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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST. NAPLOEON" O.. JULY 20, 1R94.
are all gold is far as yon can tee. They look
like solid cues, wear like solid eases, and
are solid cases for all practical purposes yet
-ca'y coat about half as much as an out-end-out
solid gold case. Warranted to
wear for to years j many in constant use
for thirty years. Better than ever since they
: are now fitted, at no extra cost, with the great
bow (ring) which tcrnnot h fulled cr twisUd
rff the case the
Can only be had oo tht cases
stamped with this trade mark.
All others hare the old-style pull-out bow,
which is only held to the case by friction,
and can be twisted off with the fingers.
Sold only through watch dealers. Ask to
tee pamphlet, or send for one to the makers.
KeystoneWatch Case Co.,
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THEIR
Rolling In ?ealtb, They Go the
Pace That Lasts.
'Quiet aad-uslneat-Llka Men Young
, uaekay, Whitney, George Gould,
Shepard and Mrs. Hetty
Green's Son Edwin.
Issued by the Central Press Association ot
Columbus, Ohio. ,
"Llks father, like son," is an old
motto, and a trite one. Like most old
mottoes it has been variously laughed
at and derided, and
then again, like
most old things,
it has been derided
as being a flavor of
bygone and forgot
ten days.', I was
reminded of the
old saying a few
days ago when I
met on Broadway
two men, one past
middle age, the
other young, who happened to hold to
ward each other the relation of father
and son. The father Is a man of medi
um height. Ho has determination
written in every line of his bronzed,
weather-beaten face. His square lower
jaw fits into his upper one as does that
of a mastiff. A bristly, stubby mous
tache rests under a strong nose above
a mouth in which there are no weak
lines. Clear, grayish blue eyes, keen
but not unkindly, are the best features
of his face. The young man who
walked beside the elder one has not
the same appearance of strength that
his older companion has. He is some
what taller and more slender. His
face is not yet mat-ked by such strong
lines, and there is no gray in his brown
hair. He is fashionably dressed and
well groomed. He, too, has a mow
tache.but it is not stubby or aggressive
In appearance. His face is amiable
and not strong, though when the young
man has seen 40 years roll behind him
his features will no doubt have taken a
different cast. ' :
The older man of these two wears a
loose-fitting business suit of no especial
cut or color, a nondescript affair, as it
were. The young man wears a suit
cut and made by a fashionable tailor,
evidently, and an expensive one, too.
Yet there are many pointB of resem
blance between them, as was natural.
The older man of the two was John VV.
Mackay, who, from being a hand oa
a farm near Fort Hamilton, became
the hero . of the Comstock Lode, the
main prop of the famous Hibernian
bank of San Francisco, . the really
strong man of the firm of Flood, Fair,
Mackay & O'Brien, later the multi-
: millionaire,, the part proprietor of the
Mackay-Bennett table, the man of a
hundred gold-producing schemes. The
' young man who was walking with him
was his son.
"Like father, like son." The phrase
was before quoted above and may be
used again. John "W. Mackay, sr., is a
quiet, retiring sort of a man outside of
business matters, and his son 1, the
same. They say that young John
sowed some wild oats in San Francisco;
- but be that as it may, he is sowing none
now. He was never the sort of a "high
roller" that Senator Fair's wild sons
were. The disposition he inherited
from his father and Mrs. Mackay'ssen-
; sible training were all in his favor, and
as a result he is a man of common sense,
his father's assistant in business, and
he is getting such a training that he
will be able to put his own hand on the
helm at . any time that it may be
Young Mackay is no sportsman. He
does not "play the horses," as most
rich young men do, He does not go in
for yachting, now the "sportiest" of
all sports for rich men, young and old.
Society in New York, so called, does
hot know much of him, and he does not
know society. He is like his father in
that his main dissipation is the the
, ater. John VV. Mackay was the close
iriena 01 John McTjailough and Law
rence Barrett, and MoCulldugh used to
like to tell how Mackay once helped
mm ana ms company out of trouble in
San Franoisco. ; Mackay was a strong
admirer of the tragedian, as he Is of
most actors, and in this respect his son
is like him. Young Mackay is like his
. father in another respect. He has that
- quality commonly known as "sand,
They used to say of his father in the
old mining days that he was sand from
head to heel. He is the same way yet.
