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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., JULY 20, 1S04.
A BRIG IN TIIE DESERT
SURPRISING DISCOVERY OF A TRAV
ELER IN DEATH VALLEY.
A Mast Constructed Bed Fitted l"p a Teasel
em a Bawdy Waata Bettw Ha WuU to
Be Bawdy When tlx Water Rlaca, aa II
I" irmly ItcUeva. It Will.
"One of the queerest and moet surpris
ing sights I ett-r saw in all my 'wander
ings over the wilds of this country,"
said E. C. T raver, a well known pros
pector and ciTil engineer, few days
ago, "was a newly constructed brig ly
ing on the floor of Death valley. And it
is there yet, so that anybody can see it
"When I first saw it, I was almost
paralyzed. I could not believe my eyes
and thought I must have passed through
some mental lapse and was not in Death
valley at all But, after gazing ajt the
strange object a few minutes and then
looking around me and seeing the wastes
of burning sands and feeling the hot
breath of the desert wind, I knew that
everything about me was most realistic
"It was by the merest chance that I
ran across the vessel, " said Mr. Trover,
"because had I been a few feet farther
south I would never have seen it Vou
see, I had been working on the eastern
side of the valley for several weeks with
out succegg and concluded to go to
Mount Darwin, where I would at least
be sure of expenses. I was crossing the
valley at the northern end,' which is
quite narrow, but about the lowest spot
on the earth's surface. I am not exactly
certain, but I think that where the ves
sel is it is about 200 feet below sea leveL
"After the first surprise had worn off
I began to figure out how the croft came
there. That the vessel was a relio of a
past age never entered my bead for a
moment, because it was oonstrnoted on
perfectly modern lines and the wood
had a yellow appearanoe, indicating
that it had not been cut very long. I am
something of s sailor myself,, and the
first glance told me that it was the work
of some modern shipbuilder, but that
only made the mystery greater.
"Going close, I made a careful ex
amination of my strange find. It proved
to be a perfect brig of about 400 tons,
that had never been in water. Every
thing about it was of the best style of
workmanship and showed plainly that
the builder had put forth his best ef
forts. The keel was laid fiat on the sand
and the starboard side placed sp against
a small reef of rocks. The port side was
supported in the usual manner.
"Climbing onto the deck by a small
rope ladder, I found everything ship
shape. The decks were as clean and
white as a man-of-war's, and every rope
was in place. Entering the cabin, I
found everything neat and clean and
several bunks with bedding ready to
sleep ia Such a thing, however, would
have been impossible, as the heat was
simply unbearable, and I had to go to
the door, gasping for breath, before I
had completed my investigation. The
more I looked the more mystified I be
came. It was plain the brig had been
built where she was, but by whom and
' 'I spent the whole afternoon climbing
over the vessel. I went into the rigging
and looked over the surrounding coun
try, but could see no sign of a human
being. When night came on, I conclud
ed to camp near by, but had no sooner
got fixed comfortably when a voice from
somewhere called 'Good evening!' Ton
may be sure I jumped, as my nerves
were feeling a little weak through my
strange afternoon's experience.
"There was no need to be alarmed,
though, for a good natured looking man,
with gray hair and beard, was smiling
at ma Of course I at once concluded
that he knew something about the brig.
I was right, and in a few moments he
explained the whole thing to me and
also showed to what ends a foolish idea
will drive a man.
"He said that his name was Freder
ick Evans, that he was a ship builder
by trade and one of the California pion
eers of- '49. He had never made a big
strike, but had always kept prospecting,
and when the water rose in Salton lake
a few years ago he was at work in the
mountains around Death valley. It was
then that he got it into his head that
the water would eventually reach that
. locality, and he was determined to have
the first vessel to float in the new sea.
"Evans was not a poor man, but had
money enough to hire a couple of men
to help him lay the keel of the vessel,
put in the masts and do the other heavy
work. At first the work was pushed
rapidly, but when the water commenced
to recede Evans took things easily and
did all the work himself, because he
thought the water would not come again
for a year. He has been disappointed
every year since, but still thinks that
Death valley will become a sea, and he
is ready for it
"I was well treated by Evans, " said
Mr. Traver in concluding. "He took me
to his abode, which was a deep cave a
' few feet from the brig, with a delight
ful temperature. I staid with him two
days and found him a well educated
man and very interesting, but when I
left him his last words were, 'When the
water rises, I will be ready for it '
. San Francisco Call , : : .
