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Brownstown Banner (Newspaper) - May 16, 1878, Brownstown, Indiana Brownstown Independent democratic journal devoted to the Best interests of Jackson county. Vol. X. Brownstown Indiana May 16, 1878, no. 26. F i. Ili of brows town of having been in receipt of new goods almost daily since we opened we Are now prepared to show the finest amp most select Stock of try Crowdis and notion ii Ever opened in Brownstown which we Are prepared to sell at prices that cannot be equated. Bleached and Brown Cottons lower than Ever. Just a new line of dress goods. Kid gloves in All of the new summer shades also a full line of dark coloured and Black kids. A splendid assortment of new Spring prints. A full line of Lisle thread gloves in single two Button and gauntlets. Call and see for yourself. Corner of Walnut and Poplar st., Isko Wmstown farms and free Kansas Pacific Home Saciid is published by the lii i of tho Kan Tius pm a civil Kiili in company to Supply the Laigo iii 1 increasing Clein Anil for information respect inf k.\nsas, Amie ii Bialiy the magnificent body of la Nils Granter by Congress in iii of the construction of Road. This Grant comprises Ovell 5,000,000 aches of Jand consisting of every of it i Section in Eracli township for a distance of Twenty Miles on both Sii is of the Road or one half of the land in a Belt Folly Miles wide extending to Jenver City Colorado Toms forming a continuation of the Belt of co entry which from the Atlantic coast Westward is i Oivind to be in climate soil and every to ili motion of nature the most favored. The Kansas Pacific is 11-1 3iilcs the shortest Road from Kansas City to Denver the favorite route of the tourist and the Best line to the san Juan county. A Opy of the Homem Cid will be mailed free to any address by applying to s. J. Gilmore d. E. Cutnell land commissioner Gen l passenger at Salina Kansas. Kansas City Jio. Pamuki. Gir, Brownstown ind. May 9, 1878.- to Loa on improved farms in hums of and upward in sums of a Pou a a upward at 8, 9 and 10 per cent. On 3, 4 or 5 years time. It is Best to Call in person and bring your title Lippers. Aii plications by letter should fully de fit rib farms upon which Loans Are wanted. Samuel w. Holmes loan agent feb. 7, 1878.-tf. Seymour ind. A in i is not easily earned m these times but it can be made in three months by any one of either sex in any part of the country who is willing to work steadily at tho Emp Dyment that we furnish. Sci tier week in your town. You need not be away from Home o or right. You give your whole time to the work or Only your spare . We have i ends who Are making Over 820 per Day. All who Ltd image at once can make Money fi8t. At the Prusen time Money cannot be made so easily and r Ipi div at and other business. It costs nothing to la the by incr a. Turnis and so outfit free. And i Cibat once 11, i Lalbhai i co., Portland Guin get. Trains leave Brownstown on the Ohio and Hailway follow going East. Mail amp express no. 2,. A 01 p. M. I=.mght express of. 4 i4r, a. M. Freight no. A. M. Freight no. 30, 7 15 a. M. Of Knight. No. I4,12 10 v. M. Freight no. 40, local. 4 00 p. M. Freight no. 32. 0 15 p. M. Going West. Mail get exp Ives no. 1,.11 14 a. A night express no. 3,10 12 p. Freight no. 37, 2 33 a. Freight no. .t.l, 5 12 a. Freight no. 41, local. 7 45 a. Freight no. 31,12 10 p. Freight no. .33, fils p. Freight no. .35,11 53 p. It quot no. 3 and no. 4 do not Stop. A isse Gera Are requested to Purchase tickets for All trains Lewis w. Persinger a m. M. M. M. M. M. M. M. . I will mail free the recipe for simple . that will remove tan Freck Joes i Amples and , leaving tho skin soft Cleir and Beautiful also instructions for a luxuriant growth of hair on n Bald Lead or smooth face. Address enclosing 3<t. A stamp Ben. Vandelft amp co., 20 inn st., n. consumptive. The advertiser having teen permanently cured of that dread disease consumption by a simple remedy is anxious to make known to his fellow suave res the Means of cure. To All who desire it he will Send a copy of the prescription used free of charge with the directions fur preparing and Usini Ime White they will find h sub clue for consumption asthma quot bios iii tis a. Parties wishing the will i lease address e. A. Wilson 104 Penn st., .ian31-0m-5u, Williams Birgh n. Y. teach iii cards. Instruction and amusement . Important to Arenas and teachers. 