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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., DECEMBER 20, 1894.
A CoUeethm erf iBtaratiauj It ma oa Tiri
as Subjects, Especially rnn4 Far
; the HmCt Bwdw.
Another of the numerous mrnterioua
fire that hare caused eoiuteruation
among New (Mean cotton merchHDU
occurred on the steamer Pio IX. The loss
At Chicago the Debs conspiracy case was
called in the United States court, but was
continued until Dec, 18.
North Carolina M. . eonferenoe refuses
to accept a donation of U00 from the l)uke
tobacco works, the money being termed
Dr. Jenkins, health officer at quaran
tine, who arrired from Europe, is enthusi
astic on the results of his trip to the varl
ous emigrant shipping points, pronounc
ing arrangements excellent, Hamburg
Bam Huugi a Chinese laundryman,
closed his house at Anderson, Ind., bought
shotgun and left for San Francisco.
From there he expects to sail for China to
fight the Japs. He says he goes in reply
to letter from his brother, who is an offi
cer on a Chinese warship.
Paul Fierbaoker, a 10-year-old German
boy of Guthrie, O. T., has invented a rail
road tie and been offered foO.OUO for his in
vention. Nine-tenths of the children in the Ayer
home at LowelL, Mass., are suffering from
The Suburban Traction company of Or
ange, N. J., with tl,H0,970 indebtedness,
bas gone to the wall. The concern's
heaviest creditor is the American Loan
nd Trust company of Boston which holds
1, 500,000 of SO-year bonds.
The funeral of M. De Lesseps will occur
at Paris on the 15th.
Ives won the final game in the tourna
ment, defeating hhaefer by a score of 600
to 456. The totals for the six nights' play
are: Ives, 8,600; Shaefer, 2,831.
In the Catharine Ging murder case, at
Minneapolis, two confessions have been
made, and the police surely have the right
parties. The motive (or the crime was the
insurance and the two Hay wards and En
gineer Blixt of the flats, where the lady
uvea, seem to be equally guilty.
Grimes and Casualties.
The residence of Joseph Mitchell, at
Manistique, Mich., was burned to the
ground and two boys, one three years old
and the other S, were roasted to death.
The American ship Uichard Parsons was
wrecked on one of the Fhillipine islands
in a typhoon. Six of her crew, including
the mate, cook and steward, were lost.
The wrecked vessel was owned at Rock-
Kegino Vela, the wife murderer, was
hanged Tuesday at Lockhart, Tex.
Jack Phineas, alias ''Three-Fingered
Jack," one of the most noted outlaws in
Oklahoma, was killed while in bed with
his wife near Kildare by some unknown
person. He was a member of the Dalton
During a storm at Panther Springs,
Tenn., lightening struck a house in which
a dance was going on. Dolderick Lyon
was killed and four others badly injured.
Governor O'Ferrall of Virginia has is
sued a requisition upon the governor of
West Virginia for the extradition of Hon-
ning Fleming, who is wanted in Giles
county for murder.
David Doty, a respected farmer near
Richmond, Ky., was murdered in his
stable Friday night. English bloodhounds
traced the murderer to his own door. It
proved to be a colored laborer, Bill Taylor,
who afterward confessed.
The loss by the fire in the Martin build
ing at Utica, N. Y., will reach about $100,-
000: insurance about 1900,000.
Fire in the New York dry goods district
caused a loss of JloO.OOO.
At Maukato, Minn., fire in the depart
ment store of VV. W. P. McUonnell de
stroyed nearly $40,000 worth of dry goods,
Fire in B. Mistrot 44 Company's mer
can tile house at Corsicana, Tex., Friday
night, damaged goods to the value of $50,
At 31 Green street, New York, the floors
occupied by M. Chambers & Company,
dealers in and importers of fur trimmings
and garments, were completely gutted.
Loss, $75,000. The builuing is damaged
$15,000, and firms occupying the ground
and second floors had goods damaged by
The Shenango (Pa.) glass works of Ned
Byknos & Folz was destroyed by fire,
Loss, $100,000; insurance, $30,000.
The Southern hotel block at Chatta
nooga burned. Loss, $125,000; insurance,
$50,000. Business firms on the ground floor
The French senate passed the Mada
gascar appropriation bill by a vote of 267
An extensive strike has been inaugurated
by the silk weavers of Lyon, most of whom
left their work.
The Turkish government has approved
the project for the construction of a port at
Jaffa, now a very perilous roadstead, with
an ugly reef off snore. The scheme in
cludes a tramway from the port to the
town, by the famous orange groves whose
perfume is wafted far out to sea.
