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Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1892, Mansfield, OhioBe that the Date the yellow Label Corres Ponds with the Date your receipt. S Ohio weekly 8. True weekly news w Mansfield o., thursday april 7, 1892. Atom the Date pm the Label and renew your subscription before the time no. 14 our neighbors. Special correspondents 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 news extraordinary importance correspondents May Tele phone the to this office As late As 8 a. A thursday. Pie s ticket. The people s ticket was elected. Thomas Hanna has rented the Foos property and moved into it tues Day. I. H. Mathews is not going Back to Mifflin this Spring. He has rented Here for another season. Lexington. Alesander Poland Kinsey ind., has been in Lexington his former Home several Days. Or. Poland sold his residence Frederick Street to Philip Wentz. Miss verde Bachelder was the guest friends in Johnsville the past week. Miss Anna Mcclure daughter . And mrs. Joe Mcclure has gone to buggies to reside with mrs. Mina Sarkett. Mrs. Beverstock and were the guests m. 8. Moored family . Una Knox no. Alma Cantwel. Inea. Mrs John h. Leite went to Lexing ton account Ine illness her Molher mrs. S. Wiir Rode. Albert Tucker Lentone ind., is visiting relative Here this week. Or. Frank Henry 5hiloh, was Here sunday with his father Samuel Henry an old citizen who has been very ill for several Mou is. Henry Stevens is vis iting fiends Here. A Large number men Are at work East town grading for the new rail Road. Don t forget the p. A. Swigart Post g. A. R. Entertainment and Camp fire saturday evening april 9. Walter Fletcher s new building is nearly completed. William Bear has the basement his new residence completed. Misses Daisy and May Parry visited at James Shal Baugh last sunday. A great Deal interest was manifested herein the were two tickets in the Field one was the citizens ticket the other the peo Fanon to. William Damback died at his Home four Miles Northeast Mansfield april 1, 1892, aged 64 years and 8 months. He was born in Enk Irsh Germany and came to America in 1851 was married to Henrietta Schmutzler in 1853 at Cincinnati. They had nine children seven whom with the Mother Are living. The deceased served As a Soldier in the German army for three years and at the close received honorable recognition from King William for bravery and for being one Only five his regiment who survived the War. He also served in the Union army during the rebellion. He was an upright and just Man and strictly honest in All his dealings. He was Laid to rest in the Mansfield cemetery the Mclaughlin Post which he was a member Tak ing charge the remains. Samuel Nail officiated at the Home where the children were All in attendance excepting mrs. Sherman a a Missouri and the eldest son William Illinois. Wilbur Hersh and wife have Given up moving to their Home at Lima and will instead make their Home in Mansfield soon. Miss Florence Garrison has returned from school at Wauseon. Fulton county Ais. Kate Grice has come to a visit to her Richland county friends from Denver col., where she has been for Over three years. Elder Lyon conducted services at the quarterly meeting at Milton last Sabbath the Rev. Painter acting in the same capacity at Adario. Mrs. Ellen Hughes and daughters have moved to Nora k. Miss Maggis Colwell commences school next monday at the Bridgeport school South the City. John Hersh and hands expect to commence George Koogle s new Dwel Ling House next week. Bloomin Grove Lorrow county account the quarterly meeting at Ontario april 10, the easter con Cert the m. E. Sunday school is postponed until easter sunday april 17, at 7i30 p. M. All invited. Miss Lou Dickerson commenced the Spring term school at Riverside two Miles West monday. Mra. J3._ children Wood Street Mansfield parents . Mcfarland the Hist the week returning Home monday. Mrs. S. R. Rauhauser and daughter Patsey it. Guerad and her sister a a Gertie Kirkpatrick Marion Are visiting their parents Here this week. Adam paste and family moved onto the old Cass farm near Ebenezer Church monday. His House in town will be occupied by Leo Crispin. Little Freddie Snyder 4 years old while playing at the woodpile with some other Little boys had the misfortune to have three fingers his left