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Hawkins Shoots Md
Instantly Kills :
Anna Lacy, a Handsome,
ilo Then Tries to Kill Charles
And Finally Kudeavors to Take Ilia
All of tho Parties aro Colorod and
"Wall-Known ia Canton.
Tho Tragedy Occurs at 12:80 O'clock
Thursday At tt moon,
At tho BoBldouco of tho Murdorod
Girl's Mothor in Dorn Alloy.
Jeilonsy the Supposed Cause" of the
.a Pull Bsport of tho Terrlblo Orlmo With
Interviews From Soverul Intarootod
rartloo and Othor Important Informa
tion. Criruo most foul. ... , ,
A noitroahoots a thirteen your old.tlrl.
And then ends his own eriatonce witli
tho same revolver. ... ...
Jealousy was probubly tho cause of the
fearful truRody which occurred at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon.
Tho above rIvch brio account of
tho worst crime that has taken place
to Stark county In many a year.
The murderer is Charles Hawkins and
xho munli-red lrl Anna Lacy. Both aro
colored people aud well known In the
Yesterday Mrs. Lotta Lacy, tho mother
of the murdered girl, hail William Ilol
linsworth,a boardor.arrosted onaeharRO
of assault aud battery. Tho case was be
ing triad this afternoon before Mayor
illake, at tbo time tho crime wao commit
toil. Mrs. Lacy was at the Mayor's court,
jvnd tho Rirl Anna was at home. Charles
Whlto had called to escort her to
court. TIio appoaranco of White seemed
toenrajjo Ilawkius, aud frost this fret, It
would scorn as If ho was Jealous of tho
At tht) lime of tho shooting Whito was
in tho kitchen, whllo tho tflrl and her
murderer, were in u mlddln room. Tliey
had a few words aud Hawklus asl.cd
Anna if alio was not point? to answer him.
She did not reply and ot a tiullet m her
nock for her allonce.
Immediately after tho shooting tbo eirl
ran out of tlio house. H.iwl ius followed
Iter and winle id tliu raar r n attempted
to cut his throat with a butcher knife.
.Hot satisfied with this 'ie llroti another
wiiilot into ti"i "wn hew J. He then rati
out or the Louse af to. be rl. who had
-n... 4..n. i.!iln of tho door, lie fell
i. ;.VL d 7i ).(ln In this uosltton flred '
another 'bot at Charles White, who hud ;
como out of tho homo.
lie thou Rraspot? tbo revolvor, with nil
.other ballet into 'i.s h.-ad. This took ef
lee and resulted in ending his own mis-
t?elaT her aVd plad on thS
WWpp''-? b0 neahborhood
notified Mr. if ord Weber, who was
iW the vicinity. He In turn notified Cor
oner John H.Opouhlmer and police head
uartoro. Tho mother was there at tho
time and of course hastened to the sceno
OfflVerrWJtaJcobs was tho first polUoman
to nrrivo on the scone. He was closely
loUowed by a News-Democrat
Srwrter and Coroner Opentumer
"a? loon at tho, place. When the
reporter rcachod the i spot Hawklna was
itftl breathlnc. Dr.T. n. Landor was
called r.nd found that uothing could bo
done for tho murderer oscopt to lot him
die by his own hand.
All was excitement at tho place, mid a
crowd soon gathered. Th bodies wore
Amoved Into tho house whoro they will
bo urcnared for burial. Coronor Opeuhl
iner Is busy Bettlny; M the Information
EStWoond will fully iuvosturate the
TUL MOTlItR AB1.U E.S.
When tho mothor reached thehousooho
was nearly prostrated. She was mot by a
Nfcws-DEMOUUT reporter and takou to a
nelaUbor'a house, whoro she oavo all the
information po-niblo regarding tho crime.
She. ot course, did not know much about
tho affair as sho wao not ureseu t when the
crime was committed.
Mrs. Lacy wan so much oxcited over the
mnrder of her daughter, that it was with
difllculty, anything coald be gloamed
from her. Sho said Hawkins had beon
drinking during the day, and had at
tempted to pay a little attent on te Anna
before, but that It was uothlng private,
fcciur more in a joking way.
naed waB an ordinary 32 calibre American
bull doz. There wore four empty sheila
and one load in It when found. The Lacy
family roslile In Dorn alley, where tho
murder and suicide occurred.
It in reported In the neighborhood that
HawkinB attempted to tako Improper
liberties with tho girl, and that sho resist
d his advauces, and this led to the shoot
ing. It is Impossible to verify this report.
CU-rleo Hawkins, tho murderer of Anna
Lacy, la a worthless sort of a fellow, who
etirao hero over a year ago from bewickly,
1. About a year ugo he worked ft short
time for Bon Griggsby, but of lato has done
nothing except drink whiskey and beer,
whenever bo could obtulu It.
Charku Hawkins, tho murderer, has
two shots In tho head, and tho throat looks
m If ho had ottemptod tocutltwith u
dull knife, hut when ho felt tbo "cold
stool had dcslstod. The girl hast
bullet wound In her neck, and hor dross
ma open at tbo throat, exhibiting her
Itocom, which was almost white. 'I his
ould seem to indicate that Hawkins at
mptod to tako liberties with her person.
Charles It. White, tho young man who
was waiting to tako the girl to tho Mayor's
cHlca-aidf "I was In an adjoining room
to tho ono where Hawkins and Anna Lacy
were. 1 board him say, 'Ain't you going
to answer me, Anna1 To
itda sho said, 'I ain't got
time now, you know I must go,'
I then beard a shot, and Anna oarae
running out of tho room, saying, "O, my
Cod, I am shot." I then run into tho
room. Uawkino was laying on tho floor.
A revolvor laid at his feet. I asked
Mm, "Aro you dead?" Ho said,
"No, but 1 will be soon,"
With that bo ralsod up, tho blood
running from his head, and in an Instant
grasped tho revolver and flred at mo. I
then ran out and ran to tho uoareat tele
phono to notify the police."
WANTED TO SHOOT ANOTHER MAN.
Isaac Harding an olderly gentleman re
4dlng at 113 South Cherry street said, "I
mm within at ty feet of tho scone and saw
the girl fall along tho side of the house. I
ran In to pick her up, when
1 spoke Hawkins said, 'Let hor lay or I'll
shoot you.' I thought It was time to go
THE FAMILY HISTORY,
Mr. and Mr. Lacy came here from
Salem about two years ago. They did not
live happily together ana separated some
timo since, Mrs. Lacy keeping boarder
for a livelihood. Their tro daughters
resided with the mother. Annie was con
sidered a very bandsomo young girl. Sho
had tbo nppcaranco of a girl of sixteen
while sho was but a mere child, having
not reached her thirteenth year. Itobccca
tbo other daughter will be elghteon next
February. At tho tlnio of the shooting sho
waa up stairs andjwhon sho run out of the
house sho said Hawkins find nt hor.
