whitley. 

Thirty-fourth Circuit — Elkhart and Lagrange. 

Thirty-fifth Circuit — Dekalb and Steuben. 

Thirty-sixth Circuit — Tipton and Howard. 

Thirty-seventh Circuit — Franklin, Fayette and Union. 



163 

Thirty-eighth Circuit — Alleu. 

Thirty-ninth Circuit — Carroll and White. 

Fortieth Circuit — Expired by limitation. 

Forty-first Circuit. — Marshall and Fulton. 

Forty-second Circuit — Jackson, Washington and Orange. 

Forty-third Circuit — Vigo. 

Forty-fourth Circuit — Pulaski ai>d Starke. 

Forty-fifth Circuit — Clinton. 

Forty-sixth Circuit — Delaware. 

Forty-seventh Circuit — Vermillion and Parke. 

Forty-eighth Circuit — Grant and Blackford. 

Forty-ninth Circuit — Daviess and Martin. 

Fiftieth Circuit — Madison. 

Fifty-first Circuit — Miami. 

Fifty-second Circuit — Floyd. 

Fifty -third Circuit — Henry. 

Fifty-fourth Circuit — Kosciusko. 

Fifty-fifth Circuit — Hendricks. 



TERMS OF THE VARIOUS CIRCUIT COURTS AS 
FIXED BY ACTS OF 1889 ARE AS FOLLOWS. 



Bartholomew County — Fourth Monday in February, second 
Monday in May, fourth Monday in September and second. Mon- 
day in December. 

Benton County — Fourth Monday in January, second Monday 
in April and fourth Monday in November. 

Brown County — First Monday in February, third Monday 
in April, first Monday in September, third Monday in No- 
vember. 

Clark County (after 1890) — First Monday in January, fourth 
Monday in March, second Monday in June and second Monday 
in October. 

Daviess County — First Mondays in October, January, March 
and May. 



164 

Dearborn County — Third Monday succeeding the beginning 
of the courts in Ohio County. 

DeKall) County — First Monday in March, third -Monday in 
May, first Monday in October and third Monday in December. 

Floyd County (after 1890) — Second Monday in February, 
first Mondays in May and September and third Monday in No- 
vember. 

Hamilton County — First Mondays in February, April, Sep- 
tember and November. 

Hancock County — First Monday in February, fourth Mon- 
day in April, first Monday in September and third Monday in 
Novend^er. 

Hendricks County — First Monditys in September, November, 
January, March and May. 

Henry County — First Monday in Februarj^, fourth Monday 
in April, first Monday in September and third Monday in No- 
vember. 

Howard County — Mondays succeeding courts in Tipton 
County. 

Jackson County — Third Mondays in April and August, 
second Monday in November and third Monday in January, 

Jasper County — Third Monday in March, first Monday in 
June, third Monday in October and first Monday in January. 

Kosciusko County — First Mondays in February, April, Sep- 
tember and December. 

Lawrence County — First Mondays in October, December, 
February and April. 

Madison County — First Mondays in January, March, May, 
September and November. 

Marion County — First Mo-ndays in September, November, 
January, March and May. 

Martin County — First Monday in September, second Mon- 
days in November, February and April. 

Miami County — Second Monday in January, first Monday in 
April, second Monday in September, and first Monday in No- 
vember. 

Monroe County — First Monday in September, November, 
January and March. 

Noble County — First Mondays in January, March and Octo- 
ber and second Monday in May. 



165 

JSTewtoii County — Fourth Monday in February, second Mon- 
days in September and December. 

Ohio County — First Monday in February, fourth Monday 
in April, first Monday in April, first Monday in September and 
third Monday in iSTovember. 

Orange County — Mondays following close of term in Wabash 
County. 

Perry County — First Mondays in February, May and No- 
vember, third Monday in June. 

Spencer County — First Monday in January, April and Octo- 
ber and third Monday in June. 

Steuben County — First Monday in February, third Monday 
in April, first Monday in September and third Monday in No- 
vember. 

Tipton County — First Monday in September, third Monday 
in November, first Monday in February and fourth Monday in 
April. 

Wabasli County — Second Mondays in January, April and 
September. 

Warrick County — First Mondays in March, June, September 
and December. 

Washington County — Mondays following close of term in 
Jackson County. 

Whitley County — First Mondays in February, April, Sep- 
tember and November. 



166 



LIST OF COUNTIES, COUNTY SEATS AND ISfUMBER 
OF TOWNSHIPS OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



COCNTIBS. 



County Seats. 



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Counties. 



County Seats. 



a " 



Adams . ■ . 
Allen . . 
Bartholomew 
Benton . . . 
Blackford. 
Boone . . . 
Brown . . . 
Carroll . . . 

Cass 

Clark .... 

Clny 

Clinton . 
Crawford . . 
Daviess . . . 
Deiirborn . 
Deoatur. . . 
Dekalb . . . 
Delaw:ire . 
Dubois . . . 
Elkhart. 
Fayette. . . 
Floyd. . . 
Fountain . . 
Franklin . . 
Fulton . . 
Gibson . . . 
Grant. . . 
Greene . . . 
Hamilton. . 
Hancock 
Harrison . . 
Hendricks . 
Henry . . 
Howard. . . 
Huntington. 
Jackson . . 
Jasper . . . 
Jay . . 
Jefferson . . 
Jennings . . 
Johnson . . 
Knox ... 
Kosciusko . 
Laerange. . 
Lake . . 
Laporte. . . 



Decatur . . 
Fort Wayne . 
Columbus . . 
Fowler. . . . 
Hartford City 
Lebanon. 
Nashville . . 
Delphi. . . . 
Losansport . 
.Jeffersonville 
Brazil . . 

Frankfort 
Leavenworth 
Washington . 
Lawrenceburg 
Green^burg 
Auburn . . . 
Muncie . . . 
Jasper .... 
Goshen 
Connersville. 
New Albany. 
Covins ton . . 
Brookville. . 
Ro-hester . . 
Princeton . . 
Marion 
bloomfield . 
Noblesville . 
Greenfield. . 
Corydon . . . 
Danville. 
New Ciistle . 
Kokomo. . . 
Huntington . 
Brownstown. 
Rensselaer. . 
Portland. . . 
Madison. . . 
Vernon . . 
Franklin . . 
Vincennes. . 
Warsaw . . . 
Lagrange . . 
Crown Pdint. 
Laporte . . . 



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14 

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4 

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13 I 
14 
12 
10 I 
11 

9 
10 
14 

9 
12 
12 

8 
16 

9 

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11 
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Lawrence . . 
Madison . . . 
Marion . . 
Marshall . . 
Martin. . . . 
Miami . . . . 
Monroe 
Montgomery 
Morgan , 
Newton . . . 
Noble 

Ohio 

Orange. . . 
Owen . . . 
Parke 

Perry . . . . 
Pike. ... 
Porter . . , 
Posey . . 
Pulaski . . 
Putnam . . 
Randolph 
Hipley. . . 
Rush. ... 
Scott. . . . 
Shelby. . 
Spencer . . 
Starke . . . 
St. Joseph . 
Steuben . . 
Sullivan. . 
Switzerland 
Tippecanoe 
Tipton. . . 
Union . . . 
Vanderburg 
Vermillion 
Vigo . . . 
Wabash . . 
Warren . . 
Warrick. . 
Washington 
Wayne. . . 
Wells . . . 
White . . . 
Whitley . . 



Bedford . . . 
Anderson . . 
Indianapolis 
Plymouth 
Shoals .... 

Peru 

Bloominpton 
Crawfordsville 
Marti' sville 
Kentland , 
Albion. . . 
Rising Sun 
Paoli . . . 
Spencer . . 
Rockville . 
Cannelton . 
Petersburg. 
Valparaiso 
Mount Vernon 
Winamac . 
Green castle 
Winchester 
Versailles . 
Rushville 
Seottsburg. 
Shelbyville 
Rockport . 
Knox . . 
South Bend 
Angola . . 
Sullivan. . 
Vevay . . . 
Lafayette . 
Tipton. . . 
Libertv 
EvansvUle. 
Newport. . 
Terre Haute 
Wabash . . 
Williamsport 
Boonville . 
Salem 
Richmond . 
Bluffion 
Monticello. 
Columbia City 



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10 

9 
14 
12 
11 
14 

8 
13 

4 

10 
13 
13 

7 

9 

IS 
10 
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14 
12 
11 
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5 
13 

9 

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13 
12 
11 
6 
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5 
12 

6 
12 
10 
13 
14 

9 
11 
10 



MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 



Name. 



Wm.F.Parrett 
John L. Bretz . . 
Jasi'n B. Brown 
Wm.S.H 1 -an 
George W. Cooper 
Hpnry U. .Johnson 
Wm. P. Bvnum . 
E.V. Rroi'kshire. 
Daniel Waug'i . 
Da ill H.Patton. 
Augustus N. Martin 
ChaM. A.O.Mc* lillan 
Benjamin F. Shively 



District. 



Term of Office. 



First t~'ongressional District . 
Second Congres.-ioral Disriict 
Third Congres.^ion: 1 Dis'Tiet . 
P'curth Coigres.'innal Uitiict 
Fifth Congressional Di<tiiiit . 
!r-ixth Congrcss-ional District . 
Seventh C ngressim 1 Hi-triet 
Fighth C( ngresf iinal Pi-trict 
"^iiithCong es.M'inal Di tii(;t. 
Tenth C. rgresti m-'l Di.'st'ict. 
Eleventh Congresf-ional District 
Twelfih Congressional Ditii't 
Thirteenth Congressional District 



2 yrs. 
2yrp. 
2yr.«. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 
2 yrs. 



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4,1891 
4,1891 
4, 1H91 
4,1891 
4,1891 
4, 1S91 
4, 1891 
4,1891 
4,1891 
4, 1891 
4, 1891 
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COUNTY OFFICERS ELECTED AT THE NOVEMBER 

ELECTION, 1888, AND WHO WERE IN OFFICE 

OCTOBER 81, 1890. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 

DECATUR. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



When Tkrm Expires. 



Perry A. Lewis . . 
Perry Robinson. 
Charles A. JellefF. 
John W.Tyndall , 



Sherift'. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1890. 
Sept*n)b.r5,1891. 
Novt-mber 12,1891. 
November 12, 1890. 



ALLEN COUNTY. 

FORT WAYNE. 



George H . Viberg . 
IsaHC Mowrer . . . 
Abrahara J.Kesler 
Henry E. Fischer. 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Survej'or 



November 13, 1890. 
September 5. 1891. 
Novemb r 12,1891. 
November 12, 1890. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 

COLUMBUS. 



William C.Smith. 
Hermnn H. Bosse . 
Sa?nuil H. M.rris. 
Wiliiam A. Hayes, 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



November 14. 1890. 
Augu<T 1, 1891. 
Novtmbpr 14, 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 



BENTON COUNTY. 

FOWLER. 



Henry W. Snyder . 
Charles Martin . . 
George W. Piiget . 
Abrati- in 0. Boice 
John P. Doyle . . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Suiveyor 



November 20. 1890. 
Augu-ct 1.5,1891. 
Nov. mb'r 15, 1892. 
Nov.mber20, 1890. 
November 20, 1890. 



BLACKFORD COUNTY. 

HARTFORD CITY. 



David C. Caldwell 
Aan n Groves . . . 
John P. Mc(Trpth . 
John .M. B' nham . 
N.l on I). tlo«ser 
Smith Castei line 



Clerk . . 

Shetiff. 

Trea-urer 

Recorder 

("oroner . 

Surveyor 



August 20, 1893. 
August 24, 1891. 
Nov mber 18. 1890. 
August 17.1893 
Nov mber 18, 1890. 
November 18, 1890. 



173 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Contiiuud 
BOONE COUNTY. 

LEBANON. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



When Term Bxpirks. 



James Gr. Edwards 
Josinh S. Garrison 
Thoma.s A. Bonnel 
Samuel R. Artman 



Sheriff Novembf^r 13, 1890. 

Treasurer t-ep'ember 4, 1891. 

Coroner ' " November 13, 1890. 

Surveyor November 13, 1890. 



BEOWN COUNTY. 



NASHVIL/LE. 



RufusW Reddick 
.James L. Tilton. . 
Ji>el R. Carter. . . 
William L. <"offey. 
Alfred P. Gee . . . 



SherifiF. . 
Treasurer 
Re order . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1890. 
Sn)tfmber2, 1891. 
November 12. 1892. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Nelson VanGundy 
William R. Stewart. 
George M Doane . . 
Thomas J. Chrisom . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 18, 1890. 
Nov<mberl8, 1890. 
November 18, 1890. 
November 18, 1890. 



CASS COUNTY. 



LOGANSPORT. 



John Donaldson . 
Charles L. Woll. . 
John W. Ballard 
George M. Cheney 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



August 21, 1891. 
November 11. 1890. 
Nov mberll,1890. 
November 11, 1890. 



CLARK COUNTY. 



.lEFFEESONVILLE. 



Patrick C. Donovan . 
Alexander W . Smitha 
Fdwin M. Coots. . . . 
Victor W. Lyon. 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



Aiig<ut22, 1891. 
S pt mber5, 1891. 
November 15, 1890, 
November 15, 1890. 



174 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



CLAY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



When Term Expiees. 



Winfield S. Carpenter 
J(phn Murphy . ■ . 
Erne't \lue^'l T . . . . 
Dmni^ C.fiilfillin . . 
John L. SuUivnn . . . 
John J. Hayden .... 



rierk November 16, 1892. 

Shi:-rifr. N'vemb r 2(1, 1890. 

Treii.-urer Sep'imber ?■, 1891. 

Recorder N'.vi-mb. r 6, 1892. 

Cirnnfr | Nivtmb-r 20, 1890. 

Surveyor November 20, 1890. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



FRANKFORT. 



Willi mD. CI )rk. . 
Willi m J. B.irnett, 
Willi. m Wool . . . 
Th'mis P. Kpvs . . 
William B. Hill . . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Reeor ler . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor . 



November 14, 1890. 
Nov mber 14, 1890. 
Augu t 14, 1893. 
Nov mber 14, 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 



CEA.WFORD COUNTY. 

LEAVENWORTH. 



Benjnmin B. Brown 
Arthur E. Stewart . 
Isa'ic F. .Jobn^'n . . 
William C. Fr iman 
George W. Riddle . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
RpC'irder . 
Co'on'T . 
Survey o r. 



Nnvpmbpr 15, 1890. 
Augu-r 24, 1891. 
N- v.mber 15, 1894. 
Novcmb. r 15, 1890. 
JSovcmber 15, 1890. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 

WASHINGTON. 



Charles Ct.lbert . 
Jostph B. Smith 
Charles P. fccudder 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner 



August 25, 1891. 
Augu-t 5,1891. 
August 25, 1891. 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 

LAWRENCEBURG. 



Hezron Hnynes . . 

Jobn Prob.st. . . 
Alb' rl I). J ck-on 
Albert, I. Griiley . 



Sherift 
Trea.surer 
C r n r . 
Surveyor . 



November 18, 1890. 
Nov mber 22, 1890. 
Novtmb-r 18, 1890. 
November 22, 1890. 



175 

COUNTY 0FFICP]H8— Continued. 

DECATUR COUNTY. 

GREENSBURG. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


Whb:n Term Expiees. 


Georgft S. Dii'key 


Sheriff 


Nov( mber 28. 1890. 
Augusts. 1891. 
November 15. 1890. 
November 15, 1890. 


George W. Randall 

William W Lowe 


Coroner 









DEKALB COUNTY. 

AUBURN. 



Phillip Plum 
Henry Probst . 
Fred B.Wood . 
Jacob M. Hook 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 14, 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 
Nov(mber 14,1890. 
November 14,1890. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 

MUNCIE. 



Orlando H. Swain. . . 
George Kirby . . . . 
William E. Driscoll. 
Jonathan D. Fenwiek 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



August 26. 1891. 
Augusts, 1891. 
Nov< mber 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 

JASPER. 



Ferdinand Schneider , 
Christian H. Rudolph, 
John F. Meinker 
Edmund Pickhardt. . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 21, 1890. 
Nov. mber 21, 1890. 
November 25, 1890. 
Novembeo 25, 1890. 



ELKHART COUNTY. 

GOSHEN. 



Robert B. Chatten . . 
Franklin G. Romanie 
William W.Johnson . 
Charles L. Kinney . . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Cordner . 
Surveyor 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 

CONNERSVIIiLE. 



November 18. 1890. 
November 18, 1890. 
November 18, 1890. 
November 18, 1890. 



Matthias T. Lair . . 
William N. Yourg . 
Joseph D. Larimore 
Charles R. Williams 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1-90. 
September 3, 1S91. 
Ni'Vember 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



176 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Coiitinue4. 

FLOYD COUNTY. 

NEW ALBANY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expiees. 




Sheriff 

Treasurer 

Coroner ... ... 

Surveyor 


Novpmbpr iS, 1890 


Levi H. Scott 

W.L.Starr 

John E. Doherty 


Sept^mbe^8, 1891. 
^■ovl-mber 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 

COVINGTON. 



Brazier H. Coffing. 
James G. Moffeit . . 
Benjamin f. Young 
Lewis Coffman 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



November 14, 1890. 
Aug-ns' 16, 1891. 
Novemb«r8, 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

BROOKVILLE. 



William J. Zacharias. 
Anthony Bender . . . 
Louis Federmann, Jr. 
George E. Squier . . . 
WillardH.Glidewell. 



Sheriff. . 

'treasurer 

Recorder 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



November 14, 1890. 
November 14. 1890. 
November 6, 1892. 
Nov. mberl4, 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 



FULTON COUNTY. 

ROCHESTER. 



Andrew A. Gash 
Henry Ditmire 
Alfred M. Shields 
Peter J. Slii gley 



Sheiiff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 
Novtmber 13,1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 

PRINCETON. 



Monroe Key 

John A. Wesh. ... 
John T. Givens .... 
Garrard M. Emmerson 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 11, 1890. 
September?. 1891. 
November 11, 1890. 
November 11, 1890. 



ORANT COUNTY. 

MARION. 



Robert L. Jones. 
Joseph H. Parker 
Frank Rybolt. . 
Isaac Hainil'on . 
John Swesher. . 



Sheriff. 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



November 13, 1890. 
Sept. mber 7. 1891. 
August ill, 1893. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



177 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

GREENE COUNTY. 

BliOOMFIEIiD. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


William E. Thompson 

James E. Hull 

Phillip Fninklin .... 


Sheriff 


November 13. 1890. 


Treasurer .... 

Coroner 


September?, 1891. 
N(.v< niber 18, 11S90. 


William W. Clogston 




November 13, 1890. 









HAMILTON COUNTY. 

NOBLESVILLE. 



JobnP. Bradfild . . 
Alb-rt A. HMs-k-tt. 
William T.Johns. . . 
Sil is C. Dove .... 
Chailes J. Cottingham 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Auditor . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 16, 1890. 
S. ptember?, 1891. 
Match 7, 1898. 
Nov. mber 16, 1890. 
November 16, 1890. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 

GREENFIELD. 



Beniamin F. PauUey 
William O.Ba nard 
Oliver A. Collins . . 
Edwaid M.Johnson 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 16, 1890. 
November 16, 1890. 
N(.v mber 16, 1890. 
Novemoer 16, 1890. 



HARBISON COUNTY. 

CORYDON. 



Alva K.Smith . . 

eiabe Shuck 

Patri( k Uritlin . . 
Rouen Jol n-^on. 
Lewis M. O'Bannon 



Clerk. . . 
Sheiiff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 7. 1892. 
N( vember 21, 1890. 
September 15, 1891. 
Nov mber 21, 1890. 
November 21, 1890. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 

DANVII.IiE. 



Jonathan S. Marshall. 
George W. Nave . . . 
Bedlord M.Tomlinson 
John W. Trotter . . . 



Sheiiff. . 
Treasurer 
Cor<ner . 
Surveyor. 



November 13, 1890. 
Stpttmber7, 1891. 
Nov. mber 6. 1890. 
November 6, 1890. 



HENRY COUNTY. 

NEW CASTLE. 



Willi'mH. Maey 
Willi mH. Harden, 
Lewis Koutz . . . 
Daniel K. Cook. . . 



12— Seg. 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



iiugust23, 1891. 
.Augusts, 1891. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



178 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

HOWARD COUNTY. 

KOKOMO. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Isaac Wright 


SheriflF 


November 18, 1890. 
Nov. mb-r 18,1890. 


Wi liam H.Tupen 




Nov. mber 18, 1x90. 


Jobn E. Hulman 


Surveyor. ■ . 


November 18, 1890. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 

HUNTINGTON. 



Jamps M. Bratton. 
William K. Winnie, 
Chailes L. Wiigbt. 
Thomas B. Hart. . 



Sheriff. . 
Trea.surer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



Novembpr 13, 1890. 
Nov. mber 13.1890. 
Nov mbt-r 13, 1890. 
Nov.mbtr 13, 1890. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

BBOWNSTOWN. 



Elias D. Brown 


Sheriff 


November 13, 1890. 
August 15.1891. 
Ni V mb r 13, 1890. 




Coroner ... 

Surveyor 


Heorge A. Robertson 


Novtmber 13, 1890. 



JASPER COUNTY. 

RENSSELAER. 



Pbilio Blue ... 


Sheriff 

Treasurer . 


November 21, 1890. 


] sra. 1 B. Wash burn 


Augu-t 12, 1891. 
Nov.mb.r 17,1890. 


Rial P. Benjamin 




Nov. mb r24, 1890. 




Novtmb^r 21. 1890. 









J,\Y COUNTY. 

PORTLAND. 



Jame.s Tl. Powers . . 
Dai id F. Hoover 
Da\id S Stanton . . 
Clytses S. (t. Current 



Sheriff. . 
'1 reasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



Novrmb' r 14, 1890. 
Nov. mb r 14, 1890. 
Novtmb r 14,1890. 
November 14, 1890. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

MADISON. 



William H. Matthews 
John Hoaglan.l . . . 
Edgar B. bistiop . . 
Jetterson ( oomrides 
James H. Smith. . . 



Clerk . . 
Shtriff. 
Tr^'asurer 
Coron. r . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1892. 
Augu t :0. 1891. 
Nov mb r6, 1890. 
Nov mber 1^,1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



179 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

JENNINGS COUNTY. 

VERNON. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expirks. 


Willi 'in P. Welker .... 


Sheriff 


November 13, 1890. 


Jnbn D.Ki Id ... 


Tre;isurer 

Coroner ... 


November 6. 1890. 


Alexander Sht^pherd 

Charles W Miles 


Nov<mberl3, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 









J0HN80N COUNTY. 

FRANKLIN. 



Preston Maiden . 
James M . .Jaciibs 
Jiimes T J' nes . . 
Benjamin Ransdell 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



August 20, 1891. 
Nov mber21, 1890. 
N. vembar 15, 1890. 
November 21, 1890. 



KNOX COUNTY. 

VINCENNES. 



Mordeeai M. MfDnwfll 
Ge'.rge \V. O. nJison 
Lymnn M. Bei ker . . 
J. Stephen Si-ikes . . 



Sheriff . 
Tre;i.=urer 
Con ner 
Surveyor 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 

WARSAW. 



November 23. 1«90. 
Novt-mb^rO, 1890. 
November 6, 1K90. 
November 6, 1890. 



Lewis Ripple .... 
John N. hunyan . . 
Abn T B. Thomis 
George VV. MeiJarter 



Sheriff. . 
Tie;i!-urer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



LACrRANGE COUNTY. 

LAGRANGE. 



November 14,1890. 
Nov. mberl4, 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 
November 14, 18a0, 



Jacob Newmin. . . 
Jae( b Spearow . . . 
J".«'ph G.Soott . . . 
Willi m H. Yarwood 
John b. Kowe . . . 
Geoige A. Eagleton 



Clerk . . 
SLeriff. . 
Trenfurer 
Recorder 
r'oroner . 
Surveyor 



May 22, 1893. 
November 19, 1899. 
September 6, 1891. 
November 11,1892. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



LAKE COUNTY. 

CROWN POINT. 



A. Murray Turner 
ChurlesC ?miih . 
llorMce Mirble . . 
Kdwurd P > mes 
Ht-nry Pettibijne . 
John Fi;her . . . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Auditor . 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 15, 1890. 
August 29, 1891. 
Mn.ch 1, 1893. 
November 11,1892. 
Sep'ember 16, 1891. 
November 15, 1890. 



180 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

LA PORTE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expiebs. 


Herman W. Sallwasser 

George W . Reed 

Simeon S. Bosseriuan 


Clerk 

Sheriff 

Treasurer . . 


May 5. 1893. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 15, 1891. 
November 13, 1890. 


Joseph D. Norris, Jr 


Surveyor 


November 13, 1890. 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



BEDFORD. 



Thomas V. Thornton . 
Robert W. Dny 
James McClelland . . 
James H. MePheeters 
James C. Pearson. . . 
Lycurgus Duncan . . 



Clerk . . 
Sheiiff. . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



February 11. 1893. 
February 21. 1881. 
Novtmber 16,1890. 
Nov.mber 15, 1892. 
November 16, 1890. 
November 16, 18y0. 



MADISON COUNTY. 

ANDERSON. 



James Btchi'^on. 
John R. Piigf) . 
William A Hunt 
Alexander Ross. 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 18. 1890. 
August 15,1891. 
November 18,1890. 
December 10, 1890. 



MARION COUNTY. 



INDIANAPOLIS. 



Isaac King . . . 

Ji'hn O.-terman . . . 
Theodure A. W signer 
William C.Smith. . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



December 9, 1890. 
September 4. 1891. 
November 15, 1890. 
November 15, 1890. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 

PLYMOUTH. 



John N. Wilson. . 
Oliver (J. Soice . . 
Theodore Cres-ner 
John J. Hamilton. 
John C. Bull r . . 



Sheriff. . 
1 reasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 19, 1890. 
August 10,1891. 
Nov.mber 11.1892. 
November 20, 1890. 
November 20, 1890. 



181 

UOLTNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

MAKTIN COUNTY. 

WEST SHOALS. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



When Term Expires. 



WaPer Payton . . 
Philip Mo(70vern . . 
Thoma.s Gates. . . . 
Columbus M Cooper 
James McBride . . . 



Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Trea>urer 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



November 13, 1890. 
November 17, 1H92. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 

PERU. 



James D. RViinebarger 
A7.ro H. Wilkin-on . . 
Eli J. J imi on ... . 
Clarence S. Jackson . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



NoveTT bar 16. 1890. 
August 30, 1891. 
Noveu.b-rl6, 1890. 
November 16, 1890. 



MONROE COUNTY. 

BLOOMINGTON. 



Thoma>' .J Fafr 


Sheriff 


November 13 1890 






Augu-t7, 1891. 
November 16, 1892. 


"William D. Bl ir 




James T. Maxwell. Jr 

Michael H.Buskirk 


Coroner ... 

Surveyor. . 


November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

CRAWFORDSVILLE. 



Henry B.Holpt. . . 

Eb n"zerP MeClaskey. 
Alexan'ler F. Raui>ey . 
Th..masT. Munhall. . . 
Abijah F. Henry . . . . 
Jauies M. Waugh 



Clerk 
i-heiiff. . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November IR, 1892. 
Augu-ti2, 1891. 
S. ptiiiiberl, 1891. 
August 28, 1893. 
November 14, 189i\ 
November 14, 1890. 



MORGAN COUNTY. 

MARTINSVILLE. 



Joseph W.P'ul. 
Sanders Hubbard . . 
Benjamin F. Button 
Cha)l.s M. Gravis . 
(Jeorgtf W. Pearse. 



Sheriff. . 

Treas^urer 

Recorder. 

Coroner 

Surveyor. 



December 16, 1890. 
May 31, 1892. 
Noven.berl7,1892. 
Noveuib r 14, 1890. 
November IJ. 1890. 



182 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

NEWTON COUNTY. 



KENTLAND. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE, 


When Tebu Exfibbb. 


John W Randall 


Sheriff 


November 13, 1890. 






November 13, 1890. 




Recorder 


Nov. mber 19, 1892. 


Wi lis A i^ii^l^v . .... 


November 1.3, 1890. 


Robert A.Hamilton . 


Surveyor 


November 15, 1890. 



NOBLE COUNTY. 



"George McClean . . 
Josi pti M. Shnw. . . 
Jo' n fj. Vought. 
Calvin A. seymoure 
Henry S. Bertner 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coriiner . 
Surveyor 



Januarys, 1891. 
August 14, 1891. 
AugH-t'21, 1893. 
November 21, 1890. 
November 21, 1890. 



OHIO COUNTY. 



RISING SUN. 



Samuel C. Scnlt. 
Mill rd F. Sfiward . 
Edwaid P. Gl 'ason. 
Edward E. Mehol . 



Sheriff. . 
Trea>urer 
(^oronor . 
Surveyor 



November 18, 1890. 
Augu-t 10, 1891. 
November 18, 1890, 
November 18, 1890. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 



EleazT J. Pierce 
Joseph J. Field . 
Isaac S. Pittm«n 
Lyndon B. White 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 14,1890. 
November 14,1890. 
November 14, 890. 
November 14, 1890. 



OWEN COUNTY. 

SPENCER. 



Alexander Brycp 
"Wi'liim F.<'a!=8idy. 
Ciil b A. Ptitohard . 
■George D. Philip.? 



Sheriff. . 
TreMi'urer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 18, 1890. 
Septembers, 1891, 
Nov<mbTl«, 1890. 
November 10, 1890. 



183 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

PARKE COUNTY. 

ROCKVILLB. 



NAME. 



NATURE OP OFFICE. I When Term Expirbs. 



Jesse H. McCov . . . 
Edw»rd Nichol 's . . 
Jamps M. Iiinwiddie 
Thi-odore H.. Johnson 
John T. Campbtll . . 



Clerk . 
Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Corontr . 
Surveyor . 



Novpmber 15, 1892. 
Novemb r 14, 1890. 
Novemb r 14, 1890. 
Novernhnr 14. 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 



PERRY COUNTY. 

CANNELTON. 



Capper S. Gardner 
Willi m F. Mason 
Seorgi W. Flasch 
tteorge Minto . . . 



Sheriff . 
Treti surer 
<'oroner 
Surveyor , 



November 15, 1890. 
November 15, 1890. 
Novemb r 13, 1890. 
November 15. 1890. 



PIKE COUNTY. 

PETEBSBURG. 



James W. Brumfield 
Jackson Ferguson . 
Georg • U. .Vi rtin . . 
Williiim U. Grime.s . 
Perry VVoodry .... 



Sheriff . 
Treasurer 
Recorder . 
Corontr 
Surveyor . 



November 17, 1890. 
November 17, 1890. 
Ftbruary 27.1893. 
November 17, 1890. 
Novembel-17, 18y0. 



PORTE K COUNTY 

VALPARAISO 



Sheldon P. Herrick . 
Cyrus Axe . . . . 
Hi^y^s ('. Coates . . . 
Albert H. Lleveland 



Sheriff. . 
Tre surer 
Coroner 
Purveyor . 



November 13, 1890. 
/August 12.1891. 
Nov mb r 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



POSEY COUNTY. 

MT. VERNON. 



.Edward E. Highman 
John He rrmann . . . 
John Do.vle . . 

Thomas J. Johnson . 



Sheriff. . 
Tre surer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor . 



August 30, 1^91. 
August .30, 1891. 
Nov mber 11, 1890. 
November 11, 1890. 



184 

COUNTY OFFICERS — Continued. 

PULASKI COUNTY. 

WINAMAC. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 




Sheriff 


Augu't 27,1891. 


Joseph D. Vu pillah 


'1 rea-urer 


Sept.. mber 6, 1891. 
May 25, 1893. 






November 16, 1890. 


Joseph Riggs 




November 16, 1890. 







PUTNAM COUNTY. 

GEEENCASTLE. 



William B. Vest«l 
Mill ird A. Bowm 
Eb nezer W. Smith 
James F. 0. Bre^n 



Sheriff. . 
Trea.-urer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 21, 1890, 
SepUmber7, 1891. 
November 21, 1890. 
November 21, 1890. 



EANDOLPH COUNTY. 

WINCHESTER. 



John K. Engle . . . , 
Benjamin tlavvtliorne 
I.«aac V U. R. .lohnson 
Btnii.min W Simmons 

Cyrus Ui X 

J. Els worth Hinshaw . 



Clerk . . 
Sheiiff . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



August 22, 1891. 
Nov. mber 13, 1890. 
Sfp'i'mb«r8, I8'J1. 
Augu-t 22,1891. 
N V mber 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



EIPLEY COUNTY. 

VERSAILLES. 



Edward W. Wood. 
Jo.er ph C. Gray . . 
Philip F. Se linger 
VV'illi m John-i il . 
Andrew ii. Mill ;r. 
Isaac B. Harrtll . 



( lerk . . 
Sheiiff. . 
TreMsurer 
Recorder 
Cor. ner . 
Surveyor. 



April 10,1893. 
N. V. mber 15,1890. 
Augu-t 16,1893. 
Ap.il 10, 18h3. 
N..vimber 8,1890. 
N>.vember 15, 1890. 



RUSH COUNTY. 

RUSHVILLE. 



James M. Hildreth . 
Frsinci-i M. KeHman 
Nath.in Weeks . . . 
John II. Spunier . . 
Morion H. Downey . 



Clerk . . 
Sheiiff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 10, 1892. 
Augu-t. 25.1891. 
D.c mber 1, 1890. 
Augu-t 25,1891. 
INovember 13,1890. 



185 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



SCOTT COUNTY. 

SCOTTSBUEG. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When'Term Expires. 


Wark Storen 

Willi.m Rice 


Clerk 

Sheriff. 


March 19, 1893. 
N"Vf mher 17, 1890. 
NdVrmber 17,1890- 


Wade Biiil-y 

John W.Blnnt .... .... 


Ree<irder . . 


^ov mber23, 1892. 
November 17, 1890. 


T. Early Keith 




Nov&mber 17, 1890. 







SHELBY COUNTY. 

SHEIiBYVILIiE. 



Willi 'in McDongall 
Jac b U. Th"mas . . 
Willi.m N. lis. 
Thomas Finley . . . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1890. 
Sept. mbsr 13, 1891. 
Nov. mber 13, 18W. 
November 13, 1890. 



SPENCEK COUNTY. 

ROCKPOET. 



Opcar F. Howard . . . . 

Michael Sp-iyd 

Samuel P. Johnson . . . . 
Sam' el IT. Jennings . . . 
S;imuel B. Li;tlepHge . . . 
Frederick A. Heniing, Jr, 



Clerk . 

Sheriff. . 
Treii surer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



February 27,1893. 
August 28, 1891. 
Nov. mber 1(1,1890. 
N. vember]7.1892. 
Nov mber 18, 1890. 
November 17, 1890. 



STAEKE COUNTY. 

KNOX. 



Joseph E Jones. . . . 
An Irew 0. Caslleman 
Robert H. Bender. . . 
Leander E. Conner 
Joseph N. McOormick 



Sheriff. ■ 
Treasurer 
AuHinor . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



November 21, 1890 
Nov mber 21, 1890 
Nov. mb r 17, 1890 
Nov. mber 21, 1890 
November 21, 1890 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 

SOUTH BEND. 



John Finch . . . . . 
George H. Stover . . . 
Hugh T. Mon'g mery. 
Benjamin F. Waldorf 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Suiveyor 



Nov-mber21,1890. 
Nov mber 29, 1890. 
November 21, 1890. 
November 21, 1890. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 

ANGOLA. 



William C.Mo.^^s . 
Chester V.Tuttle . 
Marion F. Shnw. . 
Newton W. Gilbert 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



September 10, 1890. 
Stpt. mbr5, 1890. 
Nov. mber 10, 1890. 
November 10, 1890. 



186 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

SULIiIVAN. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Teem Expirbs. 


William H. Hawkins 


Sheriff. 


Novpmber 18, 1890. 
Augu t9, 1891. 






Nov. mber 18, 18'^0. 


Benjamin B. Biiggs 


Surveyor 


November 18, 1890. 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 

VEVA/. 



0?car Williamson 
Wi liam I ate . . . 
William Smith . 
Napoleon Aiiller . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1890. 
Nov mber 13, 1890. 
Novtmberi;^ 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 

LAFAYETTE. 



Thomas G, MeKee . . . . 
Thomas .J. Floer .... 
Geoig-' K. Throckmorton. 
Everett ii. Vawter . . , 



Sheriff. . 
Treas-urer 
Conner 
Surveyor 



Au'ru?t25,1891. 
Augu t2, 1891. 
Nov. mber 16,1890. 
November 17, 1890. 



TIPTON COUNTY. 

TIPTON. 



John Kiefer 

James K. Armstrong 
John W . Cooper . . 
James L. Homaek . 



Sheriff. 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 23, 1890. 
Au u t 17,1891. 
November 18, 1890. 
November 18. 1890. 



UNION COUNTY. 

LIBERTY. 



John J. Garrett _ . . 
Corydon W. Smith . , 

H. U. .Vjoore 

Leander W. Freeman, 



Sheriff. . 
Trea-urer 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



November 11,1890. 
8 pt mber 7, 1891. 
Nov. mb-r 11,1890. 
November 11, 1890. 



VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 

EVANSVILLE. 



Charles T. Jenkins 

Frank Piitehttt. . 
Augu-t h> ich . . 
Louis bihler. . . 
Alfied Andrews. 
August Pfafflin 



Clerk . 

Sheiiff. . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Co oner • 
Surveyor 



Nov mber 10, 1892. 
Nov mber IS, 1890. 
Octobr 1,1891. 
N. vember 10, 1892. 
Dtc mber 5, 1890. 
November U, 1890. 



187 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



VERMILLION COUNTY. 

NEWPORT. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Tkrm Ekfirbs. 


WilliTm Rhenby 


Sheriff 


Noyember 18,1890. 


Willi m B. Hood . . ...... 




Novnnbt'r23, 1890. 


William Vl.H milton 




November 18,1892. 


Thorn IS BrinHl:y . 

Robert A. Parrett 




Noyfmber 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 


Purveyor 



VIGO COUNTY. 

TEBRE HAUTE. 



Alberto. Wefks . . 
Gu-'iiive 0. ConzmRD 
T^illi m W. Ilaworth 
Frank i'uttle .... 



Sheriff. . 
Trea-urer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



WABASH COUNTY. 

WABASH. 



November 1», 1890. 
August 21, 1891. 
November 18,1890. 
Novtmber 18,1890. 



Howard Pquires 
Jo^ n t>. Ctiinworth 
Willi m W.Woods 
Fr..nkliii Knight . 



Sheriff. . 
Tren. surer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



August 27, 1891. 
Stpf,>mber5,1891. 
November la, 1890, 
November 13, 1890. 



WARREN COUNTY. 

WILLIAMSPOKT. 



Joseph Swi=her 

.Augustus Cronhite . . , 
Join U. cJtfph' ns . . . 
Eli ha Kedoick , . . 
M illi >m P. Carmichael 



Sheriff. . 
TreH.'-urer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
fcurveyor 



November 13, 1890. 
August 21, 1891. 
Novtmbr 12, IH92. 
Novtmber 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



WARRICK COUNTY. 

BOONVILLE. 



John C. Reed . 
Lewis J . Mill»r 
Jam^s Sanders 
OtisB.Patco . 



Sheriff. . 
TrrtMi-urer 
t'oronir . 
Surveyor 



August 30, 1891. 
Novimbtr 11,1890. 
November 8, 1890. 
Jdnuary 19, 1891. 



188 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

SAIiEM. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 




Sheriff 

Trea>^urer 

i^cron r 


November 6, 18P0. 


Ben H. Cravens. 

Jam°s M. Kendall 

William C.McCaskey '. 


SeptembHr2l,1891. 
November 17, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 







WAYNE COUNTY. 

RICHMOND. 



AllonD Bond ... . 
i^lfrpdL.McVfeaur. . . 
Willinm W. Zimmerman, 
Robert A. Howard . . . 



Sheriff. . 
Treasurer 
C'ironer . 
Surveyor. 



November 13, 1890. 
November 15, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 
November 13, 1890. 



WELLS COUNTY. 

BLTJFFTON. 



James T. Dailey . 
John B Fturgis. . 
Henrv Thoma. 
Gabriel T. Markley, 



Sheriff. 
Treamrer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



August 27, 1891. 
Dtcemb r 15, 1890. 
Dee^-mb r 13. 1890. 
November 13', 1890. 



WHITE COUNTY. 



MONTICELIiO. 



James P. ttevin. . . . 
David M. Carson . . . . 
Birnm A. B. Moorhouse 
William H.Sampson 
Marion A. Rader . . 



Sheriff. . 
Au itor . 
Trea.'urer 
Coron- r . 
Surveyor 



November 14,1890. 
March 1,1893. 
Sept mb r 12,1891. 
November 14, 18W. 
November 13. 1890. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 

COLUMBIA CITY. 



William H. Hollip«ter 
John P. Chamb' rlin . 
Cbarle« S Williams . 
Edward W. Lilly . . . 



SheriflF. . 
Trea.'urer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 19, 1890. 
November 14, 1890. 
November 14. 1890. 
November 14.1890. 



189 



COUNTY OFFICERS ELECTED AT THE JTOVEMBER 
ELECTION^, 1890. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 

DECATXJK. 



NAME. 


j 

NATURE OF OFFICE. 1 When Teem Expires. 

i 

1 


Mnrk M. McConnell 

■John H.Lenhart 


Sheriff. 

Clerk 


November 12, 1892. 
November 1, 1895. 


Wm.H.H. France 


Auditor 






September 5, 1893. 
October 5, 1895. 




Recorder 


Oliver T. May. 


November 13, IS'92 


John W.Tyxjdall 




November 13, 1892. 









ALLEN COUNTY. 

FORT WAYNE. 



Daniel W. Snuder. 
Andrew F. Glutting 
Edward Beckman. . 
•Geo. W.Fickel . . . 
Geo. H.Vibers . . . 
Abraham J. Kessler 
Henry E. Fischer . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
SheriflF. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 15, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 
September 5, 1893. 
June 15, 1896. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 12, 1893. 
November 12, 1892. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 

COLUMBUS. 



"Wm. H. Ful wider 
Wm. C.Smith. . 
Geo. Pence . . . 
Wm.J. May. . . 
Wm.L.KIispch. 
Freaeriek Falk . 
Wm. A. Hayes. . 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1, 1895. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 1, 1895. 
August 1, 1S93. 
November 1, 1895. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 



BENTON COUNTY. 

FOWLEE. 



<Jeo. J. Richmire . 
Geo. H.Smith. . . 
Abram (-. Boice . . 
Henry W. Snyder. 
Justin C. Simpkini 
John P. Doyle. . . 



Clerk . 
Auditor 
Treasurer 
Snerifif. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 20. 1894, 
November 4. 1896. 
August 15, 1893. 
November 20, 1892. 
November 20, 1892. 
November 20, 1892. 



190 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

BLACKFORD COUNTY. 

HARTFORD CITY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Tkbu Expires. 




Sheriff 


August 24, 1S93. 




November 18, 189t. 


John P Me(Treath 




November 18, 1892. 




Coroner . - 

Surveyor 


November 18, 1892. 


Wm.Harley 


November 18, 1892. 



BOONE COUNTY. 

LEBANON. 



Chas. W. Scott . . 
Jos.S. Miller .... 
Jas. P. Staley . 

Preston Smith 

Jno. S. Masters . . . 
Franklin B. Van Nuys 
Jas. C. Barb. ..... 



Clerk 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Tre surer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



October 27, 1896. 
NovetuberlS. 1892. 
March 11, 1895. 
September 4, 1893. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 13. 1892. 
jSovemberl3, 1892. 



BROWN COUNTY. 

NASHVILLE. 



C.P. Hanna 


Clerk 

Sheriflf 

Auditor 

Trensurer 


November 1. 1895. 


Samp.'on David 

Ben. P. Smith 

Jas L Pilfnn 


November 13, 1892. 
March 4, 1895. 
September 2, 1893. 
November 13, 1892. 




Alfred P. Gee. 




November 13, 1892. 









CARROLL COUNTY. 

DELPHL 



Bdward Walker. . . 
Isaac Reynolils . . . 
Wm. J. Guckien . . 
Geo. W. Thompson , 
Jas W. Sines . . . . 
Frank P. Lyons. . . 
Wade P. Thompson. 



Clerk . . 

Auditor . 

Trea.=urer 

Recorder 

SherifiF. . 

C'lroner 

Surveyor 



November 
November 
November 
Novi^'Uiber 
November 
November 
November 



18, 1894. 
1. 1895. 
18, 1892. 
15, 1894. 
18, 1892. 
13. 1892. 
18, 1892. 



CASS COUNTY. 

LOGANSPORT. 





Clerk 

Auditor 


November 5, 1896 




November 11, 1894. 


Charles L. Woll 


Novemi'er 11. 1892. 






August 18, 1895. 
August 21, 189^. 
November 11, 1892, 




Sheriff 


John W. Ballard 


Coroner 


H.A. Beck 


Surveyor 


November 11, 1892. 



191 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

CLARK COUNTY. 

JEFFERSONVILIiE. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expisicfi. 


John C. Lewman 


Clerk 

Sheriff 


February 24, 1896 


Patrick C. Donovan 


August 22, 1893. _ 


Samuel D. Oglesby 






September 5, 1893 






November 6. 1894. 








ViL-tor W. Lyons 


Surveyor ... 


November 15, 1892. 



CLAY COUNTY. 

BBAZIL. 



Matthew R. Yocom. . . 

Ern.«t Muohler 

John Murphv 

Newton B. Bartholomew 
John J. Hayden 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



November 20, 1894. 
September 3. 1893. 
November 20, 1892. 
November 20, 1892. 
November 20, 1892. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 

FBANKFOKT. 



Oliver Gard . . . 
Martin P. Davis. 
Willard P. Maish 
Levi Wratten . . . 
John W. Haggard. 
Morgan Gray . . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 1, 1895. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 

liEAVENWORTH, 



Orpheus A Adams . . ... 
Benjamin B. Brown 


Clerk 

Sheriff 


November 2, 1895. 
November 15, 1892. 


James D. Fleming 


Auditor 


November 2, 189li 


Joab Stroud 

William C Froman 


Treasurer 

Coroner . . 

Surveyor ■ 


August 24, 1893. 
November 15, 1892 


Sherman Smith 


November 15, 1892. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 

WASHINGTON. 



Thomas D.Tlimp. 
Charles Calbert . . 
Elijah H. Torney . 
Robert J Barr . . 
John Dosch . . . 
Charles C. McCowe 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 



March 10, 1896. 
August 25, 1893. 
November 1, 1891. 
Augusts, 1893. 
April 15, 1895. 
August 25, 1893. 



192 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

DEAKBORN COUNTY. 

LAWRENCEBUEG. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 

- 


When Teem Expiees. 




Clerk .... 


November 18, 1894. 


Hezron HHynes 


Sheriff 

Auditor 


November 18. 1892. 
November 1. 1895. 




November 22, 1892. 


John S. Prinhard 

Albert D. Jaokson ... 

Albert T. Gridley 


Recorder 

Coroner 


November 1.1895. 
NovpmberlS, 1890. 
November 22, 1890. 









DECATUR COUNTY. 

GEEENSBUKG. 



Alfred P. frames 
George S. Dickey 
John J. Futtman . 
John W. Nation. . 
Kuius P. Hamilton 
(leorge W. Randall 
Henry C. Doles . . 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
<'orontr . 
Surveyor 



November 1, 1895. 
November 28, 1892. 
November 17, 1895. 
Augusts, 1893. 
November 1. 1895. 
November 15, 1892. 
November 15, 1892. 



DEKALB COUNTY. 

AUBUEN. 



Daniel D. Moody . . 
Herman Coffinberry. 
Heuben .'»awoel . . . 
Samuel Williams . . 
Phillip Plum . . . . 
Lafayette U. Miser . 
Jacob M. Hook 



Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner . 

Surveyor. 



October 25, 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 



1894. 
14, 1894. 

13, 1892. 
2, 1896. 

14, 1892. 
14, 1892. 
14, 1892. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 

MUNCIE. 



Webster S. Richey 




November 13, 1894. 


Chas. M. Kimbrough 

Orlando H. Swain 


Clerk 

Sheriff 

Treasurer 


August 22, 1895. 
Aueust26. 1893. 
Augusts, 1893. 


Thos. E. Harrington 

Wm. E Driscoll 


November 13, 1894. 




November 13, 1892. 






November 13, 1892. 









DUBOIS COUNTY. 

JASPER. 



Ignatz Eckert. . . . 
John Gramelspacker 
Jacob Burger, Jr . . 
Britain Leming 
Albert H.Tn-ylor. . 
Bernhardt Auffart . 
Henry Berger .... 



Clerk . . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 



8, 1894. 
1, 1895. 
21, 1892. 
21, 1894. 
21, 1892. 
25, 1892. 
25, 1892. 



193 

C0U:NTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

ELKHART COUNTY. 

GOSHEN. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Harry S. Chester 

Elliott Cruel 


Clerk 


November 18, 1894. 


Sheriff . 


November 18, 1892. 




November!, 1895. 


Franklin G. Romaine 


Treasurer 


November 18, 1892. 
November 1, 18vt5. 






November 18,1892. 


Chas.L. Kinney 




November 18, 1892. 







FAYETTE COUNTY. 

CONNERSVIIiLE. 



James M. MnTntosh. 
Enns M. MfCready . 
James M.Ba>khouse 
Wm. N Young . . . 
Fremont Clifford . . 
Alexander l>. Lyrrel 
Charles K. Williams 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
• 'oroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1894. 
November 13, 18H2. 
November 1,1895. 
September 3. 1893. 
October 28, 1896. 
November 13, 1892. 
JNovemberl3, 1892. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 

NEW ALBANY. 



Frederick Sauer . . , 
John Thornton . . . . 
Robert \V. Morris. . , 

Levi H. Scott 

Charles W. Schindler. 
Wm. L. Starr . . . , 
Edmund B.Coolman 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 8, 1894. 
November 13. 1892. 
November 1, 1895. 
September 8. 1893. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 13, 11592. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 

COVINGTON. 



Francis W. Macoughtry 

Samuel Clark . 


Clerk 

Tre^ surer 

Sheriff 

Coroner ... 


November 29, 1894. 
August 16, 1893. 
November 14. 1892. 
November 8, 1892. 


James Simmerraan 

James T. Henderson 


Mathias H. Bever , 


Surveyor 


N ovem ber 14, 1892 







FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

BEOOKVIIiLE. 



James B. Kidney . . . 
Wm. J. Zacharias. . . 
Henry C. Selimeyer. . 
Anthony Bender . . . 
Geo. B.Buckingham . 
Thomas W. Lawrence 



13 -Sec. 



Clerk . . 

Sheriff. . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

(Joroner 

Surveyor 



February 14, 1896. 
November 14,1892. 
March 5, 1895. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 



194 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

FULTON COUNTY. 

ROCHESTER. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE, 


When Term Expires. 


Milton 0. RePS 


Clerk 


November 13, 1894 


Wm. H. Deaiston 


March 4, 1895. 




Treiisurer 


Septembers, 1893. 
November 1. 1895. 






Sheriff 


November 13. 1892. 


Allied M. Shields 




November 13, 1892. 


Peter J. Stiugley 


Surveyor 


March 4, 1893. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 

PRINCETON. 



Wm. H. Coleman . . . 

Monroe Key 

John H. West. . . . 
Leeright W. McDonald. 
Wm. K. Steele ... 
Wm. C. Laurence . . . 
Garrard M. Emmerson 



Clerk . . 

Sheriff. . 

Treasurer 

Auditor 

Recorder 

Cor.iner 

Surveyor. 



November 11, 1*^91:, 
November 11, 1892. 
Sep'emberT. 1893. 
Uc ober 26. 189fi. 
November 11,1894. 
November 11, 1892. 
November 11, 1892. 



GRANT COUNTY. 

MARION. 



Wilson Addington 


Clerk 


November 14, 1894. 
November 1, 1895. 






August 2, 1893. 




Sheriff 


November 10, 1892. 


Christopher B.Porter 




N<iveu)ber 13, 1892. 




November 13, 1892. 









GEEENE COUNTY. 

BI.OOMFIELD. 



Franklin Ramsey. 
Wm. E. Thompson 
Ihomas C. Owen . 
John French . . . 
Charles B. Kemp . 
James P. henion . 
E. Fide Cox ... . 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
'rrertsu'rer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1894. 
November 13, 189i. 
November 13. 1894. 
September 7. 1«9}. 
November 1, 1895. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 

NOBLESVILIiE. 



Joel Stafford ...... 

Alberts. Biker . . . . 

Levi P. Fodrea 

George Nigle 

ChHTles W. Mendenhall 
John S. Coyner 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1.1895. 
September 7, 18vi3. 
November Ifi 1894. 
\ovemb.r Ifi. 1892. 
Nov. mber 16, 1-92. 
November 16, 1892. 



195 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 

GREENFIELD. 



NAME, 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 




Clerk 


November 16, 1894. 




November 2. 1895. 


Win.C. Birnard 




November 16, 1892. 


Reoorder . 


November 16, l«9t. 


Benj F. Pauley .... 


Sheriff 


November 16,1892. 




November 16, 1892. 




Surveyor 


November 16, 1892. 







HARRISON COUNTY. 

CORYDON. 



riabe Shuck . . . . 
Charles W. Ole. . . . 
Pittriek Griffin . . 
Lewis M.y'Bannon . 
Michael wleitz .... 
Andrew J. Aiinstrong 



Sheriff November 7, 1892. 

Auditor November 12, 1894. 

Treasurer September l?i, 1893. 

Recorder November 19. 189t. 

Coroner November 12, 1892. 

Surveyor November 21, 1892. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 

DANVILLE. 



David Radley 

Urban E Brewer . . . 
Joseph K. Litile . . 
James E. fclumstpn . . 
Win. 0. Clements . . . 
Bedfo d M.TomliQSon 
Joshua ilunt 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



July 26, 1896. 
November 1, 1895. 
S^eptemberT, 1893. 
November 1:-!, 1894. 
November 13. 1892. 
November 6, 189i. 
November 6, 1892. 



HENRY COUNTY. 

NEW CASTLE. 



Charles S. Hernly . . 
Wm. Rinewalt . . . 
Rifhmond Wisehart 
Albert NV. Saint. . . 
Wm. B. Bock . . . 

Lewis Foutz 

Omar E. Minesinger 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



October 29, 1896. 
l\o^ ember 13,1892. 
November 1. 1895. 
AueustS. 1893. 
October 31, 1896. 
November 13,1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



HOWARD COUNTY. 

KOKOMO. 



Van Dake Ellis. . . 
Milton (jiariigus . . 
Amos A. Covatt. . . 
Charles B F.Clark, 
Edgitr A.Siinmi)ns. 
Wm. H. Turpen. . . 
Jackson Morrow . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
T^ea^'ure^ 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 1. 1895. 
March 1,1896. 
November 18. 1892. 
November 1,1895. 
November 18,1892. 
November 18,1892. 
November 18, 1892. 



196 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 

HUNTINGTON. 



NAME. 




When Teem Expires. 



Arthony A. Weber 
John 0. Altman. . 
Isaac F. Hoard . . 
Cyrus C Nave 
Daniel M'introde . 
Harvey M. Beaver 
Koscoe D. Smith . 



Clerk . . 

Auditor . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

SheriflF. 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



A pril 16, 1895. 
November 1, 1895. 
November 1'^, 1892. 
April 16, 1895. 
November 13,1892. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 

BROWNSTOWN. 



Byferd E, Long 


Clerk 


February 24. 1896. 


Sheriff 


November 13. Ib92. 


Joel H Matlock . . 


October 25, 1896. 




Treasurer 


August 15, 189i. 




November 6, 1894. 




Ooroner 


November 13, 1892. 




November 13, 1892. 









JASPEK COUNTY. 

RENSSELAER. 



Wm. n. Coover . . . 
Philip Blu' . . . . 
Henry B. Murray . . 
Marcus H. Hemphill 
Rial P. Benjamin . . 
James C. Thrawls. . 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



May 1, 1896. 
November 21, 1892. 
November 1, 1895. 
August 12, ]893. 
November 24, 1892. 
November 21, 1892. 



JAY COUNTY. 

PORTLAND, 



John A. M. Adair . . . 
Stephen A. D. Uillum. 
Abraham Bergman . . 

John Hays 

Ira Shaffer 

John T. Diekes . . . . 
Wm.H.Badus . . . . 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 1. 1895. 
November 14, 1>'92. 
November 1, 1895. 
November 14. 1892. 
November 1. 1895. 
November l4, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

MADISON. 



James Graham . . 
Daniel H. Deuiarll 
John G. Moore . . 
John Uoagland 
James A. Murett . 
James H. Smith. . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



October 31, 1896. 
November 6. 1892. 
November 13, 1894. 
August 20, 1893. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



197 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

JENNINGS COUNTY. 

VERNON. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 




Clerk 

Sheriff 


November 13, 1894. 


Wm.F. Welker 

"Wm. A. Shuck .... 


November li, 1892. 
November 6, 189t. 






November 6, 1892. 


Lewis U. Huckleberry 

Bruce R. dicks 




November 13, 1894. 


Coroner 


November 13, 1«92. 


Charles W. Miles 




November 13, 1892. 









JOHNSON COUNTY. 

FRANKLIN. 



Chas. Byfield 

Thos.J. Covle 

Thos E. Valentine. . . 
Geo. W. Glemmer . . . 
Jas. K. P. Musselman. 
Liadsey L. Whiteside. 
Floyd S Owens . . . . 



Clerk. . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 
November 
November 
Novemoer 
November 
November 
November 



1,1895. 
5. 1895. 
21, 1892. 
15, 1894. 
13, 1892. 
15, 1892. 
21, 1892. 



KNOX COUNTY, 

VINCENNES. 



Jacob 0. Spiker 

Lyman A. Beckes. . . . 
Merdecai M. McDowell, 
Roben B. Patterson . . 
Clinton H. DeBolt . . . 
Geo. W. Donaldson . . . 
Anthony M. Yelton . . . 



Surveyor. 
Coroner . 
Sheriff . 
Recorder. 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Cleik . . 



November 6, 1892. 
November 6, 1892. 
November 23, 18r)2. 
November 1, 1h95. 
November 1, 1895. 
Novembers, 1892. 
February 24, 1896. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 

WARSAW. 



Wm. D.Wood 


Clerk 


November], 1895. 
November], 1895. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 




Austin C. Funk 


Auditor 










Lewis Ripple 

Ainer Thomas , 


Sheriff 




Coroner 




Geup W . McCarter 










LA 


GRANGE COUNTY. 

LAGRANGE. 






Jno. J. Gillette 

Jo.x. G. SrOtt . . 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Sheriff' 


November 13, 1894. 
Septembers. 1893. 
November 19, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 
Novembers, 1892. 




Jacob Spearon 




Samuel M. Eash 




Geo. A. Eagieton . . 













198 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

LAKE COUNTY. 

CKOWN POINT. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Teem Expiees. 




Clerk 


November 1,1895. 


Thomas Mfi'ay 

A.Murrav Turner . . . 

P P dordon 




August 29, 1893. 


Sheriff 


November 15, 1S92. 
September 16, 1893. 


James D. Wellman 


Surveyor 


November 15, 1892. 



LAPORTE COUNTY. 

X,APOETE. 



Frederick 0. Lambka. 
iSimi-O'i S. Bosserman, 
Geo. F Swiin . . . . 