-.. A couple of years ago, when the crank
epidemic was on, one of 'the species
called upon Mackay and demanded a
big sum of money under threats of
blowing up everything. - In less time
than ft takes to tell it, Mackay had the
- crank by the peck, ran him out into the
hallway and booted him down a flight
of stairs. .The crank didn't come back.
Young John W. Mackav showed that
Children Cry for
he had the right sort of stuff in him
when ho went abroad to the rescue of
his sister, the Priao as Colonoa, and
took her and her children from under
the nose of the billiard and card-playing
nobleman. To be sure, Mrs.
Mackay planned the thing In the main,
but it was young Mackay who carried
the scheme through, and the fact that
hs astute father left the affair in his
son's hands is an evidence of his confi
dence in the youth's abilltv. Mr.
Mackay, sr., is quoted as saying that
his son will be a better business man
than hlmsolf some day, but this is
As it is, he is a good-looking, well
meaning young man of very fair abili
ties. The wealth to which he is the
heir seems not to have spoiled him.
He attends to business with bis father
ljoy tha world .after his own fashion
ind altogether is a very good specimen
of the sensible young man of today.
His father's wealth is estimated at
from 175,000.000 to$125,ooo,003. What
ever it may be, young Mackay will get
the bulk of it some day.
WHITNEY AND HI3 HEIR. -
I met another pair on upper Fifth
avenue a short time ago, also a father
and son, who are even more interest
ing in their way than the bonanza
king and his heir. ,
The elder of these was a vigorous,
keen-faced man of 50, faultlessly
dressed, and having about himself that
indescribable manner that appertains
to successful men. The younger man
does not bear any striking resemblance
to his father. He is not quite so tall,
and his figure is not yet filled out, so
no fair comparison can be made. He
has a bright, open face, and at first
glance you would put him down as the
possessor of brains of the right sort.
And he should have them, if there is
anything at all in heredity, for he is
Harry Wayne Whitney, and the elder
ly or rather middle-acred man whowas
witn nimwnen I saw him was none i money Dewer man most young men,
other than ex-secretary of the navy, . and the fortune that he inherits is by
ing me reins, or, more properly, the
editorial chair. Young Shejard is sin
gularly like his father in soma respects,
but also resembles his mother, who
was the oldest and most handsome of
the daughters of William H. Vander
bilt. The late Colonel Shepard was a
handsome man, ot fine figure and court
ly manners. In this respect his son
bids fair to be like his father when ha
shall have filled out in figure. Hs is
already near to six feet in height, and
his features are those ot his father.
In disposition and temperament he is a
Vanderbllt. However, this may part
ly come from the fact that until he
went to college he was constantly un
der his mother's tuition, so to speak.
Mrs. Sbepard has taken more of an in
terest in the training of her children
than rich women usually do, and her
Influence over thorn has been stronger
than that of mothers usually is over
their sons. Young Shepard is natural
ly an amiable young man, ot fair but
not remarkable abilities. It is not cer
tain that he has any talent for news
paper work, or, for that matter, any
liking for it. Still, he will no doubt
take up the work his father left for
him to do, and will follow the path
marked out conscientiously it not brill
When William H. Vanderbllt died
he left to Mrs. Shepard, who was the
oldest and favorite daughter, $10,000,
000, which was invested In gilt-edged
stocks,so that the ten millions has been
making money ever since William H.
Vanderbilt's death. Young Shepard
has four sisters, who will share these
millions some day, but as it is the rule
In this family that the bulk of the
money shall go to the elder son when
ever there Is a partition, Elliott F.
Shepard is sure to be a very rich man
It he lives, and without any effort or
worry on his part He is a sensible
young man, and knows the worth of
William C. Whitney, a possible candi
date for the presidency, and a man
who in the last dozen years has worked
his way to the fore in politics in a
most wonderful manner, and who, at
the same time, has stepped from - the
ranks of the moderately wealthy men
of New York into those of the richest
men iu huo uuuiury, rnx-oucreiar y ,
Borne others, now
flftntpril t.Via . mnat i
profitable street , well-known EpUco-
no means likely to be dissipated by
him. - . , - .
SCION OP A FAMOUS FAMILY.
