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Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1891, Mansfield, Ohio THE WEEKLY OHIO 17. ft Vol. 7. JUNE 25, 1891. OUR SPECIAL are requested to send their letters in time for them to reach this office by Tuesday and in no event later than Wednesday In case of news of extraordinary im- portance correspondents may tele- phone the news to this office as late as 8 a. m. William J. formerly a ist of now of ar- rived Sunday aud is the guest of E. his Miss of ed June 17 and is the guest of the D. Thomas E. with Tracy of and wife were the guests of Mrs. C. her Misses Lottie and Mary of were the guests of Mrs. C. King from Saturday till J une 22. Mrs. Lu Taylor and of N. came recently and will be the guests of George Miller and her and Mrs. Fred her about a Miss Bertha Grabill and Miss bara of visited W. family Saturday and H. of has been the guest of Mrs. W. H. Cook since as quite a rain came up at that All present enjoyed a good time and considerable money was taken Miss Kate Eobinson goes this week to make a visit at the home of her un- Gen. J. S. at The family of James C. Hale a surprise upon him last having invited in over 30 guests to pass with him his 54th birthday His family and friends presented him with a very handsome anc several other nice John Ward in behalf of presented Mr. Hale responding in a jovial The afternoon was one to be remembered for its pleasant ship among Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith and Kufus Hale and of the Mr. Garrison has been improving his property by way of painting hi Our young people have been nicking at the Miss Etta Eobinson Mansfield Savannah and Walker expects to go to this week to spend some Everything conspired to make the missionary tea at the D. June 19, a very brilliant social Albert C. Stewart arid Harvey Strome bought at constable's June 17, the stock and fixtures of E. the absconding They also bought the building belonging to the J. B. estate for Mrs. George of came Friday and is the guest of F. Snook's Professor the proficient cipal of the schools the past has been elected for another as were also Miss Jane and Miss Bell Doty in their respective Mrs. Lou Rhodes and Miss Maggie of visited friends here Sunday and Mrs. Craig and of are the guests of Brown's Mr. of was at Colonel Brown's June IS. Eobert Galbraith last week trans- ferred his lot east of the to the trustees of the Odd Fellow's the consideration being Work is now progressing on the foundation of the 3-story brick of the Odd Thomas the now has several men employed on the large that G. V. of Chicago is erecting on the site of Mrs. The W. F. M. S. festival at William barn Saturday June 20, was a fair success standing tbe The net proceeds were Many thanks are due Mr. Eobinson and family for their untiring efforts to make the occasion an ble Also the committee of young men for their prompt help on day We would especially mention that Charley Eobinson and Wilbert Hughes understand how to distribute quantities of of visited their Mrs L. C. a few days labt Miss Trillia of iams is visiting friends The Sabbath school of to give a concert under the direction of Prof. C. L. CHINA Steamer Advices From Those Two Was Hurrah for Governor McKinley Mrs. M. A. Sirpless was quite sick last Saturday and but is better Charles Brandt cut his foot quite badly last Dr. of dressed tne W. H. Shoupe Co. put new line shafts in their shop and made other improvements this 18, at the residence of the near Charles Pulver and Miss Bogie Tne new feed mill in the shop of W. H. Shoup Co. is doing splendid doing splendid Miss of will close her school in District No. 1. June 26. Jl The question now in the village Who caught the James Eichey is SOME VERY STARTLING China's Hostility Towards Foreigners Not Equaled for Many tion Day Was ship of an Old American iu B. June Empress of Japan brings the following advices from China arid Use for The present disturbed condition of China anent foreigners and on his tour UK arrived from Yokohama on the steamer Gaelic He will ceed direct to New sail to and go thence to St. Kobbers A band of MARVIN For tho of NO. 24 TRIAL Cam 4jtttO ing beautiful women to lure rich men to the where they arc robbed and Four of the robbers were captured shortly before toe Gaelic sailed and were beheaded anas and candies The new Baptist church at beautiful in de- sign and was on June 21. A debt of was provided The services were conducted by the and the J. P. of the latter preaching the very able and eloquent dedicatory sermon to a large and appreciative audience. William an old and citizen died Wednesday June 17, after a protracted The funeral services took place at Milton church Three ers and two sons mourn a kind and upright and the Methodist church at Pavonia a faithful member of unusual piety and A strawberry festival at Saturday June 27, for the of our mail burned