- Honnments to Women.
Hitherto in France Joan of Aro has
been almost the only woman to mount
upon a marble pedestal, but the' privi
lege is being extended. At vi tares a stat
ue is being raised to Mme. de Sevigne,
and at Valenciennes a similar honor is
in store for Mile. Duchenois. Apropos
of these facts a French writer observes,
" woman being, even m marble, so
much more decorative than ourselves,
one can only rejoice over the advent of
feminine statues. " ,
The most wonderful cliff dwellers of
the United States are those of the Man-
cos, in a southern Colorado canyon,
Some of these oaves are 500 or 600 feet
from the bottom of the perpendicular
sides of the canyon wall, and how their
occupants gained ingress is a mystery.
A wedding in the Flowery Kingdom
Is managed by Ho and Hen, who super
intend- the operations of 849 separate
; deities that look after the details of the
marriage ceremonies. w 1 h
Wlcn Baby was sick, we gave her Castorta,
When she was a Child, she cried for Caatoria. .
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorta,
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla
"We have jutt received a fplendid lot of Spring Clcthfcg atd Hats Jjj
. and now is the time for acharge of apparel. Don't wear that heavy winter ;f
' suit any longer. j
IT IS UNCOMFORTABLE AHD HOT ECONOMICAL. I
If you have a thin or fat, lorg or ihort pocket bcok, we can fit it. See our line of rj
JBoys' and Children'ewear. Combination Suits and Waists for the boys. p
OUR PIECE GOODS
' . . are the finest in the market, and
Give us a call; tiy us aid he made happy.
In the Reman army there was a very
highly developed system of military en
signs, which, just as among modern na
tions, were regarded not merely as a
rallying point for a given body of men,
but as an emblem of the state, and were
therefore surrouuded with a veneration
which degenerated into idolatry. From
a taotioal point of view, the Roman
standards were of more importance than
the flag at the present day, for the
movements of the troops were entirely
regulated by them.
According as they were raised and
carried forward, planted in the ground
or turned toward the rear, in obedience
to the sounds of the horns of the "cor
nicines," the army broke up its camp
and marched or retreated and halted.
In the camp the standards were planted
before the general's tent, where their
presence sanctified the spot as though it
were a temple and rendered it a safe de
pository for the booty collected by the
legion. It was to the standards the sol
diers swore allegiance, and the first
step of a pretender who sought to be
oome emperor was to seize the stand
ards, as he thereby secured the fidelity
of the legion. All the Year Round.
Some Foolish Mothers.
Let their babies ery with Colic, giving
mother no rest night or day. How foolish,
when Dr. Hand's Colio Core gives immedi
ate relief to baby. It removes wind ftom
the stomach, quiets the serves and gives rest
ful sleep. Mother, send to-day to your drag
store for a 25o. bottle. Think of the weary
hours it saves you. If baby'sgnms are sore,
teething, use Dr. Hand's Teething Lotion,
25 cents. For sale by D. J. Humphrey,
Napoleon. " ,
fcne'tt Had Enough of Them.
l'TA'f .nn mw a ..r In -v-i n aH.m
them life insurance companies, " said
tA Mva TinHint fho -friov Aa-v TThoir
Via iun awuuvv wuw wwuua mj uvj
aren't any good for poor, common folks.
Only rioh folks and big bugs can do
anything with 'em. Why, when my
husband lay here with fever two years
ago, I sent for the agent of an assurance
company to come and insure him for
f2,000 right away, and, do yon know,,
that there agent never came near me,
and my poor husband up and died.
Don't talk to me about life insurance!
It's all a fraud!" Pomona Progress. -
Trade your old home and
hard lot in the East for a Red
Hiver Valley farm, where in a
few years you sain a oonmet-
enoe, which in your old age
1 S a
A Careful Father.
"Look here, ""laid the parent to the
schoolteacher, "I 'see that one of the
lines in my boy's copybook is,. 'Less
haste, more speed. "
"And here's another that reads, 'The
longest way round is the shortest way
"Yes." - .
"Well, I want it stopped." I don't
want those moldy proverbs festooned
around his intellect. I'm educating him
for business, not the United States sen
ate." Washington Star.
