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DEMOCRATIC NORTHWEST, NAPOLEON, O., APRIL 26, 1894.
1894 APEH. 1894
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V CoUaetlaa af Xntartiav Items an TmiU
era Subjecta, ZapaeiaJly Frspaxad Tow
fhm Hart Iwdir,
Th staaroar Arawa Arrived from .Aus
tralia and Hawaii Sh brings no new to
add to report recently received.
The Delaware peach nop baa been killed
by the recent sold soap.
The lookout of the Chicago building
tradeaproTed a failure. Not mora than
tOO out of 80,000 men were affected.
As a meant of attracting attention to the
Interstate fair, to be held at Tacoma, th
managers are in correspondenca with ex
Qeea Lilluokalanl with a riew of securing
her presence as a drawing card.
Everybody in Indianapolis must be vao
einated. I (The Princess of Wales ha been pro
nounced harmlessly insane.
Ona hundred and twenty -six new cases
of smallpox was the record in Chicago for
The strikers on the Great Northern rail
road permit nothing to go through except
the mails. Th strike was ordered by the
American Railway anion, and is being
more actively antagonized by the railroad
cm ploy es' brotherhoods than by the railroad
company itself. HanaUy a wheal is turning
or a telegraph Instrument ttnUng over
s,000 miles of line;
Crlaaos assd Casualtlaa.
At BarboursvUla, Ky., Folios Judge S.
A. D. Jones asd Marshal James Bowman
have been indicted for th murder of young
William Reader Jan. 2a
Many families of th striking minora at
Chestnut Ridge, Pa., are starving, for
the past month they have been recurving
aid from the farmers of southern Mercer
county, but new th latter refuse so aid
them further 'because tley think the men
should aooeptth reduction and return to
Thpeopleof Gates ville, Tex, an terri
bly wrought up over the lynching of Ed
Cash, who aras hanged to tree in the
presence of his wife. Th murdann or
A natural gas explosion at McKaesport,
Pa., wrecked the home of William Mal
aeed. Mas. Malseed and her IS .year-old
daughtos, Jffla, are fatally bunssd L
Eon. W. W. Potter, ex-ambassador to
Italy, and Mrs. Potter, hare auived la
Th opposition to the renonOnation of
"Objector" Holman to congress is rapidly
dissolving, ma nomination Is mow practi
Senator Hill's frlenii; sar Ua.oreat am
bition is to again be governor of the Empire
Colonel Breckinridge has declared his
intention to make the rac for congress
no matter what th decision may be in
miss rouaru's case.
' By the retirement of Rear Admiral Ben.
ham, Commodore Ramsey became a rear
admiral. Ha has been for th .past five
years chief of the navigation bureau of the
Chauncey M. Depew has announced him.
elf as a candidate for presidential honors
The Evil Eye In Nicaragua,
It is a prevailing belief among the
Inhabitants of most of the Central
American republics, especially the In
dians and "Low Spaniards" of Nicara
gua, that after a person has been ex
posed to the Sun or is from any oanso
agitated or fatigued a glance from the
eye of such a person will oause sickness
or death in the one upon whom it falls.
The notion seems to be that the poison
ous animal heat escapes through the
eyes, and that its effect is especially
blighting to young infants and children
who may be exposed to its balefnl influ
ence. The Spaniards as well as the na
tive Indians of the countries mentioned
speak of the "evil eye" as "ojo caHente, "
or "heated eye," and they hold it in
such dread that small children are al
ways sent away and babies covered with
a cloth when any one approaches who
is known to be extremely tired ox over
heated. Besides the above, they also be
lieve that intoxicated persons have the
power of the "evil eye" abnormally de
veloped. They are taught from childhood
that a person possessed with an "evil
eye" or "ojo oaliente," can "wither
with a look or break bones with a wish. "
Nearly all the children of those coun
tries wear charms made of alligators'
teeth and oorala as a protection. St
Mr. Abner Jennings was never known
' to say a harsh thing to or about any
one. His form of speech was invariably
mild, and exaggerated statements wen
viewed by htm as almost as reprehensi
ble as lies. Once, in the spring of the
year, when the Blneville roads were in
a fearful condition of mud andmixe, th
team of a "traveling merchant" was
stalled a short .distance from Mr. Jen
nings' house. The old man at ones
brought out bis oxen and went to th
The team could not be instantly re
leased even with the aid of the yoke of
oxen, and the peddler, who was a man
of high temper and little self control,
proceeded o vent his rage in language
which first amaeed and then disgusted
the equable Mr. Jennings. Ho bore it
as long as he thonghtwas necessary and
proper and then unhitched his oxen and
went oalmly home.
