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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1851

0 WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL INDIANA PO LIS THI'RSDAY EVKM . OCTOBKB 84, is.ii. SALE OF SINKING FUND LANDS. TH following piece, parcel or lots or land. or so much of each as may be necessary , will, on Saturday, tue thirteenth day of Dtctmbtr next, between the hours of eicht o'clock, A. M.. and ftve o'clock. P M., at the Court Mouse door, in the town of In dianapolit, be offered for sale, to the highest bidder, the bid being equal to the amount chargeable; tne same having been mort gaged to the State of Indiana, to secure loans from the Sinking Fund, and forfeited by non-payment of the interest due thereon. 'o-wit: Bartholomew County. The w hf ot the u e qr of sec 15. t 10 it, rJ e. containing eiebtt acres, more or less; mortgaged by Henry Itritt. I.oau, interest. ore, bmu or. Blackford Count v. The n e fractional qr, (east of the old Indian boundary line.) of aec 14, t24 n, r 11 e, being the n hf of said Br qr, containing -Jl afM.. .1... ..... -. t . U - M . : ... v ,vi,, cu ur n vii Ul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 October 1851

mortgaged by Joseph W. Swain; forfeited and sold on credit to Henrv McKay Loan, interest, dtc. 83 3$. The s e qr of sec 22, t U n. r 7 e, containing 180 teres; mortgag ed by Samuel Morrison. Loan, interest, ate, wil H The e hf of the n w qr of sec 26, 1 13 .1, r 7 e, containing 90 acrer. MM d by James Woodward. Lo.sa, interest, dec, S204 80. The w hf of the s w qr of sec 4. 1 12 n, r 7 e, containing 90 acres: mortgaged by Samuel Walker. Loan, interest, etc., 5 1 The w ht" of tbe n w qr of see 39. t 13 u. r 0 e, contciuing SO acres mors or less; mortgaged by lam- K. Sleeth. Loan, i'.nerest, ic. 817 83. The e hf of the n e or of sec So. and the w hf of the n w qr of sec 25, ail in 1 11 n, r 0 e. containing all 160 acre: mortgaged by John J Lewis; Loan, interest, Sic, 476 18. Switzerland County. The w hi" of the w or of sec 7. also 16 acres lying in the e cor ner of the n w q of see 7. all in t , r 1 w; mortgaged by .Martin R. tireem forfeited and sold on credit to George W. Uresn Ixnu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Vtll.LlA.tt J. BKOWX, Kditor. A WEEKLY. IS EEKLY, Per Auuuu, ftl.OO AI m in II. BROWN, Publisher DAILY, 6.O0 VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1851. NO. 22. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL : A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, r?-Olfic ia THE SENTINEL BIILÜIN .Vorth Side Washington, war Meridian St , OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S BULL. AUSTIN II. BROWN, Publisher. P Ueekl) IlldiUiia Stilt P St'lltiliel. fcTO tlN4l.i: l BM KIBfiKX)) IS 0NL ONE DOLLAR A V EAR! Eleven Copies for Ten Dollar! XTPost .Masters can scud Money at our risk. WEDNLSD il LV KMX.. 0 lOBLK 5f-MH.il. I I ... if A resolution appr. oving the course of M. Simpson, as r-uuor oi ine Western adopted. State Sentinel II- .... . ...... a Wonder if this resolution was intended to endorse Dr. but 11 wR no1 Unlil lhe ,st 39i 1S3S. that une.fifth Simpson's course on the Fugitive Slave Law, and his ' -he excess of duty over 20 per cent, was taken off. calking rebuke of the Sentinel' Indiana Siatttman. Here we have two...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. " - , - WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor.1 " t ' INDIANAPOLIS: SATI RDA V K FSH, Oi'TOBKR , .I. Democrats State Central Committee. G PORTER, C. G. WERBF., DAVID REYNOLDS, L DUNLAP. WILLIAM H. MORRISON A GALL. N. BOLTON. Hud I Hurt. Disguise it as they will, the Scott Whigs Seel very ,ore UDdr th defeai of Johnson, in Pennsylvania , . The lollow.ng paragraph we clip from the Dayton Gazette, one of the most ardent Scott papers in Ohio. We look for fun ahead. The Editor is a very astute sort of a man and can read the signs in the political horizon without the aid of a glass. He is not quite so doll as our neighbor Defrees. But here is the extract : WHO CARRIED PENNSYLVANIA I It is perfectly certain that Gov. Johnson's election in Pennsylvania was defeated by influences outside of the State and treachery within it." The Southern Whig papers generally, and a certain class of Whig papers in the North, especially in New York, did not even make a decent effort to disguise th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1851

