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Brownstown Banner (Newspaper) - May 16, 1878, Brownstown, Indiana I Ocasi matters. Jottings by tue Wayside charming the new Spring hats. Just now go to Johnson s Boot and shoe Palace. Comfortable fires and overcoats for a Veek and More past. Cousin Jane buys her shoes at Johnson s Boot and shoe Palace. Profs. Mccune and Carr looked into these on saturday. The fair and festival held by the m. E. Mite society yielded $70 net. John Wallace has old his grocery a store to Clarles h. Durland. Prof. W Core s Indiana Jubilee Sii Igei a will sing u the festival to night. The first strawberries of the season wore shipped b Charles Keller last Friday. Eight Dijai i will buy a Good second hand Howe sew ing machine. Apply to the Banner Boss. If civil our Vallonia reporter Don t Cotile to time soon we shall set Cousin Fritz Union Lipini. A Fine Gold watch will be drawn for at the festival to night and some lady will be made Happy. Only quot 2o for the Best French kid Side Lack shot s for ladies at Johnson s coot and shoe Pali be. Charley Saltmarsh is Happy because that Arctic ii la Fountain of his brings in Nickels quite copiously. Loss ii oot and shoe Palace Julin Suu Means Btij business. Prices Down to the very Bottom. Go Sec him. James Jordan formerly of this place died of coi Sui option at mount Hope Kansas on the 27iii ut., at the age of 15 years. A Kec Kibbon club has been organized at Val Mia with nearly 100 members. Vii. U. Llu sucker is president of it. The Jolly buys of the Silver band will Sizow thu people to night How to ruin a festival Ihn quot. Will at lord genuine pleasure. Jew i potatoes will soon be on hand. We exam incl our Patch one week ago and found specimens about the size of Hickory nuts. A heavy Frost was visible on monday dior iii but fortunately the Day was Cloudy and thus much of the nip was taken out of it. This Lias been the driest and dullest term of court Ever held in the county. Only those have attended who could not avoid it. Contributors to the festival Are Reid tested to have their cakes and other articles ready by o o clock at Shioli time they will be called for. John 13. Johnson has bought a lot in Venice upon we iii he will build a dwelling. Sound the Timbrel and on with the March. Look out for Boss Johnson s new Price list for boots and shoes which will be distributed from the Boot and shoe Palace tomorrow. Quot they crucified my Savior quot and quot we Are climbing Jacob s ladder quot will be Sung by the Indiana Jubilee singers at the festival to night. More festivals Are on the tapis. We understand the members of the presbyterian Church Are talking of having one soon. Success to All. The ked lib boners propose to organize in every township. Their next Point is Clear Spring and after that they will venture into Salt Creek township. Cons. W. Ford and lady d. N. Lubker and body miss c. C. Drinkwater and several others of this place have taken in the Cincinnati May musical festival. The new mayor of Seymour Daniel w. Johnson gave us a Friendly Call on tuesday. In him Seymour will have an honest upright impartial and efficient mayor. Miss Sallie Kagey Felt lonesome without the Tanner and she therefore forwarded to have it sent to her address at Quicksburg Shenandoah county Virginia. Next. The lady vocalists will Render a number of heart stirring selections at the festival to night. All in All it will be the Mosten Royalle entertainment of the kind Ever Given in the town. Enormous Stock of Fine shoes and gaiters for 1 idies misses and children at John b. Johnson s Boot and shoe Palace All at away Down yonder prices. Fred l. Prow is untiring in his labors As prosecuting attorney and always at his Post of duty. Fred will come mighty nigh taking Jackson county solid for re election next fall. Our fellow pennsylvanian Aleck e. Kob Ison made his annual Deposit in the Banner Bank yesterday. Aleck is a Good specimen of an a terrified Pennsylvania Democrat. Henry a. Hotchkiss gave us a Call the other Day and brought a Legal advertisement giving notice of his appointment As administrator de Bonis non of Henry Bryant s estate. I he local opinion has resumed As a be Puli lican Organ with a1 Cox As chief Boss. A1 has t Learned a yet that the Republican party has yielded up the ghost in Jackson county. Our Ewing reporter Phil i. Boster has steamed