1 "I went to try to help him, " ha ex
plained to his wife as he walked into
the kitchen on his return, "but he talked
so poorly that I oame off and left him. M
One day he caught some boys robbing
his black cherry tree and surveyed them
for some moments in speechless disap
probation. "Boys, " he said at last, giv
ing the culprits the sternest glanoe of
Which he was capable, "boys, I think
, you've been doing very poorly 1" -After
administering that stinging re
buke ho turned on his heels and walk,
ed slowly away to the barn and never
referred to the matter again. Tooth's
When Baby was sick, we gave her Caetorta. .
When she wasa Child, she cried for Castorisv
When the became Hiss, she clung to Caatoria.
When she had CnOdren, she gave them Castorla
Job Printing Department!
Is prepared to turn out on short notice all classes of
commercial printing. Work guaranteed firstclass In
every respect. If you are in need of some .....
Note Heads, Letter Heads, Skipping Tags,
Statements, Business Cards, Calling Cards,
Bill Heads,, Dodgers, Hangers,
Envelopes, Tickets, ' Sale Bills.
CaBat the Northwest offiee, leave your order and we
wiH-do the rest. New Type,
tent Workmen. CALL AND SEE US.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
The Best Shoes
W. L. DOUCLA9 Shoes are
atislaction at the prices advertised than an
Ml U1 H 83.60
ft ft 3k,V 82
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vinced, ine stamping or. w. JKougias' name and price on the bottom, which
guarantees their value, saves thousands of dollar annnnllv. tn thu hn w.r them.
Dealers who push the sale of W. I,. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to
increase the sales on their full line of goods. Tlinv itn alford la Mil aa a Imi vmflt.
Md me txllers yon ean save maney by baytag- all your footwear af tb dealar advav.
Baa seraw. vasaiogii m uva svpueaaen. w. a JDOUQbASt sraeasan, Haas.
- - .
Htave sold to eoamers for l year.,
saving" them tbe Casler'a praflt. we are the
los selling: veaioieii sna
with prlTUeite to examine before any moner Is
aid. We parfrelgbtbotk wsyslt not Bsilsfno
irr. Warrant for 3 resra. Why pay an agenttlO
to 60 to order for yon? Write your own order.
Boxing free. We tata all risk of damage la
shipping. WHOtMMJr. s)R0U.
Sprlna; Wagons, S3I to SSO. Guaranteed
sameaaMlitorsutoMa. 8urreya, SSStoSIOt)
aam. aa sell for 1100 to liao. Top Buggies,
to SIOO. Farm Wagon. WaKonettea.
Milk Wasone, Delivery Wagons and Road
Carta, aicroun tea axil, noias a cmuisiuu
Ho. IT. BnrreyHsraeta.
No. imi. op Bogsr. , ,
' - - Ko. 1, Farm
Ko.a.jsxmvTmoa. Adowss W. B. PRATT, Sec'y, ELKHART, IND.
There are Dead Men no Doubt! I
Everybody knows it still the
Wfc s- H JKk nB 'Hi H
larire assortment of Spring piece goods and
Henry Meyer s Clothing House. . To everv
Woman and child in Henry county, I will offer my entire stock of Clothing
at a very low margin. So humbug, I mean what I say.
, At o place can
northwestern Ohio where goods are going so cheap. Come in and be
, convinced. Remember these goods are not
took, but fresh, honest poods whloh will be sold as low as any other
clothing house outside the large cities.
Fast Fr eases and compe
17. L. DOUGLAS
and S3.50 Dress Shoe.
Police Shoe, 3 Soles.
50, $2 for Workingmen.
and 1.75 for Boys.
LADIES AND MISSES,
S3, 2.60 82, $1.76
CATJTION If any dealer
offers joa W. t. Doaela
shoes at a rednoed nrica.
r mmjuun nas tnera witn
ess we name stamped
snuuie Donam. pat mm
stylish, casr fittine-. and tnre better
other make. Try one pair and be con
MAT. REISER Jr.
and I1ARKESS JFG. CO)
Mo. 727, Boad Wagon..
