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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 22, 1865, Connersville, Indiana A a a a a a. A t Laberry and Union naw and forever one and inseparable a War Heil a a a a it f vol. 15 no. 35. Connersville. Indiana thursday june 22, 1865. Whole s of. 763. By Jas. Fabish stub. The weekly times. Terms a a i50 in Advance. In them a Laduna bag amt. We Hava received letter from a member of co. Of 84th Indian Regii nent which Baa bean to Long delayed a to Render ita publication in full uninteresting at the Prea it time. The 84th a in general Kimball a Dit Aion and Gen. Grose a brigade. It was at Gamp Barker tenn., at the time of the writing of oar correspondent. Getona. Kim Balf air a Irona Ara spoken of a Universal fax Mies of the to Zdiera and a men of whom Indiana Navy Natly be proud. The 84th has passed through Twenty five Battles a Oma of them the hardest fought engage ment of the War. It went into the service with 970 Man and now masters Only 326 teen. The Fayette county Boya remaining in the regiment Are we. C. Bid Jacob Ridge we. H. Widows we. H. Walker w. L. Jackson w. T. Silvey and Hender non Yeatch. In regard to being mustered out on correspondent says one regiment in in go health but we Nave Quot Home on the brain Quot very bad just now. I Don t know when we will get discharged. We thought a few Days ago we would get Home in two or three weeks that delusion la a vanished and the report now is that we will go to new we Don t believe it. The rebellion is crush and and we think the ought to Send us Lioma. Soma of a have been soldiering since april 1861. If it is fair to Muster out those men who come out just because they could get Large bounties and Quot leave a out in the old Quot we Quot can t see we Are to get t7b Bounty while some who have served Bat a Short time and received irom 9700 toi800 Bounty Are now being mustered out. We whipped the Hay Gat the pay Lor it then go Home to the fit Miliea and friends while we remain in uie army. It right or fair the War department imbued an order in May to Muster out All White volunteers whose time expired prior to the Iloth of september 1m5. With he exception of one campany our regiment bras mustered into the United stat a service on the the Day of september 1862 the company alluded to did not obtain the requisite number of men and was not mustered in until the 4ih of october. Tha reason for not mustering us out is that our re it Ament was not organized until the company we left behind joined us. That kind of Logio would hold nine companies one month longer than the time for which they were mustered in and we Are unable to see the Justice of such a decision. Since putting the above in Type we understand that the 84th regiment Haa bean discharged and is daily expecte8%o arrive it Indianapolis. In Gratiaa. A the Kew Tork Tribune Maya the number of alien immigrants landed in that City Between the 1st of january last and the 31st of May inclusive is 50047 against 68,078 in 1864. For various reasons the number of Inami Nta arriving prior to the 1st of May last showed a considerable falling off a compared with the corresponding period of last year but since that Date the arrival have been heavy from Liverpool Glasgow Queenstown Bremen and Hamburg averaging nearly one thousand per Tonji per Day the Causa of this augmentation has been not so much the idea of a turning peace sufficient time not yet hav ing elapsed for it to become thoroughly a curated in Europe As the inducement of High wage and that of free Homestead held out by the United states government through the new Bureau of immigration. Thi a a Rea Aiona of Andrew Johnaon pnw4bt of the on Tad state Ara worthy of remembrance via Macy to individual a a not always Ifa Ercy to the Quot Trasat a a crime not a oriere differ a Nee of political a Quot treason a Quot a crime and must be i. Bavis of . An american missionary in Southern Ladia i Ritaa to tha Nav York Index a Dant to any Hia present dilemma Yoa aboard Bavy Beard him talk Aoma 20 Yawara i go a i used to in Mississippi of the Quot Difina institution Quot and tha certainty that �?