in BY iWetIK TELEliRAPH. From tt Louisville and Mariisou Hapere I From Louisville. Louisville. Oct. 21, KP. M There as fire at Galena, Illinois, on the 16th; f which datroyed property to the amonnt of ten thousand ; dollars. Tb steamer Swiftsure, No. 4. struck a log twelve ilea above here, at Utica. Indiana, and suuk. Boat and cargo a total loas. The clerk saved the books and (apr No lives lost. Insured for four thousand dolart. Kroi St. I . inSt. Loüis, Oct. 21, 8 P. M. A strong delegation from this city, consisting of the mayor, council, and one hundred delegates, with twenty five from the chamber of commerce, leaves this after -noon for Burlington, Iowa, to attend a convention which is to take place on the 23d. Prom Rom on. Boston, Oct. 21, 8 P. M. We have dates from Truxillo, Honduras, to the 25th of September. The country was quiet. An opinion prevailed that the policy of Central America would soon cause hostilities to break out. Several shocks of earthquake were felt at Nuxill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. .Fi. in Arthur' Home Gazette The Youug Housekeeper. T CAKOLINX IHNE " I hope, Emily, that you don't tliiuk I expect you to , work to spend the bright morning hoar in the kitchen . when we commence keeping hons," said George Brcn ton to his young wife. This remark was raado as he left the room, in reply to , something which Emily had been saving relative to their ! projected plan or housekeeping Mrs. Anderson ner mother, entered the parlor at one door as ber son-in-law left it by another. rt And I hope,'' said she, u M for your own sake, as well as your husband', you will not think of fulfilling his expectation that is. strictly speaking." " And why not Gorge is always pleased to have anv suvfiresti'on of his attended to. however indirectlv it ; 00 - may be made." " He would not be pleased, if on trial, it should compromise any of h's customary enjoyments. George's income, is not suffiient.to authorize you to keep more than one girl, who must he the maid of al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1851

WEEKLY STATE WIM INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY EVENIWG, OCTOBER 30, 1831. SALE OF SINKING FUND LANDS. TtiK following piece, pared' or lot of land, or to much of aachasmay beaeceeeary, will, on Saturday, tkt thirtttnikday of Dfmber .text, between the hour of eight o'clock, A . M., and live o'clock, P. M., at the Court Houm door, in the town of Indianapolis, be offered for sale, to the highest bidder, the bid being equal to the amount chargeable; the same having been mortgaged to the State of Indiana, to secure loans (mm the Sinking Fund, and forfeited by non payment of the interest due thereon, to-wit: Blackford County. The u e fractional qr, (east ol the old Indian boundary line,'. of sec 14, 124 n, r 11 e, being the n hf of said fr qr, containing 50 acres; aiso the s wqr of the aioresaid qr, containing 40 acres; mortgaged !y .loshn.i 1.. I a--. Loan, interest, AT.. .H4 32. Boone County. The a e qr of s e qr of sec 30; also the s w qr of the a w qr of see 29, both tracts containing 80 acre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 October 1851

rd by John McKinney. forfeited and told on credit to Robert C regory and Frederick W. Thayer. Loan, interest, Ac, S659 75. Union County. Three tracts of land being parts and parcels of the s e qr of sec 22, t 11. r I w, containing; in all 109 10-100 acre, more or less, bounded as described on page Ü2. book G, of the records of deeds .ii Union countv; mortgaged by John Haut. I.oan. interest. Ac , MS 34. Part of the s e qr of sec 23. t 11 n. r I w, containing CD acres, more or leas, bounded as described un page 216. book (. of the records of deeds in Union county; mortgaged by William Hollingworth. Iosm, interest, ore, 932C. The s hf of the u w qr of sec 24. 1 14, r 13 e ; mortgaged by William Gales. Loan, interest, Ac, t&42 34. Vanderburgh County. The w fr hf of fr sec 8. 1 7 s, r 10 w. containing 77 59-100 acres, except 7 J acres in the s e corner, heretofore sold :o John Garret; raort-if-irl by George B, Wagnon. loau. interest. Ac, S561 SO. Vermillion County. The n fr o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1851

