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18 Aug 1864

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18 Aug 1864

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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - August 18, 1864, Connersville, Indiana W. H. 6reeni. Editor and proprietor. Tebm80f . Par totem. 52 Nim by a i amp and tue. If not paid Wor a he com of the your. Blat in a Vitatoe a foil it Bis in. .4a 00. S m it oot Vbk still by i Biava thub8day. August 18, 1864. To the no poor Ivd Iava. In Moa Stato Sentinel of Yetter-4�j Leonti coed what purports to be to and drum of Tbs democratic slate Central comics to a to the people of Indiana signed by j. J. Bingham chairman. A to big document is of an extra Ordinary a by a mtg i deem it my Doty to warn the people against the which it Setma intended to produce. To prevent soy charge of mis construction on my part i Hen quote it to the exact words As it appeared in the Sentinel address. In View of the excitement of the pub lie mind arising from the perilous Condi Tion of the country and especially from Tbs late Call of the president for 6u0,000 men to be drafted on the 6ih of september next if not before voluntarily enlisted into the military service of the United St Las the democratic state Central com Mittee expressing As they believe Poms of the democracy of the state have deemed it proper publicly to declared first that while it is the Well considered and inflexible purpose of the demo cratic party of this slate acting in concert with All patriotic citizens who respect the purity of the ballot Box and desire the Public Good to maintain by Force if need be. And at All hazards the right of the people to free and fair elections we condemn any attempt at resistance of the Laws before constitutional remedies Are exhausted and earnestly advise All men to abide patiently the action of the chosen representatives of the democratic party at Chicago on the 29th of August looking Forward to the coming election for a peaceful and con a Titu tonal redress of grievances More effectual than violence. Second in limes of Public peril like the present Sod in View of what Are believed to be Well founded apprehensions of attempts on the part of those who Are in authority to interfere by military Power with the Freedom of elections patriotism and prudence alike demand that the con Blitt Dooal right of the be Opit to keep and Bear arms As a necessary Means of de sense to a free state should not be violated or abandoned and it is the right and duty of All Good citizens to co operate in open lawful organizations for the Protection of the Freedom of elections and for the preservation of peace and constitutional order and the rights of the people within the state As Well As for its defense against invasion and we especially recommend to the people in All their counties township and election rescinds thorough organization for these ends. Third As Manifest inequalities exist in the assignment of quotas to the different states under the late Call for 500,000 men. Which have created the belief that there has been a unfair discrimination in favor of some Eastern slates to the prejudice of Indiana and other states this committee has a a sued the duty of ascertaining by application to governor Morton adjutant Leneral Noble. Provost marshal Baker or other proper authorities the grounds of a Neh inequalities. And Wyeth it it a or not they Are in accordance with the Law and can be a pm died. By order of the committee. J. J. Bingham chairman. The second clause declares that in View of what Are believed to be Well founded apprehensions of attempts by those in authority to interfere with the Freedom of elections recommends a thorough military organisation of the people in All the to untied towns and election precincts and advised All to exercise their constitute Nal right in keeping and bearing is sumption that there a a Well founded apprehension that those in authority in this state will interfere by military Power with the Freedom of elections is a and wickedly false. There is not Mie fact upon which a Ucb in apprehension Waii be based not a circumstance can be a referred to in the political or military his Lory of Tbs 8t�t� during Tbs a Xis Tenca of tie War justifying or suggesting the Fierge. It is True that this charge has in made before bit a Iwaya without in Jiei Zient of truth for the a imply purpose of exciting and goading the people into illegal Dii Iloyd and do Ngy Rous organic Cibos and demonstration i against Federal in Djeko to a to Bority. Iii a tin , Jim Wmk yet la Foj. Ihu a a in pro of this be no tip Ihu Jim int to a a Iagle Jet it