David Joyce, the millionaire lumberman
of Lyons, la., died at the West hotel, Mm-
Daniel W. Connolly, a member of the
Forty-eighth congress, died at Scranton,
Pa., of paralysis.
Captain J. W. Lucas, aged about 50,
prominent lawyer and citizen of Paris,
Ky., died Sunday afternoon of heart dis
ease. He leaves a wife and six children.
Joaquin Miller will write a history of
Count Ferdinand De Lessens, the en
gineer of the Suez canal and Panama
canal, is critically ilk He was born in
De Reske is a successful farmer as well
as a famous tenor and has just won the
Russian prize of 10,000 rubles for the best
stud farm in the czar's dominions.
Southern Magazine Company Assigns.
LotfisvuxK, Deo. 11. The Southern
Magazine company Monday filed
deed of assignment in the oounty clerk1
office. The assignee is Peyton N. Clark.
The assignment is general, and inolndes
all the notes, accounts, chattels, eto,
owned by the publishing company.
General Baaail Duke is the editor of The
Magazine. The Magazine was started
about two years ago, but never proved
the financial success its originators
' hoped for. The amount of assets or
liabilities could not be ascertained,
Tk Old. Old Kaa.
A mile or so from the Westbury Half
Way House there isajittle cluster of red
buildings to the north of the highroad.
Here, nestled between a modern shoot
ing box and an ancient farmstead, is a
small chapel, and within the chapel a
memorial plate to Parr: "The old, old,
very old man, born in the year of our
Lord 1483. He lived in the reign of ten
kings and queens of England, died the
13th and was burred in Westminster
abbey on the 15th of November, 1635."
The inscription on brass, in a neat
oak frame, of course proves nothing,
though it may well date from the mid
dle of the seventeenth century. Its most
attractive feature is the neatly engrav
ed head of Parr, which is little at vari
ance with that given in Taylor's pam
phlet It is hard to think this serene
faced person, in the conical skullcap,
the trim white collar and many but
toned coat, was a farm laborer all his
Ufa His peaked beard is of the kind
Vandyke loved to paint, and his mus
tache runs down into it The nose is
long and straight, and his eyebrows are
Whether this portrait be a true or an
ideal one. it is famously suggestive of a
man who "hath not been troubled in
mind for either the building or throwing
down of abbeys and religions houses, "
who did never "murmur at the manner
of prayers, let them be Latin or Eng
lish," and who "held it safest to be of
the religion of tho king and qneen that
were (Bic) in being. " It is to be hoped
indeed he was such a man. else he
Ex-Governor Bowie Dead.
Baltimorb, Deo. .5. Ex-Governor
Oden Bowie died at his home, "Fair
view." Bowie. Md., at 8:80 a. m. Tues
day. The end came peacefully while
the governor was surrounded by the
members of his family.
A Spoiled Child.
Little Boy Tommy Wing's mother
awful good and kind to him.
Mamma What has she done that Is so
Little Boy Let him have measles just
the day school began. Tlt-Blts.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Castorla
(Then she had Children, she gave them Csstorla
coma not nave lived fnTougn a more
tiresome century and a half of English
life. Macmillan's Magazine.
Ia the Wrong Car.
A passenger on an op town electric
car had reached her street and wanted
to get out The car was full of people
standing in the aisle, and as she thread
ed her way they moved closer together
to let her pass. She had nearly reached
the door when she stumbled and fell.
Another passenger who got out at the
same street had just left her seat, and
into this the woman who stumbled fell
heavily on her face. She at onco rose
and looked for the obstruction aud saw
that it was a large sample case.
"A nice idea, " she said angrily, "to
put a great thing like that in the mid
dle, of the car for people to fall over.
I've sprained my wrist striking on the
car when I fell over it "
"Perhaps yon think I should stand up
and hold it," sneered a man who was
comfortably seated, while a dozen wo
men stood. '
"No, sir; I think yon should ride in
a cattle car," said the angry woman as
she escaped with her life and looked
daggers after the retreating car. De
troit Free Press
Nearly Bad Baby Spurns.
Niroijto, O., Jons 7, 1834. Hand Medi
ae Co. M baby at three month old had
eolie no badly we feared epaama. Uy hn
bndniotaUe dragnet for"oothingtrra p."
Oar physician was present when he celled
for it nod advised him to try Dr. Hand's
ColieCore. We did so. We have used near-
It three bottle, end baby the most Die-
sot, bright, laughing baby I ever aw. nd I
am eoDvinord we owe it all to Dr. Hand's
Colio Core. Mrs. Arthur himroone. bold
by i. J. Humphrey. Napoleon. O. 2.10.
TBI anoVrsliriied doing easiness la Nepoteoe.
