The Shelbyville Daily Democrat
Rev. L. A. Gould
and Mr. A. J. Thurston went to Franklin today to attend an
educational convention. The convention embraces presidents and professors of
educational institutions in the central West. President W. R. Harper,
of the University of Chicago, is expected. Prof. E. R. Burton, of
the same university reads a paper and Prof. E. B. True, of
Rochester, N.Y., theological seminary, also reads.
May 19, 1899
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelby Volunteer
Notice is hereby given that we will sell at Public Auction on SATURDAY, THE 10th DAY OF JANUARY, 1863, at the residence of Stephen Gould, late of Shelby county, Ind., deceased, the following property, to-wit: Two Horses, Wagon and Harness, Farming Utensils, Wheat, Corn, &tc.
Thursday, December 25, 1862
A credit of three months will be given on all sums over three dollars, the purchaser giving his note, waiving valuation and appraisement laws, with approved surety. --- Dec. 15th, 1862.
S. V & J. B. GOULD.
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