Geo. W. Heed 

Alex. J. Muller, Jr . . 
Jos. D. Morris, Jr. . . 



Auditor . 
Treii surer 
Reco der 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 13, 1894. 
November 15, 1892. 
April U, 1896. 
November IS, 1892. 
November 13, l*-93. 
November 13, 1892. 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

BEDFORD. 



John B.Malntt 
Jdo. N. Dagsy. . 
R'.bert W. Day . 
James C. Penrson 
Lycurgus Duncan 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



Novpmber 1, 189'>. 
November 16,1892. 
February 29. 189V 
November 16, 1892. 
November 16, 1892. 



MADISON COUNTY. 

ANDERSON. 



Jas J. Notterville . 

Crtlvin H Allen. . . 

John R. Puise. . . . 

Daniel W. Black . . 

James Ktchinson . . 
Chas. L. Arinington 

Alexander Ross. . . 



Clerk . . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Hecorrler 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



November 18. 1894. 
November 1. 1895. 
AuKUst 15, 1893. 
November 18, 1894. 
November 18, l>-92. 
November 12. 1892. 
December 10, 1892. 



MARION COUNTY. 

INDIANAPOLIS. 



John R. Wilson. 

Thomns Taggurt 
Paul Julian . . . 
Victor M. Backus 
Peter Carson . . 
Henry W. Lmgenberg 
Frank E. Manker. . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Surveyor 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 



November 10, 1891. 
November 2, 189i. 
November 15, 1892. 
September 4, 1893. 
October 24. 1896. 
December 9. 1892. 
November 15, 1892. 



199 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

MAESHALL COUNTY. 

PliYMOXJTH. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expiees. 


Dpsigney A. Snyder 

Henry L. Jarrell 

Peter II ihn 


Clerk 




SberifF 

Au iitor . 

Treasurer 


November 19. 1892. 
March 11, 1895. 




August 20. 189 5. 




November 20, 1H92, 




Surveyor 


November 11, 1892. 







MARTIN COUNTY. 

SHOALS. 



David Garey .... 
Walter Pnyton . 
Oeorge W Gnte.s - . 
James A. WilliMras . 
Columbus M, Cooper 
James McBride . ■ . 



Clerk.. . 
Sheriff. . 
Treiisurer 
Kecorder . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor . 



March 20, 1895. 
November W, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 
October 25, 189fi. 
November 13, lfi92. 
November 13, 1892. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 

PERU. 



Joseph H. Larimer . . . 

Thomas Gr. Stewart . . . 
Azro II. Wilkinson . . . 

Eli J. Jamison 

James D. Rhineberarer 
Benjairiin P. Grandstaff 
Clarence S. Jackson - . 



Clerk . . . 
Auditor 
Treasurer 
Recorder . 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor . 



June 6, 1895. 
November 16.1894. 
August 30. 1893. 
June 6. 1895. 
November Ifi, 1892. 
November 16, 1K92. 
November 16, 1892. 



MONROE COUNTY. 

BLOOMINGTON. 



John W. Cravens 


Clerk 


November 13, 1894. 


Tolbert II. Sudbury 




September 7, 1893 


James W. Jackson 




November 13. 1894. 


Thomas .1. Farr 


Sheriff .... ... 


November 13. 1892 


James D. Maxwell, Jr 




November 13. 1892, 


George B. Rader 




November 13, 1892. 









MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

CBA.WFORDSVILLE. 



John P. Bible .... 
John L. Goben . . . 
John C. Hutton . . . 
Charles T. Bronaugh 
William F. Hunt . . 



Sheriff. . 
Auditor ■ 
Treasurer. 
Coroner 
Surveyor . 



Auffust 22. 189'^. 
November 1, 1895. 
■•September 1. 1893. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 



200 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

MORGAN COUNTY. 

MARTINSVILLE. 



NAME. 


NAME OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


KeubeB C. Griffitt 


Clerk 

Sheriff. . . 


November 14, 1894. 
December 16, 1892. 


Wm.C. Batita 


Auditor 


December 17, 1894. 
May 31. 1894. 




Coroner . . 

Surveyor 


November 14, 1*92. 


Curtis G. H. Goss 


November 14, 1892. 



NEWTON COUNTY. 

KENTLAND. 



Wm. H. Kenoyer . . . 
Marion C. C^nover . . . 
Samuel A. Martindale 
John VV.RandHll . . , 
Willis A. (Jridley 
Jesse M. Loekwood 



Clerk . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



April 11. 1896. 
April 11, 1896. 
November U, 1892. 
vovember 13. 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 15, 1892. 



NOBLE COUNTY. 

ALBION. 



Frank P. Bothwell . 
Jac'b H. Shauck . . 
Carlos R. Wiley . 
Jos. M. Shew . . . . 
Calvin A Seymour . 
John C. Briiikerhoff 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



October 31, 1896. 
Januarys, 1893. 
November 1, 1895. 
August 14, 1893. 
November 21, 1892. 
November 21, 1892, 



OHIO COUNTY. 

RISING SUN. 



Chas. B. Matson . 
Samuel E. Scott 
Malvin W.Pisk . 
Millard F. Seward 
Scott Th'UU'Son 
Edward P. Gleason 
James Westcott 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



October 31, 1896. 
November 18, 1892. 
November 1.1895. 
August 10, 1893. 
November 18, 1894. 
November 18, 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 

PAOLI. 



John A. Lingle ■ 
John W. Ellis . 
Lloyd Kiiumel . 
Thorn.- s J. Ross. 
AJson Boyd . . 
Wm.T. Kimbrell 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
Sheriff. . 



November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1892. 
October 26, 1896. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 



201 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

OWEN COUNTY. 

SPENCEK. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


WinfieldS Johnson • 


Clerk 


November 18, 1894. 




Sheriff. 


November 18, 1892. 




November 1, 189o. 


Wm.P. Cassady 

Lorenzo E. (Jo^its . 

Frederick V. Stuckey 




Septembers, 1893. 


Recorder. 


November 1, 1895. 
November 18, 1892. 




November 10, 1892. 









PARKE COUNTY. 

ROCKVILLE. 



Samuel T. Catlin . 
Jas. M. Denwi die 
Chas. B. Lambert. 
Geo. S. .lones . . 
Aaron W. Mnrris . 
Jno. T. Campbell . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, i892. 
November 14, 1892. 



PERRY COUNTY. 

CANNELTON. 



Wm. G. Minor . . . . 

John Conway 

M rtin F. Oasper . . . 
Michael A. Eberhard . 
John C. Richie . . . . 
Wm. Cluthe. . . . 
John W. Cunningham 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



March 10, 1896. 
November 14. 1892. 
December 1. 1894. 
November 15. 1892. 
Marcii 10, 1896 
November 13, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 



PIKE COUNTY. 

PETEESBURGH. 



Goodlet Morgin 

Franklin H. Beddenback 

OniHS <». Smith , 

John W. Stetwell . . . . , 
Andrew Anderson ... 



Clerk. , . 
Auditor 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Surveyor. 



April 1, 1895. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 



PORTER COUNTY. 

VALPARAISO. 



Ed C. O'Neill . . . 

Jos. SegO .... 

Jno. W. Elim. . . 
Allen W. Reynolds 
Thos. H. Patrick - 
Hayes C. Coats . . 
Henry Rankin . . 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 1.1895. 
November l-S, 1892. 
November 13. 1894. 
August 12, 1893. 
November 1.1895. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



202 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

POSEY COUNTY. 

MOUNT VEKNON. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Geo. H. WilsoD .... 
Ed. hj. Hichinan . . . 
Tho?. J. Jolinson . . . 
John Walz 














Clerk ' 

.^herifif 

Auiliior 


November l.]895. 
August 30. 1893. 
March 1, 189i. 
August 30, 1893. 
November 1, 1895. 










No ember 11, 1892. 


Win.H. Whitworth. . 


Surveyor 


November 11, 1892. 





















PULASKI COUNTY. 

WINAMAC. 



Wm. March . . . . 
L ■ wrence KufF . . 
W.ii.H Bouslog . 
Jos. D. Vurpillar , 
Jno J. 'I ho in as . . 
Andrew J. Moyer , 



Clerk . . 
Sheriff, . 
Audiior . 
Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 16. 1891. 
August 27, 1893. 
Novem er 16. 1894. 
September 6, 1893. 
November 16. 1892. 
November 16, 1892. 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 

GREEX CASTLE. 



Daniel T. Darnall. 
Wm.B. Vestal . . 
Geo. M. BlHck. . . 
Wm. A. Bowen . . 
Daniel S. Hurst, . 
Thomas W.MoNefiF 
Jas. F. O'Brien . . 



'"lerk . . 

Sheriff. . 

Auditor 

treasurer 

Recorder 

Coroner . 

Surveyor. 



November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1892. 
November 1, 1895. 
September 7, 1893. 
November 1, 1895. 
November 2, 1892. 
November 2, 1892. 



EANDOLPH COUNTY. 

WINCHESTER. 



Jas. M. Fletfher 
Alben Ca>ifieid . . 
Geo. W. Veal . . . 
Jo-erth J. Kvans . . 
Jacob E. Hin&haw 



Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
Treiifurer 
^(jroner . 
Surveyor . 



November 13. 1892. 
November 13, 1894. 
September 8, 18^3. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 

VERSAILLES. 



Joseph E. Wright 
Henry 0. Wells . 
James W . Lemon 
Gi o. H. (j overt . 
Thos. E. Wilison 



Surveyor . 
Loroner . 
Sheriff. . 
I reasurer 
Auditor 



November 15, 1892. 
November 8, 1892. 
November 15, 1892, 
November 17, 1892. 
March 1, 1895. 



203 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

KUSH COUNTY. 

RUSHTILLE. 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Teem Expieks. 






Nosreraberl, 1895. 






January 1, 1893. 
Aug ista'S, 1895. 
Aiiga-t25, 189!. 






FrHDcis M. Redman 


Sheriff" 






August 25. 11-93. 
November 13, 1892, 


Francis M. 8priager 









SCOTT COUNTY. 

SCOTTSBUEGH. 



Wm. Rice 

Chas W. Cruson . . 
Hugh Colvin . . . . 
Andrew L, R'af^kall 
L. Earley Keith . . . 



Sheriff. . 
Auditor . 
I reasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



November 17, 1892. 
November 14, 1891. 
November 17, 18vf2. 
November 17, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 

SHEIiBYVILLE. 



John R. Sedgwick . 
Harv-y C. Rny . . 
Jeremiah Diigan . 
Thomas B. Anders 
Jnoob II . Thom«s . 
Wm.McDou all . 
Clarence K. Bruce 



Olerk 
Auditor . 

Surveyor . 
Recorder . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 



November 8,1891. 
September 1. 1895. 
November 1?!, 1892. 
November 1, 1895. 
September 13, 1893. 
Novem' er 13, 1892. 
JSpvemberlS, 1892. 



SPENCER COUNTY. 

ROCKPORT. 



Henry 0. Trenary 

Weslev W'.Killatr.s 


Sheriff 

Auditor 


Avg-st28. 1893. 
November 20. 1895. 
November 10. 1892. 
November 18,1892. 
November 17, 1892, 




John T McKinney 


Treasurer 




Thof. R. Austin 



















STARKE COUNTY. 

KNOX. 



Jas. C. Fletcher 


Clerk 

Trea.-urer 


November 21 1894 


Andrew 0. Cistleman 


Nove'nber21, I>i92. 
Niivember 1. 1895. 


Jico*i Va"derweele 

Maik K. Wright. . 


Sheriff 


Vov«mber2l. 1S92. 
Nov. mber 15, 189 i. 


Jos. jS. McCormick 




November 21, 1892, 









204 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, 

SOUTH BEND. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Wm. C. MeMichael 

Andrew J. Ward 


Clerk 

SherifiF . 


November 6, 1894. 
Nov.mber21, 1892. 
Nnv( mber ], 1895. 






November 29, 1892. 


Win.D.Shiinp 

Era^tus M. Drollinger 

Benj.F. Waldorf 


Recorder 


November 1, 1895. 
Novtm ler 21, 1892. 


Surveyor 


November 21, 1892. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 

ANGOLA. 



William E. Kimsey . 
Sol. A. Wood . . . . 
Cbisier V.Tuttle . 
AdelbertF. Day . . 
Thomas K. Legg . . 
AlvaJ.Kimmel . . 
Frank JS. Noyes . . 



Clerk . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Corooer . 
Surveyor 



November 1.1895. 
March 1, 1896. 
Septembers, 1893. 
November 1. 1895. 
September 10, 1893. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1890. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

SULLIVAN. 



William M. Denney 
Williiim Willis . . . 
Jonathan Scott . . . 
Vaohael D. Cummins 
William H. Hawkins 
Oliver P. Hanis . . . 
Benjamin E.Briggs 



Clerk . . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

She. iff. . 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



March 28, 1896. 
MHrch28. 189(i. 
August 9, 1893. 
November 11,1894. 
Novem')erlS, 1892. 
November 18. 1892. 
November 18, 1892. 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 

VEVAY. 



Walter C. Benedict . . 
Joseph E. Hart . . . 

William Tait 

Daniel V. Seavers. . . 
Oscar Williamson. . . 
Benjamin L.Simmons 
RoUin Charlton. . . . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1,1895. 
Novf mber 1. 1895. 
November 13, 1892. 
Nov* mber 1. 1895. 
November 13. 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 

LAFAYETTE. 



David H. Flynn. . 
J. Frank Byers . . 
Thomas A. Flazer 
William Rush. . . 
William A. tjaddis 
Luther M. Irwin . 
Tom Cory 



Clerk . . 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



November 16, 1895. 
November 18, 1894. 
Aug ist2. 1893. 
Oct. b.r30, 1896. 
August 25, 1893. 
NoT.mbL-r 16, 1892. 
November 17, 1892. 



205 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



TIPTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


William L. Berryman 

G.orseO. Wood 

James K. Armstrong 

Arch E. Small 

John Kieier 


Clerk 

Auditor 

Treasurer 

Hecorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 


November 18, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
Augasr. 18, 1898. 
NovembT 1, 1895. 
November 2:^,1892. 
November 18, 1892. 


John W. Mott 




November 18, 1892. 









UNION COUNTY, 





Clerk 


November 1, 1895. 
November 1,1895. 
September 7, 1893. 
November 1, 1895. 
November 11, 1892. 
Nov. mber 11, 1892. 
November 11, 1892. 










Joseph Lafuse 


Treasurer 




John J. Garrett 


Sheriff 

Coroner 

















VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 



EVANSVILTiE. 



Charles T. Jenkins 
James D. Parvin . 
James F. Saunders 
Paul DeKress . . . 
Frank Pritchett. . 
Charles P. Beard . 
Ira A. Fairchild . 



Clerk . . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 10, 1896. 
Novimber 13. 1894. 
0-tobe-l, 1893. 
N. V. mber 14, 1894. 
November 1:?, 1892. 
Dee mber 5, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



VERMILLION COUNTY. 



John T. Lowe. . . 
Peter Aikraan . . 
John B.> (Proves . , 
Michael Maher . . 
Thomas Brindley 
Robert A. Parrett, 



nierk . . 
Treasurer 
R corder 
Sher ff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



Ap.il22. 1896. 
November 2-!, 1892. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 23, 1892. 
Nov. mber 13, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



206 



COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 



VIGO COUNTY. 



TERRE HAUTE. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 




Clek 


October 30, 1896. 




Sheiiff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Survej'or. 


















Nov< mb'T 18, 1892. 




Ma'ch rt, I89i. 


Gustave A. Conzman 

Levi t+. Hughes 

Wm.R. M^tiox 


Augu-t 21, 18^3. 
N. V mber 1. 189.3. 
N( V. mber 13, 1892. 
NoVi.mber 18, 1892. 























WABASH COUNTY. 



Levi Patterson .... 
Wm.T. Willi <nis . . . 
Benjamin F. Williams 
John 0. Summerlacd. 
Wnrren VVilliams. . . 
Alonzo M. (iibson 
Wm. Fuwler 



Clerk . . 
Sheiiff. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



Nrvpmber 1.1895. 
Augusi 27.189!. 
Ni V. mbc-r 1. 1h95. 
Sep' mber 5, 1H93. 
N.v mb-r2. 189rt. 
Novi mber 15, 1x92. 
November 13, 1892 



WARREN COUNTY. 



WILLIAMSPORT. 



Peter W. Schoonover 

Jas. .^wisher 

Siimnel C. Fenton. . 
Augustus Croi khite 
James Johnson 
Wm. P. Carmiehael. 



Clerk . . 
Sheiiff. . 
Au' itor . 
Trea-urer 
CoToner . 
Surveyor 



June 2.3. 1895. 
Nov. mber 13,1892. 
Nov mbar 9. 1894. 
Augu-i i[, ls9:5. 
Nov mber 13, 1^92. 
November 13, 1892. 



WARRICK COUNTY. 



BOONVILLE. 



John W. Perigo. 
Wm.L. Scales. . 
Adolph W. Heim 
Ishnm Musters . 
Allen Eby. . . . 
George. M. Pierce 
William Meyer . 



Clerk . . . 
Sheiiff. . 
Auditcir . 
Treasurer 
Recorder . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



Ftb-uary24.1896. 
August 30, 1893. 
N..V. mber 11, 1891. 
N. V mber11,18H2. 
Febiu.rv?4. 1896. 
i\. V mber 8, l»-:92. 
Ji.nu.iry 19,1892. 



207 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

SALEM. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Eli W. MPTiaugh 

John W. Underwood . ...... 

Eli.'sha. D. Williams 


ri'ik 

SheiifiF 

Audicor 


NovPmbprlS, 189i. 
Ndv mber 6. 1892. 
N. vemb;r 13, 1894. 
.S pri mber 21, 1893 






Ncv mber 13, 1894 






Ni.vdnber 17. 1892 


Wm. C. McUoskey 




November 13, 1892. 









WAYNE COUNTY. 

RICHMOND. 



Chns.B. M-rlott 

Geoign K. Williams 


Sh"TiEF 

« leik 

Aucii or 


Novpmber 1.3. 1892. 
(let. bcr30, 1896. 




N' V mber 1, 189i 




Ni V mb«r 15, 1892 


Bprnb>ird H. Holihouse 


Recorder 


Nov, mber 18. 1896. 
November 13. 1«92. 


Robert A. Howard 


Surveyor 


iSovember 13,1892. 



WELLS COUNTY. 

BliUFFTON. 



Albert Oppenheim 
Jas. T. Uailey. . . 
Wm. H. Ernst. . . 
Wm. Cover . . . 
Win. F. (-l^aoynes . 
Warren McHnde . 
Wm. A.Kunkle. . 



Cleik . . 
Sheijif. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
R( C'lrder 
ror< ner . 
Surveyor 



N'^vmberlS. 1894. 
Augu t 27, 1893. 
X..V. mber 1, 189^. 
December 15, 1892. 
Nov mber 1. 1895. 
December 13, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



WHITE COUNTY. 

MONTICEIil.O. 



Jf'nes Breasley .... 
Jas. 1*. (levin .... 
Hiiara A. B. Moirhous 
B^in ird A. Vog 1. . . 
Wm. H . Sampson . . . 
Robert A. Lawrie. . . 



ri-rk . . 
Sheiiff. . 
T re a tourer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



July 7. 1895. 
Novimb-r 14.1892. 
S. pt. mber 12, 1893. 
July 7. 1895. 
Novt mber 14, 1892. 
November 13, 1892. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 

COLtJMBIA CITY. 



Wm. H. IVri«gIey. 
Job 1 W.McNabb. 
Cbrisropht-r Souder 
John <4r-a-s . . 

John W. (Jolden . 
Chivs.b. Williams. 
Edward W. Lilly . 



Clerk . . 
ShenfiF. . 
Auditor . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



November 1. 1895. 
November 19. 1892. 
November 14, 1^94. 
November 12, 1894. 
November 1, 1^9^ 
November 14, 1892. 
November 14, 1892. 



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210 



FIEST EEGIMENT INFANTRY, INDIANA LEGION. 



Colonel, 

Lieutenant- Colonel, 
MHJir, 

Battalion Major, 
Battalion Major, 
Battalion Major, 
Surgeon, 

Assistant Surgeon, 
Adjutant, 
Quartermaster, 
Chaplain, 



W. D. Ewing, 



T. M. Davis, 
Chas. H. McCaver, 

Geo. F. Beasley, 

Willard C. Keller, 
Harry Stinson, 



Indianapolis. 



Lafayette. 
Evansville. 

Lafayette. 

Evansville. 
Evansville. 



COMPANY A, VnsrCENNES. 



COMPANY B, TERRE HAUTE. 



.Captain, 


Geo. W. McCoy. 


Captain, 


John W. Ebel. . 


Ist Lt., 


Mason J. Niblack. 


1st Lt., 


Chas. 0. Ebel. 


2d Lt., 


James L. Harris. 


2d Lt., 


A. T. Ballinger. 


COMPANY 


C, NEW ALBANY. 


COMPANY D, CANNELTON. 


Captain, 


Geo. H. Pennington. 


Captain, 


Wm. C. Henning, Jr. 


1st Lt., 


Geo. B. Card will. 


1st Lt., 


E E. Haering. 


2d Lt., 


Thos. F. Wolfe. 


2d Lt., 


Leon Leaf. 



COMPANY E, EVANSVILLE. 



Captain, 
Ist Lt, 
2d Lt., 



H. P. Cornick. 
J. F. Blum. 
H. R. Scott. 



COMPANY F, BRAZIL. 



Captain, 
Ist Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Wm. Daly. 
D. McAuliSe. 
Thos. Davis. 



COMPANY G, EVANSVILLE. 



Captain, 
Ist Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Gus. B. Mann. 
Frank A. Foster. 
Aug. F. Duysing. 



COMPANY H, MOUNT VERNON. 

Captain, Geo. F. Zimmerman. 
1st Lt., W. J. Ruminer. 

2d Lt., S. C. Reagan. 



COMPANY K, PRINCETON. 



Captain, 
1st Lt, 
2d Lt, 



W. E. Simpson. 
Robt. Kolb. 
Wm. Wilson. 



COMPANY h, SULLIVAN. 



Captain, 
Ist Lt., 
2d Lt, 



Geo. T. Briggs. 
Carl L. Hinkle. 
Wm. Pyles. 



COMPANY M, EVANSVILLE. 



Captain, 
Ist Lt, 
2d Lt, 



Jno. W. Roberts. 
R. B. Amos. 
Walt. Parks. 



211 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY, INDIANA LEGION. 



Colonel, 






Wm. J. McKee, 




Indianapolis. 


Lieutenant-Colonel, 




Benj. C. Wright, 




Indianapolis. 


Major, 






John H. Oliver, 




Indianapolis. 


Battalion Major, 






W. W. Eobbins, 




Bunker Hill. 


Battalion Major, 






Harry B. Smith, 




Indianapolis. 


Battalion Major, 












Sufgeon, 






E. L. Slver, 




Fort Wayne. 


Assistant Surgeon, 






W. W. Barnett, 




Fort Wayne. 


Adjutant, 






F. Will. Frank, 




Indianapolis. 


Quartermaster, 






Geo. W. Keyser, 




Indianapolis. 


Chaplain, 






1 






COMPANY A, INDIANAPOLIS, 


COMPANY 


B, 


FORT WAYNE. 


Captain, Will. 


J. 


Kercheval 


Captain, 


C. 


J. Bulger. 


1st Lt., Geo. 


E. 


Hereth. 


Ist Lt., 


W 


'm. H. Peltier. 


2d Lt., Chas. 


Gammerdinger. 2d Lt., 


W 


: W. Kerr. 



COMPANY C, BUNKER HILL. 



CCMPANY D, INDIANAPOLIS. 



Captain, 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Jno. N. Davis. 
Jacob Clemans, 
R. N. Reeder. 



COMPANY E, INDIANAPOLIS. 



Captain, 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Chas. E. Tarleton. 
Wm. G. Beach. 
Jno. K. Dean. 



Captain, 


Jas R. Ross. 


let Lt., 


George Butler. 


2d Lt., 


Henry T. Conde. 


COMPANY 


F, PORTLAND. 


Captain, 


W. W. Keen. 


1st Lt., 


J. C. M. Shanks. 


2d Lt., 


C. M. C. Shanks. 



COMPANY G, ANDREWS. 



Captain, 
J St Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Lessel Long. 
Jno. H. Moore. 
J. M. Ashly. 



COMPANY H, WAYNETOWN. 



Captain, 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Wm. H. York. 
Robt. E. Ray. 
Jno. S. Thompson. 



COMPANY I, CRAWPORDSVILLE. 



COMPANY K, WARSAW. 



Captain, 


Mart. V. Wert. , 


Captain, 


L. E. Harter. 


1st Lt., 


B. F. McClamrock. 


Ist Lt., 


Wm. B. Berroth, 


2d Lt, 


Earl McCampbell. 


2d Lt., 


John Chandler. 



COMPANY L, LAFAYETTE. 



Captain, 
Ist Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Geo. B. King. 
L. W. Ci8..<ell. 
W. J. Warner. 



COMPANY M, INDIANAPOLIS. 



Captain, 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Jas. M. Rhodes. 
John J, Buckner. 
Jesse H. Ringgold. 



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THIRD REGIMENT INFANTRY, INDIANA LEGION. 



Colonel, 




R. Wes. McBride, 




Elkhart. ■ 


Lieutenant-Colonel, 


> 


John W. Powell, 




Lebanon. 


Major, 




George S. Haste, 




Valparaiso. 


Battalion Major, 




James K. Gore, 




Elkhart. 


Battalion Major, 




George W. Gunder, 




Marion. 


Battalion Major, 




Charles F. Griffin, 




Indianapolis* 


Assistant Surgeon, 




W. W. Weson, 




Frankfort. 


Surgeon, 




Thos. C. Kimball, 




Marion. 


Adjutant, 




C T. Dorwin, 




Decatur. 


Quartermaster, 




John D. Hale, 




Decatur. 


Chaplain, 




W. D. Parr, 




Elkhart. 


COMPANY A, LEBANON. 


COMPANY 


B, 


DECATUR. 


Captain, Wm. 


Cason. 


Captain, 


M 


. L. Byers. 


Ist Lt., E. M. 


Bruce. 


Ist Lt., 


John H. Steele. 


2d Lt., E. Caldwell. 


2d Lt., 


P. 


L. Andrews. 



COMPANY C, VALPABAISO. 

Captain, C. H. Dickover. 



Ist Lt., 
2d Lt., 



R. C. Jones. 
J. W. Turner. 



COMPANY D, MARION. 

Captain, L. C. Lillard. 



Ist Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Wm. Been. 
Oren Kern. 



COMPANY E, ELKHART. 
Captain, Wm. V. Cadmus. 



Ist Lt., 
2d Lt., 



C. E. Walley. 
Charles Stenson. 



COMPANY G, ROCHESTER. 

Captain, H. C. Long. 

1st Lt., Bert Skinner. 

2d Lt., Cyrus Davis- 



COMPANY P, SOUTH BEND. 

Captain, George M. Studebaker. 
1st Lt., George Feasor. 

2d Lt., Henry Wagner. 

COMPANY H, PERU. 

Captain, Wm. Moore. 



Ist Lt., 
2d Lt., 



.Jos. Kile. 
Henry Kroning. 



COMPANY I, WATERLOO. 



Captain, 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 



S. A. Bowman. 
Chas. H. McBride. 
Jno. O. Snyder. 



COMPANY K, FRANKFORT. 

Captain, Wm. F. VanArsdel. 
1st Lt., Jno. E. Allen. 

2d Lt., Chas. Moody. 



COMPANY L, FOWLER. 



Captain, 
1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Edwin G. Hall. 
Robert Hamilton. 
Frank Carter. 



COMPANY M, INDIANAPOLIS. 

Captain, Jacob M. Porter. 
1st Lt., Chas. Rodgers. 

2d Lt., J. A. Foster. 



FIRST REGIMENT LIGHT ARTILLERY, INDIANA LEGION. 



Major, 
Surgeon, 

Assistant Surgeon, 
Adjutant, 
Quartermaster, 



H. H Woods, 
W. H. Lopp, 

Dan. A. Thompson, 
Jos. C. Willard, 



Michigan City. 
Indianapolis. 

Indianapolis. 
Fort Wayne. 



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COMPANY 


A, INDIANAPOLIS, 


Captain, 


Jas. B. Curtis. 


iBt Lt,, 


C. L. DeWitt. 


2d Lt., 


H. C. Jackson. 



COMPANY C, ROCKVIIiLE. 

Captain, Frank E. Stevenson. 



1st Lt., 
2d Lt., 



Ed. Lambert. 
H. T. Fichen. 



COMPANY E, FORT WAYNE. 

Captain, W. W. Mungent. 

Ist Lt., Wm. G. Kanke. 

2d Lt , David S. Eckert. 

SEPAEATE COMPANIES INFANTKY, .NDIANA LEGION. 



FIRST SEP. CO., TERRE HAUTE. 

Captain, H. B. Sweet. 



SECOND SEP. CO., RICHMOND. 

Captain, Ed. Muehl. 



iBt Lt., 


1st Lt., A. C. Grice. 


2d Lt., J. T. Triche. 


2d Lt., Ed. K. Anderson. 


THIRD SEP. CO., GREENFIELD. 


FOURTH SEP. CO., RUSHVILLE. 


Captain, Ed. P. Thayer, Jr. 


Captain, John E. Holt. 


1st Lt., Walt. O. Bragg. 


1st Lt., Geo E. Conover. 


2d Lt., Noble Warrum. 


2d Lt., Andrew Pea. 



RECAPITULATION. 



COMMISSIONS ISSUED, 

To Justices of the Peace 2,336 

To l^otaries Public 2,839 

To Commissioners of Deeds 1 59 

Commutations, pardons and paroles Ill 

Revised Statutes sold from this office 225 

Delivered to State, United States, Judicial and Legisla- 
tive officers and Legislature 243 

Remissions 27 

Requisitions 95 

Extradition warrants 1 09 

Articles of incorporation of railroads 68 

Articles of incorporation of mining and manufacturing 

companies, banks, insurance companies, etc 1,135 



INDIANA OFFICIAL REGISTER. 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNORS. 



Arthur St. Clair, Governor ISTorthwest Territory. 
John Gibson, from 1800 to January 10, 1801. 
William H. Harrison, from 1801 to 181 2.=*= 
Thomas Posey, from 1812 to 1816. 



GOVERNORS OF THE STATE. 



Jonathan Jennings, from 1816 to 1819. 

Jonathan Jennings (second term), from 1819 to 1822.f 

Ratlitfe Boone, from September 12 to December 5, 1822. 

William Hendricks, from 1822 to 1825. 

James B. Ray (acting), February 12 to December 11, 1825.J 

James B. Ray, from 1825 to 1828. 

James B. Ray (second term), from 1828 to 1831. 

Noah Noble, from 1831 to 1834. 

Noah Noble (second term), from 1834 to 1837. 

There have been several omiseions in ihe OiBcial Register of the Governors of 
Indiana, extending from the territorial period down to the present time, which, for 
purposes of historical accuracy, we have deemed proper to supply. 

* Governor Harrison was appointed early in the year 1800, but was not sworn 
into office until January 10, 181)1. John Gibson, the Secretary of the Territory, 
acted as Governor until his arrival. 

t Jonathan Jennings, having been elected to Congress before the end of his 
second term, resigned the office of Governor September 12, 1822, and was suc- 
ceeded by Ratliffe Boone, who served until December 5 of the same year. 

t Governor Hendricks, having been elected a Senator of the United States, te- 
eigned his office on the 12th day of February, 1825, and was succeeded by James 
B. Ray, the Lieutenant Governor, who served as Governor during the remainder 
of the term. 



215 

David Wallace, from 1837 to 1840. 

Samuel Bigger, from 1840 to 1843. 

James Whitcomb, from 1843 to 1^46. 

James Whitcomb, from 1846 to 1848. 

Paris C. Dunning (acting), from 1848 to 1849.* 

Joseph A. Wright, from" 1849 to 1852. 

Joseph A. Wright, from 1852 to 1857. 

Ashbel P. Willard, from 1857 to 1860. 

Abram A. Hammond, from 1860 to ISGl.f 

Henry S. Lane, from January 14 to January 16, 1861.J 

Oliver P. Morton (acting) from 1S61 to 1865. 

Oliver P. Morton, from 1865 to 1867. 

Conrad Baker (acting), from 1867 to 1869.|| 

Conrad Baker, from 1869 to 1873. 

Thomas A. Hendricks, from 1873 to 1877. 

James D. Williams, from 1877 ^to 1880. 

Isaac P. Gray, (acting), from 1880 to 1881.§ 

Albert G. Porter, from 1881 to 1885. 

Isaac P. Gray, from 1885 to 1889. 

Alvin P. Hovey, from 1S89 to . 



LIEUTElS^Ai^T GOVERNORS. 



Christopher Harrison, from 1816 to 1819. 
Ratlifie Boone, from 1819 to 1825. 
John H. Thompson, from 1825 to 1828. 

* Governor Whitcomb was elected a Senator of the United States December 27, 
1848, and Paris C. Dunning, Lieutenant Governor, served as Governor during the 
remainder of the term. 

t Governor Willard died on the third day of October, 1860, and Abram A. 
Hammond, the Lieutenant Governor, served as Governor during the- remainder of 
the term, or until .January 14, 1861. 

t Governor Lane was elected a Senator of the United States January 16, 1861, 
and Oliver P. Morton, the Lieutenant Governor, served as Governor the remainder 
of the term. 

II Governor Oliver P. Morton was elected a Senator of the United States on the 
23d of January, 1867. On the day following he resigned his oflBce, and Conrad 
Baker, the Lieutenant Governor, served as Governor during the remainder of the 
term. 

§ Governor Williams died November 20, 1880, and Isaac P. Gray, Lieutenant 
Governor, served as Governor the remainder of the term. 



216 



Milton Stapp, from 1828 to 1831. 
David Wallace, from 1831 to 1837. 
David Hillis, from 1837 to 1840. 
Samuel Hall, from 1840 to 1843. 
Jesse D. Bright, from 1843 to 1845.* 
Godlove 8. Orth (acting), 1845. 
James G. Reed (acting), 1846. 
Paris C. Dunning, from 1846 to 1848. 
James G. Reed (acting), 1849. 
James H. Lane, from 1849 to 1852. 
Ashbel P. Willard, from 1852 to 1857. 
Abram A. Hammond, from 1857 to 1860. 
John R. Cravens (acting), from 1859 to 1863. 
Paris C Dunning (acting), 1863 to 1865. 
Conrad Baker, from 1865 to 1867. 
Will Cumback (acting), from 1867 to 1869. 
Will Cumback from 1869 to 1873. 
Leouidas Sexton, from 1873 to 1877. 
Isaac P. Gray, from 1877 to 1880. . 
Frederick W. Viehe (acting), 18S1. 
Thomas Hanna, from 1881 to 1885. 
Mahlon D. Manson, from 1885 to 1886.t 
Robert S. Robertson, from 1887 to 1889. 
Ira J. Chase, from 1889 to . 



SECRETARIES OF STATE. 



John Gibson, Territorial, from 1800 to 1816. 
Robert A. ITew, from 1816 to 1825. 
William W. Week, from 1825 to 1829. 
James Morrison, from 1829 to 1833. 
William Sheets, from 1833 to 1837. 
William J. Brown, from 1837 to 1841. 
William Sheets, from 1841 to 1845. 

* Jesse D. Bright was elected to the Senate of the United States, March 6, 1865, 
t Vacated office by qualifying as Revenue Collector, and Robert 8. Robertson 
elected November 2, 1886, to fill vacancy. 



217 

John H. Thompson, from 1845 to 1849. 
Charles H. Test, from 1849 to 1853. 
Nehemiah Hayden, from 1853 to 1855. 
Erasmus B. Collins, from 1856 to 1857. 
Daniel McClure, from 1857 to 1859. 
Cyrus L. Dunham, from 1859 to 1861. 
William A. Peelle, from 1861 to 1863. 
James S. Athon, from 1863 to 1865. 
Nelson Trusler, from 1865 to 1869. 
Max F. A. Hoffman, from 1869 to 1871. 
Norman Eddy, from 1871 to 1872. 
John H. Farquhar, from 1872 to 1873. 
William W. Curry, from 1873 to 1875. 
John E. Neff, from 1875 to 1879. 
John G. Shanklin, from 1879 to 1881. 
Emanuel R. Hawn, from 1881 to 1883. 
William R. Myers, from 1883 to 1885. 
William R. Myers, from 1885 to 1887. 
Charles F. Griffin, from 1887 to 1889. 
Charles F. Griffin, from 1889 to 1891. 
Claude Matthews, from 1 891 to . 



AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

Peter Jones, commissioned September 5, 1805 ; resigned in 
1810. 

William Prince, commissioned April 13, 1810 ; resigned in 
1813. 

General W. Johnston, commissioned January 20, 1813 ; re- 
signed in 1813. 

William Prince, commissioned February 8, 1813 ; resigned 
in 1813. 

Davis Floyd, commissioned June 15, 1813; served till admis- 
sion of the State into the Union. 



218 
AUDITORS OF 8TATE. 



William H. Lilley, from 1816 to 1829. 
Morris Morris, from 1829 to 1844. 
Horatio J. Harris, from 1844 to 1847. 
Douglass Maguire, from 1847 to 1850. 
Erastus W. H. Ellis, from 1850 to 1853. 
John P. Dunn, from 1853 to 1855. 
Hiram E. Talbot, from 1855 to 1857. 
John W. Dodd, from 1857 to 1861. 
Albert Lange, from 1861 to 1863. 
Joseph Eistine, from 1863 to 1865. 
Thomas P. McCarthy, from 1865 to 1869. 
John D. Evans, from 1869 to 1871. 
John C. Shoemaker, from 1871 to 1873. 
James A. Wildman, from 1873 to 1875. 
Ebenezer Henderson, from 1875 to 1879. 
Mahlon D. Manson, from 1879 to 1881. 
Edward H. Wolfe, from 1881 to 1883. 
James H. Rice, from 1883 to 1885. 
James H. Rice, from 1885 to 1887. 
Bruce Carr, from 1887 to 1889. 
Bruce Carr, from 1889 to 1891. 
John O. Henderson, 1891 to . 



TREASURERS OF INDIANA TERRITORY. 



William Mcintosh, commissioned February 9, 1801 ; removed 
for cause. 

James Johnson, commissioned September 4, 1805 ; resigned 
in 1813. 

General W. Johnston, commissioned May 29, 1813; served 
till State was admitted into the Union. 



219 



TREASUEEES OF STATE. 



Daniel C. Lane, from 1816 to 1823. 
Samuel Merrill, from 1823 to 1825. 
Nathan B. Palmer, from 1825 to 1841. 
George H. Dunn, from 1841 to 1844. 
Eoyal Mayhew, from 1844 to 1847. 
Samuel Hannah, from 1847 to 1850. 
James P. Drake, from 1850 to 1853. 
Elijah Fewland, from 1853 to 1855. 
William E. Noffsinger, from 1855 to 1857. 
Aquilla Jones, from 1857 to 1859. 
Nathaniel F. Cunningham, from 1859 to 1861. 
Jonathan S. Harvey, from 1861 to 1863. 
Matthew L. Brett, from 1863 to 1865. 
John I. Morrison, from 1865 to 1867. 
Nathan Kimball, from 1867 to 1871. 
James B. Eyan, from 1871 to 1873. 
John B. Glover, from 1873 to 1875. 
Benjamin C. Shaw, from 1875 to 1879. 
William Fleming, from 1879 to 1881. 
Eoswell S. Hill, from 1881 to 1883. 
John J. Cooper, from 1883 to 1885. 
John J. Cooper, from 1885 to 1887. 
Julius A, Lemcke, from 1887 to 1889. 
Julius A. Lemcke, from 1889 to 1891. 
Albert Gall, from 1891 to 



TEEEITOEIAL JUDGES. 



William Clarke, Henry Vanderburgh, John Griffin, ap- 
pointed July 4, 1800. 



220 
JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. 



James Scott, from 1816 to 1831. 
John Johnson, from 1816 to 1817. 
Jesse L. Holman, from 1816 to 1831. 
Isaac Blackford, from 1817 to 1853. 
Stephen C. Stephens, from 1831 to 1836. 
John T. McKiuney, from 1831 to 1837. 
Charles Dewey, from 1836 to 1847. 
Jeremiah Sullivan, from 1837 to 1846. 
Samuel E. Perkins, from 1846 to 1865. 
Thomas L. Smith, from 1847 to 1853. 
Andrew Davison, from 1853 to 1865. 
William Z. Stuart, from 1853 to 1857. 
Addison L. Roache, from 1853 to 1854. 

Alvin P. Hovey (appointed), from to 1854. 

Samuel B. Gookins, from 1854 to 1857. 

James L. Worden (appointed), from 1858 to 1865. 

James M. Hanna (appointed), from 1858 to 1865. 

Charles A. Ray, from 1865 to 1871. 

Jehu T. Elliott, from 1865 to 1871. 

James S. Frazer, from 1."'65 to 1871. 

Robert S. Gregory, from 1865 to 1871. 

James L. Worden, from 1871 to 1882.* 

Alexander C. Downey, from 1871 to 1877. 

Samuel A. Buskirk, from 1871 to 1877. 

John Pettit, from 1871 to 1877. 

Andrew L. Osborne, from 1872 to 1874. 

Horace P. Biddle, from 1874 to 1880. 

William E. Nihhick, from 1877 to 1883. 

George V. Howk, from 1877 to 1883. 

Samuel E. Perkins, from 1877 to 1879. 

John T. Scott, from 1879 to 1880. 

William S. Wood, from 18«1 to 1883.t 

Byron K. Elliott, from 1881 to 1887. 

William H. Coombs, from December 2, 1882, to 1883. 

Edwin P. Hammond, from 1883 to . 

Allen ZoUars, from 1883 to . 

William E. Niblack, from 1883 to . 



•Resigned December 2, 1882. 
tResigned May 8, 1888. 



221 

Oeorge V. Howk, from 1883 to 1889. 
Joseph A. S. Mitchell, from 1885 to 1891. 

Byron K. Elliott, from 1887 to . 

Walter Olds, from 1889 to . 

John T>. Berkshire, from 1889 to . 

Silas D. Coffey, from 1889 to 



Joseph A. S. Mitchell, from to 



ATTORNEY GENERALS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

John Rice Jones, commissioned January 29,1801; resigned 
in 1804. 

Benjamin Parke, commissioned August 4, 1804; appointed 
Territorial Judge. 

Thomas Randolph, commissioned June 2, 1808; killed at 
Tippecanoe. 



ATTORNEY GENERALS. 



James Morrison, from March 5, 1855. 
Joseph E. McDonald, from December 17, 1857. 
James G. Jones, from December 17, 1859. 
John P. Usher, from November 10, 1861. 
Oscar B, Hord, from November 3, 1362. 
Delana E, Williamson, from November 3, 1864. 
Bayless W. Hanna, from November 3, 1870. 
James C. Denny, from November 6, 1872. 
Clarence A. Baskirk, from November 6, 1874. 
Thomas W. Woollen, from November 6, 1878. 
Daniel P. Baldwin, from J^ovember 6, 1880. 
Francis T. Hord, from 1882 to 1884. 
Francis T. Hord, from 1884 to 1886. 
Louis T. Michener, from 1886 to 1888. 
Louis T. Michener, from 1888 to 1890. 
Alonzo G. Smith, from 1890 to . 



222 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



William 0. Larrabee, from 1852. 
Caleb Mills, from 1855 to 1857. 
William C. Larrabee, from 1857 to 1859. 
Samuel L. Rugg, from 1859 to 1861. 
Miles J. Fletcher, from 1861 to 1862. 
Samuel K. Hoshour, from 1862. 
Samuel L. Rugg, from 1862 to 1865. 
George W. Hoss, from 1865 to 1869. 
Barnabas C. Hobbs, from 1869 to 1871. 
Milton B. Hopkins, from 1871 to 1874. 
Alexander C. Hopkins, from 1874 to 1875. 
James H. Smart, from 1875 to 1881. 
John M. Bloss, from 1881 to 1883. 
John W. Holeombe, from 1883 to 1885. 
John W. Holeombe, from 1885 to 1887. 
Harvey M. LaFollette, from 1887 to 1889. 
Harvey M. LaFollette, from 1889 to 1891. 
Hervey D. Vories, from 1891 to . 



UNITED STATES SENATORS. 



James Noble, from 1816 to 1831. 
Walter Taylor, from 1816 to 1825. 
WiUiam Hendricks, from 1825 to 1837. 
Robert Hanna (appointed), 1831. 
John Tipton, from 1831 to 1839. 
Oliver H. Smith, from 1837 to 18^3. 
Albert S. White, from 1839 to 1845. 
Edward A. Hannegan, from 1843 to 1849. 
Jesse D. Bright, from 1845 to 1861. 



223 



James Whitcomb, from 1849 to 1852. 

Charles W. Catlicart (appointed), from 1852 to 1853. 

John Petit, from 1853 to 1857. ' 

Graham N. Fitch, from 1857 to 1861. 

Joseph A. Wright (appointed), from 1861 to 1863. 

Henry S. Lane, from 1861 to 1867. 

David Turpie, 1863. 

Thomas A. Hendricks, from 1863 to 1869. 

Oliver P. Morton, from 1867 to 1 877. 

Daniel D. Pratt, from 1869 to 1875. 

Joseph E. McDonald, from 1875 to 1881. 

Daniel W. Voorhees (appointed), from 1877 to 1879. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1879 to 1885. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1885 to . 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1881 to 1887. 
David Turpie, from 1887 to . 



CLERKS SUPREME COURT. 



TERRITORIAL STATE. 

Daniel Lymmes, from 1794 to 1804. 
Henry Hurst, from 1804 to 1820. 

E. Macdonald, from 1817 to . 

Henry P. Coburn, from 1820 to 1852. 
William B. Beach, from 1852 to 1860. 
John P. Jones, from 1860 to 1864. 
Laz. Noble, from 1864 to 1868. 
Theodore W. McCoy, from 1868 to 1872. 
Charles Scholl, from 1 872 to 1876. 
aabri(il Schmuck, from 1876 to 1880. 
Daniel Royse, from 1880 to 1881. 
Jonathan W. Gordon,' from 1881 to 1882. 
Simon P. Sheerin, from 1882 to 1886. 
William T. Noble, from 1886 to 1888. 
William T. Noble, from 1888 to 1890. 
Andrew M. Sweeney, from 1890 to . 



224 
REPORTERS SUPREME COURT. 



Isaac Blackford (one of the judges), from 1817 to 1850. 

Horace E. Carter, from 1852 to 1853. 

Albert G. Porter, from 1853 to 1856. 

Gordon Tanner," from 1857 to 1861. 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1861 to 1863. 

Michael C. Kerr, from 1863 to 1864. 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1864 to 1869. 

James B. Black, from 1869 to 1877. 

Augustus ¥. Martin, from 1S77 to 1881. 

Francis M. Dice, from 18S1 to 1885. 

John W. Kern, from 1885 to 1889. '' 

John L. Griffiths, from 1889 to . 



ADJUTANT GENERALS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

John Small, February 4, 1801. 
Daniel Sullivan, August 4, 1812. 
Charles Smith, October 21, 1812. 
Daniel Sullivan, January 14, 1813. 
General W. Johnston, September 10, 1813. 
Waller Taylor, February 24, 1814. 
Allen D. Thom, September 7, 1814. 



ADJUTANT GENERALS. 



STATE OF INDIANA-. 

Stephen Ranney, February 14, 1817. 
Henry P. Coburn, December 24, 1819. 
Stephen Ranney, December 5, 1822. 
Thomas Posey, September 3, 1823. 
J. Landis. 



225 

Douglar^ Miiguire. 

Diivid Reynolds, duriug Mexican War 
David Reynolds, January 16, 1850. 
Wni. A. Morrison, June 12, 1857. 
Lewis Wallace, April 15, 1861. 
John M. Wallace, April 26, 1861. 
Lazarus Noble, May 27, l&ol. 
W\ H. IT. Terrell, Xovemher 12, 1864. 
James C. Veatcli, May 20, 1869. 
John G. Greenawault, 1870. 
Win. W. C'onner, January, 1873. 
George W. Russ, January, 1877. 
James R. Carnahan, 1881 to 1885. 
George W. Koontz. 1885 to 1889. 
Nicholas R. Ruckle, 1889 to . 



QUARTERMASTER GENERALS. 



Samuel Reck, January 16, 1850. 
Ambrose Ballweg, March 22, 1861. 
Thomas A. Morris, April 16, 1861. 
John H. Vajen, April 29, 1861. 
John C. New, May 30, 1862. 
Asahel Stone, October 15, 1862. 

P. Schmuck, , 1866. 

H. N. Conklin. 
Samuel Beck, to 1884. 

George L. Branham, , 1885. 

James B. McShepard, from 1885 to 1889. 
Jos. P. Pope, from 1889 to -. 



COMMISSARY GENERALS. 



Michael C. Bright, November 27, 1857. 
Isaiah Mansur, April 15, 1861. 
Asheal Stone. May 20, 1861, to October 15, 1862. 
15-vSec. 



226 
STATE PAYMASTERS. 



Oscar M. Kendrick, June 11, 1861. 
Stearns Fisher, January — , 1863, 



CHIEFS OF THE BUREAU OF STATISTICS. 



John Collett, 1879 to 1881. 
John B. Connor, 1881 to 1883. 
William A. Peelle, Jr., 1883 to 1885. 
William A. Peelle, Jr., from 1885 to 

John Worrell, 1889 to . 

Wm. A. Peelle, Jr., to . 



INDIANA. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTE 



STATE OFFICERS, CONGRESSMEN, JUDGES, PROS- 
ECUTING ATTORNEYS, AND MEMBERS 
OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 



NOVEMBER ELECTION, 1890. 



Consolidated Roster of Such Officers, Showing Expiration of 
their Terms, Including County Officers. 



OFFICIAL. 



CHARLES F. GRIFFIN. 

Secretary of State. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. Bl'RFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRmTING AND BIKDISG. 

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NOVEMBER ELECTION, 1890. 





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FIRST DISTRICT. 


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1 2,255 

2,034 

5.422 

: 2.088 

1.684 

Spencer - 2.29t 

Perry , 1,953 



Pdsey . . . 
Gib.'ion .... 
Vanderburgh 
Warrick . . . 
Pike 



2,015 ! 
2.705 ; 
4,303 I 
2,084 
1,793 
2,263 
1.712 I 



Total 17.730 ! 16,875 

Parrett's plurality : 855 .. . 

Parrett's majority 283 .... 



39 
272 
101 
77 
44 
28 
11 

572 



34 





SECOIS^D DISTRICT. 




"3 


c 

< 

257 
62 
12 1 
10 I 
13 

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12 


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2,874 
2.448 

1,728 
1,232 
2.310 
1,311 
1,313 
1,481 


2,026 

2,505 
1.844 
961 
448 
1.779 
] ,321 
1,112 


542 




201 




1,628 




472 


Dubois . . 




772 






576 






458 














Total 


14.697 
2,701 


1] ,996 


369 


4,649 


Bretz' 















THIRD DISTRICT. 



Harrison 

Washington 

Jackson 

Jennings 

Scott 

Clark 

Floyd 

Total 

Brown'.-! plurality 
iJrown'.-! majority 





- 1 


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- 


j3 1 




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M 


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1-5 


is 


2,306 


1,598 


2,140 


1.533 


2,796 


2,010 


1.508 


1,790 


944 


659 


3,399 


2,487 i 


3,276 


2,353 


16,369 


12,430 


3,939 




3,620 





319 



237 



VOTE POLLED FOR COE^GRESSMEN— Continued. 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 


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2,369 
2,286 
2,301 

810 
2,623 
3,077 

586 
1,587 


2,896 
2,204 
2,350 
872 
1,398 
2,028 
.628 
1,491 


26 

32 

140 

44 

52 

54 

4 

4 






12 








2- 




11 




20 


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Total. . . 


15,639 
1,772 
1,366 


13,867 


356 


50 






Holman's majority 















FIFTH DISTRICT. 


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1,439 
2,145 
2,746 
2,248 
1,859 
523 
1,941 
2,454 


1,808 
2,763 
1,976 
2,006 
1,707 
1,338 
2,523 
2,949 


66 
94 

200 
65 
58 
30 

141 
57 






10 














Brown 








Bartholomew 


1 






Total 


15,355 


17,070 

1,704 

993 


711 


11 


Cooper's plurality 


Cooper's majority 

















SIXTH DISTRICT, 



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Henry 

Delaware 

Randolph 

Wiiyne 

Fayette . 

Rush . 

Total 

Johnson's plurality 
Johnson's majority 



2,948 
3,530 
3,791 
4,622 
1,612 
2,283 

18,786 
5,736 
4,558 



1,756 
2,431 
1,952 
3,024 
1,444 
2,200 

12,807 



191 
194 
241 
339 
62 
151 

1,178 



238 



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17,890 
4,091 


14,575 
.'5,588 


510 
237 




Madison 






2,284 
3,136 


1,684 
2,239 


102 
225 




Shelby 




Total 


27,401 


22,086 


1,074 






5,315 
4,241 

























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EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


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James A. Mount.' 


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2.949 
5,616 
3.365 
2,102 
1,424 
2.235 
3.700 


1,631 
4.794 
2.665 
2,285 
1,503 
2,117 
3,338 


28 
36 
155 
226 
50 
32 
119 




Vigo • • 


118 


niav 


32 


Parke 






26 






Montgomery. . - . : 




Total 


21,391 
3,058 
2,236 


18,333 


646 


17& 


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3,300 
3,&53 
3,079 


2.924 
4.08i 
3,008 
1,646 
3.143 
3,063 
1,349 
1,534 


64 
129 
183 

71 
288 
278 

64 

45 














2,373 
2.385 
2.480 
1.256 
927 














41 






Total 


19,453 


20,752 
1,258 


1,120 


41 










138 













239 



VOTE POLLED FOR CONGRESSMEN— ContiMued. 



TENTH DISTRICT. 


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Carroll 


2,392 
3,885 
1,843 
2,186 
1,340 
804 
1,018 
1,974 
1,820 


2,282 
3,211 
1,672 
1,945 
1,017 
1,018 
1,149 
1,989 
1,817 


155 

254 

100 

92 

M 






25 


White . 




Fulton 


6 










Jasper 


88 

75 

. 147 












Total. . . . . 


17,262 

1,162 

176 


16,100 


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31 























ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 






Grant . . . 
Miami . . . 
Wabash . . 
Huntington 
Wells . . 
Adams. . . 
Jay 
Blackford . 



Total 

Martin's plurality. 
Martin's majority 



2,883 
3,253 
2,468 
3,226 
2,621 
2,621 
2,644 
l,0y7 



3,555 
2,629 
3,263 
3,151 
1,322 
1,004 
2,358 
718 



371 
184 
275 
229 
209 

93 
202 

64 



20,813 
2,813 
1,186 



18,000 



1,627 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



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Allen 

Whitley 

Noble 

Dekalb 

Lagrange 

Steuben 

Total 

McClellan's plurality 
McClellan's majority 



7.573 
2.195 
2,776 
2,967 
1,343 
1,116 



17,970 
4 050 
3,111 



3,269 
1.806 
2,543 
2,608 
1,805 
1,889 



13,920 



220 
158 
153 
206 
76 
126 



939 



240 



VOTE POLLED FOR CONGRE88MEN_Ooi.tiiiued. 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 



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Starke 908 

Laporte 4,111 

St. Joseph . . ; . 5,181 

Marshall 2,905 

Elkhart 4,237 

Kosciusko . 2.976 

Totitl . ." I 20,318 

Shively's plurality ' 2,704 

Shively's majority 1,693 




241 



ABBTRAOT OF VOTES POLLED FOR SENATORS IN 
GENERAL ASSEMBLY, NOVEMBER, 1890. 



Counties — Jesse Y. Demaree. John J. Moore. 

Brown 440 1,301) 

Johnson 1,907 2,375 

Morgan 2,226 ],980 

Total 4,573 ' 5,655 

Counties— Chas.T.Akin. 

Sullivan 2,902 

Greene 2,467 

Total . 5,369 

Counties — Wui. Crow. 

Fountain 2.386 

Warren ],C05 

Total 3,391 

Counties— Milo W. Barnes. E. J. Loveland. 

Howard 2,281 ' 3,024 

Miami 3,280 2,.555 

Total ' 5,561 5,579 

Counties— David H. Ellison. 

Jackson 2,707 

Lawrence 1,425 

Total 4,132 

Counties— Iverson Lynn. 

Harrison 2,304 

Crawford 1,481 

Orange 1,314 

Total 5,099 

Counties— Johannes Ropelke. Jno. E. Mander. 

Lake 2,033 1,855 

Porter 1,744 1,803 

Total . 3,777 3,658. 

County— John F. McHugh. Job Osborne. 

Tippecanoe 3,806 3,842 

Total . . 3,806 3,842 

Counties— Wm. Kennedy. 

Daviess 1,727 

Martin 1,242 

Total 2,969 

16— Skc. 



Robt. Garrison. 
36 
156 
71 



A. P. Asberry. 
J .653 
2,591 



4,244 



.1. Frank Hanley. 
2,031 
1,476 

3,507 



.Jno. B. .Joyce. 
274 
203 



477 



Wm.N. McDonald. 
1,901 
1,836 

3,737 



David W. Voyles 
1,851 
1,186 
1,730 

4,767 



Wm. 


B. Owen, 






86 






172 






258 


F. 


E 


. Pierce. 
128 



128 



Levi A. Killion. 
2,068 
746 



2,814 



242 



Coutjties— John McGregor. 

JefiFerson 2,383 

Clark 3,386 

Total 5,769 

County— Jos. D. Morgan. Jos. W. Cromwell. 

Allen 7,439 308 

Total 7,439 . 308 

County— John Yaryan. 

Wayne 4,453 

Total 4,453 

Counties— Wm. G.Holland. 

Franklin .' 2,587 

Ripley " 2,275 

Union 799 

Total 5,661 

Counties— Richard A. Fulk. D. M.Beck. 

Brown 1,302 45 

Bartholomew 2,815 65 

Monroe 1,792 59 

Total 5,909 169 

Counties-^ Uenry B. Smith. David N. Bell . 

Adams 2,528 1,020 

Blackford 1,070 711 

Jay 2,569 2,364 

Total 6,167 4,095 

Counties— Henry .J. Weggs. S. S. Weavert. 

Knox . .- 2,837 2,089 

Pike 1,688 1,621 

Total 4,525 3,710 

Counties— A. G. Holcomb. D.W.Smith. L.Wilson. 

Gibson 1,928 2,064 231 

Posey 2,191 952 39 

Total .... -1.119 3,016 270 

Cunties — Timothy E. Howard. C. Lavamore. 

St. Joseph 5,007 4,134 

Starke 872 694 

Total 5,879 4,828 

Counties— Morgan Chandler. J. W. Comstoek. 

Rush 2,199 2,268 

Hancock 2,295 1,637 

Totnl 4,494 3,905 



Frank F. Dean. 

2,858 
2,485 

5,343 



F.W.Thiele. 
2,540 

2,540 



Daniel Hill. 

732 

732 



-Jos. W. Conaway, 
1,377 
2,056 
876 



4,3,09 



H. Doup. 

485 
2.409 
1,757 

4,651 




Samuel H. Scott. 
485 



L. Wasson. 
725 
1,039 



1,764 



J. C Birdsell. 
226 
11 

2.37 



Wm. R.AVilliams 
116 
110 

256 



243 



Counties— Francis M. Griffith. John W. Coffieid. 