Ohio, ander lb Arm nan of Heiler, Alter
Co., does hereby oertify that the naniea sod nal
dencesofali ol the partlae interested In Mid busi
ness are Samuel at. Heller, Frederick Alter and
winneM b. Freeae, all naiainc in vspoieoa.
Hear? county, Ohio, and that no other person or
persons are iatarealed therein at partner.
B A L K u m- nnit-Klt.
THE STATE OF OHIO, I
Biaax covKTx, t
Personally m nee red before me. a notary nubile.
n and for said oonnty. Sarooel M . Heller. Freder
ick AUcr and Win Odd 8. Vreaae, ho acknowledg
ed the trout of the foregoing inurnment to be
their voluntary act and dead for lhauaea and pur-
noses inereiD meottooea.
In witneM whereof I have hereunto set any hand
and seal thlt lllh day ol December, A. . IK94.
3t notary Public
His View of lb
Teacher (to Bainbridge street boy)
Now, if yon have a meal at 12 o'clock,
what do yea call it?.
"Luck, "said the boy. Philadelphia
for Infants .and Children.
THIRTY years' observation of Castoria with the patronage) of ,
million of persons, permit o to speak of it without guessing.
It Is nnqnestionably the pest remedy for Infants and Children
he world has ever known. It Is fcaimle. Children lilce it. It
give them health. It will save their lives. In it Mothers have
something which is ahsolntely safe and practically perfect as a
Castoria detroys Worm.
Castoria allays Feverishnes. " ""
Castoria prevents vomiting Sonr Cord.
Castoria onres Diarrhoea and Wind Colio.
Castoria relieves Teething Trochlea.
Castoria onres Constipation and Flatnlenoy.
Castoria nentralises the effects of carhonio acid gas or poisonons air.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
Castoria assimilates the food, regnlates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is put np in one-aise pottle only. It is not sold in bnHt.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything le on the plea or promise)
that It is "Jpt a good" and "will sniwer every purpose."
Sea that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
la on very
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.
Spring Gurry Comb
Clock Spring Blade. Soft as a Brash. Fits every Curve. The
Only Perfect Comb. Used by U. H. Army and by Harntrm and
Forepaugh Circuses, and 'Leading Horsemen of. the World.
Ask your Dealer for It Sample mailed post paid 2; cents.
Bee our name on the handle. Sl'BISU CUBBI COMB CO., 104Lafayette St,, South Bead, Indiana.
TfU'tS Vj CARRYING PASSEKGERS LEAVE
Do. 45, Toledo ft St. LouliEx 6:09 s. m
t 41, " A Kimii City Ex...ll:21 s. m
t 87, " & Defiauce Ex 6:57 p. m
43, ft St. LouliEx 6:1 p.
t 71, " 4 Ft. Wayne Local. 0:20 s.m
No. 42, St. Louis it Toledo Ex .8:81 s.m
t 8R, Defiance & Toledo Ex 7:06 a.m.
' t4S, Kansas City Toledo ii.... 8:10 p.m.
44.8t Loul A Toledo Ex.... 8:62 p.m.
70. Ft. Wayne ft Toledo Local . . . . 12 :S5 p. m.
4 Datlyexoept Sunday. Daily.
CM. BRYANT, Agent
Edw rd C. BuMel, a Onardla of J at RumU,
an ImbMUe, nalntts,
Sarah Jan Bl.bop, Archer Bn.wll. Tha Vnlos
Central Ufa Iuaurano Lo. el ai.. Dtrlcuaani.
In tta Probate Court of Henry Oonnty, Ohio.
SARAH JiREBIsnop, h rralrir at Fott
Slot. Ada cooutT. Idaho. and Archer Rnaaell,
wno malrie t Don kirk. Jar county, Indiana, will
ta aoHtc that Edward C. Bnuell. Onardian of
Jabes Knaaeli, an Imnecll, old on tha lt day of
September, A. D., 14, II hia petit ton hi the Pro
bata Coart of Benty county, Ohio, aliening thai
th pcraooal estate of hia aaid ward I Inautodrut
to pa the debit and del ma, and coat of Guardian
ship, and matnlenano of nta aaid aard, that tha
aaia vrara l in owner in ie mpw ui " un
divided one-third of the followln described real
aetata, United In Haurr county, Ohio, to-wlt:
The nndt'ldedOn-thlra part or sixty acre 01
utnd off of the aet eld ol tha northweat quarter of
Motion thirty- fe, tn township (car, north of range
The prayer of the petition I that the eald Gnar
dlau may be ordered to eel! the aaid eatata of hia
ward to oar the debt and chime asalnat a me.
and for hie maintenance, and lor all other equit
Bald Archer Buatell and Sarah Jan Biebop are
hereby not Iflel that they have been made parties
defendant. to said petition and that they are re
quired to answer toe earn on or before January
ism, a. 1 .iBw,or jaagmeni win v taaeuagiuuiH
EDWARD V. KU SMELL.