2 i Ditl Erent artistic designs. Tho entire pack sent free for 25 cts. Currency or Stamps. Vau Delf amp co. 20 Ann st. N. Y. S5t.60 let Rove it or forfeit g.500. New articles just patented. Samples sent free to All. Address a w. H. Chidester 210 Fulton st., new of youth. A gentleman who us altered for from nervous debility premature decay and nil the erects of Youthful indiscretion will for the Sake of suffering humanity Send free to All who need it the recipe a ind direction for making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sutler ers Bisbini to profit by the adv Cruiser s experience can do Iso by Andrei Sini in perfect Confidence. Quot John b. Ogden 1. Cedar st., n. s Sale. By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the clerk of the Jii Cuson circuit court in a wherein and Harvey Loyd Are pm inti is and Grafton Jmanuel Manuel and Joshua Mize it Al Are defendants Sci hiring iii to make the sum of two Hundred an it i dollars and cents with interest on said tip Croe and costs i will expose at Public Sale to the bidder pm saturday the Isth Day of May 1s7s, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. 51. And 4 o clock p. M. Of quot said Day at the door of the court House in Brownstown Jackson county Indiana Ilic rents and profits for a term not Exi Jedi big seven years of the following real estate in Jackson county. Indiana to wit tiie Quarter of tie to it ii inter of Section three in township six North Range four East. Also Twena arcs of of tie Side of tie Norf Fourtly of the South a i to Quarter of Section three in township six North Range four East Coti Taining in All sixty .a.cres, More or less. All situate in Juci Ison Coli qty Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a Suth Cint sum to satisfy said in decree interest and costs. I will at the quot same time and Jill cd expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be Sullick Keiit to discharge said decree interest and costs. Said Sile will a c made without any Relief Liat Ever from valuation or . Samuel s. Early liti Riu Sitck it in c Unity d. Ovkkiir.trp., Torney a or plaintiffs. April a quot l,s7s.-4w.-pi-wexx.sheriff s Sale. By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed from the Jerk of the Jackson circuit court in a c use we herein Charles White is plaintiff and John Murphy and George 11. Murphy Are Fiefe adapts requiring me to make the sum of two Hund Reil and ninety four dollars and five cents with interest on said decree Ami costs i will a Jiose at Public Sale to the highest i bidder on saturday the Isth Day of May 1878, Between the hoi Misof id o it lock a. M. And 4 o clock p. M. Of said Day at the door of the court House in i Winstown. In Jackson count Indiana the rents and protits for a term not exceeding seven if the t following real estate Situa tii in Jackson county. State of Indiana and described As follows to wit the soil Ali East Ina ter of the it quart or of Section three in township six i North of re be four 4 East of the District of land subject to Sale at Jetle Sonville. Said real estate is situate in Lackson Colin to Indiana. If such rents and will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy decree interest and costs 1 will at Toni sane time and Ilace to Public a de the Fei simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to disc urge said decree interest and costs. A a Aid Sale a ill be made without any Reli Ltd whatever from valuation or appraisement Laws. Samuel s. Early set Crit of j Lack on Countis. D. , attorney tor Plain Titi quot. Ajril 25, ists.