giving color to big a Rioko do cd Infa motts Ohar or to a i a k ii a Glt Insle not in a Rich i t a of a a a Iod a be outlive Power or of or on a Jid property. To a Salaad civil Rig tii a it Hoot re a re a a ii to or politics. Emu in Rvin Jiaa it Vurnor of Iodis of i he a a a Oder a a of for the a bold pop of a no Noi for to Continos Reg a dlr Jyh. Of a Llama its or a spa Zaionc it the same tip a i by a Iuta to a indie the it git it film a a Tabor it Lio difference ii Odd re but anti Sci or by what my Tbod i May be m my pm. 8o or is. Tbs a prot Biog a to i lift mock Road a a will a Tbs a feb War. To hide if of a very 1egitimim%ot�r be to ten re Iiri in a. End do lib a to Eze Reite of Tfir a Lect Ivy tia in my per pole nor Baa there a ver been any reason to doubt it and i can not under the pretence that i am about to violate my duty tolerate the formation of any dangerous or illegal military organisations the True purpose of which is to resist the state and Federal authority overage the people control the elections and thus accomplish the very thing against which it is hypocritically contended they a re to guard. It is True that phrases about Quot open lawful organisation a Quot Quot defense against invasion Quot &c., Are introduced in the second clause of the address but they do not in the least disguise its effect and purpose. It assumes that those in authority Are about to violate the Law and urges the formation of military organizations to prevent such violations. Such has been the history of revolutions and civil troubles. The people have been arrayed against the govern meet upon real or assumed pretext that acts of tyranny bad been or were about to be perpetrated justifying and demanding military resistance. Need i argue to an intelligent people that the state of things recommended by this document would inevitably Lead to collisions and civil War the end and consequences of which no Man can predict. While it purports to be addressed to the people of the slate generally it is intended for those Only who belong to the Politica organization which its authors assume to represent. Should its recommendations be followed men belonging to other political organizations will feel their personal and political safety endangered and would be driven for purposes of self defense to resort to similar measures. Thus we should have two or More political parties in the state armed and organized into military bodies and. All Hopes of preventing collisions and preserving Pesce and order would be lost. Military organizations must be under the supervision and control of the constituted authorities of the slate. All others Are illegal unauthorized and dangerous to the Public peace. The constitutional right of the people to hear arms for their own defense has not been and will not be infringed. But this does not cover the Case or justify the formation of military organizations to hold the constituted authorities in Check under the pretence that they Are about to commit illegal or acts. When we consider that threats have already been made in various parts of the state of resistance to the execution of Federal authority and that the Public mind is already in an excited and feverish condition it May Well be thought that these proposed military organizations Are designed for that purpose and will be used in that Way and this View is greatly strengthened by reference to the preamble of the address. I do therefore solemnly warn the people of the slate against accepting the evil counsel they have received to abstain from All military organizations looking directly or indirectly to resistance to Federal or state authority to abstain from All schemes of resistance to the Laws and from All organizations or combinations political or military tending to Compromise them in their allegiance and duty to the government of the United states. The men who would i Veigle them into such schemes or combinations Are powerless to protect them against danger and would undoubtedly be the 6rst to desert them in time of peril. In reference to the concluding part of the address it need Only be said that the execution of the conscription act and the assignment of quotas of states districts counties townships end cities belong exclusively to the Federal and not to the state authority and that a sexy exertion has been and will be made by the state authority to secure the correction of error and see that full Justice be Dooe to the state and every part thereof. Given at the executive department this 16th Day of August 1864. 