Mr. Lacy tbo fattier of tho murdered
girl Is working in Salem.
THE MURDEKFR STILL ALIVE.
At 4:15 this afternoon Charles Hawkins
tho murderer, was still breathing, but
Dr. T. II. Landor says ho will soon expire.
It will bo impossible for him to recover
and death Is expected at any moment.
When this paper went to proas last
night Charles Hawkins, the victim of his
own rash act, lay on tho floor in a room
In tho south side of tho houso. His form
quivered almost constantly and it was
thought that his timo was short.
Dr. T. U. Landor v ho had beon called
by Coroner Openhlmcr as soon as ho caw
that Hawkins was not dead, was in attend
ance on him and endeavored to adminis
ter a ttlmulant, but with no effect,
Hawkins lay as one dying, but It now is
apparent that ho has totally conscious and
know all that was golug on. He rovived
somowbat at about S o'clock and was
loaded Into an ambulanco which had been
improvised for tbo occasion and tnkon to
pollca headquarters. He coon commenced
to show symptoms of a nature which lod
tho physician to believe that thero woro
chances for recovery. A careful examin
ation was made when It was found that
thero was a bullet hole over the region of
tho heart. Tho lnll had struck a rib and
glanced around tbo heart, making merely
a flesh wound.
There was a holo In the back of tho neck
whoro another ball bad cntored. An ugly
gash In tho throat showed whore ho had
attempted t a svr his Jugular voln with a
case knife, and a fractured skull, in tho
parietal rogloa gave evidence that ho had
uted tbo hatchet with great effect.
Ho was llxod up sklilf tilly by Dr. Landor,
and soon openod his eyes and gazed
around. A short time later, about 11
o'clock, bo was able to talk, and his testi
mony was takou by Coronor Oponhlmer.
Jfollowlag Is tho utatcment of tho inur
deior as obtained by the coroner.
Charles Hawkins, after being duly
sworn, states that ho has been living at
Mrs. Lacy's sinco Augiut 6, a year ago.
'Today," he said, "I was working for Mr.
Dlebold nt tho corner of South and Wo'
nut street, hariDg otarted In to work yes
terday morning. I quit work there at
noon and went to the saloon ut the corner
of Ilox and Willnma streets. I got Ave or
six glasses of beer there. From tho saloon
I went down to LucV and sat down and
talked with oil in tbo houso, Joe Johnson,
Mrs. Lacy, Kobce?. and C. K. Whlto.
They wore talking about tbo trial which
was to be In tho afternoon, and Mrs. Lacy
wassnoaktngof the dross she wao to wear
ut tho trial, .bo asked mo to stay nt tho
houso till sho rnnie hack. I said I would
stay and then uokod bur if sho wanted a
glass of wine. Sho oai J yes and then sho
and White went after tho wlno, I paying
for it when they camo back. I romoined in
the houao all tbo tirao thoy were after tho
wno. Whito camo back after tho
cirls and Aunlo waa drying tho dishes.
Whlto told Aunlo and Rebecca to got
ready and go up to pollca headquarters.
Taoy stopped work to got rcitdy. I told
Annie as soop eu sue got throujj'h with the
llnhcu t- onio in as I wantod to talk to
Iter. I an't tell what I did after tbat. I
joked her if slit waim't going to talk to
me, and sho (aid she had no timo. I bad
n revolvor with me at tho time. That Id
nil I remember utter the remark Annio
made after sbo said sho had no time.
White came in and asked mo what I shot
her for. I did not answer him but shot
myself. I shot myself firs' in tho uccl:
and then over the heart. I had no quarrel
with Whlto. Annio wao 'yiDg outside the
houso when I shot myself. After I shot
myself I trird to cut luy throat with acaso
knlfo. I did not bavo a hatchet. When
I camo out of tho bouse I asked Annio it
sho was dead. She said uo. Sho
could not talk very well.
I said to her, "If wo can't live togother
wo can dlo togothor." From tho looks of
bor eyes I thought sho was going to die.
Will Holllngsworth Btrncfc her night before
la3t. Ho was out at tho house today. I
bavo boon keeping company with Annio.
The revolver I bought at tho loan otllco
In tbo Wornet block last Tuesday night,
but did not buy it for any particular pur-
Eoac. WbonAnulo made the remark, "I
uvo no time" sho was standing at tho
closot door and I was Btandlng near tho
tablo. Annio got ono ol tho loads from
tho revolver and 1 got two. I flred tho
shots and had tho revolver. Tho unox
ploded load In tho revolver I aimed at
myself. It waa tbo last load In the revol
ver and would not go off.
CUARIJC3 R. WHITE
who was in tho houso at tho timo tho
crime was committed and Is tho principal
witness, was oxaminod by Coronor Open
hlraor this moraine. He testified tbat he
had been boarding at Lacy'a for tho past
flvo weeks and had slept with Hawklna
two nights bef oro tho murder. On Thurs
duy morning ho saw Hawkins take a re
volver out from under hla pillow when ho
got up. Continuing his testimony ho said:
l went up to no Mayor's omcu wiiuura.
Lacy and came back after too girls. Ko
becca wout up stairs to got ready and An
nio went to tbo closet to cat hor cap.
While Hebocca wao up stairs Annio
closed the wardrobe door behind her whllo
sho was looking for bor cap. Sho stood
with her back to tho door, toeing Hawkins.
Hawkins said, "Annie, oro you going to
answer mo." She said, "no I havn't timo
to answer you now for I must
hurry and go up street." I heard him
mutter somo words but what they were 1
don't know. Then ho shot hor. Sho ran
out and crabbed hold of mo. I was stand
ing near tho center of tho kitchen.
Kim fr!t in mo. "O my God Itaodlo. Haw
kins has shot mo." I puahod hor away
and sho ran on out tho door onto the walk.
1 didn't think for a moment ho bad roally
shot her but thought he had Just shot to
scaro hor. I rushed to the mlddlo room
door where ho was. When I rushed to
wards tbo door I
HEARD ANOTHER SHOT.
I saw hlrn fall and the revolver foil ot his
feet. I said "My God Hawkins what do
you mean by this?" Then I said "Aro you
dead?" Heeald"No Keodlo I am not
doad but I ooou will be." Then ho reached
dowu to his feet and picked up tho revol
ver again. Ho took a firm grip on It and
then shot at mo. Kobecca was coming
down stairs and I said to her "Run out
Uossle, Hawkins haa shot at Annio," Sho
ran out of the door with me. I ran past
thoplaco whoro Annie was lying and
there was an old gontloman trying
to raise hor up. Ho says to me, "help mo
to lift hor up." I said, "no, wait till I go
aud telophone to higher authorities."