Another young man who is soon to
leave college and begin his life-work
in the world, without the aid of great
. wealth, but
Whitney, with Dan- i ""nuuB "nuio' "
nj Aion2U iroiiwjr, auu
railroads in New
York City, pay
ing enormous divi
dends.' He is also
int.Atfnt.ad In thA
WCVWiTUt standard oil com.
pany, and in any number of other pay
ing enterprises. His son is now fitting
himself to become his father's assist
ant, and though he is still at college
studying law as his father did, is not
likely to figure much in the courts. His
father has not pleaded a case since he
entered Mr. Cleveland's cabinet, and
few of any consequence since he was
corporation counsel of New York
City. ; '
Young Whitney is still at Yale col
lege, but this will probably be his last
term, He is an exceedingly popular
young fellow, for along with good looks
pallan bishop of
jNew York. Young
Potter is frequent
ly seen in New
i York, though not CinnotW.VWKsi
50 often as formerly, for this is his last
ear in college, and he is studying
, hard for honor. The young man bears
a striking likeness to his famous fa
ther, and he also strongly resembles
his uncle, the late Clarkson N. Potter,
who won so much fame in congress
. during the Tilden-Hayes imbroglio of
1876. v . ;4 .
Young Potter is tall and slender,
though of good figure. He' is some-
what florid in complexion. -He has a
strong, intellectual face, but his
prominent feature is his high, broad,
Dromlnent forehead, the same In for
mation and generation that may be
and brains, he has the rare tact that Wain photographs of Bishop Potter,
made his mother while she lived one of Alonzo Potter is a quiet, self-contained
the most popular society women in yun8 mani wno 886,118 to De enmusi-
either New Yorte or Washington. At ,8tl0 over nothing, -out is none tne less
Yale young Whitney is held in high norouguin prevty uiuc-u ovwmug
esteem bv his Drofessors as well as bv n ne uuuerwmeB. u tuuw,
his fellow-students. He belongs to the
best "set," as they call It in the uni
versity, one of his chums being Corne
lius Vanderbilt, jr., who will also grad
uate next year. ,
Young Whitney is what is known as
an all-around good fellow, democratic,
generous, full of good spirits, ready
alike for work or sport. Ha has un
limited means' at his disposal, for his
father does not believe in stinting . the
young, and he spends his money freely.
This in itself would win him a sort of
popularity, though young Whitney's
popularity does not rest upon , bis
money, alone. Young Vanderbllt and
Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., he takes
' no interest in college sports, boating
or base ball or football. Still
he is popular with his fellows,
with nothing of the snob about him
the sort of young man who always
finds friends In college among his fel
low students. For the rest young
Potter is possessed of an ample in
' come, which he spends freely if not ex
travagantly. He lives well, dresses
well and lives In as good Btyle as any of
' the other students. It is not decided
'as yet what career he will take up; in
the meantime he is one of the best
read men in Yale. His chief
some other of the rich young friends of studies aside from the regular
Harry Whitney do not go in much for . course, are oww k.uv0)
especially during the period from the
Reformation of 1789. D'rencri ana Eng
lish literature of the nineteenth cen
tury are pet studies with young Potter,
who is of a literary turn of mind him
self and one ot the foremost contribu
tors to his college papers. , It Is the
opinion of the tutors and professors
who have had the shaping of this
young man's education that he will go
out to his battle in the world equipped
as few young men are and that hia
future is secure. -
Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., will finish
at college this year and will at once
take a place under . his father and
Chauncey M.'Depew, than, whom he
could have no bettermentors. He is
a thorough Vanderbilt in' appearance,
in temperament, and all that and like
nearly ; all the Vanderbilts, he is
as steady aaa ; . rename v as , a
veteran wheelhorse. He is already
fitted to take charge of his father's
business. Under the tutelage of 'Pro
fessor Hadley, the eminent sociologist,
young Vanderbilt has for some time
been making studies in economics.
Under this head comes those much
mooted problems that effect commerce
and ." finances and all 'attendant
industries. Out' of these studios
may -come . a knowledge of
strikes, panics, famines, with thoir dis
agreeble attendant conditions, and
some further knowledge as to the
causes and effects of these evils. So
when it comes young Mr. Vanderbilt's
time to take, up the business in which
his father, grandfather and great
grandfather won both wealth and
fame,, he will Btart well equipped.