Hotel Lafayette, Lake Minnetonka,
Minn., opens Jane 80 under the man
agement of Capt. E. V. Holcombe,
who has been in charge of this mag
nificent hostelry lor several years
past. - The season at the Lafayette
promises to be unusually brilliant this
year.-; ' .
Foreign terms are apt to occasion con
fusion in the minds of those who are
ignorant of their meaning, because, as
one old lady who thought mirabile
meant a "rough", noisy crowd o' folks, "
said, "They don't scussly ever stand fer
what they'd ; orter, jedging by the
A western man wished to file a paper
for his partner and himself in the cir
cuit court and affixed to the firm signa
ture the words "per so." ,
"I reckon that won't do," said the
partner, whose education was somewhat
more extensive. " 'Per se' ia sin'glor
and means jet you, and ther's two of
us." - v-'':'-,
"Oh, all right! I can fix that easy
enough," responded the other easily.
"Gimme the eraser. " " - 7 '
The article in question was passed to
him, and after some scratching and re
writing he shoved the document over to
his partner with a smile of triumph. It
was signed, "Green & Wilson, per 8
o's. "Youth's Companion. ; '
.- ' A Snbetltute.
He-rve bought you a pet monkey to
amuse you, darling. , ir ,.
She-Oh, how kind of yout Now I
shan't miss yon wbon yon are away.
Lyons (France) Republican. : :
U . Ji 1 - 1 II A
X)r you may be too late
That are now being offered at the
Let wisdom put your dollars and cents on the right track, or
in other words be careful to use your best judgment in
v selecting the best place at w hich to buy your -
Glassware and. Queensware.
:' - ' '
Our stock of these goods is large and varied, and the prices are
astonishingly low. ' The balance of our stock is in such
variety and character that almost every article used in
the family and household can be found at our store.
We await buyers and to scatter benefits broad
cast. Put us to the test. We do the rest.
Napoleon, O., as the BEST place in Henry county for
All Kinds of Hardware!
And all Kinds of Farm Implements.
Such as the world renowned McCormick Binders and Mowers,
ouperior4urara uruis, new lorK unampion noree dump
steel Hay Rake,
Cheap and good. We also do
. ana steel; tin and galvanized spouting. We guarantee
. our work to be all right. Don't forget the place,
E--3. G. O HOSC E-3 R3 Ep,
The oldest Hardware Store in Napoleon.
Oome in and be .....
Spangler's Grocery Store.
DO YOU KEEP IT
Will Curo Cramps, Colic. Cholera
CV?S sf Ml ft A : aft I I RAtfttAl A AIMnI A SmIa
PIUCE, 25c, 50cn and $1.00 A BOTTLE. ,
I aVt-o. iJ -afc-i at. k-4t atasT kit t W-
to catch some of those I
KB ITER & SMITH.
Wagons and Carts,
all kinds of roofing, slate, tin
SURPRISED at the Fresh Assortment
. 'SURPRISED at the Superior Quality.
SURPRISED at the Large Variety. .
SURPRISED at the Low Prices. :
IN THE HOUSE?
GOING "VE8T. .
45, Toledo 4 81. Lonl, Ei 6:f a.
" t 41, " Kiom Oltj a. n
" tS7, " ADeflbCEx 6:57 p. m
- i " Bt.LoniExS:l p.m.
- t71, A Ft. Wth Local. tM .m
No. 42, St. Looi k Toledo Ex t :!1 J. m
" til, Dcflueo A Toledo Ex 7:0S a. r.
" t 40, KasMtClty It Toledo Ex.... J :10 p.m.
" 44, St Lonll A Toltdu x.... 8:61 p. m.
" t 70.Ft.WaTnkToldoIcal....l3:x3 p.m.
i Dallj accept Susday. pally.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
pg-lH EFFECT KAY 20th, !894.-a
" Znneavlllo ...
" Washington .
" Hew lork .
STATI0K8. , y & ui 7T
' 105 8 n 18
CENTRAL TIME TM AM TM AM AM
Lv. Defiance-.... 3 16 5 20 51' 11 U0 110
Ar. Chicago 9 00 11 05 .j. '
TMJIXM AN SERVICE
--j-lfl Bbnrs and Ctatrafrn, Train Koi. 6. 8, 14 15.
Chicago, Cleveland and Fitttlrarn. Tralna Noa.
M and 16.
Chiogo, Baltimore and New Tork, Tralna Not.
5, 6, 1 and 8.