By W. W. Campbell, his airy no it dt
mm nndenirned. doing- bnslneea Jo tit Til
A l.ireof Ntnoleon, Henry oonnty, Ohio, under
the firm liim of Snensler Brother, ft Co . do her
ty certify that the names aud residence of the
only parties interested In said bntinesa are i.
Ernest spenzier, n erman Bpenffier ana i;nsnee
waller, ail 01 aapoieon, iionry oouuiy, irmu, auu
that no other persons are lntrre.ted therein.
. EENEST 8PKNOI.EB.
THE STATE OP OHIO, I
HlKBV OolFNTT. I
Personally appeared before me. a Notary Public
inandlorssld county, O. Ernest Spcugler, Her
man HpenRler and Charles Walter, who auknowl
edinsri that ihey did siiin the forrnolnir Instrument
and Iheeame le their voluntary act and deed for
the pnrpoee therein meutionea.
Id witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
sua seal this 5th day of December A. I)., 1891.
St Hotary Publlo.Henry o.unty, Ohio,
GREAT HORTHEN RAILWAY,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
To begin to prepare for winter.
The first step generally taken by one is to
arm himself with a new Suit or Overcoat.
The first question is where are you going to
' buy all these new things?
Of course where you can get the best article
for the least money, not where you can get
an inferior article for the most money.
It is to the interest of everyone to get the
best articles to be had for as little money as
We have a line of fall and winter goods that
can't be excelled, at prices to suit the times.
We employ none but the best workmen there
fore we do nothing but first-class work, and
Give us k call before placing an order.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
-N EFFECT NOV 18th, 1894.-!
CENTRAL TIME .
Ly. Mansfield . ...
" Mt. Vernon.,
t n 05
' 105 8 & 11 47
PM AM PM AM AM
8 IS 5 83 7 40 11 00 1 20
9 00 11 20 2 00 6 40 7 40
John C. Oroll, Co. Treas.,
. A. Poller, Brat bum anknown,Jolin R. 0 Ibom
Henry County Court of Common Pleas.
CseeNo.5. Order of sal.
I If pnrsnsnee of an order leaned from tha Court
of Conitnoo Pleas within and for the county of
tiearv aud State of Ohio, made al tha Seotemher
term thereof A. D.. lew. and to aie directed. I wlil
offer for sale at public aoct Ion al the door of tha
Court Hoom, In tha town of Kepoleon, on
Saturday, December 22, 1894,
at I o'clock P. at. of aaid day tha followlnt; de
scribed reatestata, to wit:
The northweat part of the northeast quarter'!)
of the aonihwrst quarter t) of section louneen
(14). town alt (61 north, range ih (8) east, con-
tatDini twenty (20) acres 01 land, ana more ac
curately described as belnx twenty aoreeof land off
of the west part ot all that part of tha nortneaet
qnarter(a)of tho southwest quarter (' of the
seotton. town and range aloneaia uuti lies norm
of the Wsbssh railroad.
8ld n remises have bees sunrsised at 81 W. and
cannot sell for lean than two-thlrda of aaid appraisement.
lerms 01 sate iaan .
E. E. DECKER,
Sheriff of Henry County, Ohio.
James P. Ragan, Attorney.
Pittsburg and Chicago, Trains Nee. 5. 6, 14 A 15
Chicago, Cleveland and Pittsburg. Trains Nob.
14 and 15.
Chicago. Baltimore and Dew York, Train Nos.
5, 6, 7 and 8.
Pittsburg and Cincinnati, Trains Koe. 105, 106,
103 and 104.
N Trains one hour late Sundays. "Trains rnn
DalK $8top on signal. X Dally except Monday.
tDaily ex cept Susday. B Stop on Signal Saturdays
Ticket Agenta will please check up the time
tables in newspapera published at their station and
make the necessary corrections in accordance with
the above figures.
For further information oall on B. A O. Ticket
Agent, or address L. S. Alleu, Assistant General
Peseenger Agent, Chicago, III.
J. VAN. SMITH.
O. O. SCULL,
Gun Pass. Agt.
THE BEST LINE TO
CINCINNATI AND THE SOUTH.
THE DIRECT LINE TO
4 TRAINS EVERY DAY TO
LOW BATE ROUND-TRIP TICKETS TO
Mackinaw, Petoskey, Omen.
Bay Port, Mt. Clemens, Alma,
Huronia Beach, Sault St. Marie,
St. Clair Springs, The Metta was.
