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   Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1891, Mansfield, Ohio                               THE WEEKLY NEWS. OHIO LIBEKAL.Vol. 17. WJJEKJLY ft JEWS, Vol. 7. MANSFIELD, O., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1891. OUR SPECIAL corres- pondents are requested to send their letters in time for them to reach this office by Tuesday morning, and in no event later than Wednesday morning. In case of news of extraordinary im- portance correspondents may tele- phone the news to this office as late as 8 a. m. Thursday. Lexington. William J. Craig, formerly a journal- ist of Indiauapolis, now of Chicago, ar- rived Sunday aud is the guest of E. Craig, his father. Miss Olrnstead, of Cincinnati, arriv- ed June 17 and is the guest of the Eev. D. Street's family. Thomas E. Proctor, with Tracy Avery, of Mansfield, and wife were the guests of Mrs. C. Englehart, her moth- er. Saturday. Misses Lottie and Mary Stemm, of Mansaeld, were the guests of Mrs. C. King from Saturday till J une 22. Mrs. Lu Taylor and daughters, of Allegheny, N. Y., came recently and will be the guests of George Miller and wife, her parents, and Mrs. Fred Bev- erstock, her sister, about a month. Miss Bertha Grabill and Miss Bar- bara Schambs, of Mansfield, visited W. Lanehart's family Saturday and Sunday. H. Cook, of Mansfield, has been the guest of Mrs. W. H. Cook since Saturday. as quite a rain came up at that time. All present enjoyed a good time and considerable money was taken iu. Miss Kate Eobinson goes this week to make a visit at the home of her un- cle. Gen. J. S. Eobinsou, at Keuton. The family of James C. Hale perpe- trated a surprise upon him last Satur- day, having invited in over 30 guests to pass with him his 54th birthday His family and friends presented him with a very handsome seeratary anc several other nice articles. John Ward in behalf of all, presented them, Mr. Hale responding in a jovial manner. The afternoon was one to be remembered for its pleasant fellow- ship among friends. Among the guests were Dr. and Mrs Shipley, Helena; Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith and Kufus Hale and wife, of the city. Mr. Garrison has been improving his property by way of painting hi bouse. Our young people have been pic- nicking at the lakes. Miss Etta Eobinson Mansfield time. Savannah and Walker expects to go to this week to spend some Everything conspired to make the missionary tea at the Eev. D. Street's, June 19, a very brilliant social event. Albert C. Stewart arid Harvey Strome bought at constable's sale, June 17, the stock and fixtures of E. Happ, the absconding gin-slinger. They also bought the building belonging to the J. B. Xeteener estate for SSOO. Mrs. George Snook, of Newark, came Friday and is the guest of F. Snook's family. Professor Tucker, the proficient prin- cipal of the schools the past year, has been elected for another year, as were also Miss Jane Shellabarber and Miss Bell Doty in their respective depart- ments. Mrs. Lou Rhodes and Miss Maggie Shafer, of Bellville, visited friends here Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Craig and son, of Kappanee, Ind., are the guests of Phenias Brown's family. Mr. Miller, of Independence, was at Colonel Brown's June IS. Eobert Galbraith last week trans- ferred his lot east of the post-office to the trustees of the Odd Fellow's lodge, the consideration being S2S-5. Work is now progressing on the foundation of the 3-story brick Duilding of the Odd Fellows. Thomas Bloor, the contractor, now has several men employed on the large that G. V. Frye, of Chicago is erecting on the site of Mrs. Wint- Epwortli. The W. F. M. S. festival at William Eobinson's barn Saturday evening, June 20, was a fair success notwith- standing tbe rain. The net proceeds were Many thanks are due Mr. Eobinson and family for their untiring efforts to make the occasion an enjova- ble one. Also the committee of young men for their prompt help on Satur- day afternoon. We would especially mention that Charley Eobinson and Wilbert Hughes understand how to distribute quantities of lemonade, ban- Eoberts, of Shelby, visited their aunt, Mrs L. C. Hayes, a few days labt week. Miss Trillia Peast, of Albertin, Will- iams county, is visiting friends here. The Sabbath school of prpparing to give a concert under the direction of Prof. C. L. Hayes. CHINA m_ JAPAN. Steamer Advices From Those Two Countries. Was Illusion. Hurrah for Governor McKinley Mrs. M. A. Sirpless was quite sick last Saturday and Sunday, but is better now. Charles Brandt cut his foot quite badly last Monday; Dr. Meeklern, of Lucas, dressed tne injury. W. H. Shoupe Co. put new line shafts in their shop and made other improvements this week. 18, at the residence of the bride, near Lucas, Charles Pulver and Miss Bogie Stevens. Tne new feed mill in the shop of W. H. Shoup Co. is doing splendid doing splendid work. Miss Finney, of Mansfield, will close her school in District No. 1. Friday, June 26. Jl The