hand chopped with an a. John Boggs went to Shelby monday to engage with the tubing works thera. Ontario. Quarterly meeting april 9 and 10. We consulted the wrong almanac last week. The Rev. R. C. Criswell was in town last week. He has been engaged in pastoral labors in Indiana the past Winter his family living in Caledonia. The family will now move to indie a to their new Field labor. Mrs. George Kirkland visited at Marion a couple Days last week. Rus and John Palmer opened a provision and notion store in the Hack Edom room under the firm ame Palmer Brothers. The Village school commenced Mon Day miss Nora Marshall teacher. The u. P. Church has been without a pastor Lor some time. We understand there will be no preaching for several months yet. Or. Beall went to a Headsville har Rison county monday to the funeral his father. Olives Burr. Will Lynn who was visiting his Brothers in Stark county a week has returned Home. Mrs. Clara Muhu who has been vis iting with her parents returned Home. Rolla Rution Shelby visited friends Here sunday. William Scott and William Shade spent sunday with a b. Gettleman. James Stone visited his sister a few Days ago. Mrs. Jef Calon who has been quite sick for some time is again Able to be around. Mary itch Mansfield is Home with her brother Joshua Kirk Wood moved from the state Iowa the old Home place. The Post office has again been changed to another building. This time it is in the North part town in i. Con Ley s House. Miss Lizzie Maglott began her school at White Hall monday. The banners around Here brought in their buckets last week believing that sugar making was Over for the season. Lawrence Smith South Lucas is working for a. Dickson now. Frank Donnan has been at Home the past few Days. William Mitchell had a cow killed by lightning the night March 26. J. M. Frederick had his shop Wood House and smoke House burned last Friday night and Only by great difficulty saved his House and barn from destruction also. Miss Lulu Hersh from South Lucas began the summer term school at Maple Grove monday. The pleasant Hall Alliance have decided to meet the first tuesday each month instead once in two weeks As they formerly did. Jackson township. Or. And mrs. John b. Brooks have moved to Shelby. Our summer schools will commence next week for a four month term. Misa Anna Clark will teach in no. 6 and miss Clara Brown in no. 4. Mis. Jacob Kuhn was taken ill last week. Among the pleasant things that happened in Jackson last week was a re Union families at the Home . And mrs. G. U. Kuhn in Honor his new brother in Law and wife . And mra. Barry. A sumptuous dinner was served. Held for Ransom. Two men offer to produce a i Iang girl for one Hundred dollars. Springfield o., april 4. May mar tin aged sixteen disappeared from the Home her widowed ago wednesday night. Mother a week two men Evi Dently Young bloods appeared at the residence a Friend the Mother and offered to produce the girl for they would not reveal their identity. It is thought they have her confined in the City. Fatally injured byte machinery. Cedas Tlle o., april m. In pm a Well known citizen about sixty years old bras caught in the machinery an elevator yesterday and was choked. He attempted to escape but his cloth ing was caught in the belting and he was whirled around rapidly the revolving Shaft. His clothing was torn from him and his leg and head were crashed. He received internal injuries and died at clock after terrible suffering. Run Down by a train. Sharon. O., april p. Allen jr., Twenty eight a Well to do Farmer living Between Gano and West Chester while his Way from Sharon to Gleri Dale was struck and instantly killed by Tram no. 17 the big four while crossing the track. His horse a valuable animal was also killed and his buggy was completely Allen leaves a wife and two children the youngest being but eight Days old. The anti chinese Bill passes the National. House by a vote Ohio legislature. Friday. Introduced to authorize the auditor upon petition one third the persons interested to appoint a com Mit inn to see about cleaning out county ditches to create a depository commission composed the president the Board Educ Tiou. Mayor and Village solicitor clerk who Beall Deposit the school funds in a Village Bank giving the highest rate to Tive persons no equip repair Gas Wlk a Lien thereon for their