0. P. Mob toy governor of Indiana. On Tbs 8tb. Tbs a of iii Abs do Tbs Riff no or Ceni Bellton and at of tvs clock in tvs a vexing the head of the a a Lamn struck Tbs Weet Point and at Anu rail Road destroying the station at Palmetto tearing up the to Sulc for Miles and burning a considerable amount of Corn and commissary stores. Resuming the to Larch under cover of darkness it ibid ight Tbs Davao cd came suddenly upon an Immy Oso train of five Hundred Wagon lying carelessly in Camp by the Roadside without a guard. The Best mules were selected to mount prisoners and replace played out horses the remainder were killed. By Daylight the destruction was Complete and All done without the firing of a a hot. The train was one of great value containing Gen. Hood s papers an immense amount of clothing and All the Headquarters goods papers desks and Camp equip Page per Taining to Geo. Hardee a corps. Beaching Fayetteville a few hours later quite a number of prisoners were taken among them some officers of High rank who were members of Acour martial in session there. At ten o clock on the 30lh, the column reached the Macon Railroad at a Point fifty Miles South of Atlanta. After a spirited fight with the rebel cavalry they were forced Back and the Road destroyed for six Miles. After a few hours rest. General Stoneman not being heard from Mccook decided to return by a North West course. Everything up o this moment had been a Complete Success. But alas the enemy were fully aroused. Those few hours of much needed rest had proved fatal. Ten o clock on the 31 St near Newman our forces were suddenly confronted on All sides by rebel infantry and cavalry. A desperate fight ensued lasting five hours in which our cavalry held their ground with the greatest tenacity. Lieut. Miller with two guns of the 18th Indiana Battery proved himself a hero giving them grape and canister at Short Range to the last. Three alternatives were left to surrender As prisoners of War to stand and flight to the death or to Cut a Way out and elude the enemy by fast marching. The latter was chosen. Col. Brownlow with four Hundred men started first but half of his men were captured. He escaped with the remainder swimming the Chattahoochee. Gen. Mccook ran the Gauntlet next escaping with twelve Hundred men. The 2d Indiana sustained a loss of one Captain one lieutenant killed five officers and eighty enlisted men missing. Of my company capt. Hackleman Thomas h. Hackleman Serg t 01. Dale corp. Brothers Jacob g. Linder j. F. Vickers and S. Nesbit Are among the sergeant Bulkley came in yesterday morning having made his Way through on foot a distance of Over one Hundred capt. Hackleman Bis brother Serg t Dale and corp. Brothers when last seen were dismounted at Newman and Are without doubt prisoners of War. Linder Vickers and Nesbit had gained the North Bank of the Chattahoochee and will probably make their escape. The boys Are weak and worn from Over work and loss of sleep but otherwise in Good health and buoyant spirits. Yours respectfully Probasco Thomas Lieut. Co. A 2d ind. Cav. A a. S. 7 an a Load or two of Good Wood will be received on subscription to the times. Batol card. I will Endeavor to be at my Orece in Connersville during the summer and fall from the 20th to the 30th of each month and be prepared to accommodate All persons desiring my professional services. E. Columns. July 14, 1864.-5w died or on the 16th inst., in this place if is Matt Claypool wife of Newton Clamp lawe8q, aged sixty Siz years six months and this teen Days. On the 9th inst., Geo sob c., eldest child of Angustus h. And Emily Hatch kiss in the fifth year of his age n imm Tom Mooij i Piava cat Autt. Correspondence of Connersville times. Marist to ga., aug. 7, 1864. My. Editor in order to a Llvy undue a a Xii to on the part of the Friende of oar company i desire to make through your of plumbs Tbs four Wizig statement of Onolfo ing the losses sustained by our regiment in the recent cavalry raid to Tbs rear of at Laott. A a a a quota Early Devn july 1st Csc airy division if Cool come analog a ii Btl i i dry a from their position on Tbs extreme right of the army to Tbs North Bank of Tbs Chi Ftp to ooh a ii rho re Mccook was reword by col. Hai Rimon s brigade of mounted infantry from bos Aeau f comm and and imm in sly Oom Mencz a a re pid no Roh Down the River with instr action from general Bernan to a Reata a diversion of the enemy a of a airy the we St and tear of aus a Zibili g�9. 