Dearborn 2.929 2,121 

Ohio 563 624 

Switzerland • • • • 1'571 1.481 

Total 5,063 4,226 

Counties— Geo. H. Thompson. H.Alexander. L.B.Miller. 

Huntington 3,274 3,036 240 

Wells 2,483 1,358 180 

Total 5,757 4,394 320 

Counties— John Sweeney. 

Dubois 2,320 

Perry 1,970 

I Total 4,293 

County— Rufus MaGee. J. C. Hadley. John H. Rohrer. 

Cass 3,703 3,348 273 

Total 3,703 , 3,348 273 

Counties— Isaac S. French. .Jas. W. Holder. S.O.Christian. 

Spencer 2,248 2,270 23 

Warrick ........ 2,059 2,034 74 

Total 4,307 4,304 97 

Counties— David Gulp. ^Vtn. AV. Oilman. T.H.Robinson. 

Jasper 902 1,199 104 

Benton . 1,191 ' 1,394 , 74 

Newton 750 1,032 71 

Total 2,843 3,625 249 

Counties— Levi S. Scott. Geci.'W. Hobson. John B. Wright. 

Parke. 2,059 2,210 242 

Vermillion 1,424 1,488 56 

Total 3,483 3,698 298 



244 



VOTE POLLED FOR REPRESENTATIVES IN GENERAL 
ASSEMBLY— NOVEMBER, 1890. 



MORttAN COUNT.Y. 



Wm. H. Brown. 
2,199 


HENDRICKS COUNTY. 




Geo. Goss. 
2,050 


Ja?. H. Clay. 

1,928 


M. I. Parker. 

2,685 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 




C. M.Hobbs. 
241 


John T. Beasley, 

2,808 


FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 


Jot 


in L. Shields. 
1,766 


Elliot N. Bowman. 
2,092 


C.F.Hesler. 
2,037 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 




A. W. Helms. 
276 


Alfred N. Higgins. 

3,612 


T. J. Armstrong. 
3,206 

TIPTON COUNTY. 




J.M.Kendall. 
132 


.Jas. M.Fippen. 

2,171 


H.B.Cole. 

1,745 

HOWARD COUNTY. 




Wm. G. Thompson. 

83 


sseC. Yager. Luther McDowell. W.Mitchell. 
2,250 3,018 296 


J.S. Butlor. 
161 




JACKSON COUNTY. 






August G.Ostermann. 
2,766 


Jos 


.G.Edwards. 
1,846 




WASHINGTON COUNTY. 






Wm.B. Fatten. 
2,063 


' 


Robert W.Allen. 
1,467 




DEKALB COUNTY. 






Freeman Kelly. 
3,014 


•J. Buchanan. 

2,577 

JOHNSON COUNTY. 




Chas. Eekhart. 
201 


Luther Short. 
2,359 


J. V. Deer. 

1,963 

HARRISON COUNTY. 




S. I. Tomlinson. 
132 


.Jaoob F. Wright. 
2,267 


J.V.B.McRae. 

1,870 




E. Keller. 
38 



245 



MADISON COUNTY. 



James M. Farlow. 


M. L. Cromer. 


N. H. Manning. 


4,030 


3,536 
LAKE COUNTY. 


229 


Adam Bbert. 


H.H.Ragon. 


Hans. C. Hanson. 


2,051 


1,847 
PORTER COUNTY. 


80 


Clement J. Kern. 


(tbo. C. Gregg. 


Jacob B.Hall. 


1,811 


1,790 
DELAWARE COUNTY. 


151 


Elisha J. Puekett. 


Thos. S. Guthrie. 


W. H. Pierce. 


2,015 


3,474 
PUTNAM COUNTY. 


507 


Frank D. Ader. 


A.Breckenridge. 


W. A. Workman. 


2,723 


2,146 ' 
CARROLL COUNTY. 


107 


Jas. L. Johnson. W. 


Pearson. D. R. Barbae 


J.W. P. Thomas, 


2,355 


2,283 147 
TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 


46 


James 0. Wright. 


A.F.Wells. 


J. Kolb. 


3,669 


3,961 
MARION COUNTY. 


132 


Harvey Mathews. 


Henry Thienes. 


Jno. CMcCIoskfey. 


17,426 


17,591 


17,422 


James E. McCuUough. 


Frederick J. Mack. 


J. E.Clelland. 


17,605 


17,485 


14,781 


Wm. D. McCoy. 


Jno. L. McMaster. 


F.I. Grubbs. 


14,008 


14,696 


14,157 


Hiram B. Howland. 


T. P. Hessong. 


W.L.George. 


14,568 


572 


633 


J.W. Apple. 


S. Fry. 


Jas. A. Pressly. 


573 


584 
DAVIESS COUNTY. 


619 


Harvey Taylor. 


Henry Aikman. 


J. W. Major. 


1,674 


1,775 
MIAJMI COUNTY. 


1,583 


Wm.W. Robbing. 


Wm. 0. Pieper. 


E. G. Thomas. 


3,210 


2,666 
JEFFERSON COUNTY. 


181 


Geo. E.Frow. 


Victo 


r K. Officer. 


2,374. 


ALLEN COUNTY. 


2,833. 


John Beighler. 


Samuel M. Hench. 


S.Mills. 


7,347 


7,384 


293 


B. B. Fowler. 


F. Cordney. 


Thomas Cox. 


285 


2,411 


2,487 



246 



Oliver J. Glessner. 
3,067 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



E.J.Clark. 
2,243 



J. H. Browa. 
218 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



Arthur C, Lindermuth. B. B. Beeson. 



4,375 



861 



.J. M. Cox. 
649 



N. Harlan . 

4,383 



Samuel S. Harrell. 
2,574 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

S. R.Elwell. 

1,382 



E. Hughes. 

56 



Jas. Roscoe. 
2,730 



NOBLE COUNTY. 



S. O'Biatt. 
2,481 



B. Voughey. 
147 . 



Asbury Emerson. 
1,417 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 

Wm. M. Brown. 
1,761 



Milton T. Rose. 
131 



Isaac P. Leydon. 
3,326 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



Jas. N. Day. 
162 



Lewis I. Conner. 
2,464 



WABASH COUNTY. 

Alex. Hess. 
3,183 



E.E.Rodgers. 



Robt.B. Kellett. 
1,380 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 

Jas. N. Latta. 

1,747 



J. R. Pustin. 

78 



Albert Osborne. 
4,123 



ELKHART COUNTY. 

W.C. Brothers. 

4,093 



B. F. Stephens. 
328 



Andrew A. Adams. 

2,189 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 

H. H. Lawrence. 

1,815 



Ira Stoner. 
148 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



.Jos. F. Gent. 
2,831 



E. S. Carter. 
2,384 



.Jas. L. Smith. 
1.762 



OWEN COUNTY. 

J. A.Wilson. 

1,403 



Geo. W. Houser. 
114 



Samuel C. Wilson. 
3,491 



GRANT COUNTY. 

W. Maokey. 
358 



J. Stranze. 
2,669 



247 



Jonathan L. Lee. 

5,466 
John D. B. Kester. 

4,795 



VIGO COUNTY. 

Isaac W. Beauchamp. 

5,429 

S. E. Coltrim. 

419 



Jno. H. CrabJv, 

4,783 

Jesse Tryon. 

394 



Jacob Bucher. 
2,508 



GREENE COUNTY. 

Richard Huffman. 
2,544 



B.L.Allen. 
112 



Wm. A. CuUop. 

2,813 



KNOX COUNTY. 



Jno. B. Kelso. 
2.123 



J. E. Barrows. 

232 



J. E. Swope. 

479 



Michael L. Helman. 
1,649 



PIKE COUNTY. 

L. Broadell. 
1,614 



F. Lockhart. 
453 



Jos. W. Cunningham. 
1,943 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



P. A. Bryant. 
2,062 



J.T.Purvis 

226 



D. B. Montgomery. 
722 



John J. Nolan. 

5,422 
Jas. Calvert. 

5,188 



VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 

George A. Cunningham. 

4,206 

William H.Hornby. 

4.057 



F.M.Shultz. 

84 
Leroy Calvert. 

90 



John C.Smith. 
2,202 



POSEY COUNTY. 



Williams B. Givens. 
1,853 



AViUiamH. Stull. 

4,995 
George V. Byrkit. 

4,954 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 

Edward W. Laidlaw. 

4,116 

John Finch. 

4,136 



Wm.H. Barker. 

221 

Eli 0. Newman. 

217 



William Fowler. 
4,050 



L.WORTE COUNTY. 

F. D.Lewis. 

2,800 



Chnrles Engstrom; 
101 



Samuel S. McBride. 
2,213 



RUSH COUNTY. 

E. D.Oldham. 

2,258 



J. G. Wolf. 
149 



John W. Johnson. 
2,930 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 

R.Collier. 
2,117 



W. E. Lopeman.. 
50 



James Kelleher. 
3,142 



CLINTON COUNTY. 

Joseph H. Rickett.'i. 

2,977 



D. F.Maish. 
207 



248 



Sidney R. Moon. 
2,170 



PULTON COUNTY. 

N. A. McClung. 
1,915 



F. K. Kendrick. 
95 



Hiram Gill. 
, 3,230 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 

W. L. Plasterer. 

3,046 



M. W. Moore. 
241 



Arthur L. Thompson. 

2,855 



MARSHALL COUJSITY. 

A. Barber. 

2,301 



B. Parks. 



Phillip Zoereher. 
2,014 



PERRY COUNTY. 



George T. Jenkins. 
1,663 



Joseph Gray. 
3,743 



CASS COUNTY. 

B.F. Campbell. 
3,313 



J. Hampshire. 
278 



James T. Moss. 
3,294 



CLAY COUNTY. 

Samuel Anderson. 
2,669 



E. Boyd. 

157 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Jonathan Johnson. 
2,643 



John S. Hougham. 
2,923 



Willis J.Baker. 
2,233 



SPENCER COUNTY. 

B.B.John. 

1,824 



A, J. Haaf. 

477 



WARRICK COUNTY. 



Isaiah S. Hay. 


J. Martel. 


S. Gaultney. 


J. A. Bullock. 


2,066 


1,219 


82 


828 



John S. Peters 
2,970 



BOONE COUNTY. 



N. Longbrum. 
2,803 



0. Reer^. 

57 



W. G. Vanderver. 
205 



Henry F. Work. 
3,394 



CLARK COUNTY. 

James S. Taff. 
2,447 



Wm. K. Mathews. 



L. L.Mobley. 

2,240 



DECATUR COUNTY 

Jacob L. Doll. 
2,357 



G. W. Stotsenburg. 
146 



Cliaf. Dailey. 
2,093 



PARKE COUNTY. 

Jeremiah Morris. 
2,167 



H. C. Vestel. 
242 



249 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



Chester R. Faulkner. 


Wm. Gookins. 


J. L. Rand. 


2,227 


2,217 
KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 


24 


Samuel D. Auglin. 


A . J. Whittenberger. 


A. L. Jenner. 


2,963 


3,475 
RANDOLPH COUNTY. 


194 


James Kelley. 


Wm. D.Stone. C.Osborne. 


B. F.Wilmore 


1,880 


3,827 245 
HENRY COUNTY. 


352 


John M. Morris. 


John C.Hudleson. 


Wm.C.Bskew. 


2,841 


2,562 


23 


■- 


HANCOCK COUNTY. 




Samuel A. Troy. 


Chas. F. Bundy. 


T. J. Holding. 


2,259 


1,668 


110 



JOII^T REPRESENTATIVES. 



Counties— J. H. Claypool. T.B.Hunt. S- C. Kerr. 

Fayette 1,497 1,496 . . . 

Henry 2,914 2,369 16 

Total .... 4,411 3,8&5 16 

Counties — Is;i:(c N. Kester. 

Sullivan 2,912 

Vigo 5,493 

Vermillion 1,433 

Total : 9,838 

Counties— M.J.Carroll. T. M. Buck. 

Montgomery 3,585 3,221 

Putnam 2,738 2,126 

Clay 3,312 2,694 

Total 9,635 8,041 

Counties— Volney Trimble. Owen C. Boyd. 

Crawford 1,457 1,134 

Orange 1,306 1,330 

Total 2,763 * 2,464 

Counties— Norman Teal. C. Brouse, Jr. 

Elkhart 4,054 4,101 

Noble 2,715 2,509 

Dekalb 2,986 2,583 

Total 9,755 9,193 



A.Cook. 
169 



169 

Alfred J.Ralph. 
1,614 
4,812 
1,489 



J. J. 



7,915 

Darter. 
137 
109 
153 

399 



H.P. Mayer. 
93 
431 

524 

Jacob Noid. 
314 
139 
197 



650 



250 



Counties— John tt. Timmons. S. Brucker. S. D. MoCallr- 

White 1,814 1,667 97 

Pulaski 1,315 1,017 47 

Total 3,129 2,684 144 

Counties— Wm. M. Blackstock. Wm. S. Haggard. John D. Wirt. 

Tippecanoe 3,694 3,956 121 

Clinton 3,014 2,993 185 

Total 6,708 6,949 306 

Counties— James B. Curtis. A. J. Mankin. J.G.Kingsbury. 

Marion 17,530 14,653 616 

Hancock 2,243 1,678 109 

Shelby 3,085 2,211 221 

Total 22,858 18.542 946 

Counties— Marcus M. Kilgore. R. R Reed. D. A. McDowell. 

Cass 3,752 3,293 278 

Miami 3,230 2,624 189 

Total 6,982 5,917 467 

Counties— tteorge H. Voigt. 

Jefferson 2,329 

Clark 3,392 

Floyd 3,373 

Total . .' 9,094 

Counties— Wm. S. Oppenheim. 0. B. Mohler. L. R. Gale. 

Allen 7,465 3,141 238 

Huntington 3,221 3,039 245 

Total 10,686 6,180 483 

Counties— Squire B. Rude. Alex W. Bieghle. 

Franklin 2,578 1,383 

Ripley 2,229 . 2,096 

Union 821 864 

Total 5,628 4,3i3 

Counties — E.Inman. Thomas N. (iootee. 

Martin 1,243 643 

Dubois 2,316 757 

Total 3,559 1,390 

Counties— Wm. D.Watson. Henry Barnett. John M. Shook. 

Brown 1,302 437 36 

Monroe 1,663 1,837 71 

Total 2,965 . 2,274 107 

Counties— E. W, Pickhardt. Ed. A.Gleieu. 

Lawrence ' 1,309 2,330 

Orange 1,315 1,742 

Dubois 2,353 873 

Total 4,977 4,945 



251 



Counties— Job n Bran stetter. David S. Wilson. 

Adams 2,525 1,015 

Blackford 1,033 712 

Jay 2,590 2,346 

Total 7,148 4,073 

Counties— Richard K.Erwin. P.L.Andrews. 

Jay 2,574 2,354 

Adams . 2,526 1,012 

Total 5,100 3,366 

Counties- MJ.Niblaok. B. M. Willoughby. J. P. Fox. 

Knox 2,859 2,051 256 

Gibson 1,929 2,074 230 

Vanderburgh. . 5,176 4,208 93 

Total .... 9,964 8,333 579 




J. M. Downey. 

466 

705 



1,171 



Counties — 

Starke 

Pulaski 

Laporte 

Total 

Counties — 

Dearborn 

Ohio 

Switzerland 

Total 

Counties— Lee B. Gazebrook. 

Jasper 930 

Newton 766 

Total 1,696 

Counties— . Wm. Marvin. 

Benton 1,229 

Warren 867 

Total 2,096 

Counties — Jasper N. Callicott. 

Jennings 1,555 

Soott 939 

Total 2,494 



Lon. E. Bernethy. 
888 
1,321 
4,041 

5,250 



5,069 




2,218 



J. F. Sleeper. 
1,241 
1,522 

2,763 



F. Lett. 

1,737 

645 

2,382 



•Jas. S. Sparks. 
684 

2,801 



3,485 



Thos. M. Kyle. 


Edwin A. Hall 


2,933 


2,108 


566 


612 


1,570 


1,449 



4,169 

A.G.W. Farmer 

89 

74 

163 



M. Lank. 
82 
58 

140 



H.S Hardy. 

40 
38 



78 



252 



VOTE FOR JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS, NOVEM- 
BER, 1890. 



•Counties — 
Vanderburgh . 
Posey 



■Totnl 



FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



R.D. Richardsou. 
5,235 
2,206 

7,441 



H. A. MattisoH. 
4,234 
1,371 

5,605 , 



County- 
Harrison 

Total 



THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Wm.T. Zenor. 
2,292 



2,292 



R. J.TraeeVell. 
1,881 



1,881 



County — 
Jefferson 

Total 



FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Wm. T. Friedley. 
2,894 

2,894 



•Counties — 
Ohio . . . 
Dearborn 

Total . 



SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



. C. Downey. 


Chas. W. Stapp. 


575 


640 


2,823 


2,252 



3,398 



2,892 



Counties- 
Bartholomew. 
Brown . . 



Total 



NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Nelson R. Keys. 
2,886 
1,324 



4,210 



Counties- 
Monroe . . 
Lawrence . 

Total . 



TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Robert W. Miers. 
1,937 
. . 1,633 



3,570 



Henry C. Duncan. 
1,434 
1,681 

3,115 



Counties- 
Dubois 
Pike. . 
Gibson 



Total 



ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Oscar M.Wilborn. 


John W.Wilson. 


Lucius C. Embree, 


2,341 


109 


784 


1,676 




2,029 


2,086 




2,054 



6,103 



109 



4,867 



County- 
Wayne 



Total 



SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

J. W. Newman. D. W. Comstock. 

3,899 4,358 

3,899 4,358 



Wm. Edgerton. 
5 



253 



NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Edgar A. Brown. 

Marion 17,093 

Total 17,093 

TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Stephen Neal. 

Boone 2,998 

Total 2,998 

TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— James F.Harvey. E.C.Snyder. 

Montgomery 3,545 3,328 

Total 3,545 3,328 

TWENTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— * Theodore P. Davis. 

Hamilton 2,641 

Total 2,6il 

TWENTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County — G.D.Williamson. Leander J. Monks. 

Randolph 1,932 3,827 

Total 1,932 3,827 

TWENTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Nelson G. Hunter. 

Wabash 2,482 

Total 2,482 

THIRTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Edwin P. Hammond. 

Jasper 1,242 

Benton 1,458 

Newton 1,008 

Total 3,708 

THIRTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Wm. Johnson. 

Lake 1,952 

Porter 1,929 

Total 3,881 

THIRTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Jos. W. Adair. 

Noble 2,756 

Whitley 2,313 

Total 5,069 



Livingston Howland. 
15,311 

15,311 



Robert W. Harrison. 
2,832 



2,831 



T. E.Ballard. 
103 



103 



R. R. Stephenson. 
2,822 

2.822 



Wm. H. Anderson. 

253 



253 



Hnwey B. Shively. 
3,217 



3,217 



Wm. Darroch. 
912 
1,187 
797 



2,896 



Luther 0. Rice. 
83 
169 

252 



P.V. Hofiman. 
2,505 
1,714 



4,219 



254 



THIRTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— hex J. Kirkpntriek. Jas. C. Blacklidge. 

Tipton 2.265 1,660 

Howard . 2,537 2,921 

Total 4,802 4,581 

THIRTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties^ Ferdinand S. Swift. 

Union 822 

Fayette 1.429 

Total 2,251 

FORTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Albertus C. Capron. M. L. Esseck. Eli R. Herman. 

Marshall 2,826 2,333 83 

FuJton 2,130 1,957 101 

Total 4 956 4,290 184 

FORTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Samuel B. Voyles. Wm.FarrelL 

, Jackson 2,736 1,891 

Orange 1,369 1,607 

AVashington ■ 2,062 1,467 

Total 5,167 4,965 

FORTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— David N. Taylor. Sam'I C. Stinson. M. Hollinger. 

Vigo 5,170 4,624 869 

Total 5,170 4,624 869 

FORTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Geo.Burson. Wm.Spangler. 

Starke 884 692 

Pulaski 1,189 "^ 1,172 

Total . . . 2,073 1,864 

FORTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— . Allen B.Paige. Sam'I H. Doyal. 0. A. J. Morrison. 

Clinton 2,976 3,04i! 167 

Total 2,976 3,049 167 

FIFTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Alfred Ellison. Marcellus A. Chipman. 

Madison 3,976 3,632 

Total 3,976 3,632 

FIFTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— JabezT. Cox. Jas. M.Brown. Jno. C.White. 

Miami 3,139 2,736 176 

Total 3,139 2,7-36 176 



255 



FIFTY-SECOND JDDICIAL CrRCUIT. 

County— Geo. A. BiekneU. 

Floyd 3,363 

Total - 3,363 

FIF I Y-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Eugene H.Bundy. D.W.Chambers. J. Lockridge, Jr. 

Henry . . _ 2,826 2,455 22 

Total 2,826 2,455 22 

FIFTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Andrew G. Wood. Ed. Haymond. S.J. North. 

Kosciusko 2,932 3,439 248 

Total 2,932 3,439 218 



VOTE, 1890, FOR JUDUES SUPERIOR COURT. 



County— Robt. P. Davidson. Frank B. Everett. 

Tippecanoe 3,573 4,087 

County— Napoleon B. Taylor. Jas. W. Hrrper. P.W.Bartholomew. 

Marion 18,070 17,385 i 17,287 

Vinson Carter. Daniel W. Howe. Jno. E.Scott. 

" 14,228 15,130 14,971 

County — Chas. M. Dawson. David W. Jones. 

Allen . 7,612 367 

County— Peter Maier. Chas. H. Buttertield. 

Vanderburgh 4,965 4,516 



JUDGE CRIMINAL COURT. 



County- 
Marion 



Millard F. Cox. 
17,910 



C. B, Feibleman. 
l.'',932 



R. Denny. 
978 



256 



A^OTK {>()LLKT) FOR PROSECUTING ATT0RNEY8- 
XOA^ EMBER, 1890. 



FIRST JUDICLAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— John W.Spencer. Andrew J. McCuteheon. 

Posey 2,249 1,383 

Vnnderburgti 5,0U 4.428 

Total 7,263 5,811 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Richard M. Johnson. H. E. Hoggett. Wni. /. Bennett. 

Spencer 2,241 2,278 23 

Perry 2,015 1,635 8 

Warrick 2.014 2,076 113 

Total 6,270 5,989 144 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Christopher W.Cook. Ivan B. Wottle. 

Harrison • . 2,329 1,835 

Total 2,329 1,835 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County-- George E. Coll. JohnT Patterson. Matthew Clegg. 

Clnrk 3,396 2,433 103 

Total 3,396 2,433 103 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Perry E. Bear. 

Switzerland 1,452 

Jefferson . . ■ 2,850 

Total " 4,332 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Lincoln Dixon. Columbus B. Harrod. 

Ripley 2,274 2,071 

Jennings 1,705 1,583 

Scott 962 686 

' Total 4,941 4,290 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Rodman L.Davis. Chas. Conaway. 

Ohio 572 632 

DcHTborn 2,929 2,127 

Total 3,501 2,759 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Daniel T. Shields. David A. Myers. Alvan H. Swain 

Rush 2,259 2,208 149 

Decatur 2,243 2,368 141 

Total 4,502 4,576 290 



557 



NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Wm. M. Waltman. 

Bartholomew 2,782 

Brown 1.307 

Totel . 4.089 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- Robert D. Thompson. 

Lawrence 1,473 

Monroe 1,669 

Total 3,142 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Thomas H. Dillon. John H. White. 

Dubois 2,339 89 

Pike 1,666 

Gibson 1,964 . . . 

Total 6,069 89 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County—* " Orlando H. Cobb. Jonathan Keith. John Baker. 
Knox 2,866 2,058 225 

Total 2,866 2,058 225 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Prank A. Horner. 

Clay 3,351 

Putnam 2,734 

Total 6,085 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Wm. L. Slinkard. Geo. H. Shields. 

Greene 2,470 2,601 

Sullivan 2,909 1,608 

Total 5,379 4,209 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Wm.E. McCord. * 

Owen 1,391 

Morgan 2,222 

Total 3,613 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- ^ John C. McNutt. 

Johnson 2,376 

Shelby 3,060 ' 

Total 5,436 

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Jesse E. Beeson. 

Wayne 3,930 

Total 3.930 

17— Sec. 



Charles Fremy. 

2,538 

441 



2.979 



Simpson B. Lowe. 
1,809 
1,642 

3,451 



Wm. F. Simmons. 

792 

2,008 

2,738 



5,538 



John C. Adams. 

495 



495 



Albert Payne. 
2,636 
2.139 



4,775 



E. L. Paxton. 
71 
39 

110 



Edward S. Davis 
1,831 
1,987 



3,818 



David L. Wilson. 

1,936 
2,274 

4,210 



Henry C.Starr. 
4,228 

4,228 



258 



County- 
Hancock ■ 

Total 



EiaHTEBNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Edward W. Felt. 
2,281 



Frank E. Hammer. 
1,714 



2,281 



1,714 



Chas. C. Jessea. 
34 ^ 



34 



County- 
Marion . 

Total , 



NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



John W. Holtzman. 

17,390- • 



Chas. L. Holstein. 
12,788 



17,390 



12,788 



EliF.Ritter. 
1,690 



1,690 



County— 
Boone. 



Total 



TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Harvey P. New. 

. . ...'.'■..'.... 2,912 



2,912 



Jos. 0. Pedigo. 
2,796 

2,796 



Counties^ 
Warren . 
Fountain 

Total 



TWENTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Wm.H. Cox. 
..... 989 

2,449 



3,438 



James Bingham. 
1,469 
1,970 

3,4^9 



Countj'— 
Montgomery 



Total 



TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Winfield S. Moffett. Wm. T. Whillington. 
3,603 3,301 



3,603 



3,301 



County— 
Tippecanoe. 



Total 



TWENTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Samuel L. Brady. 
. . . 3,493 



3,493 



Wm. R. Wood. 
4.177 

4,177 



County- 
Hamilton . 

Total . 



TWENTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Luther Clifford. 
2,268 



2,268 



Simon D. Stuart. 
3,006 



3,006 



County — 
Randolph. 

Total . 



TWENTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Levi James. 
1,919 

1,919 



Benj. F. Marsh. 
3,814 

3,814 



Wm. F.Hunt. 

253 

253 



Counties- 
Adams 
Jiiy . . 



Total 



TWENTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



George F. Whitaker. 
2,535 
2,597 

5,132 



Z.B. Lee. 
1,015 
2,339 



3,354 



E. Dewitt Brothers. 
109 
219 

328 



Counties— 
Wabash. 



Total 



TWENTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Ed E. Eikenburry. 
2,417 

2,417 



Alfred H. Plummer. 

3,239 

3,239 



Fr;ink 0. Switzer. 
281 

281 



259 



TWENTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Wm. A. Branyan. tteorge A. Yopst. 

Huntington 3^7 3,059 

Wells , . . .... 2,437 1,277 

Total 5,644 4,336 

TWENTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— John W. McGreevy. George W. Funk. 

Cass 3,546 3,511 

Total 3,546 3,5li 

THIRTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Frank Davis. 

Benton 1,223 

Jasper 912 

Newton 822 

Total . . 2,957 

THIRTY -FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— John E.Cass. 

Lake 1,970 

Porter 1,763 

Total 3,733 

THIRTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Peter D. Connolly. Walter A. Funk. 

St. Joseph . 4,895 4,230 

Laporte. ..... . . 4,031 2,808 

Total 8,926 7,038 

THIRTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Ceunties — Lorenzo D. Fleming. 

Whitley 2,178 

Noble .:.... 2,759 

Total . 4,937 ' 

THIRTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— , Elias, D. Salsbury. 

Lagrange . 1,365 

Elkhart. . 4,088 

Total 5,453 

THIRTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Joseph Butler. E.A.Bratton. 

Dekalb 2,981 ' 2,580 

Steuben 1,417 1,786 

Total 4,398 4,366 

THIRTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— John M. Purvis. 

Howard. .... 2,316 

Tipton ; . ' 2,284 

Total 4,600 



Newton BurwelL 
243 
191 

434 



John W. Laya 



266 



John T. Brown. 
1,372 
1,217 

980 



3,569 



Willis C.McMahan. 
1,922 
1,821 



3,743 



Alvah J.Hidk 
223 
107 



330 



John C. Wigent. 
1,857 
2,491 



4,348 



John T. Sullivan. 
1,770 
4,151 



5,921 



Lewis Covell. 

210 
15 

325 



Jas. N. Smith. 
3,043 
1,635 



4,678 



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THIRTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Edgar 0. Hair. Geo. W. Pigtnan. 

Fayette 1,618 1,398 

Union 884 796 

Total : 2,502 2,194 

THIRTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Phileman Colerick. 

Allen 7,596 

Total 7,596 

THIRTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Michael A. Ryan. John H. Wallace. Orlando McConahay. 

White 1,723 1,731 122 

Carroll 2,411 2,228 166 

Total 4,134 3,959 288 

FORTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
(Expired by limitation.) 

FORTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Smith Ney Stevens. Samuel J. Hayes. Burton Greea. 

Fulton 2,154 1,909 104 

Marshall 2,860 2,285 86 

Total 5,014 4,194 192 

FORTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Wm, T. Brannaman. Harvey Morris. 

Jackson 2,755 1,852 

Washington . 2,064 1,489 

Orange 1,678 1,329 

Total 6,497' 4,670 

FORTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

-County— Maxwell C.Hamill. Jas.E. Piety. John P. Harrah. 

Vigo 5,312 4,777 6U 

Total 5,312 4,777 ' 611 

FORTY- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

■Counties — Henry A. Steis. Jas. W. Nichols. 

Starke 867 706 

Pulaski 1,327 1,027 

Total . 2,194 1.733 

FORTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Jos. Combs. Fred A. Sims. Oscar S. Baird. 

Clinton ...-..,... 3,012 3,000 177 

Total 3,&12 3,000 , 177 

FORTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Walter Gray. Jos. G. LeflBer. Washington Maynard. 

Dela,wiire 2,387 3,508 176 

Total 2,387 3^508 176 



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FORTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Jos. W. Amis. Burton S. Aikman- 

Vermillion 1,425 1,493 

Parke 2,045 2,238 

Total 3,470 3,731 

FORTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— David P. Long. Chas. M. Ratliff. 

Blackford 1,041 700 

Grant 2,676 3,591 

Total 3,717 4,291 

FORTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Chas. M. Mears. Wm. Hefferman. Levi Reeves.- 

Daviess 1,666 1,801 1,559 

Martin 1,261 948 443 

Total . . . ■ 2,927 2,749 2,002 

FIFTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County- Albert C. Carver. David W. Wood. Chas. E. Boston. 

Madison 3,734 3,387 565 

Total 3,734 3,387 565 

FIFTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Frank D. Butler. Arthur L. Badutha. John Cham. 

Miami ^ . 3,175 2,634 202 

Total '. 3,175 2,634 202 

FIFTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Wm.C. Utz. 

Floyd 3,338 

Total 3,338 

FIFTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County — Wm. 0. Barnard. Chas. N. Butler. 

Henry , 2,898 2,398 

Total . 2,898 .2398 

FIFTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Francis E. Bowser. Wm.H. Biler. Jesse Calvert. 

Kociusko 2,996 3,426 189 

Total . 2,996 3,426 189 

FIFTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Thad S.Adams. John T.Barnett. E. F. Barker. 

Hendricks . 2,645 1,968 234 

Total . 2,645 1,968 234 



PUBLIC PRINTING, BINDING AND STATIONERY. 



Pursuant to instructions of the Board of Commissioners of 
Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, given at a meeting of 
the Board, held in the office of the Governor, July 18, 1889, 
Charles A. Bookwalter, Clerk of the Board, prepared the copy 
of an advertisement for proposals for doing the State printing 
and binding, and furnishing stationery for the term of two 
years, commencing October 1, 1889, and the same was published 
21 times in each of the following named papers : Indianapolis 
Journal, Indianapolis Sentinel, Fort Wayne Gazette, Evansville 
Journal, Madison Courier and Logansport Journal. 

The advertisement submitted by the (^lerk was as follows : 

NOTICE" TO PKINTERS, BOOKBINDEIIS AND STATIONERS. 

Bureau of Public Printing, 

Binding and Stationery, 

Indianapolis, Ind., July 25, 1889. 

The Board of Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery will, 
in accordance with an act of the General Assembly, appi'oved April 13, 1885, re- 
ceive sealed proposals until the 21st day of October, 1889, and up to the hour of 
II A. M. of that day, for doing the public printing and binding and furnishing the 
stationery for the use of the State of Indiana, for a term of two years, commenc- 
ing on the Ist day of October, 1889. 

At the date and hour above stated, in the office of the Secretary of State, the 
sealed proposals will be opened, and as soon thereafter as the bids can be properly 
examined and classified, the contract will be awarded to the lowest and best bid- 
der, according to law, the Board, however, reserving the right to reject any or all 
bids. 

The work will be divided into three classes, as specitied by law, as follows: 

The iirst class .«hall comprise the laws, journals, reports of officei's and public 
institutions, and all book and pamphlet work to be printed on book paper. 

The second class shall comprise all legislative bills, commissions, letter-heads, 
circulars, blanks and other work usually executed on writing paper, and all arti- 
cles of stationery. 

The third class shall comprise the folding, stitching, covering and binding, 
and all work belonging to the binding business. 



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Contracts shall also include the printing and blocking of all election tickets 
provided by the general election law passed at the fifty-sixth session of the Gen- 
eral Assembly of the State of Indiana, and also the preparation of all stamps pro- 
vided by said law for the marking of ballots. 

Parties making bids will be required to accompany their sealed proposals 
with samples of every description of paper and material named in said proposals, 
giving the name and weight of same, or otherwise designating means for making 
comparisons and estimating values. The contractor will be required to give bond 
in the sum of $25,000, with approved security, for the faithful performance of all 
work which may be awarded to him, in accordance with the specifications herein- 
after named, and that in every instance the paper and material furnished shall be 
in color and quality the same as the sample furnished. 

The contractor shall maintain an office in the city of Indianapolis, for the 
transaction of all business under said contract, and all work under said contract 
shall be performed within the State of Indiana. 

Any bidder who shall be awarded said contract shall not assign the same, nor 
any portion thereof, without the written consent of the Board of Public Printing. 

The contract will be let as a whole to the lowest bidder in the aggregate, no 
division of classes being allowed. 

The basis furnished is (=olely for the information of bidders, and to secure 
uniformity of bids, but in awarding the contract the Board reserves the right to 
estimate the bids on the basis of the total amount consumed during the last con- 
tract year, which amount may be ascertained by application to Charles A. Book- 
waiter, Clerk of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, at the 
office of the Secretary of State. 

Mr. Bookwalter will also furnish, on application, specifications and full par- 
ticulars regarding the work, and the contract must be to do the work according to 
specifications furnished. 

All proposals must be in writing, sealed, and addressed to Charles F. Griffin, 
Secretary of State. > 

Alvin p. Hovey, 

Charles F. Griffin, President of the Board. 

Secretary. 

In aceordaiice witli an order of the Board, made on the date 
aforesaid, the Clerk prepared specification.s of the work re- 
quired, accompanying the same with a statement showing the 
principal transactions of the State with the contractor for 
printing for the preceding two years, as follows : 

Bureau of Public Printing, 

Binding and Stationery, 
Indianapolis, July 20, 1889. 

Commissioners of the Board of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery : 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit a statement showing, approximately, the 
principal transactions of the State with the contractor of Public Printing, Binding 
and Stationery, from August 1, 1887, to July 1, 1889. 

During the period indicated there was published 224,550 copies of acts, re- 
ports, etc., bound as follows : 



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Copies bound in cloth 25,850 

Copies bound in pamphlet 137,850 

Copies. bound in sheep 1,300 

Copies bound in boards 12,200 

Other binding, including newspapers, enrolled acts, House and Senate Jour- 
nals, etc., 69 copies. 

The type set amounted to 28,122,426 ems, as follows : 

Plain matter, 18,763,954 ems; rule and figure, 9,358,471. 

The amount of book paper required amounted to 1,689 reams. Press-work re- 
quired amounted to 7,326 tokens of 240 impressions each. 

There was purchased 218 reams of letter-heads ; also, 193,000 envelopes, plain, 
printed and lithographed. 

Under the head of stationery there was supplied : " 
185 gross rubber bands. 
203 gross steel pens. 
131 quarts ink. 
260 dozen lead pencils. 
1,265 scratch books, all sizes. 
238 boxes of paper-fasteners. 
96 bottles of mucilage. 
821 sheets blotting paper. 
9,200 seals. 
850 mailing tubes. 
160 tin filing boxes. 
95 paper filing boxes. 
300 pen holders. 
250 rolls of tissue manilla. 
25 reams of glazed hardware'. 
29 reams of manilla wrapping. 

TRANSACTIONS WITH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

There were printed for the General Assembly 24 calendars, the composition 
and paper for which is included in the foregoing estimate. 

There were purchased 74 reams of letter and note heads. Envelopes pur- 
chased amounted to 43,500. 

Under the head of stationery it is shown that the Legislature purchased : 
1,286 pencils. 
114 gross pens. 
225 inkstands. 
1,552 penholder-s. 
318 erasers. 
93 quarts of ink. 
126 boxes paper-fasteners. 
2,209 sheets blotting paper. 
162 gross rubber bands. 
37 bottles of mucilage. 
971 scratch tabs. 
149 waste baskets. 
49 paper weights. 
19 reams wrapping paper. 



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Recapitulated totals will be as follows : 
Type set, 28,122,426 ems. 
Book paper, reams, 1,689. 
Letter heads, reams, 292. 
Envelopes, 236,500. 
Press-work, 7,326 tokens. 
Rubber bands, 347 boxes. 
Pens, 317 gross. 
Ink, 224 quarts. 
Pencils, 367 J dozen. 
Scratch books, 2,236. 
Paper fasteners, 364 boxes. 
Mucilage, 133 bottles. 
Erasers, 318. 
Seals, 9,200. 
Mailing tubes, 850. 
Tin filing boxes, 160. 
Paper filing boxes, 95. 
Pen holders, 1,852. 
Waste baskets, 149. 

Paper weights, 49. - ' ' 

Wrapping paper, 73 reams. 
Ink stands, 225. 
Whole sheet blot, 3,030. 

These figures, while in the main approximate, will, I believe, enable those who 
bid for the State printing, binding and stationery, to obtain a fair idea what will 
be wanted during the coming two years. It should also be remembered that under 
the existing law the Educational, Penal and Benevolent Institutions of the State 
will secure their printing and stationery through the Contractor for State work 
proper. 

There will be printed annually 49,800 copies, reports, etc., and biennially, 
66,400 copies of reports as follows : 

ANNUALLY. 

Treasurer of State 2,000 

State Board of Equalization 2,000 

Board of Health 3,000 

State House Commissioners 1,000 

Catalogue State Normal School 5,000 

Catalogue State University 5,000 

Catalogue Purdue University 5,000 

Auditor of State 2,200 

State Board of Agriculture 5,000 

Hospital for the Insane 2,000 

Institute for Blind 2,000 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb 2,000 

State Prison South 2,000 

State Prison North 2,000 



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Eeform School for Boys 2,000 

Reformatory, Woroen and Girls 2,000 

School, Feeble-Minded Children 2,000 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 2,000 

Documentary Journals 1,600 

Total 49,800 



BIENNIALLY. 

Senate Journals ' 1,600 

Hoiipe Journals 1,600 

Secretary of State 2,100 

Attorney General. . , 2,000 

State Librarian 40a 

State G'eologist 8,000 

Bureau of Statistics 5,000 

Horticultural Society • • •. • ^OO- 

State University 2,000' 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 10,000 

State Normal 2,000 

Purdue University • 2,000 

Mine Inspector ■ • • ^'*^^^ 

Coal Oil Inspector 2,000 

Attorney General. 600 

Adjutant General 600 

Commutations and Pardons 1,000 

Acts Legislature 10,000- 

School Laws, estimated 10,000 

Governor's Message 2,000 

Eeport of Fish Commissioner, estimated 1,000 

Total 66,400 

Kespectfully submitted, 

CHARLES A BOOKWALTER, 

Clerk. 

Office of Governor, \ 
October 21, 1889. j' 

Pursuaut to an act of the General Assembly of the State of 
Indiana, approved April 13, 1885, providing for the letting of 
a contract for the public printing, binding and stationery for 
the State of Indiana, the Commissioner^^ of the Bureau of Pub- 
lic Printing, Binding and Stationery met in the office of the 
Governor, on the date aforesaid, to receive and open l)ids for 
said contract. Present, Alvin P. Hovey, (Governor; Charles 
F. Griffin, Secretary of State, and Bruce Carr, Auditor of 
State. 



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Charles F. Griffin, Secretary of State, presented the bids of 
Baker & Randolph, W. B. Burford, Carlon & HoUenbeck, Jour- 
nal Job Printing Company, and Sentinel Printing Company, 
which had been filed in his office in accordance with the terms 
of an advertisement calling for proposals for doing the print- 
ing and binding and furnishing stationery for the State offices 
and State institutions for the term of two years, beginning 
November 1, 1889. 

The bid of Baker & Thornton having been filed six minutes 
after 11 o'clock it was unanimously agreed not to consider the 
same. Thereupon the Governor, in the presence of the bid- 
ders and all members of the Board, proceeded to open the bids, 
which were read by the Clerk of the Board. After the read- 
ing of all the bids the Board adjourned to meet upon the call 
of the Governor, the Clerk being instructed to, in the mean- 
time, examine and verify each proposition submitted. 

CHARLES F. GRIFFIX, 

Seci-etary of the Board. 

■ Office of the Governor, 1 
October 23, 1890. j 
The- Board of Commissioners met upon the call of the Gov- 
ernor, with all members present. Charles A. Bookwalter, clerk 
of the board, submitted the following report : 

To the Commissioners Public Printing, Binding and Statinnerg : 

Gentlemex — I have carefully examined, verified and tabu- 
lated the bids for doing the public printing and binding and 
furnishing the stationery for the use of the State offices and 
institutions, submitted to your honorable body on the 21st inst., 
and beg leave to report as follows : 

Journal Job Printing Co. : 

First class |14,255 00 

Second class 8,333 44 

Third class 8,.538 25 

Total $31,126 69 

Baker & Randolph : 

First class |1.5,270 00 

Second class 7,947 50 

Third class 7,458 75 

Total $30,676 25 



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C'arlon <fc HoUenbeck : 

First class $14,410 00 

Second class..... 7,238 20 

Third class 7,579 60 

Total $29,227 30 

Sentinel Printing Co. : 

First class T. $14,530 00 

Seeondclass 6,621 85 

Tliird class 6,972 50 

Total $28,124 35 

Wm. B. Burford : 

First class $14,003 00 

Second class 5,867 36 

Third class 7,108 45 

Total $26,978 81 

I haA^e the honor to remain vonrs truly, 

C. A. BOOKWALTER. 

Without taking any action the board adjourned until 9 a. m., 
Thursday, October 24, 1890. 

CHARLES F. GRIFFIN, 

Secretartj of fhe BoarrL 

Office of the Governok, | 

Thursday, October 24, 1889. j 

The Board met with all members present. The report of 
the Clerk of the Board, presented at the meeting held on the 
23d inst., was again read, whereupon it was unanimously or- 
dered that the contract for doing the printing and binding, and 
furnishing the stationery for the State offices and institutions, 
for the term of two years, from November 1, 1889, be awarded 
to William B. Burford, his bid ($26,978.81) being the lowest 
submitted. 

No further business appearing, the Board adjourned To meet 
upon the call of the Govenuu-. 

CHARLES F. GRIFFIX, 

Srartari/. ■ 



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Office of the Governor, | 
October 25, 1889. / 

The Board met upon the call of the Governor, with all mem- 
bers present. 

The contract and bond of William B. Burford for doing the 
State printing was submitted by the contractor and approved.- 

CHARLES F. GRIFFS, ' 

Secreiary of State and JEx- Officio Secretary of the Board- 

Following is a copy of the contract and bond of William B. 
Burford : 

This agreement, made and entered into this 24th day of Oc- 
tober, 1889, between the State of Indiana, by Alvin P. Hovey, 
Governor, Charles F. Griffin, Secretary of StatS, and Bruce 
Carr, Auditor of State, these being the Board of Commission- 
ers of the Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, of the first 
part, and William B. Burford, of Indianapolis, Ind., of the 
second part. 

WITNESSETH, That the said party of the first part, after a full 
examination and comparison of bids made by the party of the 
second part, and other like responsible bidders, to do the print- 
ing, binding, lithographing and furnishing the stationery for 
the State offices, and the public institutions of the State, and 
for legislative purposes, for two (2) years, from the 24th day 
of October, 1889, according to the specifications hereto attached 
and made a part of this contract, has found the proposition of 
said party of the second part, to do the printing, binding, lith- 
ographing, and furnishing the stationery, as specified in said 
specifications, to be, in the aggregate, lower than that of any 
of the said other bidders, and does now annex the same to this 
agreement and accept the same. 

SPECIFICATIONS 

For printing and binding the reports of the oflBcers of State, public institutions and 
Documentary Journals for the years 1889 and 1890; the Acts of the General As- 
sembly of the State of Indiana for the year 1891 ; the Senate and House Journals 
for the session of 1889; and furnishing all stationery, blanks, etc., that may be 
needed by the different departments of the public service and the General Assem- 
bly, and which are paid for out of the Treasury of the State, for two (2) years 
from the first day of October, 1889. 

The work to be done as above will be divided into three classes, as follows : 



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FIRST CLASS. 

All the paper used in printing the reports, acts, journals, and all classes of 
pamphlet or book printing that may be required for the use of the State, shall be 
a clear white, sized and super-calendered book paper of the weight to the ream 
specified in the contract, and the contract shall be per pound for the amount used, 
no allowance being made for waste, handling, wetting, freight or otherwise. 

The composition is to be bid by the 1,000 ems, actual measure in the book, no 
blank pages or other unreal charge to be allowed. Figure work shall consist of 
three justifications of figures or words, without rules. Rule and figure work will 
consist of three or more justifications of words or figures, with rules, or four or more 
justifications of words or figures without rules, to be measured as plain matter in 
accordance with the sizes of type used. 

The presswork to be by the token of 240 impressions. All forms of a less 
number of impressions to be paid for as a full token. 

This class also includes the printing of the laws, journals, reports of oflficers 
and public institutions, legislative calendars, and all book and pamphlet work, to 
be printed on bodk or pamphlet paper. 

SECOND CLASS. 

Consists of books of record (plain or printed), that may be requirtd for use in 
the various departments of the State, Educational, Penal and Benevolent Institu- 
tions, and the bid to be made by the quire for extra full bound or half bound 
books, and the weight and size of the paper specified; binding written records for 
the Clerk of the Supreme. Oourtj enrolled House and Senate Journals and enrolled 
Acts of the Legislature, Auditor's settlement sheets, railroad returns, etc. 

Printing Legislative bills, commissions, letter heads, circulars, blanks and 
other work usually executed on writing or flat paper, to be bid for the first 100 
copies, and for each additional 100 copies; letter paper, note paper, legal cap, flat 
cap, type-writing paper,; etc., to be bid per ream, giving weight and name ; envel- 
opes, plain or printed, per thousand ; pens, penholders, pencils, rubber bands, inks, 
mucilage, rules, etc., and all other articles not enumerated and classified as station- 
ery. 

In this class will be inclurU'd lithograph letter and note heads, envelopes, com- 
missions, maps,, and all oth^^r lithographing that may be required for use of the 
business of the State dep ;. iments and institutions. Type work and engraving used 
in connection with lithographing must be included in the original bid for litho- 
graphing. 

THIRD CLASS. 

All books bound in leather, cloth or paste-board, shall be bid by single copy. 
All pamphlets, etc., with paper covers, shall be bid by the one hundred (100) sig- 
natures. The binding to include all handling, assortings, folding, stitching, trim- 
ming, and covering, and to be counted by the number of copies actually delivered. 

The printed copies of the session laws of the General Assembly required by 
law must be delivered to the Secretary of State within forty days from the date on 
which last copy shall be furnished the contractor by the Secretary of State. 

The contractor shall also deliver to the State Librarian for distribution the 
printed copies required by law of the journals of the House and Senate, within 
ninety days from the date on which the last copy shall be furnished him by the 
proper officers. 



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The contractor shall maintain an office in the city of Indianapolis for the 
transaction of all business under said contract, and all work under said contract 
shall be performed within the State of Indiana. 

Any bidder who shall be awarded the contract shall not assign the same, or 
any portion thereof, to any other party, without the written consent of the Board 
of Public Printing. 

All work is to be done speedily, without unnecessary delay, in a good, work- 
manlike manner, and in accordance with specimen copies to be seen at the office of 
the Secretary of State. 

A proof of each form shall be furnished in all cases for final revision and cor- 
rection, without extra charge. 

All charges of time for changes from original copy, after type is set, shall be 
certified to as having been ordered by the officer making such changes, and shall 
also be accompanied by an affidavit from the contractor, or his agent, certifying 
that such charge is just and proper. 

The contract will be let as a whole to the lowest bidder in the aggregate ; no 
division of clafs s being allowed. 

The basis furnished is solely for the information of bidders, and to secure uni- 
formity, but in awarding the contract the Board reserves the right to estimate the 
bids on a basis of the total amount consumed during the last contract year. 

The Board also reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 



SUMMARY. 



FIEST CLASS. 

Book Paper, strictly No. 1, clear white, sized and super-calendered, 25x38, 

45, 50, 55 and 60 lbs. to the ream, per pound, sample to be furnished. $0 09 
Book Paper, tinted, sized and super-calendered, 25x38, 60 lbs. to the 

ream, sample to be furnished 08^ 

Cover Paper, 35 lbs. per ream, samples to be furnished 08 

Composition, per 1,000 ems, plain matter 42 

Composition, per 1,000 ems, figure work, one measure (net). .... . 01 

Composition, per 1,000 ems, rule and figure work, one measure (net). . . 47 

Press work, per token, 16 pages to form . 25 

SECOND CLASS. 

This class will include the printing of all blanks; the manufacturing of all 
blank books ; the furnishing of all papers, pens, pencils, inks, and all descriptions 
of stationery and lithographic work, and to be classified as follows : 

BLANKS, PEINTED. ' 

This class will include the printing of all blanks and the manufacturing of all 
blank books, classified as follows : 



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BIDS FOE SECOND CLASS. 



BLANKS, PRINTED. 



Samples of Paper to be furnished by Bidder, giving Name and Weight. 

8-lb. Note Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

8-lb. Note Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 . 

18-lb. Cap Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 . 

18-lb. Cap Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

18-lb. Cap Paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

22-lb. Folio Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

22-lb. Folio Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

22-lb. Folio Paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

U2-lb. Demy Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies. . - 

Each additional 100 

/28-lb. Demy Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies. 

Each additional 100 

28- lb. Demy Paper, one- fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

36-lb. Medium Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

36-lb. Medium Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies ......... 

Each additional 100 

36-lb. Medium Paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

40-lb. Double Cap, whole sheets, li est 100 copies 

Each additional 100 



$0 Oi 


Oi 


1 50 


15 


4 50 


70 


3 75 


65 


70 


45 


02 


01 


1 60 


1 40 


1 50 


70 


01 


0^ 


2 00 


1 75 


01 


Ok 


01 


0^ 


01 


0| 


01 


Ok 


01 


0^ 



BLANK!^, RULED AND PRINTED. 

Samples of Paper to be furnished by Bidder, giving Name and Weight. 

18-lb. Cap Paper, whole sheet.^, first 100 copies $3 75 



Each additional 100 ....... 

18-lb. Cap Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies . . 

Each additional 100 

18-lb. Cap Paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies . 

Each additional 100 . . . . : 

18 lb. Cap Paper, one-eighth sheets, first 100 copies . 

Each additional 100 

18-lb. Cap Paper, one-sixteenth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 

22-lb. Folio Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies . . . 
Each additional 100 



50 
75 
00 

yo 

75 
01 
0^ 
01 
01 
01 
01 



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22-lb. Folio Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies. $0 25 

Each additional 100 l-^^ 

22-lb. Folio Paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 1 75 

Each additional 100 . 1 65 

28-lb. Demy Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies 10 

Each additional 100 05 

28-lb. Demy Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies 3 50 

Each additional 100 3 25 

28-lb. Demy Paper, one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 01 

Each additional 100 Oi 

361b. Medium Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies 05 

Each additional 100 03 

36-lb. Medium Paper, one-half sheets, first 100 copies 03 

Each additional 100 02 

36-lb. Medium Paper, one- fourth sheets, first 100 copies 01 

Each additional 100 ■■ 0^ 

o4-lb. Siiper-Eoyal Paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies^ 10 

Each additional 100 05 

72-lb. Imjierial, first 100 copies , 10 

Each additional JOG * 05 

56-lb. Double-Demy, first 100 copies 05 

Each additional 100 •. U 

80-lb. Double-Medium, first 100 copies 9 00 

Each additional 100 8 00 

BLA.NK BOOKS. 

BLANK BOOKS, PLAIN. 

Samples of paper to be furnished by bidder. 

18-lb. Cap Paper, half bound, per qr . . . $0 25 

18-lb. Cap Paper, extra full bound, per qr 30 

22 lb. Crown Paper, half bound, per qr 01 

22- Ih. Crown Paper, fall bound, per qr 01 

28 lb. Demy Paper, half bound, per qr. . . 01 

28-lb. Decuy Paper, extra full bound, per qr 1 20 

40 lb. Medium Papef, half bound, per qr. . . . ■ 01 

40-1 b. Medium Paper, extra full bound, per qr 1 5t5 

S6-]b. Double Cap, half bound, per qr ...,-.• 01 

36 lb. Double Cap, extra full bound, per qr _ 02 

54-lb. Super-Royal Paper, extra full bound, per qr 01 

BLANK BOOKS, PRINTED. 
Samples of paper to be furnished by bidder. 

18 1b Cap Paper, half bound, per qr qj 

18-lb. Cap Paper, extra full bound, per qr 40 

28-lb. Demy Paper, half bound, per qr 02 

28-lb. Demy Paper, extra full bound, per qr 1 25 

40-lb. Medium Paper, half bound, per qr ' ' 02 

40-lb. Medium Paper, extra full bound, per qr 1 90 

o5-lb. Double Cap, half bound, per qr 01 

18— Sec. 



27-i 

35-lb. Double Cap, extra full bound, per qr SO 01 

54-lb. Super-Royal Paper, extra full bound, per qr 01 

Miniature Journals, per qr 01 

Cap Diaries, one day to page, each 01 

Numbering Pages, per 100 18 

Court Calendars, 1,200 copies in pamphlet binding, to include blank 

ruled interleaves, per printed page 3 65 

STATIONERY. 

PAPERS. 

Samples to be furnished by bidder. 

18-lb. Legal Cap Paper, Linen, best quality, ruled to order, with stop, per 

ream $3 50 

18-lb. Legal Cap Paper, per ream, ruled to order, best quality 5 50 

16-lb. Legal Cap Paper, per'ream, ruled to order, best quality 3 20 

16-lb. Fool's Cap Paper, per ream, best quality , 1 GO 

14-lb. Fool's Cap Paper, per ream, best quality 1 30 

12-lb. Letter Paper, per ream, best quality 2 40 

Linen Letter, one-half sheet, ruled to order, with stop line, per ream . . 02 

8-lb. Common Note Paper, per ream, best quality 10 

6-lb. Common Note Paper, per ream, best quality 1 20 

Double Medium Impression Paper, cut to order, per ream 7 20 

28-lb. Demy Engrossing Paper, one-fourth sheets, per ream (960), includ- 
ing blocking 4 50 

18-lb. Cap Engrossing Pa] er, one-half sheets, per ream (960), including 

blocking 5 50 

Blotting Paper, best quality, 120-lb., whole sheets, per 100, no extra charge 

for cutting 6 00 

60-lb. Manilla Wrapping Paper, per ream, 24x36 4 00 

80-lb. Manilla Wrapping Paper, per ream, 24x36 4 10 

Drawing Paper, cloth lined, per yard, 36 inches 01 

Bill Paper, 16-lb., per ream 10 

Linen Letter Paper, 10-lb., per ream 2 00 

Improved Drawing Paper, per ream 01 

Glazed Hardware Wrapping Paper, 40x50, per ream 8 00 

Type- Writing Paper, per ream 1 75 

Copying Paper, per ream 01 

Toilet Paper, tissue manilla, per roll. - 10 

Chemical Safety paper. Underwood's, per ream 01 

16-lb. Fiat Cap, extra super, per ream 01 

Carbon Paper, per sheet 06 

SCRATCH BOOKS. 

Scratch Books, 100 leaves, size 8^x14, book paper, each 06 

Scratch Books, 100 leaves, size 8|xll, book paper, each 15 

Scratch Books, 100 leaves, Note size, 6x9, book paper, each 08 

Linen Note Tabs, 100 leaves, red ruled, each 00 

Linen Letter Tabs, 100 leaves, red ruled, Sjlxll, each 15 



275 

PAPER FASTENERS AND PRESSES. 

Paper Fasteners (giving size), per box, Nos. 2, 3 and 4 $0 35 

McGill's Press, each, for flat and round head fasteners, each 05 

McGill's Staple Press, single stroke, each 1 40 

Wire Staple Fasteners, per box 50 

Hyal Fasteners, brass, for press 01 



Rubber Rules, all lengths, each 02 

Wood Rules, all lengths, each 40 



Seals, Gold, per 1,000, in boxes 5 50 

Seals, Green, per 1,000, in boxes 02 

Seals, Red, per 1,000, in boxes 02 



Gillelt's Steel Pens, Nos. 303 and 404, per box ............ 20 

Ball Pens, per box 05 

Esterbrook & Co 's Pens, per box 75 

DeHann & Co.'s Pens, per box 01 

Lyon's Steel Pens, per box 02 

Esterbrook Bank Pen, per box 01 

Esterbrook J Pen, per box . 02 

Esterbrook Falcon Pen, per box 75 

Esterbrook Blackstone Pen, per box ,01 

Esterbrook Stub Pen, per box 75 

Webster & Morton, No. 5, Stub, per box 01 

Webster & Morton, No. 552, per box 01 

Glucinum Pens, per gross 1 20 

H. & M. Pens, per gross 01 

Easy Writing Pens, per gross 01 

Reservoir Pens, per gross 01 

Berryraan's Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, per gross 1 30 

PEN HOLDERS. 

Rubber Pen Holders, long, each 09 

Rubber Pen Holders, reversible, each 01 

Pen Holders (cedar), per gross 01 

Pen Holders, Faber (giving No.), per gross, 1876 4 80 



India Ink, per stick . 02 

Arnold's Ink, (pure), quarts, per doz 6 00 

Arnold's Ink, (pure), pints, per doz 3 1^ 

Carter's Combined Writing and Copying Ink, quarts, per doz 2 40 

Arnold's Copying Ink, quarts, per doz 12 

Stafford's Ink, quarts, per doz 6 00 



276 

Red Ink, pints |0 40 

Red Ink, two ounces 20 

Arnold's Crimson, per doz . . . . * 01 

Thomas' Black Ink, quarts, per doz 01 

Champion Copying Ink, quarts, per doz 2 40 

Butler's Red Ink, eight ounces, per doz 4 20 

Stamping Ink, per bottle : 01 

Carter's Crimson Fluid, eight ounces, per doz • • 4 20 

Hektograph Ink, per bottle 01 

French Copying Ink, per bottle 01 

INKSTANDS. 