�?4w-.p"f-Wwns. Guardian s Sale of real estate. Notice is hereby Given. That by virtue of an order of ten it Jackson circuit court of Jackson Corii it. State of 1 iii Ina. The i Immersi Ned. Guardian of Albert , minor heir of Samueol Simmison deceased will sell at s de. The following real estate in Jackson county. State of Indiana to wit the North East fourth of the South wet Quarter of Section six in township j Wiir North Range six i ast containing 32 to too acres. The fourth of the North East ii uart Rof so tion six in township four North Range six , cont Jiining 35 Iio too Veres. Terms of Sale. One to Laird of the Purchase Money to be paid at time of the a ale one third at nine months and tie resulto at i fifteen months from the Day of Sale the to execute notes to the go Troia to for the deferred a iii cents with interest from Day of Sale Wai Viii Relief from or Ai it presement Laws and with go Oil sureties to be approved liy the guardian. Bids will be received until july 3rd, 1878, and on said Day by Long a Long attorneys for the , quot at their office iii Brownstown Jackson count Indiana. Daed april 1st, 1.s7s. Francis m. Brammer Guardi in Lonc amp Lon attorneys. April 4, 1s78.-4w.mrs. Mollie Ford cup us Cip of a is Iotti pro Tito j Brownstown Indiana retakes file aspire in announcing that she is now Al receiving her Spring Slock of millinery goods Emli racing an elegant variety Orbov ets hats Flowers crapes Silks and Many other desirable goods pertaining to the millinery , colouring amp pressing will be done Union Short notice and in finished style. I invite a Call and examination of my oils Ami prices. I know i can please All in both. I will receive new goods weely and if i should not have on hand what you want 1 will Oiler it for you. You will find me in Horstman s building on tho Public Sii Are. Mollie Ford. Brownstown March 2s, 187s.-3m.application for Licci ise. To the citizens of the town of Browns Toicen township Jackson county Indiana notice is hereby Given that the in Ders fined will apply to the of commissioners of Jackson county Indiana on the first Day of their next june term which will Convene at Brownstown in the county and aforesaid on the first monday in june 1878, or As soon thereafter at said term As the application can to heard for License for one year to sell spirituous vinous and malt liquors and outlier intoxicating liquors in a less Quantity than to uart at a time to be drank upon Hia premises and at his place of , which Are located at the town of Brownstown in Brownstown township in Jackson county and state of Indiana and Are As follows to wit the South East room of the lower Story of tho Mooney , fronting on slain Street and situate on lot numbered seventy seven 77in said town of Brownstown in the pm Unity and state aforesaid. Andrew i. Bond. Brownstown Iri i878.i.ocai. Matters. Jotting by tic ways id go to the to night. Buy cooking sieved of Dave Lehker. Quot of for a Good beef teak quot is the general cry in Brownstown. Tiie Bee now pah Lilied by George a. J. Thomas and Charles Waddle. The sixteenth loan of the tii Luduig association drawn by mrs. Charles 11. Dar land. It is rumoured that the Seymour daily Magnet will succumb to the inevitable about the first of june. Vermilya amp Findley can beat All the world and the whole creation on clothing and Fiir fishing goods. We can t get used to Cai t. Scott nit i Burnside lii ser let pm grow out again As they quot used to was quot capt. Jolly Joe Swift the elder smiled in upon us tho other Day and dropped a few chinks of Silver in the Banner Bank. Jolin j. Shiel Independent Greenback candidate Lor sheriff illuminated Brownstown with his presence last Friday. quot Why will men smoke common tobacco when they can buy marburg Bros Seal of North Carolina at the same Price quot the Rains of last week improved the ankle considerably and numerous Well shaped ones were visible. Seymour Magnet copy Dave Lubker is of the hardware stove and tinware . In cooking stoves he has knocked the Bottom out of All competitors. Permit us to introduce to you