J Niagara Falls, Montreal, Toronto,!
For full Information oall onlnyC.H.4 D. Agent I
D. C. EDWARDS.
Qeneral Paaaengar gout,
Oarew BalMIn Otnetaaatl, O.
ACCEPTED SITUATIONS the PAST
THREE WEEKS. They are Emma Raider,
Carrie Zimmerman, Belle Dekoy, Jennie Eldrtdge,
Mary Lalond, Laura Berney, Ada YoBt, Frieda
Wegner, Bertha Kruse, W. A. Soiling, Jos. Scharf,
S. U. Murphy, J. J. Denpsey, H. L. Randabough,
Henry Borgesa. Others are placing comparatively
none; are sending their graduates home unem
ployed. Pay no money to agents who may try to
drive yon into Inferior schools. The Tri-State Is
the popular college.
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John C. Groll. Co. Treas., etc.,
Mason Basr, et al.
Henry County Corn of Common Pica.
Order of sale. Case No. HOT.
IS pursuance of an order Issued from the
Court of Common Pleas within and for the
county of Henry and State of Ohio, made at the
Keit. term thereof A. D. 1893, and to me direct
ed, I will offer for sale st public auction at the
doorof tueoouu nouse,in cue towu 01 uspuieou,
Saturday, December ies,is.
at (o'clock p.m. of aaid day, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
Lot eighty-five hi the original plat of the village
Also.ln-lot one hundred and sixty-four, and lot
one hundred aud soventy-slx, in the town of
Also, lot nine in 8. D. & 3 . Stearns' addition of
out lots to the village or Desblrr.
Also. In-lots thirty-three, thirty-fonr. thirty-five,
fifty-two, flf ly-three and flftv-four tn J. II. Stearns'
addition to I He village 01 veenier.
Said nremlses has hern appraised it : lot nnm
berus, J8M; In-lot number ItH, .t0: lot number
176, 1250; lot number 9, J 10: In-lot number 33, S';
lot nunihcr 31. 'J0: lot number 8ft. S'JHO: lot aata-
herS3,Slt; lot number M, f IS. and lot number 54,
$19, oauDot sell for less than two-thirds of said ap-
Terms of sale Cash.
E. E. DECKER,
fiber' ff of Henry county, Ohio.
Jas. P. Bagan, Attorney.
Laura Woodward, Plaintiff,
Charles a. Boalt et aL, defendants.
In the Court of Commoa Pleas of Henry
CHABLUO. BOALT and A arte O. BoaJt, hia
wife, both reeidinc st tleoepee, WImcoorIo,
ohn B. Boalt and Bliubelli 1. rto.it, his wife, both
rratdlna alsaa Francisco. I'allloraia. W. F. Boalt
(first name of plaintiff unknown) and Oetic! Boalt,
nts wife, fx) to reeimug at i,ra'a, Aostrta, uomeua
K. Mcuonaidana w. j. McDonald, nmr nuaoana
drat foil Bam nnkaowr) reslriina at Taeom
Park. District of Columbia, Impleaded with otbera.
wil) take notloa that on the 26th day of November,
A. On 189. 'he plaintiff duly commenced a Civil
action in said Conrt against them, (with others) be
tag rase No. 4Zia, therein aetuocnp In her petl-
ion that plaintiff ia theowcer and la possession or
thaeastpartortneenath half (Vt) of the north
east quarter ()) of see'lon tweniy-lve (35), ton
six (6), north of rang seven (7) east, in Henry
county, Ohio, containing thirty flva aces of land
more or lees.wmcn ene claims, cine ana tnoe nnaer
whom she claims and derivea title, have been la
the open, notorious and adverse possession of said
premises for the forty-five years continuously last
And olalntiff farther In her petition filed, alleges
that one Charlea L. Boalt, nuw deceased, who waa
tho father of the defendants, on or about the
day of A. P. 18 , oouveyed said above de
scribed premises to one George W. Buchanan, by
deed of warrantee, but that ssld deed wss lost or
destroyed without aver having been plaoed on
record in the record of deeds of Henry oounty,
Ohio, thst the chain of title is perfect from thla
aaid George W. Buchanan, Into plaintiff.
Plaintiff prays that raid defendants may be
ordered and adjudged to convey any title and In
terest they n ay have lu said real estate by reason
of the premises by sufficient deeds to aaid plaintiff
by a day to be named by Ihe uoort, or in aeianis
thereof, that thadeoree so to be entered operate aa
such conveyance, that tha lltle and possession of
said real estate be quieted In plaintiff, and for all
other and proper relief In equity.