�11 Tea Middle and Wea Tarn Sutra would sooth and revive the Quot Ina Titton 4b�ialvaa, if Statham Ata Tayamen Wuu Only a Aart to bar Righta at peril of disunion Jaff. A to <3malim of tb�ib6k cons i go. I save Haas Auoad a a a a drama to Tea diera of Tea a Ripi a of Bioh Haia cop a chief. It Para a warm a cd Quot tribute to Bair valor and to that of in Arma who Ayala do their country in Bair Bio a. has Jadie Ballf to Keiit �98 16. No a Albany till Coal of Voth or i eau or the a map correspondence of the times. Cuxton Lowa june 11, 1865. Eos. Tiqua a i wrote you a Hasty note from Farmington which place we left last fonday morning for fort Das Molinaa and arrived there at 2 o clock a. M., the following morning. The Railroad Froni Keo us to it. Dea Moines a in running order to Palla forty Milea from forties Moines which distance we travelled in coaches of the Western stage company. Bonaparte and Bentonsport Are respectable Villagra on the Dee Molinaa River and doing a considerable amount of business especially in the manufacture of Woolen goods. Dams have been erected across the River at these Points affording a Large amount of water Power. At Ottumwa the Railroad from Burlington through it. Pleasant and Fairfield intersects the a Keokuk Road and a designed to Crossa the River at Thia place Clinton and be extended to the Missouri River at a Point Between the state line and Council Bluffs. On leaving Ottumwa going West the River Hilla get smaller and smaller until you find yourself traversing a Fine rolling Prairie country of Rich soil. Palla is a considerable town settled by the dutch. Corn crops is this Region look Well though the weather has been dry. Fort Des Monea is a fast place everything a done on the High pressure principle and quite a Large amount of business is transacted. It will continue to be a Central Point and will be to Iowa what Indianapolis is to Indiana. It is the Central Point of the Coal Region. The Only thing wanting is Iron Ore to make it a Large manufacturing place. A it is there is a Oon Siden ble amount of agricultural simple Mente made there. Much water Power May be obtained on the Des Monea River which is now Only partly used. The town Bias been greatly improved and enlarged since i last saw it in 1864. It a surrounded by an extensive not of Rich and highly productive farming land. The corporation limits of it. Des Mineji extend four Miles North and South and two Miles East and West and this space a nearly All dotted Over with building Only part however is compactly built. The state House a Plain Structure stands on High ground on the North Side of the River. The court House a Large and re ape table building is situated on the South Side Between the Des Moines and Raccoon Rivera. There Are two burying grounds one on the North and the the South aide of town. To give on idea of the Price of land it May be stated that the City authorities paid this Spring $200 per acre for several Acrea lying beyond the corporation on the North Side of the City for a burying ground and that unimproved Prairie land. We left fort Des Moines at 4 a. On the 9th inst., in a coach for Nevada Distant thirty Miles North on the Railroad from Clinton to the Missouri River. This Road crosses the Des Moines River in Boone county thirty three Milea above fort Des Moines and about two Hundred due North from Clinton crossing Cedar River at the rapids. Along the whole distance it runs through a Rich dry Prairie country with fewer Alews and swamps than any Section i have passed through in this state or Illinois Marahall county for Beauty and Rioh Nesa of soil i consider unsurpassed. The town of Marahall the county heat is situated on rolling ground and on the Railroad. Clintonia located on the West Bank of the Mississippi River two Miles below Lyons and at the Point where the Railroad from Chicago crosses the River on a splendid Bridge. In next letter fmay refer More particularly to the town ita aur rounding and ita Prospe ote. Yesterday i had tha pleasure of wit near ing tha return and reception of tha Rem Nanta of Tiff Iowa Ragi Menta from Sher Man a army. The men were bronzed by expo Aara in Tbs swamps of South Carolina and Ltha. And Hilla of North they bad bean in Many a hard fought Battle. Tbs if Flaga Ware in utter. They had Iman with Szafman in a . Ebay wan with him at Armani pm poet Vioka Burg Chattanooga Atlanta a Sanaa nah through Tea Carolinas and at tha for Rauder of joint Ted if any of tm.jf4ra cities and of Clinton and n�ighlrboo4 at Bair arrival of Tbs Oara a a track we Danialy lln�4 with a Ziona re late a a Dorianda. Both a a rating i no to a with aim before. Joy Baa mad Spoa Tbs Aan Bisrat Faaa of lbs a la re a Mot ban. A no Road Tbs in re Torii of wive kid in husband of Auto wily gra�i�4 Lur Brotby a. To wry we re Aad