major Charles h. Durland of the grocery and provision Trade. He a grand in that business. Pleasant or b. E. Ford Seymour s popular , gave our Latch string a sociable ill last thursday in which he was assisted by Young in. Carter son of Peter l. Henry Schmitkin has been summoned As a grand juror for the term of the United states District court at Indianapolis. Two years ago he served in the same capacity. Paper weddings Are among the latest inventions. They Are in order at the first anniversary. Let s have one in Brownstown. Who was married Well nigh unto a year ago ? Dock Bain Lameneth because no Sunflower sprouts have made their appearance in his new premises. If he will Call upon us we will furnish him several million free Gratis for nothing. Charley Saltmarsh is the Boss Gardener of Brownstown. Charley May be a Little slow in motion but he is neverthele.=s industrious and rises with the Lark every morning to Hoe on his Home farm. Quot docs Dock Sli ields expect to live and die an old Bachelor quot that s what s the question what s puzzling some of our pretty lady cousins. Dock we know would like to marry but his modesty forbids. It is nip and tuck Between prof. Louchen and tie weeds in his Garden. Isip keeps ahead now but after awhile when the we Atli or gets warm and weeds shoot up like mushrooms we expect tuck will got the advantage. Eleven dollars will buy a Nice new suit of coat pants and Vest fit to be married in at Vermilya amp Findley s store. They you know Are the old reliable Only original and strictly genuine clothing Bosses and All others Are simply imitations. Tell me not to go to any other place for dry goods millinery and fancy notions than Louis Heller s Bee hive store for i will not. Louis is reliable Ionest and Clever and i would rather buy of him than any other Man in Jackson county. Jane. Under a stove pipe hat Dobby Benton reminds us of something that is Worth 25 cents in Cash to think about. Who can guess what that something is ? , All of Yon girls especially and Send in. The result of your -work. We neglected heretofore to chronicle the fact that the Clear Spring mail is now fed from the Brownstown Post office instead of Medora As formerly. The change was made upon a numerous by signed petition. Two trips Are made weekly on tuesdays and fridays. Joseph Harrell is the mail Carrier. John b. , Deputy of Seymour gave us a Call last Friday and incidentally remarked that he never saw a worse disappointed or More crowd than once upon a time not very Long ago when the Banner packages for that City were carried by. He said he must live answered the question quot what s wrong did t the Banner come quot no than two Hundred times within thirty minutes after the distribution of the mail. Ioctl or from Joun h. Ron ton. The following letter from John h. Benton to or. J. K. Monroe was published in the Seymour times last saturday and by request we to prod ice it in our columns Piil Adelinia april 16th. Or dear Levil will get you sure if you Don t mend your that is if you Don t Juit his service and enter the service of the True and living god the god of the Bible whom you revile and reject. I Send you Money order herewith enclosed for �13. I Hope to be in Seymour this coming August. Doc., you Haven t time to read Long winded letters i know full Well else i would open u on you at considerable Lengli in reply to your last letter now before me we Rich was forwarded to me from Washington b my wife for that letter of yours contains enough to keep one going perpetually who should undertake to Reily to it and for your Good i would be glad to make a perpetual motion of in that Way. You Are on the wrong Side and on the Road to eternal ruin As certain As you Are a live Man. Doc., and i am fearful you will not your fatal mistake till it is too late. You quot deny the Savior quot so Yon write. We May do this yet our denial of him docs not alter the fact that quot he died for us that we through his death and sufi Werings might have eternal life quot if we choose to