Then I ran over to the Connotton freight
olllco and telephoned to pollco headquar
ters, and told them to tell Mm, Lacy, who
was up thore, that Hawklna had shot An
nie. Ono of the men In tho olllco ran over
with me to the houso, and whon I got thero
ho was lying by tho girl's side, with one
kneo bent under him as though ho wero
liable to spring up at any moment. Whou
I wont back I walked toTards him. He
looked up at mo and
PipKED UP THE HATCHET
which laid beside him, and raised It up as
if he would olthor fight mo with it or hit
hlrnsolf with It. Ho appeared to bo too
weak to use tt. Ho laid bis hoad on her
breast, alghtenod hlrnsolf out In a pret
ty good lying position and then ho olosed
VERY UOOH ALIVE.
Stretched on a cot In tho corridor of tho
City prison, the murderer of Annie Lacy
was seen by a reporter this morning. His
head was bandagod but ho did not seem
In very bad health after the rough manner
lu which he had used himself. He hod no
hesitancy In answering questions and
there ean be no doubt that lie committed
-k viv 'in r .. - v rr w j
COUNTY TREASURER MAUDRU.
tho crlmo whllo In a fronzy of Jealous pas-
The reporter conversed with him for
somo time, but few additional facte wero
elicited. . ...,..,
"Did you murder Annio whllo In tbo
heat of passiou?" Inquired the rcportor.
"Well, no, not exactly," said llawkln,
as ho Bat up on the cot. "I was not vpry
mad at hor. I don't know Just why I shot
hor," . ,
"Had you been kcoplng company with
her?" was asked. . ,. ,
"Yes, we had beon going togother for
somo time," bo answered. "I was in love
with her. You see I did not want to shoot
her,but was golug to shoot myself becauso
sho would not talk to me. She riushod
towards me to stop mBfromkilllngmyooir
and thcu I shot her. 1 then put two shots
Into myself." . .,
"You woro determined to dlo wero you 7"
nskod tho reporter. ht-h
"Yes, I wanted to die," he said. "I don't
caro now whether I llvo or die. I am sorry
I shot her but that will not bring her back
to life. While I waa lying down at the
houso I know overytblng that was going
ou but did not movo as l woe
APBA1D OP UEINO LYKCUED.
"Thero was no use In tnJ-ctiOj that
morphine into mo, for I was ull right."
Ho then closed hla oyea and thoreportor
asked him if ho was sleepy.
"No, I um not sleepy, but I'm mighty
hungry t" ho said.
To all visitors who asked him how ho
felt ho answered, "Just tolerable."
OUlcor Voglegcsang placed Hawkins
uuder arrest whllo bo was lying on the
floor at tho Lacy residence. He put him
into his waRon which happened to bo
thero and took him to police ueadqitai te w.
Ofllccr Voglegcsang w make affidavit
against him today for murder.
THE POST MOR1EM,
At the Undertaking rooms of J. . Itam
soy this afternoon a post mnrwrn exami
nation was hold, aho body is that of a
fully dovelopo.l female upparontly
Btntomout was made by tbo rootbe- of the
murdered girl that she was nor quitoli
years ol ugo. This statement ia clcurly
erroneous as tho post mortem revealed.
It wa discovered during the examination
ibat sho was not a virgin. Urs. Landor
aud Morrow conducted the post
mortem. Drs. Pylo and March wore in
It was found that tho bullet had entorod
tun loft lung at Its apex, and after enter
ing xuo lunr took a downward Tourse,
entering tbo rartoiil. The various organs
anu the brain wero found t bn tii normal
col lit ton.
TH3 SNTDEB-ALBBIOHT CASE.
A Jury Struck Which Consists of Woll
Known Bmlnesa Uen.
The following Jury lias been etnick K
try tho famous bnyder-Albright oaBe of
John A. Bliss, Otnaburg.
Jameji Culbertson, Alliance.
Joseph Weaver, Canton.
Thomas Broulus, Alliance.
Samuel Willis, Canton.
Peter Pierson, Louisville.
J. P. Shilling, Louisville,
Henry A. Wis?, Canton.
M. P. Fry, Cauton.
Georgo Bartb, Canton.
Henry Ream, Plain.
Georgo Yohe, Canton.
Georgo Shearer, Canton.
H. D. McCroa. Canton.
THB WIL2IOT ELECTION.
Out ofSixty-Thxee "Voters Flvo Cast Bal
lots Which ore Thrown Out.
Tho olectlon ot Wllmot Saturday was
watched with much interest on account of
the now ballot law. Thero wero 63 votes,
cast, and 68 of them woro counted, the
other flvo being thrown out on account of
errors. Two or threo wero voted without
Tho ticket elected wan ao follows, it bo
Ing u combination ticket of Democrats,
Republicans and others : Mayor, Wm. M.
Johnson; clork,R. C. Shanowor; treasur
er, James Crluo; marshal, W. S. Ellis;
street commissioner, Henry Gerloch;
Bealorof weights and measures, Joseph
Lenj;councilmen, Jacob L Louz, W. J.
Putmnn, R. L. (Rowland, C. H. Grablll, C.
P, Wolf, Godfrey Kahlor.
An Old Cantonlan Clone.
Mrs. F. L. Drackobusb, widow ot Dr.
Carl Brackebush, aged 88, died In Chicago
at tho rosidenco of her son Alfred, No.
307LaSollo street, last Monday. Inter
ment will tako plsco at Wostlawn como
tery, Friday at 3:30 p. m. Services at
Trinity Lutheran church at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Hrackobush was one of the oarlloct
settlers of Canton and will bo remember
ed by all tho older citizens as a vory bright
and scholarly lady.
Tbo liracKouusu lamuy woro prominont
in tho early days for thoir social acttvity
lHlCHl PUosUItobing PUoa.
Symptoms Moisture; Intense Itching
and stinging; most at night: worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tumors
form, which often bleed and ulcerate,
becoming vory sore. Swaynm'b Oint
ment Etopi tholtchlag and bloodlug, bcala
ulcerations, and iu most uwjos removes
tho tumors. All druggists, or by mall, for
60conW. Dr, Swayno & Son, Philadel
Pardon for Ira Smith Refused.
The Board of Pardons yesterday reject
ed the potltlon for tho pardon of Ira Smith
from the Ohio ponltentlary. Smith is a
youth fourtoon years of ago who was sent
to tho penitentiary from this county a
couple ot years ago for manslaughter, ho
having killed a llttlo girl at Now Berlin by
pointing on old gun at her aud pulling tho
trigger. Tho boy was playing with tho
weapon and did not know it was loaded.
Worth Hundreds of Dollars,
My wife used only two bottles of
"Mother's Friend" boforo hor third con
finement. Sayo sho would not bo without
it for hundreds of dollars. Had not half
ao much trouble as before. Dock Mills,
Lincoln Parish, La. Sold by Weber Bros.