up again and the sayings and in around and about that Thrifty Burg will be duly recorded in his usually Happy and felicitous style. Dave Lubker proposes to furnish Farmers with reapers and mowers As Well As All other kinds of agricultural implements and machinery. And he has got pm too of All the most desirable kinds. One of Queen Victoria s most Prog event Boot makers is now at work in Johnson s Boot and shoe Palace he has measured the right foot of the Queen and made shoes for her. She wears no. 7 s. The net proceeds of the fair and festival amounted to about s70, and goes to prove what the ladies can and will do when they take a notion. Success was alone due to them. God bless the ladies. Dock Monroe wastes a half column or More in excoriate on of so called Patent out sides. Our own opinion is that he might improve his times wonderfully by using the Patent on it both inside and outside. John Smith Boss of the Ewing hotel proposes to furnish a first class Butcher and open a reliable meat shop in Brownstown if he can be assured of the patronage of the people. Bring on your Butcher John. Joe Stringer sensible Joe the great saw manufacturer and matchless spread Eagle Lerote Clenist of Seymour was measured by the popular Daniel Helper Brown and duly mustered into the Banner legion. Next. That live and vigorous Vallonia merchant Sam t. Lockhart called on monday with an order for 500 invitations invitations to All those indebted to him on old accounts and notes past due to come and pay up. Lied Kibbon meetings were held nightly during the past week and on several afternoons. A Good Deal of interest was manifested though not As much As should have been. The labor devolved principally on a few. In the Case of the state vhf John Engle for assault and Battery with intent to kill the jury returned a verdict of not guilty. This was the shooting at air that occurred in Iaiser s Nursery at Seymour a Short time since. Just think of it. Men s boots from so to to Sio shoes from i to to is slippers from 90 cents to $1 05 boy s boots from is to a. All these wonders in prices you will find at John b. Johnson s Boot and shoe Palace on Walnut Street. Our faithful German Friend John f. Pol Lert pulled the Banner Halcli string yesterday Anil deposited a Greenback in the Bank. He was accompanied by his wife who was desirous of seeing the process by which the glorious Banner is twin non to the Breeze quot they Cru Citico my Savior quot a song Sung Ivy the Tennessee Jubilee singers will be rendered at the festival to night by the lady vocalists. Having heard it rehearsed we can say that they far surpass the jubilees in giving volume pathos and effect to that soul stirring song. The pleasant face of the popular Sam b. Voyles illuminated the court room yesterday. He came Over to take a part in the Crim. . Case of Linton is. Warriner As attorney for the plaintiff. The defendant however was t ready for trial and the Case was continued. It is said that the most Jio Pular lady in town will be married soon and in order to ascertain who she is a set of Silver spoons will be voted to her at the festival to night at ten cents a vote. There Are quite a number who claim the proud distinction. Nominations Are now in order. Mrs Julia Stilwell is engaged in the construction of a miniature Lake. She is one of the most tasty ladies in town and the admirable manner in which the premises at the Stilwell Are embellished with ornamental lower , shrubbery and bordered walks is largely due to her Industry and skill. The first grand Strawberry ice Cream and musical festival for the season of 1878 will be Given in the court House to night by the Silver Cornet band. The bully Good boys with the Silver horns and big bellied drum and cymbals deserve to be helped by everybody in their efforts to raise Means to uniform themselves. Hog and Chicken Are what Brownstown folks have to depend on for and hog and Chicken Are what our hotels and boarding houses have to feed their guests. Fresh beef in town is getting to be one of the things of which Only the oldest inhabitants have any recollection. Why can t this town have a Well regulated and reliable meat shop our genial Friend Ben f. Price gave our Latch string a ill a few Days since and dropped his annual dues in the Banner Bank. The report that he would probably be an Independent candidate or. Wacker for treasurer