Inkstands, small flat, glas^, each 02 

Inkstands, Bapkers' No. I, glass, each , 1 00 

Inkstands, Bankers' No. 2, glass, each • • ■ 75 

Inkstands, Bankers' No. 3, glass, each . 40 

Inkstands, Bankers' No. 4, glass, each 20 

Inkstands, Double Inks, glass, each 20 

Inkstands, Double Inks, with rack, each . 1 00 

Inkstands, Bronze Stand, single, with rack, each 20 

ENVELOPES. 

Envelopes, White, No. 12, plain, XX, per 1,000 02 

Envelopes, White, No. 12, printed, XX, per 1,000 . . . . 0.S 

Envelopes, White, No. 11, plain, XX, per 1,000 02 

Envelopes, White, No. 11, 1 Tinted, XX, per 1,000 . • ... , 03 

Envelopes, White, No. 10, plain, XX, per 1,000 02 

Envelopes, White, No. 10, printed, XX, per 1,000 4 7o 

Envelopes, White, No. 6, plain, XX, per 1,000 1 60 

Envelopes, White, No. 6, printed, XX, per 1,000 2 75 

Envelopes, White, No. 5, plain, XX, per 1,000 1 50 

Envelopes, White, No. 5, printed, XX, per 1,000 10 

Envelopes, pamphlet, plain, per 1,000 3 50 

Envelopes, Manilla, ISo. 6, printed, per 1,000 1 40 

Envelopes, Manilla, No. 10, printed, per 1,000. • • 2 25 

Subpoena Envelopes, per 1,000 02 

Envelopes, white, No. 7, plain and printed, per 1,000 50 

Congress Tie Envelopes, Nos. 9 and 10, per 100 01 

PENCILS. 

Faber Lead Pencils, Nos. 2 and 3, per doz 60 

Faber Lead Pencils, Red, best, per dozen 02 

Faber Lead Pencils, Blue, best, per doz 02 

Eagle Lead Pencils, Red, best, per doz 02 

Eagle Lead Pencils, Blue, best, per doz 02 

Rubber Head Pencils, per doz 50 

Eagle Lead Pencils, per doz 60 

Automatic Pencils, per doz 01 

Cedar Pencils, per doz 15 



277 

RUBBER BANDS. 

Rubber Bands, oue-eighth inch, per box $0 50 

Rubber Bands, one-fourth inch, per box 1 30 

Rubber Bands, one-half inch, per box 1 50- 

Rubber Bands, assorted, per box .....■' 02 

Rubber Bands, Nos. 8 to 18 , 25 



Erasers, Steel, each 02" 

Erasers, Ink and Pencil, each . ^^ 

Rubber Erasers, Mammoth, each 25 

Rubber Erasers, velvet, each 03 

Erasers, Steel, IXL-two-blade, closing, each 1 25 

Erasers, Steel, IX L-one-blade, closing, each 10 

BANK SHEARS. 

All lengths 70 

PAPER WEIGHTS. 

Paper Weight, glass, each 30 

Paper Weight, bronze, each 50 

Paper Weight, nickel, each 02 

LETTER HEADS. 

Letter Heads, printed, one-half sheets (960), per ream, 12-lb., including 

blocking 3 75 

Letter Heads, printed, whole sheets (480), per ream 05 

NOTE HEADS. 

Note Heads, printed, one-half sheets (960), per ream, 8-lb., including 

blocking 2 50 

Note Heads, printed, whole sheets (480), per ream, 8-lb., including block- 
ing 02^ 



Election Tickets, to be printed on red tinted paper, quality and weight to 
be prescribed by the State Board of Election Commissioners, per 
hundred 14 

RUBBER STAMPS AND PADS. 

Rubber Stamps, with pad, for marking ballots, to be prepared on order 

of the State Board of Election Commissioners, each 05 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Mucilage, pints, each 25- 

Red Tape, per spool 40 

Letter Clips, each 05- 

Infantry Tactics, Upton's, per vol 25 

Artillery Tactics, Upton's, per vol 25 

Letter Copying Presses, 10x15, each 1 05 

Type Writer Ribbons, each 60- 



278 

Dusting Briishe.a, feather, 18 in., each $0 40 

Waste Baskets, willow, each 65 

P. O. Boxes, 2 apartments, each 01 

Mailing Tubes, per 100 3 00 

Tin Filing Boxes, each 20 

Letter Scales, 16 oz., each 05 

Arm Rests, each 05 

Four oz. Mucilage, cup and brush, each 01 

Bankers' Cases, each 01 

Twine, per ball : 22 

Globe Files, each . 50 

Self-Tnking File Stamps, each 01 

Thumb Tacks, each 01 

Hectographs, each, all sizes 01 

Pounce, per bottle 01 

Packing Boxis, each 01 

Filing Boxes, paper, each 20 

Morgan Mucilage Cups 40 

Brown & Besley Files, each 50 

Letter Copying Books, all sizes, each 1 50 

Crown File Bands, per box 75 

Printing on Portals, per 100 .^ 25 

Each additional 100 22 

Enumeration and Apportionment Maps, per 100 3 00 

Blocking, per 100 sheets 15 

Perforating, per 100 10 

Document Manilla Wrappers, per lUO 40 

Eeceipts, bound, numbered and perforated, per 100 45 

Checks— One color, per 100 60 

Checks — Two colors, per 100 75 

LITHOGEAPHING. 

COMMISSIONS. 

Commissions, one-half sheet 20-lb. Folio Post or Demy, first 100 .... $2 50 

Each additional 100 2 25 

Commissions, whole sheet Folio Post or Demy, first 100 4 50 

Each additional 100 3 50 

Commissions, whole sheet, 18-lb. Cap, first 100 05 

Each additional 100 03 

Commissions, half sheet, 18-lb._Cap, first 100 02 

Each additional 100 01 

Agents' Commissions, one-half sheet Cap Bond, first 100 03 

Each additional 100 02 

WARRANTS. 

Auditor's Warrants, first 1,000 03 

Each additional 1,000 02 

Auditor's Warrants in books, 4 on page, numbered, on best Bond Paper, 

or Underwood Chemical Safety Paper, first 1,000 25 

Each additional 1,000 25 



279 



QUIETUS. 



Auditor's Quietus, 20-lb. Folio, first 1,000 ' $0 02 

Each additional 1,000 01 

CERTIFICATES. 

Insurance Agents' Certificates, best Linen Paper, one-half sheet Demy or 

Folio, first 1,000 17 50 

Each additional 1,000 16 75 

KEQUISITIONS. 

Requisitions, whole sheet Bond Paper, first 100 3 75' 

Each additional 100 1 50 

Requisitions, half sheet Bond Paper, Folio, first 100 02 

Each additional 100 .. 01 

LETTER HEADS. 

Letter Heads, 12-lb. paper, one-half sheets (860), first ream, including 
blocking 

Each additional ream • • 

Letter Heads, 12-lb. paper, Avhole sheet (480), first ream 

Each additional ream 

Letter Heads, Best Linen Paper, one-half sheet (960), to ream 

Each additional ream 

Letter Heads, 8-lb. Note, one-half sheet (960), including blocking, per 
ream 

Each additional ream 

Letter Heads, 8-lb. Note, whole sheet (480), first ream . , 

Each additional ream 

Letter Heads, Packet Post size, Best Linen, one-half sheet (960), to ream, 
no charge for blocking 

Each additional ream , . . 



ENVELOPES. 



No. 10 Envelopes, XX, first 1,000 
Each additional 1,000 ■ - • 
No. 6 Envelopes, XX, first 1,000 . 

Each additional 1,000 

No. 12 Envelopes, per 1,000 . . . 
No. 14 Envelopes, first 1,000 . . . 



For State Loans, one denomination, one series. .... 
For vState Loans, each additional denomination or series 



Maps for Geological Survey (14x17), first 100 
Each additional 100 



5 


50 


4 


25 




10 




05 


5 


00 


4 


00 


4 


00 


3 


50 




05 




oa 




o& 




03 


6 


50 


5 


00 


4 00 


3 


75 




02 




02 


75 


00 


27 


50 




05 




02 



All propositions for Lithographing will include the cost of engraving. 

All articles of Stationery furnished or work done not enumerated in the 
above list, must be furnished at same rates as similar work in the bids specially 
mentioned. 



280 

The paper to be used ia the work for the First or Second Class must be of the 
BEST STOCK, samples of the kind and quality proposed to be used must be furnished 
with the bid, and no bid will be entertained without the sample mentiffned. 



BIDS, THIRD CLASS. 

BIN1>ING, FOLDING AND STITCHING. 

Binding Newspapers, per volume $2 25 

Binding House Journals, in Boards, per copy 11 

Binding House Journals, in Law Sheep, per copy 29 

Binding Senate Journals, in Boards, per copy 11 

Binding Senate Journals, in Law Sheep, per copy 29 

Binding Acts, in Boards, per copy ... 10 

Binding Acts, in Law Sheep, per copy 40 

Binding Eeports State Board of Agriculture, in Cloth, per copy .... 16 

Binding Report Bureau of Statistics, in Cloth, per copy 16 

Binding Report of Horticultural Society, in C'oth, per copy , 30 

Binding Secretary of State Report, in Cloth, per copy 08 

Binding Secretary of State Report, in Law Sheep, per copy 15 

Binding Auditor of Wtate Report, in Cloth, per copy 08 

Binding Auditor of State Report, in Law Sheep, per copy 15 

Binding Superintendent of Public Instruction Report, in thin covers, per 

copy 01 

Binding Superintendent of Public Instruction Report, in Cloth, per copy 27 

Binding Report State Board of Health, in Cloth, per copy 16 

Binding Documentary -Journal, in Boards, per copy 16 

Binding Documentary .Journal, in Law Sheep, per copy ....... 40 

Binding Report State Geologist, in Cloth, per copy 16 

Binding Written Records for Clerk of Supreme Court, full bound, per copy 7 50 

Binding Enrolled Journals of the House and Senate, full bound .... 4 00 

Binding Enrolled Acts of the Legislature, extra full bound, per copy . . 4 00 

Binding Settlement Sheets for the Auditor's Office, per copy 5 00 

Binding Court Calendars in Flexible Morocco binding, per copy .... 05 

Insetting, tipping in of plates or maps, per 100 09 

Price per 100 copies for folding, stitching and covering first signature of 

16 pages _ 15 

Additional 100 signatures 14 

Samples of Binding will be furnished on application at the office of the Sec- 
retary of State. 

All work contracted on above specifications to be delivered free of cost to the 
State. 

Any report usually bound in pamphlet form may be ordered bound in cloth 
by the Board. 

The said party of the second [)ai"t therefore agrees to promptly 

and faithfully provide the material and execute the work in the 
annexed proposal, and fuj'uish the. stationery for the time men- 
tioned therein at the prices therein above named, speedily and 

without un necessary delay, and all of said material and work 



281 

shall be subject to the inspection of the Clerk in charge of the 
Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Stationer}- in said an- 
nexed proposal, for the time mentioned therein, at the prices 
therein above named, speedily and without unnecessary delay. 

It is also agreed b^^ the party of the second part that said 
party of the first part can order such printing, binding, litho- 
graphing and stationery, at such times and in such quantities 
as may, in their judgment, be required by the said State offices, 
public institutions and for legislative purposes ; and any and all 
articles that may be required, or work to be performed, not em- 
braced by the lists, specifications and schedule, hereto attached, 
shall not be done or performed unless first ordered by the Board, 
and the price therefor first ascertained and agreed upon by the 
parties hereto. 

The said party of the first part, in consideration of the faith- 
ful execution of the foregoing stipulations by the said party of 
the second part, and the rendering of full and detailed bills, for 
work done and material and articles furnished, when completed 
and delivered, agree that they will cause the amount thereof 
to be audited and paid out of the Treasury of the State of In- 
diana, in the manner provided by law ; and that they will not 
audit any bills for purchases of blank books, printing, binding, 
lithographing or stationery made by any other person or per- 
sons other than the said contractor ; and should the party of 
the second part neglect or refuse to carry out any of the pro- 
visions of this contract, the party ol the first part shall have 
the privilege, in connection with their other rights, immediatel\ 
to cancel this contract. 

In Witness Whereof, The said part}- of the first part has 
caused this instrument to be signed by the Board of Commis- 
sioners of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, and the 
said party of the second part have hereto set their hands and 
seals this tAventv-fourth da}- of October, A. D. 1889. 

ALVIIs^ P. HOVEY, Governor, 

CHARLES F. GRIFFIN, Secretary of State,' 

BRUCE CARR, Auditor of Sate, 

Bureau of Pifhlir Privtrng. 

WM. B. BITRFORD, 

Contractor. 



282 

The undersigned, William B, Bnrford, Charles Mayer, Wes- 
ley B. Biirford, David Braden, do hereby acknowledge them- 
selves hound and indebted to the State of Indiana in the penal 
sum of twenty-tive thousand dollars. 

Witness our liands and seals this 24tli day of October, 1889. 

The condition of the above undertaking is as follows : 

AVhereas, On the 24th day of October, 1889, a certain con- 
tract was made and entered into between the State of Indiana, 
;by its Board of Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding 
and Stationery, party of the first part, and said William B. 
Bnrford, party of the second part, respecting the public print- 
ing, binding, lithographing and furnishing stationery for the 
State of Indiana for the period of two years, beginning the 
-Slst day of October, 1889, reference to which within contracts 
is hereby made, the same being made a part of this instru- 
ment. 

Now, if the said William B. Bnrford shall duly perform the 
terms of said contract in the manner and form specified therein, 
then the obligation of this instrument shall be null and void; 
■otlierwise in full force and effect. 

WM. B. BURFORD. 
CHARLES MAYER. 
DAVID BRADEN. 
WESLEY B. BURFORD. 

STATE OF INDIANA, 1 

■• ss ■ 
Marion County, j "^ ' 

Before me, a notary public in and for said county, personally' 
appeared AYilliam B, Burford, Charles Mayer, David Braden, 
and W^esley B. Burford, and acknowledged the execution of 
the annexed bond. 

Witness my hand and notarial seal, this the 24th da}' of Oc- 
tober, A. I). 1889. 

CHARLES E. BRIGHAM, 

Notary Pahlir. 

A])proved October 24, 1889. 

ALYIN W HOYEY, Governor. 
BRUCE CARR, Auditor of State. 
CHAS. F. GRIFFIN, Sec'v of State. 



283 



Bureau of Public Printing, 

Binding and Stationery, 

November 1, 1890. 



J 



Hon. Chaiies F. Griffin, Secretary of State, and ex-offi,cio Seeretary 
of the Board of Comynissioners of Public Printing, Binding 
and Stationery : 

8iR — I have the honor to hereby submit to you a statement 
of the transactions of this Bureau for the fiscal year ending- 
October 31, 1889, and the fiscal year ending October 31, 1890. 

The following is a statement of the public printing, binding, 
stationery and advertising ordered during the fiscal year end- 
ing October 31, 1889: 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



al O 

a g 



--« c 



Auditor of State 

Attorney-General 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Secretary of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

State of Indiana. Reports 

State Librarian 

Treasurer of State 

Adjutant-General 

Governor 

Quartermaster-General 

Total 



$2,280 00 

432 07 

978 14 

1.036 19 

2.577 05 

22.714 28 

87 50 

106 57 

367 97 

254 66 

80 96 



210 



$30,915 39 



159 



8141 90 
92 18 

728 35 
492 46 
276 95 

■ 348 15 

56 82 

98 91 

130 52 

87 01 



S2.453 25 



RECAPITULATION. 



Printing and binding ordered |30,91o 39 

Stationery ordered 2,453 25 

Advertising ordered 1,208 22 

Total $34,576 86 



284 



The following is a iStateiiieiit of tlie warrants drawn on ac- 
count of Printins;, Stationerv and Advortisino; for the iiscal 
vear endino- October 31, II 



PRINTING. 



Datk. 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Dec. 1. 

Jan. 2. 

Jan. 30. 

Meh. 30. 

May 22 

May 

-June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Ocr. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

■Oct. 



29. 

1. 

8. 

6. 
11. 
26.- 
21.- 

9.: 
28.; 

30. 

2.: 
16.: 



1888. 


5,739 


1889. 


6,017 


1889 


6.794 


1889 


8.1t>9 


1889 


8.983 


1889 


203 


1889 


244 


1889 


299 


1889 


790 


1889 


819 


1889 


976 


1889 


! 1.281 


1889 


i 1.077 


1889 


1.689 


1889 


! 1.692 


1889 


1.489 


1889 


1.616 

i 



William B.Buiford. 
Wil iam B. Burford. 
William B. Burford. 
William B. Burford. 
Wil iam B. Bu'ford. 
Wil iam B. Burford. 
Wil iam B. Burford. 
Wil iam B. Burford. 
William B. Bu ford. 
Wi liam B. Burford. 
Wil iam B. Burford. 
AVil iam B. Burford, 
Wil I iam B. Burford. 
Wil iam B. Burford. 
Wil iam B. Burford. 
Wiliam B. Burford. 
William B. Burford, 

Total 



J3.396 73 


966 54 


1,742 25 


2.297 94 


1,194 06 


3.027 87 


' 1.902 50 


272 96 


1.115 75 


140 08 


281 10 


602 25 


7.296 60 


304 55 


703 65 


27 13 


909 26 



3.181 22 



STATIONERY. 



Date 




To Whom Paid. 



AVilUamB. Burford. , 
ChH'Ijs F. Griffin . . . 
WilliimB. Burford. . 
Willidm B. Burford. 

B.L.Sibley , 

E.L.Sibley 

H. V. and H.W. Poor, 
Willinm B. Burford. , 
William B. Burford. . 
E. L. hibley ... 
Bakpr & Randolph . , 
William B. Burford. . 
William B. Burford. 
Griffin. Gordon & Co 
Griffin. Gordon & Co 
W. R. Ren wick . . . . 
William B Burford. . 
William B. Burford. 
William B. Burford. 

Total 



Amodnt. 



$278 41 

2 15 

169 14 

253 94 

18 00 

4 17 

600 

397 97 

4^5 21 

36 b7 

35 00 

116 24 

130 87 

12 50 

12 50 

25 00 

292 60 

294 64 

99 55 



$2,610 56 



285 

ADVERTISING. 



Date. 



Deu. 
Dec. 

.Ian. 

Feb. 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



10. 1888 
.31.1888 

2. 1889 
5,1889 

13. 1889 
29, 1889 
29, 1889 

7, 1889 
8,1889 
10, 1889 
13.1889 
16, 1889 
30, 1889 
4. 1889 
12, 1889 
lL.1889 
12. 1889 
14. 1889 
26. 1889 
26, 1889 
26, 1889 
26, 1889 
28. 1889 



To Whom Paid. 



H 



5,812 

5.975 

6,111 

6,978 

8,607 

197 

198 

291 

548 

812 

845 

1 .261 

1.320 

1,520 

1,599 

1,600 

1.601 

1,603 

1.661 

1,662 

1,'^63 

1,664 

1.666 



Indianapnlis Sentinel 
Indianapolis Sentinel 
Indimapolis Journal. 
Indian ipi lis Sentinel 
Indianapnlis Sentinel 
Indiannp lis Sentinel 
Indianapolis Sentinel 
Iniiianapnlis Journal 
Indianapnlis Journal 
IndinUKpolis News . . 
Indinnapolis Sentinel 
Indianapolis Sentinel 
Indianapolis Sentinel 
Indianapnlis Journal 
Indimapolis Sentinel 
Indiaiiapolis Journal 
Indianapolis Journal 
Indianapolis Sun . . . 
Indian polls Sentinel 
Madison Courier . . . 

W, D. Pratt 

Fort Wayne Gazette . 
Indianapjlis Sun . . . 

Total 



AiMOUNT. 



812 00 


99 00 


111 00 


4 00 


8 00 


18 00 


7 00 


35 00 


18 00 


4 50 


6 00 


2 40 


28 00 


24 00 


192 01) 


192 00 


3 50 


4 12 


105 00 


110 00 


110 00 


110 00 


4 70 



SI ,208 22 



RECAPITULATION. 



Amount appropriated 

Disbursed for printing 

Disbursed for stationery . 
Disbursed for advertising 

Total 



126,181 22 
2,610 56 
1,208 22 



$30,000 00 



130,000 00 



$30,000 00 



The following is a statement of the public printing, binding, 
stationerv and advertising ordered during the fiscal year end- 
ing October 31, 1890 : 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 


o'S 


^1 


a) . 

=■2 


Stationery, 
Amount. 


Auditor of State ... 


23 
14 

13 
16 

25 
15 
5 
8 
12 
7 
2 
1 


«1,118 72 

525 26 

231 92 

636 04 

1 .793 04 

11. U4 34 

70 83 

87 70 

142 00 

105 80 

32 86 

17 50 


16 
13 

21 

24 

' 15 

1 


S161 28 

77 71 


Attorney- General 


Clerk Supreme Court 


436 99 




528 62 




106 01 


State of 1 ndiana, Reports 






6 
14 
12 
10 

7 


24 37 


Treasurer of State 


50 58 


Adiutant-General 


122 32 


Governor ...... 


25 94 
84 70 


Custodian Pulilic Buildings 








Total . . .... 


141 


S16.176 01 


138 


$1,618 53 





286 



RECAPITULATION. 



Printing and binding ordered $16,176 01 

Stationery ordered 1,618 53 

Advertising ordered o60 72 

Total $18,355 26 



The following is a statement of the warrants drawn on ae- 
connt of printing, stationer}^ and advertising, for the liseal 
vear ending October 31, 1890 : 



PRINTING. 



Date. 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

April 

May 

June 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 



2.1889 
14.1889 
21 . 1889 

27. 1889 
8, 1890 

25. 1890 
20, 1890 

5, 1890 
2. 1890 
7. 1890 
7, 1890 
8. 1890 
2, 1890 
29, 1890 



William B.Burford S32.3 91 

William B. Burford 2,769 15 

William B.Burford 2.589 71 

William B.Burford 587 60 

William B. Burford 650 03 

William B. Burford i 2,044 54 

William B.Burford 3,985 25 

William B. Burford | l.'iSO 24 

William B.Burford 483 43 

William B.Burford I 171 58 

William B.Burford 1.412 55 

William B.Burford 523 73 

William B. Burford 1 1,607 64 

William B. Burford 3,475 21 

Total ' S21.904 57 



STATIONERY. 



Date 




To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Ballweg & Co . . . 
W. B.Burford. . . 
W.B. Burford. . . 
J. C. Mayer .... 
AV. B.Burford. . . 
W.B. Burford. . . 
AV. B. Burford. . . 
W. B.Burford. . . 
AV. B. Burford. • . 
Baker & Riindoli>h 
AV. B.Burford. . . 
W.B. Burford. . . 
W.B. Burford. . . 

Total 



$22 50 
39 14 

183 61 
2 50 

197 74 
301 51 
127 51 

184 38 
81 55 

140 0(1 
121 30 
273 84 
137 17 

,812 75 



287 



ADVERTISING. 



Date. 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

April 

May 

June 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



12, 1889 
12, 1889 
13, 1889 

27. 1889 
7, 1890 
7, 1890 
9, 1890 

16. 1890 
6, 1890 
2, 1890 

30, 1890 
5, 1890 
4, 1890 
7, 1890 

13, 1890 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Evansville Journal . . 
Indiana i>olis Sentinel, 
Indianapolis Journal . 
Indiaiaapolis Sentinel, 
Indianapolis News . . 
Indianapolis News . . 
Tndi inapnlis Sentinel, 
Indinnapolis Journal . 
Indianapolis Sentinel. 
Indianapolis Jou nal . 
Indianapolis Sentinel, 
Indianapolis Sentinel, 
Indianapolis Sentinel, 
Indianapolis Journal . 
Indianapolis Sun . . . 

Total 



$110 00 

5 00 

120 75 

91 75 

5 70 

5 40 

5 00 

98 50 

15 00 

23 00 

22 00 

5 00 

15 00 

30 00 

8 62 

8560 72 



RECAPITULATION, 



Amount appropriated 

Amount disbursed for printing.... 
Amount disbursed for stationery.. 
Amount disbursed for advertising, 
To balance in G-eneral Fund 



21,904 57 

1,812 75 

560 72 

5,721 96 



$30,000 00 



$30,000 00 



130,000 00 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

The following is a statement of the printing, binding and 
stationery furnished on account of the General Assembly for 
the year 1889 : 

SENATE. 

Printing. $3,249 72 

Stationery 1,176 91 

Journal..". 2,390 43 

Total $6,817 06 

HOUSE. 

Printing .-. $3,280 19 

Stationery 1,689 01 

Journal 2,330 46 

Total $7,299 66 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Printino' $3,058 75 



288 



RECAPITULATION. 



Senate printing, stationery and Jonrnal $H,817 06 

House printing, stationery and Journal 7,299 66 

General Assembly printing 3,058 75 

Grand total .$17,175 47 

* 

REPORTS. 



1 also herewith submit a statement of the number and cost 
of printing the reports of the various State officers and benevo- 
lent, educational and penal institutions of the State, including 
the catalogues of the State I^ormal School, Purdue University, 
and Indiana State University : 



1,600 
2,600 
2,000 
2,200 
2,000 
10,000 
2.000 

600 

2,100 

lO.OOO 

500 

400 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
fi.OOO 
6.000 
5.000 
2,000 
5,000 
2,000 
3,000 
4,200 
5,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2.0U0 
2,0110 
2.000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,000 
2,010 
1,400 

500 
1,000 



ACCOUNT. 



Documentary Journal 

Attorney-General 

Stato Prison North 

A uditor of Sti'te 

Mine Inspector 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

Grdvern'ir's Reprieves and Pardons 

Adjutant-General 

Secretary of State 

Acts Genpral Assembly 

Horticultural l^ociety 

Strtte Libra ri in 

Centr»l Hospit-tl Insane 

Institute Deaf and Dumb 

Institute for the blind 

Purdue Universitv, Catalogue 

Indiana University, Cat 'logue 

St te iSormal School. Catalogue 

Treasurer of St;ite 

Bureau of Statistics 

Coal nil Inspector 

Board of Health 

Board of Equfilixaiion 

Board of Agriculture 

Girls' Reformatory and Women's Prison . . . . 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 

St te Normal School 

State Universitv . . . 

Purdue Ui iversity 

Refurm School for Boys 

School f r Feeble-Minded 

i^tite Prison South 

Fish Conimiscdoupr 

State House Commissioners 

Commissioners Additional Hospitals Insane . . 
Commissioners Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument 



Total 



Amount 
1888-89. 



$315 

448 

183 

514 

69 

6.434 

89 

173 

421 

3,027 



59 

■540 

330 

345 

409 

372 

■ 274 

71 

2.297 

12 

909 

360 

2.262 

103 

155 

54 

40 

44 

61 

44 

57 

12 

780 

40 

249 



821,568 75 



Amount 
1889-90. 



S727 44 



189 93 
492 27 



531 21 
428 00 
418 81 
499 58 
450 61 
269 69 
83 33 



1,412 55 
439 83 

2.714 21 
127 61 
246 49 



153 72 
102 70 
,59 69 



442 



ff9.790 40 



r have tlic honor to remain your most obedient servant. 

CHARLES A. BOOKWALTER. 



INDEX. 



.A. 

PAGE . 

Adjutant General 13 

Attorney General's OflBce, OfiBeial Register 13-14 

Auditor of State 10 

Articles of Incorporation, Railroads 16-17 

Articles of Association, Manufacturing, Mining, Building, etc 18-40 

Abstraetof Vote, November Election, 1890 228-261 

33 

Blind, Institution for Education of 146 

Building and Loan Companies, etc 18-40 

Bureau of Statistics . . . . ■ 14 

Bookwalter, Chas.A., Reportof " 263-288 



Commissioners Appointed to attend Geo. Washington Celebration, etc 154 

" " to attend National Silver Convention 154 

" ", to attend Dairy and Food Convention 154 

" " to attend National Convention of Charities, etc 154 

" " to attend Boys' and Girls' National Home Convention . . 155 

•' " to attend American Forestry Congress 155 

" " to attend Farmers' National Congress 155 

" " to attend American Congress 155 

" for removal of limestone in Kankakee River 155 

Circuit Courts, Terms of 163-165 

Counties and County Seats - 166 

County Officers, November Election, 1888 172-188 

County Officers Elected, November, 1890 ... 189-207 

Congress, Members of -, HI 

Commissioners of Deeds • • 142-143 

Custodian Public Buildings 13 

Clerk Supreme Court U 

Commissioners of Public Printing 153 

Congressmen, Vote Polled for, November, 1890 -236-240 

Central Indiana Hospital for Insane 149 



Deaf and Dumb, Official Register of Institution for Education of. 
Department of Geology and Natural Resources 



146 

14 



Eastern Indiana Hospital for Insane 
19— ^EC. 



149 



290 

C3- 

PAGH. 

General Assembly, Statistical List of Members 167-171 

Governor's Proclamations 144 

Governor's OflBce, OflScial Register 10 



I 

Indiana Horticultural Society 15S 

Indiana State University 145 

Indiana State Prison South, Official Register 147 

Inspector of Mineral Oils, and Deputies 15 

Indiana Official Register 214-226 

Indiana State Normal School 145 

Indiana State Prison North, Official Register 147 



J 

Judges Supreme Court in office October 31, 1890 ; 156 

Judges Circuit Court in office October 31, 1890 156-157 

Judges Supreme Court elected Nov(mber,1890 .' 158 

Judges Circuit Court elected November, 1890 158 

Judges Superior Court in office October 31, 1890 158 

Judges Superior Court elected November, 1890 159 

Judges Criminal Court in office October 31, 1890 159 

Judges Criminal Court elected November, 1890 159 

Judges Circuit Court, Vote for 1890 252-255 

Judges Superior Court, Vote for 1890 255 

Judges Criminal Court, Vote for 1890 255 

Judicial Circuits • 162-163 

Justices of the Peace 89-130 



Law Library, Supreme Court 14 

Live Stock Sanitary Commission ■ 150 



Military Department. 208-213 

Members Fifty-Seventh General Assembly 167-171 

Manufacturing Companies, etc 18-40 

Miscellaneous Incorporations 18-40 

Members of Fifty-Second Congress 166 

isr 

Notaries Public 41-88 

Northern Indiana Hospital for Insane ,. . . ■ 149 



Pardons, Commutations 138-141 

Proclamations 144 

Purdue University, Official Register 145 

Prosecuting Attorneys, Veto for 1890 256-261 

Prosecuting Attorneys in office October 31, 1890 159-160 

Prosecuting Attorneys elected November, 1890 161 

Quartermaster-General 18 



291 

PAOB. 

Representatives in General Assembly, Vote for 1890 244-249 

Representatives, Joint, Vote for 1890 249-251 

Report Clerk Public Printing, etc ' 263-280 

Railroads, Articles of Incorporation 16-17 

Reporter Supreme Court 15 

Recapitulation 213 

Requisitions issued by Governor 131-133 

Reform School for Boys 148 

Reform School for Girls and "Woman's Prison 148 

Recommendations to Governor 6-8 

Remissions of fines, etc 137 



S 

State Board Election Commissioners 151 

State Board of Charities 151 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 151 

State Board of Health 152 

State Board Police Commissioners— Indianapolis 152 

State Board Police Commissioners — Evansville 152 

State Board Dental Examiners 152 

State Board of Equalization 152 

State Executive Council 152 

State Board of Agriculture . . 153 

State Official Register 9-15 

State Officers in office October 31, 1890 9 

State Officers elected November, 1890 9 

State Board Agriculture, November, 1890 12 

State Board Health, November, 1890 12 

State House Engineer, November, 1890 12 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, November, 1890 11 

State Librarian, November, 1890 . 12 

Secretary of State's Office, Official Register 10 

State Officers, vote polled for 228-235 

Senators, hold-over 168 

State Normal School . . . -' 145 

State University 145 

Senators in General Assembly, vote for in 1890 241-243 

State Prisons, North and South 147 

Southern Indiana Hospital for Insane 147 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home " 150 

School for Feeble-Minded Youth. . 150 

State Board of Education 151 



T 

Treasurer of 11 

TAT 

Warrants on requisitions 134-136 



1 
ANNUAL EEPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



-SHOWING THE- 



Receipts and Disbursements and other Transactions of 

this Department During the Fiscal Year 

Ending October 31, 1890. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIAA^APOLIS: 

WM. B. BUBFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDIXG. 
1890 



STATE OF INDIANA, 

Executive Department, 

, November 20, 1890. 

The within report of the Auditor of State has been received and examined 
by the Governor, and traasmitted to the Secretary of State for publication, upon 
the order of the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

WILLIAM B. EGBERTS, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana November 
20, 1890. 

CHARLES F. GRIFFIN, 

Secretary of State. 



Office of Auditor of State, \ 

Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 1, 1890 J 

To His Excellency, Alvin P. Hovey, 

Governor of Indiana : 
In compliance with the statutes defining the duties of the Auditor of State, it 
ie made his duty to report and exhibit to the General Assembly, at its biennial 
meeting, his annual report of the fiscal transactions of the State of Indiana. 

In accordance therewith the annual report for the fiscal year ending October 
31, 1890, is hereby submitted to you, and through you to the General Assembly. 

The suggestions and recommendations to the Legislature are confined to suck 
matters as seem to be of great importance, and which it is trusted will receive the 
immediate attention of that body. 

Eespectfully submitted, BRUCE CARR, 

Auditor of SUete. 



AUDITOR\S OFFICE. 



BRUCE OARR, 

Auditor of State. 



JOHN W. COONS, 
Deputy Auditor of State. 



HENRY A. REED, 

Clerk Insurance Department. 



LEWIS G. AKIN, 

Clerk Land Department. 



iiEORGE U. BINGHAM, 
JAMES M. DAWSON, 
CHARLES M. GLOVER, 

General Clerks. 



SUGGESTIONS TO THE LEGISLATURE. 



As will be seen elsewhere in this report, the total net receipts 
to the genera] fund from all sources during the present fiscal 
year were $1,448,151.45. 

The income of the State within the next three years, at the 
present rate of taxation, is likely not to vary much, if any, 
from the above sum. 

The actual net expenses necessary to run the State govern- 
ment for the fiscal year 1891 are estimated at $2,000,000. To 
this should be added the unpaid appropriations of former years, 
to-wit, $205,232.33, making a total of $2,205,232.33. 

If specific appropriations are passed by the General Assem- 
bly of 1891, the same should he added to the above sum of 
$2,205,232.33. 

Taking the above figures, not including specific appropria- 
tions that may be passed by the Legislature, as a basis, the de- 
ficit over and above the net receipts for the year 1891 is 
$757,080.88. 

The necessary expenses of the State government for the years 
1892 and 1893, as will be found on another page of this report, 
are estimated as follows: 1892, $1,873,090; 1893, $1,998,090, 
which would leave a deficit at end of each year, respectively, 
$424,939 and $549,939, to which deficiencies should be added 
-any additional appropriations that may be made by the Legis- 
lature for these j^ears. 

Immediate provision, in my opinion, should be made tor the 
relief of the Treasury, the importance of which can readily be 
seen, as a continuation of the increase of the State debt be- 
comes a necessity, unless the Legislature enacts such laws as 
may increase the receipts of the State equal to the necessary 
expenditures and appropriations. 



The State debt is now $8,540,615.12, and unless some provis- 
ions are made to increase the receipts to the general fund, 
such debt will increase at the rate of about $500,000 annually. 

THE SOUTHERN HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 

It seems that the appropriation made by the last Legislature 
for furnishing and equipping the new hospitals for the insane 
was expended before the hospital at Evansville, Ind., had been 
furnished and equipped. It was not competent to pay bills for 
furnishing and equipping out of the appropriation for mainte- 
nance, hence the Trustees of the hospital at Evansville are un- 
able to properly equip the hospital for the reception of patients^ 
and it is certainly proper that the Legislature should make 
provisions for this. 

ASSESSMENT OF CORPORATIONS FOR, TAXATION. 

The question of the valuation of corporations, particularly 
railroads, for the purpose of taxation, is one that deserves some 
attention. It is important to the tax-payers of Indiana that 
corporations, particularly railroads, should be given a proper 
valuation, and that all their property and belongings should be 
assessed. It is hardly possible for the State Board of Equaliza- 
tion, in the limited time allotted to them by law, and with the 
meager facts at their command, to give this matter the atten- 
tion that It demands. It seems that It would be a wise thing 
to have some agent or agents of the State, who are able to 
make this a special work, to gather facts and Information rela- 
tive to these valuations, and thus materially aid the State Board 
of Equalization In this work. 



statp: debt. 



Elsewhere in this report will be found a complete cjtatement 
of the indebtedness of the State at the close of fiscal year. 

The act of March 11, 1889, authorizes the Grovernor, Treasurer 
of State and Auditor of State to fund any of the temporary 
loan indebtedness of the State whenever the same can be done 
at lower rate of interest. 

The three and one half per cent, temporary loan bonds, 
amounting to $600,000, dated March 1, 1885, became redeema- 
ble at the pleasure of the State after March 1, 1890. In com- 
pliance with the above law, on August 21, last, proposals were 
asked for the purchase of the three per cent, bonds of the 
State to the amount of $600,000, for the purpose of taking up 
the above mentioned temporary loan bonds. 

No bids were received for such bonds. An effort was then 
made to dispose of these bonds through Messrs. Winslow, 
Lanier & Co., the fiscal agents of the State in ISTew York City, 
but so far without success. They have, however, assured the 
officers charged with the duty of carrying on these refunding 
operations, that the failure to sell these bonds does not reflect 
upon the credit of the State, but that the present activity of 
the eastern money market has enabled those who deal in such 
securities to invest their money at a higher rate of interest. 

The Public Debt Statement on page 60 of this report shows 
that there will become due $340,000 " three per cent, registered 
bonds," temporary interest loan, issued under the provisions of 
the act of May 27, 1852, dated April 1, 1887, and payable at 
the pleasure of the State after April 1, 1889, clue and payable 
April 1, 1892. Provisions for the prompt payment of these 
bonds should be made during the present session of the Legis- 
lature. 



10 



E8Timatp:d disbursements. 



In piirsuanee of the statute which makes it the duty of the 
Auditor of State to furnish suggestions and estimates upon 
which to base the annual appropriations for the necessary ex- 
penses of the State Government, the following appropriations 
are recommended : 



For Grovernor's salar}' ! 

For Governor's Private Secretary's 
salary 

For Governor's Executive Clerk's sal- 
ary 

For Governor's Messenger's salary 

For Adjutant General's salary 

For Quartermaster General's salary. 

For Governor's civil contingent ex- 
pense 

For Governor's military contingent 
expense 

For Governor's oifice expenses 

For Secretary of State's salary 

For Secretary of State's Deputy's and 
Record Clerk's salaries 

For Secretary of State's Clerk and 
Stenographer's salary 

For Clerk Printing Bureau's salary 

For Secretary of State's office expenses.. 

For distribution of laws 

For Auditor of State's salary 

For Auditor of State's Deputy and Set- 
tlement Clerk's salary 

For Auditor of State'.s Insurance Clerk. 

For Auditor of State's Land Clerk 

For Auditor of State's office expenses... 

For Treasurer of State's salary 

For Treasurer of State's Clerk's salary.. 

For Treasurer of State's Watchman's 
salary ; 

For Treasurer of State's office expenses. 

For Attorney General's salary 

Foi- xlttorney General's Deputy's and 
Clerk's salaries 



1892. 
$5,000 

1.500 



1,000 

2,000 

300 

2,000 

2,500 



2,400 



1893. 

$5,000 

1,500 



1,000 


1,000 


720 


720 


1,200 


1,200 


900 


900 



1,000 

2,000 
300 

2,000 

2,500 



1,000 


1,000 


1,200 


1,200 


650 


650 


600 


600 


1,500 


1,500 


2,500 


2,500 


1,200 


1,200 


1,200 


1,200 


1,000 


1,000 


3,000 


3,000 


1,500 


1,500 


720 


720 


300 


300 


2,500 


2,500 



2,400 



11 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Attorney General's office expenses.. 
For Superintendent Public Instruction's 

salary : 

For Superintendent Public Instruction's 

Clerk's salary 

For Superintendent Public Instruction's 

traveling expenses 

For Superintendent Public Instruction's 

office expenses. 

For State Librarian's salary 

For State Librarian's Assistants' salaries 
For State Librarian, books and binding. 

For Bureau of Statistics 

For Department Geology and jS^atural 

Resources 

For State Board of Health 

For Mine Inspector's salary 

For Commissioner of Fisheries' salary... 
For Commissioner of Fisheries' ex- 



penses 

For State Board of Agriculture 

For State Horticultural Society 

For Supreme Court Judges' salaries 

For Law Librarian's salary 

For Messenger Supreme Court 

For Sheriff Supreme Court, salary....... 

For Supreme Court office and chamber 
expenses '. 

For Supreme Court Reports 

For Circuit Court Judges' salaries 

For Prosecuting Attorneys' salaries 

For Superior Judges' salaries, State's 
proportion 

For Sheriffs 

For Indiana University 

For Purdue University 

For State Normal School 

For State Board of Education 

For Central Hospital for Insane, main- 
tenance I 

For Central Hospital for Insane, cloth- 
^ing. 

For Central Hospital for Insane, re- 
pairs of building 



mileage 



1892. 
1500 

2,500 

2,700 

600 

600 

1,500 

2,000 

2,000 

11,000 

7,200 

5,000 

1,500 

300 

700 

10,000 

1,000 

20,000 

1,200 

600 

500 

2,000 

8,000 

140,000 

30,000 

7,000 
25,000 
30,000 
30,000 
10,000 

1,200 

260,000 
15,000 
12,000 



1893. 

, $500 

2,500 

2,700 

600 

600 

1,200 

2,000' 

2,000 

11,000 

7,200 

5,000 

1,500 

300 

700 

10,000 

1,000 

20,000 

1,200 

600 

500 

2,000 

8,000 

140,000 

30,000 

7,000 
25,000 
30,000 
30,000 
10,000 

1,200 

260,000 
15,000 
12,000 



12 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Contiimed. 



For current expenses, including cloth- 
ing, repair^ and minor improvements : 

Northern Hospital , . . . . 

Southern Hospital 

Eastern Hospital 

For Blind Asylum, maintenance.. 

For repairs of buildings, etc 

For Deaf and Dumb Asylum, main- 
tenance 

For repairs 

For Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, maintenance 

Salaries, Officers and Trustees 

For repairs of building 

For School Feeble-Minded Youth, 
maintenance 

For salaries. Officers and Trustees 

For incidental expenses 

For State Prison North 

For State Prison South 

For Reform School for Boys 

For Female Prison and Reformatory 

For printing, binding, stationery and 



advertising , 



For interest on refunding bonds and 
temporary loan bonds 

For State Board of Equalization 

For legislation 

For the salaries of custodian and jani- 
tors, sweepers and watchmen and 
engineers and laborers for new 
State House 

For heating State House 

For water State House 

For illuminating State House 

For custodians' repair fund 

For engineers' repair fund 

For Board of State Charities 

For Live Stock Sanitary Commission... 

For State Agent's salary 



Total 



1892. 



$85,000 

85,000 

85,000 

28,000 

2,000 

55,000 
3,000 

100,000 
3,600 
2,000 

72,000 

3,000 

2,000 

120,000 

80,000 

60,000 

40,000 

30,000 

275,000 
1,000 



18,000 
7,500 

, 2,500 
2,500 
3,000 
2,500 
4,000 

20,000 
500 




1893. 



$85,000 

85,000 

85,000 

28,000 

2,000 

55,000 
3,000 

100,000 
3,600 
2,000 

72,000 

3,000 

2,000 

120,000 

80,000 

.60,000 

40,000 

30,000 

275,000 

1,000 

125,000 



18,000 
7,500 
2,500 
2,500 
3,000 
2,500 
4,000 

20,000 
500 



,998,090 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.. 



STATEMENT 



Mhowing Condensed Exhibit of the Balance in the State Treasury by 
. Funds November 1, 1889 ; also, Amount Received and Disbursed 

from the Several Funds During the Fiscal Year Ending October 

31, 1890. 



Amount of Cash in Treasury Oc- 
tober 31, 1889 


$811,734 

81,538 

3,378 

65 

835 

598 

20,769 

6,075 

13,681 

2,088 

467 

500 

1,278 

11,515 

19,583 


56 
10 
29 
10 

25 

56 
05 
72 
05 
52 
78 
00 
56 
77 

04 


$974,109 35 


Balance in General Fund 

School revenue for tuition.... 
College Fund 


College Fund, interest 




Permanent Endowm't Fund 
Indiana Universitv 




Permanent Endowm't Fund 
Indiana University, inter- 
est 




Unclaimed estates 

Cominon School Fund 




Swamp Land Fund 




Excess of bids Sinking Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Surplus Pevenue Fund 




Escheated estates 




Sale of lands 




Sale of University and Col- 
lege Fund lands 








Total 




974,109 35 



14 



Receipts from all Sources During the Fiscal Year Ending October 

31, 1890. 



General Fund — net receipts 

Advances bv counties 


$1,448,151 45 

183,827 38 






$1,631,978 83 

2,029,431 92 

11,567 50 

8,547 43 

2,298 35 

599 00 


School Revenue for Tuition 

Colleo-e Fund 




Colles^e Fund Interest 


Unclaimed Estates 

Sale of Lands 


Sale of University and College 
Fund Lands ... 


1,112 00 


Permanent Endowment Fund In- 
diana Uijiversity 


44 771 25 


Permanent Endowment Fund In- 
diana L^niversity, Interest Fund 


6,888. 90 


Total amount of receipts from all 
sources .''. 


$3,737,195 18 
974,109 35 


Add cash balance in Treasury Oc- 
tober 31. 1889 ! 






Makes total receipts, includ- 
ing balance , 


$4,711,304 53 



Note. — Total net receipts to the General Fund during the Fiscal Year, 
!fl,448,151.45. 

Dishiirseyneiifs fro)n all Sources During the Fiscal Year Ending 

October SI, 1890. 



From (ioiu'ral Fund* 

School revenue for tuition 
College Fund 



College Fund interest 

Unclaimed estates 

Sale of lands 

Sale of University and Col- 
lege Fund lands 

Permanent Endowment 
Fund Indiana Univer- 
sitv 



$2,315,980 99 

2,085,743 63 

12,750 00 

5,180 83 

94 24 

669 90 

1,062 37 



45,575 00 



* In order to arrive at the net disbursements from the General Fund, during the Fiaoftl 
year, the receipts of the advance payments by counties, to-wit : $183,827.38, should be de- 
lucted from the sum above given, which would leave the actual net diebiirgemenU from tk« 
■general Fund iifter all advances are returned to counties, $2,132,153.61. 



15 



Disbursements from all Sources — Continued. 



Permanent Endowment 
Fund Indiana Univer- 
sity, Interest Fund 


14,891 17 




Total Disbursements ... 

Which, being deducted from to- 
tal receiiJts (|4,71 1,304.53), 
leaves cash in Treasury Octo- 
ber 31 1890 


$127,732 

25,226 

2,195 

3,431 

22,973 
6,075 

31 

2,596 
13,681 

2,088 
467 
500 

1,278 
11,444 

19,632 


40 

39 

79 
70 
16 

72 

50 

29 
05 

52 
78 
00 
56 

87 

67 


$4,471,948 13 
239,356 40 


The balance of cash in Treasury 
October 31, 1890, are the bal- 
ances of the various funds as 
follows : 

Balance in General Fund 

School revenue for tuition.. 
College Fund 




College Fund interest 

Unclaimed estates 




Common School Fund 

Permanent Endowment 
Fund Indiana Univer- 
sitv 




Permanent Endowment 
Fund Indiana Univer- 
sity, Interest 




Swamp Land Fund 




Excess of Bids Sinking 
Fund 




State Debt Sinking Fund .. 

Surplus Revenue Fund 

Escheated estates 




Sale of lands 




Sale of University and 
College Fund Lands 




Total 




239,356 40 



16 



STATEMENT 



Showing the Receipts and Disbursements of the State Treasury by 
Funds, for the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1890. 



EECEIPTS. 



(GENERAL FUND. 

Receipts. 

F]'()m State revenue, current 

taxes 

State revenue, delinqaent 

taxes 

Docket fees. Circuit Court 

Insurance fees 

Insurance taxes 

Telephone companies taxes 
Sleeping car companies' 

tax 

Miscellaneous receipts and 

expenditures 

State revenue advanced by 

counties 

Governor's civil conting'nt 

expenses — 

Governor's office expense ., 
Revised Statutes, sale of... 

County tax transferred 

Central Hospital Insane, 

earnings 

Central Hospital Insane, 

receipts from counties... 
Central Hospital Insane, 

reimbursements 

Northern Hospital Insane, 

refund 

Northern Hospital Insane, 

receipts from counties ... 
Northern Hospital Insane, 

receipts and earnings 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

receipts from counties.... 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

earnings 

Blind Asylum, receipts 

from counties 



$1,049,708 


53 


37,991 

7,409 

14,830 

83,702 
1,676 


91 
04 
50 
49 
43 


52 


18 


713 


83 


183,827 


.38 


25 
136 
367 

30 


00 
36 
00 
73 


1,607 


83 


10,862 


38 


1,336 


10 


4 


12 


2,653 


24 


1,900 


49 


638 


49 


231 


81 


233 


13 



17 



RECEIPTS— Continued . 



Blind Aeylum, earnings.... 


1188 18 




Reform School for Girls 








and Women's Prison, 


/ 






earnings 


8,682 


00 




Reform School for Girls 








and Women's Prison, 








receipts from counties... 


10,118 


90 


t 


Reform School for Boys, 








earnings and miscellane- 








ous receipts 


578 


96 




Reform School for Boys, 








receipts from counties... 


26,505 


75 




Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 






- 


phans' Home, earnings... 


152 


80 




State Prison ISTorth, re- 








ceipts and earnings 


100,000 


00 




State Prison South, re- 








ceipts and earnings 


69,076 


68 




Sale of State lands, general 








fu nd 


21,224 
491 


84 
75 




School revenue for tuition.. 




Teachers' certiiicates 


30 


00 








Total receipts to gen- 








eral fund 






$1,631,978 81 


By deducting from the amount 






the sum of. 


$183,827 


38 




Being advance payments made 






by counties for temporary re- 








lief of the Treasury, would 








leave the actual net receipts to 








the general fund 


1,448,151 


45 








SCHOOL REVENUE FOE TUITION FUND 








R.ecei'pt^. 








Prom School tax, current tax 


$1,406,939 


38 




School tax, delinquent 


71,685 


78 




School fund interest .. 


384,365 


09 




Unclaimed fees 


1,124 


98 




School revenue apportion- 






ment adjustment 


165,316 


69 








Total receipts to fund 






2,029,431 n 



18 



KECEIPTS— Continued. 



COLLEGE FUND. 








Receijpts. 








Fi'oiji Collection of loans 


$11,077 50 
490 00 


$11,567 




University land sales 




Total receipts to fund 




50 


COLLEGE FUND INTEREST. 








Receijpts. 








From Collection of interest on 
loans .....,; 


$8,431 12 
55 25 
61 06 


8,547 




Collection of costs 




Collection of damages 




Total receipts to fund 




48 


UNCLAIMED ESTATES. 








Receipts. 








From estates without heirs 


$2,298 35 


2,298 








Total 




35 


SALE OF STATE LANDS. 






Receipts. 








From sale of lands 


$599 00 


599 




Total 




00 


SALE OF UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE 








FUND LANDS. 








Receipts. 








From sale of lands 


$1,112 00 


1,112 








Total 




00 



19 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, IN- 










DIANA UNIVERSITY. 










Beceipts. 










From curi'eiit taxes 


$40,153 
1,467 
3,150 


61 
64 
00 


$44,771 




Delinq ueut taxes 




Loans 








Total receipts to fund 






^'5 


PERMANENT BNDOAVMENT FUND, IN- 








DIANA UNIVERSITY, INTEREST. 










Receipts. 










From interest on loaas 


16,888 


90 






Total cash receipts to the 
Treasury during the year .. 




$3,737,195 


18 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



UENERAL FUND. 

Disbursements. 

For (Governor's salary 

Governor's private secretarj^, 
salary 

Governor's clerk's, salary 

Governor's messenger's salary.. 

Governor's military contingent 
expense 

Governor's civil contingent ex- 
pense 

Governor's office expense 

Adjutant General'.s salar}^ 

Adjutant General's clerk's sal- 
ary 

Quartermaster General's sal- 
ary 

Secretarv of State's salarv 



$5,000 00 

1,500 00 

999 99 

720 00 

25 00 

518 75 

410 56 

1,200 00 

600 00 

300 00 

2,000 00 



20 



DISBUESEMENTS— Continued. 



For Secretary of State's deputy's 
salary 

Secretary of State's clerk's sal- 
ary 

Secretary of State's office ex- 
pense 

Clerk Printing Bureau, salary.. 

Secretary of State's messenger, 
salary 

Distribution of public docu- 
ments 

Auditor of State's salary 

Auditor of State's deputy and 
settlement clerk's salary 

Auditor of State's insurance 
and land clerk's salaries 

Auditor of State's office ex- 
pense 

Treasurer of State's salary 

Treasurer of State's deputy's 
salary , 

Treasurer of State's watch- 
man's salary 

Treasurer of State's office ex- 
pense 

Attorney General's salary , 

Attorney General's deputy and 
clerk's salaries 

Attorney General's office ex- 
pense 

Attorney General's fees ,. 

Superintendent Public Instruc; 
tion, salary , 

Superintendent Public Instruc- 
tion, clerks' salaries 

Superintendent Public Instruc- 
tion, traveling expenses........ 

Superintendent Public Instruc- 
tion, office expenses 

State IBoard of Education 

State Librarian's salary 

State Librarian's assistants' 
salaries 

State Librarian, books and 
binding 



$1,500 00 

800 00 

650 00 
1,200 00 

275 00 

250 00 
1,500 00 

2,300 00 

2,400 00 

600 00 
3,000 00 



1,500 


00 


720 


00 


286 


75 


2,500 


00 


2,400 


00 


494 


89 


1,421 


22 


2,500 


00 


2,625 


00 


600 


00 


400 


00 


3,929 


44 


1,500 


00 


2,000 
1.664 


00 

84 



21 



DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



Tor State Librarian, janitor's sal- 
ary 

State Librarian, office expenses 
and distribution of docu- 
ments 

State Mine Inspector, salary.... 
State Mine Inspector, expenses. 
Commissioner of Fisheries, sal- 



ary. 



Commissioner of Fisheries, ex- 
penses 

Bureau of Statistics 

Board of State Charities 

Department of Geology and 
Natural Resources 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Agriculture , 

State Horticultural Society 

State Board of Equalization.... 

County tax transferred 

Improvements of State Capitol 
grounds 

Custodian Public Buildings, 
janitors, sweepers and watch- 
man 

Engineer and assistant engi- 
neers 

E'atural gas. State Building 

Water, State Building 

Illuminating, State Building.... 

Repair fund. State Building 

Repair fund, engineer 

Live Stock Sanitary Commis- 
sion 

Indiana militia 

Supreme Court, Judges' sala- 
ries 

Supreme Court, Sheriff's sal- 
ary 

Supreme Court, office expense., 

Supreme Court, Law Librari- 
an's salary 

Supreme Court, messenger 

Supreme Court, reports 



$600 


00 


499 


28 


2,375 


00 


475 


00 


800 


00 


700 


00 


1,505 


29 


3,989 


64 


165 


00 


5,000 


00 


10,000 


00 


1,000 


00 


1,000 


00 


30 


73 


4,685 


75 


11,500 


00 


5,940 


00 


2,975 


00 


2,500 


00 


2,159 


55 


3,000 


20. 


1,875 


96 


7,631 


65 


29,824 


08 


20,000 


00 


500 


00 


1,957 


55 


1,200 


00 


600 


00 


7,280 


00 



22 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Supreme Court Reporter's of- 
fice expenses 

Supreme Court contingent ex- 
penses 

Supreme Court, Catalogue 

Supreme Court, Law Library... 

Circuit Court Judges' salaries.. 

Superior Court Judges' salaries 

Prosecuting Attorneys' salaries 

Sheriiis'' mileage 

Central Hospital Insane, main- 
tenance 

Central Hospital Insane, cloth- 

iiig ••• 

Central Hospital Insane, re- 
pairs 

Additional Hospital Insane 

Additional Hospital Insane, in- 
terest on claims 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
maintenance 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 
maintenance 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 
maintenance 

Law books. Attorney General. 

State Agent's salary 

Contingent expense State offi- 
cers 

I)eaf and Dumb Asylum main- 
tenance 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum re- 
pairs 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum school 
building 

Blind Asylum maintenance .... 

Blind Asylum repairs 

Blind Asylum, special appro- 
priation for building, etc 

Reform School for Girls and 
Womer's Prison 

Reform School for Girls and 
Women's Prison, receipts 
from counties 



1350 


00 


143 

800 

8'^ 6 

131,267 

7,000 

26,056 

19,320 


53 

00 
50 
71 

00 
72 
80 


251,287 


43 


12,000 


00 


15,000 

128,903 


00 

67 


449 


03 


85,339 


44 


84,821 


15 


34,529 
35 

500 


70 
90 
00 



300 00 

54,998 66 

3,000 00 

43,034 43 

27,230 23 

1,994 96 

29,123 04 

40,000 00 

47 63 



23 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Reform School for Girls and 
Women's Prison, special ap- 
propriation 

Reform School for Boys, main- 
tenance 

Reform School for Boys, build- 
ing.- 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home maintenance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home officers' salaries 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home Hospital 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home dining room and 
kitchen 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home cottages 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home library 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home repairs 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home ornam'tn of grounds.... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home shops, etc 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument 

School for Feeble Minded 
Youth, niaintenance 

School * for Feeble Minded 
Youth, officers' salaries 

School for Feeble Minded 
Youth, new building and 



furnishing. 



School for Feeble Minded 
Youth , miscellaneous 

School for Feeble Minded 
Youth, incidental expenses..., 

Schooh for Feeble Minded 
Youth, deficiency appropria- 
tion ,,.. 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground 

Land records 

Removal lime-stone ledge in 
Kankakee river 



$5,737 00 
66,000 00 
16,000 00 
72,000 00 
3,600 00 
2,646 00 

7,032 00 

22,383 50 

200 00 

500 00 

1,500 00 

1,100 87 
35,172 34 

71,250 63 

4,281 25 

64,003 70 

41,929 23 

2,000 00 



3,000 00 

161 60 

1,000 00 

1.065 15 



24 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For State Prison N^orth, mainten- 
ance 

State Prison North, sewer 

State Prison South, mainten- 
ance 

State Prison South, new build- 
ing 

Public printing and advertising 

Public stationery , 

Indiana University 

Purdue University 

Purdue University, special ap- 
propriation : 

State Normal School 

State Normal School, Board of 
Visitors 

Election ballots 

Sale of State lands, general fund 

Interest on New State House 
loan 

Interest on temporary loan 
bonds 

Interest on refunding bonds 

Interest on Purdue University 
bonds 

Interest on Permanent Endow- 
ment Fund bonds 

Interest on School Fund Re- 
funding bonds 

Miscellaneous receipts and ex- 
penditures 

State revenue advanced by 
counties 

Premium on sale of bonds 

Special appropriation, Lizzie 
M. Viehe, administratrix 

Total disbursements from 
general fund 



$100,000 00 
9,519 01 

69,076 68 

7,000 00 
22,465 29 

1,812 75 
30,000 00 
30,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

256 00 

12,290 20 

1,404 70 

17,517 50 

94,594 50 
20,495 50 

17,000 00 

7,200 00 

117,267 18 

484 55 

136,035 71 
596 60 

500 00 



$2,315,980 99 



25 



DISBURSEiMENTS-Continued. 