8qn�idan to of. Out us a a Zilb to Dmn us Moon nil dad. Ai Iio ii notice of Sale pure amp a estate. Otic is hereby Given that will ill at Public Sale ii Friday the 16tb Day of september next on the premises the following described Beai estate the county of Fayette and state of Indiana belonging to the estate of Wilson t. Adams sr., late of said county deceased vix n a part of the North West Quarter of. Section 31, township 13, Range 13, do scribe a follows beginning at the Notin it West Corner of said Section thence East 80.9i reds to a Stone a thence South 169i88 rods to a one in the line dividing the a action thence West 20 rods to a stake Benee North 92.03 rods to a stance the she West a i it ods to a stake in the we Sti line of the a to to my i Benee. Noth,.69 rods to ginaing�><n�btainins4k.7s-aoni8more�r less. Also one a Tbs traits of land a tvs Sanie a described m follows Beglau Ili Brouti East of the South neat Comer. Of Isi %art9r Tacnea North 7 is thence East 11 i Jodi tvs nce South 7 rods the Nch West u rods to the place of a inning staining in Hutti Rellis of an acre More or lest. Let of l �.1 to also a part of the son a West in Arhur of said Section Detz Hbl Das fellow is be inf s6 re a a East from the North West Comer of said thence Oasi-16 rods a the line Divide Kion thence South i rods then to thence North rods to the pfc a a Orne Ginniv Gehtz Miniago Balf a i amp tries or h the said two last mentioned try ets being ebb Tigu Ous and adapt iii g purposes Walt. Sold. In path the Hiil Nasr a Rovetti Enla Una i Rte Anees in Tyr on Jim opig�ng.niioi.-. A of by terns of the tale win be a a Thor a Iees in hand one third in nine la ont Lisi and the re Mainini third in eighteen months Foo a i the Day of Sale Tfaye posh user giving vis la a to a with i a priv pid an Tiv waiving valuation a Nodi appraise in Bias Abd bearing Tbs Secretary of the Treasury gives notice Quot that subscriptions will be received for Coupon Treasury notes payable three Yiirs from aug. Ift Thi i8m, with Semi annual interest at the rate of seven and three tenths per cent per annul a principal and interest both to be paid in lawful Noney. Thwe notes will be convertible at the opt a of the Holder at maturity into six per a ent old bearing Bonds payable in not less than five nor More than Twenty years from their Date As the government May elect. They will be issued in denominations of $50, $10tf, $500, $1,000 and $5,000, and All subscriptions must be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty dollars. The notes will be transmitted to the owners free of transportation charges As soon after the receipt of the original certificates of Deposit As they can be prepared. As the notes draw interest from Augustl amp the persons making deposits subsequent to that Date must pay the interest accrued from Date of note to Date of Deposit parties depositing Twenty five thousand dollars and upwards for these notes at any one time will be allowed a commission of one Quarter of one per cent., which will be paid by the Treasury department upon the receipt of a Bill for the amount certified to by the officer with whom the Deposit was made. No deductions for commissions must be made from the deposits. Special advantages of this loan. It is a nation a latinos bake offering a higher rate of interest than any other and the beat Security. Any savings Bank which pays its depositors in u. S. Notes considers that it is paying in the Best circulating medium of the country and it cannot pay in anything better for its own assets Are either in government securities or in notes or Bonds payable in government paper. It is equally convenient As a temporary or permanent investment. The notes can always be sold for within a fraction of their face and accumulated interest and Are the Best Security with Banks As collateral for discounts. Convertible into a 81� per cent. 5 80 old Bond. In addition to the very Liberal interest on the Nous for three years this privilege of conversion is Worth about three per cent. It or annul for the current rate for 5-20 Bonds is not less than nine per cent per annul and before the War the Premium on six per cent. A a. S. Stocks was Over Twenty per cent. It will be seen that the actual profit on this loan at the present Market rate is not ices than ten per cent per annul. Its exemption Flea state or municipal taxation. But aside from All the advantages we have enumerated a special act of Congress exempts All Bonds and Treasury notes from local taxation. On the average this exemption a Worth about two per cent per annul according to the rate of taxation in various parts of the country. It is believed that no securities Ofier so great inducements to lenders As those issued by the government. In All other forms of indebted Ness the Faith or ability of private parties or Stock companies or separate communities Only is pledged for payment while the whole property of the country is held to secure the discharge of All the