son will do the slating and of the of the B. Sowers entertained a friend from June 17. A. of was ating here Mrs. C- King is much prostrated from a fracture of a hip bone sustained June 2. Mrs. W. will entertain eral of her friends June 24. Mrs. Davies returned June 19 from a week's visit near Mrs. Mary of has been the guest of John her Mrs. of Pleasant was the guest of Mrs. William Stough last Dr. J. of was here last Thomas Coble and Charlie Sharp of recently were the guests of Israel E. Craig had June 17, a severe attack of vertigo incident to advanced 82 The Children's Day exercises passed off very pleasantly at the M. E. church Sunday The church was full and the programme a credit to Gn account of the continuous rain the Saturday night festival was con- over to Monday Mrs. F. E. Dille and of are visiting her Dr. June of this died suddenly last night at Alexandria The deceased was well known all over the United as For eral years he had traveled as theatrical and minstrel for different com- and put in his time during the summer acting as a pilot and guide on the St. Lawrence He was also the author of a boob lears on the St. He was 51 years Unknown and NEW June N. the widow of the tragedian Tuesday last at 62 West Eighty-fourth She was years once well known as the wife of the well famous star and later on as an actress of no mean ability her closing years were passed in the darkest Broken in health and she lived her last days beneath the roof of an old and went to her grave unknown and Held for a Railroad NEW June ner s jury investigating the cause of the accident on the Illinois Central road at bauve by which six persons were rendered a verdict charging F. C. Tenant with gross carelessness in leaving the switch open and Conductor as an accessory in the act of lect Both men were held in the sum of each on the charge of Crushed to Death by 0., June horrible dent occurred at Ohio near Lambert 40, was engaged in un- loading logs at Albright's sawmilL la some way he was caught two logs and terribly Kin gun Trig neck and of lower 3a-w and his body Miss Alma who is I sickening He leaves teaching near was one m destitute home Saturday and Lawyer Harding and Mrs. are visiting old Willard is visiting his father who is seriously ill. Mrs. Mcllvaine and Mrs. spent Sunday at David the residence of the bride's Thursday June Miss Mary of and Mr. Alva of by the J. H. They started for their western home Friday evening stopping to visit his parents at Kenton over Mr. of was the guest 1 T i of Miss Girtie Kirkpatrick last G. B. of visited his parents last William an old and re- spected citizen of this neigh passed away June 17 at his aged 7C He came to this when but two or three years old aud has resided here ever He was a good devoted to all religious causes aud untiring iu bis work loir the He leaves five his and seven children having pre- ceded him to that better The death of Mrs. James which noticed in the be sensibly felt in the school and missionary iu all of which was an active and ed was ever at uer post in ail and charitable Mrs. William of is spending some time with relatives The Sabbath school convention of the north district of tbe east Ohio con- ference of the United Brethren church was held in this place and Thursday of last Sixteen ministers and as many lay egates were The Strickland family held a very pleasant reunion on the historic grounds of Hill last Children's Day will be appropriately observed at the Lutheran church next Peter Bally and his two of paid us a pleasant call during the Sabbath school J. S- of is ing iu this He of the Rev. W. G. S legislative were vetoed by the governor last The governor srives several reasons for this his main objection being that the bills are unfair and contain many irregularities con trary to the constitutional requirements Ocean Record B. Canadian steamer of Japan which arrived here 10 davs 21 hours out made the fastest ran ever made across the Pacific beating by 18 hours that of her sister ship Empress of which had broken the German in Indiana June supreme court of Indiana yesterday rendered a decision to the effect that German must be taught in the public schools when a petition signed by twenty-five or more residents of any school district sented to tbe Arrested for Swede named Charles Peterson was ar- rested yesterday for a dozen fires at E. C. Wooster of the Britain secured the dence against Peterson and will receive is pre- A little caughter of Frank Weriman while playing with other children in ine barn of Kagey Sunday fell from s clover sustained a slight fracture board of 24. pardons yesterday ihai sentence in cases of Clarion of and William of u be to imprisonment for and Mrs. Louisa Hughes and Miss Miss Florence Robinson and Omer are home from Baldwin Uni- versity for Cad of re- lumed home on Monday from a week's visit with Miss Jessie Miss Maude Palmer is at home for having closed her school at with exercises and ing of a flag over the school ter which her pupils presented her with a handsome gold The Milton Sabbath school will brate Children's Day next A cood time is The W. F. M. S. festival held William Robinson's last Mr. and Mrs. Will Kahl are happy in the advent of a little baby Tbe frisky mower is again heard in the land aud a heavy crop of hay will be the largely at- Town The Shelby fair was not tended by our Nearly ail of our schools will close in about three and Eli Smith were policemen at the Shelby fair last Howard B. visited his Mrs. Hattie R. at Cleveland Miss Haria Piper has returned from where she has been they anticipated in the early China Company 24.