John Sellers 1894
SECOND TIME John Sellers Again Files Complaint For Divorce from His Wife.; j Louisa Sellers. ' ' xnis alternoon, John Sellers by his attorneys, John T. Alexander and C. w.-wauuns, w.-wauuns, w.-wauuns, filed another complaint ior divorce irom his wife, Louisa Sel lers. He alleges in his complaint that he and the defendant were married on the 25th day of April, 1893, and lived together as husband and wife until about the 15th day of June, 1893, when they separated and have not since then lived or co-habited co-habited co-habited together as husband and wife to the present time. That since their separation she has accepted the attention of another man who is a stranger to plaintiff; that after his marriage to plaintiff the defendant defendant urged him to convey all his property consisting of farm of 160 acres of land and valuable personal properly over to her, and when he re fused to comply with said wishes and demands for the conveyance of, his property to hen she immediately immediately began to taunt him by saying that she married him ior nis property ana money and was going to have it, and often threatened she would have his money if she had to kill the plaintiff to obtain it; she also called him vile and vulgar names and falsely charged him with adultery and other lewd conduct, and said plain' tiff has been compelled to liye separate and apart from her, and prays the court to sever the bonds heretofore ex isting between them.