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Iaj4kl rVA V äTV fin toe irrpvi lwvm y w wars(Hsu a rv . v a v.-w a v fvr )! f aptlt rrotta prtraiFTi. )TIIKpila l all triil' rlin-f'oill Trouble At Montronl. Nrw Y'fK, Nov. 10. A Montreal special ay: Tli Englik eonimunity here is at Iat fairly aroused over th offensive demon strations which are of nightly occurrenre. I.asi nipiit Alderman Mooney was burned in etl'rr, and it was also tte intention of the rob to honor similarly Alderman Steven son, wh is the commander of the Montreal Field I'-attery. The latter part of the pro irramme was not carriMl into effect, however, as about 'J of the gallant Colonel's gunners had as--embled, and were well prepared to pive th'iir.ob a warm reception. The French wear tbey will burn Alderman Stevenson in etf.ey before his residence this evening, ard if they carry out their intentions Mood will certainly flow, as the English have or ganized a strong defense association, com-po-d of all the athletic a-sociations, snow Ynje clubs anil militia regiments. The feel ing f exaTrat'" on tbe part cf the Knjr lish is incrcaintr, and if the French want to r'pht they will j rohahly have their wish ac- -!( d to. A fleavy 3Iortsnse Filed. M; m 1 eton, N. Y., Nov. I'). A mortßae f-ir 'f's'j'jo.tKni, signed by hauncy Vibbard, President of the New England and South western Tailroad, to the Central Trust Com y ary, of New YorSc, wa riled here to-day. It rovers the line from the Erie connection io Erew.ter', twent-ix niile, including the projected trlge ovtx tl.e Hudson it Storm S9 AUNT DEBORAH'S DRUDGE. 1 had worked in Ai;i;t Deborah's kitchen till nobody exjected anything else e-f me. I had bten retained iu tue hous oiisnilV-rance at first, because Aunt Ieborah's brother, my father, had run through all his property, and was only distinguished by his shiftless Dess and the size of his family. I suppose I was never misled from that superabundant home circle; anyway, they never came 10 see me, nor ever inquired after me, that I know of. Aunt Deborah ha J a great deal of com pany, being a rich and childless widow and for.d cf society, liut no one ever noticed ce. I was not even snubbed, for it was not worth while to snub a mere drudge lite me. My cousin, FMe AlUton, was also a mem ber oi my aunt's family, but she received ?ery different treatment from that which fell to my lot. Her father was aunty's favorite brother; therefore sbe was educated, and was understood to be certain of a home and life's comforts always, and of a fortune at Aunt Deborah's death. Yet I did not envy my fortunate cousin, for, while 1 was let aloue, and at lca.t took pride in the consciousness that I earned my own living. Elsie was continually being taunted with her dependence, and was kept in abject servility by her constant threats of disinheritance. Elsie would have been kind to me if I had allowed it, but I bad a sort of pride which forbade me to receive patronage from any one. I must be received on an equal foot ing, or not all. The only pleasure of my life was unlimited liberty to use the book in my aunt's great and ever increasing library. My rough work unfitted my hands for sewing, a fact for which I was sufficiently thankful, as it increased my leisure hours. J'.r the first" two or three years of my stay I read novels exclusively. Uut one of the novels happened to have a nobie and aspir ing woman for its heroine, fcfomebow, the story of thai life haunted me day and nfcht, and I resolved to lie something worthy of love and respect, whether I ever received my reward or not. My first step was to map out a line of thought and conduct, and a course of read ing. My intellectual nature was to be mold ed by some of the bet lxoks in my aunt's library, ami that ideal woman of whom 1 had read was to be my moral lever, lifting nie into an atinophere of self-forgetting holiness ami love. 1 't lieved that if Aunt 'eiorah's drudge had never had an oppor tunity of showing her devotion to the hu man race, her own sou! would grow rich by the iiiet ellort. Jt had been years since I formed this reso lution when Mr. iileaoii, forming one of a party of visitors, came to my aunt's house. Uut having company to cook for in the sum mer had come to he a setiled thing, and all company meant to me was drudgery, and less time to read. There was no prophetic voice to whNper to my heart, on the morning of Mr. (.lea son'. arrival, that my fate, my hope and my di; air, my blessing and my miM.Ty had come to me. He was only one more guest, to be cooked for and to be waited upon by the drudge. ne day Elsie came to me with her sweet, weak fae tearful and pleading. "You must help me, Hannah," said fche. ' Help you to do what, child?" 'To keep Aunt 1 eborah's good will and marry Mr. .lcaon. You see Mr. ilea-oii is very poor, and if aunt threatens to dis herit me it mav le--en my chances of getting him." I think my astonishment ami disgust must have shown themselves iu my face as I an swered: . "Have you so little confidence in your promised husband? So little faith, and yet willing to le his wile."' She made an impatient gesture. 