-The Trenton China controlled men who the Star on of the A re- was Life With a June L. a of the founder of manufacturing firm of committal suicide by at his home near here Blaze in New XEW June last m the building at Hudson and a damage to and building of Cramer is the principal Drowm Her June John in a fit of drowned missionaries in has not been equaled for many years Since the destruction by fire of a river steamer some months when the passengers who escaped were treated with such in- human outbursts of the con- stantly slumbering feeling have These tions for the most part have taken place at points more or less but Chinese umbrage appears to have ex- tended to the center of the foreign dences and The following telegrams which were received by Admiral fron on the 8th and 9th inch cate the situation at that Last Friday there was a riot at but the English and French boats and the stopped it. Foreign women and children on board the Two men were killed at The proceeded there im- There is threatened trouble at and the gunboat Porpoise has been sent Serious apprehensions are felt The foreign ministers at Pekin have informed the Chinese ment that if foreigners are not protected they will take vigorous foreign gunboats are up the From Commander the lowing was Mob at Chinese de- the church and buildings at sich seventy miles from The situation looks and residents are apprehensive but ready to act here or elsewhere From United States consul the following was The band of Chinese who attacked Yang Chow prevented from doing any age at Chin The destroyed the French mission at seventy miles Their route leads directly to Shanghai and every indication points that they will come on to the Eighteen miles from Shanghai they de- the French mission and then at- tacked another French fonr miles from A Russian and a French gunboat are now arriving for making nine gunboats for the One British and one German boat and the are I think it is a Chinese Later advices received at Yokohama report twenty-two American missionary ladies arrived at All quiet now at that place and excitement Decoration Day Decoration Day at Yokohama was duly A detachment of sixty blue under the command of the officers of the United States steamer headed by their band and accompanied by a large number of marched to the cemetery where the graves of the American soldiers and sailors were A detachment was also sent by train to where the shaft erected to the of the crew of the was also Prince George Prince George of Greece arrived at Yokohama on the 8th on the sian gunboat from He was entertained on board the French frigate and was expected to leave for San Francisco by the American Firm in China The Korth China Daily of the 4th announces the suspension of Russell the oldest American firm in This firm had branches in Xew Boston and Be Represented at Regulations as to the organization of the temporary in connection with the Chicago exhibition on the 3th bv They consist of eleven PARNELL He is AND MRS. Have a Special License to Her June report that Mr. Parnell hah secured a special license to marry O'Shea is and is generally accepted as Nothing is known to the probable date of the ceremony should one be In- deed it is stated in some quarters that Mr. Parnell is finding some difficulty in obtaining the services of a clergyman to officiate at the The fact that Mrs. O'Shea is a divorced renders it impossible for many the rales of their tions to perform such a HARD-WORKED Places on the Supreme Bench Not Despite the Long Attorney General Justice Fuller's remarks in iNew York William O. June trial of Marvia the alleged Fostoria murderer The of the most in the criminal history of ern Hon. Perry M. Adams will appear the leading attorney for the and George E. Seney will assist the About one dred witnesses have been Alter the desperate affray near Whitley in which Kuhns was shot seven and one of the officers desperately wounded and which finally resulted in the cap- ture of the it will be he was finally taken to the with no thought that he would live twenty-four His in- domitable nerve however and he and in January was brought to this city and committed to where he has since remained ing trial for the