The new Reformed church at Malvern,
O., will bo dedicated on Sunday, Novem
ber 1st, at 10 a. ra. Good spoakers will bo
I have not used oil of ono bottto yet. I
suffered from catarrh for twelve years, ex
periencing tho nausoating dropping In tho
throat pocullar to tbat disoasc, and noso
blood almost daily. I trlod various rome
dios without benefit until last April, when
I saw Ely's Croani Balm advertised in tbo
Boston Budgot, I procured a bottle, and
since tho first days' use have had no moro
blooding the soreness is entirely gone.
D, G. Davidson, with tho Boston Budget,
formerly with Boston Journal,
1BJS STARK. OOUKTY 1)EM0CJRAT-0CT.
Domocratio Candidnto for Ho elec
tion for County Troasuror.
Joseph Mandru was born In Washing
ton township. Stark county, Ohio, Sep
tember 16, 1839 Horocoivod his prcllmlu
luary education iu n common school, and
afterward attended school undor Prof.
Martin, in CoiMon. At tbo ago of 13 ho
nnterpdtho store of Louis Fnfvro.of Stras
burg, iu whose cerrlceho continued about
four years, nnd thou entered tbo employ
of Samuel Marvin and NIoliolus fjhardlt
aa clerk, and established a reputation for
integrity and business qualifications
which soon won him- the confidence, not
ouly of his employers, hut of all who know
him, which trait of character boa contin
ued to win liim frlonds from that timo on,
and but few men oujoy tho confidence of
their fellow men so fully as does be. Ho
formed n partnership with Bphralm
Oreincr, at Straiburg, in 1801, which was
dissolved in 1SGS. He then forraod a part
ucrtliip with IiIh brother Simon, under the
llrai name of "J. Maudrn A Bro." Tho
firm has siiico then been doing an oxton
slvu buitne&s In wool, grain, for
tlllzors, ifcc. They also bavo a
largo ntoro In Maximo, wbicb
has boon built up sololy through thoir own
eirorts, and tho proper nnd hoaornblo ex
ercim of Mr. Maudru's business abilities.
Ho has bocn especially noted for his lib
erality toward those in need of pecuniary
assistance. Tbo down trodden aud op
pressed novcr knocked at his door In vain,
and many was tho lifo that wob mado
brighter through his generosity, The os
trein in which ho is held by tho people of
bis county waa manifested In a vary lit
tlug manner, when, In 1883, he defeated
Robert M. Hawkins for Infirmary Direct
or, arid agaii defeating T. T. Arnold In
1SSG by a majority of 415. This was again
evidenced, hen two yours ago ho dofeat
ivi that eminent and oblo ofilcinl J. W.
Buniuby far County Treasurer by a good
oizf-d maj ml'.. Ho comes boforo tbo poo- (
nlo of blark county today with n nrlvatn I
character and a public recordthatis uu-
assailable, n reputation that is untainted, I
aud with al those biuinecs qualifications
nnd traits of character that will commend
him to tho nuffragea of an Intelligent poo
pie, as ono who Ia eminently qual
ified to faithfully and honorably 1
...........," .v.tmii.iuiii,Ko wuii-ij
PS!,lr!r:T.?,!f' HPn0.! ?,;..ftcl,u.al
SHvir V? SteXS
book, upon tin tficiil record of tho past,
of which ovry act Is opon to inspection
under ths scr itini ilur oye of proper and
honorable investigation, upon tbo uu
writton law that, "A faithful public
otflcial dP3Prves a second term of office,"
and with a renewed plcdgo to evor faith
fully labor to preserve, lnviolato tbo con
fidence no implicitly placed in him, by au
bono-ed constituency, bo comes bofore
tho lioople of Stark county this fall for a
re-cloction to tba office of County Treas
urer, which ho has bo faithfully filled dur
ing tho pant thirteen months. Ho ii com
monded to tho pooplo of Stark county
with a positive assurance that if re
elected, he will continue as berotofore, to
serve them faithfully, honorably and effi
ciently. TAXATION AMENDMENT.
Charles P. Htokoy Has Something Jo Say
aegording tho Proposed Amendment.
Many voter.) are seeking Information In
regard to the constitutional questions to
bo submitted to them at tho coming
eloction. This io just what all voters
ought to do. Section 3 of article XII of tho
Constitution of Ohio,
now rbads :
"Laws shall bo pasod taxing, by a uni
form rule, all raonsye, credits, invent
mento in bonds, stocks, joint stock com
panies or otherwise, and also all real and
personal property, according to Its true
value in money; but burying grounds,
publio bchool houssi, houses used exclu
sively for publio worship, institutions of
purely public chartty,publlo property used
exclusively for any publio purpose, and
personal property to an amount not ex
ceeding In value two hundred dollars, for
each Individual, may, by goneral laws, be
exempted from taxation; but, oil such
lows shall bo subject to alterations or ro-
poal, and the valun of all property, so ox- $
emptcu, shall, irora time to time, be as
certained and published, as may be di
rected by law."
If a majority of all the voters who vote
at the coming olectlon make a crois mark
X in the square cornered apace at tho left
of the words "Taxation Amendment
Yes," aaid oectlon
WILL THEN BEAD:
"Laws may be pasaod which shall tax
by a uniform rulo all monoys, credits, In
vestment iu bonds, stocks. Joint-stock
companies, or othorwiee; aud all real and
porsonn) property according to tho true
value thereof in money. In audition there
to, laws may be patted taxing rights,
privileges, franchises, and such other sub
ject matters as tho Legislature may direct ;
hut buryinggrounds, publio school houaos,
houses usod exclusively for publio wor
ship, institution:! of purely puollc charity,
public property ussd exclusively for any
public purpose, and other proporty may,
by general laws, bo exempted from taxa
tion ; and tho value of all property so ex
empt hhall, from time to timo, bo ascer
tained and published as may be directed
Tho effect of tho chance, if made, will
be to empower tho Legislature to pass
general laws, first, to tax certain valuable
posoassions that can not bo taxed as tho
constitution now stands; and, second, to
reliovo tax-bunions that aro unfair and
wrong, Including what has long been
known and complained of as "double
Thero Is nothing of partisan politico
In tbe question.
If tbo voters of Ohio vlll carefully con
sider this and other constitutional arnond
monts that may be submit tod to them from
timo to timo, the expenso of a "Constitu
tional Convention" may woll be saved.
Charles V, Stokbt.
Licensed to Wed.
Marrlago licenses havo been
tbo following persons:
J, William Lonas and Lovlo E.
Elmer Van Voorhts and Delia Stahl,
John H. Thomas and Mando E, Spldlo,
flaoklen'e Arnic Solve,
Tho best salvo In tbe world for cuts,,
bruises, Boros, ulcers, salt rhoum. fever
sores, totter, chopped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles, or ho pay required. It la
guaranteed to glvo perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. X'rlce 86 cent por box,
For sole by Dutbin, Wrlt & Co,
THS CIUKGKS ARE FAJLS15.