. sfllinrrissi -tlTTjaaj
auDXIlS SAVDKiES aad WIx flKTS. Elkhart Bloyelo, Mln.wheels,
S MtHrt . for null wlia ardm, Sni 4. la piraumatlo Urea, weldltwa
ataaisa to tar portnue an US-tag aauaosua. steal tubing, drop forslnga.
other day there wa r!
sH nv-saOl aMsVRa
ready-made goods, received at
. - - OHIO.
ODDS AND ENDS.
In Japan you buy a dress by the weight
Minnesota Is fourth in wheat, eighth in
Vermont la fourth in copper and seventh
Wornout billiard balls are usually out
up into dloe.
To dread no eye and to suspect no tongue
are the great prerogatives of innocence.
Arizona Is fifth in silver, eighth in sheep
and live stock and ninth in gold product.
The first factory for the manufacture of
white glass for houses was established in
Kentucky is first In tobacco, fourth In
whisky, sixth in hogs, eighth in rye and
The following la the motto of a Boston
daily, "With a mission and without a
The four equal arms of tbe Greek cross
symbolize the gospol preached In the four
quarters of the world..
There is only one real failure in Ufo pos
sible, and that is not to be true to the best
one knows. Canon Farrar.
The famous Cold Wind cave is In Korea.
It is a cavern of largo slxe, from which it
is said a "wintry wind perpetually blows. "
The city of San Salvador, capital of the
South Amoz-can republic of the same
name, is called the Swinging Mat, on ac
count of its numerous earthquakes.
North Carolina catches every year 108,
000 barrels of fish and produces $3,000, 000
of gold and two-thirds of the turpentine
and rosin, pitch and tax produced In this
The sweet potato is supposed to be an
American plant, but Is now cultivabod all
over the tropical world. It is a loading
article of dlot in the center of the dork
The tallow tree Is aa odd product of
China. Its fruit is in dusters of three
nuts oaoh, the atones being surrounded by
a substance very much Uko tallow. The
Chinese melt it, mix a Utlte oil with It to
give it greater softness and use it for mak
' Several of the South sea Islands have a
species of mulberry tree from which oloth
is made. The bark is stripped off and
macerated in water, the inner fibers are
taken and manufactured into a very soft,
pliable cloth; much resembling thick,
coarse, oiled paper. It la used for clothing.
The tourist on his tour is .among us, and
Included In the number are many refined
and cultivated Americans of the sort one
is glad to have here as peripatetic exhibits
of the civilization of the northern republic.
But as on tha"ctntinong" there are tour
ists and tourists, so here one encounters
some rare and entertaining "specimens. "
In an interior city a week ago I met at
a little hotel an American traveling for
bis health who spent his time endeavor
ing to economize his cash. He passed two
hours one night devising how he -might
walk to the station at lam, and so save
10 cents car fare. Ho was a great big econ
omizer and had digested "Poor Richard's
Almapao." A penny saved was'a penny
earned. That his hotel did not furnish
him with matches worried this poor Rich
ard. Three cents out of a dollar that he
had given a waiter to got him a. box of
matches completely unstrung him, and his
nerves became entangled like telephone
wires in the line gale. He talked te me
sadly and in a deep, husky voice for 15
minutes regarding this abuse. Then he,
had a row with the waiter, and how it
would have resulted I do not know had I
not informed him that the waiter in ques
tion was tho man who was to coll him at
8:30 to catch his train, and that possibly
the waiter might purposely oversleep him
self. "Another day in this hotel which does
not furnish matches?" he cried. "I can
not stand that!" I hinted that a dime
given then and there to the waiter might
serve as a winding up of his Internal alarm
clock, but my poor Richard did not see It
This man, who missed all the charming
sights of a very interesting city because he
used up his time in discussing petty
chorees, is a type of a sort of man who
should never travel. Ho looked frank and
honest, but he was "eras ez the bark to a
tree. " Boston Herald.'1
Sight Tons For Three Hones.
The great establishments have set a
standard of good and humane treatment
by whioh the London horse has greatly
benefited. Better and larger stables, good
food and litter and steady work, with
regular days of rest; have lengthened the
life and improved the physique of the
London horse. A good brewer's horse,
standing 17. 3, was weighed by Mr. Gor
don and tipped the beam at just over
the ton. The driver weighed 20 stone lit
pounds! The .van, fully loaded, 6 tons
15 hundredweight, to which most be
Added the harness, making a total with
the driver of nearly eight tons.