question now in the village is: Who caught the owl? James Eichey is better. SOME VERY STARTLING NEWS. China's Hostility Towards Foreigners Not Equaled for Many Decora- tion Day Was Censor- ship of an Old American Iteigns iu Hono- lulu. VANCOUVER, B. C., June Empress of Japan brings the following advices from China arid Japan. Use for Foreigners. The present disturbed condition of China anent foreigners generally, and czarewicn on his tour arouna UK world, arrived from Yokohama on the steamer Gaelic yesterday. He will pro- ceed direct to New York, sail to Lon- don, and go thence to St. Petersburg. Kobbers Ital'.euflvd. A band of MARVIN KUHNS' For tho Kurclcr of NO. 24 TRIAL Cam 4jtttO uecii umpiuv- ing beautiful women to lure rich men to the robbers' quarters, where they arc robbed and murdered. Four of the robbers were captured shortly before toe Gaelic sailed and were beheaded anas and candies successfully. The new Baptist church at "The beautiful in de- sign and finish. was dedi- cated on Sunday, June 21. A debt of S400 was provided for. The services were conducted by Eev. McLaughlin, the pastor, and the Eev. J. P. Fields, of Canton, the latter preaching the very able and eloquent dedicatory sermon to a large and appreciative audience. William Ferguson, an old and res- pected citizen died Wednesday morn- ing, June 17, after a protracted illness. The funeral services took place at Milton church Friday. Three daught- ers and two sons mourn alovingfather, neighbors, a kind and upright citizen, and the Methodist church at Pavonia a faithful member of unusual piety and devotedness. A strawberry festival at Epworth, Saturday evening, June 27, for the ben- efit of our mail carrier. rode's burned house. Dick- son will do the slating and LLudsey Williams, of Lexington, the paintinfi of the house. B. Sowers entertained a friend from Buffalo, Y., June 17. A. Young, of Perrysville, was recre- ating here Friday. Mrs. C- King is much prostrated from a fracture of a hip bone sustained June 2. Mrs. W. Bpnham will entertain sev- eral of her friends June 24. Mrs. Davies returned June 19 from a week's visit near Columbus. Mrs. Mary Hedge, of Marion, has been the guest of Sirs. John Bart, her mother. Mrs. Stough, of Pleasant Valley, was the guest of Mrs. William Stough last week. Dr. J. Lowe, of Johnsville, was here last week. Thomas Coble and Charlie Sharp of Mansfield, recently were the guests of Israel Woods. E. Craig had June 17, a severe attack of vertigo incident to advanced age, 82 years. Connty. The Children's Day exercises passed off very pleasantly at the M. E. church Sunday evening. The church was full and the programme a credit to Bloominggrove. Gn account of the continuous rain the Saturday night festival was con- tinued over to Monday evening. Mrs. F. E. Dille and children, of Mansfield, are visiting her parents, Dr. "Phatboy Babbage" Dead. BOCHESTEK, iST. Y., June Bab- bage. of this city, died suddenly last night at Alexandria bay. The deceased was well known all over the United btates as "Phatboy Babbage." For sev- eral years he had traveled as theatrical and minstrel ageot for different com- panies, and put in his time during the summer acting as a pilot and guide on the St. Lawrence river. He was also the author of a boob entitled, "Eighteen lears on the St. Lawrence." He was 51 years old. Unknown and Forgotten. NEW YORK, June N. bmclair, the widow of the tragedian ?n Fon'est. Tuesday last at TXo. 62 West Eighty-fourth street. She was <4 years old. Tkoneh 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 obscurity. Broken in health and fortune, she lived her last days beneath the roof of an old friend, and went to her grave unknown and forgotten. Held for a Railroad Accident. NEW ORLEANS, June coro- ner s jury investigating the cause of the accident on the Illinois Central road at bauve station, by which six persons were killed, rendered a verdict charging F. C. Tenant with gross carelessness in leaving the switch open and Conductor Jsam as an accessory in the act of lect Both men were held in the sum of fS.oOO each on the charge of man- slaughter. Crushed to Death by Satrlogs. LDIA, 0., June horrible acci- dent occurred at Ohio City, near here. Lambert Smith, 40, was engaged in un- loading logs at Albright's sawmilL la some way he was caught between, two logs and terribly crushed. Kin gun cumstances. Vetoed. _____ Trig neck and McFarland's, of Blooininggrove. lower 3a-w vrere broken, and his body Miss Alma Cantwell, who is I sickening sight. He leaves teaching near Mansfield, was one chfld m destitute cir- home Saturday and Sunday. Lawyer Harding and mother, Mrs. Olimam, Allegheny, Pa., are visiting old friends. Willard Flint, Kenton, is visiting his father who is seriously ill. Mrs. Mcllvaine and Mrs. Bushnell, Mansfield, spent Sunday at David Suv- der's. the residence of the bride's parents, Thursday evening, June IS, Miss Mary Day, of Bloominggrove, and Mr. Alva Ward, of Chicago, by the Bev. J. H. Barren, Pavonia. They started for their western