'You don't understand." she said slowly and unblushinKly. "lie has not asked me to be his wife, but he will, i am sure he will! He does not love me very much, hut when we are married, and he sees my devo tion, it will be different." Then she put h r face in my apron and sobbed bitterly, and I knew by her tears that she had many misgivings. "How can 1 help you?" I asked. . ' don't know," she replied through her tears: "but you can manage anything, I am ure. Aunt Deb says you are to this hou.tc what grease is to an an axle; that is, you seem to make everything run smoothly.'"' I could not help smiling as 1 replied: "That is the first compliment I ever re ceived, and I think- it is an exceedingly doubtful one. It can not be expected that a kitchen drudge can successfully inter meddle in so delicate a matter as a love AVhy, Elsie, I was never in love in all my life, and I daily pray heaven to preserve me from any such calamity, because the man I could löve would not notice such a erson as I seem to be." "1 don't know," said Elsie, dudiously, and for the time forgetting her troubles. "There is something idout you different from other servants something strong and masterful; but. I think you are troubled with morbid seusibilities. Promise that you'll help me if you can, Hannah." "Yes, I can make that promise with ier fet t safety," I replied. I formed a little plan of action very 8eed ily. That evening 1 went to Aunt Deborah's room, and being hidden to enter, my first words were: "I supiose you mean to leave Elsie penni less if sue marries a poor man." "Yes," replied she: "1 have secured for her the ofler of a very eligible husband. If she does not see tit "to accept him, her future must be what she makes it." Then," said I, "Elsie's loss will be my gain, I hope. Don't fail to consider me after she has Hung away her chances for some da j becoming your heiress." Aunt Deborah looked at me steadily for a moment, as if she felt inclined to think I was taking leave of my senses; then she sat in her chair ami laughed long: lauzlied un til her round face was very red indeed. As soon as she was in a condition to speak she said: "You had better have practised a while on some one else before you tried to overcome my purpose with strategv. Your face be trays you. You are not earnest enough, and you are most mortally ashamed of yourself. You know that I am contrary, and you know that I am always angry with" the person that wrongs Elsie; therefore you thought that by making me angry with yourself you could get me to vow eternal fidelity to Elsie. Not so. Itisjust as I have ?aul. Elsie must obey me or she will not receive a iennv from me. As for you, you have strength and ability to earn your own living. You know bow to work, and do not care for the luxuries that money brings. You do not need my monev, and, further, I do not believe you want it." I turned away with a bitter smile. How little did my aunt know of my tastes, only because I was too proud to make them known! And my intended aid to Elsie had proved a failure. The next afternoon, having had a leisure hour, 1 went into the library, intending to carry a book 111 to my room; but becoming interested in the volume I had selected, I forgot my purjose. and seated myself in an obscure corner. Not long after the door opened, and Mr. (ileason entered. He spent some time scare hing among the books, and at last turned to the door with empty hands and an air of disappointment. Then I arose and suggested that 1 might, perhaps, be able to find for him whatever he wanted: He turned and surveyed me for a brief moment; then asked: "Whom do I address?' "Hannah Allston, the cook and floor scrubbcr," I answered. "I was searching for a work on architec ture, and I am disappointed at not finding it, because J wi.ed to settle, a wwm argu ment, fast descending to dispute, which I left in full progress in the drawing-room. I am sure I could establish my point if I had the book I saw here yesterday." I returned to the afore-mentioned comer and produced the volume I had been perus ing with so much interest. "This is probably what you were looking for, sir," I said. He took the volume from ray hand with evident pleasure and just as evident sur prise. "Ladies do not usually care for this sort cf literature," he aid apologetically, when he saw that I had read his face. I replied: "Ladies have little incentive to care for such things, because society promptly and most emphatically discourages" all such indi cations of strong-mindedness. Of course it can make no difference to a woman whether the house she lives in is built in Corinthian, Doric or Gothic style, or has no style at all. In her an affectation of pretty, childlike simplicity is considered very interesting, and if she can be interesting, why need she apire to become intelligent?" "I think you are mistaken. Miss Allston. I think the days when a woman was ad mired for her ignorance may safely be named in the past tene." "You are a man of society, and ought to know; but my small field of observation has shown me that some women, at least affect frivolity and simplicity in the presence of company, from which I inferred that society admires that sort of women." "I'erhais it does, after a fashion," he re plied, with a smile. "But, depend upon it, Miss Allston, the scepter of belleship was never yet wrested from an intelligent con versationalist by an ignorant woman, even though the bnhiant woman has a much plainer face than the other. People love to be entertained, and one who can offer wit and wisdom without pedantry is sure to be admired, and, if she can add genuine! unself ishness to her list of accomplishments, to be loved, also."' "Perhaps," said I, ' but have you not for gotten to return to the drawing-room?" "Thank you for reminding me, Miss All ston; may I venture to hope that this will not be our last meeting?" "I am, as 1 toll you. a servant, and prefer not to be patronized. We met by accident. If we meet again I shall not recognize you." He smiled good-humoredly. bowed, said: "We shall see," and turned away. I felt vexed w ith myself for having con versed so freely with a stranger, and made sundry good resolutions by which my future deportment was to be governed. 