The  Shelby  Republican
Friday, March 1, 1901
Page 6
         The many friends of  Mr. Edward Cornelius,  who reside in this city, will be pained to learn that he was taken very much worse last night and is more than likely dead ere this.  Mr. S. J. Thompson  left for Indianapolis this afternoon at 2:30.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby Union  Banner
July 21, 1864
Page 4, col 4



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The  Shelby Union  Banner
Shelbyville, Ind., August 27, 1863
page 3, column 3
               NOTICE. -- All persons indebted to the undersigned by note or account will please pay up without farther notice.  My books and papers can be found at my old stand on the Square.
E. G. Cornelius.

The  Shelby  Union  Banner
June 4, 1863
Page 3 col 3
          FIRST OF THE SEASON. -- Those Strawberries presented us by our friend Geo. Cornelius were the finest we have tasted for many a day.  There were four varieties, the Hovey Seedling, New Albany Seedling, and two others the names of which we do not remember.  The first varieites were the largest we ever saw, and the flavor could not be excelled.

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