WttshurK and Cincinnati, jTraini Not. 105r 106,
103. and lot.
Train, run dally,
JStop on algnal. tDally ex-
For farther information oall on B. & O. Ticket
Agent, or addreas L. 8. Allen, Aeeieta nt General
Peaaenger Agent, Chicago.
a. o. scull,
. Gen Pass. AgU
THE BEST LINE TO
CINCINNATI AND THE SOUTH.
THE DIRECT LINE TO
LOW RATE BOUND-TRIP TICKETS TO
Mackinaw, Petoskey, Omena,
Bay Port, Alt. Clemens, Alma,
Huronla Beach, Sault St. Marie,
St. Clair Springs, The Mettawas.
Niagara Falls, Montreal, Toronto,
i For full Information oall on any O.H. A D. Agent
D. C. EDWARDS,
General Paaa.ngr A-geflt.
Oarew BafUlast OlBelaaatI, O.
First Claaa Kight and Day Servioe betwe.s
St. Louis, Mo.
FREE CHAIR CARS
DAY TRA1MS WDDERH EQUrPMEHT THg'MimOUT.
VESTIBULED SLEEPING CARS
ON NI9HT TWAINS. ;
K3-MEAL8 SERVED EH ROUTE, ay w DAI
OR MQM, at modtrat cost. ,
tsktor ticket, via Toledo, St Louis 1 UnuCily B, R.
Clover Leap Route.
For fnrtheT prtrtloolars, call on nearest
Agent oi the Company, or addres.
O. O. JENKINS.
eaaaral FaMMfar AfU
gold ontright, no rent, no roraltr. Adapted
to Oitj. Vlllase or Coantrr. Ndd in every
nome, anop, nun ua ui".. .ww.w.m.-
lenee ana oeBiiiirwnorni.
AccdM make from WloSSO per day.
One in a residence meana a aale to all the
neighbors. Fine inatrumenta, no tore, work,
anywhere, any dtatanre. Complete, ready for
- -l.;. I ram h. nnt tin hv in. DIM.
never out of order, no repnirina, laata . lif.
time. Warranted. A money maker. Writ.
W. P. Harrison 4 Co., Clerk 10, Columbus, 0.
Want Money? ore Homo? Want
Work? or a Farm? Want I o open
a store in a growing town? Want
to raise live stock? Want to know
how to buy improved firms in a
well settled region without pay
ing cash? Particulars and nnblt
oationa sent free by F.I. Whitney,
8t. Paul, Minn,
' I TRAINS EVERY DAY TO S
4 MICHIGAN RESORTS. )
Two Fins Farms.
TWO of Ike Inert (ansa la Llberfj Vown,hlp
are offered for m)..
One contains 103 acres
and the other 80 acres,
rll Imprond ard anHerdialmd. Will ! taU
ebea: i.rni. ra,j. 'or particnlart enqrtie a
koaiaaxtT me. Ih23t
Grand Niagara Falls EicuralnnjSfdo
Uondar. Am. lh. aaneclal Irmln of flrat elan
eoarbr. parlor ear, and akwpera jli leave T. 81.
i.. a a. u. i'mtot Leal elaitona, for Mutra
Falla TlaToloaed L. 8 . it. n. n V Hjika
Bborr). The apeelaltraln la eebe.1aled to arrir.
at deflinalioa ai :S0a. n. Anv. 7th. imnl. m-
tnrn limit and (be privile ge ef retnmin Tia boat
nuuaioio uwveiaoa or tunio to Toleoo via rnt
lo-Bar. at email eoat additional, rte. nearest
ticket ageut Clover Leaf route or addree,
u.v-.jtJuiNo, u, r. a Toledo, o
N . B. Reeerve aleuoini ear bertha on ur hefnra
Grand Hiver and Lake Rxcuralnn
Train No. S, July S3.
A cennnallr eondncted and aeleci eaenrelnn.
limited etrlctlr to tlftv peraona, villi leave Toledo
Ldolher T. tt.L.4 E. O., Oiorer Leaf ata iona
train No. 9 of July .8 for a grand circle tonr of
t.toomtlea. Eonle, vlaClorer Leaf to HI. Lnnl..
new aliatner. 81 Paul, St. Lou la to Ht. Paul,
Blnn., great Northern It?, to Dolmh (aldo trln
and alop over at lake Minnetonka,) aceamer Mon
arch, pululh to Port Huron, rail or boat to Toledo,
Clover Leal home. Double bert b aleeper, meale
atllntclaaa botele,mealaandbertbaou ateamera
eviTjIhlnu nrat clara for tbe above creat tonr at
t: 60. Children betvrten t and ll, 1'10. Kilt.