1 do not understand what there was in the trilling event just narrated to stir my nature to its depths, but that night I did not close m v eyes till :i o'clock. 1 began to hate my self for having remained so long in a menial position without a single struggle to rise above it. A beautiful thought came to me at last with the suddenness of inspiration. I had in many instances proven myself to be a good nurvp for the sick. I had more than once administered simplo remedies with suc cess In the absence of a physician. I had been fascinated by the study of anatomy and physiology; why not add to these a knowl edge of theurapeutics? Why not become u physician, practicing among women and children? The thought was healing oil to my troubled spirits, and I was soon asleep, happily ignorant of the long struggle en tailed ujHm me by my resolution, of the cost of medical courses and the difficulty of per suading patients that a woman can be lit to undertake a "case." It was wonderful how often Mr. Glcason found it necessary after that to come to the pump at the kitchen door for a drink, and now he persisted in not noticing the glass I placed there for his accommodation, but must always come into the kitchen, no matter how busy I was, and trouble me to get one for him, and pau.se awhile to talk. 1 found out one thing. I could talk, ami no one had ever tried to draw me out be fore. 1 was not alarmed when I found that I watched eagerly for his Coming. I told my self that no one whose friendship was worth caring for had ever before treated me like a ration. il being und an equal, and that had this friend been a woman my love would have ieen just the same. We talked on every subject, from the love of legends to international politics, and 1 never dreamed that it was more than the pleasure of speaking on subjects remote from puddings and pies that made tue care for the society of Mr. (ileason. 1 had a terrible awakening. One day he was just leaving me when a voice on the lawn was heard to call out: "Where's Mr. (ileason?" "Down in the kitchen; 1 suppose, courting the took," was the answer, more suggestive than ladylike. It was not the heat of the stove that ruade my face burn at that moment, and the thought flashed into my mind that I had an unquestionable right tobe courted, just as Mr. (ileason re-entered the room and said: "That coarse jenton the lawn has made me resolve to ask you what I had intended to de fer to a later day. I love you. Miss Allston; will you be my wife?" " h, no, no, Mr. Gleason. Where is your honor, to tri He with the affections of Elsie, then seek to wed me? I am surprised be yond measure. I thought better of you. 60.!" "I can not tell what you may have heard," he replied, with a pale, stem face, "but I have certainly been 1:0 more attentive to Miss Elsie than courtesy demanded. I had dared tohoiefora different answer. You have accused me of a dishonor. That parts us." Then he was gone The same day lie de- Sarted from my Aunt Deborah's. "A sud en fancy for sketching among the moun tains. Never thinks of anything hut his art," complained the guests. The tollowing day Elsie's engagement was announced to the person whom Aunt Delorah had chosen for her. She could not live without plenty of money, she said. . Six years passed, dnring the most ot which I was not in communication with Aunt De borah or any of my. relatives, they having with one accord refused to forgive me for being "strong-minded," and persisting in the study of medicine. They w ere years of hard work and almost unendurable loneliness, 1 was engaged in professional labors in a vil lage in Vermont. One day a messenger came in great haste to call me to the bedside of a stranger who was very ill, perhajs dying. No male phy sician w as to be found. Would I go? I hev itatedhuta single moment. How thankful was I afterward that I obeyed the imptile of mercy and cast aside that of prudery? It was Mr. Gleason! When he became conscious, days after ward, he reached feebly for my hand and said: "This is what I have been praying for. I have found you at last, Hannah." That wasn't five years ago, and we have been married just four years and eleven months, and are as happy as mortals subject to the ague and their neighbors chickens can ever hope to be. On our marriage day I threatened to "throw physic to the dogs," but joy husband said: "No. You shall always be my physician.'' Convicted of Murder, Bpeclal to the Sentinel. ViJfcKNNK, Ind., Nov. 1'.. In the Circuit Court yesterday the jury in the case of the State vs. John Burns found him guilty of manslaughter and sentenced tiim to fifteen years in the penitentiary