Cincinnati, Oot. le.-rSpeclal. Tho
Cincinnati Commercial Gazotto of this
morning snyst "The following dispatch
from Now York Is printed on news, and In
tbo samo spirit as tho now celebrated
Wilkinson Interview, which flrot appeared
In tho Now York Recorder, nnd on which
Governor Citmpboll based a libel suit
agnlnst tbo Commercial Gazotto t
New York, Oct. 16. Tbo Recorder of.
this morning will say editorially:
On the 6th day of October, 1891, wo pub
lished certain Information which wo ro
eolved from what we then considered to
bo an nuthonlc source, concerning au in
terview with ono Ralph Wilkinson, said
to be a prominont cltlzon of Columbus,
O., regarding certain financial transac
tions with Governor James E. Campbell,
of Ohio. Tho source from which tho In
formation camo to us at the timo of tho
publication we bolievod to bo reliable.
On tho succeeding day wo published Gov
ernor Catnpboll's denial of the statements
contained In tho Intorviow, together with
a lottorfroru bis counsol, Moesrs. Hoadly,
Laiitorbach & Johnson.
Wo did not at that timo rotroct tho pub
lication becauso of our rollance Iu the
truthfulness of tho statemont mado to us.
SInco then, however, wo havo been nt
pains to Investigate It.andos a rosultcou
dldiy say that wo havo boon unable to dis
cover any such person as Ralph W. Wilk
inson, and had bo boon a prominent citi
zen of Columbus, O., as was reprcsontud
to us. vto would no doubt from tho Inves
tigations which wo set ou foot havo beon
ablo to find him. Wo havo no desiro to
do an Injustice to Governor Campbell,
and thoroforo, undor tho circumstances,
cheerfully withdraw all statements so far
as wo oro concerned mado In tho lntor
ylew with tho alleged' Ralph W.
OFF FOR THE PEN.
Sheriff Krlder and Assistants Btart for
Oolumbuo With Dr. Maxwell and
Dr. David P. Maxwell will get a tasto of
life In tho ponitontiary oven it tho supremo
court should decide to boar bis caso.
Sheriff Krldor, Mr. Haines of Marlboro,
David Johns and Ed Riglor took flvo pris
oners down to Columbus Friday morning.
Among them was Dr. Maswoll, who was
looking rather polo as a result of his ro
cent confinement. Tho prison dockot nt
Columbus will road about as follows
shortly ntar the arrival of tho party:
David 1'. Maxwell, nttomptiug to pro
euro an abortion, 4 cars.
Goorgo Wilson, burglary and larceny,
aud highway robbery, 0 years.
John Strook, false pretoneo, 4 years.
Sherman Sontalr cutting with lntont to
kill, 3 years.
Tho Purest und BoBt
Articles known to medical science are
used In preparlug Hood's Saraaparllla.
Every ingredient is carefully selected,
personally nxamined, nnd only tho host
rotaiuod. Tho medicine is propared under
tho supervision of thoroughly competent
pharmacists, mid ovory step in tbo pro
cess of raunufooturo is carefully watched
with a view of securing in ;Hooci'a Sarsap
aMIla the best possiblo result-).
Suddon Death at Orrviiln.
A woll known resident of this county
living nt Cunal Fulton camo to a cuddon
death at Orrvillo about 7:'j0 o'clock laut
ovoning. Ho had been over attending tho
fair aud wan at tho ftnnot wnilv In mmn
home whon ho auddonly dropped to tho
ground dead. Ho wai placet! on a cot at
iuo uepoi anu tauon nome on tho noxt
train. A reporter was unable to learn his
namo. Heart disease was the cauru of
Trrstnrar Mninlrti III in nrmini r
icolleet taxes ot the regular places about
"' - " lerotoforo.P
Few people luvo ntiffcrcl jnoro sovorclj
tmn ilja; eptla th in Mr. F. A IIoMahon, o
well knov. n grocer cf Staunton, Va. Ho says
Ucforo is.a I wao In excellent heilth, wclf u
lac o cr 20J pou-'ds. In that year an alhaont
flavolopcd Into ccuto dyniKipsIn, and Bvin I
was reduced to 163 pounds, suffering burning
sensations in the ctomacli,
patpltitton ot the lioart,
nausea, and indigestion
I could not sleep, lost all
Soart In my work, bad fits of melancholia, and
for days at a timo I would Imo weloomed
death. 1 becomo inoroso, sullen and Irritable,
and for debt years life wa3 a burden. I tried
isany phyelclinfl nnd many remedies. Ono day
a workman employed by mo suggested that
1 tako ia gi Hood's
Harscpa- BBftePflEllfu' rllla. as
H bad SUHBIIdIIIs enaW
wlfo ot UHUfcyDBii&i dyapop
sla. 1 did go, and before taking tbo wholo ot
a bottlo I becan to feel Uko a now man. Tha
terribto pains to which I had been subjected,
ecapod, tho palpitation ot tho heart eubtdded,
v.y 3tomacli bocamo easier, nausea dlsap
poaicd, and my entlro system began to
tonoup. With returning
strength came activity ot
Mind and body. Ilctoro
tho Qflh bottlo was taken
2 had regained my former weight and natural
condition. 1 cm today well nud I ceciibo It
to taking Hood's Barsaparllla."
N. H. If you decide to tako Hood's Barua-
VOJlllu do not bo Induced to buy any othor.
Ooldtiyalliirisirlsh. flltstiforfi. Prcporcfioal
t C L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries. Lowtll. Mita.
&o353 Ono Dollar
In pursruDTO of the order ot trie Probate Oourt ot
Htark county, Oblo, 1 will otter for mile, at public
Saturday, tho 7th day of November, 1891
at oua o'clock p m , upen tbe proiauej, tho follow
incdcsorttteil real mute, situate lu Paris township,
couuty ot Stark and state ot Ohio, to-wlt Oelng- 40
acres oS ot tho south side of the southeast iiusrter
ot section number 0, township uuuiher 17, range
Also CO acres oat ot the northern oonier of the
northevnt qn&rter ot section SO. township nud range
aroreaald. ttald last mentioned tract of Uod being
bounded as follows On tho eist by tbe section line,
on the south by state road leading from Minolta to
UobertSTllle, on the went by lands otJ.ttK. Kcker
mau, and on the north by lands first heroin descrlh.
ed. Bait two tracts of lard jointly containing 00
acres, mora or iwi. Appraised at t$U,42U0O.
Terms of oslo One-third cash on day of sale,onc
third lu one year, and one-third In two years from
day of sale; deferred payments to be secured by
mortgage on premises sold, and to hear Interest at
U per cent per annum front day of talo.
Trustee for beneat of creditors st
Mono A MeOARTY, Att'ys for Trustee.