Maarta too bit wooo Potof those who did not return with their comrades who had been left behind to sleep their last sleep in a Southern soil who had become Mayra to free government and institutions. Tbs aah of Joy slightly Ablated tha Goldiere into line with their torn Battle flags with free and elastic step and were marched ii 09i urn to a shaded Square where tha Titi Ian had prepared a table loaded with it sumptuous repast at which they feasted. There Are four or five regiments in Camp Here awaiting payment and final discharge. The weather is dry Here though the Corn looks Well. It rained Bard at fort Dea Moines the night we left there. Pump Masom. The Wyandotte Cave. By Jas. Fabish stub. A bold aet. One of the boldest and coolest acts of villainy we have heard of for a Long time waa perpetrated at Richmond ind., a few Daya ago. The Telegram gives the following account of it on the Day named a Man Drova into the City from the East two Milch cows and two yearling Stock cattle and sold Thena to or. C. H. Knopf Butcher but in Ance of some suspicion on the part of the party making the Purchase he declined paying for them after they had been delivered no his Slaughter House and they were turned out and the stranger drove them Back to main Street and employed or. Bailey to sell them at auction. They were accordingly put up at the Corner of main and Marion streets and sold to or. John Hatfield for 9126.00. Or. H. Drove them out to Hia farm and put them on pasture. About the same time three residents of the Northern part of the City Jacob Noss Joseph Egli and j. H. Sellers missed cattle of a similar description to those sold by or. Bailey. On investigating the matter the fact waa revealed that the cattle lo6t by the parties named above were the identical ones purchased by or. Hatfield and the owners proceeded to where they were in pasture and took Possession of them. Bat not Content with merely recovering their lost property they entered proceedings before Esquire Stubbs against or. Hatfield for damage sustained in being deprived of their property for the few Days it was in his Possession. In this action however they failed and had the costs to pay. The loss of the 9100, paid by Hatfield for the cattle was generously divided with him by or. Bailey who As fumed the one half of it. The Musl Ippu ineds Adver Biag. Or. Jay Cooke has just made an explanation of the Means he employed to obtain in one week subscriptions to the National loan amounting to nearly one Hundred million dollars. The explanation is in a single word be advertised this explains the Marvel. He did nothing More but be did it Well. He accomplish nothing that another Man May not accomplish in his own business. Liberal advertising in the papers was the Rod with which he smote the Rock and performed a financial Miracle. Or. Cooke in 1861, after the Banks of Philadelphia had refused to take the state loan of Pennsylvania St Over ninety per cent., undertook to place the whole 83,-000,000 at Par. By an organised Appeal to the people through the press. This he did in less than three weeks and while United states Seo Uritia were Selling under Par. He was afterwards sent for by or. Chase to apply Thia successful system to the United state loan he has since placed the whole of our immense National obligations at Par. There Are people to whom everything seems easy of doing when it has been done. But or. Fessenden after trying the Experiment of placing the Firat a Van thirty loan through the batiks in vain was obliged in the interest of the nation to recur to the experience and Enterprise of or. Cooke. It is As certain a any thing can be that no Loana have Ever been Pla Ltd by any enl Opean government at Nearl so Small an expense to the government a is have bin and Sim Fhy because of Thev Means made use of to reach the there is not a Branch 6f business not a dealer of any kind that cannot profit correspondingly. Or. Fessenden thought it was expensive to advertise and quit dosing it. He got no Momy and into trouble. Or Cooke spent Liberal by but in tha and it prof and vastly the cheapest method it Tiby business Man the dealer great and email apply the Leaton to himself. The secret of our financial Marvel the wonder of All countries is Indiana Pasette. From the Waverly Magazine. Having Learned that tha world s most remarkable Oava had lately been discovered in Crawford county Indiana i waa not Long in making up decision to Visi in. I started in search of the among