for the killing of an unknown man in this city on the morn ing of October 17. Hums acknowledged that he struck the old man on the head with a club in a fracas, lihody and Smith, ac complices, were acquitted. A LADY'S SECUKT. The ladies, of the Court of France pos sessed a secret that should be known by every lady. 8nid 2-cent stamp for sealed circular in plain envelope. European Medi eal Co., 238 ortlx ISiath street, Philadelphia, VARIETIES. By the way, the good word "bosh" we get from the language of Turkey, in which "bosh lakerdi" means silly talk. In Georgia more than half the counties of the State have adopted "local option," which is also extending in the Carolinas and in other states. It is said that in Enpland one man in every i.OoO takes a university course, in Scotland in 512, in Germany "in every 213 and in America in every 2,tXK). Prof. H. Ward, of Rochester University, who has in hand the mounting of the skin and skeleton of Jumbo says: His hide weighed 1,5.'57 pounds and his bones 2,4t0, We bad to erect a special building in which to mount him. It will take three months and $2,0u0 to do the work. Dr. Cyrus Eson of New York says officially and positively that the notion "that water is purified bv freezing is an old maxim long ago exploded by scientific research." When the time comes for gathering the ice crop it will be well to remember this. The contrary theory is still widely prevalent. Hartford Courast. The fruit and vegetable canneries of Cali ifornia are doing an excellent business this season. A much greater proportion than ueual of their production has already been disposed of, and it is believed that the en tire outfit will find a ready market. One establishment in Santa Clara county has put up 1,500 cans of fruit and vegetables. A useful charity for the Thanksgiving sea son Las been started in New York. Large quantities of apples which have been going to waste in Connecticut will be shipped to New York for distribution among the poor. If the country would send a part of its sur plus fruit or vegetables to the city, Thanks giving would be, a true season of rejoicing among the poor. According to the Louisville Courier-Journal, only eighteen years ago the freight rates on grain and flour from Chicago to New York were, respectively, eighty-five cents and $1.00, and the present rates are twenty cents ami forty cents respectively. The first railroad to the Pacific was then bein pushed westward through Wyoming Terri tory, and there are now four through rail roads in the Eni ted States and one in Can ada. The malignan joison of the membranous matter that collects in the throat of a child suffering with diphtheria is shockingly shown in the case of Dr. George O. Warner, a popular physician of Leicester, Massachu setts, who died recntly from the poison conveyed in a piece of membrane that was coughed up by a child over whom he was bending, and which lodged on his mustache. The poisonous matter was quickly removed, and the mustache washed; but the infec tious nature of the disease showed itself, in spite of these precautions, for the doctor took it, anp with the fatal result men tioned. I.lghtjr Years Old and Yigoron. 1 kik, Nov. 10. M. do Lesseps celebrated his eightieth birthday to-day. He received many presents. All the foreign A mbassa dors and prominent jversons in Paris visited him and paid their respects, and ex-Empress Eugenie and the Khedive of Egypt tele graphed their congratulations. M. de Is- seys is confident that lie will live to sail through the Panama 'anal. 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Marion County, Indiana, and bouudred as follows: Commencing at the southwest point of the north we t hall of said square, thence north one hundred aud sixteen (116) feet and ten (10) Inches, thetice east sixtv-three ('::) feet, thence outhwest paralle. with Kentucky avenue twenty-five (2) leet to a point, thence aoutheant at rbht angles with said avenue forty-five i ) feet to said avenue, tbence southwest along said avenue ninety-six () feet aud one (I) Inch, to place of liezlunlng. And on failure to realize the full amount of judgment, interest and com. 1 will, at the xaine time and place, expose at public sale the fee sim ple of sal! real estate. Taken as the property of Aqulllat!. Chandlee at the suit of Mordieal ffadley. Said salo to be made with relief from valuation or appraisement law. t'ae No. . (iKOKtiK H. CARTER, Sheriff of Mariou County. KovemlierO, A. D. lsM. Harm Si Calkins, Attorney tor riaintiS. SHERIFF'S SALE. Bv virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the Clerk of the Superior Court of Marion County, Indiana, in a cause w herein The State lltilldinr Safe IK-posit andlan Association, etc. is plaintiff and Julia Barker et ai. are defendants (Case No.31.5.11?, re quiring me to make the sum of eight huuared and six dollars and fifty-two cents (m;..Y.'i, with Interest on ald decree and costs, I will expose at public sale, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, TUE 5TH PAY OF DECEMBER, A. l. lS&i, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m., of aid day, at the door of the Court House of Marion County, Indiana, tho rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven yean, of tho following real estate, 10 wit: Iit numbcrtwelve (IJ), In Jacob Twin's south west addition to the City of ludlauapnll, accord ing to corrected plat of the aaid addition In Mat Hook Ho. K, at page i oi the Records iu the office of the Recorder aforesaid, and In Marion County, Indiana. Jf such rents and profits will not sell for a suffi cient Kim to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, 1 will, at the same time and place, expose to public sale the fce'simnle of said real estate, or so much thereof as may Im? sufficient to discharge said decree, interest and costs. Said sale will be made without any relief w hatever from valuation or appraisement laws. GEORGE II. CARTER, Sheriff ol Marlon County. 