obligations of the United states while the government offers the most Liberal terms for its Loans it believes that the very strongest Appeal will to to the loyalty and patriotism of the people. Duplicate certificates will be issued for All deposits. The party depositing must endorse upon the Ort Tea certificate the denomination of notes required and whether they Are to be issued in Blank or payable to order. When so endorsed it must be left with the officer receiving the Deposit to be forwarded to the Treasury department. will by Bec Eivid by the Orcas user of the United states at Washington the several assistant treasurers and designated depositories and by the ii St hat Oval baht or Mia Taphous. And by All National Banks which Are depositories of Public Money and All Bank and baby lbs throughout the country will give further information and afford every facility to subscribers August 18, �864.-m3 v. 88. I confucius b. Edwards clerk of Quot the circuit Cowart of said county Cert the sheriff of Fayette county that at the eral Flection to be held in said county of Fayette county confucius circuit Cowart of said county certify to Quot a Quot Genon the second tuesday and eleventh Day of october a. D. 1884, the following state District and county officers Are to be elected Viz. Governor of the state lieutenant governor Secretary of state auditor of state treasurer of state clerk of the supreme court reporter of the supreme court superintendent of Public instruction four judges of the supreme court and attorney general for the state of Indiana prosecuting attorney for the fourth judicial circuit one common pleas judge of the sixth judicial District one District attorney for the sixth judicial distr let one representative in Congress for the fifth congressional District one senator to the general Assembly of the state of the District composed of the counties of Elette and Union one representative to the general Assembly of the state of the District composed of the counties of Fayette and Union one treasurer of Fayette county one sheriff one recorder and one Coroner also one assessor for each township of said county. And said sheriff is commanded to give Legal notice of said election of officers aforesaid in accordance with the Law in such cases provided. Witness my name and the Seal of said court at Connersville this 15th cough mor t try Strickland s new Vav a i a it s or. Strickland s mellifluous of a Lull Bali scion. Cures coughs colds sore Throat asthma and consumption. It is Only necessary far any one troubled with these complaints to try one bottle of or. Strickland s mellifluous cough Balsam to convince them that it is the Best preparation Ever used. It not Only cures the above affections of the Throat and lungs but it cures night sweats and spitting of blood and is an excellent gargle Fot any kind of sore Throat. It is pleasant to take and a Safe Medicine for infants. Price 50 cents per bottle. For Sale by druggists generally. General depot no. 0 a ast fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio. Aug4y Day of August 1864. Confuo Cius b. Edwards clerk f. C. C. State of Indiana Fagette county is. I John Savvage sheriff of said county certify the above to be a True copy of the original certificate of election issued. Given under my hand this 16th Day of August 1864. John 8avvage, augl8w3 sheriff of Fayette county. Land for Sale. Acres of land in Columbia 1. X or township Fayette county Indiana will be sold at a reasonable Price. The land is situated two and a half Miles West of the White water Valley canal. The whole tract is enclosed with Fence about seventy acres Are cleared and under cultivation the balance is Well timbered. It is Well watered and would make a Good Stock farm. This land can be purchased at private Sale at any time before the first Day of october 1864. If not disposed of before that time it will then be offered at Public Sale at the court House in Connersville. For terms apply to August 11, 1864. Jake Klum. Rick Ian a remedy. sure cur i everybody is being cured a this distressing disease by the use ofor. Strickland s pile remedy. Read what those say who have used it. Or. Charles w. Landram of Louisville ky., and or. J. P. Hazard of Cin Ninati Ohio both were cured after using Oil pot of or. Strickland s pile remedy. To in 8ay they have tried every thing but Couch obtain no Relief but one pot of Strickland s i g remedy effected a perfect cure after suffering it or Many years with the worst kind of piles. Tangy recommend every one who is suffering to try it. Sold by All druggists Ai 50 cents per manufactured at no. 6 East fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio. Ask