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Brownstown Banner (Newspaper) - November 28, 1878, Brownstown, Indiana An Independent democratic journal devoted to the Best interests of Jackson county. Vol. X. Indiana Noy Embee 28, 1878, no. 45. He. Eiley Bolles at the town of Ewing As just completed an extensive by inulin ouija Keiit to his general Liu siness House in Ewing county Indiana and filled it with a full line of cooking and heating stoves hardware tinware Anil foods of every description pertaining to the hardware stove and tinware Trade All of which will he sold at the i ii West Cash Pkim est fully As Low if not lower than any other in Southern Indiana. 1 continue As heretofore to keep a very Large and general assortment of every kind and description of Staple and fancy dry goods clothing boots shoes hats Caps notions groceries provisions Qucen sware glassware Woodenware &c., and Ofier the same at prices tie cheapness of a Liili none can dispute. The new Stock of fall and Winter goods just of Eneil was selected with great care and is not surpassed by any in the county either in extent Fua ity or cheapness. I ask tie push c fro iii near and afar to Call and look ten oui ii my set ral departments Price goods of All kinds and thus satisfy themselves that it is to their interest to come to Ewing to buy goods. W. B. Bouses. amp gravestones s s it a p a Matt. Hamilton to show you the Seymour Indiana. A s for Low prices Good material workmanship &c., t defy Competition. I Jam manufacturing All kinds of Fine Marble monuments and importing direct Fine Irish scotch and English Granite monuments. Jug give me a Call and Leatrix prices Liebie purchasing elsewhere. Seymour Indiana. H. Quot a. Godfrey. Martin Harbart manufacturer and dealer in furniture and undertaker Walnut Street brow town Indiana. A Large and elegant Stock of parlor dining room Kitchen chamber Ami office Stirni ture As also picture frames. Brackets and other ornaments kept constantly on hand and offered at prices that can not be surpassed for cheapness. Col sons of All sizes m Large variety including All modern styles kept in store. Corns also made to order upon Short notice. Having a Good Hearse i am prepared to attend funerals in my part of Jackson and adjoining counties. Martin Harbat. Brown Stevvn nov. 1, i8tt. In Vallonia and Sieve at least 10 to 25 per cent in i he i it Ricc of buying i 0 is. Skin a Cash Viu siness and nil ups no had debts and consequently has got no losses to make up Oil quot of those Olio pay As they go. He makes no blow but simply asks that the people Call and Price his goods and Ihus be convinced. Sam has now on hand a very Large Stock of dry goods i Rocerick read Nide clothing for men and boys. Hats and Caps boots and shoes. Sam is Liering special bargains in Fine dress goods. He has them without a doubt. Don t think that because it is at Vallonia away off from Browns town four Miles that he has not got Fine ladies dress goods in almost endless variety. Go to Vallonia to Sam Lockhart s Mammoth store and see and be greatly quot surprised both As to his Stock and his prices. It will pay Yon. Rin they Are 801.d with a written Ciu Arance do quicker and better linking lie i fore durable and lasting have More conveniences use one third less fuel and to be made Woltil greater expense and care Titan any other line of stoves in tie world. I rices from �20 to silo fully trimmed. Sold Only in Brownstown by Matt. Mamilton general dealer in Cook Taxa and Sleat Inci i tin Ware brass Ware Hopper Ware table and pocket cutlery &c., &c., &c., &c., amp a. A promptly attended to. Nt5,Bear in mind the place in Vermilya s three Story Brick on main Street opposite the court House Brownstown ind. Matt. Hamilton. Brownstown nov. 7, 1878. A cd o cure of Catarrh /. In each neighbourhood to introduce our blocs Mist cd Cata Esh Bei Eedy on Dollar package free to a it Oso Wil Ling to pay express charges 2�h,i i Rea i Vav. Cheti by Adraius or Union express cos / in add eff _ amp co., go a 1 Ai a Oty country Cousin. My Little country Cousin is really Worth a dozen of the City girls j of meet As you stroll along Broadway she s Ever of much neater she of Ever so in Ipoh sweeter a just a modest Little Flower not intended . Pure As the sky above her none know her but to love her the very Birds for her repeat their most delicious songs so Bright she is and merry you will not think it very strange that the troubled heart for such a cheery