was altogether without foundation in Point of fact under no circumstances will he be a candidate for that office this year. Since we be got Well acquainted with Henry c. Dannettell we be formed an exalted opinion of him and Are always glad to interchange ideas with him in physiognomy and general appearance he reminds us More of sir John falstaff than any Man we have Ever met. But he Ain t got sir John s failings and no quot merry wives of Windsor quot nor any other place will Ever play tricks on him. Or. Dannettell is one of the Learned men of Jackson county As Well As one of the most substantial and enterprising. Than mrs. Wilbur c. Benton no lady holds in higher appreciation or peruse More eagerly the saucy and incomparable Banner. But then she is a lady of culture and refinement and that accounts for her partiality for it. When ladies in their eagerness to see the Banner Are induced to Call at our office for it at or about one o clock p. M., our usual hour for going to press we feel As if our labors As a poor editor were not altogether in vain. Our Graceful lady Cousin. Miss Charlotte Drinkwater has a miniature Lake in her Yard which in due time will be improved by the addition of Meibers of the finny tribe. Miss Charlotte is one of the most tasty ladies in town and the Lucky Man who wins her for a wife will be surrounded by All the comforts and ornaments that can tend to make Home the Dearest spot on All the Earth. If we were the Man we Are thinking about just now there d be a wedding in town before this time next month. Our Good lady Friend mrs. Lucy Benton ventured in these head parters just far enough and tarried just Long enough to Deposit a Bright Trade Dollar and a shining half Dollar in the Banner link. E or and anon we hear of some criticism passed by . B. Ripon some of our Oil Haud sayings a most of them perhaps Well merited but each one Only goes to prove to us that the Banner is of some account nothing that it could say would elicit comment. Do with. Irs. Bov a to wife of Jordan Boyatt of Owen township and Mother of . B. And we. L., died on tuesday from an attack of i analysis. She was a Dutiful wife Loving Mother and kind neighbor and Ever com mailed the High esteem of All who knew her. She was about 60 years of Caird dates. Auditor. We Are authorized to announce the name of Linkvis 11. Owen of Owen township As an Independent candidate for the office of auditor of Jackson county subject to the decision of the people at the ballot Box on the second tuesday of october 187s. Notice of administration. It stick leik75v , that Trio Imler in a a ii Wocl h is Liepis appointed t y the j to be of tie iii Uit court of tui Lovson county Biate of in lii aim a a a non quot of Trio of he nov lilt vant Lite of Jackson county Cle . I Ai i is Sii pop quot to . Us nov a. Hutch Psi May it 1s7s. Administrator. Town slip Library. Citizens of a Brownstown township Jackson i comity Indiana Are Lier Eliy notified it Liat to get t township quot Lilia by Hoe ii re Novod to Walter l. Benton set Ilic quot in the manii Noth Cash store at Brownstown and that i have appointed s a. 1�intos As Lahr Arian. David a. Bakli trustee a Brownstown township a Brownstown May 10, 1s7s. Church election. No j ick is Pierel y Ivan that Liere will lie a iii Etin of the Metis liars of the Baptist Church called free Lom Ulirch situated in Grassy Fork township county Indiana on tie Day of May li7s, at tji o clock 1. M., for the purpose of e Lect ii three trustees for said Chi Icli. inn Hogg Moderator. A Iamkus Waskom Cli urch clerk. Play lists. Notice Consumers tie Crent cell Rity of our tin tag tobacco has caused Many imitations thereof to lie placed on the mar Lect we therefore caution All Che Purchi usin a such imitations. All dealers buy iii or Selling other ii lug to Hacco to caring a hard or Ine talc Label Render tie selves to tie penalty of the Law and All Piersons violating our Trade Marks Are punished let a Ihie and . See act of Congress aug. 14, 1876. The genuine Lorillard tin tag tobacco can be it it Fay a tin tag on each Lump with the word loll lard Scampi cd thereon. Over 7,083 tons Tomacia quot sold in 1877, and nearly 3,000 persons employed in factories. Taxes Jaid gov m t in 1877 about $3,500,-000, and during i ast 12 years Over $20,-000,000. Roods sold by All , at manufacturers rates. May iii-3m.