Three horses draw the whole, and it
was stated' that, on the average, three
horses now do the work which, four did
20 years ago., : The vans have improved,
the roads have improved, and the horses
have improved, especially the horses.
London Spectator. . i
T.F. Anthony, Ex-Postmaster of Promise
City, Iowa, snvst "I bongbt on bot
tle of 'Mystf Cora' for Rheumatism and
twa doses of it did me more good than all
the mecltoine I ever took." Hold by D. J.
Humphrey, Druggist, Napoleon.
i nov 16 98 8m
UKRTlia PASStlURS UAYf
No, 45, Toledo Bt LoaU Ex... a. m
M 1 41, Xanax, Oily Ixll:M a. m
" til, " A DcSauce Kx B:57 p. m
" 4S, 8t.L0Dl.Hx- :l p.m.
" til, " a Ft. Warn Local, f : s.B
Ho. 42, St. Louis a Toledo lx ( M s. at
t ts. Deflaneo Toledo Ex 7:05 a.m.
" 1 48, Kansas City k Toledo Ex.... 1:14 p. m.
44, Bt Loots Toledo Ex.... 8:M p. ss,
" t 70. Ft. Wa;ne Toledo Local.... It :19 p. .
I Daily except Sunday. Dally.
C. M.BRYANT, Agrnt
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
WIN EFFECT JANUARY 14th, l894.-a
Lt. Man afield.,
t 6 10
" . Zanesrllle...
" Washington .
" Now York ..
Local Train for all nolrts no to and Including
Walkerton leavoa Chicago at 5.35 pm daily.
Local Train fer Oamurldiia and Intermediate
atatlona luarea Colnmbua at 4.10 pm dally except
STATIONS. , 5 ft 1118 ,.
' 105 kfl 10
omutmn ah nc aw tu
Lr. BuSauoe-.... 4 00 IS 7 00 11 00 1 18
Ar. Chloago. 1 40 11 65 ...... 6 40 7 SO
Train for Chtoaco and intermedlata elation.
leave Walkerton at 8.05 s m dally .
Plllabnrg and Chloago, Tralna Has. 5. A, 14 A IS,
Ohleaeo. Cleveland and Ptttahnn. Traina Nna.
14 and 18.
Chloiflo, Baltimore and New Tork. Train Nob.
5, 0, 7 and 8.
Pittabunr and Cincinnati, Trains Nos. 108, 108,
10) and 104.
Traina run dailv. ISIod on alanal. Dllv ex
HVrt rm4t,a Infmm.Mna nail An ID J. , rP...l
Agent, or addreaa L, 8. Allien, Aeaietant General
Pe aaenRer Agent, Chicago.
BOBT. B. CAMPBELL.
0. O. SCULL,
CIHCINKAT1.HAMI1J0H &DAYT0N R.R.
ONLY ONE HI6HT OUT!
The quickest time ever made to " CI
Florida, or Uew Orleans
C. H. & D. R. R.,
From TOLEDO or DETROIT.
- For rates addreaa,
D. B. TBACY, Northern Paaa. Agt.,
1 M Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Mich'
JOHN BESTABLB, Diet. Pane. Agt.,
8 Bridge St., Toledo. Ohio.
B O. EDWABDH, Geu. Pane. Agt,
Clrst Claas Night and Day Serrioe betweei
FREE CHAIR CARS
DAY TBAllW-MODEBH EQUffMEHT THtfWBtgiT.
VESTIBULED SLEEPING CARS
Hf MEALS SERVED EH ROUTE, mt W, DA)
'H MUHT, at modirau cot.
sk for tickeU lit Totedo, SUouit k bntuClty (L H
Clover Hat Route.