These illustrations might be given
to the length of many columns. It is
unnecessary to allude, to the case ot
George Gould as being In point, for al
ready he is quite as famous as financier
as was his father. It is not generally
known that Mrs. Hetty Greene, the
rich woman of Wall street,, has a son,
Edwin H. R. Greene, who has all his
mother's abilities, and who has al
ready shown that the millions his
mother must leave him will go on in
creasing. . F. C.
" EDWIN H. B. GREENE.
sport.. He does. He formerly kept a
polo pony besides a riding horse at the
college, and was one of the crack play
ers of Yale. ; This year his Btudies are
taking up most of his time and he has
let his horses go. He is still Interest
ed in other college sports, however,
and contributes liberally to their sup
port. Among other things Whitney is
one of the editors of his college paper,
the Yale News, and has the reputa
tion of being a fair writer. Take him
all In all he seems to be a very capable,
all-around young man, who would like
ly make a mark for himself even were
his father not a several times million
aire and a possible candidate for the
presidency of the United States. '
(ELLIOTT F. SHEPARD'S HEIR.
Another young man who is just now
fitting himself to fill the position that
his father formerly filled Is Elliott F.
Shepard, son of Colonel Elliott F.
Shepard, who died under sad circum
stances, and who, during the time that
he was editor of a New York newspa
per, was one ot the most talked of and
written of men in the United States.
By the terms ot Colonel Shepard's will
his newspaper was to be managed by
trustees until such time as young Shep
d himself should be capable of t.ak-
Children Cry for
for Infants and Children.
aty JiiinTT yarV oWrrmtloaof CaatorU with th patroaaga ef
U sniniona ef pwaona. permit n apeak ef It without ytieWnc
It 1 nnqnoatjonably tha tart remedy for Infanta and CMldVea
hm world has evr known. It h harmlaaa. Chlldron like It, It
gfva them fc lt. It will aava their Uvea. la it Mother, fcava
something which ia ahaolatoly afo and practically perfect aa a
Caatorla dertroy. Worms.
Caatorla allaya Ferert.hneaa.
Caatorla prevent, vomiting; Bear Curd.
CastorU earoa Diarrhcaa and Wind Colic.
Caatorla rcUeyea Teething; Troahloa.
Caatorla earoa Constipation and Flatnlency.
Caatorla naatraHaoe the effect, of oarhonie acid gas or poiaonons air.
Caatorla does aot contain morphine, opium, or other nareotle property.
Cautorla aaalmflatce the food, regulate, tho stomach and Sowela,
giving healthy and Batnral aleep.
Caatorla ia pat ap in ono-sdio Bottles only. It la not aold in talk.
Poa't allow any one to .ell yoa anything clap on tho plea or promlaa
that it i " Jnat a. good and " will aaawer every pnrpoe."
Bee that yoa get O-A-S-T-O-R-I-A .
i on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
LKHART CARBIAQE and DARIIESS UFG. GO)
No. 37. Snprey Harness.
Have aold to eonanntiira for . f vran.
saving them the dealer's profit. We are the
Oldest And I.arvp.I. mnnufantnrArn In Amnrt
jca selling v eoiciea ana Harness ints way anio
lea selling vehicles and Harness this
with Drtvlleee to smnfne before anv
Dald. We D8.V freight both wftvalf not Mttlftfnn.
tory. Warrant for 8 years. Why pay an agent $10
luaaubuuruerxoryour wrue your own oraer.
Boxing free. Wa take all risk ot aamage in
8prlng Wagons, S3I to S50. GoafiEMZM
eameansellforSMtoS&t. Surreys, S6StoSIQp
aame as sell for S100 to liso. Top Buggies
$37.80, as fine a aold for ess. PhBtons,S66
to SIOO. Farm Wagons, Wagonettes.
Milk Wasons, Delivery Wagons""! Road
Carts, bicycles ton aim, wojuta auunjua.
No.71sK, Top Buggy.
No. 737, Boad Wagon.
MO. i, r arm Harness.
awuiu BAjmuss and ixy sets. Elkhart Bicycle. S8tn.wheele,
S percent, off Tor n,k with order. Send 4e. In pneumatic tires, weldleea
awaipa to pay poataaw oa HS-page catalogue, ateel tubing, drop forglngs.
KO.S, ram wagon. Address W. B. PRATT, Sec'y, ELKHART. IND.