services and supplies. Passed House Bills con Ferring upon women s Christian associations incorporated under the Laws t in pursuance the humane and their organization certain Powers when they have established and Jam tanned branches departments known As retreats for aiding and assisting betrayed women and redeeming the fallen and in which children Are born and abandoned deserted by their parents. Senate Bills providing that trustees f ind shall be appointed by the co Famon pleas e met where there is no Stijipr. court adding to the emergency Boyl who Are empowered to authorize de Jim Jennies the chairman House and sen ate finance committees authorizing Colenty commissioners counties not hav ing work houses to release parole indigent prisoners confined to jail for Fine and costs providing for the dissolution Ami consolidation building associations by a majority vote same requiring., theft any person suing a corporation shall a fee for the said corporation a event Liat judgment is reversed in the upper courts requiring superintendents Public institutions to mate their financial report to the auditor state More Complete extending the pro visions mechanics Lien Law to Oil and Gas Lar is . Which Derric Kab a been built amending the exemption la i the wages goods married oxen May be attached for the satisfaction debts for the necessaries life. Monday. General Bills were introduced Taro had reference to the elec Laws. The other provided that per i unating elevators must be Over Twenty years age t at 4 clock and and after a number local Bills had introduced and other Busi accomplished. Joseph h. Black. Of one Mansfield n longest established merchants. Joseph h. Black the dry goods Mer chant is a native the Emerald he was born in bal Green county Donegal Ireland nov. 20. 1833. In 1861 he came to the United states Samuel Black Spring eld o., and John g. Spencer. He first located at Mcconnellsville o., where he cremated. Tuesday. require locomotive engineers to give alarms at private Crossings. Bills passed House Bis to provide that when a cause is con from one term court to another t a names the jury first selected to hear it shall be returned to the Box and a new jury drawn to authorize the state Board Public works to sell one Section the Tiami and Erie canal Reservoir land in Paulding county the proceeds to go to the county and the remainder to the state. Senate Bills to increase the Levy for Road purposes to be paid in labor one Mill throughout the state to require county commissioners to let All jobs and Over by contract to exempt married a Jitney from the operations the statutes to make the penalty for s april 4 House has a proportion1 to _ f 0 animal provide that county ditches shall be cleaned out by a commis Sion appointed by the county commissioners in response to a petition from three the abutting property holders to require that administrators Ohio estates shall be residents this state to provide a penalty imprisonment six months both for tapping electric Light Power lights without authority. Passed House Bill pro Viding for appeals from the judgment mayors villages in prosecution for Vio lation ordinances the corporation Senate Bill providing for a state Board examiners All persons permitted to practice dentistry in the state. Bills introduced providing for the amendment passed the anti chinese Bill by a vote 179 to 42. The Bill As passed absolutely prohibits the coming into the United states All chinese persons except the minister from China his attaches serv ants Etc. Condensed news. A collection interesting items Vari Ous subjects especially prepared for the Hasty header. Cullom has withdrawn from the presidential race. He favors Harrison. Tests with hand made samples our new smokeless powder show it to com pare favourably with tests made abroad. Fully persons Are ready to Rush to the new Indian lands about to be n open to settlement the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservations. Secretory Noble has telegraphed to governor say at Guthrie T., that the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reservation be opened May 15. At Altoona pa., miss Emma Fox shot and killed herself with a revolver because miss Bird Boate with she lad Fdl in in love refused to return the affection. Young Bailey Texas is Provins a veritable Holman in objection s. It is