'cumber 9, Ai P.JSivi iverybody SHOULD Double Thanksgiving Number OP foil's Ready November 20. Twenty Pages, Choice Stories, Elegantly Illustrated. Edition 350,000 Copies. 21 ailed to any avddre&a for Ten Cents. New Subscriptions sent at once, with $1.75. will include tie paper FHEK from the time the subscription Is received to Jan. 1, 1K8G, and a full year's subscription from that date. Mention this Paper. Address PERRY MASON & CO., Publishers, 41 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. mil K Can lie Bought in the Future at Indianapolis from P. M. PURSELL & SON No. 84 East Washington St. These celebrated Cooking Stoves are sold with A WARRANT to cive PERFECT SATISFACTION. The new line for iSSs are the QUICKEST BAKING, CLEAN EST and MOST DURABLE Stoves ever made nrr-r-sBri xssvvin n wy cold meoai, pens, .a;. h4öliLÜai ( Zp lLLW U tl rrrnvrrrir Cha. A. liftvr.R, Attorney forl'lainllfl. SHERIFF'S SAI.E-Fy virtue of ft f ertif ed rory of a decree to me directed, from the Clerk of the Mijerior Court of Marion Comity, JndiHiia, in a cause wnereln German American Suvini: ami I.oun Asoclaion. etc. is plaintiff, and Frederick Hrockltu; et. al. are deii-iKlaiits. (case No. I'.t.i'.lM rcUiriuK me to make the sum of four hundred and niuety-four dollar anil thirty live cents (S4'.'4.:i.'). with interest on said decree and cost, 1 will expose at public sale, to the highest bidder, ou SATURDAY, THE .VTH P.Y OF DECEMBER, A. D., lsvi. Between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. in., of said day, at tho door of the Court house of Marlon County, Indiana, the rents and profit for a term not exceeding seveu years, of the follow ing real estate, to-wii: It one hundred aud slxtv-five(lfl in Fletcher, Sione, Witt, Taylor and lloyt's subdivision ol out lot ninety six tW, ninetyseen C'T), ninety ciiiht ('.'Mund the south half of out-lot ninety-one (91 1. In the city of Indianapolis, Marion County, aud State ol ludiaua. If such rent and profits will not sell for a suffi cient sum to satisfy said decree, interest aud cost. 1 w ill, at the smne time and place, expose to public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as inay 1 sufficient to discharge Mid decree, interest and costs. Saidsale will be made without any relief w hatever from valuation or appraisement law s. CEORdE II. CARTER, Sheriff of Marion County. November 9, A. P., IfcAj. J. l BaKr.i:, Attorney for Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S PAI.E.-By virtue of an execution to me directed from the clerk of the Sii-rlor Court of Marion County, Indiana, 1 w ill expose at public sale, to the highest bidder, ou SATURDAY.THE 12TH DAY OF DECEMBER, A.D. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. of said day. at the door of the Court-house of Marion County. Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not cvoeedinf; seven years, of the fol owing real estate, to-wit: Lota uumbercd one (1 . two (2, three (3), four (4 and rive ("), (except three (3) feet off east s ido of lots one aud two) in Fuller's subdivision of part of lot four C, in Budd's subdivision of outlet elithty-six (bio. In the city of Indianapolis. Also lots numbered live (5) and six (6), iu Yandex and WHkins'B6iitdivislon of outlot eighty-seven 07, in the city of Indianapolis. Also the undivided hall of lot number seven (7), in s.iua re number ten (Hfi. in the city of Indianapolis, all situate in Marion County, Indiana. And on failure t realize the full amount of Judgment, interest and costs, I will, at the same time aud place, expos at public sale the fee sim ple of said real estate. Taken as the property of fieorge W. Hill at the suit of Conrad II. Shellhouse and others. Said sale to be made without any relief what ever from valuation or appraisement laws. (.Case ho. Ü4.&0.) FORGE II. CARTER. Sheriff of Marion County. November 1C, A. D., 18i. J.no.S.TaKkisgtox, Attorney for riaintlff. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the Clerk of tbe Superior Court of Marion County. Indiana, In a cause wherein Kicholis Mccarty is plaintiff, and Moses F. Hurley ct al. are deiendants, (Case No. I.'