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
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by overexertion, youthftat errors, excessive use of tobacco, opium or stim
ulants, which lead to Intlrmltv. Conauraotion or InsaiiltVw Can ba nrrledln
vest pocket, til per box, for 5, br mail prepaid. With a order we
Strive a written vnarantee to cure or refund tb mny. Sold by alt
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DifAHflkifA nlfAslM . ' I
r,v"' tt . . it is y0Ung enough t0 8pank.
MANV FINE PREMIUMS GIVEN FREE
TO DRINKERS OF LION COFFEE
EXCURSION TO MICHIGAN,
Half Rate July, Aug. and Sept.
One fare exonrtlon tlcketa will be Issued from St.
liOulasudall T. St. L.A E. CR. B.. Olovet Leaf
Route, stations east, to various points Id Mloblgau,
ca July 10th, Angnit 14th snd ttept. 18th. Keturn
limit SO day. from date of sale.
Call on oesreet scent Clover Leaf Bonte, or ad
dress : C.C.JENKINS, Gen. Pats. Ageot,
N. B. Grand Niagara Falls Ercursloa Ang . 6th
and lot on Washington
House an4 Lot
- on Clinton St. Good
location and will eell
cheap if taken soon.
A. S. TIIIESEX,
Ina. Office over Spengler's.
For the Best Set of
that ran be made.
anon or money rofnaded.
. ' Gold ailing,
'. Teeth extracted,...
Guaranteed to be
1 00 upward
- ma :.
Aluminum nates, SO 00 '
Gold Plates in m
We are the only Dentists in Toledo that use
v nausea au ror pain leas extraction of teeth.
TATT'S DENTAL PAEL0S3,
- S!7 Summit street, Toledo, O,
Office npeo Huodsys from :30 to 1 o'clock. '
Phone 0S. Dr. HcFAaL.AND.Prop,
Ihave purchasefl the Piano
. and Organ agency
of H. II. Lane and have taken
quarters are with John H.
Frease, the Jeweler,
333 PERRY ST.
If in need of any
musical instruments, call and
"see me. I will save
you money. Watch this space
for further information.
C. W. JACKS01T.
Ib the seat of a nroirreaslve
and prosperous Noimal Uni
versity, lla suceeis Is due to
the high sim and far reaching wisdom ol its
founders. It is a school with a purpose. It haa
something of importance to say to every
prospectl v e VT - - wor ta a spec
student in f Afill ill, ialty, but there
the country, i. V ll.u.lLl are prepartory,
Oommercial, MnBical, Blecntionary, Shorthand,
Typewriting, snd Fins Art Departments, In sddl
tlon to regular collcgoourses. It has an sble facu
lty, ample equipments, superior location, snd
large attendance. Expenses are lees than half
tastuSlra" Writeror TTrSIVF.RQTTY
catalogue to the preei- "Jfll " lillOl J i a
dent of the J E DODD8, Fayette, Ohio.
AflAi THE LARGEST
GQJLEEGJE la Northwestern
SHORTHAND -Tho shortest snd best sys
tem. BOOKKEEPINC-By actntl bnalnees from
PENMANSHIP-Bythebest penman snd
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Summit Streets, f JlylO-ly MELCHIOR BROS.
11TTQT1VWQ One of the lesdloK business
XUOXlllJOi3a colleges of theoonntry is
located at Fayttte, O. Its aotnal bualnsea
rooms sre marvels of beauty. It Is superior in
advantages to the city business oollegee, while
the expeuee ia only one- alt or one third ss great.
Its courses era thoronsh; its methods, the best;
snd Its Graduates SUC0EED. It receive, the
praise of every stndent who enters It. Do not
delay, but sot. . Write for fiT T IT 11 V
catalogue to the president of JJUMJl. XMMUt
J.B. DQDD8, Fayette, Ohio.