for or. Strickland s pile remedy. Aug4y notice of Sale of real estate. By order of the court of common pleas of Fayette county i will sell at private Sale the following real estate belonging to the estate of Harrison Spencer late of said county deceased Viz the undivided six tenths of two thirds of the East half of the South West Quarter of Section no. 5, township no. 15, of Range no. 12, situated in Fayette county Indiana. But if the same be not sold on or before the i4th Day of september next i will on that Day offer the same at Public Sale on the premises in the North East part of Posey township of said county. The terms of Sale Are one third of the Purchase Money to be paid in hand on the Day of Sale one third in nine months and the remaining third in eighteen months thereafter the purchaser executing his notes therefor with approved surety waiving valuation and appraisement Laws and bearing interest from Date. Anderson Spencer August a 1864. Administrator. Notice of Sale. Otice is hereby Given that i will sell at auction on Friday the 2ud Day of september 1864, at the residence of Thomas e. Mcconnell late of Fayette county Indiana deceased All his personal property consisting of horses cattle hogs sheep Corn wheat farming utensils �0. A credit of three months will be Given on All amounts Over three dollars the purchaser giving his note with approved surety waiving valuation and appraisement Laws. Thomas m. Mcconnell August 11, 1864. Executor. A and 11-1-Mu-As Strickland s mixture 18 a compound of astringents stimulants and Carminative which every physician acknowledges is the Only preparation that will effect a permanent cure of diarrhoea and dysentery. The anti cholera mixture is now in use in several of our army hospitals where it gives the greatest satisfaction. It has saved the lives of thousands of our soldiers and citizens and we will guarantee it to be the Best remedy in the world for diarrhoea and dysentery. Or. Woods of Covington by will be most Happy to satisfy any one As to the virtue of or. Strickland s anti cholera mixture. If you suffer with diarrhoea and dysentery try one bottle. Soldiers you ought not be without such a valuable my Cine. The Cincinnati National Union of apr 24th, says that thousands of our soldiers a been saved by the use of Strickland s anti cholera mixture. For Sale by All druggists at 50 cents per bottle. General depot no. 6 East fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio. Aug4y take notice. Section thirteen of an ordinance adopted by the president and trustees n the town of Connersville on the 2l8t Day teachers examination. A Public examination will be held at the office of the undersigned in the town of Connersville Fayette county Indiana on Sarday the 27th Day of August a. D. 1864, for the purpose of licensing those who on examination May be found qualified to teach common schools said examination to commence at 9 o clock on said Day. Thos. J. Trusler August 11, 1864.-w3 school examiner. We. Newkirk amp co agents for Lutz s one horse Corrain drills Banff Ltd s Straw tuners. Notice of Sale of real estate. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned administer matrix de Boni non of the estate of James w. Orphant late of Fayette county Indiana deceased will sell at Quot private Sale by Oder of the court of Goninion Pleinis of said county the following real estate belonging to the estate of id decedent to wit e East half of the Quarter of Seoti Oti s5, to ship is Range is. Also,>17k be off the East Side of the Resi half of said Quad Section. .as0 a Pait the North West Quarter of said so Fli Imi Desei bed As follows by nning at the not eth a Ait Tao tier of a Aid a�4rt�l> to Benet set Tab pkg degrees Fik tees West 68.9jmces Benee North 8s9�o de Gnu East 97.8 Verebes to the line dividing the ii tip ii a Thelley. Seoti 88.1 ipe ads to the Blae of Laljit my tuned Tio Sola to Jackson Tow Bip for a school Hott v. Its Tuii of it of Tbs a a a Janif ii go us to a tuft if in a cafe Wihr Natii Eoli a to tet met a i Par t0f4�0�st0mv�c on of a Mif j or and c pm t of valid Ai Alti Hills Quot a earwig having Given my Milt Thoro Agli conf Dent that j in far salts faction. To All my East firt. ., a a a self. And Connersville August 4,1864-6w ski Lliel i Post strayed or stolen july 88th, 1864, from the premises of the subscriber in Washington township Wayne county Indiana one and a halt Miles from Waterloo of sorrel Mare about fifteen hands ,.ve years old on Hind foot White lip to the pastern joint slightly Sweeney in left shoulder none of her feet shod Light mane and Tail and in Good order. I will pay a Liberal Reward to any a