.'K7) requiring me to make the mm of lour hundred and ninety-seven dollars i$4'7. with interest on said decree and costs, I will expose at public sale, totbe highest bidder, on SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D., lbfcj, between tbe honrs of ten o'clock ft. m. and font o'cloc k p. m., of said clay, at the door of the Court House of Marion County, Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven yean, of the follow ing real estate, situate In the City of Indi anapolis, County of Marion, aud State of Indiana, described as follow, to-wit: Ixu. numbered one hundred and fifty (IV)) In Mccarty's subdivision of the east part of outlot numbered one hundred and twenty (1). aeronp ing to the plat of said subdivision as recorded in the Recorder's otVne of said County. If neb rent ami profits will not sell for a suf ficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs. 1 will, at the same time and place, expose to public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge said decree, Interest aud cost. Said sale will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. GEORGE H. CARTER, hlierifl of Mariou County. November !.. A. D. lWs. lÄiW5)(ö)S Wnassff vü l) .rast? A laarlW arrarrt ptioa el S aetn (ptcialiM ive ftuHl.) au J M SEE TUB THE loiiiiio m Ü O The Favorite Numbers, 303, 404, 351, 170, and his other style: 332 styles. Sold ttifouBriout tho World, J no. S. T.ccmn. tov, Attorney for PlaiutliT. SHERIFF'S PALE. F.v virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the clerk of the superior1 Court of Marion Cotity, Indiana, in a caue wherein Nicholas Mc:'arty i plaintiff, and Ellen Keiiilrick et al. are defendant, (Case No. :;i.r:u), requiring inc to make the sum of four hundred and niuetv -eiiit dollar (ft''R). with in terest on said decree aud costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder, ou SATURDAY, THE Ulli PAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. lNv'., between the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'cloc k p. m. of said day. at the door of the Court house ot Marion County,' Indiana, the rents and profits, for a term not exceeding seven years, of the follow ins real estate, situate in the County of Mariou and btateof ludiaua, dew-ribed a follow, to-wit: Lot iiiliulered one hundred UOOi in MeCarty'a sulidivision of the east irt of outlot numbered one hundred and twenty rjO in the City of Itidi aiiHM)lis, according to the plat of said 'aiilHlivi ion recorded in the onlce of the Recorder oi aid Couuty. If such rents and profits will not sell for a suf ficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest mid costs. 1 w 111. at the same time and pUi"e, expose to public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof a may be stiflicieiit to discharge said decree, interest and cost. Said sale will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement law. UbOKCE II. CARTER. sheriff oi Mariou County. November 1C, A. P. ls,sj. Ml f RH L Mooio, Atorney for riaintlff. SHERIFF'S SALE-By virtue of a certified copy of a rlecree to me directed, from the clerk of the Siicrior Court of Marion County, Indiana, in a cause w herein Cicero Brown is .plaintiff, aud William M. V heatley et al. are defendants (case No. J.oti.M. requiring me to make the sums of money in said decree provided, and in manner a provided for in said decree, with interest ou said decree and cost. 1 w ill exose al public sale, to the highest bidder, ou SATURDAY, THE Mh DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. ISN, between the noun ot 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., of said day, at the door of the Court House of Marion County, Indiana, the rents and Protits for a term not exceed i ug seven years, of the fol lowing real estate to-wit: Lots number eleven (11) and twenty-three (2Z in Brown. Frank aud Ketcham's subdivision of a part of outlot one hundred and seven (1U7) and onehundred aud eight (lO). in the City of In dianapolis. Marion County, Indiana. if such rent and profit will not sell for a suffi cient sum to satisfy said decree, intere.-t and costs, 1 w ill, at the same time and place, cxiose to pub lic sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge Mid decree, interest and costs. Said sale will be made w ithout an y relief w baicver from valuation or appraisement law s. GEORGE H. CA RTF.R, (sheriff of Marion County. November 9, A. P. IStS. Sri pen stic kef & Bi rxs. Attorneys for riaintilT. SHERIFF'S SALE Bv virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the clerk of the Superior Court of Marion County. Indiana, in a cause wherein Catharine Euiich Is plaintiff, and August Leo c t al. are defendants, (case No. :4.301) requiring me to make the sums of money in said decree provided, and In manner as provided for in said decree, w ith interest on Mid decree and costs. I will expose at public sale, to the highest bidder, ou SATURDAY, THE .VTH PAY OF DECEMBER, A. D.lsXi. between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and foui o'clock p. m.. of said day, at the door of the Court House f Marion County, Indiana, the rents and prutits tor a term not txeeediuir seveu years, of the loilow ing real estate, situate iu Marlon county, Indiana, to-wit: Lot n u in ler thirteen (l") in Dumont's subdi vision of a part of outlot number ouc hundred (lOtn, iu the c ity of Indianapolis. If such rents and profit w ill not sell for a suffi cient sum to Mtisfy Mid de-.rce, interest and cost. I v ill. at the same time and place, expose to public sole the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be suOitient to disenarge Mid decree. Interest and cost, r-aj.j ju made w Ithout any relief w hatever from valuation or appraisement laws. GEORGE H. CARTER, Sheriff of Mariou County. November 9, A. D. iNvi. Br.o s A. H.w.vtv, Attorneys for riaintlff. SHERIFF'S PALE By virtue of two