October Bib, lBUl.-Hhw
Court ot Common Ploas, Stark County, Ohio,
John Btreb, Plaintiff, )
William Antony, Dgfendant. )
William Antmy, the above named defendant, will
take notlco that ou the sixth day of October, ltui,
John o. btreb. the plaintiff. In said court, duly com
menced n civil action against htm to recover ugalnst
him tbe sums otslity dollars, with Interest at the
rate or eignt psr cent per sunum, from January 1st,
1HH7. upon a promissory note made by said defend-
rate of eight psr cent per sunum, from January 1st,
joof, upuu a pruauuury note inmio uysaia aerena-
mrt Willi-... An.nn . InKnil U.nl. ...... M .
day ot January, 18H7, and which note was payable
la three months from the dts thereof also lathe
sum or seventy dollars and sovent,'-ceven cents,
with Interest at the rate of eight pet cent per an
uumtroiuyebrusryKCtb, ltfcu, on a certain prom
issory noto, datod ou said ustn day of February,
1HHO, and executed by said Wllllsm Antony to sahl
Jehu U, Btreb) alio la the further sum or orteeu
dollars, with Interest from December 4th, 1S-B, on
a oeituu promissory note executed by said Wllllsm
Antony to Valentine Ulbler, and by him endntsed u
this plaintiff. Bild note bearUg Intorwt at IM
per cent, and tn be duo and payable In two niunttt
after said fourth day of December, lXi.
And for said s uns and Interests the platntlU asks
Judgment against ssld Wllllsm Antony, ai maker ot
said promissory notes.
An order of attachment In said action haa hwn
duly Issued Sfcalnrt the property of said William
Bald William Antony Is required to answer the
BetlUon lusald action not later than six weeks aftor
ctoherBth, 16U1. tho date ot the tlrst publication
of this notice, or judgment will bo taken against
htm by default for raid rumi, with Interest and
WM. J. PiEUO AND T. V. TUKNKR,
oa lw Attorneys tor Plaintiff,
tas? w ? fsf 'V&- tjtaS' a
"Just fits the hand."
Lenox Soap lathers
freely in hard water.
Five cents a cake, (12 ounces,)
i BANNER LAMP
LARQ C8T i'l'M"1"'
IT COOTS MUCH
yet Is equal to
tbu moat CI-
nslvo for rjros-
tfcal purposes. Do
it ns rut orr with
ant oruBB. If yon can
not Ret them irom your
ucaier, white us.
Tho PIUME &ATW00D
& MFC CO,,
M Nsw York. Boston. Chleacc
flood nitvjd, Good Health.
1 nioo Aurchftf Is ttia utak PnrlftAF .
vTLBOvii, iiMwoQifl. unrct Hour, nmtlM,
t. . . .. . .- .... .. .. . .-'.v
I1Iam4 Ll.tli DnlrHiH
Cho niMtc Uiilsltt 0c rlttsttrrzfi. rs.
l&mW&RB of $500
Howe's I enc!i I csiaJc Pills are safe nud reliable;
contain Timy, Penn) royil and Coltonrcot. Ncvrr
fall. t'f7fri dniR, stores, or sot by rnil, tpcurely
sealed, for 61 00; at wholesalo of Strong, Cobb A
Co., Cleveland, Ohio, or
febCO I. N. HEED, Agent, Toledo, 0.
ifretr, 1 1 1 the ability to iuX. and Errsiftilly
til man Ii, lnSrc,iter l'owru This aUhty is oi
uincl thr-irh the cultivation of IlLiiaeu Princi
ples, o t uiht nt Eli.rus C'jiirti!, a b biol that
.luted uithoula cent, r.nd succcssfuih worked lis
uayimthroich its niorlts uluiip. b'M) bi). Ft.
ef 1 loor. i,r cf Ivindjonc't bchool Roem in Stat-
tnents. I our leading styles of "I n ewrltc utJ.
Daniel Ryin, bcc. of fatatc ci nmends our Prin. cf
horilianil in hiliMt terms. Hundreds of our (trad
aalcsenplojed. I.xtwascs low. Send for Ciruilirs
nd L'tajtlfulSrccliusa I'iXil.VIiSUII'.i. UEK.
VALMBLE FM FOR SALE,
Of 05 acres, sltuttod In Nlmlshlllou tjwnshlp, two
ana ono-half miles ncrthweBt of IjulsvIde and six
miles northeast or Canton, on tho road lending rrora
Canton to Uarrlsbtirg, aud nli on tho road leading
from Louisville to Net? Uerlln. Bald farm h&s
Kiglit Aoroa of Good Tlmbor Land
the remainder being tllla'jla and under a goo J aula
of cultlratton. Onsoldpremldoslsacood
Two-Story Frame Houso,
Also n good Rummer hone, wash house and wood
house. A OOOU HANK IIAltN, 4SxB0 teet, two
wagon sheds with corn crib In each, hog pen. otc.,
together with all othor out-bnlldlngs usually tennd
on a well arranged faim.
Two Good Wells on tho Farm and a
Never-Failing Spring at Home,
alio cistern, 'two orchards, one being a pecb or
chard, also au abundance of other fruit, such as
poars, plumn, cherries, grapes, Ac.
lho buildings and fences on the premises are In
excellent repair. Bald farm will bo soldao a part or
whole, and on very easy torms. for f urUior par
ticulars call on or oddresi
UEO. A. 1IEU7C,
11SN11Y W. HOSSLEIt, Masslllon, Ohio.
Canton Ohio. fobttf
GOOD FARM FOR SiLE
Of 131 acres, situated In Lake township, H mile
north of Center scuool houso and two miles out of
Unlontown aud two mllou west ot llartville. Said
farm has 16 ncreo of good timber, the remainder Is
In good state of cultivation On said farm is n good
two-story frame house, with 13 rooms, besides a
collar, kitchen and two good collars;- also a summer
houso and wood house combined; also a good spring
house, a good bank barn 40x100 ft., with wagon
shed nt each end, a hog pen, with wagon shed vilx
BO ft, two corn cribs, and all other uecsssaryout
buildings, all In good repair; two good weus and a
spring at their proper puce. On eald farm nrw two
orchards and a good crape garden. The fences aro
aU in good repair. This farm will be sold at a bar
gain. for further particulars call on the farm, or any
ot tho heirs ot Frank BcneeU, decewied,
HromnUinbolu, whose place of residence is un
known, will take notice, that Ooorge W. ltteder, as
Admlnlstrutor ot tbo estate of William Kleder, de
ceased, on tbe lUth day of September. 1B01, filed
his petition In tho Prohsto Oourt, within and for
the county ot Stark and state of Ohio, alledglng
that tho personal estate ot Raid docedant is Insun
cienttopay bis debt, und the charges of adminis
tering bis estate) that he died, seized In too simple
of certalu real estate In Pike township, Btark coun
ty, unto, nnu ueing uiieen ucioa or iuuu in vuo
southwest quarter of section light (0), township
nine (0), and range eight (B), nud being the same
premises purchased by eald William Kleder on Jnno
Und, 1801, from Prank and Linma Umholts; that
Elizabeth A. Itleder, as widow of said deccdant, is
entitled to dower In said preinlsos. The prayer of
stld petition is for the assignment of dower to said
widow, for a sale of said premises, subject to such
dower estate, for the payment of debts aud chnrgos
arorcsald, and ror all proper relief. Bald Emma
Uuibolts, as one ot the defendants lu said action, la
hereby notified that sho is required to answer the
same on or before tbe 81st day or October, UiOl.