V) m Oatra. T. A.. Tolrdo. Ohio, or call on inv
ticket aj;ent on Clover Leaf rout.
v.. l. JEMii.ts, u. r. a., Toledo, o.
Ijuors or aanioait woxxufan.
Denver. Colo.. Ana. 18 to 18. laDl. One faro for
the round trip. Good going An. tb andlOtb and te
turnlng Aug. llHb, Sitb and Sept. 13th. Id
auKDix ixocaaioxa TO VAXITOD sucn.
Arramrementa bare been made for Sunday ex-
eareiona to Maniton Ih'aob to continue durlns the
heated aeaaon. Train If aria Hapoleon at (l:0S a.
m..arrivie at Cecil 7:01 a.m., leave Ooctl 6:27 a.
m., arrive at Maniton Bitch 10:40 a. in. Betnrn
Inc. Wave ilaultou Bfach at 4:55 d. m.. arrive at
Cecil T:u7 n m., leave Cecil 8:04 . m., arrive at
Napoleon s:8i p. m. 'J hi, fUwt one ample time
for enjoymunt at the Lake and be at home in good
aeaaon. $1 5 for the rotu.d trip.
It O.M UBYANT, Agt.
OOXTXNTIOH OV TUB UNITED 80OIETT Or CHRIBTUI
Qeveiand. Ohio. Julr 11th to Hh. 1691. Our
loveat aiandard flrat elate fare for the round trip.
Tlckete on aale Jo y 9th, 10th and 11th, and good
io return up to ana lnciuauiROuiy mn, witn privi
lege of extending limit to Sept. IBth, if detlred.
AXXOAIi MIITINQ IMFIBIAI. OOUNOIL OT MIBTia
Denver. Colo.. July 24th and (5th. 1S04. One fare
or the rouod tri p. Tlckete on aale Julr SOlh and
let, gooa returning duiy xiin, aua. zna ana run,
W. L. Douglas
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
uj.i .etellnl Ad
Von can saro money by purchasing W. I
n ,l 1.....I MiatiifraMitrera nf
advertised eboea in the world, and guarantee
..t. k lamnlno- the name and once ou
the bottom, ivnicn pruictve yv hblm i6
r l .1.. M.tHftrman'a nrnfltfl. Our ahoea
equal cuatom work in style, eaBy 6ttinf(
niiira. We have them sold every
where at Tower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer caaotX supply you, we can. ooi oy
M. REISER, JR.
Wl e HI We will Bend vou the won-
Ifl Clw derful and unlailinff Span
ish remedy, Dr. Gromez's " GRAENCI0,
FREE BY MAILf.1
HT.a - I IV- MnJtln. tlB.lf
AlUb a icuxijv, uuu iug iuouu.uq atroii.
guaranteed to atop wasting dreams ana
rains and to cure lost power and the
desire oi evil habits, impotency, and
restore lost vitality. Use it and pay
IF SATISFIED. Ad. DR. GROMEZ CO.,
On ths Crest or trb Allzoheniks.
To thoae contemplating s trip to the monntalna
in aearch of health and nleaeure. Deer Park on the
ercat of the Allegheny Monntalna, 8,001) feet above
tbe ees level, ollera such vaneu attractions as a
deliahtful atmotnhere durlnsbothday and nleht.
pare water, amooth, winding toada through the
monntalna and. valley,, and the moat plctutrfque
cenery In the Allegheny range. The hotel la
equipped with all adjuncts conducive to tbe on-
terta morem, pieaanreana oomiori oi lie guesie.
Tbe antrounding ground aa well aa the hotel, are
lighted with electricity, Bix mtlee distant on tbe
same mountain summit la Oakland, the twin
retort of Deer Park, and equally aa well equipped
for the entertainment sod accommodatlona of its
patrons. Both hotels are upon the main line of
Iho Baltimore and Ohio Baiboad, have the advant
agra of its splendid Veellbulcd Limited Express
U aina between the eait and weat. Season exenr-
aion tickets, good for tetnrn paaaaee until October
Slat, will do placed on aale at greatly reoucea rates
at allnrlncinal ticket omcea tbrouehout tbe country.