SCHOOL REVENUE FOR TUITION 


FUND. 






" Disbursements. 








For disbursements to counties 
State ITormal Scliool... 


and 


2,083,204 53 

280 59 

1,766 76 

491 75 




Sctiool tax, rebate 




School fund interest 

Transfer warrant to ge 
fund 


neral 




Total disburseni ents . 




$2,085,743 63 


COLLEGE FUND. 




. 




Disbursements. 








For amount loaned during yei 


ir 


$12,750 00 




Total 




12,750 00 


COLLEGE FUND INTEREST. 






DisbwrseyneriU. 








For professors' salaries 




$4,473 79 
421 55 

, 159 49 
126 00 




Expense 








Costs 










Total 




5,180 83 


UNCLAIMED ESTATES. 






Disbursements. 








For amount returned to lieirs. 




$94 24 











Total 




94 24 


SALE OF LANDS (PERMANENT COMMON 






SCHOOL fund). 








Disbursements. 








For advertising, appraising 
other expenses 


a^nd 


$669 90 










Total 




669 00 



26 



DISBUKSEMENTS -Continued. 



8ALE OF UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE 










FUND LANDS. 










Dishurse7vents. 










For advertising, appraising and 
other expenses 


$1,062 


37 


$1,062 








Total 






37 


PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, IN- 










DIANA UNIVERSITY. 










• Disbiirsements. 










For amount loaned during the year.. 


145,575 


00 


45,575 




Total 






00 


PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, 










INDIANA UNIVERSITY INTEREST 










FUND. 










For professors" salaries 


$4,492 

54 

344 


56 
16 
45 


4,891 




Refund of interest 












Total 




17 






Total disbursements from 
all the funds 


$4,471,948 


18 







27 
SUMMARY 



Balance cash in Treasury, !N^ovem- 

ber 1, 1889 j |974,109 35 

Add cash receipts during the year.. .{3, 737, 195 18 



Total. 



Deduct cash disbursements during 
the year , 

Leaves cash balance chargeable 
against Treasurer, October 31, 
1890 




,711,304 53 
4,471,948 13 

$239,356 40 



CLASSIFICATION 



Receipts to the General Fund for the Fiscal Year Ending October 

31, f890. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

From Central Hospital Insane, 

earnings 

Central Hospital Insane, 

receipts from counties... 
Central Hospital Insane, 

reimbursements 

Northern Hospital Insane, 

refund 

Northern Hospital Insane, 

receipts from counties... 
Northern Hospital Insane, 

receipts and earnings.... 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

receipts from counties... 
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 

earnings 

Blind Asylum, receipts 

from counties 

Blind Asylum, earnings... 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, earnings.. 

Total 



^1,607 83 


10,862 


38 


1,336 


10 


4 


12 


2,653 


24 


1,900 


49 


638 


49 


231 


81 


233 


13 


188 


18 


152 


80 







119,808 57 



28 



OLASSIFICA.TION OF RECEIPTS— Continued. 



REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS. 

Prom Reform School for Girls 
and Women's Prison, 
earnings 

Reform School for Girls 
and Women's Prison, re- 
ceipts from counties , 

Reform School for Boys, 
earnings and miscellane- 
ous receipts 

Reform School for Boys, 
receipts from counties ... 



Total 



PENAL INSTITUTIONS. 

-From State Prison I^orth, receipts 

and earnings 

State Prison South, re- 
ceipts and earnings 



Total. 



JUDICIARY. 

From Docket fees, Circuit Court. 
Total 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

From Insurance fees 

Insurance taxes 



Total. 



TAXES FROM POREKIN CORPORATIONS, 

FromTelephone companies' taxes. 
Sleeping car companies' 
tax 



Total. 



$3,682 00 

10,118 90 

578 96 

26,505 75 



$100,000 00 
69,076 68 



$7,409 04 



$14,880 50 
83,702 49 



L,676 43 
52 18 



$40,885 61 



169,076 68 



7,409 04 



98,532 99 



1,728 61 



29 



CLA.SSIFICATION OF RECEIPTS-Continued. 



TAXATION. 

From State revenue 


11,049,708 53 
37,991 91 




Delinquent State revenue- 




Total 


$25 00 
136 36 
357 00 

713 83 
30 73 

21,224 84 

491 75 

30 00 

183,827 38 


$1,087,700 44 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

Prom Governor's civil contingent 
expense 

Governor's Office expense. 
Sale of Revised Statutes... 
Miscellaneous receipts and 
expenditures 




County tax transferred 

Sale of State Lands (gen- 
eral fund) 

Transfer warrant 




Teachers' certij&cate 




State revenue advanced by 
counties 








Total 


■ 


206,836 89 






Total receipts to the 
general fund 


$1,631,978 S3 







30 
SUMMARY. 



From Taxation 

Insurance department 

Foreign corporations 

Benevolent institutions 

Eeformator}' institutions ... 
Penal institutions 


$1,087,700 44 

98,532 99 

1,728 61 

19,808 57 

40,885 61 

169,076 68 

7,409 04 

206,836 89 




"■Judiciary 




Miscellaneous 




Total 

Deduct from above amount the advance pay- 
ments made by County Treasurers for the tern- 




$1,631,978 83 
183,827 38 






Leaves actual net receipts to the general fund 
from all sources 


$1,448,151 45 



CLASSIFICATION 



Expenses of the State Government for the Fiscal Year Ending 

October 31, 1890. 



EXECUTIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE. 

For salaries of State officers, dep- 
uties and clerks, includ- 
ing office expenses 


$1,505 29 
1,000 00 
2,850 00 
3,989 64 

165 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

7,631 65 


$43,497 
34,141 


16 


BUREAUS AND DEPARTMENTS. 

For Bureau of Statistics 




Commissioner of Fisheries... 
State Mine Inspector 




Board of State Charities 

Department of Geology and 
Natural Resources 




State Board of Health.... 




State Board of Agriculture .. 
State Horticultural Society... 
State Board of Equalization. 
Live Stock Sanitary Com- 
mission 








Total 




58 



31 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXPENSES— Continued. 



STATE LIBRARY. 



For State Librarian and assist- 
ants' salaries, books and 
binding and office expenses 



Total 

NEW STATE HOUSE. 

Tor custodians, janitors, sweep-* 
ers and engineers and as- 
sistants (salaries), natural 
gas, water, illuminating 
and repairs for custodian 

and engineer 

Improvement of Capitol 
g:rounds 



Total 

JUDICIARY. 

For Supreme Court Judges" sal- 
aries 

Supreme Court Sheriff's sal- 

aiy 

Supreme Court office ex- 
pense 

Supreme Court Law Libra- 
rian's salary , 

Supreme Court messenger's 
salary 

Supreme Court Reports 

Supreme Court Reporter's 
office expense... 

Supreme Court contingent 
expenses 

Supreme Court Librarian's 
catalogue 

Supreme Court Law Library 

Circuit Court Judges' sala- 
ries 

Superior Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Prosecuting Attorneys' sala- 
ries 

Sheriff's mileage.. 



,264 12 



9,950 71 
4,685 75 



$20,000 00 

500 00 

1,957 55 

1,200 00 

600 00 

7,280 00 

350 00 

143 53 

800 00 
806 50 

131,267 71 

7,000 00 

26,056 72 
19,320 70 



6,264 12 



34,636 46 



Total 



217,282 71 



32 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXPENSES-Continued, 



EDUCATIONAL. 

For State Board of Education.... 

Indiana University 

Purdue University 

State ISTormal School 

Total 

EDUCATIONAL SPECIAL. 

For Purdue University 

Total 

BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

For Central Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Central Hospital Insane, 
clothing 

Central Hospital Insane, re- 
pairs 

]^orthern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Eastern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, 
maintenance 

Deaf and Dumb Asylum, re- 
pairs , 

Blind Asylum, maintenance. 

Blind Asylum, repairs , 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, maintenance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or- 
phans' Home, officers sal- 
aries 

SchoolFeeble-MindedYouth, 
maintenance 

SchoolFeeble-MindedYouth, 
officers' salaries 

Total 



$3,929 44 
30,000 00 
30,000 00 
10,256 00 



16,000 00 



,287 43 

12,000 00 

15,000 00 I 

85,339 44 [ 

84,821 15 j 

34,529 70 I 

54,998 m \ 

3,000 00 I 

27,230 23 I 

1,994 96 I 

72,000 00 

3,600 00 

71,250 63 

4,281 25 



,185 44 



6,000 00 



721,333 45 



33 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXPENSES- Continued. 



REFORMATOKY INSTITUTIONS. 

For Reform School for Girls aud 
Women's Prison, mainte- 
nance 

Reform School for Boys, 
maintenance 

Total 

PENAL INSTITUTIONS. 

For State Prison Xorth, mainte- 
nance 

State Prison Sonth, mainte- 
nance 

Total 

PUBLIC PRINTING. 

For public printing and station- 
ery 

Total 

INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT. 

For Interest on i^ew State House 
loan 

Interest on temporary loan 
bonds 

Interest on refunding bonds.. 

Interest on Purdue Univer- 
sity bonds 

Interest on permanent en- 
dowment fund bonds 

Interest on school fund re- 
funding bonds... 

Total 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS. 

For land records 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monu- 
ment 

3 — AtTD. Part I. 



$40,000 00 
66,000 00 



$100,000 00 
69,076 68 



$24,278 04 



$17,517 50 

94,594 50 
20,495 50 

17,000 00 

7,200 00 

117,267 18 



$1,000 00 
35,172 34 



$106,000 00 



169,07 68 



24,278 04 



274,074 6S 



34 



CLASSIFICATION OF EXPENSES— Continued. 



For Removal limestone ledge, 
Kankakee river 


$1,065 

129,352 

43,034 
29,123 

5,737 

16,000 
9,519 

7,000 

35,362 

110,932 
500 


15 

70 

43 
04 

00 

00 
01 

00 

37 

93 

00 




Additional Hospitals for In- 
sane 


- 


Deaf and Dumb Asylum 
scliool buildi ng 




Blind Asylum, building 

Reform School for Girls and 

Women's Prison, building 
Reform Scliool for Boys, 

building, etc 




State Prison jSTorth, sewer... 
State Prison South, new 
buildin g 




Soldiers'and Sailors'Orphans' 
Home, buildings, etc 




School Feeble Mmded Youth, 

building, furniture, etc 

Lizzie M. Viehe, adrarx 




Total 


$30 73 

29,824 08 

500 00 

35 90 

47 63 

161 60 

12,290 20 

1,404 70 

484 55 

136,035 71 
596 60 


$423,798 m 


MISCELLANEOUS. 

County tax transferred 

Indiana militia 


State Agent's salary 




Law books, Attorney-Gen'l .. 
Reform School for Girls and 
Women's prison, refund ... 
Tippecanoe Battle Ground... 
Election ballots 


'i 


Sale of State lands, general 
fund 




Miscellaneous receipts and 
expenditures 

State revenue advanced by 
counties 




Premium on sale of bonds... 




Total 






181,411 70 




Total disbursements... 


$2,315,980 99 



35 



SUMMARY 



Tor Executive and administrative . . . 

Bureaus and departments 

State Library 

New State House 

Judiciary 

Education al 

Educational — special 

Benevolent institutions 

Reformatory institutions 

Penal institutions 

Public printing and stationery 

Interest on public debt 

Special' appropriations 

Miscellaneous 

Total 

By deducting the advance payments received from 
counties for temporary relief of the treasury dur- 
ing the fiscal year 

Which, when returned to counties, would leave the 
total net expenses of the State government. . ■ . 



$43,497 16 

34,141 58 
6,264 12 

34,636 46 
217,282 71 

74,185 44 
6,000 00 
721,333 
106,000 
169,076 

24,278 
274,074 68 
423,798 97 
181,411 70 



45 

00 
68 
04 




$2,315,980 99 



183,827 38 
l$2,132,153 61 



36 



EXHIBIT 



Appropriation Accounts for the Fiscal Year Ending October SI, 

1890. 



governor's salary. 


By appropriation 

To amount drawn during the 
year 


$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 


Total 


$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 


governor's private secretary's salary. 


By appropriation 

To amount drawn during the 
year 


$1,500 00 


11,500 00 


Total 


$1,500 00 


$1,500 00 


governor's clerk's salary. 


By appropriation 


$999 99 
01 


$1,000 00 


To amount drawn during the 




To balance undrawn 








Total 


$1,000 00 


$1,000 00 




governor's messenger's salary. 


By appropriation 

To amount drawn 


$720 00 


$720 00 






Total 


$720 00 


$720 00 







87 



UOVERNOR S MILITARY CONTINGENT EXPENSE. 



By appropriation 

To amount drawn 

To balance undrawn. 



Total. 



|25 00 
1,975 00 



$2,000 00 



$2,000 00 



1,000 00 



governor's CIVIL CONTINGENT EXPENSE. 



By appropriation...... 

By easily 

To amount drawn — 
To amount indrawn. 

Total 



$518 75 
506 25 



1,025 00 



L,000 00 
25 00 



$1,025 00 



GOVERNOR S OFFICE EXPENSE. 



Bv appropriation 


$410 56 

25 80 


$300 00 


By cash 


136 36 


To amount drawn 




To amount undrawn 








Total 


$436 36 


$436 36 







ADJUTANT-GENERAL S SALARY. 



Bv appropriation 


• $1,200 oo" 


$1,200 00 


To amount drawn 


Total 


$1,200 00 


$1,200 00 







AD.JUTANT-GENERAL S CLERK S SALARY. 



By appropriation 


$600 00 


$600 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$600 00 


!^600 00 







38 



QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL S SALARY. 



By appropriation i . . . 


1 

$300 00 


To amount drawn 


1800 00 i 






Total 


$300 00 $300 00 







SECRETARY OF STATE 8 SALARY. 



By appropriation 


$2,000 00 


$2,000 00 


To amount drawn 




Total 


$2,000 00 


$2,000 00 



SECRETARY OF STATE S DEPUTY S SALARY. 



By appropriation ■ 


$1,500 00 


11,500 00 


To amount drawn 






Total 


$1,500 00 


$1,500 00 





SECRETARY OF STATE S CLERK S SALARY. 



By appropriation 


$800 00 


To am^ount drawn 


$800 00 




^ 1 


Total 


$800 00 $800 00 




1 
1 



SECRETARY OF STATE S MESSENGER S SALARY, 



By appropriation 


$275 00 
25 00 


$300 00 


To amount drawn 




To amount undrawn 








Total 


$300 00 


$300 00 







39 



SECRETARY OF STATE, OFFICE EXPENSES. 



By appropriation 


$650 00 


$650 00 


To amount expended. 








Total 


1650 00 


$650 00 



CLERK PRINTING BUREAU, SALARY. 



By appropriation . . 
To amount drawn 



$1,200 00 



Total. 



$1,200 00 



DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS AND REPORTS. 



$1,200 00 



[,200 00 



By appropriation 

To amount drawn 


$250 00 
1,200 00 


$1,450 00 


To balance undrawn 








Total 


$1,450 00 


$1,450 00 







AUDITOR OF STATE, SALARY. 



By appropriation 

To amount drawn . 


$1,500 00 


$1,500 00 


Total 


$1,500 00 


$1,500 00 





AUDITOR OF STATE, DEPUTY AND SETTLEMENT CLERK S SALARIES. 



By appropriation .. 
To amount drawn. 

Total 



$2,300 00 
$2,300 00 



$2,300 00 



$2,300 00 



40 



AUDITOR OF STATE, INSURANCE AND LAND CLERKS SALARIES. 



By appropriation , 
To amount drawn, 

Total 



$2,400 00 



$2,400 00 



52,400 00 



$2,400 00 



AUDITOR OF STATE— OFFICE EXPENSE. 



By appropriation . 
To amount drawn 

Total 



S600 00 



S600 00 



$600 00 



$600 00 



TREASURER OF STATE S SALARY. 



By appropriation 


$3,000 00 


$3,000 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$3,000 00 


$3,000 00 







TREASURER OF STATE S DEPUTY S SALARY'. 



By appropriation . 
To amount drawn, 

Total 



$1,500 00 




TREASURER OF STATES WATCHMAN S SALARY. 



By appi'opriation 


$720 00 


$720 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$720 00 


$720 00 





41 



TREASURER OF STATE's OFFICE EXPENSE. 



Tiv aDT)roni'ia,tion 


$286 75 
13 25 


$300 00 


To amount expended 




To amount undrawn 








Total 


$300 00 


$300 00 







ATTORNEY GENERAL S SALARY. 



B y appropriation 


$2,500 00 


$2,500 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$2,500 00 


$2;500 00 







ATTORNEY GBNERAL'S DEPUTY AND CLERK's SALARIES. 



By appro uriation 


$2,400 00 


$2,400 00 


To amount drawn 






Total 


$2,400 00 


$2,400 00 





ATTORNEY GENERAL S OFFICE EXPENSE. 



By appropriation 


$494 89 
5 11 


$500 00 


To amount expended 




To amount undrawn 








Total 


$500 00 


$500 00 







SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SALARY. 



By appropriation 


$2,500 00 


$2,500 00 


To amount drawn 






Total... 


$2,500 00 


$2,500 00 





42 



SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, CLERKS SALARIES. 



By appropriation 


$2,700 00 


$2,700 00 


To amount drawn 








Total amount 


$2,700 00 


$2,700 00 





SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, TRAVELING EXPENSES. 



By appropriati on 


$600 00 


$600 00 


To amount expended 






Total 


$600 00 


$600 00 







SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, OFFICE EXPENSES. 



By appropriation 


$400 00 


$400 00 


To amount expended 








Total 


$400 00 


$400 00 







STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 



By appropriation 


$3,929 44 
70 56 


$4,000 00 


To amount expended 


To amount undrawn 








Total 


$4,000 00 


$4,000 00 







STATE LIBARIAN S SALARY. 



By appropriation 


$1,500 00 


$1,500 00 


To amount drawn 






Total- 


$1,500 00 


$1,500 00 







43 



STATE librarian's ASSISTANTS' SALARIES. 



By appropriation. 
To amount drawn 

Total 



,000 00 




STATE LIBRARIAN, BOOKS AND BINDING. 



By balance of former appropria 

tion 

By appropriation 

To amount expended 

To amount undrawn 

Total 



^,664 84 
1,031 57 



,696 41 



$696 41 
2,000 00 



$2,696 41 



STATE LIBRARIAN S OFFICE EXPENSES AND DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLIC 

DOCUMENTS. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended 

To balance undrawn 


$499 28 
72 


$500 00 






Balance 


$500 00 


$500 00 







STATE MINE INSPECTOR'S SALARY. 



By former appropriation 


2,375 00 

$125 00 


$1,000 00 
1,500 00 


By appropriation 


To amount drawn 




To amount undrawn 








Total 


$2,500 00 


$2,500 00 





44 



STATE MINE INSPECTOR S EXPENSES. 



By former appropriation 


$475 00 
25 00 


$200 00 


By appropriation 


300 00 


To amount expended 




To balance undrawn 








Total 


$500 00 SS500 00 









COMMISSIONER OF FISHERIES, SALARY AND EXPENSES. 



By appropriation 


$1,000 00 


$1,000 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$1,000 00 


$1,000 00 





BUREAU OF STATISTICS. 



By appropriation 

To amount drawn.... 
To amount undrawn. 



Total. 



$1,505 29 
9,494 71 



$11,000 00 



$11,000 00 



$11,000 00 



BOARD OF STATE CHARITIES. 



By appropriation 




.«4 000 00 


To amount drawn 


$8,989 64 


To amount undrawn 


10 36 








Total 


$4,000 00 


$4,000 00 



DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES. 



By appropriation .... 
To amount drawn.... 
To amount undrawn 

Total 



$165 00 
7,035 00 

$7,200 00 



$7,200 00 



r,200 00 



45 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



Tiv i^Tir>7*oiiri a,ti on 


$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 


To amoiint drawn 








Total 


$5,000 00 


$5,000 00 







STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 



By appropriation.. 
To amount drawn. 



Total. 



$10,000 00 



$10,000 00 



$10,000 00 



$10,000 00 



STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. 



By appropriation . 
To amount drawn 



Total. 



$1,000 00 




$1,000 00 



STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 



By appropriation 


$1,000 00 


$1,000 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$1,000 00 


$1,000 00 







STATE LIBRARIAN JANITOR S SALARY. 



By appropriation 


$600 00 


$600 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$600 00 


$600 GO 







46 



CUSTODIAN STATE BUILDING. 



By appropriation . 
To amount drawn. 



Total 



$11,500 00 



$11,500 00 



$11,500 00 I $11,500 00 



ENGINEER STATE BUILDING. 



By appropriation .... 
To amount drawn.... 
To balance undrawn 

Total 



$5,940 00 i 
560 00 i 



),500 00 



),500 00 



1,500 00 



STATE BUILDING, NATURAL GAS. 



By appropriation 

To amount drawn 

To amount undrawn 



Total 



$2,975 00 
4,525 00 



$7,500 00 



$7,500 00 



$7,500 00 



WATER, STATE BUILDING. 



By appropriation 


$2,500 00 


$2,500 00 


To amount expended 




Total 


$2,500 00 


$2,500 00 



ILLUMINATING STATE BUILDING. 



By appropriation 


$2,159 55 
340 45 


$2,500 00 


To amount expended 

To amount undrawn 








Total 


$2,500 00 


$2,500 00 



47 



CUSTODIAN STATE BUILDING REPAIR FUND. 



By balance of appropriation 

By appropriation 


! $13 00 
' 3,000 00 


To amount expended 


$3,000 20 i 


To amount undrawn 


12 80 






Total 


$3,013 00 $3,013 00 

i 





ENGINEER STATE BUILDING REPAIR FUND. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended. 
To amount undrawn . 

Total 



$1,875 96 
624 04 



52,500 00 



$2,500 00 



J,500 00 



INDIANA MILITIA. 



By balance of appropriation 

By appropriation 


$29,824 08 
9,686 66 


$2,510 74 
37,000 00 


To amount expended 


To amount undrawn 








Total 


$39,510 74 


$39,510 74 





SUPREME COURT JUDGES SALARIES. 



By appropriation , 

To amount expended. 

Total. 



$20,000 00 



$20,000 00 



$20,000 00 



20,000 00 



SUPREME COURT SHERIFF S SALARY, 



By appropriation 

To amount drawn 


$500 00 


$500 00 






Total ; 


$500 00 


$500 00 







48 



SUPREME COURT, OFFICE EXPENSES. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended. 
To amount undrawn.. 



Total 



$1,957 55 
42 45 



$2,000 00 



$2,000 00 



$2,000 00 



SUPREME COURT, MESSENGER S SALARY. 



Bv appropriation 


; $600 00 


To amount drawn, 


$600 00 


Total 


$600 00 $600 00 





LAW LIBRARIAN, SALARY. 



By appropriation , 

To amount drawn 


$1,200 00 


$1,200 00 






Total 


$1,200 00 


$1,200 00 



SUPREME COURT REPORTS. 



By statute appropriation 


$7,280 00 


$7,280 00 


To amount expended 






Total .*. 


$7,280 00 


$7,280 00 







REPORTER SUPREME COURT, OFFICE EXPENSES. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended 


$350 00 
150 00 


$500 00 


To amount undrawn , 








Total 


$500 00 


$500 00 





49 



SUPREME COURT, CONTINGENT EXPENSE. 



Tiv ar>T>roDriation 


$143 53 


$143 53 


To amount expondGd 








Total 


$143 53 


$143 53 







LAW LIBRARIAN S CATALOGUE. 



By appropriation 


$800 00 


$800 00 


To amount drawn 




Total - 


$800 00 


$800 00 







LAW LIBRARY, SUPREME COURT. 



By appropriation 


$806 50 


$806 50 


To anriouiit drawn 




Total 






$806 50 


$806 50 







CIRCUIT JUDGES SALARIES. 



By appropriation 


$131,267 71 
18,732 29 


$150,000 00 


To amount drawn 


To balance undrawn 








Total 


$150,000 00 


$150,000 00 







SUPERIOR JUDGES SALARIES. 



By appropriation. 


$7,000 00 


$7,000 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$7,000 00 


$7,000 00 



4 — AtTD. Part I. 



50 



PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS SALARIES. 



By appropriation 


126,056 72 
3,943 28 


130,000 00 


To amount drawn 

To balance undrawn 






Total 


$30,000 00 


$30,000 00 







SHERIFFS' MILEAGE. 



By approjoriation 

To amount expended 
To amount undrawn.. 



Total 



$19,320 70 
5,679 30 



$25,000 00 



$25,000 00 



$25,000 00 



CENTRAL HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, MAINTENANCE. 



By appropriation 


$251,287- 43 
9,116 27 


$260,000 00 
403 70 


By transfer of patients 


To amount expended ..., 




To balance undrawn 








Total : 


$260,403 70 


$260,403 70 



CENTRAL HOSPITAL INSANE, CLOTHING. 



By appropriation 


$12,000 00 


$12 000 00 


To amount expended 




Total 


$12,000 00 


$12,000 00 



CENTRAL HOSPITAL INSANE, REPAIRS. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended. 

Total 



$15,000 00 



$15,000 00 



$15,000 00 



$15,000 00 



51 



ADDITIONAL HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE. 



By balance of former appropria- 
tion 

To amount expended.^ 

To balance undrawn 



Total 



$128,903 67 
5,886 77 



$134,790' 44 



$134,790 44 



$134,790 44 



AJ>DITI0NAL HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE, INTEREST APPROPRIATION. 



By balance of former appropria- 
tion 


$449 03 
725 21 


$1,174 24 


To amount expended 


To balance undrawn 




Total 


$1,174 24 


$1,174 24 





NORTHERN HOSPITAL INSANE, MAINTENANCE. 



By appropriation 

By transfer of inmates 
By cash 

To amount expended 
To balance undrawn 

Total 



,000 00 

341 05 

4 12 




,345 17 



EASTERN HOSPITAL INSANE. MAINTENANCE. 



By appropriation * 


$84,821 15 
178 85 


$85,000 00 


To amount expended 


To balance undrawn 








Total 


$85,000 00 


$85,000 00 





52 



SOUTHERN HOSPITAL INSANE, MAINTENANCE 



By appropriation 

To amount expended 

To balance undrawn 


134,529 70 
50,470 30 


185,000 00 






Total 


$85,000 00 $85,000 00 









STATE AGENT S SALARY. 



By statute appropriation 


- 

1500 00 


$500 00 


To amount drawn 








Total 


$500 00 

■ 


$500 00 







DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM, MAINTENANCE, 



By appropriation 


$54,998 66 
1 34 


$55,000 00 


To amount expended 


To balance undrawn 








Total 


$55,000 00 


155,000 00 







DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM, REPAIRS. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended 


$3,000 00 


$3,000 00 


Total 


$3,000 00 


$3,000 00 



DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM SCHOOL BUILDING. 



Hv balance annroDriation 


$43,034 43 


$43,034 43 


To amount expended 








Total 


$43,034 43 


$43,034 43 





53 



BLIND ASYLUM, MAINTENANCE. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended. 
To balance undrawn . 

Total 



527,230 23 
769 77 



$28,000 00 



$28,000 00 



$28,000 00 



BLIND ASYLUM, REPAIRS. 



By appropriation 


$2,000 00 


To amount expended 


$1,994 96 i 


To balance undrawn 


5 04 






Total 


$2,000 00 1 $2,000 00 





BLIND ASYLUM, NEW BUILDING, REPAIRS, ETC. 



By balance appropriation 




«33h13 66 


To amount expended 


$29,123 04 i 


To balance undrawn 


4,390 62 








Total 


$33,513 66 


$33,513 66 



REFORM SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN S PRISON. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended. 

Total .-.'... 



$40,000 00 



40,000 00 



$40,000 00 i $40,000 00 



REFORM SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN S PRISON. 



By balance of former appropr'tn 
To amount expended 


$5,737 00 


$5,737 00 






Total 


$5,737 00 


$5,737 00 





54 



REFORM SCHOOL FOR BOYS MAINTENANCE. 



By appropriation 


$66,000 00 


$66,000 00 


To amouTit expended 








To amount expended 


$66,000 00 


$66,000 00 







REFORM SCHOOL FOR BOYS BUILDING, ETC. 



By balance of appropriation 

To amount expended 


$16,000 00 


$16,000 00 






Total 


$16,000 00 


$16,000 00 



SOLDIERS AND SAILORS ORPHANS HOME, MAINTENANCE. 



Bv appropriation 


$72,000 00 


$72,000 00 


To amount expended 






Total 


$72,000 00 


$72,000 00 





SOLDIERS AND SAILORS ORPHANS HOME, OFFICERS SALARIES. 



By appropriation 


$8,600 00 


$8,600 00 


To amount expended 






Total 


$3,600 00 


$3,600 00 





SOLDIERS AND SAILORS ORPHANS HOME, REPAIRS. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended, 

Total 



$500 00 
$500 00 



$500 00 



$500 00 



55 



SOLDIERS AND SAILORS MONUMENT. 



By balance of appropriation 

To amount expended 


$35,172 34 
106,322 81 


$141,495 15 


To amount undrawn 








Total 


$141,495 15 


$141,495 15 





SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE MINDED YOUTH, MAINTENANCE. 



By appropriation 


$71,250 63 
749 37 


$72,000 00 


To amount expended 


To amount undrawn 








Total 


$72,000 00 


$72,000 00 





SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE MINDED YOUTH, OFFICERS SALARIES. 



By appropriation 


$4,281 25 
343 75 


$4,500 00 
125 00 


By balance of former appropria- 
tion 


To amount expended 




To amount undrawn 








Total 


$4,625 00 


$4,625 00 





SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE MINDED YOUTH, NEW BUILDING AND FURNISHING. 



By balance of former appropria- 
tion ..., 


$64,003 70 
11,518 67 


$75,522 37 


To amount expended 

To amount undrawn 


Total 


$75,522 37 


$75,522 87 





56 



SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE MINDED YOUTH, INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 



By iipi^roprititioii 


$2,000 00 


$2,000 00 


To amount expended 








Total 


$2,000 00 


$2,000 00 







SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE MINDED YOUTH, DEFICIENCY APPROPRIATION. 



By appropriation 




$3,000 00 


To amount expended 


$3,000 00 






Total 


$3,000 00 


$3,000 00 







TIPPECANOE BATTLE GROUND. 



By appropriation 


$161 60 
138 40 


$300 00 


To amount expended 




To amount undrawn 




Total 


$300 00 


$300 00 







REMOVAL LIMESTONE LEDGE, KANKAKEE RIVER. 



By balance of former appropria- 
tion ■ 

To amount expended 

To amount undrawn 


$1,065 
36,729 


15 

67 


$37,794 82 






Total 


$37,794 


82 


$87,794 82 



STATE PRISON NORTH, MAINTENANCE. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended. 

Total 



$100,000 00 



$100,000 00 



$100,000 00 



$100,000 00 



57 



STATE PRISON NORTH, SEWER. 



By appropriation 

To amount expendlcl 

To amount undrawn 


$9,519 01 
480 99 


$10,000 00 


Total 


$10,000 00 


$10,000 00 





STATE PRISON SOUTH, MAINTENANCE. 



By approTjriation 




!$85 .000 00 


To amount expended 


§69,076 68 


To amount undrawn 


15,92.3 82 i 






Total 


$85,000 00 


$85,000 00 





STATE PRISON SOUTH, NEW BUILDINU, ETC. 



By balance of appropriation 

To amount expended 


$7,000 OO 


- $7,000 00 






Total *... 


$7,000 00 


$7,000 00 



PUBLIC PRINTING AND STATIONERY 



By appropriation 


$24,278 04 
5,721 96 


$30,000 00 


To amount expended 




To amount undrawn 








Total '. 


$30,000 00 


$30 000 00 







INDIANA UNIVERSITY. 



By appropriation 


$80,000 00 


$80 000 00 


To amount expended 








Total 


$80,000 00 


$80,000 00 



58 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY. 



By appropriation 


$30,000 00 


$30,000 00 


To amount expended 








Total 


$80,000 00 


$30,000 00 





STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 



By appropriation 


$10,000 00 


$10,000 00 


To amount expended 




Total 


$10,000 00 


$10,000 00 



INTEREST ON STATE BONDS. 



By appropriation 

To amount expended. 

Total 



^74,074 68 



$274,074 68 



$274,074 68 



$274,074 68 



59 



PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT. 



Below ifi f/iven a Statement Showing the Amount of State Debt af 
the close of the Fiscal Year, October 31, 1890. 



FOREIGN DEBT. 



Five per ceut. State stock certifi- 
cates, due and interest stopped 

Two and one-half per cent. State 
stock certificates, due and in- 
terest stopped 

Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered funding bonds, tempo- 
rary loan, dated April 1, 1885, 
payable April 1, 1895, issued 
under the provisions of an act 
approved February 21, 1885, 
and held as follows : 

(jrerman Savings Bank, in the city 
of New York 

Dry Dock Savings Institution, of 
the city of New York 

Citizens' Savings Bank of New 
York City. .r. 

Total 

Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered bonds, temporary loan, 
issued under provisions of an 
act approved February 21, 1885, 
dated March 1, 1885, and pay- 
able at the pleasure of the State 
after March 1, 1890, due March 
1, 1895, held as follows : 

Dime Savings Bank of Brooklyn, 
New York 

German Savings Bank, in the 
city of New York , 

Total 

Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered New State House bonds, 
temporary loan, dated May 1, 
1885, payable May l,1895,is8ued 



$400,000 00 

100,000 00 

85,000 00 



$500,000 00 
100,000 00 



$14,469 99 
2,145 la 



585,000 00 



600,000 00 



60 



FOREIGN DEBT— Continued. 



under the provisions of act ap- 
proved March 31, 1885, hold as 
follows : 

Bowery Savings Bank, of the city 
of ^ew York 

Citizens' Savings Bank, of the city 
of IN^ew York 



. Total 

Three per cent, i-egistered bojids, 
temporarj^ interest loan, issued 
under the provisions of the act 
of May 27, 1852, dated April 1, 
1887, and payable at the pleas- 
ure of the State after April 1, 
1889, due April 1,1892, held as 
follows : 

Bowery Savings Bank, of the city 
of ISTew York 

Institution for the Savings of Mer- 
chants' Clerks, of ISTew York... 

German Savings Bank, in the city 
of i^ew York , 



Total 

Three per cent, registered bonds, 
temporary interest loan, issued 
under the ytro visions of the act 
of May 27, 1852, dated April 2, 

1888, and payable at the pleas- 
ure of the State after April 1, 

1889, due April 1, 1893, held 
by the Dime Savings Bank, of 
Brooklyn, Xew York 



Total 

Three per cent, registered bonds, 
temporary interest loan, issued 
under the provisions of the act 
of May 27, 1852, dated April 1, 
1889, and payable at the pleas- 
ure of the State after April 1, 
1891, due April 1, 1894, held by 
the German Savings Bank, of 
the city of New York 



Total 



$400,000 00 
100,000 00 



$300,000 00 

35,000 00 

5,000 00 



$340,000 00 



S370,000 00 



$500,000 00 



340,000 00 



340,000 00 



370,000 00 



61 



FOREIGN DEBT— Continued. 



Three per cent, registered bonds, 
temporary loan, dated April 1, 
1889, and payable at the pleas- 
ure of the State after April 1, 
1894, due April 1, 1H99, held 
by the German Savings Bank, 
of the city of 'New York 



Three per cent registered bonds, temporary 
loan, dated September 20, 1889, and pay- 
able at the pleasure of the State after Sep- 
tember 20, 189-1, due September 20, 1899, 
held as' follows: 

Riverhead Savings Bank, of 
Riverhead, IST. Y 

South Brooklyn Savings Institu- 
tion, of Brooklyn, N. Y 

Auburn Savings Bank, of Au- 
burn, K Y 

Western Savings Bank, of Buffa- 
lo, JS.Y .^ 

Dry Dock Savings Institution, of 
]N^ew York 



Total 

Three per cent, refunding school fund bonds, 

dated .June 18, 1889, and payable at the 

pleasure of the Staie after June 18, 1899, 

due June 18, 1909, held as follows : 
Williamsburgh Savings Bank, of 

Brooklyn, N.Y 

Emigrant Industrial Savings 

Bank, of Few York, K. Y 

East River Savings Institution, of 

ISTevv York 

Greenwich Savings Bank, of ISTew 

York 

Lodenburg, Thalman & Co., of 

New York 

J. and W. Seligraan & Co., of New 

York , 

Poughkeepsie Savings Bank, of 

New York 

Fidelity and Casuality Co., of 

New York 

Chas. and Max Fleischman, of 

New York 

German Savings Bank of Brook- 

Ivn, L. I 



$700,000 00 



$50,000 00 
100,000 00 
50,000 00 
300,000 00 
200,000 00 



$700,000 00 



1,500,000 00 

500,000 00 

300,000 00 

300,000 00 

100,000 00 

210,000 00 

200,000 00 

50,000 00 

15,000 00 

50,000 00 



700,000 00 



62 



FOREIGN DEBT— Continued. 



Lazard Freres, of New York 

P. J. Goodhart & Co., of New 
York 


$200,000 00 

45,000 00 

200,000 00 

80,000 00 

100,000 00 

. 50,000 00 

50,000 00 

5,000 00 




South Brooklyn Savings Institu- 
tion, of Brooklyn, N. Y 




Dry Dock Savings Institution, of 
New York > 




Monroe County Savings Bank, of 
Rochester, N. Y 


- 


East Brooklyn Savings Bank, of 
of New York 




Troy Savings Bank, of Troy, 




United States Savings Bank, of 
New York T. 








Total 




$3,905,000 00 




Total foreign debt 


$8,056,615 12 





DOMESTIC DEBT. 



Five per cent, bond held by Pur- 
due University at Lafayette, 
Ind., due April 1,1901 


$60,000 00 
60,000 00 
24,000 00 


$340,000 00 


State University (Bloomington) 
bond in custody of Treasurer 
of State, dated October 1, 1885, 
bearing 5 per cent, interest 

State University (Bloomington) 
bond in custody of Treasurer 
of State, dated February 15, 
1887, bearing 5 per cent, in- 
terest 




State University (Bloomington) 
bond in custody of Treasurer 
of State, dated September 1, 
1887, bearing 5 per cent, in- 
terest 




Total 




144,000 0(^ 




Total domestic debt 


$484,000 00 




Total State debt 


$8,540,615 12 





63 



INTEREST ON PUBLIC DEBT. 



The following is an exhibit of amount of interest due an- 
nually on each of the issues of the bonds of the State, and the 
dates when the same are payable : 



INTEREST ON FOREIGN DEBT. 



Funding bonds, temporary loan, 
principal, $585,000 ; interest, 
three and one-half per cent., pay- 
able April 1 and October 1 , 

Temporary loan bonds, principal, 
$600,000 ; interest^ three and one- 
half per cent., payable September 
1 and March 1 

New State House bonds, tempo- 
rary loan, principal, $500,000 ; in- 
terest, three and one-half per 
cent., payable May 1 and Novem- 
ber 1 

Temporary interest loan of 1887, 
principal, $340,000 ; interest, 
three per cent., payable April 
1 and October 1 

Temporary interest loan of 1888, 
principal, $340,000 ; interest, 
three per cent., payable April 1 
and October 1 

Temporary interest loan of 1889, 
principal, $370,000 ; interest, 
three per cent., payable April 1 
and October 1 

Temporary loan of 1889, principal, 
$700,000; interest, three per 
cent., payable April 1 and Octo- 
ber 1 

Temporary loan of 1889, principal, 
$700,000; interest, three percent., 
payable March 20 and September 
20 

School Fund refunding bonds of 
1889, principal, $3,905,000 ; inter- 
est, three per cent., payable June 
18 and December 18 



Total interest on foreign debt. 



$20,475 


00 


21,000 


00 


17,500 


00- 


10,200 


00 


10,200 


00 


11,100 


00 


21,000 


00 


21,000 


00 


117,150 


00 







$249,625 00 



64 



INTEREST ON DOMESTIC DEBT. 



Purdue University Bonds, $340,- 
000, at 5 per cent, interest, pay- 
able quarterly, on the first days 
of January, April, July and Oc- 
tober 

Indiana University Bonds (Bloom- 
ington), $144,000, at 5 per cent, 
interest, payable semi-annually, 
on May 1 and November 1 


$17,000 00 
7,200 00 




Total interest on domestic debt 




$24,200 00 


Total amount of interest... 


$273,825 00 



65 



The following table shows the total valuation of real and 
personal property in the State, from 1850 to the present time, 
together with the increase and decrease in the appraisement : 



TEARS. 



S'-a ft 



For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
P'or the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
Fort 1 . 
FortL:,: 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
Kor the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
For the 
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For the 
For the 



year 1850 
year 1851 
year 1852 
year 1853 
year 1854 
year 1855 
year 1856 
year 1857 
year 1858 
year 1859 
year 1860 
year 1861 
year 1862 
year 1863 
year 1864 
veil r 1865 
vear 1866 
year 1867 
year 1868 
year 1869 
y CM r 1870 
year 1871 
year 1872 
year 1873 
year 1874 
year 1875 
year 1876 
year 1877 
year 1878 
year 1879 
year 1880 
year 1881 
year 1882 
year 1883 
year 1884 
year 1885 
year 1886 
year 1887 
year 1888 
year 1889 



8138,362,085 
210,973.643 
218,56^,809 
266,097.614 
290,418.118 
301,858,474 
279.032,209 
317,932,958 
318,V04,964 
435,367,862 
455,01 1,.^78 
441.562,339 
421,406,936 
143,155,036 
516,80i,999 
567,381,553 
578,481,109 
577.869,079 
587,970,549 
655,521.479 
662,283,178 
653,914,159 
653,367,451 
933,581.067 
954,817,475 
897,739,783 
864,720,410 
855,190,125 
850,616,987 
884.368,828 
728,944,231 
805,202,792 
770,911,082 
797,942,665 
804,291,273 
793,526,079 
739,451,777 
799,251,773 
821,512,984 
843,483,466 



84,483,029 
72 711,558 
7,590.166 
47,533,805 
24,320,534 
11,430,320 



38,900,749 

272.006 

117,162,898 

19,663,516 



.22,018,100 
73,359,963 
50,575,.554 
11,102,556 



10.101.470 

67,550,930 

6.761,699 



280,213,616 
21,276,408 



33,751,841 

■76,258,561 



27,031,583 
6,348,608 



59,799,996 
22.261,211 
21,970,482 



$22,826,265 



13,499,0.^9 
20,155,408 



80.25 
.25 
.20 
.20 
.20 
.20 
.20 



615,030 



8,839,019 
576,708 



57,117,692 

33,019,343 

9,530,315 

4,573,138 



155,424,597 
'34,291,7*10' 



10,765,194 
54,074,302 



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.75 
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.50 
.50 
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"There was no ta,x levy for these years; taxes were collected as in 1856, viz.; 20 cents on 
each 8100 valuation; 50 cents on each taxable poll. 



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24 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAXES. 



DECEMBER SETTLEMENT. 



Tabular Statement of Poll Taxes, as Shown by the December 
Settlement Sheet, 1889. 



COUNTIES. 


State 
Revenue, 

1888. 


State 

School 

Revenue, 

1888. 


County 
Revenue, 

1888. 


All Other 

Purposes, 

1888. 


Speeial 

School 

Revenue. 


Total 
Collection, 

1888. 


Adams 

Allen 


S478 50 

1,187 25 

774 25 

381 00 

320 00 

777 00 
266 50 
549 75 
1,118 50 
398 00 

538 25 
1,135 50 
318 25 
559 63 
361 25 

428 99 
670 50 
1,179 75 
891 50 
889 00 

321 25 
247 00 
563 00 
480 25 
502 75 

810 60 
731 00 
718 25 
780 25 
611 00 

519 23 
610 50 
702 00 
803 33 

598 25 

458 25 
408 30 
647 50 
397 25 
357 50 

244 50 
236 35 
274 50 

457 75 
102 50 


S478 50 

1.187 25 

774 25 

381 00 

320 00 

777 00 
266 50 
549 75 
1,118 50 
398 00 

538 25 
1,135 50 
318 25 
559 63 
361 25 

428 99 
670 50 
1,179 75 
391 50 
889 00 

321 25 

247 00 
563 00 
480 25 
502 75 

810 60 
731 00 
718 25 
780 25 
611 00 

519 23 
610 50 
702 00 
80S 33 
598 25 

458 25 
408 30 
647 50 
397 25 
357 50 

244 50 

236 35 

, 274 50 

457 75 


' S2,374 50 
774 25 
762 00 
320 00 

777 00 
266 50 
549 75 
2,237 00 
398 00 

1,076 50 

1,135 50 

954 75 

559 63 

361 25 

428 99 

825 78 
783 00 

642 50 
1 37 

. 1,621 20 
1,462 00 
1,436 50 
2,340 75 
1,222 00 

779 22 
1,221 00 
702 00 
803 33 
598 25 

916 50 

647 '50 
794 50 
357 50 

244 50 

" ' 274 50 


S72 25 
678 15 
878 71 
386 45 
760 00 

834 25 
266 50 
386 50 

480 00 

86 20 

1,452 25 

487 75 

584 99 

170 50 

428 99 
900 62 

1,132 15 
323 62 

1,066 80 




11,029 25 
5,427 15 
3,201 46 
1,910 45 
1,720 00 

3,165 25 
1,066 00 
2,035 75 
4,474 00 


Bartholomew 

Benton - 

Blackford 

Boone 

Brown 

Carroll 


Clark 

Clay 


1,674 00 

2,239 20 
4,858 75 
2,079 00 
2,263 88 
1,254 25 

1,715 96 
2,241 62 
4,317 43 
1,894 62 
2,844 80 

1,285 00 
495 37 
2,196 00 
1,016 05 
1,093 50 

4,929 57 
3,936 00 
3,670 99 
5,476 93 
3,041 25 

2,184 09 
3,428 86 
2,910 00 
3,205 97 
2,613 38 

2,237 29 
900 60 
3,237 50 
1,802 26 
1,430 00 

1,312 88 
709 05 

1,383 50 
915 50 


Clinton 

Crawford- 

Daviess 

Dearborn 

Decatur 

Dekalb . 

Delaware • 

Dubois 

Elkhart 

Fa>ette 


Floyd 

Fountain 

Franklin 

Fulton 

(iibson 

Grant 


'1,070 00 
55 55 
88 00 

1,687 17 

1,012 00 

797 99 

411 65 

597 25 

366 41 
986 86 
804 00 
795 98 
818 63 

404 29 

84 00 

1,295 00 

213 26 

357 50 

579 38 
236 35 
560 00 


■ $1,164 03 


Hamilton 

Hancock 

Harrison 

Hendricks 


Howard 

Huntington 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jay 

Jefferson 

Jennings 

Johnson 

Kno.x 

Kosciusko 

Lagrange 


Lake 


102 50 


102 50 


129 25 




436 75 



25 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAXES— Continued. 



COUNIIES. 



State 
Revenue, 



State 

School 

Revenue, 



County 
Revenue, 



Another 
Purposes, 

1888. 



Special 

School 

Revenue. 



Total 
Collection, 



Laporte . . 
Lawrence . 
Madison - 
Marion . . 
Marshall . 



Martin . . . 
Miami. . . . 
Monroe . . . 
Montgomery 
Morgan . 



Newton. 
Noble. . 
Ohio . . 
Orange . 
Owen . . 



Parke . 
Perry . 
Pike . 
Porter 
Posey . 



Pulaski. . 
Putnam. . 
Randolph. 
Ripley . . 
Rush . . . 



Scott . . . 
Shelby . . 
Spencer. . 
Starke 
St. Joseph 



Steuben. . . 
Sullivan . . 
Switzerland 
Tippecanoe. 
Tipton . . . 



Union 

Vanderburgh . 
Vermillion . . 
Vigo 



Wabash. . . 
Warren . 

Warrick . . 
Washington 

Wayne . . . 

Wells . . . . 

White. . . . 

Whitley. . . 



Grand total. 



$573 25 
433 50 
442 75 

2,126 50 
699 25 

350 50 
651 25 
437 75 
650 75 
506 00 

250 25 
566 75 
122 50 
390 00 
342 25 

545 75 
356 00 
442 75 
359 75 
505 00 

292 00 
604 30 
824 00 
301 00 
482 75 

222 50 
691 25 
485 47 
128 25 
797 25 

423 25 
643 00 
326 00 
437 00 
375 75 

219 75 
648 75 
406 25 
761 75 

797 75 
209 30 
430 00 
456 04 

724 50 

598 25 

400 50 

91 00 



S573 25 
433 50 
442 75 

2,126 50 
699 25 

350 50 
651 25 
437 75 
650 75 
506 00 

250 25 
566 75 
122 50 
390 00 
342 25 

545 75 
356 00 
442 75 
359 75 
505 00 

292 00 
617 80 
824 00 
301 00 
48:; 75 

222 50 
691 25 
485 47 
128 25 
797 25 

423 25 
643 00 
326 00 

437 00 
375 75 

219 75 
648 75 
406 25 
761 75 

797 75 
209 30 
430 00 
456 04 

724 50 

598 25 

400 50 

91 00 



8573 25 
867 00 
442 75 

699 25 

701 00 
651 25 
875 50 
650 75 
1,012 00 



122 50 
780 00 
684 50 

1,091 50 
890 00 

1,328 25 
359 75 

1,010 00 

292 00 
584 80 
824 00 
602 00 
971 50 

222 50 

691 25 

1,456 41 

797 25 



1,286 00 
326 00 
874 00 
751 50 

439 50 

648 75 

406 25 

1,523 50 

797 75 
418 60 
430 00 
456 04 

1,449 00 

801 00 



$48,836 54 



$48,850 04 



$60,540 87 



$49,120 88 



$1,039 75 



82,203 78 



$2,161 50 
2,013 00 
1,771 00 
8,606 00 
2,887 87 

1,752 50 
2,742 50 
1,823 00 
2,674 00 
2,198 00 

581 40 
1,346 00 

398 50 
1,864 80 
1,425 87 

3,177 00 
2,223 50 
2,329 60 
1,439 00 
2,420 CO 

1,196 75 

2,944 40 

3.367 00 

1.155 45 

2,448 75 

717 50 
2,079 50 
2,8^0 38 

294 97 
3,198 75 

1.340 00 
3,:268 12 
1,053 50 
1,840 40 
2,104 00 

1,271 25 
3,070 CO 
1.735 30 
4 079 09 

3,321 12 

950 93 

1,762 00 

1,859 05 

3,794 70 

1,325 65 

2,009 00 

328 40 



8209,552 11 



26 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAXES. 



MAY SETTLEMENT. 



Tabular Statement of the Collection of Poll Taxes as Shown by the 
May Settlement Sheet, 1890. 



COUNTIES. 



State 
Rerenue, 



State 

School 

Revenue, 

1889. 



County 
Revenue, 

1889. 



All Other 

Purposes, 

1889. 



Total 

Collection, 

1889. 



Adams . . . 
Allen .... 
Bartholomew 
Benton . . . 
Blackford . . 

Boone .... 
Brown. . . . 

Carroll . . . 

Cass 

Clark .... 

Clay 

Clinton . . . 
Crawford . . 
Daviess . . . 
Dearborn . . 

Decatur . . . 
Dekalb . . . 
Delaware . . 
Dubois. . . . 
Elkhart. . . 

Fayette . . . 

Floyd . . . 

Fountain . . 

Franklin • - 

Fulton. . . . 

Gibson . . . 
Grant ... 
Greene . . . 
Hamilton . 
Hancock . . 

Harrison . . 
Hendricks. . 
Henry .... 
Howard . . . 
Huntington . 

Jackson . . . 
Jasper. . . 

Jay 

Jefferson . . 
Jennings . . 

Johnson . . . 
Knox .... 
Kosciusko . . 
Lagrange . . 
Lake . . . 



1681 75 

2,163 50 

839 75 

315 25 

322 00 

498 00 
265 75 
481 32 
1,237 00 
594 50 

808 50 
880 50 
327 25 
701 53 
662 00 

300 25 
965 75 
640 00 
910 75 
1,460 00 

351 50 
445 50 
407 00 
771 67^ 

585 25 

580 25 
643 00 
776 00 
814 00 

544 75 

574 50 
631 75 
850 00 
638 75 
636 90 

788 25 
306 50 
602 50 
464 00 
401 50 

581 25 
679 00 

1,390 00 

586 00 
952 50 



S681 75 

2,163 50 

839 75 

315 25 

322 00 

498 00 
265 75 
481 32 
1,237 00 
594 50 

808 50 
880 50 
327 25 
701 53 
662 00 

.300 25 
965 75 
640 00 
910 75 
1,460 00 

351 50 
445 50 
407 00 
771 67^ 

585 25 

580 25 
643 00 

776 00 
814 00 
544 75 

574 50 
631 75 
850 00 
638 75 
636 90 

788 25 
306 50 
602 £0 
464 00 
401 50 

581 25 
679 00 

1,390 00 

586 00 
952 50 



$4,327 00 
839 75 
630 50 
322 00 

498 00 
265 75 
481 32 
2,474 00 
594 50 

1,717 00 
880 50 
981 75 
701 53 
662 00 

300 25 

512 m 
1,821 50 



703 ,00 
814 00 



1,160 50 
1,286 00 
1,543 00 
2,442 00 
1,089 50 

863 61 
1,263 50 
850 00 
638 75 
636 90 

1,576 50 

602 50 
928 00 
401 50 

581 25 



$359 00 

1,286 75 

920 85 

314 12 

680 00 

515 00 
112 75 
417 41 



710 25 

309 50 
1,158 55 
485 00 
891 21 
319 25 

300 25 

1,038 63 

654 88 

989 62^ 

2,093 64 



1,390 00 
952 50 



64 06 

68 00 

908 50 
755 75 
759 21 
1,643 40 
500 00 

407 03 

1,032 26 

1,000 00 

630 12 

828 30 

663 25 

74 00 

1,205 00 

225 63 

401 50 

813 75 
679 00 

2,200 00 



1,048 50 



81,722 50 
9,940 75 
3,440 10 
1,575 12 
1,646 00 

2,009 00 

910 00 

1,861 37 

4,948 00 

2,493 75 

3,643 50 
3,800 05 
2,121 25 
2,995 80 
2,305 26 

1,201 00 
2,970 13 
2,446 88 
4,632 62^ 
5,013 64 

1,406 00 
897 98 
1,628 00 
1,607 41 
1,238 50 

3,229 50 
3,327 75 
3,854 21 
5,713 40 
2,679 00 

2,419 64 
3,559 26 
3,550 00 
2,546 37 
2,739 00 

3,816 25 
687 00 
3,012 50 
2,081 63 
1,606 00 

2,557 50 
2,037 00 
6,370 00 
1,172 00 
3,906 00 



27 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAXES— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 



State 
Revenue, 

1889. 



State 

School 

Revenue, 

1889. 



County 

Revenue, 

1889. 



All Other 

Purposes, 

1889. 



Total 

Collection, 

1889. 



Laporte . 
Lawrence 
Madison . 
Marshall 
Marion . 



Martin. ■ - . 
Miami . ■ . • 
Monroe . . . 
Montgomery 
Morgan . . 



Newton 
Noble . 
Ohio. . 
Orange 
Owen . 



Parke . 
Perry . 
Pike . 
Porter , 
Posey 



Pulaski . 
Putnam . 
Randolph 
Ripley . 
Rush . . 



Scott . . 
Shelby . . . 
Spencer . . 
Starke . 
St. Joseph 



Steuben . . 
Sullivan . . 
Switzerland 
Tippecanoe 
Tipton . . . 



Union . . 
Vanderburgh 
Vermillion . 
Vigo 



Wabash . . 
Warren . . . 
Warrick . . . 
Washington 



Wayne 
Wel.s , , 
White . 
Whitley 



11,227 25 
461 50 
756 50 
690 75 



1,227 25 
461 50 
756 50 
690 75 



SI ,227 25 
923 00 
756 50 
690 75 



Total 



375 00 
818 25 
486 50 
661 75 
516 00 

261 00 

1,015 25 

146 60 

454 50 

413 75 

543 00 
577 00 
471 75 

539 25 
600 00 

451 25 
482 50 
813 00 
615 00 

540 00 

201 25 
850 75 
751 76 
105 25 
1,430 00 

598 60 
715 75 
370 75 
864 00 
393 00 

246 00 

1,009 75 

315 75 

914 75 

917 00 
246 83 
557 50 
575 26 

1,103 00 
797 50 

414 00 
938 50 

59,291 97 



375 00 
818 25 

486 50 
661 75 
516 00 

261 00 

1,015 25 

146 60 

454 50 

413 75 

543 00 
577 00 
471 75 

539 25 
600 00 

451 25 

487 50 
813 00 
615 00 

540 00 

201 25 
850 75 
751 76 
105 25 
1,430 00 

598 60 
715 75 
370 75 
864 00 
393 00 

246 00 

1.009 75 

315 75 

914 75 

917 00 
246 83 
557 50 
575 26 

1,103 00 
797 50 

414 00 
938 50 

59,296 97 



750 00 
818 25 
973 00 
661 75 
1,032 00 



436 50 



909 00 

827 50 

1,086 00 
'1,442 49 
1,415 25 
539 25 
1,200 00. 

451 25 

477 50 

813 00 

1.230 00 

1,080 00 

201 25 

850 75 

2,255 28 

"l,430 00 



1,431 50 
370 75 

1,728 00 
786 00 

482 00 
1,009 75 

315 75 
1,829 50 

917 00 
493 66 

557 50 
575 26 

2,206 00 



828 00 



S820 75 
209 00 
756 50 
831 24 



$75,740 55 



375 00 
923 00 

10 66 
661 75 

60 00 

93 70 

63 '55 
307 55 
161 00 

1,081 00 

1,060 62 

90 30 

539 25 
300 00 

435 00 

989 50 

984 00 

95 30 

540 00 

43 32 

1,221 75 

598 16 

19 13 

1,451 00 

590 00 
955 75 
58 87 
381 50 
590 50 

369 00 
2,208 00 

442 25 
1,273 45 

1,068 25 

53 26 

557 50 

641 06 

1,409 51 

27 12 

319 25 

1,175 95 

856,614 15 



S4,502 50 
2,055 00 
3,026 00 
2,903 49 



1,875 00 
3,377 75 
1,956 66 
2,647 00 

2.124 00 

615 70 

2,467 00 

356 75 

2.125 55 
1,816 00 

3,253 00 
3,657 11 
2,449 05 
2,157 00 
2 700 00 

1,788 75 
2,437 00 
3.423 00 
2,555 30 
2,700 00 

647 07 
3,774 00 
4,356 96 

•229 63 
5,741 00 

1,787 20 

3.818 75 
1,171 12 
3,837 50 
2,162 50 

1,343 00 
5,237 25 
1,389 50 
4,932 45 

3.819 25 
1.040 58 
2,230 00 
2,-366 84 

5,821 51 
1,622 12 
1,975 25 
3,352 95 

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37 



ABSTRACT OF TAXES LEVIED FOR THE YEAR ]889. 



Tabular Statement Showing the Taxes Levied for the Year 1889, by 
the Several Counties in the State, and also Delinquent Taxes 
for 1888, and Previous Years, as taken from the Abstract of 
Duplicate. 