UE011OK W. UIUDKlt,
Administrator as atoresald.
WBLTV fc TATLOB, Attorneys. sept7-LW
Stark County School Examiners' notice.
Canton Examinations will he held at Canton on
tho Orst Saturday ot each month, In the South Plum
street school building.
Alliance October 17tb, 1B01.
Minerva January 10th, 1802.
Navarre February mm, IB03.
Oanal i'ulton-Mrrch ltitb, 1B1K).
Alllanoa-Marcb Irtth. 1B03.
OEO. W. VOUE,
sepl-gy Clerk ol Hoard ot Examiners.
.A.. 331. IFTTTT,
Has Opened a Drng Store,
at 74 E. Tuscarawas St.,
Whero you can buy Drugs. Medicines, Stationery,
School Supplies, and havo your prescriptions rilled
tor much less money than you pay at other places.
Mr. Putt Is a Practical Druggist, has beeu In the
drug Dullness ao years. Just try him once and tee
bow much you will save. augao gy
Pittsburgh Female College
AND CONSKItVATOBY OP MlMO, Plttsbltrff,
Va, 'Si teachers. Unsurpassed udran
tacrca. Superior home comforts and caro.
satli yoar logins fjopt 1G, Send for catu
j ul23un Presldont A. II. Nouonoss.D.D.
T)EAi. E9TATK POR BALK In Jackson town
IX ship, Btark Co., Ohio, belonging to the A. Itra
ily heirs. Ouo firm, containing llo acres; one of
50 acres. Jloui farms have dwelling bouses and
bank barns, good water nnd orchards. Also hotel
Broperty, and a dwelling house, In the village of
ICDonaldsvllle, yor further particulars call on or
address W. 11. MKAUOIIEW.
eelO-dm Marcband, Ohio
3 HSfcj viMii-jn vvj
vsvvsm.ii.- .! rmo scj
Angnstus A. Herman
Wm, P. Soharlo tt at,
1 Order of isle.
( Partition, Btark county
) Common 1'leM Court.
I)y vlrtne of an order ot sale In partition Issued by
the clerk of the court of common pleas of Btark coun
ty, Ohio, In tho above action, and to me directed,
I will offer for imm public outcry, at the door ot
the Oourt House, lu the city of WnVm, on
Saturday, tho 31st day of October, 1891,
the following described real estate, to-wlt!
Situated In the towiuhlu of .lacksoii, couuty of
Ktark nnd Ntite ot onto, and being the west half of
the norttoist quarter of section Utl. In slid town
ship, containing BO acres; and also tho pan of the
cast half of said quarter section, in said township,
beginning at the northwest earner of said east half
quarter) thenco cast with the senlon line 10 chains,
i Mima wm pustin iaer.TerjinruroaQ tuencosoutn,
43 deg, west, 21 chains and M links along the center
of stld roal to a post In the west line of said hair
quarter) thence north with said west line IB chains
and S3 links to tho place of beginning, containing
ii.uuui.iiri.uu') nnu ivgauiur wiui paiu west
halt containing US acres.
Alio the following real estate, situated In said
county and State, and being part of the west half of
tho southwest quarter of section SI, township 11,
range D, In said county and State, and bounded by
boitinnlng at the southwest corner ot said half quar
ter; thence east 40 perches to a post! thence north
20 perches to a pssti thence west 40 perches to a
Cost; and thonro south 00 porches to the place er
eglnnlng, containing five acres of laud, more or
Alto the following ra! estate situated la the
county ot Btark, Stato ot Ohio, being part of tho
southeast quarter or section sa, township 11, range
t, and bounded, beginning 4 pcrchos, 7 links north,
3 dogrees east, from the southeast corner ot said
quarter section) thenco north, 48K degrees east, U
porcho", 1M llnkss thenco uurth, 4iM degrees east
10 perches, 4KUnkst thence south, a degrees west,
IB percnes to the place ot beginning, containing
twcuty-slx ono-bundredths of nn acre of land.
Appraised, 1st tract, at $0 100.00.
" 2nd and Brd tracts, ttsdi 00.
flile to commence at ono o'clock p. m. Terms,
One-tblirt cash 011 day er sale, one-thlrdlnoueyoar,
one-third In two years thereafter) tho deferred pay
ments to bear Interest from day of sale, nnd to bo
Becurod by mortgage upon tho promises sold.
0. A. KRlDKlt, BhcrlO.
Til ATEIl A U1&30N, Att'ys.
Jmrs J. Welkcr 1 Order ot Bsle,
vs. (Btnrk County Common
Clarlnae E. Mnys ot al.) Pleas Court.
lij virtue of an order ut sale, Issued by the
clerk of the court of common plow of Stark Co ,
Ohio, lu Uie above acUou, and to mo directed, 1 will
olfor fur sale at publln outcry at tbe door or
tbe couit house, in the city of Cantos, on
Saturday, tho 14th day of Nov., 1801r
Tno foUowln doecrtbed ltal estate, to-wlt-Blunted
in the township hi Bandy, county of Btark,
and stste ot Ohio, aud known as a part of the south
west quarter of section !T!, township 17, rango 7,
of tho aforesaid co inty and state, bounded and de
scribed n IoIIoms: Commencing at a white onk
tree standing near tho water spill on the bank of the
old bandy and Beaver ctnsl; thooco running north
west alone the cast bank of lho ehnnntl ioMm hv
tho water (rem said splU to Uiu south bank ot DIJ
Bandy croek to a stake: tsonco running wsstwardly
along the south bank of Illg bandy crick to a point
whero the lino or loads owned by James lloyd cross
(s said crsek; thenre rnnnlng oust wnrdly along eald
line of Jumss Uoyd'a lands to a point where Uie said
line intersects lllg faudy creuki thenoa running
southwardly to tho lino ot lands onco owned by Pot
omun Koontz, do:eased; thenro running wectwardly
along tho line ot said Koontt a lands to tho sonth
west corner ot said Koonta's lanis, thence rnnnlng
nlong tho bank or tho old Bandy aud Heaver canal
westwardly to the placo of bnglnnlngi leaving space
for a roadway between the water bf said canal aud
tho lino leading from the corner ot said IloontzM
lands to said wulta oak tree, the said grantee Is Blo
to have the prlvilego ot bridging sid canal at a
point opposito tho itrcstwblih i&sies thu property
ot John Itocd, provided that said bridge in noway
obstructs the painage ot tho water lu sold cnnnl.