One way tloketa reading from til. Louis, Louta-
vtlle, uincinnntl, commons, cnicago, ana a' J
point on the B. & U. system to Washington, Balti
more, Philadelphia or New York, or vice versa,
are mod to stoD off at either Deer Park. Mountain
Lake Park or Oakland, and the time limit will be
extended ny ayente at either resort upon applies,
tlon. to cover the period of the holder, visit.
The aeaaon at theae popnlsr resorts commences
.For fit II information as to hotel rates, rooms.
etc, addreea George D. DeSblelds, Manager, Deer
Park, or uakiand, uarrett oonnty, Maryland,
Lake Touravla Toledo to Mackinaw,
Pnt-in-Bay, Montreal, etc. ;
The palatial D. A C. ateamera, new Alpena and
Mackinac, leave Toledo Monday, Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday of each week for Detroit. Port
Huron, Macklnao, eto. Mondays and Saturdays
10:30 a. m., other days, 4:00 p. m. Steamer City ol
Toledo, dally 9:30 a. m., for Put in-Bay, connect
ing daily at Put-in- Bay with City of straits fur
Cleveland, arrive 1:00 p. m. Steamers Acadia
and Melbourne leave Toledo every Wcdneeday 6:00
p. m., arrive t;ievcianu o:uu p. ra. -rniiraaay,
unt :uu a. m. eaturaay, ivinceton :w a. m,
Sunday. Montreal. Monday morning. Lenve Mon
treal returning, every Wed ncaday. Steamer Cole
leaves Toledo dally 8:80 a. m . for Detroit.
Excursion Steamera leave Toledo every hour for
varloua pleaanre re aorta near by. Low ratea to
Sunday School a and other special parties npon ap
ptioation to nearest uover L.eai Agent, or
Gen. PasB. Agent,
N, B. Grand Excursions lo Niagara Falla Aug.
NOTIOG I. hereby given, that Phillip C. Schwab
by Adminlatrator aa Adnclniatratorof the es
tate of Fenny Vetter, baa filed a final account of
hla Administration, which will be for hearlrg and
aetuement August utn, is4.
J . V. CUFF, Probate Judge,
XTOTICE is hereby liven, that Daniel P. Fetter
ll man, as executor of the estate ol Daniel Fet-
terman. has Hied a first account nf hie admlnlatra-
tlon, which will be for hearing and settlement
, J. V. CUFF, Probate Judge.
, Probate Notice. -
NOTICE la hereby given, that C. C.Tonng, as
Guardian of ElmeN. Oasser,ba. filed a fifth
aeoonnt of hi. Gnardlanahip, which will b. for
hearing and settlement Jnly S8tb, 1894.
J.V. CUFF, Probate Judge.
Probate Notice. :
MOTICK Is hereby given, that Jacob Tetter, as
Adminlatrator of Charles Fenter, has filed a
Drat account of hla Administration, which will be
for hearing ana settlement August 4tn, IBM,
- J. V. CTJFF, Probate Judge.
Probate Notice. .
NOTICE la hereby given, that O, W. Fisher, as
Adminlatrator of George Schneider, has filed a
third account of hla Administration, which will be
for bearing and aetllemcut Auguat 4th, lbU4.
. J V. CCFF, Probsts Judge,
MART A. RAIT and fteorxe Baitobo rea'deat
flaotloatu,ia Hie State of iLdiana, Maiilda
Karat, Ague, Kara), laahdle Karat, Charle. k.i.l.
Haiah A.Kirelaad Peer P. KarM oho rvalue al
rlartlneoerf la tbe Klate o Indiana, 'ill uio
BOtki. Ikat ea the h day of June, 1N94, J. w.
Kin,tl., Admlnleiratorde bu.la bob of the e.ut
of bleplKB Bo) el, domaed, lied in Ue Protit.
Cort vnlhla and foe the county of Henry and
Male of Ohio, a petition alleirlog tlal ob the tub
day of rebruary, A. D mi, tbe eald btepbaa
Ruyal then la full life entered Int. a eoi tract ia
wrtilna with Hllllam Uooli fur th aal. of the
folloerlniidneribedrealeMateto-vril: Lot. twenty
av. Hi), twinlyix mu twentT-eevea (171 and
"enty eight Ita), In Um Iowa of Plcaeant Beoov
cnl Ohio, for i;4.M. Ibat Hid
William Muoia l ready aid ruling to pay the
balane. back upon aald extract to mm, a. a valid
deed can b mad, lo him for aald prcml.ee. And
that in. aald Mary A. tialt, George Halt, MnlUda
Karat, Agam ara, labelle Karat, Chaika Kant.