COUNTIES. 



Dog Tax. 



Miscella- 
neous Tax. 



Total Tax 
of 1889. 



Delinquent 

Tax of 1888 

and previous 

years. 



Total Taxes, 
including 
Delinquen- 
cies. 



Adams . . . 
Allen .... 
Bartholomew 
Benton . . . 
Blackford . 

Boone .... 
Brown .... 
Carroll . . . 

Cass 

Clark .... 

Clay 

Clinton 
Crawford . . 
Daviess . . . 
Dearborn - . 

Decatur . . . 

Dekalb . . 

Delaware . . 

Dubois. . . . 

Elkhart . . . 

Fayette . . . 

Floyd . . . 

Fountain . . 

Franklin . . 

Fulton. . . . 

Gibson . . . 
Grant .... 
Greene . . . 
Hamilton . . 
Hancock. . . 

Harrison. . . 
Hendricks. . 
Henry .... 
Howard . . . 
Huntington . 

Jackson . . . 
Jasper. . . . 
Jay .... 
JefFersgn . . 
Jennings . . 

J^ohnson . . . 
Knox .... 
Kosciusko. . 
Lagrange . . 
Laporte . . . 



81,882 00 

4,374 00 

2,526 00 

960 00 

905 00 

1,980 00 
1,340 00 
1,843 00 
2,649 on 
2,605 00 

2,426 00 
2,327 00 
1,008 00 
2,239 00 
2,02^ 00 

1,856 00 

1.511 00 

2.302 00 
2,286 00 
2,339 00 

1,099 00 

1,849 00 

1,704 00 

2,193 00 

1.303 00 

2,793 00 

2,522 00 

2,327 00 

2,133 00 

1,666 00 

2,119 00 
1,875 00 
2,000 00 
1,891 00 
2,533 00 

2,209 00 
1,138 00 
1,949 00 
1,771 00 
1,489 00 

1,S74 00 
2,633 00 

2.512 50 
1,153 00 
1,206 00 



$15,004 70 

51,271 05 

16,262 80 

4,276 76 

6,597 58 

23,012 06 

383 28 

27,174 91 

4,141 75 

10,756 17 

19,667 52 

46,692 67 

3,558 02 

4,174 73 

5,153 02 

4,694 57 
12.439 18 
31,660 28 

1,545 38 
17,709 60 

11,258 81 
6,784 51 
5,899 29 

14,849 00 
8,101 91 

42,832 04 
29,649 37 
13,636 25 
33.671 66 
19,959 12 

10,599 77 
15,184 30 
21,283 18 
19,646 97 
33,590 90 

46,376 51 

4,547 55 

21,834 49 

12,052 54 



21,771 36 
23,105 68 
29,083 16 
3,142 47 
21,654 94 



8110,911 00 
389,861 50 
170.055 17 
122,272 23 
59,437 51 

151,581 83 
28,174 60 
145,469 43 
207,467 12 
150,475 72 

127,419 88 
203,015 86 
45,389 33 
102,135 21 
134,686 31 

147,197 17 
152,387 03 
209,211 73 
64,320 81 
245,094 99 

94,064 65 
118,472 36 
159,311 64 
111,086 50 

89,617 39 

173,924 04 
198.424 63 
110,525 60 
189,182 27 
144,315 87 

76,645 13 
163,228 04 
191,549 41 
144,607 39 
171,972 32 

143,137 94 

79,141 83 

134,717 44 

112,106 70 

68,756 08 

167,509 57 
151,327 63 
201,125 55 
97,944 02 
162,284 57 



$7,217 95 
77,683 42 

2,848 95 
20.790 03 

7,940 57 

19,627 06 
20,209 52 
37,287 48 
89,811 00 



23,386 24 
107,789 97 
14,917 24 
23.998 72 
24.759 41 

3.705 07 
13,953 94 
28,241 12 
3,314 85 
9,801 59 

2,521 33 

69,775 81 

21,437 42 

419 24 

2,192 34 

25,842 49 
34,962 56 
47,251 83 
25,437 49 
12,661 68 

38,997 74 
15,237 37 
6,960 62 
13.820 96 
73,841 50 

21,580 50 

7,373 58 

34,560 78 

26,363 94 

9,228 75 

5,846 86 
43,917 85 
32,480 63 

2,775 21 
14,020 85 



S118,122 94 

467,544 92 

172,904 12 

143,063 26 

67,378 08 

171,208 89 
48,384 12 
182,756 91 
297,278 12 
240,314 71 

150,806 12 
310,305 83 
60,306 57 
126,133 93 
159,445 72 

150,902 24 
166.340 97 
237,452 85 
67,635 66 
254,896 58 

97 385 98 
188.248 17 
180,749 05 
111,505 74 

91,809 73 

199,766 53 
233,387 19 
157.777 49 
214,619 76 
156,977 55 

115,642 87 

178.465 41 

198.510 03 

156,892 64 

245,813 82 

164.718 44 
86,515 41 

169,278 22 
138,470 64 
77,984 83 

173,356 43 
195,245 48 
233,606 18 

100.719 23 
176,305 24 



38 



ABSTRACT OF TAXES FOR THE YEAR 1889— Con 



COUNTIE- 



Dog Tax. 



I Delinquent iTotal Taxes 

Mifcella- | Total Tax I Tax ol 18b8 | including 

neous Tux. \ of 1889. |and previousi Delinquen- 

j I years. cies 



Lake .... 
Lawrence 
Madison . 
Marion . . 
Marshall . . 

Martin 
MiKUii. . . . 
Monroe 
Montgomery 
Morgan . . . 

Newton . . . 
Noble .... 

Ohio 

Orange . . . 
Ovi.n . . . . 

Parke . . . 
Perry .... 
Pike. : . . . 
Porter .... 
Posey ..... 

Pulaski . . . 
Putnam . . . 
Randolph . . 
Ripley .... 
Rush .... 

Scott .... 
Shelby. . . . 
Spencer . . 
Starke .... 
St. Joseph. . 

Steuben 
Sullivan. 
Switzerland . 
Tippecanoe . 
Tipton. . . . 

Union .... 
Vanderburgh 
Vermillion . 
Vigo 

Wabash . . . 
Wai ren . . . 
Warrick. . . 
Washington . 

Wayne . . . 

Wells . . . . 

White . . . 

Whiiley . . . 

Total . . 



«2,445 00 
■1,679 00 
2,333 00 
8,903 00 
1,839 00 

1,319 00 
2,228 00 
1,463 00 
2,286 00 
1,866 00 

658 00 
1,674 90 

476 00 
1,443 00 
1,482 00 

1,966 50 

1.851 00 
2,030 00 
1,305 00 
1,873 00 

1,095 00 
2,231 00 
2,463 00 
1,725 00 
2,171 00 

726 00 
2,151 00 
2,193 00 

767 00 
2,180 00 

886 50 
2,298 00 
1,188 00 
3,310 50 
1,325 00 

755 00 
3,801 00 
1,316 00 
2,993 00 

2,075 00 
924 00 

2.852 00 
1,766 00 

2,677 00 

1.853 00 
1,404 00 
1,629 00 



S31,415 12 

29,717 12 

734,324 .93 

7,777 02 

8,160 44 

33,777 58 

' 36,124 95 
25,297 41 

2,199 84 
12,713 59 
3,815 32 
2,770 75 
3,155 81 

22,962 63 
90 67 
13,330 09 
19,189 17 
15,219 00 

15,252 19 
11,214 05 
34,513 78 
10,166 18 
5,627 40 

24,782 09 

8,690 61 

149 20 

5,168 18 

19,508 12 

3,658 78 
11,702 60 
166 10 
47,820 16 
21,250 17 

14,522 60 
83,245 91 
7,196 61 
57,013 24 

3,977 94 
3,463 91 
17,674 41 
17,554 93 

73,115 18 

23,755 67 
5,551 59 
30,811 89 



8171,202 00 



82,336,287 44 



$182,139 41 
92,163 46 

203,629 38 
1,351,892 66 

143,071 52 

58,147 80 
176.009 86 

8S,188 58 
216,173 29 
138,964 08 

71,286 57 
150,254 12 
26,044 63 
61,206 02 
76,537 10 

158.313 99 
67,136 88 
83,143 09 

135,107 33 
141,186 99 

66,251 65 
140,665 88 
■ 194,205 40 

74,542 36 
182,335 48 

35,220 98 
172,152 67 
109,162 26 

53,7()5 16 
222,839 64 

93,859 15 
129,483 06 

55,399 93 I 
338,9">2 60 ' 

88,122 76 i 

80,740 40 ' 
367,041 39 

88,895 83 
411,981 20 

180,996 50 

102.314 07 
106,942 91 

91,920 23 

389,576 35 

125.315 00 
117,139 49 
137,826 32 



*5,781 95 

11,967 90 

25,575 32 

110,746 18 

27,484 58 

6.019 78 
10,754 50 
10,591 91 
25,623 29 
31,131 26 

7,524 96 
14,166 38 
1,214 18 
9,426 72 
6,622 67 

11,641 24 
14,512 34 
18.657 76 
15,684 01 
35,547 25 

13,723 10 
15,092 71 
25,122 68 
18,798 03 
20,512 73 

6,553 54 
16.646 34 
26,222 30 
23,350 73 
13,379 48 

9,545 43 
11,012 39 
11,752 90 
73,283 49 
18,185 15 

2,736 71 
56,854 64 

8,893 88 
71,633 10 

12,294 99 
22,197 18 
27,016 85 
21,147 26 

4.270 02 
9,476 71 
26,666 10 
12,394 48 



814,200,528 43 82,196,069 55 



5187,921 36 
104.131 36 

229,J04 70 

1,462,638 84 

170.556 10 

64.167 58 
186.764 36 

98,780 49 
231,^96 65 
170,095 34 

78.811 53 ■ 
164,420 50 
27.268 81 
70,632 74 
83,159 77 

169,955 23 
81,649 22 
101,800 85 
150,791 34 
176,734 24 

79,974 75 
155.758 59 
219.328 08 

93,340 39 
202,848 22 

41,774 52 
188.799 01 
13:5.384 56 

77.055 89 
336 219 12 

103.404 58 
140,495 4,5 
67.152 83 
412,236 09 
106,307 91 

83,477 11 
423,896 03 

97,789 71 
483,614 30 

193.291 49 

124,511 25 

133,959 76 

113,067 49 

393.846 37 
134.791 71 
146.805 59 
150,220 80 



816,487,857 40 



STATEMENT 



Rates of Taxation by Toionshi'ps and Corporation^^ Leoiec/ on 

Bach One Hundred Dollars of Taxable Property 

for the Year 1889. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



Townships and Coepoeations. 



Rate of 

Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Union 

Koot 

Preble . . : . . 
Kirkland . . 
Washington . . 
St. Mary's . . . 
Bine Creek . 
Monroe ... 

French 

Hartford. . . 
Wabash .... 
Jefferson .... 
City of Decatur 
Town of Geneva 
Town of Bern . 



1 75 

1 45 

1 55 

1 70 

1 45 

80 

80 

00 

70 

87 

80 

00 

43 

30 

40 



II 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
85 
00 
50 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



Wayne . . .... 

Washington 

Springfield 

St. Joseph 

Perry 

Madison 

Monroe 

Marion 

Maumee 

Milan 

Lake 

Jefferson 

Eel River 

Cedar Creek , 

Adams 

Aboit . . 

Pleasant 

Scipio . . . 

Lafayette 

Jackson 

Town of South Wayne - . - 

Monroeville 

New Haven 

City in Washington Township 
City in .A.dams Township . . 
City of Fort Wayne 



$2 00 



2 00 



00 

00 

00 

60 

25 

00 

00 

2 50 

2 00 

2 00 

2 00 

2 50 

2 00 

2 25 

3 00 
2 oO 
2 50 
2 50 



40 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



Townships and Cokpobations. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Hope 

Hartsville . . . 
Haw Creek . . 
Flat Eock . . . 
Clifford .... 
German .... 
Nineveh .... 

Union 

Clifty 

Clay 

Columbus . . . 
Harrison . . . 
Eock Creek . 
Sand Creek . . 
Elizabethtown . 
Wayne . . 
Jonesville . . . 

Ohio 

Jackson .... 
City of Columbus 



BENTON COUNTY. 



Parish Grove . . 

Pine 

Oak Grove . . . 

Gilboa 

York 

Center 

Bolivar .... 

Union 

Eichland . . . 

Grant 

Hickory Grove . 
Town of Fowler 
Town of Oxford . 
Town of Boswell 
Town of Ambia 




BLACKFOED COUNTY. 



Licking . . , 
Washington . 
Harrison . . . 
Jackson . . . 
Hartford City. 
Montpelier . . 



n 70 




66 




62 




77 




95 




72 



41 



BOONE COUNTY. 



Townships and Corpokations. 



Eate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Marion . . 
Clinton . . 
Washington 
Sugar Creek 
Thorntown . 
Jefferson . . 
Center . . . 
Lebanon . . 
Union . . . 
Eagle . . . 
Zionsville . 
Perry . . . 
Harrison . . 
Jackson . . 
Jamestown . 
Worth. . . 




$2 00 
2 00 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 



BROWN COUNTY. 



Hamblin 

Jackson 1 45 1 

Washington 1 50 2 

Van Buren 1 50 1 

Johnson 1 55 1 

Town of Nashville 1 75 2 




CARROLL COUNTY. 



Jackson . . . 
Madison . . , 
Deer Creek . 
South Delphi 
Delphi. . . 
Tippecanoe. 
Jefferson . . . 
Adams. . . 
Rock Creek. 
Washington 
Carrollton . 
Burlington . , 
Monroe . . 
Democrat . 
Clay. . . . 




$1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
2 



42 



CASS COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Kate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Boone . . 
Royal Center 
Harrison . . 
Bethlehem . 
Jefferson . . 
Noble . . . 
Clay. . . . 
Adams . . . 
Miami . . . 
Clinton . . 
Washington 
Tipton. . . 
Walton . . 
Deer Creek . 
Jackson . . 
Logansport . 
Eel ... - 



$2 10 



f 2 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
2 00 
2 OO 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



CLAEK COUNTY. 



Jeffersonville 
Utica . . 

Charlestown . 
Owen ... 
Bethlehem . . 
Washington 
Monroe . . . 
Silver Creek 
Wood . . . . 
Oregon 

Cafss 

Union ... 



Port Fulton . . . 
Clarksville . . . . 
Charlestown . . . 
Jefiersonville City 



Towns. 



$1 59 




31 




49 




61 




38 




60 




49 




42 




49 




48 




59 




59 




52 




59 




64 




52 



$2 25 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 25 
2 OO 
2 00 
2 OO 
2 00 
2 00= 
2 00 
2 00 



2 75 
2 25 
2 00 
2 2& 



43 



CLAY COUNTY. 



Townships and Corpobations. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Posey 

Dick Johnson 
Van Biiren . . 
Jackson . . . 
Perry 



Lewis . . 
Harrison 
Washington 
Cass . 

Sugar Ridge 
Brazil . . . 



Staunton 
Knightsville . 
Carbon 

Bowling Green 
Center Point 
Brazil City . . 
■Ciay City . . 



Towns. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



Center 

Jackson 

Washington 

Perry 

Madison 

Eoss . . . 

Kirklin 

Michigan , 

Warren 

Owen : . . 

Sugar Creek 

Johnson 

Forest 

Union 

Frankfort City 

Rossville Corporation . . . 
Colfax Corporation . . . . 
Michigantown Corporation. 
Kirklin 



$1 69 


1 78 


1 91 


1 99 


1 76 


1 64 


1 94 


2 04 


1 79 


1 92 


2 04 


1 89 


2 24 


1 87 


1 86 


1 94 


2 49 


2 59 


2 74 



44 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Jennings 

Whiskey Run 

Liberty 

Sterling 

Patoka 

Johnson 

Union 

Ohio. 

Boone 

Towns. 

Leavenworth 

Marengo 

English 

Alton 




$3 00 
3 00 



3 25 
3 00 
3 50 

3 75 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



City of Washington. . 
Washington Township. 
Veale Township. . . . 
Reeve Township . . . 
Harrison Township . . 
Town of Montgomery . 
Town of Cannelburg . 
Earr Township . . . . 
Van Buren Township . 
Town of Odon . . . . 
Madison Township . . 
Elmore Township. . . 
Steele Township . . . 
Bogard Township . . . 



$1 


07 


1 


37 


1 


27 


1 40 1 


1 


60 


1 


62 


1 


42 


1 


52 


1 


47 


2 


87 


2 42 1 


1 


67 


1 


72 


1 


32 



$2 00 
2 25 
2 00 
2 OO 
2 00 
2 50 
2 25 
2 00 

2 50 

3 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 25 
1 75 



45 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Harrison 

Logan • • 

Miller 

Lawrenceburgh 

Hogan . 

Center 

Manchester 

York 

Kelso 

Jackson 

Sparta 

Clay 

Cedar Creek 

Washington 

Towns and Cities. 

Greendale 

Cochran 

Saint Leon 

Moore's Hill 

West Harrison 

Dillsboro 

Lawrenceburgh 

Aurora 



$2 00 



00 
75 
50 
50 
50 
75 
50 
00 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



50 
00 
75 
50 
00 
00 
75 
00 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



Greensburg City. . . . 
Washington .... 

Fugit 

Clinton 

Adams 

Clay 

Jackson 

Sand Creek ...... 

Marion 

Salt Creek 

Milford Corporation. . 
Forest Hill Corporation 
Westport Corporation . 
Millhousen Corporation 




S2 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



46 

DEKALB COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Butler . 

Jackson • . 

Concord . . 

Newville . . 

Stafford . . 
Wilmington 
Union 

Richland. . 

Fairfield' . . 

Smithfield . 
Franklin . 

Troy. - . . 

Keyser . . - 

Auburn . . 
Waterloo . 

Butler . . . 

Garrett. . . 



II 94 



94 
94 
99 
79 
64 
44 
94 
99 
04 
94 
94 
94 
39 
19 
24 
89 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



Salem .... 
Mt. Pleasant . 
Harrison . 
Washington 
Monroe . . . 
Center . . . 
City of Muncie 
Hamilton . . 
Union .... 
Perry 

Liberty . . 
Delaware. . . 
Niles .... 



$1 


85 




66 




88 




88 




87 


2 03 1 




82 




98 




95 




99 




80 


1 


98 


1 


83 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



Columbia . . 
HarbisoD . 
Boone . . 

Madison . . . 
Bainbridge . 
Marion . . . 

Hall 

Jefferson . . . 
Jackson . . 
Patoka. . . . 

Cass 

Ferdinand 
Jasper ... 
Huntingburgh 
Birds Eye . . 




47 



ELKHART COUNTY. 



Townships and Cokpokations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Goshf n City 

Elkhart Township . . . 
Clinton . . . , 

Millersburgh Corporation 
Benton Township .... 

Jackson 

Harrison ... 

Concord 

Elkhart City Con 
Elkhart City O.-^o ... 

Bango 

Olive Township 

Jeiferson Township . . . 

Middlebury 

Middlebury Corporation . 

York Township 

Washington Township. . 
Bristol Corporation - . . 

Osolo T'ownship 

Cleveland Township . . 
Union Township .... 
Locke Township .... 
Nappanee Corporation. . 




FAYETTE COUNTY. 



Connersville City 

Connersvilie Township . . . 
East Connersville Corporation 

Jennings Township 

Columbia Township 

Orange Township 

Harrison Township .... 

Posey Township 

Waterloo Township 

Fairview Township 

Jackson Township 



$0 90 


n 00 


1 37 


2 00 


1 34 


2 00 


1 19 


2 00 


1 34 


2 00 


1 39 


2 00 


1 32 


2 00 


1 32 


2 00 


1 24 


2 00 


1 29 


2 00 


1 37 


2 00 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



New Albany 

New Albany Township 
Greenville Township . 
Georgetown Township 
Lafayette Township 
Franklin Township . . 
(jreenville Town . . . 
Georgetown Town . . 
Silver Grove 



$0 92 


1 17 


1 47 


1 07 


1 87 


1 47 


1 00 


1 17 


82 



48 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Jackson . . . 

Mill Creek . . 

Fulton . . . 

Wabash . . . 

Cain . . . . 
VanBuren 
Veedersburgh. 

Troy . . . . 

Covington . . 

Eichland . . 

Shawnee . . . 

Logan . . . . 

Attica . . . . 

Daviess . . . 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Bath Township 

Springfield Township . . 
White Water Township . . 
Highland Township. . . . 
Brookville Township . . . 
Fairfield Township 
Blooming Grove Township 

Laurel Township 

Metamora Township . . . 

Butler Township 

Bay Township 

Salt Creek Township . . 
Posey Township . . . 
Town of Mt. Carmel . . . 
Town of Brookville . . . 

Town of Laurel 

Town of Oldenburg . . . 




FULTON COUNTY. 



Wayne 

Union 

Aubbeenaubbee . . 

Liberty 

Eochester . . . . 

Kichland 

Henry ...... 

Newcastle . . . . 

Town of Rochester 
Town of Kawanna 




49 
GIBSON COUNTY. 



Townships and Corpokations. 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



Columbia 

Patoka 

White River 

Washington 

Montgomery 

•JohnpoQ 

Wabash 

Barton 

Center . 

City of Princeton .... 
Owensville Corporation . 
Oakland City Corporation 



GRANT COUNTY. 



VanBuren 

Washington 

Pleasant 

Richland 

Center 

Mill 

Monroe 

Jefferson 

Fairmount 

Liberty 

Greene 

Sims 

Franklin 

City of Marion . . . 
Town of Jonesboro . 
Town of Harrisburgh 
Town of Fairmount . 




GREENE COUNTY. 



Richland 

Town of Bloomington 

Taylor 

Cass . . .... 

Jackson . . . 

Center 

Beech Creek .... 

Highland 

Fairplay 

Smith 

Wright 

Stockton 

Linton, Town of . . 

Stafford 

Washington .... 

Jefferson 

Washington, Town of 
Grant 




50 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Noblesville 

Washington 

Clay 

Delaware 

Fall Creek i 

Wayne 

White Eiver 

Jackson 

Adams 

Noblesville City .... 
Westfield Corporaton . . 
Cicero Corporation . . 
Carmei Corporation . . - 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Blue River 

Brown 

Brandywine 

Buck Creek 

Center 

Greene .' . . . 

Jackson . . . . • . . . 
Sugar Creek . . . . 

Vernon 

Greenfield Corporation . . 
Foriville Corporation . . . 
New Palestine Corporation, 



$1 


31 




48 




48 




35 




56 




60 




65 




37 




61 


2 07 


2 08 


1 


52 



HARRISON COUNTY. 



Harrison .... 
Boone .... 
Heth. . . . . 

Posey 

Franklin .... 
Morgan 

Blue River . . . 
Washington . . 

Taylor 

Webster .... 
.Jackson . . . . 
Spencer . . . . 

Scott 

Corydon .... 
Elizabeth. . . . 
Lonesville • . . 
Mauckport . . . 
New Amsterdam 
New Middleton . 
I>aconia . . . . 



fl 


60 




51 




64 




48 




44 




33 




49 




56 




53 




60 




56 




40 




66 




11 




76 




26 




61 




66 




75 



1 61 



51 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Center . . . 
Washington 

Garfield . . 
Liberty 

Franklin . . 
Clay. . . 

Marion . . 

Eel River . 

Union . . . 

Middle. . . 

Brown . . . 
Lincoln 

Danville . . 
Brownsburg 




$2 50 

2 50 

3 25 
2 75 



2 50 

2 50 
2 50 
2 75 

2 76 
2 75 
2 75 
2 75 
4 75 
2 75 



HENRY COUNTY. 



Wayne Township 

Knightstown Corporation . . 

Franklin Township 

Lewisville Corporation . . . 

Dudley Tovrnship 

New Lisbon Corporation . . 
Straughn Corporation . . . . 

Liberty Township 

Henry Township 

New Castle Corporation . . . 
Oreensboro Township . . . . 
Greensboro Corporation . . . 

Harrison Township 

Cadiz Corporation 

Fall Creek Township . . . . 
Middleton Corporation . . . 

Prairie Township 

Mt. Summit Corporation . . 
Stony Creek Township . . . 
Spiceland Township . . . . 
Spice] and Corporation . . . 

Dunreith 

Jefferson Township 

Sulphur Springs Corporation 
Blue River Township . . . . 



$1 18 


$2 00 


119 


1 50 


1 15 


2 00 


1 69 


2 25 


1 12 


2 00 


1 39 


2 OU 


1 32 


2 75 


1 i4 


2 00 


1 25 


2 00 


2 24 


2 50 


1 31 


2 00 


1 31 


2 00 


1 09 


2 00 


1 54 


2 00 


1 20 


2 00 


2 04 


3 00 


1 20 


2 00 


1 44 


2 25 


1 37 


2 00 


1 35 


2 00 


1 84 


' 2 50 


1 19 


2 00 


1 13 


2 00 


1 o4 


2 75 


1 49 


2 00 



52 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



City of Kokomo . . - 

Center Township . . . 

Erwin Township . . . 

Monroe Township . . 
Clay Township ... 

Harrison Township . . 

Taylor Township . . . 

Howard Township . . 

T-iberty Township . . 

Union Township . . . 

Jackson Township . . 
Honey Creek Township 
Green town Corporation 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Clear Creek .... 

Warren 

Dallas 

Huntington .... 

Union 

Kock Creek .... 

Lancaster 

Polk 

Wayne 

Jefferson 

Salaruonia . ... 
City of Huntington . 
Andrews Corporation 
Eoanoke Corporation 
Mt. Etna C!)rporation 
Warren Corporation. 
Markle Corporation . 



$1 69 


1 84 


1 79 


1 74 


1 44 


1 74 


1 89 


1 69 


1 69 


1 74 


1 74 


1 54 


1 78 


1 39 


1 .44 


1 79 


1 74 


1 54 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



Driftwood 

f.TraHsy Kork .... 
Brownstown .... 
Washington .... 

Jackijon 

Redding 

Vernon 

Hamilton 

Carr 

Owen 

Salt Creek ..... 
Seymour City . . . 
Town of Brownstown 



$1 


26 


1 


41 


1 


51 


1 


38 


2 


26 


2 


31 


1 


81 


2 


51 


1 


26 


1 


51 


2 96 1 


2 


41 


2 


45 



53 

JASPER COUNTY. 



Townships and Corpoeations. 



Eate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Hanging Grove Corporation 

Gillam."' 

Walker 

Barkley 

Rensselaer, Town of ... . 
Marion Township ..... 

Jordan Township 

Newton Township 

Keener Township 

Kankakee Township . . . 
Wheatfield Township - . . 
Carpenter Township. . . 
Remington, Town of. . . . 
Milroy Township ..... 
Vernon Township 




JAY COUNTY. 



Richland. ...... 

Knox 

Penn 

Jefferson 

Green 

Jackson . 

Pike 

Wayne '. 

Bear Creek 

Madison ....... 

Noble 

Wabash 

Portland City 

Redkey Corporation. . 
Dunkirk Corporation . 
Salamonia Corporation 
Camden Corporation. . 




JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



Madison, City of 
Madison .... 
West Madison . 

Milton 

Brooksburg. . . 

Shelby 

Lancaster . . . 
Republican. . . 
Graham .... 

Saluda 

Hanover .... 
Hanover Town . 
Monroe .... 
Smyrna .... 




54 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 


Total 


Taxes. 


Poll Tax 


S<1 68 


$2 


1 73 


2 e 


2 03 


2 


1 83 


2 


1 83 


2 


1 68 


2 


1 78 


2 


1 78 


2 


1 78 


2 


1 78 


2 


1 78 


2 


1 73 


2 


1 93 


2 



Bigger 

Campbell 

Columbia 

Geneva 

Marion 

Montgomery .... 

Sand Creek 

Spence 

Vernon 

City of Vernon 

Center 

City of North Vernon 
Lovett 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Franklin Township 
Nineveh .... 
Blue River ... 
Hensley .... 
Clark .... 

Pleasant 

Union 

White River . 

Needham .... 
City of Franklin . 
Town of Edinburgh 
Town of Greenwood 




KNOX COUNTY. 



Vigo 

Widner 

Busseron 

Washington . . . 
Palmyra . . . . 
Vincennes . . . . 
City of Vincennes. 

Harrison 

Monroe City . . . 

Johnson 

Decker 

Stien. . . . . 




1 50 
1 50 



55 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



Jackson Township . . 

Monroe Township 

Washington Township . . . 
Tippecanoe Township .... 
Turkey Creek Township . . 
VanBuren Township .... 

Plain Township 

Wayne Township 

Clay Township 

Lake Township 

Steward Township 

Franklin Township 

Harrison Township 

Prairie Township 

Jefferson Township 

Scott Township 

Etna Township . ... 

Etna Green Corporation . . . 
Milford Junction Corporation 

Leesburg Junction 

Silver Lake Junction .... 

Syracuse Junction 

Pierceton Junction ... 
Mentone Junction ..... 
Warsaw City 



$2 25 
2 25 
2 25 
2 00 
2 25 



50 
25 

25 
00 
50 
25 
2 25 
2 25 
25 
00 
75 
25 
25 
30 
25 
50 
50 
50 
75 
25 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 



VanBuren . . . . 
Newbury . '. . . 

Eden 

Clearsprings . . . 

Clay 

Lima 

Greenfield . . . . 
Bloomfield . . . . 

Johnson 

Milford . . . . 
Springfield . . . . 
Town of Lagrange 



1 30 


$1 00 


1 32 


1 00 


1 45 


1 00 


1 53 


1 00 


1 36 


1 oa 


1 44 


1 00 


1 2^ 


1 00 


1 32 


1 00 


1 46 


1 00 


1 48 


1 00 


1 38 


1 00 


1 88 


1 00 



56 



LAKE COUNTY. 



Townships and Coepokations. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



North 

Hammond .... 

Calumet 

Boss 

St. John's .... 

Center 

We<t Creek . . . 
Cedar Creek . . • 

Lowell 

Eagle Creek - . . 

Winfield 

Hobart 

Hanover 

Crown Point . . 
Hobart Corporation 
East Chicago . . . 



LAPOETE COUNTy. 



Hudson 

Galena 

Springfield .... 
Michigan City . . 
Michigan . . 
Cool Spring . . . 

Center 

City of Laporte . 
Kankakee .... 

Welh 

Lincoln ... 

Pleasant 

Scipio 

New Durham . . . 
Town of Westville 

Clinton 

Noble 

Union 

Johnson 

Hanna 

Cass 

Dewey 



57 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Pol! Tax. 



Flinn 

Pleasant Eun . . 

Perry 

Indian Creek . . 
Spice Valley . . 
Marion .... 

Bono 

Shawswick . . . 
Marshall. . . . 
Guthrie ..... 
Town of Mitchell. 
City of Bedford 




MADISON COUNTY. 



Ad ams 

Fall Creek 

Green 

Stony Creek 

Jackson 

Anderson 

Union 

Richland 

Lafayette .... 

Pipe Creek 

Monroe 

Van Buren 

Boone 

Duck Creek 

Pendleton Corporation 
Anderson City . . 
Franklin Corporation . 
Elwood Corporation 
Alexandria Corporation 
Summit Hill 



11 78 


1 53 


1 64 


1 80 


1 78 


1 68 


1 68 


1 88 


1 49 


1 83 


1 65 


1 53 


1 88 


1 83 


2 03 


1 73 


2 44 


2 28 


1 78 


2 23 



MARION COUNTY. 



Center Township 

Franklin Township . . • • . 

Perry Towns-hip 

Pike Township 

Washington Township. . . . 

Wayne Township 

Warren Township 

Lawrence Township 

Decatur Township . . . 

City of Indianapolis 

Irvington Corporation. . . . 
West Indianapolis Corporation 
Brightwood Corporation . . . 
Woodruff Place Corporation . 
Haughville Corporation ... 
Mount Jackson Corporation . 




58 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Union .... 
Center .... 
Greene. 
Bourbon . 
Tippecanoe. ■ 
German . ■ 
Worth. . . . 

Polk 

West 

Walnut . . . 
Plymouth City 
Bourbon Town 
Bremen Town 
Argos 



Kate of 


Total 


Taxes. 


Poll Tax. 


$1 58 


$2 00 


1 43 


2 00 


1 63 


2 25 


1 53 


2 00 


1 63 


2 25 


1 33 


2 25 


1 48 


2 00 


1 38 


1 75 


i 28 


2 00 


1 43 


2 00 


1 43 


2 25 


2 53 


2 75 


1- 43 


2 25 


1 68 


2 25 



MAETIN COUNTY. 



Baker 

McCleameron. . . 
Brown ...... 

Mitcheltree. . . . 

Halbert 

Center 

Perry 

Eutherf ord .... 
Columbia . . . 
Lgst Eiver .... 
Town of Loogootee 
Town of Shoals. . 




MIAMI COUNTY. 



City of Peru 

Peru Township .... 
Jefferson Township 
Perry Township. . . 
Union Township . . . 
Eichland Township . . 
Erie Township .... 
Butler Townphip . . 
Washington Township 
Pipe Creek Township . 
Town of Bunker Hill . 
Deer Creek Township . 
Clay Township 
Harrison Township . . 
Town of Xenia . . . . 
Town of Amboy. . . . 
Jacknon Township. . . 
Allen Township. . . . 
Town of Macy . . . . 



$2 44 


2 33 




73 




76 




74 




65 




58 




77 




53 




53 




08 




92 




63 




65 




83 


2 33 1 




78 




87 


2 


38 



59 



MONKOE COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Bean Blossom . . . 
Washington . . . . 
Marion . . 
Benton. .... 
Bloomington . . . . 
City of Bloomington. 
■Richland. ...'-■ 
Town of Ellettsville. 

Van Buren 

Perry ...... 

Salt Creek 

Polk 

Clear Creek 

Indian Creek ... 



67 
68 
58 
58 
62 
08 
1 82 



74 
40 
34 
69 
80 
64 
54 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Coal Creek 

Wayne 

Washington . . . . 

Ripley . 

Alamo. . . 

Brown 

Waveland . . '. 
Scott ....... 

Union 

Crawfordsville, City 
Madison . . . . 

Sugar Creek . . 

Franklin 

Darlington 

Walnut 

New Ross . . . . 

Clark 

Ladoga ...... 




MORGAN COUNTY. 



Martinsville 
Washington 
Jackson 
Greene . 
Harrison . . 
Madison . . 
Clay. . . 
Brown . 
Mooresviile. 
Monroe . . 
Adams. . 
Gregg . . . 
Jeflferson . . 
Ray .... 
Baker . . . 
Ashland . . 




60 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



Townships and Coeporations. 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



Iroquois . . 

Jackson . . 

Lake. . . . 

Beaver . . . 
Wasliington 

Jefierson . . 

McClellan . 

Grant . . . 

Colfax . . . 

Lincoln . . 

Kentland. . 

Goodland . 



$1 00 



NOBLE COUNTY. 



Washington . . 

Sparta 

Perry 

Elkhart .... 
York ..... 
Noble ...... 

Greene 

Jefferson .... 

Orange 

Wayne 

Allen 

Swan 

Albion 

Town of Albion 

Avilla 

Ligonier ■ • . 
Kendallville City 



|l 69 




44 




39 




47 




69 




84 




66 




49 




56 




70 




44 




63 




19 




29 




64 




17 




58 



$1 00 



1 00 

1 00 

1 00 

1 00 

1 00 

1 00 

1 00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 



OHIO COUNTY. 



Randolph . . . . 
Union . . . . 

Cass 

Pike 

City of Rising Sun 




$1 25 
1 25 
1 00 
1 25 
1 25 



61 



ORANGE COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Paoli . . . . . 

Northeast . . . 

Orleans . . . . 

Orangeville. . . 

Northwest . . . 

French Lick . . 

Jackson . . . . 

Greenfield . . . 

Southeast . . . 
Stampus Creek 

Town of Paoli . 
Town of Orleans 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



OWEN COUNTY. 



Wayne. 
Monto:omery 
Washington 

Morgan . . 

Jackson . . 

Harrison . . 

day. . . 

Franklin. . 

Jefferson . . 

Marion . - 

Lafajette. . 

Jennings . . 

Taylor. . . 

Freedom . . 

Jasper . . . 

Spencer . . 




PAKKE COUNTY. 



Adams 

Eockville Corporation . . 

Washington 

Sugar Creek 

Liberty 

Reserve 

Montezuma Corporation . 

Wabash 

Florida 

Rosedale Corporation . . 
Raccoon ........ 

Jackson 

Union 

Greene 

Penn 

Bloomingdale Corporation 
Howard 



$1 47 


2 


15 




41 




63 




68 




73 




58 




30 




53 




69 




57 




53 




48 




38 




52 




75 




37 



62 



PERKY COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Troy. . . . 

Anderson. . . . 

Clark 

Tobin 

Union . 

Oil 

Leopold .... 
City of Cannelton 
City of Tell City 
Town of Troy. . 




PIKE COUNTY. 



Jefferson 

Washington 

Madison 

Clay 

Patoka . 

Monroe 

Logan 

Lockhart 

Marion. 

Petersburg Corporation 



$1 


69 




84 




69 




89 




79 




99 




79 




99 


2 04 1 


2 


02 



PORTER COUNTY. 



Center . . . 
Union . . . 
Washington 
Liberty . . 
Jackson . . 
Portage ■ . 
Westchester. 
Pleasant • 
Porter . . . 
Boone 
Morgan 
Pine .... 
Valparaiso . 



$1 50 




48 




34 




38 




80 




49 




64 




67 




56 




44 




54 




31 




01 



63 



POSEY COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Black 

Lymans 

Point ... 

Harmony 

Eobb 

Marrs 

Robinson 

Smith 

Bethel 

Center 

City Mt. Vernon . - . 
Town of New Harmony 
Posey ville ...... 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



$2 50 



00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
3 (.0 

2 25 

3 50 



PULASKI COUNTY. 



Monroe . . 
Beaver . . . 
Tippecanoe . 
Harrison . . 



White Post . 
Van Buren . 
Indian Creek 
Salem . . , 
Cass .... 
Jefferson . . 
Rich Grove. 
Franklin . . 
Winamac . 
Monterey . . 
Franesville 




$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 

1 60 

2 00 
2 00 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



Jackson . . 
Franklin . . 
Russell . . 
Clinton . . 
Monroe . . 
Floyd . . . 
Marion . . 
Greencastle . 
Madison . • 
Washington 
Warren 
Jefierson . . 
Cloverdale . 
Mill Creek . 



$1 07 


98 


85 


88 


98 


1 03 


93 


95 


88 


1 03 


1 08 


97 


1 02 


88 



|2 45 
2 50 
2 25 
2 25 
2 50 



2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 25 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 
2 50 



64 



PUTNAM COUNTY— Continued. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Towns. 

New Maysville 

Carper derville 

Koachdale 

Eussellville 

Bainbridge 

Putnamville 

Cloverdale 

GreencasUe City ...'.... 



1 03 

83 
1 08 

95 
1 13 
1 18 

83 
1 01 



50 
50 
00 
50 
50 
75 
25 
50 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. 



White River 

Washington 

Greensfork 

Stony Creek 

Nettle 

West River 

Green 

Ward 

Jackson 

Wayne 

jNIouroe 

Franklin. ... 
Winchester Corporation 
Union City Corporation 
Ridgeville Corporation 
Farmland Corporation. 
Hiintsville Corporation 
Lynn Corporation. . . 



;i 36 


$2 00 


1 24 


2 00 


1 21 


2 00 


1 31 


2 00 


1 31 


2 00 


1 36 


2 00 


1 36 


2 00 


1 36 


2 00 


1 33 


2 00 


1 41 


2 00 


1 36 


2 00 


1 36 


2 00 


2 36 


2 50 


1 21 


2 25 


1 51 


2 75 


1 26 


2 00 


1 06 


2 00 


2 06 


2 50 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



Versailles Corporation 

Johni^on , 

Washington .... 

Brown 

Franklin 

Milan Corporation . . 

Shelby 

Otter Creek. . . . , 

Jackson 

Adams 

Laughery 

Barisville Corporation 

Delaware 

Center 

Osgood Corporation . , 



$1 


76 




61 




76 




66 




46 




76 




61 




71 




71 




46 




71 




21 




56 




61 




91 



$2 50 



2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


2 25 


2 25 


2 00 


2 20 


2 00 


2 20 


2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


2 50 



65 
RUSH COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 


Total 


Taxes. 


Poll Tax. 


$1 31 


$2 50 


1 51 


2 50 


1 33 


2 50 


1 46 


2 50 


1 42 


2 50 


1 31 


2 50 


1 41 


2 50 


1 06 


2 25 


1 53 


2 50 


1 36 


3 00 


1 39 


2 50 


1 33 


2 50 


1 41 


2 50 


1 38 


3 00 



Ripley ....... 

Posey 

Walker 

Orange 

Anderson 

Rushville ... 

Jackson 

Center 

Washington . . . 

Union 

Noble 

Richland. ..... 

Rushville City . . . 
Carthage Corporation 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



Jennings ....... 

Johnson 

Lexington 

Finley 

Vienna 

Scottsburgli Corporation 



$1 99 


1 64 


1 89 


1 94 


1 64 


1 94 



$1 50 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Washington 

Noble 

Liberty 

Addison 

Shelby 

Hendricks 

Sugar Creek 

Brandy wine 

Marion 

Union 

Hanover 

Van Buren 

Moral .... 
City of Shelbyville . . 
Town of Morristown . 
Morristown Corporation 




$2 25 
2 00 
2 50 



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SPENCER COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Luce . . . 
Ohio. . . . 
Hammond . 
Huff. . . . 
Harrison . . 
Center . . . 
Jackson . . 
Grass . . . 
Clay . . . 
Kockport . 
Grandview . 
St. Mienrad 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



STARKE COUNTY. 



North Bend . . . . . . 

Washington . 

Oregon 

California 

Center . 

Wayne 

Railroad 

Davis 

Knox Corporation . . . , 
North Judson Corporation 
Jackson 




ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



Olive . . - 
Warren . . 
German . . 
Clay. . . . 
Harris . . . 
Penn. . . . 
Portage . . 
Center . . . 
Greene . . . 
Union . . . 
Liberty. . . 
Madison . . 
Lincoln 
New Carlisle 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend . 
Walkerton . 
Myler . . . 



11 29 


1 33 


1 28 


1 24 


1 05 


1 15 


1 12 


1 26 


1 38 


1 57 


1 30 


1 55 


1 42 


2 44 


2 43 


1 10 


1 68 


1 42 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



MlUgrove 

Jamestown 

Clear Lake 

Fremount 

York 

Scott 

Pleasant 

Jackson 

Salem 

Steuben 

Otsego 

Eichland 

Fremount Corporation. 
Angola 




SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Curry . 

Shelburn, Town. - . 
Farmersburgh, Town 
Fairbanks Township 

Turman 

Hamilton 

Sullivan, Town . . . 

Cass 

Jefferson 

Haddon 

Carlisle, Town of . . 
Gill Township . . . 
Merom 



$2 50 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



JefiFerson Township 
Vevay, City of . . 
York Township . . 
Posey Township . 
Patriot Town. . . 
Colton Township . 
Pleasant Township 
Moorfield, Town of 
Craig Township. . 



$1 80 



$1 50 



1 54 


2 00 


1 66 


1 50 


1 74 


1 50 


1 94 


2 25 


1 74 


1 50 


1 68 


1 50 


1 68 


1 75 


1 80 


1 50 



68 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Laurance . . 
Eandolph . . 
Jackson . . ■ 
Wayne. . . . 
Union .... 

Wea 

Sheffield . . . 
Perry .... 
Washington . 
Tippecanoe. . 
Wabash . . . 
Shelby. . . - 
Fairfield . . . 
Lafayette. . . 
Battle Ground 
West Lafayette 
Clarksville . . 



$2 00 
2 00 



TIPTON COUNTY. 



Madipon 
Cicero . 
Jefferson 
Prairie. 
Liberty 
Wildcat 
Tipton . 
Windfall 



SI 


58J 




60^ 




80* 




60* 




73* 




80* 




75* 




85* 







$2 75 
2 75 



75 
50 

75 
75 
5t) 

75 



UNION COUNTY. 



Liberty Corporation . . . . 

Center Township 

College Corner Corporation 

Union Township 

Harmony Township . . . . 
Liberty Township . . . . 
Brownsville Corporation . . 
Brownsville Township . . . 
Harrison Township . . . . 




$3 00 
3 00 



69 



VANDEKBURGH COUNTY. 



TowxsHiPs AND Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



City of Evansville . 

Pigeon Township . . 

Knight Township . . 

Scott Township . . . 
Armstrong Township 

Perry Township . . 

Union Township . . 

Center Township . . 

German Township . 



$1 55 



42 
60 
35 
39 
50 
60 
62 
55 



$2 50 
2 50 
2 50 

2 50 



VERMILLION COUNTY. 



Highland . . 
Eugene .... 
Vermillion . . . 

Helt - . . 

Clinton . . . 
Newport, Town of 

Clinton 

Dana 



$1 27 




48 




63 




44 




36 




88 




86 1 




84 1 

i 



$2 00 



VIGO COUNTY. 



City 

Harrison. . . 
Honey Creek . 
Prairieton . . 
Prairie Creek , 
Linton . . . . 
Pierson . . . 
Riley . . . . 
Lost Creek . . 
Nevino. . . . 
Otter Creek . 
Fayette . . . 
Sugar Creek . 



$1 


46 




60 




67 




88 




77 




59 




67 




66 




56 




64 




60 




94 




65 




• 



$2 75 
2 75 



WABASH COUNTY. 



Chester 

LaGro 

Liberty 

Noble 

Pleasant 

Paw Paw .... 

Waltz 

€ity of Wabash . 
Laiiro Corporation 
N. Manchester . . 
Roann 



$1 62 




47 




37 




42 




47 




47 




52 




42 




57 




67 




57 



$2 00 



00 
GO 
00 
00 
00 
00 
25 
75 
25 
75 



70 



•WARREN COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 




Total 
Poll Tax. 



Washington . 

Pine 

Mound. . . . 
Steuben . . . 

Pike 

Medina . . . 
Warren . . . 
Liberty . . . 
Adams .... 
Jordan. . . . 
Williamsport . 
Prairie. . . . 

Kent 

W^est Lebanon 
State Line . 



$2 00 



00 
25 
00 
50 



•2 00 
2 00 
2 25 
2 00 
2 CO 
2 25 
2 25 
2 50 
2 25 



WARRICK COUNTY. 



Anderson. 
Boone . . 
Campbell. 
Greer . . 
Hart. . , 
Lane. . . 
Ohio. . . 
Owen . . 
Pigeon . , 
Shelton . 
Boonville 
Newburgh 




$2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 
2 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Gibson .... 
Monroe . . . 
Jefferson . . . 
Brown .... 
Vernon. . . . 
Washington . 
Franklin . . . 

Polk 

Pierce .... 
Howard . . . 
Madison . . . 
Posey .... 
Jackson . . . 
Salem .... 
Campbellsburg 
Livonia . . . 
Fredericksburg 
Hardinsburg . 



$1 48i 


$2 00 


1 29^ 


2 00 


1 38i 


2 00 


1 43i 


2 00 


1 2U 


2 00 


1 45J 


2 00 


1 39^ 


2 00 


1 23.', 


2 00 


1 38^ 


2 00 


1 28i 


2 25 


1 53^ 


2 00 


1 38* 


2 25 


1 38.', 


2 00 


1 93 i 


2 00 


1 33^ 


2 35 


1 78.V 


3 65 


1 25J 


2 00 


1 13J 


2 10 



71 

WAYNE COUNTY. 



Townships and Corporations. 



Rate of 
Taxes. 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



Abington. 

Boston 

Center 

Clay 

Dalton 

Franklin 

Greene 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

New Garden 

Perry 

Washington • 

Wayne 

Webster 

Corporations. 

Boston 

Cambridge City 

Centersville 

Dublin 

East Germantown 

Fountain City - 

Hagerstown 

Milton 

Mount Auburn . 

Richmond City 

Spring Grove 

Washington 

White Water 



$1 54 



26 
65 
17 
22 
39 
32 
19 
13 
22 
32 
50 
17 
57 
62 



1 66 

1 65 

2 54 



$2 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



75 
25 
50 
50 
00 
00 
25 
50 
75 
75 
00 
50 
75 



WELLS COUNTY. 



Jackson . . 
Chesler. . . 
Liberty . . 
Rock Creek. 
Union . . • 
Nottingham 
Harrison . . 
Lancaster . 
Jefferson . . 
Bluffton 
Vera Cruz . 



$1 41 


1 56 


1 61 


1 56 


1 51 


1 66 


1 56 


1 36 


1 51 


2 71 


1 71 



$1 00 
1 00 
1 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



1 00 
1 00 
1 74 



72 

WHITE COUNTY. 



Townships and Corpokations. 




Prairie 

Big Creek 

Union 

Monon 

Liberty 

Jackson 

Princeton 

West Point 

Cass 

Honey Creek . 

Round Grove 

Corporations. 

Monticello 

Brookston 

Eeynolds 

Burnettville 

Monon - 

Wolcott . 



$1 79 


1 90 


1 90 


1 83 


1 98 


1 88 


1 83 


1 95 


2 03 


1 83 


2 33 


1 73 


1 63 


1 58 


1 58 


1 73 


1 58 



Total 
Poll Tax. 



$2 25 
2 25 



25 
25 
25 
25- 
25 
25 
25 



2 25 

2 25 



3 25 

2 75 
2 50 

2 00 

3 25 
2 00 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



Cleveland . . 
Richland . . 
Troy .... 
Etna .... 
Washington . 
Columbia City 
Columbia . . 
Thorn Creek . 
Jefferson . . 
Union . . , . 
Smith ... 
Cherubusco . 




%\ 75 
1 50 
1 50 



1 50 

2 00 
2 75 
1 00 
1 45 
1 75 

1 50 

2 00 
2 50 



73 



COLLEGE FUXD. 



List of Borrotcers from the College Fund. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



Names of Borrowers. 



Date. 



Amount of 
Loan. 



Sales, Simeon 
Crist, Jacob . 



January 8, 1888 
April 3, 1890. . 



$300 00 
500 00 



ALLEN COUNTY. 




April 24, 1890 . 



500 00 



BAKTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 




February 13, 1847 



300 00 



BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



Bolner, George A . . 
Bolner, Amanda A. . 
Dildine, Joseph . . . 
Hall, Frank J . . . . 
Icker, James .... 
Lewis, Kachel .... 
Reynard, Robert M . 
Scott, Fletcher. . . . 
Worthen. .Joseph H . 
Ross, Samuel R . . . 
Hellyer, J. .J .... 
Quackenbush, Elwood 
Wiseman, Daniel . . 
Lawson, Julia A. . . 



June 23, 1880 . . 
October 20, 1883 . 
March 10, 1883. . 
March 28, 1882 . 
October 10, 1885 . 
September 22, 1882 
October 25, 1883 . 
October 25, 1883 . 
June 11, 1889 . . 
July 19, 1889 . . 
July 19, 1889 . . 
August 6, 1889. . 
August 19, 1889 . 
September 14, 1889 



400 00 
300 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
300 00 
200 00 
400 00 
350 00 
350 00 
400 00 
500 00 
250 00 



BOONE COUNTY. 



Carter, Leonard . 
Edward, .John K. 
Keeney, Peter . . 
Newman, Harmon 
Poyner, .Joseph . 
(4uettal, Jacob. . 



September 1, 1884 
September 6, 1884 
March 24, 1885. . 
November 12, 1864 
February 20, 1839 
January 29, 1889 . 



250 00 

500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
500 00 



74 



BEOWN COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1318 




January 12, 1886 . . . 

Julv 3, 1884 

May 19, 1884 

July 24, 1871 

March 13, 1890. . . . 


$500 00 


1272 

1267 

978 

1435 


Deaver, James and Mary C . . . . 

Button, A.lbert H 

Hester, James S 

Stump, Wm 


500 00 
500 00 
500 (10 
500 00 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



1312 
1327 
654 
1329 
1254 
1330 
1273 
1342 
1343 



Gallagher, Laomi R 
Huffer, William F . 
Kirby, George W . 
Lackey, Amanda J. 
Michaels, Elizabeth 
Mitzenberg, John . 
Pence, Samuel D. . 
Lewis, Elisha . . . 
Bramwell, Arthur E 



C)ctober 23, 1885 . 
December 4, 1886. 
February 26, 1853 
January 11, 1887. 
January 30, 1884 . 
February 1, 1887 . 
June 30, 1884 . . 
December 19, 1887 
January 3, 1888 . 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



1184 
1398 



Bingham, Alexander . 
Cronk, George W . . 



March 16, 1882. 
March 19, 1889. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



752 




November 21, 1877 



GREENE COUNTY. 



1334 

1333 
1297 
1452 



Mason, Amelia B 
Potter, J. Madison 
Rogers, Martha . 
Mason, Jesse B . 



April 6, 1887. . 
March 14, 1887. 
May 29, 1885. . 
October 28, 1890 



75 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1301 
1285 
1402 
1417 


Jackson, James M ....... . 

Mannix, James 

Boyd, Thos. K, et al 

Mills, Laura A., et al 


August 12, 1885 . . . 
October 2, 1884. 
May 14, 1889 .... 
October 7, 18S9. . . . 


$300 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Foley, Jesse .... 
Pilkington, John F 
Eyan, John W . . 
Wickard, David L . 
Foley, Jessie A . . 
Money, J. T . . . . 



September 14, 1883 
February 29, 1876 
December 14, 1871 
November 2, 1886 
February 18, 1884 
November 7, 1889 



300 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
400 00 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



Fordyce, William B 
Sims, Martha A. E. 
Carter, El wood . . 
Harris, Nancy . . 
Johnson, Oliver W 
Thompson, Eliza A 



March 21, 1885 . 
October 27, 1884 . 
August 15, 1888 . 
November 23, 1889 
December 6, 1889. 
January 10, 1890 



225 00 
50 00 
400 00 
500 00 
250 00 
400 00 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



Brown, Margaret . . . 
Jones, Daniel E . . . . 
Kirkpatrick, Thomas M 
Mavity, William K . . 
i 



March 4, 1874 . . 
December 27, 1873 
December 27, 1865 
January 27, 1879. 



350 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 



, JACKSON COUNTY. 


1212 
1256 


Rodman, Rachel 

Ruddick, Elwood 


March 21, 1883 . . . 
January 28, 1884. . . 


500 00 
500 00 


JASPER COUNTY. 


1019 
970 


Brown, C. J 

Lang, Frederick 


June 1, 1874 ..... 
December 20, 1870 . . 


500 00 
500 00 



76 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



No of 
Loan. 



Names of Borrowers. 



1282 j Dresslar, Daily 
1146 Power, John T 



Date. 



March 11, 1884. . 
January 28, 1880. 



Amount of 
Loan. 



1300 00 
500 00 



KNOX COUNTY. 



717 Freekind, Eobert. ! April 7, 1885. 



300 00 



LAKE COUNTY. 



1173 
1339 



Wood, Mary E. and Thomas J 
Wood, Thomas J 



April 5, 1881 . . 
November 15, 1887 



MADISON COUNTY. 



250 00 
500 00 



1204 
1076 
1271 
1U9 
1319 
1362 
1426 
1429 



Brown, William A . . 

Moss, Mary R . . . . 

Randall, Phillip A. . 
Spencer, Clinton E 
Williamson, Randolph 

Leavell, Lawson M . 

Sheets, Barbara . . 

Hartley, James H . . 



October 19, 1882 
August 10, 1876 
June 25, 1884 . 
May 29, 1878 • 
January 14, 1886 
July 21, 1888 
December 23, 1889 
Januarv 16, 1890 



200 00 
400 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
400 00 
400 00 
500 00 



MARION COUNTY. 



1207 

1097 

832 

822 

23 

1170 

916 

943 

953 

1341 

1346 

1347 

1348 

1349 

836 

1217 

1231 



Atlaud, Hiram 

Barbour, Harriet and Samuel . 

Bowen, Peter 

Chase, Joseph W 

Cherry, .James H 

Cookie, Lucy J. and Jonathan 

Crum, Mahitable 

Elliott, Harriet A 

(iralloway, Lilly ....... 

Smith, John J 

Davjs, Waldo T 

Polt, Georgia E 

BiggB, Delia 

Newberry, Laura 

Giikey, Oliver B 

Green, Mary A - . 

Greene, Davis M 



November 4, 1882 
September 24, 1877 
November 7, 18G4. 
August 10, 1864 . 
May 9, 1843 . . 
Dc^^mber 21, 1880 
Januarv 15, 1867 
March 22, 1869. . 
January 13, 1875 
December 14, 1887 
March 25, 1888.. . 
April 10, 1888' . . 
April 11, 1888 . . 
April 24, 1888 . . 
December 28, 1864 
May 4, 1883 . . . 
September 25, 1883 



350 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
300 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
450 00 
300 00 
250 00 
500 00 



77 



MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



Names of Borrowers. 



Date. 



Amount of 
Loan. 



Harris, George W 

Hawkins, Jesse F . 

Johnson, Frederick L 

Kerwin, Eliza 

Keeley, Oliver S 

Mankedick, Henry 

Matler, Julia G 

McCormick, Jehu P 

McGreevey, Ellen C. and Owen . 

Morrison, Wm. H 

Neal, John S 

Nickerson, Lewis and Victoria. . 

Piercy, John H 

Koy, Margaret E 

Sage, Charles 

Smith, John J 

Stokely, Benjamin 

Vanscyoc, John W . 

Patterson, Sarah A 

Maioney, Hannah 

Secrist, Margaretta 

East, Mary J 

Bailiff, Harriett 

Dallas, James A 

Eeynolds, Emma P 

Bailey, Andrew J 

Buck, Nancy 

Cole, Albert B 

Bailey, Alfarata ....".... 

Louden, John D 

McClintock, Thomas A .... . 

Light, Robert C 

Munson,. Mary H. 

Stout, Julia A. and D. E . . . 
Thompson, M. M. and George C . 
McCray, Anna ......... 

Petty, John . . . . * 

McCray, Frank 

Patterson, Patsey 

Buchanan, Sarah J 

Markey, Thos., Sr 

Gcodnough, John ....... 

Buck, J. A 

Hoffman, Emily R 

Thompson, Alfred 

Bradley, Wm. B 

Reich wein, Philip, £iaZ 

Brouse, C. W., e< e/ 

Shlegel, John 

Reiss, Paul 

Silvey,Chas . . . 

Blackman, Jno. L 

Higgins, Margaret E 

Pentecost, Melissa J 



October 4, 1884 . . 
March 2, 1876 . . 
November 19, 1885 
November 27, 1883 
January 6, 1863 
January 29, 1868 
June 20, 1884 . 
January 20, 1854 
March 5, 1880 . 
March 17, 1887 . 
July 2, 1884 . . 
June 15, 1887. . 
August 4, 1883 . 
May 28,1884. . 
July 30, 1866. . 
October 11, 1877 
June 9, 1877 . . 
April 5, 1865. . 
August 7, 1888 . 
August 2, 1871 . 
November 16, 1887 
April 14, 1888 . 
May 16, 1888. . 
May 17, 1888. . 
June 12, 1888. . 
June 19, 1838. . 
July 26, 1888. . 
September 10, 1888 
September 19, 1888 
September 13, 1888 
October 6, 1888 . . 
October 9, 1888 . . 
October 17, 1888 . 
November 17, 1888 
December 17, 1888. 
December 31, 1888. 
January 21, 1889 
January 24, 1889 
March 22, 1889. 
May 29, 1889 . . 
May 29, 1889 . . 
June 5, 1889 . . 
June 12, 1889. . 
August 26, 1889. 
December 17, 1889 
December 21, 1889 
May 2 , 1890. . 
June 20, 1890. . 
July 10, 1890. . 
July 10, 1890. . 
August 11,1890. 
August 18, 1890. 
September 2, 1890 
September 9, 1890 



1500 00 
200 00 
500 00 
400 00 
120 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
125 00 
500 00 
500 00 
250 00 
500 00 
1(J0 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
50 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
300 00 
500 00 
300 00 
100 00 
200 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
175 00 
500 00 
300 00 
4C0 00 
400 00 
200 00 
25(1 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
400 00 
300 00 
225 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
400 00 
400 00 
250 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 



78 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1367 


Heiskell, W. L 


August 21, 1888. . . . 


