Notice of Application for Retail Liquor LicenseAugust 5, 1881
New Castle Courier
My said premises where said liquors are to be sold, bartered and drank under and pursuant to the provisions of the license herein prayed for, are described as follows, viz:
Being the one story frame building located on the south side of East Broad Street, (sometimes called Broadway) between the tracks of the Fort Wayne, Muncie & Cincinnati Railway and the Penn, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railway, and situated upon the following described real-estate, in Henry county, Indiana: commencing forty (40) feet west of the northeast corner of lot one (1) in block nine (9) in the original plat of the town of New Castle, thence west Sixty-three (63) feet, running from forty (40) feet west of said northeast corner of said lot, south one hundred and thirty-two (132) feet, thence west fourteen (14) feet. The west line joins the west end of above described line, running east and west, and its full length is unknown, being the real-estate conveyed by B. F. Burke, et. ux. to A. T. Allison, by warranty deed dated March 1st, 1881, and duly recorded in Deed Record 35, page 317, of said county.