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAX J. BROWN, Editor. WEEKLY, Ter Annum, fl.OO DAILY, A.00 VI STIH II. BROWN. Publisher VOL. XL INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1851. NO. 23 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, ET-Office in THE SENTINEL BUILDINGS. tforth Side Washington, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD FELLOW'S HALL, AUSTIN II R P f) W PtllllkllPr il U Ö 1 1 il II D Ii U H J j lUUllMllii Th it- it a a i a 1 I e t't'klV JHÜliina MÜI(' Öf flllllCJ. 7 TO UifCHJE l BSfKIBKKJ;.JO 1$ ONLY ONE DOLLAR I Y E LR ! ! Eleven Copies for Ten Lollars! T7"Pot Masters can m biI .Honey at onr risk. M L'DNESD A Y EVENINf:, OCTOBER 20,1801. Appointmeat by the Governor. John West, of Franklin county, Recorder, vice J Bliller, deceased. CT" Senator Douglas was absent from the city on n visit to his siek family in North Carolina, and Mess.s Cass, Wbitonmb, Bright, Jones. Shields, and Sturgeon who were known to be in favor of the measure, and win nave, since il- pasacr, clelenil.-.l ir, were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: SATURDAY EVENING, NOT. 1 1S3L. Democratic State Central Committee. A. O PORTER, DAVID REYNOLDS. L. DUN LAP. WILLIAM H. MORRISON, A. GALL, C. O WERBE, N. BOLTON. FRANCIS KING, J. P. DRAKE. W. J. BROWN. Constractlve Milage Agnin. We intend to have no controversy with regard to the question of constructive milage to Senators. We be lieve that it is wrong; and, believing so, voted to repeal the law. We think Mr. Whittlesey, the Comptroller of the Treasury, decided correctly, when, two y.ars ago, he refused to allow the Secretary of the Senate credit for the payn.ent of this constructive milage; and We think Reverdy Johnson, tbe Whig Attorney General, : decided wrong, when he overruled tbe decision of Mr. ! Whittlesey, and gave a long and labored opinion in favor of such payments. This decision, made by a Whig officor of the Government, stands as tbe law of the land, and all accounting officers are governed by i rul. s. ' , ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. From lb LouutiHc and Madison Paper. From Pittsburgh. Pit ruriiCH, Oct 2. Wimaith tt Noble's citv flour mills wire deairov.td hv fire this morning. They were the laniest and most ex teesive in the country. The lusa is probably corered bv insurance in Pittsburgh offices. There was' $25,500 on build njs and contents. A the fire took place in the roof a large amount of grain was saved from the lower stories. From New York. Nxw Yoax. Oct. 2. 6J P. M. The Brother Jonathan has arrived from Cbasres, via Mobile, where "he p it in on the Hih inst. for luel. She brings one hundred and twenty-five passengers but no news. Last evening, near Eire H:irr. she r n down the schooner C. Dellis. bound to Wilmington, with a valuable cargo. Ho. Waller Forward, charge de affaires to Denmark arrived in the Pacific. The steamship Marion, from Charleston on Saturday evening, arrived to-dy, bfiasjiasi eighty thousand dollars La specie and eight hundred bales of cotton. From Washington. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. From the üew York lay Book. Woman's Rights, or how a Wife lost her Husband. That women have not all the rights and privileges not all the riebt and that eauiiy demands they should have is exemphheU in the following romantic incident, which happened a short time since: A young married man, clerk in a Urge dry good store, who for several years past has spent his winters in the South, visiting the customers of tue firm and making new acquaintances, returned last spring to this city, the nnconscious victim ol an artful and wicked female seducer. It seems that while on his last southern tour he was introduced into the family of a merchant who had living with him an orphan niece of rare bcanty and accomplishments. The niece was the only daughter of a rich nlanter who died some years since, leaving his large fortune to his only daughter, into who?c pos session it was tn rome noon her arriving at the age of It. The voung man, who, for want of a better name, we shall ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1851

WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL INDIANAPOLIS: THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1851. r 7 w, containing HO Loan, intereat, Ar., 6 w, containing dO Loan. interest, dec. SALE OF SINKING FUND LANDS. THai following piece, parcel or lot of land. or o much of each a may be necessary, will, on Satunay,:M tkutttniÄäaf or Dtwnbtr mir, between the hours of eight o clock, A. M., and five o'clock, P. tt., at the Court House iloor, io the town of ludlanapolit, be offered for sale, to the highest bidder, the bid being equal to tbe amount chargeable; the aauie having been mortgaged to the ütate of ladiaau. to secure loans from tbe Sinking Fund, and forfeited by nonpayment of the interest due tbereou, to Wit: Blackford County The u e fractional qr, (eat of the old Indian boundar) line, of aec 14, t M n, r 11 e, being the n bf of said fr qr, containing i acres; alto the w qr of Uta aforesaid qr, containing 40 acre; mortgaged by Joshua K. Caan. Loan, intereat. Ac :;I4 38. Boone County. Tbe e qr of e qr of ec 30; a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 November 1851

ed by John McKinney ' 'forfeited and sold on credit to Robert C. Gregory and Frederick W. Thayer Loan, interest, dtp.. 5 75. Union County. Three tract of iand being parts and parcel of the s e qr of sec 22 t 11. r S w. containing iu all luö 1U-10U acres. more or less, bounded as described on page U2 book O. of üie record of deeds m Union conniv; mortgaged bv John . Munt Loan, interest. Ac , MS M Pan of the s e qr of sec . t 11 n. r J w, containing tft acres, more or lees, bounded as described oh page 916. )ook G. at the records of deeds iu L'niou county; mortgaged by William llollingiworth Loan. inu:ei, 4c . $38d. The hf of lb n w qr of sec S4. t 14. r 13 e; mortgaged by d lussn Gate. Loan, interest. . $54 34 Vanderburgh County. The w tr hf offr sec 8. t 7 s, r 1Ü w. coutauiuig 77 W- 100 a. re except 7j acres iu the s e corner, heretofore sold to John Uarrci; wonj?d by George B. Wagnon. lxan, interest, dec, ttoot M Vermillion County. The u i'r of the u e qr of sec tf, t 17 n, r 9 w,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1851

r 1 1 Ii: INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WILLEM J. BROWN N, Editor. V Publisher ) WEEKLY. WEEKLY, Per Annan, 1.0 I DAILY, 5.0O AUSTIN H. BROWN VOL. XI. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1851. NO. 24. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL: A GAZETTE OF THE PEOPLE, D-OHIce i. THE SENTINEL BUILIMNGS, A'orth Side tFasMngton, near Meridian St., OPPOSITE ODD rfiLLOWS KALI AUSTIN H. BROWN, Publisher. The Weekly Indiana State Sentinel, ! 07 'TO SI'HSf? RIBFRX -Tl 1 lllf hfl nOIIlR t V F i R I la "-'b I V.lEj WLL.tn A Iti.lli. Eleven Copies for Ten Dollars! BZTPost Master can send Money at oar risk. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 5, 1831. Got. McDougal. We have been pained to notice some severe strictures ; m the official conduet of this gentleman, as Governor of -,... r, r. f i f . California. Tlie Governor was formerly a citizen or In dianapolis, where he has many relatives and warm friends, who feel a deep interest in his success. We have carefully examined all the charge, contained in the ' . , . . piper, that hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WILLIAM J. BROWN, Editor. INDIANAPOLIS: WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. It, 1831. Democratic State Central Committee. A O PORTER, DAVID REYNOLDS, L. DUN LAP, WiLLIAM H. MORRISON, A. GALL C. O. WERBE, N. BOLTON, FRANCIS KING, J. P. DRAKE. W. J. BROWN. 37Gcn. Lane having left the city, the Governor' bouse will not be open this evening, as was contemplated. Lane Demonstration. We publish to-day the full proceedings of the ree-p- . nil nf i w art T ir.rt It i . mrtrtn..t ac vrittltn ..lit An. I re. ...'a v. .-.... uani, . ,11 . ) V V i, , Klink .. - i VI o. 1 Ktr n m .a 1 T . fl.r i . . ilnli rnrv wi .'. " ,. ' . i .1 r interesting to his numerous friends. It is bold, frank i nil ne i"urni ueepiy .... , i Read and and independent, characteristic of the man. ponder well what he says in relation to the slavery question. We hope to hear nothing more aiiout interpolating the Democratic creed.. The Issue. A series of articles have made their appearance in the Daily Lafayette ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1851

BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. I From the LouUyille sad Madison Papers. Froaa Cincinnati. Cincimnati, No. 4, 8 P- M. The river bat risen three inches. Weather cloudy. WSS .1 - rioar unactive; no nmir oone except in a .mail way ; TiTL u . . V, uue,ru . I JmI hiab .lull a lit m 4 h.taa an n.-.ul J ,J J-1AI Wtuskv dull at 16 Jc. Cheese in good demand at 6 ja file. Nothini done in provisions. Sal. s of 300 la.rs ItiocolTeeat 9la9Jc. Sales of 15,000 dozen cotton varns at 6, 7 and 8. Freights Whisky to Pittsburgh 75 per bbl. Pound freight to St. Louis 75. Eight hundred hos were packed to-day. Weather favorable, bat there have been no sales. From C harleston. Cn AKLESTOK, Oct. 30. We have news from northern Mexico up to the 22d nst. The revolution is tili progressing, and aflairs look I prom isinsr for the insurjents. A small party of Cara- 1 wpTa troop, having been fired npon from Matamoras, they rushed into the city and seized the custom house . lit were afterwards mpelled to retire with a loss ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1851

INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. Austrian Despotism Woman Whippere. Oar readers will doubtless remember that soon after the occuireucd of ibe scourging of Madame Mudersbach, under Austrian authority, we made mention of a disgraceful lact ui these columns. Mr. Charles L. Brace lue Aiueru-aa traveller in Hungary, who was not ioug siucc iiu(risoaeJ by the Austriaue ou suspicion of his being a spy, but who is now at large again, is a regular aiiu moat interesting correspondent of the Philadelphia Bulletin, la a recent letter from Pesth, he gives the history of tiiut dusboiicai outrage upon Madame Muderspucii. He says: Among the oilier victims of this horrible tyranny, there siill lives in Pesth, the lady who was scourged by the Austrian soldiers Madam Made.rsp.ich. 1 b:tve met several who has en her, nnd the account I hoy uive ol the adair is as follows, aud, I suppose, is substantial oorreet. Ö. was a lady of fortune and rank, residing in Siebenbürgen, toe South eastern part of Hungary. Hor hit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1851

WEEkLl STATE SEXTIM L, INDIANAPOLIS: THITtSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, 1851. SALE OF SINKING FUND LANDS. THK following pieces, parcels or lot ot land. or so much of each at may be necessary, will, on SautrJa. me tkirUentA lay of December next. bet wrrn the hours of right o'clock, A. AI., auit uve o'clock, P. M., at the Court House door, iu thr town of Indianapolis, be offered for aale, to the highest bidder, the bid brine equal to the amount chargeable; the time having been mortgaged to the State of Indiana, to aecure loana from the Sinking Fund, and forfeited by non-payment of the interest due thereon, to-wit: Blackford County. The n e fractional qr, (east of the old Indian boundary line.) of aec 14, t !4 n, r 11 e, being tbe n hf of aaid fr qr, contaluing SO acrea; also the a w qr of the aforesaid qr, containing 40 acres; mortgaged by Joshua B. Cass. Loan, interest, Ac, 9344 HS. Boone County. The a e qr of a e qr of sec 30; also the s w qr of the s w qr of sec 29, both tracta contai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 November 1851

d by John MeKinney" forfeited and sold on credit to Robert C. fcrreexjrv and Frederick W. Thayer Loan, interest, Ac, 65 75. Union County. Three tract of land being parti and parcels of the e qr of mc 92, t 11, r 8 w. containing in all 100 10-100 acres, more or leaa, Umnded as described on page 222. book G, of the records of deeds id Union touniv; mortftf ed Ia- John S. Hum. J-oan interest. Ac , 4542 34. Pan of the s e qr of sec 22, t 11 a, r 2 w, containing M acres, more or lew. bounded as described on page 210. book O. of the record of deeds in Union county; mortgaged by William Holliiujswonh. Loan, interest, Ar , 93X. The a tf of tba u w qr of tec 24. t 14. r 13 e; mortgaged by Wdiram Gates. 1-oan. interest. Ac, 9642 34. VanderbuTeih County. Tbe w fr hf ofl'r sec 8, t 7 s, r 10 w. containing 77 60. luO acres, except 74 acres in the s e corner, herelolore sold to John Garret; mortgaged by George fi, Wagnou. Loan, interest, A , 50. Vermillion County. The n fr ot use n e qr of sec 0,...

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