miniature mountains almost As rugged Alm oat a wild and quite a Beautiful a theae which look Down to reflect their faces put the bosom of the Quot Blue Juniata Quot i foil ind it. It waa situated five Milea Back from tho town of Leavenworth on the Obio River sixty Pirlea below Lou is vice or. H. P. Rothrook a Wilthy citizen of forty five Yeara reside Noe was the proprietor. Bright and Early after the morning of arrival in company with half a Dosen others ladies and gentlemen and a Well informed son of or. Rothrock for guide f presented myself at the Mouth of the Cave and commenced the under ground journey. The Mouth of the Cave was Small and presented nothing in appearance that could be considered remarkable but soon after entering i was convinced that we were visiting an affair of no mean importance. Our course was rapidity downward and Ere we had proceeded Many paces i realised a writer a description of the Entrance As recently published in the Cincinnati Quot daily times Quot the sunlight reflected Back from a Hugh spectral looking Rock reminded of the decrepit old giant who Oouida do nothing but sit in his Cave biting his nails and grinning at Christian As he passed in and a we moved on deeper into the Earth and this under ground world began to take upon itself Gigantic proportions i went even further in the business than did this editor of the Quot times Quot and wondered if we might not be in a mansion of the fabled Cyclops and if the Man of the House might not a suddenly return with his flocks and find us Ulysses like where we were not exactly Welcome. I cannot say that i feared any such result yet i must confess that a slight shudder passed Over As i turned and saw the Light of Day blazing through the email opening far Back it answered so Well to the mythic description of the giant s great fiery Eye. We passed on through a number of Large dry and airy rooms each bearing an appropriate name until we came to one. Very Long and to much resembling a Railroad Tunnel that one almost found himself stopping at every moment to listen for the cars. It waa named columbian Arch. Beyond this the rooms began rapidly to Widen and the ceiling to Rise up to a bight of from seventy five to one Hundred feet. In one of these and immediately Over head was an object which the guide pointed out to us a the Indian chief and upon careful looking we found it to be a mass of White Limestone and by the Way a pretty Good representation As perfect perhaps As is the Quot old Man of the mountains Quot on mount Washington. It bad an advantage Over that wonder however for by viewing it from different localities we could make two distinct pictures of it each the same Indian. Chief but in different postures. This part of the Wyandotte Cave has been known for forty or fifty years. It is three Miles in length and possesses Many object of interest among which is a mighty stalactite and stalagmite United and formed into a pillar measuring forty feet in Highland seventy five feet in Cir Cumfer a nce. It is As White As Snow and in the Rioh Nesa of its apparent carving and drapery surpasses anything that could be imagined. The pillar of the Constitution is the name applied to it. About one mile in along the old Cave and we came to the Entrance of the recent Hundred and seventy five feet stood Monument Mountain a vat pile of Rocka thrown together in Moet glorious confusion while above All two Hundred and forty feet from the a Init of tha Mountain Hung Wallace a grand dome arching gently in every Way to the shape of the hum pile that loomed up beneath it. From the base we passed to the Summit of the Mountain and the Bright Light were again kindled parenting. A scene even More splendid if possible than when viewed from below the dome was closed at the top by a smooth a lip tical lab beautifully fringed by Broad Leaf like stalactites As White As Snow and Curling into a thousand different forma. Tea Summit of the Mountain waa a Gigantic at Alamita from which arose three sni Aller ones six or eight feet High looking very Ainah like Marble monumental from these the name Ift do tved. But i cannot att it a Desanj Lton of this wonderful Cave in a Short article like this. It would require a volume to give even a faint idea. Sufi Sce it for to say that i have visited most of the remarkable caves of our country including the Mammoth of Kentuck but thie i found to surpass them All in piano particulars. I spent two Days in exploring ita mysterious branches