Bald defendants and eaoh of them are required
toansworor demur to said petition herein on or
before Saturday, January 1Mb, A. I). 18U5, or
Judgment aud decree will be taken against them.
t-.AU HA awuwAitu, riaiuun.
Cahill A Donovan, her Attorneys,
lSovemuer tini, 18114.
John C. Oroll, Co. Treas.,
Myron Rice. .
Henry County Court of Common Fleas.
Case No. 3879. Order of sale.
IN pursuance of an order Issued from the Court
of Common Please within and for the County of
Henry ana State of Ohio, made at the Sept. term
thereof A. D. 1893, and to me directed, I will offer
lor sale at Public Auction at Ihe door of tho Court
House, in the town of mpoieon on
Saturday, December 22, 1804,
at S o'clock p. m. of said day the following de
rrihn.-i Rant Knt.Hte. tO-Witt
All that part of the souihwest qnartor of the
southwest quarter of section H, town 8 north,
range 8 eat, which lies west of the grounds of the
Ti.vinn Michigan railroad, except the southwest
corner thereot which lies in the town of Deshler
and exoept eleven acres, nereioiore convoyco to
Samnol Heed one aero; to Peter 8. Domer, two
noreii and Edward Gorman, eight acres, and ex
cept a certain strip of ground nine chains and
twelve unxs in lennvn uy nuw iu tu
ning parallel with raid railroad, and six oh alia and
ninj.t.Sv0 link north, sixty degrees west there
from : Ihe traot Intended to be hereby oonveyed,
containing thirteen acres and twenty-two nun.
rtrMrithant nn acre more or less.
Also, all that part of the southeast quarter of the
southwext quarter of aaid section thirteen, which
lies west of said railroad, coutnlnlug four-tenths
of an acre more or less.
h,m ni-AmisAS has been annrataea si rout', ana
cannot sell for least han two-thirds of said appraise
Terms of sale, Cash,
E. E. DECKER,
fihorlfr of Henry County, Ohio.
Jas. P. Bagan, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Henry Holterman, Co. Treaa etc,
Joslah H . 8tearns.
Henry Oonnty Court of Common Pleas.
Case No. 2458. Order of dale,
n pnrsnance of an order leaned from tha
nnnri of common Picas within and for the Coun
ty of H enry and State or Ohio, made at the Sept.
ttrm thereof A. 1., 1893, and to me directed, I
will offerfer aale at public auction si me aoor 01
the Court House, In the town of Napoleon, on
Satnrdav, December 22, 1894,
at 2 o'clock p.m. of said day the following de
scribed, real estate to-wlt:
Lou numbers sixteen, rorty-ntne, sixty, sixty
one, sixty-two, sixiy-mreo, seventy, seveniy nmr,
seventy-five, seventy six, eighty-seven, eighty
eight sndelghtv-nlue. in J. H. Htearn's addition to
the town 01 uesnier, nem; uuuu.j, vui. nuu
lot number seventeen lu J. H. Steam's addition of
out lots to the town of Deshler. Henry oounty, O.
Bald premises baa oeen appraiser at: 101 mo. 10,
$20; lot number 4'J, $10! lot number 60, ffi; lot
numrjer til, -t; tot no. ox, i. uumwi uu,
ini nnmher 70. sin: lot number 74, SIO: lot num
ber 75, 1 10; lot number 78, 110; lot number 87, 15;
. . ' . .0 .a. i an at. In, .umW
lOt UUmUW! OO, W, v uuuim. 1
17,$20, and each cannot sell lor lesa than two-thlrda
of said appralsment.
Terms of sale Cash
E. E, DECKER,
Sheriff of Henry county, Ohio.
J. P. Bagan, Attorney.
For Sale or Trade.
BUSINESS room and dwelling with stock of
general merchandise. Will sell or trade for
Improved land. Inquire of
(cpt27-3m Uallota, Henry oounty, Ohio.
John C. Groll, Co. Treas. eto.,
William H- Mitchell et al.
Henry County Court of Common Pleas.
Case No. 8U81. Order of sale.
TN pursuance of an order Issued from me
rmirtnf Oommou Pleas within and for the
county of Henry aud State of Ohio, made at the
September term inereoi a. u, iov , auu w iubui
rected, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the
door of the Court House, in the towu of Napoleon,
on . .
Saturday, DecemDer z?, itm,
at 2 o'clock p. m,, of said day, the following de
scribed real estate to-wlt:
The north half of the south half of In -lota num
bers 289, S90 and 291, in the original plat of the in
corporated village ol Deehler, Henry eounty, Ohio.
Also the south quarter or In-lots numbers 6H7,
638, G39andb40, in the original plat of the incor
porated village of Desblor, Hen y conuty, Ohio.