murder of his William at on the night of the 16th of November It developed during his examination that he had a wife temporarily sojourning at Marion and she was sent for and placed upon the The who is now known to fame as Delia proved an but good and from her it was learned that the man who had so neatly slipped through the fingers of the cers was the noted Indiana and Ohio horse thief and all-around Marvin and almost beyond doubt the murderer of William The girl was not his but his She has since been held in the Tiffin jail as a Since his incarceration in the Tiffin jail has been guarded night and He has not always been a tractable but an occasional diet of bread and with deprivation of tobacco has tamed him Extraordinary preparations have made to guard against a possible rescue dunng the The transit from the 3ail to the court house is across an space of about forty and the reckless nature of the prisoner and the fact that for years he has been the leader of one of the most perate gang of and does m Ohio and northern im- presses upon the minds of the ties the necessity for extreme in fact it is an open secret that Sheriff Burman hao in his possession a letter which warns him of preparations made for a UNCLE SAM SUED For Violating the Contract With the Alaska Commercial June North American Commercial its Judge N. L. has filed a protest with Acting Secretary of the treasury in which it recites that it has the right to take fur seals from the islands of St. Paul and St George for the period of as to the relief which the supreme court j twenty years from May 1, 1890, and that from the pressure of business It has and will continue to perform on it has brought otit some carping stipulations of its The assurance submitted its bid at three times the amount paid by a former Upon the acceptance of the lease the company made large outlay in buildings and provisions and arranged for trans- porting 60.000 sealskins to San co. The company savs that it was com- to cease taking seals on the 20th m Tepy There are some people who think it is inconsistent for the justices to insist that their docket is very crowded and then take vacations lasting from early spring to late and for a month or more at other parts of the But the fact is that no supreme court judge could carry on business in Washington during the heated The work would kill even if he was willing to stay the bar of the country would not come here to try cases in a hot-house snch as the supreme court room would day of when the sealing season had not and only one-third of the quota of skins had been and e company was further prohibited talcing any additional number the vacations of the justices is this this account the thing of a for they occupy a con- i comPany has a loss of portion of vacation in 0 presiding at sessions of the United States i minted the Sunday circuit During the year Veranda to jail for ten judges of the circuit and open oa Sunday the of various saloon 111 his 1 preme court justice does more work and i of the harder work than of the i Jas Lives The Japanese steamer Ishizaki was cai sized near on the niu of the 4th and all are Only bodies have recovered to 8th The press censorship which was recently put into and which general discontent newspaper men of Japan has been in er arrived from lulu yesterday brings the lowing The from her of the inlands on the was sent from the a and a in every village and district that ihe passed In remains and it as y to continue so the few mal- of the and crowd succeed in rouble their fow which not at all the cabinet may take anticipated that anything will that will disturb the present Gaelic SAX June 24. Prince i of who tbe np somr per ct Royal Baking Most Certain baking powder makers arc publishing falsified extracts from the Government with pretended analyses and wherein an attempt is made to compare their baking powders with the or making bogus tests from house to their obvious purpose being to counteract the recent exposures of the inferiority of their own goods arising from their low and lack of keeping qualities as shown by the Government chemists and As to whether any of these baking powders are equal to the the official tests clearly When samples of various baking powders were purchased from the and analyzed by the United States Government Chemists and the Chemists of State and City Boards of the reports revealed the fact that the contained from 28 per cent to 60 per more leavening strength than any other cream of tartar baking der and also that it was more perfectly of purer and altogether As these powders are sold to consumers at the same by the use of the Royal Baking Powder there is an average saving of over one besides the advantage of assured purity and of and of biscuit and cake made perfectly and not to be had in the use of the Tow cheaply made powders that contain and
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