and winding in the course of which i travelled and Rei Raveley Twenty three Miles by actual measurement. How much further i might have gone no one knows a great Gnu pored passages Are taking out in almost every direction. The main Branch of the Cave a before intimated has but recently been discovered. New exploring parties Are passing into it almost daily and bring out accounts of new discoveries. To what extent it is Likely to reach no one can conjecture but there is one thing upon which it is Safe to Settle it is of be great Cave. I am not much in the habit of Prophe dying yet i feel that it would be Safe to say that the Day is fast approaching when this will be one of the greatest places of summer resort in the United states. The country for Miles around a almost in a state of nature al rounding with Many kinds of game and is sure to remain so for it belongs to or. Rothrock and he who not suffer the lands to be cleared up. In addition to this the Cave a situated on big Blue River immediately at the first dam consequently the finest fishing of the country is right there. These attractions added to those of the Cave itself and coupled to the fact that the locality is easy of Access and that Good accommodations May be had there at Tow figures Are und to draw crowds of visitors. They Are already doing s Sale. By Virttie of an execution to directed from the clerk of to Fayette circuit court in a cause ii rein Joseph Burk is plaintiff and John h. Lilie and Fred Fiok new House Are defendants requiring to make thei sum of sixty eight dollars and eight one cents $68.81with interest on said Fez Beutien and costs i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on tuesday tha �7th Day of ii a. P. 1865, Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M., and 4 o Elock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court Houie of Connersville Fayette Ltd it unto Indiana the rents and profits for a term not exceeding Siren years of the follow bag real estate to wet t a part of the North West Quarter of icon no. 14, township 13 of Range and a met of the North East Quarter 6f said Section own ship and ran also a a Art of the South East Quarter of Section 11, township and Range a Foresaid beginning at the Center of Section no. 14 azores Liidi Thenea North s degrees West 53.9 perches to i stake thence West 1.5 perches thence not of degrees West 54.8 perches to a stake and a lib tree Thenee North 84 degrees Easi l a or clip i into a Stoke in the line dividing the Section then by North 6 degrees West 131.8 perches to a Comerf of River Thenee North 4 degrees East 18.8 Thettye. I South 6 degrees East 19 Perchm Aeve six to Vetiver to a Blue Ash thence South meg2�e�est la Arches to a Black Walnut thence Wodtli Elk degrees West 31.7 perches to a Sycamore Krejei thence South 14 degrees East 20 a stake at two Sycamore Trees on the Section w thence on said line North 84 degrees East perches to a stake on the East Side of the River thence by the meanderings including the whole River to a stake in the line dividing the Section thence South 84 degrees West 82 perches to the place of beginning containing 87.7 acres mor or less also including the grist Mill and saw Obix one Calls the modern Quot tug of War Quot a gunboat. For the cheapest groceries Oak. 4tleonard amp brother a Harrison Street Conwell s Block a chs Connersville ind. Great improvements in sewing shuttle machine patented february 14, 1860. Sale8b001e8 no. 536 York. No. 252 Washington Stree Boston. No. 720 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. This machine is constructed on al entirely new principles of mechanism possessing Many rare and valuable improvements having been examined by. The most profound experts and pronounced to be it has a straight Needle Perpena Denlar action makes the lock or Huttle Stich which by discovered part of the Wyandotte Cave. It was a Small passage taking off a Digi paucity and per Cotton combined downward to our right known a the. Scuttle. We went through it and found everything to undergo a sudden change for the most Beautiful formation were All a Rouimi us in their original condition whereas in the old Cave having been exposed to free vandalism for so Many Yeara a name a of Idla persons were sitting in a country Toni the other Day one Aud Daniy a aked Iba company. Quot what Iatha diff Ranoa biafran chivalry of. The Middle Ages and aha to of Day Quot lir. Tompkins varied Thi on pm it Donal and tha nth Wam Chotty Quot a a Bahl Quot Azoulai ibo a John Jones Esq Don t a f fool to Kipar ill Uli you one wore a coat of mail tha other a boat of . Y. Poat. �?1-�?