estimated that in the Northwest millions bushels wheat will be unfit for Market having been damaged in the stack and Shock. The latest in the Way trusts is the sex Cotton compress Combine. The Syndicate question. Composed northerners and Deal was made Friday in new Orleans the after Stock is placed at there Are eighteen presses the combination embracing All but two the Crescent City s plants. Everything is ready for a grand rub into the Indian reservation adjoining Oklahoma april 11 15. An uprising is reported in Peru. General debate the Tariff in the House closed saturday. The exodus negroes from Memphis to Oklahoma continues. It is believed that the British Parin win dissolve in june july. Of the australian ballot Law by the Crea Tion a suite Board elections com prised four members from each county abolishing the three Days Giace and providing that All note Etc shall be payable 011 the Day they fall due. Congress. I . Number petitions were presented the Indian appropriation Bill was taken but no vote reached. Parsed. Pion de for erection Fri ifs across the Missouri River at St. Charles. The free Wool Bill was discussed. In session. Debate Wool was continued. Springer free spoke to e Silver Bill passed 1 in to 42 her the Jang who murdered a peddle promptly punished. Alexandria. La., april 6. News has reached Here that Patrick Kelley aged fifty five a peddle was killed Sun Day Little River near Fishville. By a gang eight negroes. Four them were caught and hanged and the posse is in Pursuit the rest the gang. The killing was for the purpose getting Kelley s Money. His head quarters were at this place and he was returning. _ _ moneyed with Medicine. A d-sa3ter. Or Anil at Cincinnati lost. Panl g 1 Jen was inf at Blair and the chinese. A Iothi-1 it the Tadly and the Harrison carried Mot ii Illinois Republican county i inlay ii is claimed that China May retail i and Cornyn l All americans to to flow pry kingdom. And bar storm m the West monday an tuesday did great Damace. Judge Harper that the eight Hoar Law applies to i has been the 1 m Wyker Salv sen Talion. Both in went a it k in Rome that the Marque have a leu he to make i Umic the inside the new York. April s i senator w. And no rela Tive to my roof action toc Iuna thus far it has Frith Cut Avail Al Thouc it would lie a mat Tor Justice to rho has but a placed m a be pm Anition to Public unless it done suon 1 intend to take action in the matter myself and la Public know the inside history the Thorld if ill a aiding Vrr Vockro. Chicago april heavy Gale from the Soo West yesterday damaged the Illinois state building at the world s fair grounds to the extent a Large portion the main dome was blown Down and in the fall it carried be uni to legalize away derricks trestles Ami j ins Section the South Buck Vail j Thexton Panl 6. Governor Abbati the Bill dating the Road Abbett be nerve. Were lot. .- St v. As i the 1 j r. I i a i .1 1 i r h j i we n 1-31 i o.-4-ii is Tel d n i t i i 7ii" r Narr i 1 1 in in 1 i Rajji a Kirr a v i1 in i Start i t y. N 1j" Nin Milf -.ui1 Bucani i a drug clerk fearfully burned while . Dayton . April Paul Ham Berger. A drus clerk while left alone in the store John . Prass experimented with some liquids which he mixed in a Large bottle. While shaking the bottle it exploded and Hartberger was enveloped in flames and dangerously burned. Or to be incr and. Rushin in. Saved ice i a i i i a Are t William roustabout. Mat four Lioce i the Rale Coit mrs. George b. Easton addys ton. The the loss . Ive lie Al wit the Jolden Rule and the wharf boat. The was insured for the Cartro was valued at . And to goods the wharf boat at the i Ai a regime str in . Of k.ui-a-. Arid Vorih to ,1 the ices local i r Over if a. I itt. It 1 u the re is 1 tin it. O shot in l 1 ill m Pitt Oft who it. to a at Viii Ait to arrest hrs to he rented and they Zirhut i him e. Hurley. Him. On arid murder. 1 killed killed. Panl West afr an advices int King Sarci is de the Are no i under Captain . Menard and 1 Andrt tvs his native troops were killed. A Slio Tapa. . Of. Panl c Herk w. D. . Of Tatj mid torn has returned from Ancaster where he went to investigate e Finan Cial matters the boys Industrial school. He reports finding Andalo sly extravagant expend Flores and a de i Jency 3-. Killed i Lisp Aprl

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