Fop farther partlenlara, ft all on nearest
tfent of tha Company, or address
O. O. JENKINS.
. 8naaialPaMisr Aataty
V TOLEDO. OHIC
sirtiefc. RiiitufiTVtrrrtinrr. Tbt
RtiptH mh Wmktr. WMh l ih
Wht for (atmUr In ouu mloniss
ftuh, rluatw ud drlt iha
viibont wtiiD8t iti hftndtv. Yoi
puiti ttii buitout tbe mMbi !
the rri lirinht. polUlwl dtihM,
Mill cbtvrful w1f. No waUled
'N- brnkMi rtUlm, no ibhm. Chep,
IT. P. HARRISON. ft CO.. Ha . UlnMlimt 4k
Wanted Agents ,SSj
will derate their whole time tosollctllngforNup
err Stook. Permanent paying poaitlona for huat
lera. Onstom,ra get what they order and the bee!
analltT. ' AddrfllW. Mt. Hnnn HnrMriu mrt.,
oomplete on this continent.) .
Ellwanner L Barrv. Prnnrlnlnrs.
msriS-Bt Uochaster, N. X.
Wisconsin raises ercry year 1105,000,000
worth at tana products. The oat erop is
48,000,000 bnahrla; oorm. 88,000,000;
wheat, 81,000,000; barley, 18,000,000. Th
live stock Is Talaed at $80.000,coa Over
10,000 square miles ar underlaid by min
Geologists And that the Junlcta river, by
season of it course and tall, affords a won
derfully comprehensive view of the geolog
ical formations through which lt How.
To follow Its course with tho hammer Is to
obtain geological samples to bo obtained so
asil aildd In no other way.
A Woman Without a Fad.
"lam a woman without a fad. I do not
go tn for any particular lino of thought,
philosophy, political economy or law. My
strongest leaning is towardWthematios,
but my reading is broad and covers sub
jects of general interest," said Mrs. W. T.
Holmuth, tho now president of Sorosls.
Asked If her idoas of women's rights
oomprohendod trousers, Mrs. Holmuth an
swered with a very mphatio"No, indeed.
I do not believe in women unscxing them
selves In any way. Thoy are far stronger,
bettor and more attractive when thoy an
contented to bo Just what they are intend
ed to bo womanly. I don't think trou
sers would be as conducive to this as their
petticoats. Ton know but perhaps yon
do not I am a .temperance woman tem
peranoa in tho narrowest and most com
prehensive moaning of the word. I believe
in temperance, not only in the sen bo of
total abstinence from liquor, but in the
tomperapoo of moderation in all things.
To be emancipated from their pottiooats
and given trousers would bo a little too
extreme. I am quite contented with skirts.
"But," she added, "I believe women
should vote. I think thoy are undoubtedly
the equals of men in every way, and, this
being so, I see no reason why thoy should
not enjoy ovary privilego acoordod the lat
ter." Mrs. Holmuth Is certainly any man's
equal a woman of high montal attain
ments, culture and refinement, and one
who has a comprehensive and well bal
anced mind. She is aja accomplished musi
cian, a fine linguist, and the artlstio tem
perament Is highly devoloped In her.
Sho Is a woman of strong purpose and
determination, who has the oouragsof her
oonviotions. Onoe assured of tho proper
oourso of action, she will follow it at any
cost. She Is a small woman, with an end
less amount of energy. She is lnollnod to
be stout, has silver gray hair and a face
beaming with kindness. Interview in
New York Journal.
Frofossor Smlllle, who for 84 years has
had chargo of the government department
Of photography, is blessed with one of
those uncanny Scotch wits that would
make a fortune In the eomio Journal line.
Speaking of the strange fondness of some
men for hearing their own voices, Mr.
Smlllle says: "I once knew a man a good
man he was, too, only he would looturo.
He'd glvB up anything to lecture. He'd
forfeit a large salary for a year at any time
for the sake of delivering holt a dozen un
"Well, one night his stereoptioon man
got something in the lantern that didn't
belong there. Tha slide represented some
insignificant oroatures that didn't have
any connection with the subject. Tho pro
fessor, in th rapture of his lecture, failed
to recognize them at once, but turned and
looked at tha sheet, pointing moanwhlle
with his long staff. 'These are the those
are th-e-e these are the' he began, in
absentmindod hesitancy but tliestoroopti
eon man had discovered that the pictures
Wore not rluhfc. so ha nullmi thnm m,f.
while tho doctor, thankful for the man's
snougntiuinoss, turned to th audience and
filled In the spaco with a few profound re
marks. A new picture slid Into place, and
with Joyful tone tho lecturer turned about
with his pointing rod, saying, 'Those ore'
then he looked th undurs track, but only
for an lnfltnnii. Vtia mnit nnaanasfnn num.
to his aid, and in on Impressive tone the
leoturer pointed tho rod directly at the
small insects which hod "somehow appear
ed attain and onnonniwd. 'Anil thaaa
some mors of the same sort'" Kate
Could 3fot Kill the Hope.