Bald tract vf land containing four ncrce, mure or
Also the following trtct or ptrcel ot land altuatnd
lu bandy township. Stark county, Ohio, and known
nn part of the east lull of the nirtbncst nuntter of
section 22, rauge 7 and township 17, and b:tug tho
part or said tract of 1'id which lies south of tho
south bank or lllg bnndr creek, and supposed to
contain about tno acres of land, lnoro or less.
A lio thu follow Ing tract or parcel of land situated
In Bandy township Ht.itk county, Ohio, and knowu
as part of the souUinrnt qnsrtoi ot section !W.
township 17 range 7, and bounded and described ss
follow Commencing at a slako north 'JJ vv, three
cLalns aud UB linns from the northwest corner of
lotlOU In the town ot Wnynesbuigb, onthcsldtof
Canal strettt thence north, SV3 K. U chains ami B4
links, thence uort, 77 K. seven chains, theme south
i-l ITsix chains nud thirty lints, thenco south, 20
W. threo chain' and Ilfty links, theno south bl W
lt chains to the place of beginning, containing
seven and 4B 1U0 acres, more or 1ms.
bald mortgage waarecorded ou tho B3rl dif of
August, lbB7, luvol, BUS, pg HI, ut tho btnrlt
county Morti-agallecord. and first al!d and sub
sisting Hen 0:1 sahl promise.!.
Apprshed, nttract,AtttiO UO.
" Pnd " HO 00
Brd " 17D.0O.
Bale to commence at u(ie o'cloct p. m. Terms
0. A. KHIDEli,SherllT,
J. I llonn, Att'y
Ell Adler'ot al.
Order of SuJe
Stark County Common
Uy vlrtuo ot an nrdor of sals Issued by the clerk
of the couit ot common pleas ot btark county, Ohio,
In the above action, and to mo directed, I will otter
tor sale at public outcry, at tho door ot the court
house, In the city ot Canton, on
Saturday, the 31st day of October, 1801,
the following described real estate to-wlt: bltu
aledln the city or Canton, county ot btark and
Stato of Ohio, and known as let number fourteen
hundred (1100) In said city; exccpUng therefrom
fifty (00) teut oir tho cost end ef satd lot.
Appraised at 81, BOO.
Bale ts commence at one o'clock p. m. Terms
O. A. KniDER, Hberttr.
J. U HoinwilLL, Att'y.
Eebwca Klnger, John Dinger, Mary KrtrhhAum,
Harriet Ilomclg, Mallnda Iltuger, Cornelius ltlugor,
Leah rorcbcraudjicobltlnger. who resldo at and
near Plymouth, Marshal! county, htate ot Indiana;
Oarrle M, liarneller and John W, Btnck, wh" reside
ut Mutton, state ot Indiana; Hoary E. Btuek. Hi
ram E. Stuck, Charles L. stuck and Anna S. btuck,
who resldo at il Ibard, Btato of Indiana, will tako
notice that Vrant Domlne, as guardUn of Edlih P.
Felger, on the 2Eth day or Snttnlr. A.I). 1B01,
Sled bis petition In tho Cturt or Common Pleas ot
Btark conuty, Ohio, ugalast tbe above named pat
ties and othor, praying for tbe partition ol toe ol
loTIng real estate, situated in the county of Stark,
and State ot Oblo, aud described as follows-
Part of the southwest quarter of section II, of
township IB, rano7j beginning for tho satna at tho
northwest corner of said southwest quarter; thenco
south 11.04 chains to a point In the section line;
theno east, BOdegreee west, 0 70-100 chains to a
point; thenco north 11. ) chains to,a point lu quar
ter line; thenco west 0.7S chains to tho beginning,
to contain 7 BU-100 acres. Also one oUicr parcel of
laud-Part ot the northwest quarter ot ssld section
14 township and range as above; beginning for the
some at the southwest corner ot said northwest
quarter; thence eart 0.75 chains to point In quarter
line; thence north 7 chains to a point; thence west
8.76 chains to point in section line; thenco south
with section line 7 chains to the beginning, to con
tain 47-J-100 acres. Also ouo othor parcel ot land
part of tho northeast quarter ot suction fifteen (10),
township and range as above, said to cantulu eight
acres, aud bounded as follows: Beginning for the
same at tho south toot corner of said northeast quar
ter; Uieuce north In tbe section line 10 83 chains to
point; thence west 7.61 chains to point, Uionco
sooth 10 OQ chains tt point; Uionco oast 7 tit chains
to point and place of Winning. Tho whole prem
ises beroby conveyed said to contain twenty and
MS-100 acres; except private road on west lino or
flrtt described tract, but grantees to pay tax ot said
All ot the above land belonged to El Ira he th lllng
er, deceased, ot said county.
Said above named parties are required to answer
on or before the SBtb day ot November, A. D, 1U01,
or Judgment may he taken against them.
OAbE, SIONNOX ft WUITAOIW,
octl. Lw Att'ys for Plaintiff.
Fanny Wents, who resides at Onrnttt, In the Stato
of Kansas, will tako notice that Jacob Itagey. aa ad
ministrator ot the eitate ot Polly Hnydsrdecoasod,
on the l'Bth day of September, IbOl, filed his petition
In the Probate Oonrt of Stark count, Ohio, alleging
that tho personal estate of said decedent la Insula
cieut to pay herdobts and the charges of adminis
tering hor Mtttej that she died seised la feeslmplo
ot tbe following described real estato, to-wlti
Delng parts of the northeast and northwoot quar
ters of section tlilrty-llvo (BO), township nineteen
(Nlmlsblllen), range 7 biglnnlng nt thenorthwtst
corner of the northeast quarter; and running theneo
with the comity road south, three and one-quarter
degrees west, rour chains and ulnoty-seven links to
a stone lu said road) thence eastwardly and parallel
with the north boundary of said northeast quartsr
forty chains and twenty-three links to a stone on
the eastern boundary of said quarter) thenoe with
It northwardly four chains and ninety-seven links
to tho northeast corner of said quarter; tbeuoe
westwardly with tho north boundary forty chains
and seventeen links to the place of beginning, and
containing twenty acres of land, more or less.
Tbo prayer of tho petition Is, that tbe said prop
erty may be sold to nay tbe debts and charges of
administering the estate.
Raid Fanny Weutx is hereby notified that eh has
beon made part defendant to said petition, and that
sho Is required to answer the aarae on or before the
ruth day ot November, A. D. 1B91,
Jacob Kagey, administrator of the estato of Polly
Snyder, deceased, Uy his attorneys,
octl-LW OASK, MONNOT & WiHTACIlE.
E. 0. Uall, hut, ) Jiefore U. K. Wettacb. J.
CiteNeruey.Dett. Bta'rk&y. SSS1
OathoIOth day of September, A. D. 1801, eald
Justice Issued an order ot attachment, In the above
action, for tbe sum ot flBOO. Bald action willbe
for hearing on November Uod, I8ai, at B o'clock a.tn ,
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