execution to me directed, one from the Clerk of the Marion Crcnit Court of Marion County, Indiana, and one from the Clerk of the White Circuit Court of White Countv, Indiana, I will expose at public sale, to tbe highest bidder, on SATURDAY, THE l.'TU DAY OF DECEMBER, A. P., 18S,", between the hours oMO o'clock a. m.aud 4 o'clock p. m, of said day, al Ihedoor of the Court House of Marion County, Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seveu years, of the fol lowing real estate, to w it: Lot number twenty- one u'li, in James H. Rud el 11 s subdivision of ihe west half of lot twenty-twoej-j, in Tnomas Johnson's heirs addition to the city of Indianaiolis. Marion County. Indiana. And on failure to realize the full amount ol Judgmtnt, interest and cost. 1 will, at the same lime and place, e xpose at public sale the fee simple ol stiid real estate. ! ken as the propertv of Solomon H. Gvlmin at the suit of Samuel Roihrock aud Aaron li. Scar ing. said sale to t-e made without any relief what ever from valuation or appraisement law. GEORGE IL CARTER. Sherifl cf Mariou Couuty. November K., A. P. IttO. Jno. S. Tarkinotox, Attorney lor riainuff. SHERIFF'S SALE. By vlrtne of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from theOerkof the Superior Court of Marion County. Indiana, in a cause wherein Francis M. Churchman ct al. are piaintifii, and Elijah S. Alvord ct al. are de fendants, tease No. . :')), requiring meto make the sum of sixteen thousand three hundred and twenty nine dollars and thirty cents (tlO.o.'O.aoi, with interest on Mid decree aud costs, I will ex pose at public sale, to tbe highest bidder, on SATURDAY, THE 19th DAY OF DECEMEER, A. D. 1S&, between the hours ol 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. W., of Mid day, at the door of the Conrt-bono of Marion County. Indiana, the rents and prcrlta for a term not exceeding Heven yean, of the follow ing real estate, situate in 'he city of Indianapo lis. County of Marion aud State of Indiana, to wit: One undivided half of lot four tl In Elder and Mi-Carty's subdiv ision of square eighty-eight 'bsz alsothewhole of the following described prop ertv to w it: Lot eighty-one MJ. eighty-two eigbty-tive eighty-seven fsT), eighty-cirht I sa;, eighty-nine !st. ninety f90j, ninety-one ,'.! niuety-two IWj. ninetv-three ::(',. ninetv-four '.'M ,, ninety-live '.K. ninety-six .''. uinety-seven J97i, ninety-eight (Vn. niuety-nine one hundred 1100one hundred and one lül'f one hundred and two 10J, one huutlred and three lO-'.J, one hundred aud four (1041, one hundred and five 110-V, in Allen. Root aud English's North Wood lawn addition to the City of Indianapolis: lot sixteen in Butler's North addition to College comer: lot three .:, iu Blake's subdivision of outlot seven 7; lots one (1, two -J tbreel-fland our 1 4, in Kirland aud Ryan's subdivision 'of lot, one 1 1 and part of lot two L.in square fifty four. If such rent? and profits will not sell for asnffl- cient sum to satisfy said decree, iuterest anil costs 1 will, at the same time aud place, expose to pub lic sale tbe fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge Mid decree, interest and costs. Said sale will bo made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraibcment laws. GEORGE IT. CARTER, Sheriff of Marion County. November Ci, A. D. it. Notice of Petition for Vacation of Part of Plat. To all whom it may concern: You are hereby notified that we, tbe under signed, ow ners in fee simple of lois numbered four (4, live i.S. six 6), seven 7 eipht (Si, nino . ten (10i. eleven ill), twelve i l.'i, thirteen (i:;, fourteen ill), fifteen M o and sixteen (16. in William Henderson, Trustee's subdivision of tho south half of the southeast quarter of section twenty-one. Township sixteeu, north of mute four east, 'excepting a small iortiouof the south east corner of said tract which lies ou the south east side of tbe centered the l'endleton Road); and alo all that part ot the eat hall" of the north eat u nor of Section twenty-eight, same town ship and range, which lie north or northwest of the center of said Pendleton Road, and also twenty-six (Jin and forty-four hundredths (4J-10o acres otl ef the south cud of the said cast calf ot the northeast quarter of said Section twenty eight, same township and range a plat of which stibdixiMon was recorded in the Recorder' ofli'-o of Marion County, s-tate of Indiana. April 6. 1ST, lit 1'iat hook o. t. page ' nave tiled tneir pcti- lion with the Alldl tor of said Marion County, Mate of Indiana, petitioning the Board of County ommissioncrs of said Marion County, Mats of Indiana, to vmatc that particular part of said plat of said subdivision winch l north of the lino dividing said section twenty-oue (Jl and twenty-eitrbt . and which iart is iu whole) comprised of tbe nlove-nuiutK'rvd aud described lots, and to vacate each and every street and alley iu said pi;rt of sa'd plat, save and excepting the cerlain street known a xiiotield street, and lying along said liue so dividing said naine4 sec tions, mid that the undersigned will seek to bo heard by tbe Mid lioardof Couuty Commission ers upon said ietitiou at theirnext regular ses mi ii, beginning on tho tliM Mondavnf IH-'ccniber, IS.,. S AM I ii. DELZFLI.. litANCis M. t Hl RC1IMAN. s.J. FLETCHER. C. J. Hauimoud, Attorney. Bakik, Hord & liLNDRK Ks, Attorneys for rialn tiff. SHERIFF'S PALE Bv virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the clerk of the Sui-erior Court of Marion County, Indiana. In a cause wherein llenrv R. Bond. Trustee, is plain tiff, and William T. Gibson et al. arc defendants, (case No. .'V4.Ps.7i. reipiiring me to make the sum, of eight thousand three huudred and twenty seven dollars and thirty-three cent (s.jj; ü. a, provided for in said decree, with interest on said decree and costs, 1 will ex)oe at public sale to they highest bidder, ou SATURDAY, THE iTH DVYOF DECEMEER, A. V., lNv", letween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. aud 4 o'clock p. in., cd said day, at the door of the Court-house) of Marion County, Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding cveti years, of the foilow ing real estate, situate iu Marion County, Indiana, to-wit: That parted square nnmter thirty-eight 0, In the City of lndianajolis, w hich i described as follow, tow it : Bcginuiug at the northeast conu-r thereof, thence south ou the east line oi said auare fifty cab feet, thence west sixty-seven and one-half iüyt feet, thene o north fifty J feet, thence east sixty-seven and one-half ni7'.,) feet, to the place of beginning, situate in Mariou" County, Indiana. If such rent and profit will not sell forasuffl cient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, 1 w ill, al the sauieiime and place, expose to pub lic sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be suitieient to discharge said decree, interest and cost. Said sale will be made without any reiki w hatever from valuation or appraisement law s. . GEORG K n. CARTER. Sheriff' ot Marion County. Novemler9. A. D. 1V Ji DAii Si Jameson, Attorneys for riamtiff. SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified coryol a decree to me directed, from the Clerk of tho fcuperior Court of Mariou County, Indiana, in a cause wherein Georgiana Smith i plaintiff, and Henry Clay el al. are defendants, (CJase No. S3.7ue, requiring nie to make the sum of nine hundred end sixty -one dollars and ten cent l 0 witn interest on said decree and costs, I w ill expose at public Mle, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, THE 12th PAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1NSÖ. between tbe hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. ro., of said day, at the door of the Court House of Marion Couuty, Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding aeveu years, of the fol lowing real estate, to-wit: Tweutv X) fect off the west side of lot nineteen (19i, and five (51 feet off' the east side ed lot twenty (JOi iu Spann, Smith and Hammonds subdivision of lots twenty-three (2!), twenty-four (2t, twenty five (2M, twenty-six CM), twenty-seven (-7) and twentv-eight r), iu Charles st. Jahn West's sub division of the northwest part of the southeast quarter of section thirty-rive (i"0, township six teen ilt'o. range three '') cast, iu the City of Indi anapolls, Marion Couuty. in the State of Indiana, aei-ording to the plat of said Spaun, smith and Hammond's subdivision, recorded in the Re corder s office, iu and for Mariou County, Indi ana, in Flat Book ::. at page 64. If such rent and profits will not sell for a suffi cient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs, I will, at the same time and place, expose to pub lic sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be auttlcient to discharge Mid decree, iuterest and costs. Said Mle will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement Jaw . GFORGK TT. CARTER, Sheriff of Marion County. November 16, A. P.. Ivo. Jas. a. Mik 111x1, Attorney tor riaintlff. SHERIFF'S SALE By vlrtne of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, f:om thetierkol the Superior Court of Marion Cxunty, Indiana, in a cause wherein Cattariua Rebori is plaintiff, and Elba A.Rollins ct al. are defendant, (case No. 34. tsOl. requiring me to make the sum of two thousand two hundred and forty-five dollars and twenty-eight cents tt-VJiS 2). with interest on Mid decree and costs, 1 w ill expose at public tale, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, THE 12th DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D., lv0, between the honrs of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., of m!I dav, at the eloor of the Court Hons of Marion Countv, Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven jeara, of the following real estate, to-w it: , Lot numbered one hundred and eight (W) In Elizabeth Talladt s reviled subdivision of tho e ast part of the west eighty (i) aeiv of the north west quarter of section In tow nship 16, range .1 east, an addition to tbe city of Indianapolis, ac cording to the plat thereof recorded in 1'lat Book ", on paj:e si. in the Recorder's office of Marion County, Indiana, situate iu Marion Couuty, Indi ana. if Vueh rent and profits will not sell for a suffi cient sum tosatisfy said decree, interest and costs, I will, at tlie saine'tiine and place, expose to pub lic sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so muc h thereof as may le sufficient to discharge said dec reo, interest and costs, said sale w ill bo made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. GEORGE n. CARTER, ' Sheriff of Marion County. November 9, A. P. ISsj.