spirit Longs. So pretty and so Youthful. So in Tush yet of truthful. My Little country Cousin with her Sweet attractive ways. My favorite is clearly indeed i love her dearly. And find that language is too poor in Wlinich to speak her Praise. My love i need not stifle with me she does not trifle. Or bid my la the Letalien wave Niy aspirations drown. A no my precious jewel would never be so cruel kor my Little country Cousin is the sweetest wife in town. A to Chine Seu Lance of i it Atli pro you iced upon tie be Deemor. The following is a cop3 of the most Menio Rable judicial sentence which has Ever been i pronounced in the annals of the world sentence pronounced by Pontius Pilate intendant of tie Liwer province of i Ower Calilee that Jesus of Nazareth shall Sufler death by the Cross. In the seventeen i year of the reign of tie emperor til it quot Erius and on the 2-Ith Day of the month of n Arch in themos holy rity of Jerusalem a luring the pontificate of Annas and caiaphas Pontius Pilate intendant of the province of lower Galilee sitting to Judyn Zient in the presidential seat of the Inetor sentences Jesus of Nazareth to death on a , Between robbers As the numerous and notorious testimonies of the people prove 1. Tests is a mis Leader. 2. He Luis excited the people to sedition. O. He is an enemy to tie Laws. 4. He Calls himself the son of god. 0. He Calls himself falsely tiie King of Isriel. 6. To went into the Temple followed by a multitude carrying Palms in their hands. Orders from tie first Centurion quiz rills Cornelius to bring him tothi lace of execution. Forbids All i persons Rich or poor to prevent the execution of Jesus. The witnesses who have signed the execution of tests Are 1. Daniel Romani Paris co. Lohn Zerbabel. 8. Rapheal Llobani. 4. Cvijet. Tests to be taken out of Jerus Ilem through the Gates of Tournes. This sentence is engraved on a plate of Bliss in the hebrew King age and Oil its sides Are tie following words quot a similar plate Lias been sent to each it was discovered in the year , in the kingdom of a Tuples in a Searchi made for Koman antiquities and remained there until it was found by the commissioner of arts in the French array in Italy. Up to the time of tie Campaign ii Italy it was preserved in the Sacristy of tie carthusian near Naples where it was kept in a Box of Ebony. Since then the relic has been in the Chapel of Casserta. The carthusian obtained by their petitions permission to keep the it Lite which was an acknowledgement of the sacrifices which they made for the French army. The French translation was made literally by the members of the commission of arts. Demon had a few simile of the Pilate engraved which was bought by Loril How ird on the Sale of his Cabinet for 2,800f. There seem to be no historical doubts As to the authenticity of this. The reasons of the sentence correspond exactly with those in the of yellow fever. One of the thousand and one tragic incidents of the great plague happened at Holly Springs a few Days sit ice. A Beautiful Young lady of new was forced by her father to marry an old Man she could not love. Preferring death to slavery the Young lady ran away timid gave her services As nurse to the fever stricken of Holly Springs. After a few Days of devoted attention to the sick she was herself stricken. There wins a male Nui be for her. There no female hand to soothe with its gentle touch the fevered la of but the Noble Ridley was there to perform the last sad offices to the dying girl. Towards the list Slie said to him quot kiss As Ridley Kis Seti her on the Cheek she exclaimed quot kiss my lips quot which he did. She then said you Are the Only Man i Ever kissed kiss me while Ridley was in the act of kissing her she threw Lier arms aro Imd his neck and instantly Avalanche. A Young fellow went to Battle Creek mich., recently All the Way from California to marry to girl with whom he had corresponded and exchanged pictures but never seen. After learning her character he departed a sadder and Wiser Twenty one Young girls of Kenosha Wisconsin have quot resolved that if the Youmg men won t come and see us we will go and see and the Young men Are stepping do a and out and taking to the . Point settled. The following decision was rendered by the supreme court last week from which it will be seen that trustees who had held the Oil ice for two consecutive terms at the Date of the late october election become ineligible and can hold the office no longer