Sarah A. Kant and Pet.r P. Karet are a pan of
the belra at law of aald deeedent, Btepben BovL
Tb. prayer of aald peHtloa la fo, authority to
make a deed lo Hid Wiliiaaa Hoota la beb.lf of
aald belra at law upon payment of lb. reeldue of
aid Durahaae money. The pcreone above named
will further tak Botloa that they bav. been mad.
partiea defendant, to aald petltloo, and that they
ar. leqolred toanawer theaamo oa or before lb.
in aaj of Aaguat, A. D , 18K4.
. . . , . J.f KIS8TLB,
Admlnialrator de bonla bod of the enuia of
Stephen Hoyal, deecaeed.
By Al. DonneUy, hla Attorney. 6t
Notice to Non-Kcsidents of
TO Calvin A Hendry. J. O. Dcaliler. W. Wi
Winter, F. H. ftbon, Wm.Bolka, W.H. Knore.
Julia E. Brink, and John Alexander. Voa and
each of yon an hereby notified tbnl a pet lion
algnedby Jamea Kecran et. al, waa pretexted to
the Oommianoneia of Henry eonnty, Ohio, at their
quarterly Inn, Jane 41b, 18K4, praying for the
teoation and eatabllabment of. a conuty road .a
tbe following line, to-wil :
Beginning at tn aouthcatt oomer of aectlon
No. ihirtv-iwo ragi. town ihiw. ibi nnrth HnM
eight (8) oaat.Ueury eonnty, Ohio, on th. oounty
line between Henry and Putnam eouutle.,runulng
l hence north on the lection lla. between aectlon.
83 and U, Wand T8, to and 21, 17 and 1 In Bart-
" lownanip, nenry otanty. Ohio, aal then to
Ton and eaeb of von are berhv nnffiioA iti.i iv,
vlerweraandaurvejorappolited by aald Commla
Houera In their order of June 4th, 184, to lay out
and anrvey tbe county road petitioned for by th.
nnderalgued and other will meet at tb. eoutheact
corner of aeeliun Ihlrtytwo (82) Bittlow townahlp
on the SOtbdavofJnly 1891, at 10 o'clock a.m. of
said day for the pnrpoeo aet fotth In laid order.
You an alan notified thatolalma for oompenaa
tlon muat he Sled with tb. viewer, by th. 80th day
ol July, 1694.
vatea tula 29th day of June, 1894.
THE unknown belra ol Benjamin F. Rlelng,
deceased, will take, notice that on the 7th rl.t
of Jnne, 1691, Georg. J. Oirr Hied hi. petition in
ma court of Uommoo Plcae of Henry county, Ohio,
against them, alleging in eubatanre that he baa th.
legal title to,and la in poeeeaalon of the following d
acrlbed realeatate, alnate lull. nry county, Ohio,
to will The north half ol tbe norlheaat quarter of
eeotlon twenty i20), In townahlp three (3), north of
raune Hi (6) eaat, and that raid unknown belra aet
up and claim an catata and lulereet therein ad
verse to theettateof eaid George J. Oirr, and pray
ing that aald unknown heir, be required to ebow
their aald title and Inter eat in laid prcmlaea.and
ui tue aame oe anjpagea ana accreea nnu and
void aa agalnat the title of sa'.d (ieorge J. Dlrr.
Bald unknown belra are required to answer aald
petition on or before the 11th day of Augnet. 1894.
ouueuin, mi, UKUitus J.DIUK.