-v. Farmers wishing to Purchase reaping and mowing machines Sli Ould Call and see the Champion which is sold by w. R. Bolles. Na5_rcpairs of All kinds for the Champion kept constantly on hand. Are invited to Call my examine the Champion reaper and Mower before purchasing. Ewing May 8, 1878. W. R. Bolles. Town slip trustee s notice. Notice is hereby Given to the of Brownstown township in Jact son county Indiana that i will attend to the business of said township on j be slav thursday and saturday in each week. office is it my store on the North Side of Walnut Street in Brownstown. David h. Lubker trustee of Brownstown town lip. Brownstown. May Al 1. <7s. Just in season Vermilya amp Findley theold reliable Only original and strictly genuine clothing , have now on hand the largest and Best Stock of new clothing and clients furnishing goods by Large Odds in Jackson county. As to our prices we Don t blow. They Are Low enough to speak for ves. We will pay a Liberal Reward to any Man who has Ever heard of a Man who has Ever seen a Man who believes any Man lives in Brownstown who Sells within 20 per cent As cheap As we do. Whole suits pants , vests shirts underwear collars �fee., right Down so Low As to make other dealers Marvel among themselves and wonder Why it is that we can imd Ersell them so far and yet make a fair living dress goods. We be got them in endless variety of All shades , qualities and a j prices. Our Stock is All new and fresh ail equal to any in the ill county and we can furnish anything from a Complete wedding outfit to a n cheap Calico dress. A i a i a a a a i la a i i i a a a in in i ladies Linen suits. In these we have fairly surpassed even . We have Over 25 different patterns All of most exquisite Beauty and elaborate finish. In purchasing our Stock of Linen suits we secured the Benefit of the i Ricks and the result we can offer the ladies Uii rec denied bargains. The ladies will please Call around and examine them and inquire notions and novelties. Tis useless to try to enumerate the Many Beautiful and desirable articles we have in the line of notions and novelties. Suffice it to say we have , shoes and hats. In this department we have Reid la nishid largely As Well As made extraordinary reductions in prices. Look around As much As you please but Don t buy until you Sec what we have and learn How very cheap we sell. As in clothing so in hoots shoes waiters hats and Caps we Lead All competitors. Dut Eti Tigli Lias been said. Come and see us and our magnificent Stock of goods. A Hearty Welcome awaits you. Our pleasure is to show you through our Stock and your privilege is to buy or not to buy As May suit your convenience. You will buy where you can buy the Best goods for the least Money which the same is to say you will buy of your most obedient servants Vermilya amp Findley. Brownstown May 9, 1878. I a a ii i 11 m i i iii la i Iju i. I in ii ill a of stewing Jackson county ind. Y rive sent Stock is not by any in Jackson county comprising Staple 1\x and fancy dry goods millinery goods notions clothing boots shoes hats &c., in endless variety As Well As hardware farming implements groceries provisions and innumerable other articles. Under present arrangements. New a oods Are received daily. The attention of Ladier is Calliel especially to my very Large and select Stock of Drc a Roods millinery fancy notions shoes and gaiters acid Liat of gentlemen to clothing boots shoes and Fiqiri fishing goods of All . firm determination is to Lead All comic editors both As to Stock and prices. I quot have the Agency for the Sale of the celebrated Champion keepers and mowers. Farmers Are invited to Call and examine them. I also keep repairs of All kinds for the Champion machine Ewing May 9, 1878. W. K. to make Money Money saved is Money made this can be done by purchasing quot your dry goods clothing boots and shoes hats notions millinery fancy goods &c.5 at Heller s Bee hive store. Examine these inducements and be convinced by giving the Bee hive store a trial Good Brown Muslin. 5 cents per Yard. Good pants goods.12. Cents per Yard. Good prints fast colors. 5 cents per Yard. Good ginghams.10 and 12. Cents per Yard. Good suiting for ladies and children.8i, 10 and 12� cents per Yard. Good beige goods.18 and 20 cents per other goods at correspondingly Low prices. Heller Brownstown Indiana

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