Mr. W. H. Hudson, writing of animal
life on tho groat South American pampas,
whero thoro are many kinds of snakes,
both venomous and nonvenomous, says
that their enemies arc legion. But perhaps
tho most notable of snake killers is the
large lizard known as the iguana. Tho
iguana is no mean adversary, as may be
Judged from tho fact that dogs whioh at
tack one sometimes oomooS with a broken
log. Tho lizard does not wait for the snake
to take the offensive, but goes swiftly in
pursuit, and being very rapid In Its mo
tions seldom has any difficulty in over
taking its victim, which it dispatches by
blows of its powerful toll.
A friend of Mr. Hudson was out riding
after his catt'i. His lasso was attached to
the saddle, and the end trailed along the
ground after him. A big iguana lay in
the sun apparently asleep. It paid no at
tention to tho horso as it passed, but the
next Instant it raised its head and fixed its
attention on the 40 feet of lasso slowly
trailing by. Suddenly lt ruBhed after the
rope and dealt lt a succession of violent
blows with its tail.. Whon the whole of
the lasso, several yards of which had been
pounded in vain, hadlbeen dragged by, the
lizard, with uplifted head, continued gaz
ing after it with the greatest astonishment.
Never before hod such a wonderful snake
doesed its path. Youth's Companion.
The Rothschild Influence
The accession of Lord Rosebery to the
premiership of tho British empire increases
the prestige of tho famous banking house
of Bothschild. Lord Rasouuy has been
Identified with the latter ever since his
marriage with Miss Hannah Bothschild.
She bequeathed to him her vast fortune
when she died, but it remains in the hands
of the Bothschild firm. Not a dinnerparty
does he give but that one of the Boths
ahilds is present, and bis political power
and social prestige are increased a hun
dredfold by the knowledge thai he has at
his buck tho inexhaustible resources of tho
Rothschilds, who control the finances of
nearly every continental country. At Paris
they have one of thoir coreligionists and
odhorente, M. Baynal, who is minister of
the interior and possessed of the' most ex
tonsivo exocutive power in France. In
Italy it is one of their race again, Slgnor
Sonnino, who is minister of the treas
ury. At Vienna and at Pesth thoir word
is law at tho ministry of finance. At Bras-,
sels King Leopold does nothing without
nonsuiting M. Lambert, tho son-in-law
and representative of Baron Alphonse
Bothschild, while In Portugal and Spain
tho treasury is bankrupt, and there Is no
Jow at tho head of affairs. San Francisco
At a council meeting in the town of
Sunderland a well known alderman as
tonished the meeting by saying, "Gen
tlemen, we have been sending our luna
tics to Sedgefield asylum for a long time
Bow, and it has cost us a great sum of
money, bat I am glad to make the state
ment that we have now built an asylum
for ourselves." Durham (England)
Chronicle. " .
' ' Sedan Chairs,.
Sedan chairs are one of the latest in
novations in the modern drawing room.
They are. made of wickerwork, lined
with some pretty color, and are not so
large as the original which suggested
them,, but more resemble the prosaic
gigtop. Philadelphia Call,
Walter 3. Inane at aL
Hry County Coart Commoa Plraa.
Can So. ett),. Alias Order af 8a.
IX punaaacaofaaardeTkMaed from the Court
uf Oaeaami Pleae wnhla au4 foe lae aoooiy f
Ueary and Stale af Ohio, aiada at tbe Jannarr
- . ... ion, w m irnra, a will
onerforaeleaipnblleaaoUoaat tba door af tba
aiuthiHM.i.ih.iM.. i .
w www w. m ivinu, UB
Saturtfay. Mav 19th. A. D.. 1894.
Iriw'! Pm- X. tba follawln- 4V
1 ' uooa'anraiaaoitio
ttatd premleee haa been appraleed at Sfwo.i and
cannot aril forlaea thaa twu-uurda of aaid itmr.lee
E. E. DECKER.
herliTaf R.nn. ni.