By Martin Kunpp, hie attorney. ... lnei-
MABTtT. FIVECOAT and Jar. Fivecoat, her
husband, and A ndrew Wilaou and Elisabeth
Wilson, hie wife, whose residences are nukuown,
Wm . H. Wilson and Msry Wilson, bis wife, resid
ing at Gro'n City, Mo , ar d Margaret J. Klraberly
and Ira Kimberly, her buahand, residing at Grecn
oastle, Sullivan Co., Mo. , will take notice that on
the 18th dayor July, 1804, Frederick Frtte nied hla
petition in theCourt of Common Pleaa of Henry
Co- O , against them and others, belra at law of
Andrew Wilson, deceased, alkKiug In substance.
that cn the 5th day of J an nary, 1869, eald Andrew
Wilson, lor an adequate consideration, fully paid
to him by said Frederick Frita bargained and sold
to aald Frederick Frits, wilbother lands, the follow
ing described lands, situate In lleiiry county, Ohio,
The north half of th. northwest quarter or the
southeast quarter of aectlon 81, townahlp 4, north of
ranges east, containing m acres more or less;
andtuat on tne urn aay oi Beptcmoer, inns, asm
Andrew Wilson executed and delivered to eald
Fr deiick Frlti a deed, which said Andrew Wilton
and aaid Frederick Frits atipposed conveyed, and
which waa intended by aald Andrew Wilson to
convey t said Frederick Frits Ihs lends above de
scribed ; but tl.at by mlai akr in drawing said deed.
the lands aeove descriued were nmutea in tne ae
crlption in raid deed and other landa not Inten
ded to bo oonveved thereby, were cmbraoed In the
description Is said deed . The object and prayer ot
aaia petition ia mat aaiu aero may oe roioriueu su
aa to properly dexcrlbesald lands so intended to b.
conveyed ss afororald, and for other proper relief.
Said ptrtiea are required to answer to aald peti
tion on or before th. tV day of Bent- 1894. or
judgment will he taken against them aa pra ed for.
T..I.1QIK IfiQJ EMI I? ft RUTINS' IT PTT7. .
By Martin koupp, his Attorney jlylS-St
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Chas. Hornung, deceased.
rpBTE nndcrslgncd have be'n appointed and qnall
A fled as Admlnlslrators, with the will annexed, of
th. estate of Charles Hornung, lata of ilenrj
connty, Ohio, deceased .
Dated tuiaviD aay cr juiy, n.u. ioa.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Harmon Eding, deceased.
THE nnderalened has been duly appointed and
qualified aa Executrix of the estate of Harmon
Eding, late of Honry county, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this tth day ol Julr, A. D. 18114.
MAKOAKET P. EDING.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of John J. Methaui, deceased.
THE undersigned has been appointed and qnsll
fled as Administrator of Ihe eslal e of John J.
Metbam, late of Henry oouuty, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 14th day of July, A. D . 184.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Sarah Hensel, deceased.
TIIE undersigned has been appointed and quail
fled aa Adminlatrator of the esttte of bat ah,
Hensel, lateof Henry oounty, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 16th day ol Jnly A . D. 1894.
GEO. W. LAVEB, Administrator.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Jacob Hoffman, at
Execute r of Henry Scball.hna filed a third ac
count of his administration which will be for hear,
ing and settlement J uly 23rd, 1S94.
J. V. CUFF, Probsts Judge.
NOTICE Is hereby given, that Margaret Vogel,
as Execntrix of the estate of Joseph Vogel, has
filed a final account of her Administration, which
J.V. CUFF, Prol.ale Judge.
NOTICE la hereby given, that Simon Harrold as
Gnardluu ol Charles Ilarre Id, minor, has tiled
a second account of his guardianship, which wlU
be for hearing and settlemmt. Inly 28,1894.
J. V. CDFF.Prooate Judge.
NOTICE Is hireby given, that MnssonOrer
hnls as executor of Jessie Ovei huls, deceased,
has filed a fourth aeoonnt of his administrator
which will be for hearing and settlement July 28,
' J.V. CTJFF, Probate Judge.
, ; Probate Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby given, that Mary Bauer, aa
Guardian cf Charles A , Bauer, has filed a first
aeoonnt of her Guardianship, which will be for
hearing and settlement Jnly i8th, 1894. X
. 1. V. CUFF, t-robate Judge.
Probate Notice. Y
NOTIOB ia hereby given, that CO. Young, aa
Guardian of Lorenzo D, Gasaer. hue filed a
fourth aeoonnt of hi. Guardianship, which will b
for hearing and settlement Jnly SSih, 1894.
J.V. CUFF, Probate Judge. , .
! Probate Notice. V
NOTICE la hereby given, that Henry Welmer,
ae Administrator ot August Welmer, has
filed a second account ot his Administration. -which
will be for hearing snd settlement July i
J. V.CCFF, Probst. Judge.