home Friday evening stopping to visit his parents at Kenton over Sunday. Mr. Meek, of Delaware, was the guest "A wfrtn _- _ 1 T i of Miss Girtie Kirkpatrick last week. G. B. Kirkpatrick, of Akron, visited his parents last week. nre- PaTonla. William Furgeson, an old and re- spected citizen of this neigh borhood, passed away June 17 at his home, aged 7C years. He came to this couuty when but two or three years old aud has resided here ever since. He was a good man, devoted to all religious causes aud untiring iu bis work loir the church. He leaves five children, his and seven children having pre- ceded him to that better land. The death of Mrs. James "Weagley, which w.ts noticed in the XKWS, iviil be sensibly felt in the church, .Sabbath school and missionary societies, iu all of which .she was an active and hoaor- ed member. ?jhe was ever at uer post in ail rclijpous and charitable works. Mrs. William Xeitler, of Michigan, is spending some time with relatives here. fllfflln. The Sabbath school convention of the north district of tbe east Ohio con- ference of the United Brethren church was held in this place Tuesdav, Wed- nesday and Thursday of last week. Sixteen ministers and as many lay del- egates were present. The Strickland family held a very pleasant reunion on the historic grounds of ('opus Hill last week. Children's Day will be appropriately observed at the Lutheran church next Sunday. Peter Bally and his two daughters, of Parartise Hill, paid us a pleasant call during the Sabbath school convention. J. S- Weaver, of Springfield, is visit- ing iu this vicinity. He isthecuest of the Rev. W. G. S legislative districts, were vetoed by the governor last night. The governor srives several reasons for this action, his main objection being that the bills are unfair and contain many irregularities con trary to the constitutional requirements Ocean Record Broken. VAXCOTJVER. B. C.. Jnne Canadian steamer Empress, of Japan which arrived here yesterday, 10 davs 21 hours out fronrYokohoma. made the fastest ran ever made across the Pacific beating by 18 hours that of her sister ship Empress of India, which had nously- broken the record. German in Indiana ISTOAXAPOLIS. 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 commissioners. Arrested for Arson. .MroDLKTOwx, Conn., Jnne Swede named Charles Peterson was ar- rested yesterday for settin- a dozen fires at Cobalt. E. C. Wooster of the Britain Herald, secured the evi- dence against Peterson and will receive ?1.200 reward. is pre- A little caughter of Frank Weriman while playing with other children in ine barn of .Daniel Kagey Sunday fell from s clover bullerand sustained a slight fracture board of Hope. -Time 24. -The pardons yesterday rwm- ihai dt-atfa sentence in ih  to 8th inst, The press censorship law. which was recently put into fr.ro.-. and which general discontent veraacjar newspaper men of Japan has been rescinded. react- Kt-itnn in Honolulu. FRASCISCO. -Tune er Zcalandia whicla arrived from Hono- lulu yesterday afternoon, brings the fol- lowing advices: The   sent from the cajiital a njonlh. and a rt-- x-piion in every village and district that ihe passed through. In sverythinif remains quiet, and it as y to continue so nnl'rs? the few mal- cpatort? of the and crowd succeed in slirrin rouble their fow which not at all lifceh-. the cabinet may take place, anticipated that anything will that will disturb the present peac-ful situation. Gaelic SAX FRANCISCO, June 24. Prince i Georsre of Greece, who accomoanied tbe np somr per ct difference. Royal Baking Powder, Strongest, Purest, Most Economical. Certain baking powder makers arc publishing falsified extracts from the Government reports, with pretended analyses and certificates, wherein an attempt is made to compare their baking powders with the or making bogus tests from house to house, their obvious purpose being to counteract the recent exposures of the inferiority of their own goods arising from their impurity, low strength, and lack of keeping qualities as shown by the Government chemists and others. As to whether any of these baking powders are equal to the the official tests clearly deter- mine. When samples of various baking powders were purchased from the grocers, and analyzed by the United States Government Chemists and the Chemists of State and City Boards of Health, the reports revealed the fact that the "Royal" contained from 28 per cent to 60 per cent, more leavening strength than any other cream of tartar baking pow- der and also that it was more perfectly made, of purer ingredients, and altogether wholesome. As these powders are sold to consumers at the same price, by the use of the Royal Baking Powder there is an average saving of over one besides the advantage of assured purity and of food, and of bread, biscuit and cake made perfectly Kcnt> sweet, and pa! not to be had in the use of the Tow grade, cheaply made bakmg powders that contain lime, alum, and otheHmpurities. NEWSPAPER!   

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