Klmer A. Palmer, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Administrator's Sale ol Real Estate
IN on nuance of an order of tha Pmbete Peart of
Henry eountr. Ohio. I will
Saturday, the 28th davnfAnrll isu
S,l!,,fCP' m,' rt !h "0"h 'of theOonrt
to XZS"L", ""l"' B-anr. th.
....... ,0110810 in IQe OOUU-
ty of nenrr and State i-f Ohio, io-wif
-?r.?orth'tanrtero"h northoa.t qnarter
Ol arM,,l 11)11 IVMirV-ima iQI t L -
leaa t. "JotaioiDg 40 acrea man
Appraiaea u rVO
AIM thai ntldlvlrtawt aa. aL . . . .
tba par, lv?rZJZ2l
ToriTI nt aaavlta fHat t.l l -
of aale, with lntfirat; tho deferred pavmu (o be
aecorad hv mortem fr nn th. . i-.i . . " w
a. a-n- was auu airii! isarfa mnm.
dewaeed. 8 OI au,au llitchins.
M. Kiinpp, attorney for plaintiff.
March 8th, 18S. M
THR unknown hrlre and drTt.ee. of Wood want
!tad day of March, 1894, William D. Jobneon fllwl
II rhfa 4'nnr nt 4'AMan. rtl rr . .
la n tho actual poMeeaioo of tha following de-
' -.'-o ... omrj CUl IJIV, uniO.
to-wit: The nortnweet fractional quarter (!
... - i u . , tu tuwu.uip aix io nortn.
range ave 5) oaat, containing one hundred and ten.
annul If l.nrf mnpb 1
oaia donneon rnrtner eaye that he and the grant-
HI.. InriM hnM h. A ...... . 1. . . . .
, . .. . . . UITUa a.iu uuiub win premiers,
nave bean In the open, eontlnuone, undlrpnted
endadroreepoamaslonof aaid premlaea for the
Srrlodof twenty-flre year last paat; and that aalct
-H.r- u.u.u. nu saaa aim iuitir9P. m Mm
premlaei Klvrm to Mid plaintiff', rich, the ex-
to aid plaintiff.
Ratlin TiaUIHflM 1MM .(..a. t .a .
ed the owp.r in feu ttmptsof Mid premlBM t n 4
..warn. ... V HMUI Ul U MMIV lOOrRlD OI IDO 9W d
rffnnaar tm hv rmmmnn nf . nl. . . .
for all relief to which. ddou the facti of the case, hm
my ha entitled tn law or equity.
The dofendanta are w quired to ntmn In aaid
caw by the aoih day of afaj, 18W, or judgment
will be taken and fti)tnrwi 7a.nia it.AM H
m . WILLIAM D. JOHNSON.
By T. A . Conway, his Attorney. mcjlo-i
MABI A.HaUsnd Oeorge Halt, her hneband-,
mildlng at Huntington in tba Htatc of lodl.
iana,Oharlea Karat, Barab A. Karat, Matilda Karat,
' " ,. . iu x-eierr. aarec. re-
.IHInu .1 Mkrllmh.... I.. .1 u.. . . . ' ...
." , " tit tnuinna, will
Uko notice tbaton tbo let day of March, A. D. 161)4,
.;v nor pnuuon in tne uoun
nil i !S . .ni;;,in inn mate or
Ohio, In ease No, al(H, agalnat the above named
miUM n r H ntliwa hmvI.im .1 . .
-, , , v, j , .w it.aiKninent oe
dower and partltlou of tha followica deaurlbedi
real estate towit:
The auiith weet qnarter fJOof if,, norlh eaat.
quarter s-id the aonth-eaet quarter (k) of tha
north went qnarter () of aection thirty-three (38).
town thnu, IHI n...ih ... l . tt V ''
ooonty, Ohio. '
aieo a piece or mo neginmna at a atone at tha
ouin e at corner of the aonth-weet qnarter of tee-Mntb-wret
qnarter of aeotloa twenty-tlght (lisk
town three (3) north, range aix fl) eaat, in Hennr
oounty, Ohio, rnnnlng tbence wear aoout MS fert
r. It... ).. .. mi... . . -
llon to Pleaeant Bend. Henry county, Ohio, tbence
north along the at line nfeald Clinton atroet to.
the Hcht-of way of tho Toledo, Bt . Louie and Kan
eaa City Railroad, thence lo a northeaetcrly direc
tion along tbe eaat aide of eaid rlchKif-way of aaid:
(tAilrnttit ,A lha .-, llnu . . .1 . . .