� tos Loo Avilla journal cavort in East anon by Ganyl Roii a of Ina a of Bation for Oon Graas is Ibay did Triet. A of would make Gall Tat and tote Parma by a re a. Tha Lour to whole iian Ion would bail who Jay tha al Otious of to Aga aral. = they were either carried away or to a great degree damaged. After passing a number of very interesting rooms we reached one that Capa the Climax upon anything of the kind known to Man called Mammoth Hall. Of Lourae cannot say what Firat Impre Vaiona the sight produced on All present but for myself i Felt very much the same As when i first obtained a glimpse of Niagara Falls. For some minutes we All stood and looked our in involuntary silence. It seemed a if we had suddenly emerged from the Cave into a strange world whose principal Char act Cristjo was the Darkne a of perpetual darkness on our right and on Bur left dimly shown by the Light of our lamps were deep valleys while in front of us towered a Mountain upward until it waa an trifly Loat in the thick gloom far above. Leaving a at the base of the Mountain our guide want on to Giva us Mha wafd a Batter View. But Little time Alip sad Ara All pertaining to Bim waa the 1� gain mfr of its. Lamp Bioh will of Tea was uhf a went darting Harland Tara now fully to View now lost to Quot Sigil and flow Bank to Stew again Aaita bearer moved up among Tea Rooks unto Bijj Raa Ohad tha a omit a Wainly Rad Froais Tea fast of ita twinkle in one place a Moma to and than like a mater shooting off in a a Orval lat in Darkne a and Silanoe again to aptly a Glaab of Light was aria Ubai Tea a Mich and Thna Brig Hund Eona Tant Blaase lbt top ova of Iii ita Ost Nagai i tia at ten Iii Avoir looked before us and loan Ting upward to the bigot of one will neither rip nor rave ii and is alike on both sides performs perfect sewing on every description of material fit it a leather to the finest Nanook Huslin with Cotton Linen or silk thread from the coarsest to the finest number. Having neither Cam Ner Coo wheel and the least possible friction it runs As smooth As Glass Ana Isis Nauta Vonn ibb Machaty it requires fifty per cent less Power to dive it than any other machine in the Market. A girl twelve years of age can work it steadily wout fatigue or injury to health. Ita strength and wonderful simplicity of construction Render it almost impossible to get out of order and is guaranteed by the company to be entire satisfaction. We resp a fully invite All those who desire to Supply theft selves with a Sunterior article to a Onia it and examine this unrivalled machine. Bot in a More Especial manner do we solicit the patronage of Dorset makers Gaiter fitters shoe binders Vest att Pantaloon makers. Mere Baut tailors coach a fakers Mann Fae tuners shirt a bosom makers dress makers Belig ious and charitable 2n�tiiiuiona Mill be Buratty Tau with. Prices of machine Complete no. 1, family machine with fue i and braider. A a a. A so no. A Small Mana Luttring with Exten Sion table. A a a a a a a a a to no. A Man Ifim Taring with eaten a to amp tsi Blufy a a a see a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a of a a a a a a a a a Yeeee 86 4, Lam manufacturing for leather with Bolling foot and Oil cup,.100 Oiw i totter a a term of in client to enable cow men to a Lori thie machine to their entire fax a a big. A Obita was no it Fornili towns in the v Sites where Aarau Are i of Ali Stabl also for Cabali Axil a ventral aaa South Riel pm it whom a i Bank Diseron twill he Given Saiia invariable Ca on delivery t. J. Mon Rtiz in �o., ssh b�wa7,9.t. Property House. If such rents and profits will not sell for Ai sufficient sum to satisfy said execution interest and costs i will at the same time and place expose at Public Sale the fee simple of of id real estate or so much thereof As May be sufficient to discharge said execution,.interestnd to St. Wilt Lam Cotton sheriff of Fayette county. Kid attorneys for plaintiff. Juno 1,1865__pr s fee $7 50. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an execution to met directed from the clerk of the common pleas court of do Arbor county Indiana in a. Cause wherein Augustus w. Frank is plaint and Herman f. Lillie is defendant require Iii luts to make the sum of two Hundred and to brew dollars and ninety cents Wilt in a or est on said execution and costs i will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder on to Sudaj the 3tth Day of Jane a d. 1860, Between the hours of 10 o clock. A.,m., and o clock p. M., of said Day at the do Ltd in of the court House of Connersville Fayette county Indiana the rents and profi for of not exceeding seven Yem of the Follot ing real estate to wit a part of the North West Quarter of Section no. 14, township 13 of rank 12, and a part of the North East Quarter of said Section township and Range also a part of the Soutsi East Quarter of Section no. 11, township and Range Afore said beginning at the Center of Section no. Aforesaid thence North 0 degrees West 53.s perches to a stake thence West 1.5 perches thence North 6 degrees West 54.8 perches to a stake and Elm tree thence North 84 degrees a i 1.5 perches to a stake in the line dividing the Section thence North 6 degrees West 1s1.8 perches to a Comer in the River thence North 84 degrees East 18.8 perches to a stake thence South 6 degrees East 19 perches across the River to a Blue Ash thence South 6 degrees West to searches to a Black Walnut thence South 11 degrees West 81.7 probes to a. Sycamore tree thence South a degrees East 20 perches to a stake at two Sycamore Trees on the Lection line a thence on said line North 84 degrees East 8s perches the a stake on the est St Side of a in River the by the meanderings including the whole River to a stake in line dividing be Section thence South 84 degrees West 82 perches to the place of beginning containing 87.7 acres nude or less also including the grist Mill and saw Mill with All the appurtenances b�1�hgmg,.sii-�, Nate in said tract of land levied upon As the property of Herman f. Lilie. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy said execution interest and Cost i will a the same time and place expose to Public Sale the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof As May by sufficient to discharge said execution into rest and costs William Cotton sheriff of Fayette county cat tool attorney for plaintiff. June 1, 1865.�?pr s fee $7 50. Sheriff s Sale. By virtue of an execution to a directed from the clerk of the court off common pleas of Fayette county in a causes wherein August w. Frank is plaintiff and John h. Lilie is defendant require in to make the sum of twelve Hundred Aad eighty seven a it of a Lars and eighty seven cents f tt87.87 a Wilt interest on said execution and costs i 11 expo a at Public Sale to Ted highest bidder on the away the 87th Day of Juas a. D. Be Between the hours of 10 o clock a2,m., Aad 4 o clock p. M., of said Day at the door of the court House of Connersville fit tto county Indiana the rents and Profiti for a Tern of exceeding seven years of the following re estate to wit a part of the North West Quarter o Section. No. 14, township 13 of Range �2, and a part of the North East Quarter of said Section township. And Range also a put of the South East Quarter of Section no. 11, to ship and run aforesaid beginning at the Center of a Tuin a of 14 aforesaid thence North 6 degrees West 5s.8 perches to. A state thence West Frehes thence North. 0 Degras West 54.8 Arches to a stake and Elm tree thence North 84 degrees tsi i.5 pm a chef to mistake in the line i Viditto tha Section thence North 6 degrees West 131.8 per i to a Corner in the her Ihen Wii rih 84 chef degrees East t8.8 ses to a perishes to a Black Walnut degrees West 31.7 Thenee South 149 South 6 degrees East 10 porches across the ver a Imus Ash thence Stith 8 degree ii West la Dent Thenee South Ali Hes to a Sycamore try a degrees East 20 Pereli ies to tip a stake at two. A Ramore treason Thise cd line thence on said like North 84 Degnaw East of Pem it Hes to a stake on the est Side of the Thenee by the meanderings including the whole River to a stake in the line dividing the see on Thenee so nth 84 degrees West 82 Pete Heeil to the or Lef grist and saw Mill with All the appurtenances belonging situate ont said treat of Laid levied non As the property of John h. Lilie. If say i Renu and i sell or k sufficient sum to satisfy said Edison tip a interest and costs i will at the sane time and place expose to Mablie sate theft a. Simple said rest estate or so much thereof As May be Suffi Eien to discharge said a been Tina interest Aad a Lofits. Said Sale will without any if whatever Ira a Vahia Tuni or Laws a Fli i Chat Root. Vimba Reni is Skint it Bipin a Ltd no _ by exed used at the in is office

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