Also the north half of the sooth ball' and north
half of the north half of in-lots numbers 1118, 104,
105 and 10t, In S. D. and J. Steams' first addil ou
to the incorporated village of Deshler, Henry
conuty, Ohio .
Also the norm loti xeei ot m-iors unmners in,
118, 113 and 114, In 8. D. and J. Steams' first ad
dition to the lnoorpoiated village of Deshler,
Henry oonnty, Ohio.
Also in-lots rumbere 83, 113, 183,184 and 628, in
the original plat of the Incorporated village of
Deehler, Henry county, Ohio.
Also in-lot number 89 in J. H. Stearns' first ad
dition to the Incorporated village of Deshler,
Henry couniy, Ohto.
Also in-lots numbers 29, 88, 89, 117, 118, 120, 128
and 129, in 8. D. and J.8team' first addition to
the incorporated villageof Deshler, Henry Co., O.
Said premises have been appraised at : the north
half of Ihe south half of lulots number Zif), $75;
number Sail, $10; number 291, (10; tn the Incorpor
ated village of Doshier, rtenry county, O. Also the
the south one-fourth of Inlota numbor 637, 175;
numbei tM, (id; number wu. (Ho; ana numner
840, $15, in the incorporated village of Deshler,
Henry oonnty, O. Also the north half of the south
half and north half of the north bal f of lnlots num
ber 103, $10: number 104, 10; number 1UD, fio;
and number 106. K10: In 8. D. and S. Stearns first
addition to the village of Deshler, Henry county, O.
Also the north 160 feet of lnlots number 111, Iiu;
number 112, f 10; number 113, $10; and 114, $10; in
8 . D. and J . Stearns first addition to the vli lage of
Deshier. Henrv couniy, 0. Also lnlots number 83,
$300; number 113, $129; number 183, $30; number
U4, $16; number 628, $15; in the original plat of
the village of Deshler, Henry county, O. Also lu-
lot number B, tfiu; in J. n. etearns nrgiaaamon
to the incorporated village of Deshler, Henry coun
ty. O. Also lnlots number 29. 2t'0: number 83,
$200; number 89, $1; number 117, (7; number
113, $7; number 120, $7; number 128, $10; number
129, S10; In 8. D. and J. Stearns first addition to
the Incorporated villageof Deabler. Henry ooun
ty, 0., and can not sell for less than two-ihirds of
Terms or sale caan
E. E. DECKER,
Sheriff of Henry County.Ohlo.
Jas . P . Bagan , Attorney.
Sheriff s Sale.
John 0. Groll, Co. Troas.,
Charles E. Warden et al.
Henry County Cnnrt of Common Pleas.
Case No. 8832, Order of Bale.
I H pursuance of an order issued from the Con
of Oommoo Pleas wlthinand for the oonnty ot
Henry aud Btai e of Ohio, made at the April term
thereof A. D. 1898, and to ma directed, I will offer
for sale at pnblio auction at the door of the C ourt
House, In the town of Napoleon, on
Saturday, December 22,1894,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day the following de
scrlned real estate, to-wit:
The southwest quarter of the southwest quarter
of section twenty-five (25), town six (6) north,
range eight (8)eaet. Also, the northeast quarter
of the northeast quarter of section thirty-five (86),
ui. ai nmih. ranffe ciiiht (81 east. Also.
twenty-five (25) acres of land off of the north end
or tne west nan i uo uun.ui .
tlon thirty-six (SO) town six (6) north, range eight
Said premises has been appralsrd at. Flrst.de
acrilied $320, second desorlbeil $280, third describ
ed $200, aud can not sell for less than two-third
of said appraisement.
Terms of sale-Cash.
E. E. DECKER,
8hcriff of Henry County, Ohio.
James P, Ragan, Attorney.
John 0. Groll, Co, Treas.,
William W.Kmmell etal.
Henry County Court Common Pleas.
Case N o. 8867. Order of sale.
IN paranance of an order leaned from the Court;
of Common Pleas within and for the county or
Henry aud Slate of Oh .0, made at the April term
thereof A . D. 1803, and lo me directed. 1 will offer
for sale at public auction at the doorof the Court.
House, In Ihe towu of Napoleon, on
Saturday, December 22, 1894.
at2o'olockp m. of said day the following de
scribed real estate, to-wit:
Lot number ninety-nine (99) in the village of
Texas, Henry conuty, Ohio.
Said premises has been appraised at $227, and
can not sell for less than two-thirds of said ap
lerms 01 sale issu.
' E. E. DECKER,
Sheriff of Henry Oounty, Ohio,.
Jamen P. Bagan, Attorney.