$400 00 



MARTIN COUNTY. 



1177 
1222 
1014 
1336 
1179 
1396 
1451 



Anderson, William J I February 4, 1882 . 

Elkins, .Jarvis = • • I June 1, 1883 . . . 

Elliott, C. A I March 5, 1877 . . 

Tinkle, David B June 25, 1887 . . 

Weisback, Phillip [ February 16, 1882 

Flummerfelt, George February 16, 1889 

McCormick, Rebecca ! October 1, 1890 . . 



250 00 
500 00 
500 00 
125 00 
150 00 
425 00 
500 00 



MONROE COUNTY. 



1258 
1257 
1311 



Brown, Joel T . , 
Carroll, Martha . 
Miers, Robert W 



1266 Payne, .John 



March 15, 1884 . 
February 4, 1884 
October 29, 1885 
February 5, 1884 



500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 Od 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



1117 ! Layman, Sarah A ' October 3, 1878 . . 

635 May, Allen September 9, 1852. 



500 00 
500 00 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



1197 
1042 
1160 
1304 
1069 
1103 
845 
1203 
1307 
1316 
1137 
1061 
1043 
1438 
1442 
1448 



Baley, Rebecca C 

Coleman, James M 

Coleman, E. M. and James M 

Criss, Alice 

Egbert, George W 

Egbert, Israel 

Elkins, .Joseph 

Flake, Adam 

Flake, John 

Flake, Jefferson D 

Hall, Mary A 

Harper, Peter F 

Jones, Henry C 

Privitt, Willis 

Doyle, Frank 

Reading, R. I 



June 13, 1882. . . 
September 3, 1875 . 
July 14, 1880. . . 
October 2, 1885 . . 
May 24, 1876. . . 
January 21, 1878 . 
February 15, 1865 
October 4, 1882 . . 
October 3, 1885 . . 
November 7, 1885 . 
September 13, 1879 
February 29, 1876 
September 3, 1875 . 
April 17, 1890 . . 
June 27, 1890 . . 
vSepteniber 3, 1890 



300 00 
500 00 
100 00 
200 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
175 00 
500 00 
200 00 
100 00 
500 00 
250 00 
250 00 
500 00 



79 



MORGAN COUNTY— Continued. 



Names of Borrowers. 



Date. 



Amount of 
Loan. 



Lewis, James A . . - 

Loveall, William A 

Miles, Lucinda 

Miles, Thomas 

Pearce, William . 

Perry, Nathan, and Wm. Thompson 

Radlord, Elizabeth 

Eay, Polly 

Russell, Thomas 6 

Robinson, Lavina 

Sargent, James L 

Scott, Jeff K 

Shireman, Delilah and Michael . . 
Thalman, Mrs. E. O . . . , . 

Waggamon, Joshua ....... 

Wagaman, Jonathan L 

Watts, Mary E 

Woods, William S 

Watts, Mary E . 

Allen, Lucy 

Cummins, Alex 

McKinzie, L. W 



May 5, 1880 - . - 
March 14, 1884. . 
March 18, 1875. . 
December 8, 1875. 
December 24, 1863 
January 1, 1864 . 
September 8, 1885 
May 24, 1876. . . 
November 18, 1874 
August 27, 1886 . 
November 2, 1885 
October 30, 1886 . 
July 7, 1880 . . . 
March 16, 1877. . 
April 16, 1875 . . 
October 1, 1885. . 
March 8, 1884 . . 
October 20, 1886 . 
Februarv 27, 1889 
February 17, 1890 
March 11, 1890. . 
March 26, 1890. . 



$500 00 
250 00 
330 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
200 00 
500 00 
150 00 
500 00 
516 32 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
350 00 
250 00 
300 00 
250 00 
500 00 
200 00 
250 00 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



French, John . . . 
French, Harriett. . 
Graham, W. H. H . 
Veatch, Cynthia E. 
Veatch, John S . . 
Wardi& Graham. . 



July 28, 1874 . . 
July 23, 1878 . . 
April 5, 1882. . . 
November 1, 1871 
July 8, 1880 . . . 
July 28, 1873 . . 



Donohue, Joseph M 

Frakes, Joseph 

King, Charles J. and Emily J. 
Hamrick, Ambrose D 



November 1, 1882 
January 2, 1882 . 
February 22, 1883 
December 6, 1887. 



500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
390 97 



OWEN COUNTY. 


955 


White, Frank 


December 22, 1869 . . 


500 00 


PORTER COUNTY. 


795 


Green, Sarah 


December 14, 1870 . . 


695 57 


PUTNAM COUNTY. 



300 00 
500 00 
400 00 
260 00 



80 



EANDOLPH COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


800 

885 


Hunt, John A 

Thornburg, John 


December 1, 1863. . . 
December 22, 1865 . . 


$500 00 
500 00 



EUSH COUNTY. 



1123 



Newhouse, Alfred M December 21, 1878 



500 00 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



1326 
1320 



Brody, Asa D . . . 
Finley, William D. 



November 15, 1886 
February 1, 1886 . 



500 00 
225 00 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



1376 



Bogue, Nancy J. and John F . . . I September 25, 1888 



250 00 



SPENCEK COUNTY. 



980 



Meek, Jeremiah V September 26, 1871 



400 00 



STAKKE COUNTY. 



1261 



Whitaker, James H 



April 3, 1884 



350 00 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



1331 



Cartinhour, Alonzo March 11, 1887. 



300 00 



81 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names op Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1374 Jenks, Mary E 


September 25, 1888 . . 


$400 00 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 




500 00 



TIPTON COUNTY. 



1322 
1299 
848 
1113 
1142 
1305 
1244 
1353 
1356 
1357 
1360 
1361 
1364 
1368 
1370 
1372 
1379 
1383 
1384 
1401 
1416 
1419 
1430 
1431 
1441 



Basey, Robert . . 
Feelding, James R 
Irvin, Newton . . 
Magginniss, Solomon 
Puckett, John . . . 
Seeley, Mary .1 . . 
Richards, Louisia R 
Connor, Michael. . 
Callahan. John . . 
Leavitt, Thomas . . 
Brookbank, Morris T 
Leavell, Elizabeth J 
Darby, Frederica . 
Prilliman, Sarah S. 
Jordan, Maturity . 
Turner, Eleanor J . 
Bowen, Eliza A . . 
Stroup, Wm. . . , 
Miller, Martha J. . 
Cox, Rosana. . . . 
Gray, L. E., and O. t. 
Whicker, Lucy, et al 
Cornelius, T. F. 
Hinds, E. A., and Wm 
Boyer, Aura. .... 



Bitner 



October 18, 1886 . 
July 27, 1885. . . 
December 10, 1872 
July 15, 1878. . . 
November 25, 1879 
September 28, 1885 
October 25, 1883 
June 7, 1888 . 
June 25, 1888 
June 25, 1888 
July 7, 1888 . 
July 14, 1888 
August 2, 1888 
August 9, 1888 
August 22, 1888 
September 7, 1888 
October 8, 1888. 
October 11, 1888 
October 1 2, 1888 
April 25, 1889 . 
September 25, 1889 

January 23, 1890 
January 25, 1890 
June 25, 1890 . 



500 00 
350 00 
600 00 
500 00 
500 00 
200 00 
500 00 
400 00 
200 00 
320 00 
500 00 
400 00 
400 00 
390 00 
250 00 
500 00 
250 00 
450 00 
350 00 
225 00 
390 00 
125 00 
350 00 
300 00 
325 00 



VIGO COUNTY. 



758 
1186 



Milner, John . 
Rhodes, Perry , 



August 11, 1860 
March 1, 1882 . 



225 00 
100 00 



6 — Atjd. Part II. 



82 



WELLS COUNTY. 



No. of 
Loan. 


Names of Borrowebs. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1232 
1135 
1253 
1223 
1246 
1228 
1224 
1240 
1201 
1300 
1251 
1193 
1276 
1337 
1365 
1373 
1386 
1392 


Abshire, C. Bird 

Bolen, John and Margaret .... 

Breininger, Lewis 

Buckland, Wm. F 

Dailey, Michael 

Drago, Hugh G. N 

Farr, ISTancy E 

Hall, Samuel 

Jones, Ezekiel ■ 

Keller, George Y 

Monaghan, Pat. T ....... . 

Ogle, Harkless and Emeline. . . . 

Starr, Benjamin F., et al 

McDaniel, Alexander 

Eose, John 

Henley, Samuel 

Abshire, Lewis C r • ■ 

Smith Jacob A 


October 2, 1883. . 
August 5, 1879 . . 
January 10, 1884 . 
June 19, 1883 . . 
November 1, 1883 
September 6, 1883 
July 6, 1883 . . . 
October 22, 1883 . 
August 31, 1882 . 
August 6, 1885. . 
December 19, 1883 
May 6, 1882 . . . 
July 29, 1884 . . 
November 16, 1887 
August 2, 1888 . . 
September 10, 1888 
October 19, 1888 . 
January 5, 1889 . 
March 20, 1889 . 
September 20, 1889 
October 22, 1889 . 
December 28, 1889 
March 3, 1890 . . 
September 8, 1890 




$500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
450 00 
400 00 
350 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
400 00 
300 00 
500 00 
500 00 


13^9 
1415 
1418 


Thornburgh, Ed. B . 

Hunt, John H 

Eeiff Daniel E 


500 00 
500 00 
500 00 


1427 
1433 
1449 


Eadabaugh, Wm. J 

Eadabaugh, J. W 

Cochran, Benton C 


200 00' 
200 00 
400 00 



WHITE COUNTY. 



1378a 




October 6, 1888. 



1,932 93 



Recaj)itulation showing condition of College Fund. 



Amount of loans outstanding $111,170 79 

Cash on hand October 31, 1890 2,195 79 

Total $113,366 58 



STATE ENUMERATION, 1889, 



LEGISLATIVE AND CONGRESSIONAL 



APPORTION MEINT. 



Statement sliowiiig the number of white and colored male 
inhabitants over the age of twenty-one years, in the State of 
Indiana, by townships and counties, in the year 1889, as certi- 
tied to the Auditor of State by the County Auditors, to be 
placed by him before the Legislature as the official basis of the 
voting population of the State for legislative and congressional 
apportionment of 1891, as provided for by the Constitution 
and laws of the State. 

In 1883 the enumeration showed as follows: 

Total number of wdiite voters 484,643 

Total number of colored voters 10,007 

Aggregate 494,650 

The enumeration for the year 1889 is as follows : 

Total number of white voters 540,005 

Total, number of colored voters 11,043 

Aggregate .. 551,048 

The difference in the enumeration of 1883 and the year 1889 
is as follows : - 

Increase in white votes 55,362 

Increase in colored votes 1,036 

Total increase 56,398 

Being an annual average increase of 9,400. 



84 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Coloreci 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Union . . . 
Root. . . . 
Preble. . 
Kirk land - 
Washington 
St. Mary's . 
Blue Creek . 
Monroe . . 
French . . 
Hartford. . 
Wabash . . 
Jefferson . . 



Total in county. 



243 

327 
264 
229 
1,164 
296 
260 
572 
264 
328 
556 
259 



4,762 



243 
327 
264 
229 
1,164 
296 
260 
572 
264 
328 
556 
259 



4,762 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



Wayne . . 
Washington 
Springfield . 
St. Joseph . 
Perry . . . 
Madison . . 
Monroe . . 
Marion . . 
Maumee . . 
Milan . . . 
Lake . . . 
Jefferson. . 
Eel River . 
Cedar Creek 
Adams. . . 
Aboit . . . 
Pleasant . . 
Scipio . . - 
Lafayette . 
Jackson . 



Total in county. 



8,797 
660 
466 
353 
391 
383 
483 
295 
158 
380 
353 
384 
306 
431 
827 
240 
387 
132 
378 
169 



55 



15,973 



56 



8,852 
660 
466 
353 
392 
383 
483 
295 
158 
380 
353 
384 
306 
431 
827 
240 
387 
132 
378 
169 



16,029 



85 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 

of Colored 

Male 

lohab- 

itants 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Haw Creek. 

Flatrock, . 

German . . 

Nineveh . . 

Union . . . 

Clifty . . . 
Clay. 



Columbus . 
Harrison. . 
Kock Creek 
Sand Creek. 
Wayne . . 
Ohio . . . 
Jackson 



Total in county. 



694 
373 
298 
180 
192 
240 
187 
2,084 
234 
240 
328 
462 
172 
163 



5,847 



4 
54 



87 



701 
378 
304 
180 
192 
240 
191 
2.138 
'234 
242 
337 
462 
172 
163 



5,934 



BENTON COUNTY. 



Parish Grove. . . , 

Pine 

Oak Grove 

Gilboa 

York 

Center 

Bolivar 

Union-. 

Richland 

Grant 

Hickory Grove. . . 

Total in county. 



204 
155 
408 
219 
166 
593 
305 
259 
241 
342 
244 



3,136 



204 
156 
408 
219 
166 
599 
305 
259 
242 
342 
245 

3,145 



BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



Licking 

Washington . . . . 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Total in county. 



958 
418 
573 
487 



2,446 



962 
418 
573 

487 



2,410 



86 



BOONE COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Marion 

Clinton 

Washington . . . . 
Sugar Creek • . . . 

Jefferson 

Center 

Union 

Eagle 

Perry 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Worth 

Total in county. 



686 
372 
380 
756 
506 
1,798 
297 
528 
279 
356 
723 
313 



6,994 



18 
3 

21 



44 



687 
372 
380 
774 
509 
1,819 
297 
529 
279 
356 
723 
313 



7,038 



BROWN COUNTY. 



Hamblen 

Jackson 

Johnson 

Van Buren . . . . 
Washington . . . . 

Total in county 



481 
455 
218 
523 
655 



2,332 



481 
455 
218 
523 

655 



2,332 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Madison 

Deer Creek 

Tippecanoe . . . . 

Jeflerson 

Adams 

Rock Creek ... 
Washington . . . . 

Carrollton 

Burlington . . . . 

Monroe 

Democrat 

Clay 

Total in county 



419 
247 
801 
306 
329 
239 
375 
393 
305 
432 
511 
346 
262 



4,965 



419 
247 
807 
306 
329 
239 
375 
393 
305 
432 
513 
346 
262 



4,973 



87 

CASS COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Boone 

Harrison 

Bethlehem 

Jefferson 

Noble 

Clay 

Adams 

Miami 

Eel 

Clinton 

Washington . . . . 

Tipton 

Deer Creek . . . . 
Jackson 

Total in county 




445 
281 
318 
292 
252 
253 
264 
265 
3,905 
314 
415 
594 
406 
445 



8,449 



CLAKK COUNTY. 



Jeffersonville. . . . 

Attica 

Charlestown . . . . 

Owen 

Bethlehem 

Washington . . . . 

Monroe 

Silver Creek . . . . 

Wood 

Oregon 

Carr 

Union 

Total in county 



3,037 
366 
619 
174 
185 
291 
471 
433 
308 
286 
224 
242 



6,636 



537 
37 
70 



1 

16 



668 



3,574 
403 
689 
174 
185 
292 
473 
437 
308 
286 

. 225 
258 



7,304 



CLAY COUNTY. 



Posey 

Dick Johnson . . . 

Van Buren 

Jackson 

Perry 

Lewis 

Harrison 

Washington . . . . 

Cass. ....... 

Sugar Ridge . . . . 

Brazil 

Total in county 



635 
357 

1,499 
574 
431 
418 
933 
352 
113 
590 

1,730 



7,632 



29 

2 



137 



639 
357 

1,528 
576 
431 
418 
933 
352 
113 
595 

1,827 



7,769 



88 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Center 

Jackson 

AVashington . . . . 

Perry 

Madison 

Koss 

Kirklin 

Michigan . . . . , 

Warren 

Owen 

Sugar Creek . . . . 

Johnson 

Forest 

Union 

Total in county 



2,020 
390 
315 
519 
378 
494 
549 
511 
344 
322 
413 
400 
402 
207 



7,264 



20 



23 



2,040 
390 
315 
519 
37 
495 
551 
511 
344 
322 
413 
400 
402 
207 

7,287 



CEAWFOED COUNTY. 



Jennings 

Whisky Eun . . . . 

Liberty 

Sterling 

Patoka 

Johnson 

Union 

Ohio 

Boone 

Total in county 



508 
316 
313 
478 
458 
227 
351 
275 
150 



3,076 



508 
316 
313 

478 
458 

227 
351 
275 
150 

3,076 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



Washington . . . 

Veale 

Eeeve 

Harrison 

Barr 

Van Buren . . . . 

Madison 

Elmore 

Steele 

Bogard 

Total in county 



2,178 
266 
303 
254 
867 
276 
453 
470 
354 
354 



5,775 



63 
1 

2 



66 



2,241 
267 
305 
254 
867 
276 
453 
470 
354 
354 

5,841 



89 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Harrison 

Logan 

Miller 

Lawrenceburg 

Center 

Hogan 

Manchester 

York 

Kelso 

Jackson 

Sparta 

Clay 

Ctesar Creek 

Washington 



Total in county 




Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



Washington . . . . 

Fugit 

Clinton 

Adams 

Clay 

Jackson 

Sand Creek .... 

Marion 

Salt Creek . . . . 

Total in county 



5,175 



1,537 


37 


1,574 


411 


2 


413 


208 




208 


525 


1 


526 


474 




474 


437 




437 


654 




654 


499 




399 


430 




430 



40 



5,215 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



Butler 

Jackson 

Concord 

Newville 

Stafford 

Wilmiugtou . . . . 

Union 

Richland 

Fairfield 

Franklin 

Troy 

Keyser 

Smithfield 

Total in county 



212 

331 

546 

203 

137 

1,134 

1,391 

388 

350 

315 

137 

1,087 

302 



6,523 



212 

331 

546 

203 

137 

1,13S 

1,392 

388 

350 

315 

137 

1,087 

362 

6,528 



90 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Salem 

Mt. Pleasant . . . 
Harrison . . . . . 
Washington .... 

Monroe 

C-enter 

Hamilton 

Union 

Perry 

Liberty 

Delaware 

Niles 

Total in county 



418 
503 
429 

• 453 
359 

2,778 
323 
430 
309 
394 
370 
284 



7,052 



1 

82 



418 
505 
430 
453 
360 
2,860 
323 
430 
311 
394 
370 
284 



7,138 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



Columbia . 
Harbison . 
Boone . . 
Madison 
Bainbridge 
Marion . . 
Hall . . 
Jefferson 
Jackson . . 
Patoka . . 
Cass . . . 
Ferdinand 



Total in county 



277 
249 
300 
278 
473 
203 
293 
394 
282 
835 
354 
377 

4,315 



12 

3 

16 



277 
249 
300 
2^9 
473 
203 
293 
394 
282 
847 
354 
380 

4,331 



ELKHART COUNTY. 



Elkhart . . 
Clinton 
Benton . . 
Jackson . . 
Harrison . 
Concord . . 
Bango . . 
Olive . . . 
Jefferson 
Middlebnry 
York 

Washington 
Osolo . . . 
Cleveland . 
Union . . 
Locke - . 



Total in county 



2,089 
509 
360 
396 
479 

3,090 
166 
393 
255 
457 
215 
315 
376 
142 
580 
375 

10,197 



13 



19 



2,095 
509 
360 
396 
479 

3,103 
166 
393 
255 
457 
215 
315 
376 
142 
580 
375 

10,216 



91 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Connersville . . . . 

Jennings 

Jackson 

Columbia 

Orange 

Harrison 

Posey 

Waterloo 

Fairview 

Total in county 



1,733 
193 
242 
199 
203 
278 
236 
172 
162 



3,417 



73 



1 

1 

18 



95 



1,806 
193 
243 
200 
203 
296 
236 
173 
163 

3,512 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



New Albany . . . . 

Greenville 

Georgetown . . . . 

Lafayette 

Franklin 

Total in county 



5,478 
363 
415 
328 
172 



6,756 



506 

1 
1 
2 



510 



5,984 
363 
416 
329 
174 

7,266 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Mill Creek . . . . 

Fulton 

Wabash . . . 

Cain 

Van Buren . . . . 

Troy 

Richland 

Shawnee 

Logan 

Davis 

Total in county 



342 
498 
301 
365 
416 
484 
796 
540 
304 
931 
159 

5.132 



342 

494 
301 
365 
416 
484 
796 
540 
304 
931 
159 



5,132 



92 



FKANKLIN COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Bath 176 

Blooming Grove 179 

Brookviile 1,110 

Butler 289 

Fairfield 204 

Highland 344 

Laurel 480 

Metamora 252 

Posey 232 

Eay 453 

Salt Creek 263 

Springfield . . . 348 

White Water , 358 

Total in county i 4,688 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



17(3 
179 
1,110 
289 
204 
344 
483 
252 
232 
453 
263 
348 
•358 



4,691 



FULTON COUNTY. 



Wayne 

Union 

Aubeenaubbee . . . 

Liberty 

Rochester 

Kichland 

Henry 

New Castle . . . . 

Total in county 



360 
481 
305 
502 
1,256 
367 
630 
352 



4,253 



. . . 360 
481 

. . . 305 

. . 602 

10 1,266 

. . , 367 

. . . I 630 

. . . ! 352 



10 



4,163 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



Columbia . 
Patoka . • 
White Kiver 
Washington 
Montgomery 
Johnson . . 
Wabash . . 
Barton . . 
Center . . 



Total in coiintv 



703 
1,385 
651 
371 
875 
753 
229 
476 
360 



5,803 



4 

189 

48 

1 

35 

1 



286 



707 

1,574 

699 

372 

910 
754 
229 
476 
368 



6,089 



93 
GRANT COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Van Buren . . . 
Washington . . . . 

*P]easant 

Eichland 

Center 

Mill 

Monroe 

Jefferson 

Fairmount . . . . 

Liberty 

Greene 

Sims 

Franklin 

Total in county 



517 
583 
433 
235 
2.010 
439 
331 
503 
681 
451 
371 
428 
573 



7,555 



96 
13 



5 

68 



29 



215 



517 
587 
433 
235 
2,106 
452 
331 
503 
686 
519 
371 
428 
602 

7,770 



'Twelye are Indians. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



Richland . 
Taylor . . 
Cass . . . 
Jackson . . 
Center 
Buck Creek 
Highland . 
Fair Play . 
Smith . . . 
Wright . . 
Stockton 
Stafford . . 
Washington 
Jefferson . 
Grant . . . 



Total in county 



609 
309 
222 
463 
343 
368 
269 
203 
210 
349 
638 
310 
380 
572 
210 



5,455 



19 



39 



614 
309 
222 
463 
343 
368 
270 
207 
210 
349 
640 
310 
399 
580 
210 



5,494 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Noblesville. 
• Washington 
Clay. . . 
Delaware. . 
Fall Creek . 
Wayne. . . 
White River 
Jackson . . 
Adams. 



Total in county. 



1,113 
889 
356 
426 
381 
446 
527 

1,017 
791 



5,946 



62 
13 

2 
4 



37 
12 



130 



1,175 
902 
358 
430 
381 
446 
527 

1,054 
803 

6,076 



94 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Blue River. 
Brown . . . 
Brandywine 
Blue Creek . 
Center . . . 
Greene. . . 
Jackeon . . 
Sugar Creek 
Vernon . . 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total in county. 



303 
433 
262 

40« 

1,259 

305 

435 

492 

577 



4,472 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



14 
" 3 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



19 



HARRISON COUNTY. 



Harrison 

Boone 

Heth 

Posey 

Franklin 

Morgan 

Blue River 

Washington . . . . 

Taylor 

Webster 

Jackson 

Spencer 

Scott 

Total in county 



781 
438 
405 
496 
389 
345 
284 
258 
270 
295 
370 
286 
209 



4,826 



48 
9 



71 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



Center 

Washington . . . . 

Guilford 

Liberty 

Franklin 

Clay 

Marion 

Eel River 

Union 

Middle 

Brown 

Lincoln 

Total in county. 



1,006 
369 
593 
656 
329 
467 
312 
526 
853 
473 
306 
461 



5,850 



27 

11 

34 

1 



96 

HENRY COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Wayne 

Franklin 

Dudley ...... 

Liberty 

Henry 

iireensboro 

Harrison 

Fall Creek 

Prairie 

Stony Creek . . . . 

Spiceland 

Jefferson ...... 

JBlue River 

Total in county 



896 
391 
430 
416 
1,063 
384 
398 
612 
448 
226 
453 
316 
271 



6,304 



3L 
2 
4 

1 

41 

12 

10 

2 

3 

2 

25 



136 



927 
393 
434 
417 
1,104 
396 
408 
614 
451 
228 
478 
316 
274 



6,440 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



■Center 

Ervin 

Monroe 

'Clay. 

Harrison 

Taylor 

Howard 

Liberty 

Union 

Jackson 

Honey Creek . . . . 

Total in county , 



2,139 
527 
280 
373 
274 
518 
326 
559 
336 
360 
331 



6,023 



77 

41 

6 

13 



138 



2,216 
568 
286 
386 
274 
518 
327 
559 
336 
360 
331 



6,161 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Cedar Creek .... 

Warren 

Dallas 

Huntington . . . . 

Union 

Rock Creek 

Lancaster 

Polk 

Wayne 

Jefferson 

Salamonie 

Total in county. 



532 
379 
314 
589 
2,419 
435 
584 
464 
277 
270 
404 
581 



7,248 



533 
379 
315 
589 
2,422 
436 
584 
464 
277 
270 
404 
581 



7,254 



96 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Driftwood 

Grassyfork 

Brownstown . . . . 
Washington . . . . 

Jackson 

Redding .... 

Vernon 

Hamilton 

Carr . 

Owen .... 

Salt Creek 

Total in county. 



242 
271 
795 
199 
1,482 
366 
463 
427 
409 
339 
490 



5,483 



66 

" 4 



70 



242 
271 
795 
199 
1,548 
366 
467 
427 
409 
339 
490 



5,553 



JASPER COUNTY. 



Hanging Grove. . . 

Gillans 

Walker 

Barliley 

Marion 

Jordan 

Newton 

Keener 

Kankakee . . . . . 
Wheatfield . . . . . 

Carpenter 

Milroy 

Union 

Total in county. 



119 
164 
162 
259 
561 
168 
134 
131 
107 
137 
546 
70 
183 



2,741 



119 
164 
162 
259 
561 
168 
134 
131 
107 
137 
548 
70 
]83 



2,743 



JAY COUNTY. 



Richland 

Knox 

Penn 

Jefferson 

Greene 

Jackson 

Pike 

Wayne 

Bear Creek 

Madison 

Noble 

Wabash 

Total in county. 



711 
240 
490 
462 
428 
388 
377 
1,346 
444 
309 
350 
243 



5,788 



35 



37 



712 
240 
491 
462 
428 
388 
377 
1,381 
444 
309 
350 
243 



5,825 



97 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Hadison 

Milton 

Shelby. ...... 

Lancaster 

Bepublican . . . . 

Graham 

Saluda 

Hanover 

Monroe 

Smyrna 

Total in county. 



3,147 
485 
418 
340 
245 
325 
399 
226 
341 
234 



6,160 



192 
1 
4 
5 



7 
32 



245 



3,339 
486 
422 
345 
245 
325 
406 
258 
341 
238 



6,405 



JENNINGS COUNTY. 



Bi^aer 

C:ti!i|ibell 

Colli lubia 

Geneva 

Marion 

Montgomery . . . . 
Sand Creek . . . . 
Spencer ....... 

Vernon 

Center 

Lovett 

Total in county. 



238 
361 
321 
496 
275 
207 
275 
417 
460 
767 
258 



4,075 



12 

1 



30 
41 



86 



250 
362 
321 

498 
275 
207 
275 
417 
490 
808 
258 

4,161 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Franklin 

Nineveh 

Blue Kiver 

Hensley 

Clark 

Pleasant 

Union 

White River . . . . 
Needham 

Total in county. 



1,128 
375 
735 
405 
341 
672 
371 
540 
302 



4,869 



59 
21 



14 



94 



1,187 
375 
756 
405 
341 
686 
371 
540 
302 



4,963 



7— AxjD. Part II. 



98 

KNOX COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 

of Colored 

Male 

Inhab- 

itantB. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Vigo 

Widner 

Bui?seron 

Washington . . . . 

Palmyra 

Vincennes 

Harrison 

Johnson 

Decker 

Steen 

Total in county. 



890 
431 
353 
404 
332 
2,444 
761 
485 
240 
336 



6,676 



4 

105 

5 



12 



136 



892 
432 
360 
404 
336 
2,549 
766 
485 
240 
348 



6,812 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Monroe 

Washington . . . . 

Tippecanoe 

Turkey Creek . . . 

Van Buren 

Plain 

Wayne 

Clay 

Lake 

Seward . . . . 

Franklin 

Harrison 

Prairie 

Jefferson 

Scott 

Etna 

Total in county. 



382 
254 
610 
397 
407 
438 
397 
1,413 
360 
394 
394 
389 
568 
264 
272 
240 
317 



7,496 



19 



20 



382 
255 
610 
397 
407 
438 
397 
1,432 
360 
394 
394 
389 
568 
264 
272 
240 
317 



7,516 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 



Van Buren 

Newbury 

Edan 

Clearspring . . . , 

Clay 

Lima 

Greenfield 

Bloomfield .... 

Johnson 

Milford 

Springfield 

Total in county. 



314 
362 
288 
402 
333 
345 
272 
803 
400 
332 
280 



4,131 



314 
362 

288 
402 
333 
346 
272 
806 
400 
332 
280 



4,135 



99 



LAKE COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 

of Colored I 

Male i 

Inhab- ! 

itants. ! 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



North 

Calumet 

Boss 

St. Johns 

Center 

West Creek . . " . . 
Cedar Creek . . . . 
Eagle Creek . . . . 

Winfield 

Hobart ••.... 
Hanover 

Total in county. 




1,865 
271 
383 
411 
736 
268 
462 
191 
159 
589 
207 



LAPOETE COUNTY. 



Hudson . . . 
Galena . . . 
Springfield. . 
Michigan . . 
Coolspring . . 
Center. . . . 
Kankakee . . 
Wills . . . . 
Lincoln . . . 
Pleasant . . . 
Scipio .... 
New Durham 
Clinton . . . 
Noble . . . . 
Union. . . . 
Johnson . . . 
Hanna . . 

Cass 

Dewey. . . . 



Total in county. 



136 
248 
293 

2,583 
347 

2,133 
325 
251 
147 
150 
217 
471 
202 
293 
305 
64 
194 
332 
75 

8.765 



1 

16 



24 
2 



46 



135 
248 
294 

2,599 
347 

2,157 
327 
251 
147 
150 
217 
473 
202 
293 
305 
64 
194 
333 



8,811 



100 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 

of Colored 

Male 

Inhab- 

itantB. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Flinn 

Pleasant Run . . . 

Perry 

Indian Creek . . , 
Spice Valley . . . . 

Marion 

Bono * . 

Shawswick 

Marshall 

Guthrie 

Total in county. 



201 
395 
184 
477 
453 
836 
238 
1,329 
321 
297 



4,731 



2 

50 



17 
2 



71 



201 
395 
184 
477 
455 
886 
238 
1,346 
323 
297 



4,802 



MADISON COUNTY. 



Adams 

Fall Creek 

Greene 

Stoney Creek. . . . 

Jackson ...... 

Anderson . . . . 

Union 

Richland 

Lafayette 

Pipe Creek. . . 

Monroe 

Van Buren 

Boone 

Duck Creek . . . . 

Total in county. 



410 
683 
270 
344 
325 
2,267 
233 
227 
375 
924 
736 
497 
361 
315 



7,967 



37 
1 



43 



410 

686 
270 
344 
325 
2,304 
234 
227 
375 
924 
737 
498 
361 
315 

8,010 



MARION COUNTY. 



Center 

Franklin 

Perry 

Pike 

Warthington . . . . 

Wayne 

Warren 

liawrence 

Decatur 

Total in county. 



28 801 
622 
579 
549 
679 
1,656 
733 
623 
421 



34,663 



2,699 

30 

8 

36 

88 
20 

7 
3 



2,891 



31,500 
622 
609- 
557 
715 
1,744 
753 
630 
424 



37,554 



101 
MARSHALL COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Union 

Center 

Greene 

Bourbon 

Tippecanoe 

German 

North , 

Polk. . . . . 

West 

Walnut 

Total in county. 



443 
1,286 
299 
838 
377 
790 
537 
510 
442 
628 



6,150 



443 
1,286 
299 
838 
377 
790 
537 
510 
442 
628 



6,150 



MARTIN COUNTY. 



Baker 

McCameron . . . . 

Brown 

Micheltree 

Halbert 

Center 

Perry 

Rutherford 

Columbia 

Lost River . . . . . 

Total in county, 



217 
238 
234 
272 
395 
370 
449 
264 
196 
274 



2,909 



217 
238 

234 
272 
400 
370 
449 
265 
196 
274 



2,915 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



Penn 

Jefferson 

Perry 

Union 

Richland 

Erie 

Butler. 

Washington . . . . 

Pipe Creek 

Deer Creek. . . . 

Clay 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Allen 

Total in county. 



1,997 
488 
384 
227 
369 
179 
363 
368 
413 
331 
296 
299 
542 
340 



6,596 



34 



36 



2,031 
488 
384 
227 
369 
179 
364 
368 
413 
332 
296 
299 
542 
340 

6,632 



102 
MONROE COUNTY. 



TOWNSBIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number- 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Bean Blossom . . . 
Washington . . . . 

Marion 

Benton 

Bloomin^ton . . . . 

Richland 

Van Buren 

Perry 

Salt Creek 

Polk . . . . 

Clear Creek . . . . 
Indian Creek. . . . 

Total in county. 



380 
248 
112 
228 
841 
413 
271 
509 
195 
220 
366 
230 



4,013 



74 
5 

13 



93 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 



Coal Creek 

Wayne 

Ripley 

Brown 

Scott 

Union 

Madison . . . . 

Sugar Creek . . . . 

Franklin 

Walnut 

Clark 

Total in county, 



518 
472 
368 
629 
299 
3,266 
356 
303 
574 
501 
618 



7,904 



2 

95 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Washington 

Jackson . . 

Green . . . 

Harrison. . 

Madison . . 

Clay. . . . 

Brown . . . 

Monroe . . 

Adams. ■ . 

Gregg . . . 

Jefierson . . 
Ray .... 
Baker 

Ashland . . 



Total in county. 



994 
410 
263 
104 
217 
352 
424 
371 
315 
247 
242 
241 
115 
244 



4,539 



13 



2 

1 

11 

1 

1 



29 



103 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 

of White 

Male 

Inhabi- 
tants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhabi- 
tants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Iroquois 

Jackson 

Lake 

Beaver 

Washington . . . . 

Jefferson 

McClellan 

Grant 

Colfax 

Lincoln 

Total in county 



256 
241 
119 
268 
265 
514 

35 
410 

26 
131 



2,265 



12 



14 



256 
241 
119 
268 
266 
515 

35 
422 

26 
131 



,2,279 



NOBLE COUNTY. 



Washington . . . . 

Sparta 

Perry 

Elkhart 

York 

Noble 

Green 

Jefferson 

Orange 

Wayne 

Allen 

Swan 

Albion 

Total in county 



184 
401 
881 
411 
256 
339 
362 
310 
548 
1,066 
519 
439 
381 



6,097 



184 
401 
881 
411 
256 
339 
362 
310 
548 
1,070 
519 
439 
381 



6,101 



OHIO COUNTY. 



Eandolph 

Union 

Cass 

Pike 

Total in county 



799 
145 
177 
159 



1,280 



43 



43 



842 
145 
177 
159 



1,323 



104 
ORANGE COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 

Male 
Inhab- 

itante. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Paoli 

North East 

Orleans 

Orangeville . . . . 
North West . . . . 
French Lick . . . 
Jackson ... . . 

Greenfield 

South East 

Stamper's Creek . . 

Total in county 



650 
210 
428 
182 
222 
522 
285 
310 
409 
215 



3,433 



11 



21 



661 
210 
435 
J 82 
222 
522 
285 
310 
409 
218 



3,454 



OWEN COUNTY. 



Wayne 295 

Montgomery 135 

Washington 796 

Morgan j 186 

Jackson 162 

Harrison 118 

Clay . 292 

Franklin : 393 

Jefferson 430 

Marion 428 

Lafayette 164 

Jennings 123 

Taylor , 201 

Total in county i 3,723 



2 
19 



21 



295 
137 
815 
186 
162 
118 
292 
393 
430 
428 
164 
123 
201 



3,744 



PAEKE COUNTY. 



Adams 

Washington . . . . 
Sugar Creek . . . . 

Liberty 

Reserve 

Wabash 

Florida 

Raccoon ...... 

Jackson 

Union 

Green 

Penn 

Howard 

Total in county. 





889 
410 
167 
465 
373 
196 
796 
437 
401 
313 
288 
369 
152 


55 

1 

4 
2 

28 

11 

" " 14 " 


944 




411 




167 




455 




377 




198 




824 
448 




401 




313 




288 




383 




152 








5,246 


115 


5,361 







105 



PERRY COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Troy 

Anderson 

Clark 

Tobin 

Union 

Oil 

Leopold 

Total in county. 



1,630 
422 
499 
558 
339 
466 
182 



4,096 



47 



56 



1,677 
422 
499 
564 
342 
466 
182 

4,152 



PIKE COUNTY. 



Jefferson 

Washington . . . . 

Madison 

Clay 

Patoka 

Monroe 

Logan 

Lockhart 

Marion 

Total in county. 



601 
812 
190 
282 
651 
492 
289 
524 
402 



4,243 



19 



23 



601 
831 
190 
282 
655 
492 
289 
524 
402 

4,266 



PORTER COUNTY. 



Valparaiso .... 

Center 

Union 

Washington .... 

Jackson 

Liberty 

Portage 

Westchester .... 

Pleasant 

Porter 

Boone 

Morgan 

Pine 

Total in county 



1,219 
264 
273 
183 
252 
231 
239 
731 
266 
290 
413 
199 
169 

4,729 



1,219 
264 
275 
183 
252 
232 
239 
733 
266 
292 
413 
199 
169 

4,736 



106 

POSEY COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Black 

Lynn 

Point 

Harmony 

Eobb 

Marrs 

Robinson 

Smith 

Bethel 

Center 

Total in county 



1,529 
393 
211 
636 
489 
503 
388 
320 
170 
260 



4,899 



231 
1 

25 
3 



263 



1,760 
394 
236 
639 
489 
506 
388 
320 
170 
260 

5,162 



PULASKI COUNTY. 



Monroe . . . 

Beaver . . . 

Tippecanoe . 

Harrison . . 

White Post . 

Van Buren . 
Indian Creek 

Salem . . . 



Jefferson . 
Eich Grove 
Franklin . 



Total in county 



535 
187 
261 
203 
244 
331 
239 
260 
163 
120 
124 
119 



2,786 



537 

187 
261 
203 
244 
331 
239 
260 
163 
120 
124 
119 



2,788 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Franklin 

Russell 

Clinton 

Monroe 

Floyd 

Marion 

Greencastle .... 

Madison 

Washington .... 

Warren 

Jeflferson 

Cloverdale .... 
Mill Creek .... 

Total in county 



361 
462 
329 
255 
370 
267 
363 
1,272 
241 
441 
269 
241 
417 
111 

5,399 



1 

79 
2 



94 



361 
463 
383 
256 
374 
267 
364 
1,351 
243 
441 
269 
242 
418 
111 



5,493 



107 

RANDOLPH COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



White River , . . . 
Washington . . . . 
Green Fork . . . . 
Stony Creek . . . . 
Nettle Creek . . . . 
West River . . . . 

Green 

Wood 

Jackson 

Wayne 

Monroe 

Franklin 

Total in county 



1,573 
631 
516 
322 
370 
440 
275 
474 
361 

1,173 
518 
430 



7,083 




15 
13 



167 



1,595 
647 
565 
325 
405 
454 
275 
474 
361 

1,188 
531 
430 



7,250 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



Johnson 

Washington .... 

Brown 

Franklin 

Shelby 

Otter Creek .... 

Jackson 

Adams 

Laughrey 

Delaware 

Center 

Total in county 



537 
247 
443 
479 
588 
394 
322 
629 
472 
320 
430 



4,861 



12 



538 
247 
448 
479 
594 
394 
322 
629 
472 
320 
430 



4,873 



RUSH COUNTY. 



Ripley 

Posey 

Walker 

Orange ...... 

Anderson 

Rushville 

Jackson ....... 

Center 

Washington . . . . 
Union . . . . . 

Noble 

Richland 

Total in county 




65 



16 



92 



494 
453 
363 
327 
415 
1,419 
192 
313 
295 
374 
286 
237 



5,168 



108 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Jennings 

Johnson 

Lexington 

Finley 

Vienna 

Total in county 



268 
263 
523 
274 
505 



1,833 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Jackson 

Washington . . . . 

Noble 

Liberty 

Addison 

Shelby 

Hendricks 

Sugar Creek . . . . 
Brandywine . . . . 

Marion 

Union 

Hanover 

Van Buren . . . . 
Moral 

Total in county 



338 
441 
409 
354 
1,683 
360 
452 
277 
352 
250 
308 
491 
838 
420 



6,473 



60 

3 
1 

72 



SPENCER COUNTY. 



Luce 

Ohio 

Hammond 

HuflF 

Harrison 

Carter 

Jackson 

Grass 

Clay 

Total in county 



560 
1,320 
647 
410 
538 
581 
231 
499 
416 



5,202 



48 

274 

21 



349 



109 

STARKE COUNTY, 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 

Male 
Inhab- 

ilants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



North Bend . . . . 
Washington . . . . 

Oregon 

California 

Center 

Wayne 

Bailroad 

Davis 

Jackson 

Total in county 



207 
190 
204 
130 
394 
268 
201 
108 
55 



1,757 



207 
190 
204 
130 
394 
268 
201 
108 
55 

1,757 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



Ohio 

Warren 

German 

Clay 

Harris 

Penn 

Postage 

C' nter 

Greene 

Union 

Liberty 

Madison 

Lincoln 

Total in county 



581 
242 
156 
372 
148 
1,588 
5,475 
219 
253 
433 
495 
510 
450 



10,922 



5 

67 
1 
4 



80 



582 
242 
158 
372 
148 
1,593 
5,542 
220 
257 
433 
495 
510 
450 



11,002 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



Millgrove 

Jamestown . . . . 

Fremont 

Clear Cake . . . . 

York 

Scott 

Pleasant 

Jackson 

Salem 

Steuben 

Otsego ... 
Richland 

Total in county 



269 
206 
403 
102 
259 
321 
807 
272 
413 
454 
329 
184 



4,019 



269 
206 
403 
102 
259 
321 
808 
272 
413 
454 
329 
184 



4,020 



110 
SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 




Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Jackson 542 

Curry 601 

Fairbanks I 287 

Turman | 448 

Hamilton . . f 1,088 

Cass 451 

Jefferson 437 

Haddon I 759 

Gill 576 

Total in countv | 5,189 



13 
11 



48 



548 
601 

288 
448 
1,105 
451 
437 
772 
587 



5,237 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



Jefferson 

York 

Posey 

Colton 

Pleasant 

Craig 

Total in county 




22 

5 

15 

1 

1 

1 



45 



1,012 
444 
600 
357 
418 
476 



3,307 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



Laramie . , . . . 

Randolph 

Jackson 

Wayne 

Union 

Wea 

SheflBeld 

Perry 

Washington . . . . 
Tippecanoe . . . . 

Wabash 

Shelby 

Fairfield 

Total in county 



676 t 1 

223 . . . . 

302 I 1 

369 i 3 
213 2 
301 . - . . 

370 . . . . 
365 I 2 
342 ; • . . . 
566 I . . . . 
741 . . . . 
373 . . . . 

4,910 83 



9,758 



92 



677 
223 
303 
372 
215 
301 
370 
367 
342 
566 
741 
373 
4,993 



9,850 



Ill 

TIPTON COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Madison 

Cicero 

Jefferson 

Prairie 

Liberty . . . . . 
Wildcat 

Total in county 



580 
1,450 
676 
535 
488 
649 



. . I 580 

6 i 1,456 

2 i 678 

. . 535 

. . I 488 

. . I 649 



4,378 



4,386 



UNION COUNTY. 



Center 

Union 

Harmony 

Liberty 

Brownsville . . . . 
Harrison 

Total in county 



673 
343 
206 
232 
300 
182 



1,936 



13 
15 



1 
11 



40 



358 
206 
232 
301 
193 



1,976 



VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 



Pigeon 

Knight . . 

Scott 

Armstrong . . . . 

Perry 

Union 

Center 

German 

Total in county 



8,899 
435 
345 
315 
502 
208 
520 
374 



11,598 



946 
66 
16 



19 

27 
45 

7 

1,119 



9,845 
501 
361 
315 
521 
235 
565 
374 



12,717 



VERMILLION COUNTY. 



Highland . 
Eugene - . 
Vermillion 
Helt . . 
Clinton . . 



Total in county 



603 
390 
606 
850 



3,384 



603 
390 
606 
850 
942 



3,391 



112 

VIGO COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



]^rumber 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Harrison 

Honey Creek . . . 

Prairieton 

Prairie Creek . . . 

linton 

Pierson 

Riley 

L )st Creek 

Xarvins 

< )tter Creek . . . . 

Fayette 

Sugar Creek . . . 

Total in county 



8,134 
373 
256 
415 
363 
366 
429 
415 
633 
881 
490 
555 



12,810 



358 
13 

3 
16 



58 
11. 
39 



507 



8,492 
386 
256 
418 
379 
366 
429 
473 
644 
"420 
490 
564 



13,317 



WABASH COUNTY. 



Chester ... 

LaGro 

Liberty 

Noble 

Pleasant 

Paw Paw 

Waltz 

Total in countv 




1 
1 
1 

44 



-^1- 



50 



1,426 
987 
519 

2,227 
591 
590 
586 



6,926 



WARREN COUNTY. 



Washington . . . . 

Pine 

Mound 

Steuben 

Pike 

Medina 

Warren 

Liberty 

Adams 

Jordan 

Prairie 

Kent 

Total in county 



424 
256 
122 
308 
285 
179 
349 
349 
197 
161 
233 
175 



3,038 



424 
256 
122 
308 
285 
179 
349 
349 
197 
161 
233 
178 



3,041 



113 

WARRICK COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Anderson 

Boone 

Campbell ... 

Green 

Hart 

Lane 

Ohio 

Owen 

Pigeon 

Skelton 

Total in county. 



238 
1,319 
359 
288 
501 
258 
731 
348 
425 
490 



4,957 



5 

68 
16 



157 



243 

1,387 
375 
288 
501 
258 
799 
348 
425 
490 



5,114 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



GibvSon 

Monroe ...... 

Jefferson 

Brown ...... 

Vernon 

Washington . . . . 

Franklin 

Polk 

Pierce 

Howard 

Madison 

Posey 

Jackson 

Total in county. 



362 
240 
331 

342 
240 
1,016 
295 
239 
259 
269 
207 
321 
200 



4,321 



362 
240 
331 
342 
240 
1,016 
295 
239 
259 
269 
207 
321 
200 



4,321 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



AbingtoH 

Boston 

Center 

Clay 

Dalton 

Franklin 

Green 

Harrison 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

New Garden 

Perry 

Washington . . . . 

Wayne 

Webster ...... 

Total in county. 



9,679 



211 


1 


212 


813 


3 


216 


560 


13 


573 


272 


2 


274 


167 


1 


168 


325 


4 


329 


290 


5 


29S 


145 


1 


146 


1,131 


40 


1,171 


514 


8 


522 


308 


26 


334 


172 


6 


178 


518 


6 


524 


4,666 


263 


4,929 


187 


12 


199 



391 



10,070 



8— AuD. Part II. 



114 

WELLS COUNTY. 



TOWNSHIPS. 



Number 
of White 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Number 
of Colored 
Male 
Inhab- 
itants. 



Total 
Number 
in Town- 
ship. 



Jackson 

Chester 

Liberty 

Kock Creek . . . . 

Union 

Nottingham . . . , 

Harrison 

Lancaster 

Jefferson 

Total in county. 



447 
433 
476 
380 
373 
521 
1,344 
514 
631 



5,119 



447 
433 
476 
380 
373 
521 
1,344 
514 
631 

5,119 



WHITE COUNTY. 



Prairie 

Big Creek . . . . . 

Union 

Monon 

Liberty 

Jackson 

Princeton 

West Point . . . . 

Cass 

Honey Creek. . . . 
Round Grove. . . . 

Total in county. 



537 
247 
722 
406 
310 
457 
369 
249 
226 
230 
214 



3,967 



537 
249 
723 
406 
310 
457 
369 
250 
226 
230 
214 



3,971 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



Cleveland 

Richland 

Troy 

Etna 

Washington . . . . 

Columbia 

Thorn Creek . . . . 

Jefferson 

Union 

Smith 

Total in county. 



660 
445 
226 
139 
394 
1,121 
332 
421 
320 
492 



4,550 



31 



31 



660 
445 
226 
139 
394 
1,121 
332 
421 
320 
523 

4.581 



115 

Total number white. . 540,005 

Total number colored • • • 11,043 



Total number of white and colored 551,048 

I, Bruce Carr, Auditor of State of the State of Indiana, hereby certify that 
the foregoing statement contains the true number of white and colored male in- 
habitants over the age of twenty-one years, resident in the several townships and 
counties in the State of Indiana in the year 1889, as certified to me by the Auditors 
of the several counties in the State. 

BRUCE CARK, 
Indianapolis, October 1, 1889. Auditor of State. 



116 



LEGISLATIVE APP0RTI0:N^MENT. 



The following table gives the Legislative Districts as they 
now exist, and the number of voters in each, as shown by the 
ennmeration of the year 1889: 



LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS. 



COUNTIES. 



M 



O 



H 






Posey 

Vanderburgh 

Warrick 

Spencer 

Perry 

Pike 

Gibson 

Knox 

Knox "I 

Gibson y 

Vanderburgh J 

Daviess 

Sullivan 

Greene 

Dubois "I 

Martin / 

Lawrence "j 

Dubois v 

Orange J 

Orange • . . "» 

Crawford / 

Harrison 

Washington 

Jackson 

Floyd 

Clark 

Jefferson ... 

Kloyd ^ 

Clark [ 

Jefferson j 

Scott ") 

Jennings / 

Deirborn ) 

Ohio [ 

Switzerland J 



4,899 
11,598 
4,957 
5,202 
4,096 
4,243 
5,803 
6,676 
6,676 
5,803 
11,598 

5.775 
5',189 
5,455 
4,315 
2,909 

4,731 
4,315 

3,433 

3.433 
3,076 

4,826 
4,321 
5,483 
6,756 
6,636 
6,160 
6,756 
6,636 
6,160 

1,833 
4,075 

6,364 
1,280 
3.262 



263 

1,119 

157 

349 

56 

23 

286 

136 

136 

286 

1,119 

66 
48 
39 
16 
6 

71 
16 
21 

21 



71 

Vo 

510 

668 
245 
510 
668 
245 



86 

18 
43 
45 



5,162 
12,717 
5,114 
5,551 
4,152 
4,266 
6,089 
6,812 
6,812 
6,812 
12,717 

5,841 
5,237 
5,404 
4,331 
2,915 

4,802 
4,331 
3,454 

3,454 
3,076 

4,897 
4,321 
5,553 
7,266 
7,304 
6,405 
7,266 
7,304 
6,405 

1,833 
4,161 

6,382 
1,323 
3,307 



117 



LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 







T3 


>^ 














l-i 


c 


Om 


,xi 


O 




^ 




o 
O 


l<3 


"o 


^^ 


_ 


— , c 




Kl 


c« 


C3 •" 












o 


O 


O 


(2; 


H 


H 


H 



Dearborn 

Ripley 

Franklin 

Ripley ") 

Franklin V 

Union J 

Decatur 

Bnrtholomew 

Monroe \ 

Brown • / 

Owen 

Clay 

Vigo 

Sullivan ^ 

Vigo . ■ [ 

Vermillion J 

Parke 

Putnam 

Hendricks 

Morgan 

Johnson 

Shelby 

Hancock 

Marion 

Marion 

Hancock 

Shelby • r • • 

Rush 

Henry 

Henry ~l 

Fayette J 

Wayne 

Randolph 

Delaware 

Adams \ 

Jay ( 

Adams 

Jay 

Blackford 

Grant 

Madison 

Hamilton 

Tipton 

Howard-. 

Boone 

Clinton 



6,364 


18 


6,382 


4,861 


12 


4,873 


4,688 


3 


4,691 


4,861 


12 


4,873 


4,688 


3 


. 4,691 


1,936 


40 


1,976 


5,175 


40 


5,215 


5,847 


87 


5,934 


4,013 


93 


4,106 


2,332 




2,332 


3,723 


21 


3,744 


7,632 


137 


7,769 


12,812 


507 


13,319 


5,189 


48 


5,237 


12,812 


507 


13,319 


3,384 


7 


3,391 


5,246 


115 


5,361 


5,399 


94 


5,493 


5,850 


87 


5,937 


4,539 


29 


4,568 


4,869 


94 


4,963 


6,473 


72 


6,545 


4,472 


19 


4,491 


34,663 


2,891 


37,554 


34,663 


2,891 


37,554 


4,472 


19 


4,491 


6,473 


72 


6,545 


5,076 


92 


5,168 


6,304 


136 


6,440 


6,304 


136 


6,440 


3,417 


95 


3,512 


9,679 


391 


10,070 


7,083 


167 


7,250 


7,052 


86 


7,138 


4,762 




4,762 


5,788 


37 


5,825 


4,762 




4,762 


5,788 


37 


5,825 


2,436 


4 


2,440 


7,555 


215 


7,770 


7,967 


43 


8,010 


5,916 


130 


6,076 


4,378 


8 


4,386 


6,023 


138 


6,161 


6,994 


44 


7,038 


7,264 


23 


7,287 



118 



LEGISLATIVE DISTRICTS-Continued. 



COUNTIES. 



Montgomery 

Montgomery "j 

Putnam >■ 

Clay j 

Fountain 

Tippecanoe 

Tippecanoe 1 

Clinton j 

Warren ~) 

Benton J 

Jasper "I 

Newton j 

White \ 

Pulaski J 

Carroll 

Cass 

Miami 

Cass . . , \ 

Miami / 

Wabash .... 

Huntington 

Wells 

Allen 

Allen 1 

Huntington J 

Whitley 

Fulton 

Lake 

Porter 

Laporte 

Laporte "j 

Starke j- 

Pulaski J 

Marshall 

St. Joseph 

Elkhart 

Kosciusko 

Noble 

Dekalb 

Elkhart 

Noble 

Dekalb 

Lagrange 

Steuben 



tf 



O 



_< a 



7,904 
7,904 
5,399 
7,632 

5,132 

9,758 
9,758 
7,264 

3,038 
3,136 

2 741 
2,265 

3,967 
2,786 

4,965 
8,895 
6,596 
8,395 
6,596 

6,876 
7,248 
5,119 
15,973 
15,973 
7,248 

4,550 
4,253 
5,528 
4,729 
8,765 
8,765 
1,757 
2,786 

6,150 

10,922 

10,197 

7,496 

6,097 

6,523 

10,197 

6,097 

6,523 

4,131 
4,019 



97 

97 

94 

137 



92 
92 
23 

3 

9 

2 
14 

4 

2 



54 

36 
54 
36 

50 
6 

56 
56 



31 
10 
14 
7 
46 
46 



80 

19 

20 

4 

5 

19 

4 

5 

4 
1 



8,001 
8,001 
5,493 
7,769 

5,132 

9,850 
9,850 
7,287 

3,041 
3,145 

2,743 

2,279 

3,971 

2,788 

4,973 
8,449 
6,632 
8,449 
6,632 

6,926 
7,254 
5,119 
16,029 
16,029 
7,254 

4,581 
4,263 
5,542 
4,736 
8,811 
8,811 
1,757 
2,788 

6,150 

11,002 

10,216 

7,516 

6,101 

6.528 

10,216 

6,101 

6,528 

4,135 
4,020 



119 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS 



As they now exist, and the nnmber of voters in each, as shown 
by the enumeration of the year 1889 : 



COUNTIES. 



o 



.so 






Posey ") 

Gibson / 

Vanderburgh 

Warrick .....) 

Spencer j 

Knox ) 

Pike / 

Dubois "> 

Perry j 

Daviess "t 

Martin j 

Sullivan .... I 

Greene / 

Orange \ 

Crawford j- 

Harrison J 

Floyd. \ 

Washington \ 

Clark \ 

Jefferson j 

Clark -J 

Scott I 

Jennings J 

Jackson "i 

Lawrence j 

Dearborn ) 

Ohio \ 

Switzerland ... j 

Ripley 7 . . "j 

Franklin \ 

Union j 



4,899 
5.803 

11,598 

4,957 
5,202 

6,676 
4,243 

4,315 
4,096 

5,775 
2,909 

5,189 
5,455 

3,433 
3,076 
4,826 

6,756 
4,321 

6,636 
6,160 

6,636 
1,833 
4,075 

5,483 
4,731 

6,364 
1,280 
3,262 

4,861 

4,688 
1,936 



263 
286 

1,119 

157 
349 

136 
23 

16 
56 

66 
6 

48 
39 

21 

71 

510 

668 
245 

668 

86 

70 
71 

18 
43 
45 

12 
3 

40 



5,162 
6,089 

12,717 

5,114 

5,551 

6,812 
4,266 

4,331 
4,152 

5,841 
2,915 

5,237 
5,494 



3,454 
3,076 
4,897 

7,266 
4,321 



7,304 
6,405 



7,304 
1,833 
4,161 



5,553 

4,802 



6,382 
1,323 
3,307 



4,873 
4,691 
1,976 



] 1,251 
12,717 

10,665 

11,078 

8,48a 

8,75& 

10,731 

11,427 
11,587 
13,709 

13,298 
10,355 

11,012 

11,540 



120 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS-Continued. 



COUNTIES. 







