Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville Republican
NOTICE OF CITY TREASURER.
Shelbyville, Ind., February 1, 1871
Martin M. Ray and the heirs of Thomas
A. McFarland, will take notice that there is due Chaales [sic] McGee, Contractor, for grading and graveling
Pennsylvania street and sidewalks, from Harrison street to Walnut street, in the city of Shelbyville, Shelby County,
Indiana, sixty-nine dollars and thirty cents, ($69,30) being the amount assessed against Lots two (2) and three
(3) in block three (3), and lots two (2) and three (3) in block four (4), adjacent to said improvement, belonging
to said Ray and the heirs of said McFarland, who are non-residents of said city.
And that the said Real Estate will be advertised for
sale for said assessment and costs, if not paid within twenty days from date hereof.
D. S. BILLINGS,
Contributed by Phyllis Fleming
Feb. 1st, 1871---3t.
The National Volunteer.
We are most happy to observe that our old friend and schoolmate, T. A. McFarland, has been nominated by the Democracy of Shelby County, as a candidate for Representative in the State Legislature. As a lawyer he has won for himself, though yet quite young, an enviable reputation. From an orphan boy without a cent in the world, he has by industry and perseverance attained the eminence he now occupies. (LaPorte Times).
September 14, 1854
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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