, Probate Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Willis Lowmaster,
as Guardian of Charles Connselman has filed
a final account of bis Guardianship, which will he
for hearing and settlement January 6th, 1894.
J. V. CUFF, Probate Judge.
NOTICE Is hereby given, that John C. Oroll, as
Administrator of the estate of Mathlas Kess-
ler, has filed a final account of his Administra
tion, which will be for hearing and settlement
ueoemoer vttn , isue .
J . V. CUFF, Probate Judge,
GEORGE P. SIMMONS, whose nlsce of rest.
VTdence I s unknown, will take notice that on the
28th dayof November, 1894, Eva B, Simmons filed
in the Common Pleas Court, In and for Henry
county, Ohio, where said action la now pending,
ner petition tor Divorce irom ntm.
Bald George P. Simmons will be reonlred to an-
pear and answer said petition not later than six
weets from and alter the 29th day of November,
1894, same being the date of the first publication
of this noiioe, at whioh time said petition will be
sva is. BinmvHB,
By T. A. Conway, her Att'y. nov29-tlt
CHARLES L. BROWN, whose place of reel.
Vodence is unknown, will take notice that on the
80th day of November A. D., 1894, Edwin Reed,
plaintiff, filed his petition tn the Court of Common
Pleas of Heniy county, Ohio, being case Ko. 4231,
against the said defendant. Charles L. Brown, to
recover the sum of 1174 with six per cent, interest
from the 23th day of April. 1891. Said Indebted
ness Is evidenced by three promissory notes signed
by the said Charles L. Brown, which notes are
secured by mortgage on the following described
In-lot number one hundred and thirty (130) in
8. D. J. Stearns' addition to the vlUage of Desh
ler, Henrycounty, Ohio.
In said petition plaintiff prays for judgment for
9175 and interest, and that said property be sold
for the payment of said above sum, and costs of
suit, and all other proper relief.
Said defendant lanotlfitd that he Is required to
answer.aaid petition on or before January 19th,
1896, or judgment and decree will be taken against
mm as prayed lor.
By T. A. Conway, hlsatt'y. no22-6t
John C. Oroll, Co, Treas. etc.,
B. M. Butler, first name unknown, etal.
Henry County Court of Common Pleas.
Order of sale. Case No. 8963.
N pursuance of an order issued from the Cour
of Common Pleas within and for the county of
Henry and state of Ohio, made at the Sept.
term thereof A. D, 1898, and tome directed, I will
offer for sale at Publlo Auction at the door of the
Court House, in the town of Napoleon, on
Saturday, December 22, 1894,
at 3 o'olock p. m . of said day, the following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt:
Tbeeast half of in-lot nnraber ninety si j In the
original plat of tho incorporated tillage of Deshler,
Henry county, unto.
Said nrctuisee has been appraised at 1375. and
cannot sell for luss than two-thirds of said appraise
Terms of sale cash.
Sheriff of Henry eounty, Ohio.
Jas . P. Bagan, Attorney.
John C. Groll, Co. Treaa. etc.,
M. E. Ooates, first name unknown, etal,
Henry County Court of Common Pleas.
Case No. 8980. Order of sale.
In pursuance of an order Issued from the
Coart of Common Pleas within and for tha
oonnty of Henry and State of Ohio, mnde at the
Sept. term thereof A.D. 1893. aud to me direct
ed, I will offer for sale at pnblio auction at the
door of the Court House, in the town of Napoleon,
Saturday, December 22, 1804,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day. the following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt :
The west half or ln-lot number ninety-seven ia.
the village of Deshler, Henry county, Ohio.
Alio, fifty feet off of the south side of out-lot
eight In Joslah H. Stearns' addition to the vil
lage of Deshler, tn said county, being the south
quarter of said out-lat number eight.
Also, the north half of out-lot number nine. In
Joslah H. Stearns' addition to Deshler, Henry
Said nremlses has been appraised at, ln-lot num
ber 97, J375; out-lot number 8, $500; out-lot num
ber 9, to, and cannot sell for less than two-thirds
of said appralaement.
Terms of sale Cash.
. E. K. DECKER,
Sheriff of Henry County, Ohio.
Jas. P. Ragan, Attorney.
JAMES W. CARSON, whose plsce of residence)
Is Ashley, Indiana, will take notice that on the
11th day of November, 1894, Ella Carson filed in
the Common Pleas Court, in and for Henry county,
Ohio, where said action is now pending, her petit
ton for divorce from him.
Said James W. Carson will be required to ap
pear aud answer said petition not later than six
weeks front and after the 82n d day of November,
1894, same being the date of the first publication of
this notice, at which time said petition will he for
hearing. ELLA 0AU3ON.
By Euos & Johnson, her alt'ys, novZS fit