- 4-iri aiurnuu, ineooe eaat
to tho norlheaat corner thereof, thence eoulh to lha
place of beginning, containing 17.01 acrca of land
morn or 1 p.m.
lfl,nflhaumlliw.. .f . . ..
,llA)Pol.0,.li" ! " 7' 8- 10- 11 ,B' 18, IT, 18,
IB, SO, 21, , S3, M, , M, 84 and 85, In Stephen
Howry oounty, Ohio. Or that If pant Hon can not
he m.rlM t.l,lA . i. . i .. . ..
.....iv... uipuucni uijiirj iiifn, inas in.
aamo may beaold, or other order taken purenaut
SS. . f"atn, ot caee made and provided.
That aaid parttea are Interested in aaid real eatata
;.1pf n "I"' anewer on or before.
. THKRE8IA M. W2B79 BB.
jsy iu. Donnelly, her attorney. mcblS (It
Notice; of Appointment.
Estate of Isaac Hndton, deceased.
1 .......... i. .i'lnjinieu ana qiuul-
oed as Executor of tbe .Mate of leaao Huctaon.
,1. llf HMinjflnnnl. fUt A . mwm.
" win oay oi juen ti, jt. I. JHfM.
EMILY B. HUDSON.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Sarah I3owerMoCord, deo'd
Ti'-d I1tJi,",, hM heen anpolstrd and qnaH-
...... ui iiiw (tiibiu or oaraii
Bower McCord, late of Henry county, O., deceased.
Dated thie Srd day of April, A. n. 1894 "H"":a
" ' ' ' ' 8HEBMAB G.McCOIlD.
NOTICE la hereby given, that tbe board of edu
cation of Monroe township, Benry Oo., 0..
will receive sealed blda at tbe Clerk's office mud
12 o'clock, m.
Saturday, April 2S, 1804,
for bnildlng a achoolhonae. Plana and -nooiflca-tlona
on fllo in the Clerk', office. The board re
nerve the right to reject any or all bids.
By order of Ihe board of education.
L. M. GhoVh.
NOTICE la hereby given, that Anion H. Foote.
a. Admlmairator of the tttaia of William V.
Moore, baa filed a eeoond account of hla Admlnla.
TllluriJal.?1..111 lot hruj "nd settlement
April -tOtfl, ltfH4s
NOTICE ii hereby (riven, that Amon Frees, ss
Admlntatrator of tbe etute or Anna Preea has
fll w'JKeC,l). acooimt of ll Administration,
which will be for hp.rin mnA .i . .rrl
28tb,189t. " pru
NOTICK la hereby given, that F. D. Prlntta, as
Adminiatrator of tbeeetato of Andrew Peter-
Mill . hi, SHa . Kra, .nr.nn. hi.. . ji,.
ki-iT 17, i. . . " "v""Jt u'b AuujiuiHiraiion
whlcti wUl be for hearing and settlement May 8th,,
J. V. CUFF, Probate Judge.
NOTICE 1. hereby given, that Joeeph Weible, aa
guardian, of Jeaae P. Bowen, ha. flled a nrat
aOOOUnt Of hi. fm.rril.n.hn orhlnl. ultl k. .
bearing and settlement May Alh, 1894.
, J. V.OOFF, Probsts Jadgs.
Probate Notice. ...... :
NOTIOB ie hereby irivan, that Amanda M array,
aa guardian, of Ellis, Fhina, Bertie, Louis W."
George and Edward M nrray, baa filed a arat aooonnl
of her guardianship, whioh will be tot hearing and
settlement May U 1894, .
J.V. CUFF, Probate Judges
NOTICE la hereby given that th. copartnership
heretofore existing between Joseph Sberer and
Oeorge N.. Wadama, under th. nrm nameof aher
er A Wadams, la tbia day dissolved by mutual con
sent, Joseph Soberer retiring from aaid partner
ship. Geo. N. Wadama oontlnuea thebtiainueaand
collect, all assets and settle, all debts of aaid
. , JOBKFH RCHERKH,
' GEO. K. WADAMtt.
Napoleon, Oi, April 10,1884. aplllMt