TS 


^ 


d ■ 




<v 


ii 








Is 


o 

6 


s 

3 


a ^ 
P. 




d 


cS 


eS 
















O 


O 





° rt 




H 


H 


H 


H 




6,473 


72 


6,545 






5,175 


40 


5,215 


11,760 




5,847 


87 


5,934 




2,332 




2,332 






4,013 


93 


4,106 


12,372 




4,539 


29 


4,568 






4,869 


94 


4,963 






2,332 




2,332 


11,863 




7,632 


137 


7,769 




3,723 


21 


3,744 












11,513 




12,812 


507 


13,319 










13,319 




5,246 


115 


5,861 




S,384 


7 


3,391 


8,752 




5,399 


94 


5,493 




5,850 


87 


5,937 












11,430 




7,264 


23 


7,287 




2 


6,994 


44 


7,038 






7,904 


97 


8 001 


22,326 


2 


34,663 


2,891 


37,554 


37,554 




34,663 


2,891 


37,554 




4,472 


]9 


4 491 






6,473 


72 


6,545 


48,590 




4,472 


19 


4,491 




5,076 


92 


5,168 


9,659 




6,304 


136 


6,440 






3,417 


95 


3,512 


9,952 




9,679 


391 


10,070 


10,070 




7,052 


86 


7,138 






7,083 


167 


7,250 


14,388 




4,762 




4,762 




5,788 


37 


5,825 






2,436 


4 


2,440 


13,027 




7,555 


215 


7,770 






7,967 


43 


8,010 


15,780 




9,758 


92 


9,850 


9,850 



Shelby 1 

Decatur J 

Bartholomew 

Brown 

Monroe 

Morgan 

Johnson 

Brown 

Clay 1 

Owen. J 

Vigo 

Parke ■» 

Vermillion / 

Putnam \ 

Hendricks. j 

Clinton I 

Boone j- 

Montgomery J 

Marion 

Marion 

Hancock 

Shelby 

Hancock ~| 

Kush i 

Henry 1 

Fayette J 

Wayne 

Delaware \ 

Kandolph / 

Adams 

Jay 

Blackford 

Grant ") 

Madison j 

Tippecanoe 



121 



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 



o 



qo 



02 .a 

,~ CO 

e2^ 



Warren )^ 

Fountain J 

Newton 

Jasper 

Benton ...•••-.••• 

White 

Pnlaeki 

Carroll 

Cass 

Miami 1 

Howard. . . . / 

Wells I 

Huntington j 

Allen 

Allen 1 

Whitley / 

Kosciusko ") 

Wabash / 

Marshall "> 

Fulton J 

Lake ") 

Porler j 

Laporte 

St. Joseph "I 

Starke / 

Elkhart 

Tipton 1 

Hamilton j 

Noble ^ 

Dekalb / 

Lagrange ) 

Steuben / 



3,038 
5,132 

2,265 
2,741 
3,136 

3,967 
2,786 
4,965 

8,395 

6,596 
6,023 

5,119 

7,248 

15,973 

15,973 
4,550 

7,496 
6,876 

6,150 
4,253 

5,528 
4,729 

8,765 

10,922 

1,757 

10,197 

4,378 
5,946 

6,097 
6,523 

4,131 
4,019 



3 


3,041 




5,132 


14 


2,279 


2 


2,743 


9 


3,145 


4 
2 


3,971 

2,788 


8 


4,973 


54 


8,449 


36 
138 


6,632 
6,161 


" 6 


5,119 
7,254 


56 


16,029 


56 
31 


16,029 
4,581 


20 
50 


7,516 
6,926 


10 


6,150 
4,263 


14 


5,542 


7 


4,736 


46 


8,811 


80 


11,002 




1,757 


19 


10,216 


8 
130 


4,386 
6,076 


4 
5 


6,101 
6,528 


4 

1 


4,135 
4,020 



8,173 

8,167 

11,732 

8,449 

12,793 

1 2,373 
16,029 

20,610 

14 442 

10,413 

10,278 

8,811 

12,769 
10,216 

10,462 

12,629 

8,155 



122 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS 

Ab they are now formed, with the enumeration of voters taken 
during the year 1889. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



White. 



Colored. 



Total. 



Posey . . . . 

Oibeon . . . 
Vanderburgh 

Warrick . . 

Pike . . . . 

Spencer . . . 

Perry . . . . 

Total . . 



4,899 
5,803 
11,598 
4,957 
4,243 
5,202 
4,096 



40,798 



263 

286 

1,119 

157 

23 
349 

56 



2.253 



5,162 
6,089 
12,717 
5,114 
4,266 
5,551 
4,152 



43,051 



SECOND DISTRICT. 



Knox . . 
Greene . 
Daviess . 
Mai-tin - 
Dubois . 
Lawrence 
Orange . 
Crawford 

Total 



6,676 


136 


5,455 


39 


5,775 


66 


2,909 


6 


4,315 


16 


4,731 


71 


3,433 


21 


3,076 




.6,370 


355 



6,812 
5,494 
5,841 
2,915 
4,331 
4,802 
3,454 
3,076 



56,725 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



Harrison 
Washington 

Jackson . . 
•Jennings 

Scott . . . 

Clark . . . 

Floyd . . . 

Total . 



4,826 
4,321 
5,483 
4,075 
1,833 
6,636 
6,756 



33,930 



71 



70 

86 



668 
510 



1.405 



4,897 
4,321 
5,553 
4,161 
1,833 
7,304 
7,266 



35,335 



123 

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS— Continued. 
FOURTH DISTRICT. 



:]OUNTIES. 



White. 



Colored. 



Total. 



Jefferson 

Ripley . . 

Decatur . . 

Union . . 
Franklin 

Dearborn . 

Ohio . . . 
Switzerland 

Total . 



6,160 
4,861 
5,175 
1,936 
4,688 
6,364 
1,280 
3,262 



33,726 



245 


6,405 


12 


4,873 


40 


5,215 


40 


1,976 


3 


4,691 


18 


6,383 


43 


1,327 


45 


3,302 



446 



34,172 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Owen . . . . 

Putnam . . . 

Hendricks . . 

Morgan . . . 

Monroe . . . 

Brown . . . 

Johnson . . . 
Bartholomew 

Total . . 



36,572 



3,723 


21 


3,744 


5,399 
5,850 
4,539 
4,013 


94 
87 
29 
93 


5,493 
5,937 
4,568 
4,106 


2,332 




2,332 


4,869 
5,847 


94 
87 


4,963 
5,934 



505 



37,077 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 



Henrv 
Delaware 
Randolph 
Wayne . 
Fayette . 
Rush . . 

Total 



6,304 


136 


6,440 


7,052 


86 


7,138 


7,083 


167 


7,250 


9,679 


391 


10,070 


3,417 


95 


3,512 


5,076 


92 


5,168 


38,611 


967 


39,578 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Marion . 
Madison 
Hancock 
Shelby . 

Total 



34,663 
7,967 
4,472 
6,473 



53,575 



2,891 
43 
19 
72 



3,025 



37,554 
8,010 
4,491 
6,545 



56,600 



124 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS— Continued. 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



White. Colored. 



Total. 



Sullivan 
Vigo . . . 
Clay . . . 
Parke . . . 
Vermillion 
Fountain 
Montgomery 

Total . 



5,189 
12,810 
7,632 
5,246 
3,384 
5,132 
7,904 



47,297 



48 


5,237 


507 


13,317 


137 


7,769 


115 


5,361 


7 


3,391 




5,132 


97 


8,001 



911 



48.208 



NINTH DISTRICT. 



Boone . 
Tippecanoe 
Clinton . . 
Tipton . . 
Hamilton . 
Howard . • 
Benton . . 
Warren . . 

Total . 



6,994 
9,758 
7,264 
4,378 
6,946 
6,023 
3,136 
3,038 



46,537 



447 



44 


7,038 


92 


9,850 


23 


7,287 


8 


4,38S 


130 


6,076 


138 


6,161 


9 


3,145 


3 


3,041 



46,984 



TENTH DISTRICT. 



Carroll 

Cass . . 

White . 

Fulton . 

Pulaski . 

Newton . 
Jasper 

Lake . . 

Porter . . 

Total 



4,965 


8 


4,973 


8,395 


54 


8,449 


3,967 


4 


3,971 


4,253 


10 


4,263 


2,786 


2 


2,788 


2,265 


14 


2,279 


2,741 


2 


2,743 


5,528 


14 


5,542 


4,729 


7 


4,736 


39,629 


115 


39,744 



125 



CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS— Contiimed. 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



White. 



Colored. 



Total. 



Grant . . . 
Miami . . 
Wabash - . 
Huntington 
Wells . . . 
Adams . . 
Jay . . . . 
Blackford . 

Total . 



7,555 
6,596 
6,876 
7,248 
5,119 
4,762 
5,788 
2,436 



46,380 



215 

36 

50 

6 



37 
4 



348 



7,770 
6,632 
6,926 
7,254 
5,119 
4,762 
5,825 
2,440 



46,728 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Allen . . 
Whitley . 
Noble . . 
Dekalb . 
Lagrange 
Steuben . 

Total 



15,973 
4,550 
6,097 
6,523 
4,131 
4,019 



41,293 



56 
31 
4 
5 
4 
1 



101 



16,029 
4,581 
6,101 
6,528 
4,135 
4,020 



41,394 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Starke . 
Laporte . 
St. Joseph 
Marshall 
Elkhart . 
Kosciusko 

Total 



1,767 

8,765 
10,922 

6,150 
10,197 

7,496 



45,287 



46 
80 



19 
20 



165 



1,757 

8,811 
11,002 

6,150 
10,216 

7,516 



45,452 



LAND DEPARTMENT, 



LAKD DEPARTMENT. 



Herewitli is submitted ii report of the trunsactioiis of the 
Land Department, so far as they relate to matters of record. 
The principal work of this department is confined to answering 
letters of inquiry relating to land entries and original surveys. 
Hundreds of such letters are received annually, and the inves- 
tigations required consume much time and labor. 

As will be seen by the list given below, there is but little land 
now belonging to the State. There are a number of town lots 
and small parcels of laud forfeited to the State for non-pay- 
ment of taxes, as provided by the act of March 2, 1883, which 
are not included in said lists. These lands are of little value, 
and the expense of sale under existing laws would amount to 
more than could be realized from them. They should, how- 
ever, be bearing their proportion of taxation. I would suggest 
that legislation be had that would authorize this Department 
to transfer the title of the State upon appraisement, and with- 
out advertisement. 

There still remains in this office a large numl)er of patents, 
conveying A^^abash and Erie Canal lands. The law directs that 
these be recorded in the county where the land is situate, and 
until this is done there will be a defect in the title to these 
lands. Patents, some issued by the State as early as 1832, and 
others by the trustees of the canal as late as 1876, are here for 
lands in Allen, Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clay, Crawford, Daviess, 
Dubois, Fulton, Gibson, Greene, Huntington, Jasper, Knox, 
Kosciusko, Lake, Lawrence, Marshall, Martin, Miami, Monroe, 
Newton, ISToble, Orange, Owen, Parke, Perry, Pike, Posey, 
Pulaski, Putnam, Spencer, Sullivan, Vanderburgh, Vermillion, 
Wabash, Warrick, White and Whitley Counties. It is hoped 
that the owners of canal lands in the counties named, who 
have not yet obtained their patents, and had them recorded, 
will do so at once, in order that their title may be made perfect. 
9 — AuD. Paet II. 



130 

A list of swamp and university lands remaining unpatented 
is herewith given. While the records of this office show the 
sale of a few of these tracts, I am satisfied that had the depart- 
ment the means of prosecuting an inquiry into the condition of 
title to these lands, most of it will be found to still belong to 
the State, although it was not so reported under the act of 1883. 
In many cases where the State has sold the land I think it will 
be found that the purchasers have failed to complete their pay- 
ments, and the title has thus reverted to the State. 



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LANDS HELD BY THE STATE BY DEEDS. 



Marion County. 

The east half ' of the strip of land lying south of the cross-cut of the Central 
Canal, in the city of Indianapolis, more particularly described as follows, to-wit ; 
Commencing at the junction of Market and West Streets, and running thence w^st 
on the line of Market Street to the western boundary of the land known on the plat 
of the city of Indianapolis as " the reservation ; " thence north to the southern base 
of the embankment of said canal; thence east along said canal embankment to 
West Street ; thence south to Market Street, the place of beginning. The title to 
this tract of land was held to be in the State in the suit of the State of Indiana vs. 
The Water Works Company of Indianapolis, by a decree of the Hendricks Circuit 
Court, rendered at the January Term, 1879. 

This tract is held by the Indianapolis Benevolent Society, under a leape exe- 
cuted by M. D. Manson, Auditor of State, April 1, 1880. The existing laws do not 
authorize its sale. 

* Starke County. 



Description of the Tract. 



Part of Section. 






05 



Con- 
tents. 



Kinds of Land. 



S E quarter N E quarter 
S W quarter N E quarter 



34 N 
34 N 



2 W 
2 W 



40 
40 



00 
00 



* Conveyed to the State by Daniel A. Farley to indemnify the State against 
losses to the Swamp Land Fund and the University Land Fund, which losses, to 
the amount of two thousand dollars, had occurred through defalcations made by 
said Farley while Treasurer of Pulaski County. 

In addition to the foregoing, the State holds title to the following described 
premises, which have not been appraised or oflered for sale : 

Lots 242 and 243, in E. J. Peck's subdivision of the south part of out lot 134> 
in the city of Indianapolis. Conveyed to the State by E. J. Peck and wife, in con- 
sideration of 140, and with this provision : " Said lots to be used as a place of 
burial for the dead, and for no other use whatever, and if otherwise used, then to 
be forfeited to the original proprietors, their heirs or assigns." 



137 



SWAMP LANDS SOLD, BUT UNPATENTED. 



The following is a list of Swamp Lands remaining unpatented. 
Many of these tracts have doubtless been sold for some time, 
but the purchasers have thus far neglected to have patents is- 
sued. The present owners of these tracts should forward to 
this ofhce, without further delay, the certificates of final pay- 
ment, and have the proper patents issued therefor : 



Allen County. 



Description of the Tract. 






Contents. 


Part of Section. 


a 

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N E quarter S W quarter . . . ■. 


29 


31 N 


11 E 


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15 
15 


7 N 
7 N 


5 E 
5 E 


40 
40 


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00 



S W quarter N W quarter 



Bromn County. 



12 ! 7 N 



1 E 



40 



00 



Cass County. 


N E quarter S W quarter . . - 
N W quarter S W quarter 




1 
1 


28 N 
28 N 


2 E 
2 E 


40 
40 


00 
00 








Clay County. 




8 


9N 


7W 


40 


00 






Dekalb County. 


N W quarter N W quarter . . 




17 


33 N 


13 E 


40 


00 








Daviess County. 


N E fraction E of river 


5 


5 N 


6W 


3 


00 







138 



Dubois County. 



Deschiption of the Tract. 



Contents. 



Part of Section. 


Seetion. 

T'p. 

Range. 


Acres. 
H'dths. 




31 1 N 
9 1 1 S 

6 . 2 S 


3W 
4 W 


40 ' 00 




4fi , no 




5W 40 1 no 









Fulton Crunty. 



S W quarter S E quarter . . . 

N E quarter N W quarter . . 

S W quarter S E quarter . . , 

N E quarter N E quarter . . . 

N W quarter N E quarter . . 

S W quarter N E quarter . . 

S W quarter S E quarter . . . 
Lot 1, or W half N E quarter, 



18 


30 N 


1 E 


40 


36 


30 N 


1 E 


40 


4 


31 N 


1 E 


40 


35 


31 N 


1 B 


40 


31 


SON 


2 E 


40 


31 


30 N 


2 E 


40 





29 N 


2 E 


40 


■ 21 


30 N 


5 E 


60 



Gibson County. 



S E quarter S E quarter 

Lots 

S half N B fraction of N E quarter 

N E quarter S E quarter 

N W quarter S E quarter , 

S E quarter S E quarter 

S W quarter S E quarter 

N E quarter N E quarter 

S E quarter W E quarter 

S W quarter N E quarter 

N W quarter N E quarter 

S E quarter N W quarter . . . . 

S W quarter S E quarter 

S E quarter N E quarter 

S W quarter N W quarter 

N W quarter N E quarter 

S E quarter S E quarter 

S B quarter N W quarter 



30 


2S 


12 W 


40 


9 


2 S 


12 W 


37 


17 


2 S 


12 W 


23 


10 


2 S 


12 W 


40 


10 


2 S 


12 W 


40 


10 


2 S 


12 W 


40 


10 


2 S 


12 W 


40 


27 


3 S 


13 W 


40 


27 


3 S 


13 W 


40 


27 


3 S 


13 W 


40 


27 


SS 


13 W 


40 


29 


2 S 


12 W 


40 


24 


3 S 


14 W 


40 


S 


2 S 


9W 


40 


SO 


1 S 


9W 


37 


31 


1 S 


9W 


40 


32 


1 S 


11 W 


40 


28 


1 s 


11 w 


40 



Greene County. 



N W quarter N E quarter 
S W quarter N E quarter. 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
S E quarter iS W quarter . 
N E quarter If W quarter 
N W quarter N W quarter 
S E quarter N W quarter. 
S W quarter N W quarter 
N E quarter S W quarter. 
N E quarter N E quarter . 
N W quarter N E quarter 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
N E quarter N E quarter . 
N W quarter N E quarter. 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
S W quarter N E quarter 
N E quarter N W quarter 
S E quarter N W quarter . 
S B quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter. 
N W quarter S W quarter 
N E quarter N W quarter 
S E quarter N W quarter . 
N E quarter S W quarter. 



6 


6N 


6W 


61 


6 


6N 


6W 


61 


- 9 


6 N 


6W 


40 


3 


7N 


6W 


40 


3 


7 N 


6W 


40 


5 


7 N 


6W 


42 


5 


7 N 


6W 


42 


5 


7 N 


6 VV 


42 


5 


7 N 


6W 


42 


5 


7 N 


6W 


40 


8 


7 N 


6W 


40 


8 


7 N 


6W 


40 


8 


7 N 


6W 


40 


9 


7 N 


6W 


40 


9 


7 N 


6 W 


40 


9 


7 N 


6W 


40 


9 


7 N 


6W 


40 


4 


6 N 


7W 


26 


4 


6 N 


7W 


26 


34 


7 N 


7W 


40 


34 


7N 


7W 


40 


9 


7 N 


6W 


40 


30 


8 N 


6W 


40 


30 


8 N 


6W 


40 


9 


7 N 


6W 


40 



139 



Hancock County. 



Description 


OF THE Tract. 






CONTKNTS. 


Part of Section. 


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40 


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N W quarter N W quarter . 

N E quarter S E quarter . . 

N W quarter S E quarter . . 

S E quarter S E quarter . . 

S W quarter S B quarter . . 

N E quarter N E quarter . . 

N W quarter S W quarter . 

■S E quarter N W quarter . . 

S E quarter N W quarter . . 
N E quarter N W quarter 

N W quarter N W quarter . 

S W quarter N W quarter . 

N E quarter S E quarter . . 

N W quarter S E quarter . . 
S E quarter S B quarter 

S W quarter S E quarter . . 

N E quarter S W quarter . . 

N E quarter N E quarter . . 

N W quarter N E quarter . 

8 E quarter N E quarter . . 

S W quarter N E quarter . . 

Fraction in S K quarter. . . 

S E quarter N E quarter . . 
S W quarter in N E quarter 

. Fraction in S E qaarter . . 

N E quarter N W quarter . 

N E quarter N W quarter . 
N \V quarter N W quarter 

S E quarter N W quarter . . 

S W quarter N W quarter . 



27 


30 N 


5 W 


40 


19 


32 N 


6 W 


40 


19 


32 N 


6W 


40 


1 19 


32 N 


6 W 


40 


t 1^ 


32 N 


6W 


40 


31 


29 N 


7W 


40 


7 


30 N 


7 W 


38 


27 


30 N 


7 W 


40 


14 


31 N 


7W 


40 


15 


31 N 


7W 


40 


15 


31 N 


7W 


40 


15 


31 N 


7W 


40 


30 


31 N 


7W 


40 


30 


31 N 


7W 


40 


30 


31 N 


7W 


40 


30 


31 N 


7W 


40 


30 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


35 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


35 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


35 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


36 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


8 


32 N 


7 W 


1 


11 


32 N 


7W 


40 


11 


32 N 


7W 


40 


25 


33 N 


7 W 


2 


a5 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


36 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


36 


31 N 


7 W 


40 


36 


31 N 


7W 


40 


36 


31 N 


7 W 


40 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
20 
00 
00 
10 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



BRIGHT LANDS. 



S E quarter N E quarter 

kSW quarter N E quarter. ... . . . . 

N W quarter N E quarter (except five acres) 
N E quarter S E quarter 



29 


28 N 


i6V{ 


29 


28 N 


6W 


30 


28 N 


6W 


30 


28 N 


6 W 



Jackson County. 



Fraction E of river in S E quarter 

S E fraction N o' river 

N E quarter S W quarter 

N W quarter S W quarter ... 

N W quarter S W quarter 

Fraction E of river, S W quarter S E quarter . 
Fraction S of river, S E quarter N W quarter . 
Fraction N of river, N E quarter 6 W quarter. 
Fraction N of river, N W quarter S W quarter 
N W quarter N W quarter 



22 


4 N 


4 E 


1 


24 


4 N 


4 E 


6 


1 


6 N 


4 E 


40 


1 


6 N 


4 E 


40 


33 


6 N 


4 E 


40 


26 


4 N 


5 E 


2 


27 


4 N 


5 E 


1 


30 


4 N 


5 E 


3 


30 


4 N 


5 E 


2 


20 


4 N 


5 E 


40 



140 

Jay County. 



Description of the Tract. 


Contents. 


Part of Section. 


Section. 


fi. 


i 

a 


u 

< 


5 




34 


23N 


13 B 


40 


40 






Knox County. 



Lot No. 3 

S W quarter N W quarter. 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter N E quarter . 

Lot No. 2 

N W quarter S W quarter. 
S E quarter S E quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
N W quarter S E quarter . 
S W quarter S E quarter . 



6 


N 


7W 


43 


6 


IN 


low 


36 


31 


2 N 


low 


30 


11 


4N 


low 


40 


6 


1 S 


11 w 


25 


13 


IN 


11 w 


40 


14 


IN 


11 w 


40 


34 


2N 


11 w 


40 


14 


4N 


8W 


40 


14 


4N 


8W 


40 



70 
87 
54 
00 
84 
00 
00 
OO 
00 
00 



Kosciusko County. 



S W quarter N E quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
N W quarter N W quarter 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
N E quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter S E quarter . 
N W quarter S W quarter. 

Lot No. 7 

Lots Nos. 1 and 2 

N E quarter N W quarter. 




Lagrange County. 



N E quarter N E quarter 



11 



36N 



HE 



40 



00 



Lake County. 



N E quarter S W quarter . 
S E quarter N W quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter N W quarter 



28 


32 N 


9W 


40 


5 


33 N 


7W 


40 


5 


33 N 


7W 


40 


10 


35N 


9 W 


40 



Laporte County. 



Lot No. 5, S of River 

S W quarter N W quarter 

N E quarter N W quarter 

S E quarter N W quarter 

S E quarter S W quarter 

Fractional E half, E of River, S E quarter 

N W quarter N W quarter 

S W quarter S E quarter 

S W quarter N W quarter 



8 


35 N 


1 W 


32 


21 


35N 


IW 


40 


32 


35N 


2 W 


40 


32 


35N 


2W 


40 


32 


35N 


2 W 


40 


33 


35 N 


2 W 


5 


9 


34 N 


3 W 


40 


22 


34 N 


3 W 


40 


29 


35 N 


3W 


40 



141 



Marshall County. 



Description of the Tract. 



Contents. 



Part of Section. 



N W quarter S W quarter. 
Lot No. 6 in N W quarter. 
Lot No. 7 in N W quarter. 
Lot No. 4 in S W quarter . 
Lot No. 3 in N W quarter. 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
Lot No. 7 in S W quarter. 
Lot No. 2 in N W quarter. 
Lot No. 3 in N. W quarter 
N W quarter S W quarter. 
N W quarter S W quarter. 
N W quarter N E quarter. 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
S E quarter N W quarter. 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
S E quarter S W quarter . 
S E quarter S W quarter . 
N W quarter S W quarter. 



17 

18 

18 

18 

30 

30 

30 

31 

31 

6 

29 

23 

23 

4 

4 

8 

4 

10 
24 



32 N 
32 N 
32 N 
32 N 
32 N 
32 N 
32 N 
32 N 

32 N 

33 N 

33 N 
35 N 
35 N 
32 N 
32 N 
32 N 
32 N 

34 N 

35 N 



1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 
1 E 

1 E 

2 E 



3 E 



40 
40 
40 
66 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
64 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



00 
00 
00 
80 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
67 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



Martin County. 



S W quarter 8 W quarter . 
N W quarter N W quarter 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
N ^y quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter S E quarte' . 
B W quarter N W quarter. 
N E quarter S W quarter . 



28 


2N 


4 W 


40 


9 


3N 


4 W 


40 


18 


3 N 


4 W 


40 


27 


4N 


4 W 


40 


1 


5N 


4 W 


40 


12 


IN 


5 W 


40 


13 


IN 


5 W 


40 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



Monroe County. 



N E quarter N W quarter, 
S E quarter S B quarter. 
S E quarter N W quarter 



27 


7 N 


1 E 


40 


15 


8 N 


1 E 


40 


35 


10 N 


1 W 


35 1 

1 



Newton County. 



N E quarter N E quarter . 
•N W quarter N E quarter. 
Lot No. 9 in N E quarter . 
S W quarter iS W quarter . 



13 


31 N 


10 W 


40 


17 


28 N 


9 W 


40 


1 


31 N 


9 W 


30 


2 


31 N 


9 W 


40 



Noble County. 



N W quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter N W quarter. 



30 


33 N 


9 W 


39 


30 


33 N 


9 W 


39 



142 

Pike County. 



Description op the Tract. 


Contents. 


Piirt of Section. 


o 

ID 


T'p. 


Range. 


Acres. 
H'dths. 


N E quarter N E quarter 


20 
8 


3 S 

1 S 


7 W 
7 W 


40 00 
40 00 







Porter County. 



S E quarter N W quarter ' 
Fraction west of river . . 

Lot No. 3 

N W quarter N E quarter 
Fraction east of river . . 
N W quarter S B quarter 



14 


34 N 


5 W 


40 


10 


32 N 


7 W 


31 


36 


37 N 


7 W 


30 


2 


24 N 


5 W 


40 


1 


32 N 


6 W 


1 


35 


37 N 


7 W 


40 



Posey County. 



N B quarter S W quarter 
S W quarter N B quarter 



7 S 

7 S 



14 W 
14 W 



Pulaski County. 



S W quarter S W quarter 
N B quarter S E quarter . 
S W quarter S E quarter 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
S B quarter N W quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter S W quarter 
S W quarter S E quarter . 
N W quarter S W quarter 
S W quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter 
S E quarter N W quarter 
S E quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter 
]S E quarter N E quarter . 
S-E quarter N E qunrter . 
S W quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter S W qunrter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
N E qunrter N W (luarter 
S E quarter N W (luarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter S W quarter 
N W quarter S W quarter 
N W quarter N E (luarter 
S E quarter N E quarter • 
N R (luarter N W (lunrter 
S B quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter N W <iuarter . 
S W quarter S W (luarter 
S W quarter N W (luarter 
S W quarter N E (niartcr 
N W quarter N W quarter 
S W (luarter N W quarter 
N E quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
S E quarter N W quarter 
N E quarter N E quarter . 



13 


29 N 


IW 


40 


13 


30 N 


1 W 


40 


13 


30 N 


1 W 


40 


14 


30 N 


1 W 


40 


14 


30 N 


1 W 


40 


13 


31 N 


1 W 


40 


23 


31 N 


1 W 


40 


35 


31 N 


IW 


40 


35 


31 N 


1 w 


40 


22 


30 N 


2 W 


40 


2 


31 N 


2W 


40 





31 N 


2 W 


40 


17 


31 N 


2W 


40 


25 


31 N 


2W 


40 


34 


31 N 


2 W 


40 


36 


31 N 


2 W 


40 


36 


31 N 


2 W 


40 


2 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


3 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


3 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


11 


29 N 


3 AV 


40 


13 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


14 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


14 


29 N 


3 VV 


40 


27 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


34 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


34 


29 N 


3 W 


40 


34 


29 N 


3W 


40 


2 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


3 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


10 


30 N 


3W 


40 


11 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


13 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


13 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


13 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


22 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


25 


30 N 


3 W 


40 


25 


30 N 


3W 


40 


26 


30 N 


3W 


40 



143 



Pulaski County — Continued. 



Descbiption of the Tract. 



CONTKNTS. 



Part of Section. 



S E quarter N W quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
N B quarter N E quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
S B quarter N E quarter . 
S B quarter N W quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
N E quarter N E quarter . 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
N W quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter N W quarter . 
S W quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter JM B quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
S B quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter S B quarter . 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
S B quarter N W quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
N E quarter N E quarter . 
S E quarter N W quarter . 
N W quarter S B quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
N AV quarter S W quarter. 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
N W quarter N E quarter. 



26 

27 

29 

29 

4 

6 

6 

8 

19 

20 

20 

20 

29 

2 

10 

15 

15 

2 

12 
12 
11 
11 
12 
12 
13 
21 
32 
35 
29 



30 N 


3 W 


30 N 


3W 


30 N 


3W 


30 N 


3W 


31 N 


3W 


31 N 


3 W 


31 N 


3W 


31 N 


3W 


31 N 


3W 


31 N 


3W 


31 N 


3W 


31 N 


3 W 


31 N 


3 W 


29 N 


4W 


29 N 


4W 


29 N 


4 W 


29 N 


4W 


SON 


4W 


30 N 


4W 


30 N 


4 W 


31 N 


4W 


31 N 


4 W 


31 N 


4 W 


31 N 


4W 


31 N 


4W 


31 N 


4W 


31 iN 


4W 


31 N 


4W 


31 N 


4 W 



40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
38 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 



Starke County. 



N E quarter S W quarter . 
N E quarter S E quarter . 
N W quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter N E quarter . 
N W quarter N E quarter. 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
N B quarter N W quarter. 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
N E quarter S W quarter. 
S E quarter N W quarter . 
N E quarter S VV quarter . 
S B quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
Lot No. 1 in N E quarter . 
Lot No. 2 in N E quarter . 
S E quarter N E quarter . 
Not No. 3 in N W quarter. 
Lot No. 4 in N W quarter. 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
S E quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
N W quarter S W quarter. 
S E quarter S W quarter . 
S W quarter S W quarter . 
N E quarter S E quarter . 
N W quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter N W quarter. 
N W quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter N W quarter. 
Lot ISo 3 in N E quarter . 
N E quarter S B quarter . 



19 


33 N 


IW 


40 


3 


34 N 


IW 


40 


4 


34 N 


1 W 


40 


12 


34N 


IW 


40 


12 


34 N 


1 w 


40 


12 


34 N 


1 w 


40 


12 


34 N 


IW 


40 


1 


32 N 


2W 


38 


9 


32 N 


2W 


40 


10 


32 N 


2W 


40 


33 


32 N 


2W 


40 


4 


33 N 


1 W 


40 


10 


33 N 


2W 


40 


34 


34 N 


2W 


40 


34 


34 N 


2W 


40 


36 


34N 


3 W 


40 


22 


33 N 


3W 


35 


22 


33 N 


3W 


65 


22 


33 N 


3 W 


40 


22 


33 N 


3 W 


56 


22 


33 N 


3W 


20 


23 


33 N 


3 W 


40 


22 


32 N 


3W 


40 


27 


33 N 


3 W 


40 


27 


33 N 


3W 


40 


27 


33 N 


3 W 


40 


27 


33 N 


3W 


40 


19 


32 N 


4W 


40 


19 


32 N 


4 W 


40 


13 


33 N 


2W 


40 


27 


32 N 


3W 


40 


27 


32 N 


3W 


40 


25 


34 N 


W 


35 


1 


33 N 


2W 


40 



144 



St. Joseph County. 



Description of the Tract. 


COVTEKTS. 


Part of Section. 


a 
o 

o 


^ 


<B 


Acres. 
H'dths. 




12 :« N 


IW 


40 


00 











Steuben County. 



. N E quarter S E quarter 



18 i 38 N 12 E 40 00 



Sullivan County. 



S W quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter N B quarter . 
S B quarter N W quarter. 
N W quarter N E quarter 
S W quarter N E quarter 
N W quarter N E quarter 
N B quarter N W quarter 
N W quarter N W quarter 
S E quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter N W quarter 



12 


6 N 


low 


40 


13 


6 N 


low 


40 


35 


8 N 


11 w 


40 


5 


8 N 


8 W 


40 




TN 


11 w 


31 




7 N 


11 w 


31 




7 N 


11 w 


30 




7 N 


11 w 


30 




7 N 


11 w 


. 30 




7 N 


11 w 


30 



Note. — The Auditor of Sullivan County has not yet reported what tracts, if any, of the 
above described are still unsold; hence, this list shows only those which are unpatented. 



White County. 




Whitley County. 



N W quarter S E quarter 
N W quarter S E quarter 
N B quarter S W quarter 
S E qu.arter N E quarter 



26 


33 N 


8 E 


40 


8 


31 N 


10 B 


40 


8 


31 N 


10 E 


40 


2 


32 N 


10 E 


40 



145 



UNIVERSITY LANDS SOLD, BUT UNPATENTED. 



The following is a list of University lands which appear to 
have been sold, but for some reason the State has never con- 
veyed them by patents to the purchasers. 

See the remarks made concerning swamp lands sold, but 
unpatented, which apply to these lands as well. 



UNIVERSITY LANDS SOLD, BUT UNPATENTED, 

Crawford Cowntij. 



Dksceiption of thr Tract. 


Contents. 


Part of Section. 


a 
.2 

o 

m 




P5 


< 


5 


NW quarters E quarter 


35 
35 
11 


2S 
2S 
3S 


2W 
2W 
2W 


40 
40 
40 


00 
00 




00 






Dubois County. 



N E quarter S W quarter . 
S E quarter S W quarter . 
N W quarter S B quarter . 
S W quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter N E quarter . 



2, 


2S 


6W 


40 


27 


2S 


6W 


40 i 


27 


2S 


6W 


40 


27 


2S 


6W 


40 


2 


38 


3W 


38 


15 


IS 


3W 


40 


21 


3S 


3W 


40 


2] 


3S 


3W 


40 


21 


3S 


3W 


40 



Jasper County. 



S E quarter S E quarter . 
S E quarter N E quarter 
N E quarter S E quarter 
S E quarter S E quarter 
N E quarter N W quarter 



6 


28 N 


7W 


40 1 


10 


28 N 


6W 


40 


10 


28 N 


6W 


40 


3 


SON 


6W 


40 


21 


30 N 


6W 


40 



Newton County. 




17 

18 
18 


29 N 
29 N 
29 N 


9W 
9W 
9W 


40 
40 
40 


00 




00 


S E quarter N W quarter 


00 



10— AuD. Part II. 



146 



Orange County. 



Description of the Tract. 



Contents. 



Part of Section. 



S W quarter N E quarter 
N E quarter S W quarter 
S E quarter S W quarter 
N B quarter N E quarter 
S W quarter S W quarter 



1 S 

1 N 

1 N 

1 N 

1 S 



2W 
2W 

2W 
2W 
2W 



Perry County. 



N E quarter S W quarter. 



4 S 



2W 



40 



00 



Pulaski County. 



S W quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter N E quarter . 
W half N W quarter . . . 
N E quarter S B quarter . 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
N E quarter N W quarter. 
N E quarter S E quarter . 
N E quarter S W quarter . 
N W quarter S W quarter. 
N W quarter N W quarter 
S W quarter S E quarter . 



5 


29 N 


3W 


40 


9 


29 N 


1 W 


40 


1 


29 N 


3 W 


61 


2 


29 N 


3W 


40 


9 


28 N 


3W 


40 


9 


29 N 


3W 


40 


10 


29 N 


3W 


40 


18 


29 N 


3W 


40 


28 


29 N 


3W 


40 


5 


30 N. 


2 W 


36 


32 


30 N 


2W 


40 



Pike Couyity. 



S E quarter N E quarter 
S E quarter N E quarter 



2 S 
2 S 



6 W 
6 W 



Warrick County. 



N E quarter N E quarter . 
N W quarter N E quarter. 
8 E quarter N E quarter . 
S W quarter N E quarter . 
N E quarter S B quarter . 



9 


5 N 


6W 


40 


9 


5 N 


6 W 


40 


9 


5 N 


6W 


40 


9 


5 N 


6 W 


40 


9 


5 N 


6W 


40 



White County. 



S W quarter N E quarter , 
S E quarter S W quarter , 



28 N 
28 N 



4 W 

5W 



Insurance Department. 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 



Herewith is submitted the annual report of the lire, life, ac- 
cident and casualty insurance companies transacting business 
in this State for the year ending June 30, 1890. 

The tax collected from the various companies for the six 
months ending December 31, 1890, was $44,408.97, and for the 
six montlis ending June 30, 1890, was .|39,293.52. 

During the iiscal year just closed the following companies 
liave withdrawn from the State, viz. : American Steam Boiler, 
New York, i^. Y. ; Covenant Mutual Life, St. Louis, Mo. ; 
Equitable Accident, Cincinnati, O. ; Hibernia, New Orleans, 
La. ; Louisville Underwriters, Louisville, Ky. ; United States 
Fire, New York, N. Y. 

During the same time the following companies have been 
admitted to the State, viz. : Caledonia, Edinburgh, Scotland ; 
Delaware Mutual Safety, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Empire State, 
Rochester, N. Y.; Greenwich Fire, New^ Y^ork, N. Y. ; Amer- 
ican Casualty Company, Baltimore, Md. ; National Life, Mont- 
pelier, Vt. ; St. Paul German Fire, St. Paul, Minn.; St. Paul 
German Plate Glass, St. Paul, Minn. 

Of the assessment companies organized outside this State, 
the following have been admitted during the ,year, viz. : Bank- 
ers' and Traders', New York, N. Y. ; American Accident and 
Indemnity, New York, N. Y. ; Canton Masonic Mutual Beneiit 
Society, Canton, 111,; Franklin Life, Springfield, 111. ; Masonic 
Mutual Life Association, Cleveland, O. ; New York Accident 
Company, New York, N. Y. ; Preferred Masonic Mutual Acci- 
dent Association, Detroit, Mich. ; People's Mutual Assurance 
Fund, Louisville, Ky. ; United States Masonic Benevolent As- 
sociation, Council Bluirs, Iowa. 



150 

The followiiio- is a list of the mutual tire iusuraiiee companies 
which have been organized in Indiana, and are entitled to do 
Imsiness as mutual companies: 

Central Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. ; 
The American Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Micliigan 
City, Ind. ; Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Com[)any, 
Indianapolis, Ind. ; German Mutual Fire Insurance Company, 
Indianapolis, Ind.; Inter-State Mutual Fire Insurance Com- 
pany, Elkhart, Ind.; Indiana Millers' Mutual Fire Insurance 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. 

In addition to these, the following companies are organized 
and entitled to do a tire insurance business by virtue of a spe- 
cial charter granted by the Legislature of Indiana : 

The Citizens', Insurance Company, Evansville, Ind. ; The 
Evansville Insurance Company, Evansville, Ind.; The Yernon 
Insurance Company, Indianapolis, Ind. ; The Indiana Insurance 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. ; The Madison Insurance Com- 
pany, Madison, Ind. 



151 

EXHIBIT 

OF 

Gross Reeeijjts, Losses Paid, Receipts Less Losses, and Taxes of 
Foreign Insurance Companies Transacting Business in 
this State from July 1, 1889, to Jnly 1, 1890. 

For the Six Months Ending December 31, 18(S9. 
Fire. 

Gross receipts $1,334,207 HO 

Losses paid 726,666 51 

Receipts, less losses 619,216 84 

Tax 18,576 49 

Life. 

Gross receipts |1,191,454 60 

Losses paid 324,631 93 

Receipts, less losses 861,084 87 

Tax 25,832 48 

For the Six Months Ending June 30, 1890. 

Fire. 

Gross receipts $1,299,051 23 

Losses paid 791,180 87 

Receipts, less losses 517,916 93 

Tax 15,538 56 

Life. 

Gross receipts ■. $1,181,834 71 

Losses paid 404,571 89 

Receipts, less losses 791,823 17 

Tax 23,754 96 

For the Year Ending June 30, 1890. 

Fire and Life. 

Gross receipts $5,006,548 14 

Losses paid 2,247,051 20 

Receipts, less losses 2,790,041 81 

Tax 83,702 49 



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STATE BANKS. 



STATE BANKS. 



Hon. Bruce Carr, Auditor of State: 

Herewith is presented the annual report of the examination 
of the State Banks, together with tabular statement, showing 
their condition. 

The report for the year 1887 showed thirty-two banks then 
doing business under the well devised and guarded law of In- 
diana, with capital stock of §1,742,500. There are now fifty- 
three banks in operation, w^ith capital stock of $2,486,183.90, 
all prosperous and sound, as the details of this report will 
show. 

An increase of twenty-one banks, nearly sixty-six per cent., 
in the short period of four years, with an increase of $743,- 
683.90, nearly three quarters of a million dollars of capital 
stock, is at once an indorsement of our banking system that is 
far better than simple words of praise ; besides, other evidences 
are here shown of the thrift and increased prosperity of our 
State bank institutions, which must prove gratifying to every 
citizen of our State. 

I here desire to bear testimony to the uniformly prompt, 
kind and courteous manner with which the ofiicials of these 
banks have met me and transacted the business of my oflice. 
Most respectfully submitted, 

"^JAMES K. HEXEY, 

October 31, 1890. State Bank Examiner. 



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List of Banks — Location and Name of Cashiers and Presidents. 



NAME. 



LOCATION. 



CASHIERS. 



PRESIDENTS. 



Adams County Bank. . . . 


Decatur 


W.H. Niblick. - . . 


David Studabaker. 


Bank of Westfield . 




Westfield .... 
Batesville .... 


R. Estes 

Jos. A.Hossmer . . 


L. A. Estes. 


Batesville Bank . . 




AVm. C. Wingate. 


Central State Bank 




West Lebanon. . 


L. E. Cadwallader. . 


James Goodwin. 


Commercial Bank . 




Union City. . . . 


James F.Rabey . . . 


William Kerr. 


Commercial Bank . 




Oxford 


J. W. McConnell . . 


L. Dwiggins. 


Citizens State Bank 




Knightstown . . 


John A. Croft .... 


E.N. Wilkison. 


Citizens State Bank 




New Castle . . . 


D. W. Kinsey .... 


.Ino. R. Milligan. 


Citizens Bank . . . 




Hartford City . . 


E.H.Stahl .... 


H. B. Smith. 


Citizens Bank . . . 




Michigan City . . 


CO. Arnt 


H. B. Hutchinson. 


Citizens Bank . . . 




Portland 


N.B.Hawkins . . . 


O.S.Arthur. 


Citizens Bank . . . 




Union City . . . 


C.H. Cadwallader. . 


N. Cadwallader. 


Citizens State Bank 




Noblesville . . . 


E. Shirt 


T. P. Haughey. 


Citizens State Bank 




Boswell .... 


James S. Bradley . . 


Jno. F. Freeman. 


Citizens State Bank 




Rochester .... 


Ed. L.Zeis 


L. C.Curtis. 


Citizens State Bank 




Petersburgh . . . 


E. M. Smith 


James Shawhan. 


Citizens State Bank 




Kewanna .... 




L.C.Curtis. 


Citizens State Bank 




Rensselaer. . . . 


Val Sei"b '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


Robert S. Dwiggins. 


Citizens Bank . . . 




Salem 

Muncie 


A. Lanning 

C.H. Church .... 


H. M. Henderson. 


Delaware County Bank . . 


R. Spankle. 


Dubois County State Bank. 


Jasper 


Frank Joseph .... 


August Sondermann. 


Exchange Bank 


Spencer 


F. H. Freeland . . . 


W. M. Franklin. 


Farmers and Citizens Bank 


Farmland .... 


J. M. Branson .... 


Jno. W. Clayton. 


Farmers State Bank .... 


Sullivan 


Wake Giles 


Jno. Giles. 


Farmers and Merchants 








State Bank 


Fairmount. . . . 


Levi Scott 


Altheus Henley. 


Farmers Bank 


Middletown . . . 


E.L. Elliott 


N. R. Elliott. 


Farmers Bank . ..... 


Frankfort . . . 


David A. Coulter . . 


Robt. McClamrock. 


Farmers and Merchants 








Bank 


Attica .... 


Hansel Green .... 


J. Shannon Nave. 


Farmers Bank 


Mooresville . . . 


W. F. Hadley .... 


J. L.Moffatt. 


Farmers and Merchants 








Bank 


Winchester . . . 


H. D. Moorman . . . 


Nathan Reed. 


Farmers Bank 


Princeton .... 


Samuel Hargrove . . 




Farmers State Bank .... 


Rockport .... 


E.M.Payne 


F. M.Haekleman. 


Huntingburgh Bank . . . . 


Huntinsburgh. . 


Daniel Reutepohler . 


Herman Rothert. 


.Jennings (Jounty Bank . . 


North Vernon . . 


A.A.Tripp 


Jno. Overmyer. 


.Jackson County Bank . . . 


Seymour 


William Acker . . . 


Geo. F. Harlow. 


Lake City Bank 


Warsaw 

Shoals 


Samuel Bitner. . . . 
James L. Passel . . . 


W.B. Funk. 


Martin County Bank. . . 


Michael Shirey. 


Peoples State Bank .... 


Brownstowh. . . 


H. A.Barnell .... 


J.H.Findley. 


Peoples State Bank .... 


Oakland City . . 


J. J. Cosley 


J. J. Murphy. 


Peoples Bank 


Portland 


W.M. Haynes. . . . 


Jacob. N. Haynes. 


Ripley County Bank . . . . 


Osgood 


Will. C.Leslie. . . . 


W.D. Wilson. 


Ridgeville Bank 


Ridgeville. . . . 


M. F. Sumption . . . 


Thomas Ward. 


Rockport Bank 


Rockport .... 


W. F. Mason .... 


T.R.Hardy. 


Randolph Couuty Bank . . 


Winchester . . . 


S.D. Coats 


A. Stone. 


St. Joseph Valley Bank . . 


Elkhart .... 


T.W. Miller 


Norman Sage. 


State Bank of Jennings 








County 


Vernon 

Warsaw 


A. G. Cotton 

P. L. Runyan .... 


Jacob Foebel. 


State Bank of Warsaw. . . 


S. W.Chipman. 


State Bank 


Valparaiso. . . . 
Bedford 


J. H. Skinner .... 
I.N. Glover 


W. E. Pinney. 


Stone City Bank 




State Exchange Bank . . . 


Argos 


T. O.Taber 


Railsback. 


State Bank 


Thorntown . . . 


R. B.Niven 


Z. Dwiggins. 


Wells County Bank .... 


Blufftown .... 


J. W. Goodyear . . 


L. A. Williamson. 


Warren County Banfe 




AVilliamsport . . 


A. H.Hann 





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173 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RESOURCES AND 

LIABILITIES OF THE INDIANA STATE BANKS 

FOR THE YEARS 1890 AND 1889, 

MADE OCTOBER 31, 1890. 



RESOURCES. 



1890. 



1889. 



Increase. 



Decrease. 



Loans and discounts 

Overchecks 

Stocks and bonds 

Due from banks and bankers . . . 
Bank house and other real estate. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses 

Taxes paid . 

Premium and interest paid . . . 
Cash on hand 



$5,881,287 96 

92,719 05 

185,091 76 

1,167,909 55 

253,215 11 

93,371 72 

35,239 16 

2.985 52 

4,624 50 

691,982 99 



85,947,131 64 

126,307 38 

184,499 38 

1,373,502 54 

199,353 87 

84,359 47 

31,596 82 

1,905 90 

4,083 81 

718,790 38 



Total . 



S8,408,427 32 



S7,671,531 19 



8934,156 32 
592 38 



r)3,861 24 

9,012 25 

3,642 34 

1,079 62 

540 69 



81,002,884 84 



833,588 33 
205,592 99 



26,807 39 



8265,988 71 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock 

Surplus lund 

Interest, discount and exchange 

Profit and loss 

Dividends unpaid 

Individual deposits — demand. . 

Certificates of deposit 

Due to banks and bankers . . . 

Bills payable 

Bills rediscounted 

Total 



82,486,183 90 

420,850 58 

145,698 61 

22,187 74 

34,115 67 

4,174,801 84 

985,929 62 

40,759 73 

63,500 00 

34,399 63 



$8,408,427 32 



82,174,800 00 

354,234 99 

133,561 59 

30,903 07 

8,882 34 



4,913,915 75 
17,833 45 



37,400 00 



37,671,531 19 



$311,383 90 
66,615 59 
12,137 02 



25,233 33 



246,815 71 
22,926 28 



60,499 63 



8745,611 46 



1,715 33 



1,715 33 



SAYINGS BAKKS. 



Herewitli is appeiicled a statement of the condition of the 
several savings banks of the State at the close of business Oc- 
tober 31, 1890. 

The official examination of these banks, made nnder the di- 
rection of this office, shows that during the past year all of 
these institutions have prospered. Their loans are well se- 
cured, their expenses are as small as their successful manage- 
ment will permit, and their earnings have enabled them to pay 
four and five per cent, dividends and carr}^ a good sum to their 
surplus fund. 

In only one instance have their deposits fallen below what 
they were a year ago. In this case deposits were discouraged 
because of the inability of the bank to loan its funds safel}' 
and profitabl3\ The investment of the funds of these banks 
promises to become a serious problem in the near future unless 
some of the restrictions of the law governing their invest- 
ments are modified. The rapid increase in the deposits are in 
some instances making it difficult for the banks to place their 
money profitably and securely. As a means of relief it is 
suggested that the law be so amended that mortgage loans 
may be made in counties bej'^ond the limits of those adjoining 
that in which the bank is located. 

The success of the banks now in operation, and the good 
they are accomplishing in encouraging savings b}^ the people 
of the community around them, invites attention to the de- 
sirability of encouraging the formation of similar institutions. 
To a certain extent ])uihling and loan associations have taken 
tlieir place, but in numy localities there are neither. The 
great difficulty to be overcome, under the present law, is to 
find suitable persons willing to give the time necessary to their 
management for the small compensation permitted by law. 



175 

To make tliese banks successful tlieir reputation must he be- 
yond doubt as to their safety and the honesty of their man- 
agement. They also require careful supervision. This takes 
the time of the Trustees from their other avocations. The 
man successful in affairs is loth to give his time without ade- 
quate compensation. It is believed b}^ those who have given 
thought to the matter that the best solution of this problem is 
to be found in the stock feature of the Iowa savings bank law, 
which in other respects is similar to that of our State. An 
amount equal to ten per cent, of the deposits is required to be 
subscribed as stock. This gives the stockholders who are the 
managers of the bank some compensation for their services, 
as well as a closer interest in its success. It also adds to the 
security of the deposits. Under this law savings banks have 
increased and prospered in that State. 

The deposits of the five banks in the State now amount to 
13,552,099.53, an increase during the year of $473,491.29. 
They have a surplus fund of $266,247.81 and 14,884 depositors. 



LAFAYETTE SAYmGS BANK. 



RESOURCES. 








Amount loaned or outstanding, 








on notes or bonds and mort- 








ffaces 


$576,025 


00 




Bonds and stocks owned by the 


■ 


bank, face value — 








Tippecanoe Co. (Ind.) 

bonds $3,000 00 

Benton Co. (Ind.) 








bonds 5,000 00 








Warren Co. (Ind.) 








bonds 14,000 00 








TJ. S. Government 








bonds, 4 per ct 60,000 00 


82,000 


00 




Promissory notes and bills of ex- 




change (not included in first 
item) 


25,600 
71,907 

1,838 


00 

97 
16 




Cash on hand or on deposit 

Expense 








Total assets 






$757,371 13 



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LAFAYETTE SAVINGS BANK— Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 



Amount due depositors. 

linterest 

Su rplus fund 



Total liabilities. 



$647,537 58 
32,833 55 
77,000 00 



$757,371 13 



Amount of bonds, notes or mortgages, on which 
interest is in arrears three months and up- 
wards • 

Rate of interest received on deposits made in 

bank, 2 per ct. 
Average monthly balances of deposits in bank... 
I^umber of open accounts, October 31, 1890, 3,360. 
Amount of deposits made during year preceding, 



including dividends credited. 



Amount of deposits withdrawn during year pre- 



ceding 



Amount of interest earned = ...... 

Amount of expenses, payments for services, etc. 



119,650 00 



65,500 00 



244,258 73 

259,314 76 

40,000 00 

5,950 00' 



LAPORTE SAVINGS BANK. 



RESOURCES. 

Amount loaned or outstanding, 
on notes or bonds and mort- 
gages 


$285,409 61 

5,000 • 00 

19,927 74 

660 00 

1,372 63 




Value <^f real estate 




Cash on hand or on deposit 

Fixtures 




Expense 








Total assets 

LIABILITIES. 

Aiuoiiut due depositoi's 


$292,381 58 

4,516 77 

971 63 

14,500 00 


$312,369 98 


Interest 




Undivided profits 




Surplus fund 








Total liabilities 




312,369 98 



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LAPORTE SAVINGS BANK— Continued. 



Number of open accounts October 31, 1890, 1,200. 
Amount of deposits made during year preceding. 
Amount of deposits withdrawn during year pre- 
ceding 

Amount of interest earned 

Amount of expenses, payments for services, etc.. 



1226,982 91 

173,347 35 

17,159 05 

3,339 32 



PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK, EVANSVILLE, IND. 



RESOURCES. 

Amount loaned or outstanding, 
on notes or bonds and mort- 
gages 

Bonds and stocks owned by the 
Bank, market vahie : 

Willard Library bonds... $17, 000 

Locust Hill Cemetery 

bonds 500 

Evansville Business Men's 

Association bonds 65,000 

Vanderburgh Co. bonds . . . 20,500 

Citv of Evansville School 

bonds 14,000 

Citizens' National Bank 

stock 3,000 

Knight Township School 

bonds 1,000 

Franklin County, Illinois, 

bonds 1,900 

Value of real estate... 

Cash on hand or on deposit 

Office fixtures 

Expense 

Prem.ium8 

Total assets 

12 — AuD. Part II. 



$629,608 30 



122,900 

29,581 

223,465 

423 

2,831 

255 



00 
00 
56 
69 
26 
00 



$1,009,055 81 



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PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK, EVANSVILLE, I ND.— Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 

Amount due depositors 

Interest 

Rents 

Profit and loss 

Surplus fund 

Total liabilities 



)27,564 42 

14,063 84 

414 50 

13 05 

67,000 00 



Rate of interest received on deposits made in 
bank, 3 per cent, on daily balances. 

Average monthly balances of deposits in banks.. 

ISTumber of open accounts October 31, 1890, 3,764. 

Amount of deposits made during year preceding. 

Amount of deposits withdrawn during year pre- 
ceding 

Amount of interest earned 

Amount of expenses, payments for services, etc.. 



[,009,055 81 



$174,729 56 

906,125 41 

706,978 87 

50,035 77 

9,373 73 



ST. JOSEPH COU:t^TY SAVINGS BANK. 



RESOURCES. 

Amount loaned or outstanding, 
on notes or bonds and mort- 
gages 

Bonds and stocks owned 
by the bank, market 
value — 

U. S. bonds $48,400 

South Bend city bonds... 39,800 
St. Joseph County bonds 48,000 
Mishawaka school bonds 10,000 
Walkerton school bonds 2,000 
Union Township bonds.. 2,100 



$643,424 80 



150,300 00 



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ST. JOSEPH COUNTY SAVINGS BANK— Contianed. 



Value of real estate 

Cash on hand or on deposit 

Furniture 

l!^ational bank stock 

Expense 

Salaries -. 



1106,540 00 

246,454 18 

1,500 00 

9,570 00 

560 77 

2,166 60 



Total assets. 



LIABILITIES. 

Amount due depositors 

Amount due dejjositors on ac- 
count of dividends made 

Excess market value bonds 

Interest 

Exchange 

Rents 

Surplus fund •. 



,045,416 95 

23,783 14 
8,400 00 

14,162 28 
163 67 
342 50 

68,247 81 



Total liabilities. 



[,160,516 35 



$1,160,516 35 



Amount of bonds, notes or mortgages on which j 
interest is in arrears three months and up- j 

wards ! $12,900.00 

Rate of interest received on deposits made in I 
bank, 2 per cent. I 

Average monthly balances of deposits in banks.. 150,000 00 
]!^umber of open accounts October 31, 1890, 3,700.; 
Amount of deposits made during year preceding..! 3,124,406 60 
Amount of deposits withdrawn during year pre- j 

ceding 2,958,217 69 

Amount of interest earned 47,443 64 

Amount of expenses, payments for services, etc.. 14,666 78 



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TERRE HAUTE SAVINGS BANK. 



RESOURCES. 

Amount loaned or outstanding 
on notes or bonds and mort- 
gages — 

Bonds and stocks owned by the 
bank, market value : 

Vigo County bonds 

Promissory notes and bills of ex- 
change (not included in first 
item) 

Value of real estate 

Cash on hand or on deposit 

Bank building , 

Furniture 

Expense 

Suspended debt 



Total assets. 



LIABILITIES. 



Amount due depositors 

Earned and unearned interest 
Surplus fund 



Total liabilities. 



$867,665 46 



1,400 00 



210,064 95 

12,287 39 

75,828 07 

29,991 06 

2,462 84 

2,065 34 

145 16 



$701,910 27 




Amount of botids, notes or mortgages, on which 
interest is in arrears three months and up- 
wards ; in suit, good 

Number of open accounts October 31, 1890, 2,860, 

Amount of deposits made during year preceding. 

Amount of deposits withdrawn during year pre- 
ceding 

Amount of interest earned 

Amount of expenses, payments for services, etc., 



$8,300 04 

345,488 28 

289,764 03 

30,839 68 

4,878 02 



APPENDIX 



3 
PROCEEDINGS 



INDIANA 



State Board of Equalization, 



Assessment and Equalization of Railroad Property 



PURPOSE OF TAXATIOI^, 



FOR THE YEAR 1890. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BHRFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 
1890. 



PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 



State Board of EqualizatioiN 



KOR THE YEAR 1890. 



State of Indiana, | 

Office of Auditor of State, V 

Indianapolis, June 16, 1890. j 

In accordance with an act of the G-eneral Assembly of the 
State of Indiana entitled " An act concerning taxation," ap- 
proved March 29, 1881, the Board of Equalization within and 
for the State of Indiana, convened at the office of the Auditor 
of State and organized as required by law. 

The following members were present : Ira J. Chase, Bruce 
Carr, J. A, Lemcke and Charles F. Griffin, who took and sub- 
scribed to the following oath : 

We, and each of us, do solemnly swear that we will support 
the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of 
the State of Indiana, and that we will faithfully and impartially 
discharge our duties as members of the State Board of Equal- 
ization to the best of our ability. 

Ira J. Chase, Lieutenant Governor. 
. Bruce Carr, Auditor of State. 
J. A. Lemcke, Treasurer of State. 
Charles F. Griffin, Secretary of State. 



State of Indiana, "I 
Marion County, j 

Before me, the undersigned, personally appeared the within 
named Ira J. Chase, Bruce* Carr, J. A. Lemcke and Charles F. 
Griffin, members of the State Board of Equalization, who were 
sworn according to law, and subscribed their names hereto. 

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and official 
seal this 16th day of June, 1890. 

[l. s.] Wm. T. Noble, 

Clerk Supreme Court. 

And thereupon, on motion of Bruce Carr, Alvin P. Hovey 
was chosen as President, and Ira J. Chase as President pro tern