person returning said Maire to me or giving information of her whereabouts my Post of Bce address is Waterloo Fayette county. Aug4w3� v Gilbert w. Thomas. State of Lily Lana. Fayette county is. In the Fayette circuit court sept. Term 1864. David t. Co John in a Quot Quot of Quot a of a Quot a a Ithamer Boydes j. J. 0 in. The third Day of july 1864, of comes to the clerk t office of the Fayette Cir Euit com said plaintiffs an file their Ecta it la int. He Nitt As it also the affidavit 9f a a in by which it appears that ,.ltbamer Boyd is a non resident of the state of Indiana. Said defendant is them Bra by Reby notified of the iii tag and Pendency of said cause of action and also and to a psst before the judge of the favetto Cin suit court on the so chd Day of the next term thereof to Beiden at the con Hon ssh in Connersville on the Firat monday in a and w.w.vaosa of action otherwise the is me. Will be Quot la a in Lana deter iting w Dei Ynfant s go sly be a be eco ing wl�w.,i. I j. A m 31 a. Iti y 1 0 if anal. Vanto set my name and Treaca of said of a Gist to Al. Of. Of june 1859, prohibits any person or persons from Riding or driving any horse Mare gelding or mule at any greater Speed than at the rate of five Miles per hour through or along any of tho streets or alleys within the corporation limits of said town under a penalty of five dollars for each and every such offence notice is hereby Given that hereafter said ordinance will be Lully enforced against All offenders and All persons Are Herl by cautioned against its violation. David Moyer aug4w3____marshal. Town ordinances. Be it ordained by the president and trustees of the town Quot of Connersville that every stable shed ouf House hog pen or building whatever and every lot Yard and premises attached or pertaining to any building hog pen out House shed or stable within the limits of said town or within one half mile of the corporation line which is or May be kept in such condition As to cause or be Likely to cause ill health or to be offensive to these is so As to interfere with the comfortable Enjo sent of life or property in the neighbourhood thereof is hereby declared a Public nuisance and such nuisance will be abated under the provisions of the second Section of the act amendatory of the act incorporating said town approved january 15, 1849. And be it further ordained by said presided Ani trustees of the Toton of Connersville the act any person or persons who shall erect Mai Kitain or suffer any nuisance or other thing causing or Likely to cause ill health to be or remain on. Premises occupied or held by him or thei i within the limit of said town of Connersville or within one half mile of the corporation line shall forfeit and pay Foi every such offence the sum of tet dollars to be recovered in to name of said the be fore any Justice of the Prace county in an action of debt with c ott8 of suit. And be if further ordained if in premant aka ivus tees of the town of Conn Eravie that the running at Large of open Bitch with in. The corporate limits of said to a and the same is hereby prohibited and tie destruction of ii fcb dogs so running at Large within said limits a hereby authorized. And every person who shall be the owner of such Bitch dog and shall keep the same to run at Large within the corporate Lih nits of said town Shan forfeit ran every such of Lance the cum of five Dol ars to be recovered in the Nan get of said president and trustees of the town of conic Estillie before any. Justice of the peace of Fayette it Iouli to in an action of debt with costs of a i adopted july 18th, 1864. ,. At. I Bateman preset. A. New kick clerk. Aug4w3 a Tat Bof zit Omaha a tests a eth Tytti. In ii yet circuit courts i Tahr tim 1864. Mary f. Brainard a . A ed1l7aftd&, r a cd we f. G. C. 1 00,000 a Undi we cd to a a Bleik will Tbs a Elm a East or in ods a All a it Tea new Storjo Baio flip we Olizi so . Tork Torel William e. ice Avit on this Twenty third Day of july plaintiff sled ii the clerk of said court Ber Eon plaint a also Ibe i Ofra Quot a oaf to fitness by a bib it Isis Bosfa that said defendant is a. Non resident of tbe9liae of Indiana. Said defendant is hereby notified of the filing and Pendency of said cause and also to a a Beverii to judge of said Courtion the a Sis. Day of Ter , tribe Holden inf l Donn to one. Arst mgt a september ism Al amp ser to kid cause of it Ion it Wil the Sime Wilt be tried a coding to la wised Idoft i signed in his absence i amp iou a \ c0nf�oc1u� j by july 28,186�., rim a Wool wanted Thov Sani of air Poi 4m

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Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!