Low Ezcnrslon Kates to Mountain
Lake Park, Md., account Camp
' MeetlriK.TiatheB.&O. Ky. v
On July 5th to 19th Inclusive, the Baltimore A
Ohio Railroad will sell round trip tickets to Moun
tain Lake Park, Md., snd return, at a rate of one
fare for the round trip, account of the Annual
Osmp Mcetlne, snd the West Virginia 8unday
Bchool Convention. Tickets will be good for re
tire passage nntll July Slat, 1894. For further
information call on or address any B . A O. Ticket
Agent or L.S.Allen, Ase't Oen'l Pasar Agent,
Chicago, III. -. td
LADIES CAN HAKE 13 DAILY BY FOLDING
and addressing olrculara for us, at boms. Ko
canvassing. Position permanent. Reply with
stamped envelope. MISS GBACC PAUL, South
wtll rnro opes is oe ra
Stock Raisers, (
x axuitsia, fc
3 UOHTAHA !
Merchants, 'J "The Treasure State"
TJKRSOK8 lookisf for locstioes sre Invited lo
AJil7' " Pportaattles offered to sll
iiTflil.. a.!!' "" reeo.re.fiil Stales ia
T..il A -ttdr".,h -"-tarv of the Board of
rTl Mont-. Secretary f Board of
Trade, "el.spelL Jsoi t-.'secuur of Board of
'iriina. h"1"' T- - T .'
Notice to.Non-Resident Land Owners.
Toalllotand Land Ownen .nd Municipal and l'rivate Corporations that
ill be Aflected by tbe Ditcb Improvement herein designated.
AUDITOIfS OFFICE. Kapoleon, Henry Coanty, Ohio, July , lssi.
In the Matter of Ditch Improvement No. 780, Petitioned
for by Wei, Bowerman.
Notice to Land Owners and Others.
10th day of August, A, D., 1894, at 9 o'clock A. M.,
' J?.'0!!" offlc NspoleoB, 0,for the besrlnc ofssid mstter sad proceedlwr.
w. um uwu iuuf) lujuq uj me engineer la his report, vis:
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J Q Deahler
Dewey Stave Co....,
Hinsdale A Kerr ,. .
BA Whitehead......."!!" "
a P Hinsdale. ,
Mullaly 8o ..
Mary J McCsndlee
O A Lseey
Wm Teets !.
Geo Laskcy. ,,
JaaRWithrow ' '
C W Manahan.,
Crosby Weston berger
Mary A Delannv
G P Hinsdale.
John H Bahlmsn
H D Seemauk
Roblnaon Ss Wagner..
G A Whitehead
Thos W Wllkins.........
Jndson A Psrker
Amoa Helburn ,HH, . . , t
H J ft Wm Mollett....
H Coleman et al
Ambrose MoOlish.... .......
Elisabeth Barwell ,
Martha A ft J Ward .,
R A Cromwell....
0 W Hitchcock
R W Kelly
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Mary E Cornell
Mary B Cornell
J B Davidson.....
J P Olson....
Geo P Hinsdale
K of P Lodge, Mo 82
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Henry J Tetter
Mary E Btonebrsker........
J If 8 napp ........ .,
GeoP Hinsdale......... .
Dewey Stove Co
Frank A Crosby .
Mary Jane Todd ..
Lsmbert A Smith
Lewis W Bnrwell
G K Dull snd W H Morebesd.
Msggle E Sens
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Ellas 8 Fontanelie
Elisabeth Cook...... .
Maggie L Blair..
John P Olaon
Arbnckle, Ryan A Oo.
Grafton M Acklln
John W Caaner
Franklin I Ee kuer...,
Rebecca A Morenead.,
Lewis W Bnrwell.........
Davi t C Hoikmau
Andrew Ryker. ...........
Fred Collerbtck :
Sarah B Drumioond...,
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John A Armbruater.
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80 SJ 89 73
80 58 47 1 83
160 112 04 8 6T
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70 62 71 1 71
78 . 49 88 1 62
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40 24 47 79
20 12 94 89
20 N 21 89
90 12 24 89
20 12 21 89
120 78 41 2 89
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80 42 8 1 89
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69 31 94 1 07
20 5 65 13
60 88 88 1 09
20 6 6'j 18
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17 9 41 ' 81
80 48 111 1 4T
90 60 88 : 1 65
70 89 63 1 2
100 16 94 05
160 83 M ( 69
1 94 10
12 9 41 82
40 30 18 98
5 8 7ti 13
40 . 30 12 98
80 60 24 1 HI
60 37 6f 1 24
40 87 65 1
40 80 l. 96
40 87 6d 1 82
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20 18 82 ' M
80 7 68 34
80 80 12 98
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1 2 94 10
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25 5(1 10
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30 6(1 10
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SIS "" 184
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OJ 82 00 1 04
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88 28 21 9 J
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JACOB RESH, Auditor Henry county, Ohio.
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