than until their successor Are elected and qualified. The Case decided was Aitken. Up from Posey county by Lobua Jeffries the minority candidate who is now entitled to the office 7,21g. Toshua Jeffries is. George d. Rowe. Posey c. C. Rovers etl. Biddle to contest the election to tie office of township trustee. Tiie contest was on the ground that the contested my to had been declared elected at tie april election 1s7s, was in Eligi file because he had held the office during to o consecutive terms before the 1st of april 1878. The contest or in this Case was the opposing candidate and received a less number of votes than the contested. The statute declares quot that any person who has held the office of trustee of any township in this state for two terms consecutively at the Date of the next general election in october 1878, shall not be eligible to said office for the next ensuing term and that hereafter no person shall be eligible to the Tolice of township trustee More than four years in any term of six acts of spec. Sess. 1s77, 79. Township offices Are not created by the Constitution. They Are the creatures of the liw. Con., Art. 6, Sec. 3. Offices creat etl by the legislature May be abolished by tie legislature. Ali e Power Liat creates can destroy. The creator is greater than the creature. Tie term of an office May l e shortened the duties of the Ofhie increased and the come sensation lessened l y the legislative will. 8 Blackford 81 4 ind., 1 17 ind., 483 18 ind., 2 54. The Plain meaning of the statute is that any person who Lital at the Date of tie general election in october 1878, held the office of township trustee two consecutive terms immediately before so Ioulia not be eligible to hold the Otince the next ensuing term. The fact that the time of holding the elections for town slip trustees had been changed from the month of oct Olier to tie month of april can make no did Terence and the fact that the contested was eligible to hold the Ollice at the time he was elected will not authorize him to hold it after he became ineligible although it shortened his official term. Offices Are neither Grants nor contracts nor obligations quot which can not be changed or Impi ired. They Are subject to the legislative will at All times except so far is the Constitution May protect them from interference. 7 ind., i�7. In this Case the contested had no right to hold the Ollice of township trustee after tie general election in october 1878, any longer than until his successor is elected and qualified. The contest or is entitled to tie office. H ind., 93 15 ind., 327 41 ind., 572. Ludg Lieut re Verset i. The Only trustee in this county who is affected by this decision is George Slagle. He will probably be invited by Jake Frey to step Down and out As he Steps up and of condolence. Hall of Clear Spring Lodge quot no. 323, a. F. Amp a. M., november 1st, 1878. J , it pleased the supreme architect of the universe to summons from his labors on Earth on thursday october 31st, 1878, our beloved brother Jordan Boyatt calling him by his omnipotent will to that judgment which awaits All who Are toiling in this earthly Temple Axi it whereas the masonic ties which live for thirteen yetis bound us in Mutual Friendship and enjoyment to our depart etl brother Are severed Zio More to be re United until the Day when the grave shall yield up its dead thei a fore lies Lvcy that we sincerely mourn this disruption of covenanted Friendship bearing in tender remembrance his Fidelity to masonry and his Devotion to the principles it inculcates. Lick solved that we earnestly sympathize with the relatives and friends of the deceased brother and tender them that Consolation which the world can neither give nor take away and that we Wear and drape our Lodge in mourning for the Siace of thirty Days. I solved that a copy of this Pream Lle and resolutions be forwarded to the families of the brother and inserted in the Brownstown Banner. David j. Cummings quot Samuel Dodds committee. John w. Lefevre Here is the Winter upon us and Edison has not yet invented a poker phone Liat will enable a Man after he has crawled into bed to touch a Knob and shake Down the ashes sift pm put on some fresh Coal swear at the Gas and generally quot fix quot the Furnace fire in one time and one motion. Go to Sam Harding s Jeweh a store in Seymour and buy your love of a Turtle Dove something Nice for a Christmas i

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