i accept the eternal life on the terms of the gospel. But we would Likely find it no trailing Mailer if he should deny us As he declares he will if we deny him. My dear Friend i tried the service of the Devil till i was 35 since then i be been on tie lord s Side and there i m going to Sta for i know the differ once in the services that of the evil one is bondage and death that of god is Liberty and life. And in the latter service i am sure Iny Friend would be were he to read the Bible with his reason rather than his prejudices. Doc., i shall never give you up till the grave closes Over one of us. Your Friend John h. Benton. Vlic i Sanur tui in for 18t8 the cashier of the Banner Bank for 187-8 acknowledges deposits from the following persons and returns thanks to them for their promptness n. John e. Miracle .st.aflord, 1 2.-, 42. Charles a. Robertson Ewin. A quot �1 a. Of. K. Matlock Mooney. 0 no 41. Samuel Gillespie Brownstown. I 4."i. Mrs. F. E. Wood Nansee Brownstown. 1 a or. 4<"i. Taylor Woodmansee Brownstown. 2 Lio 47. Webster Dixon Seymour. 1 48. We. Meseke Seymour. 1 Lon Riley Seymour. 1 ,50. William Zike . S. M. Pettengill i co., new York. 52. Evan a Mcmahan Brownstown. J3. Hugh Forgey Freetown. It. Geo. A. Robertson Courtland. .55. Mrs. C. C. Cowling Brownstown. 5fi. We. W. Fountain Medora. Quot 7. Josiah Cobbs Hallenburg. ,58. Sophia West Ihal shield. ,5 Emerson Davis Mooney. Ciu. J. A. Noe. Brownstown. 01. Louis d. Claybaker Shields.  .2. James w. Owen Mooney. . Avi Iliam Hill Hou ston. 14. William , Petersburg. In. Col. S. T. Wells Vallonia. A. Christian Koester tan Pico. R.7. De. Richards Ewin. T8 Jeorge w. Hays Ewing. To. Jars. Maria Liu sucker Vallonia. 70. J. L. Dowden Shields. 71. W. R. Bolles Ewing. 72. Miss Carrie Kopp 7. I. Or. D. .1. Cummings Houston. 74. Miss Ida b. Wiley Seymour. 75. Mrs. Sarah b. Newby Seymour. 7i. Ales. Henders in Heltonville. 77. We. Kindred Heltonville. 78. Or. W. To a. Bain Brownstown. 70. Martin Kober Brownstown. 8u. Thomas Mcniece Glen Cove. 00 01� 00 25 00 00 00 .50 00 i 00 1 25 00 00 00 00 00 00 25 1 25 50 quot to 2 25 5 00 1 a it 22 ,5� 25 2 60 1 t 0 �0 25 25 a 00 50 1 25 a new Sci mature. Artie soda water at Charley Salt Makisi s Kesta Rajit on main Street. Go there for a Cool delicious from i attic York. Little York May 6, 1s7s. De. Banner As your convention is Over and the Defeated candidates have returned from up Salt Kiver the Farmers can now put in their crops. We sent our candidates use a Creek to a Large Saltpetre Cave for one week and i think we will have candidates in two years. Washington county has a Good ticket. A very Fine Prospect for wheat. Oats Fine. Corn Jilan ting All the go. Plenty of peaches apples and other fruit. Health Good. Big revivals All the go. A Fine Prospect for a Camp meeting at Little York in August. The m. E. Cd Nirali has a new picket Fence around and Side walk. Cost �40. Could not Clear Spring do the same. What say you friends Oliver e. Cooper formerly of Broj Vns town now of Neshema Nebraska that that is the place for a poor Man. Health Good country Fine and Rich plenty of fruit work per Day $1, wheat 90 cents Corn 25, Oats 25, 50, butter 10, and eggs 5. Sod Are plenty out there. Some of our Best men were reported by a scamp for Selling tobacco in the Jeff. The collector came from new Albany at a Cost of s15 or $20 to Hunt up the , but found nothing. It made Money for him but none for the Revenue. Sham Law that a person can t sell his own produce. Crucify it kill it. We Don t want such a Law. All is quiet since the candidates unit giving whisky for . No Man ought to be allowed to hold office who will treat to whisky. The Young folks gave an exhibition at Price s school House a Short time ago and All acquitted themselves Well. Koger Williams had his brass band on hand which did Well for a new band. Tipiere is no whisky fold in township for the first time in Many years. I Hope no one May be allowed to sell again. W. W. H

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