Mansfield Weekly News in Mansfield, Ohio
26 Mar 1891

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26 Mar 1891

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Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1891, Mansfield, OhioThe weekly news. Ohio 17. 7. Mansfield o., thursday March 26, 1891. No. 12 our neighbors. John Lanehart of Mansfield recently visited William. Lanehart his brother. Miss Shafer of Bellville has been the guest of miss Carrie Shafer. William Thuma of Johnsville visited relatives Here last week. Following Are the officers of the live Stock company w. Ident William r. Mckee vice presi Dent Barney Beverstock Secretary and treasurer directors Henry Eek Art c. B. Frank Painter s. Appleman and w. R. Mckee. George Spoolman s family moved last week to where has a Posi Tion As Telegraph operator. H. S. Moore was saturday awarded the contract for building the cheese and butter factory. Mrs. Meese and mrs. Baxter of Mansfield were the guests of the Rev. Or. Street s family Friday. John Gal a of Mansfield was the guest of Charlie Brown his Cousin last week. Miss Maxwell i has returned to her Home at Kirby. Mrs. William. Wilson and mrs. Frank Lantz visited relatives in Bellville from Friday till sunday tha literary coterie met at miss Mamie Moore a Friday night. George Sou of Vincent Lewis of this Vicinity is now a fireman on the Union Pacific Railroad with head quarters at Omaha. A letter was received saturday from Davenport xeb., announcing that James a. Boggs sr., was lying at the Point of death. Mike Cahill will erect a House on the site of Bis old building near the rail Road. Robe Miller son of George Miller is prospering in the Concrete and Asphalt business at Trinidad col. W. Daugherty has secured a position with the Platt Carriage works. Mrs. D. Stoub has sold to William Kyner four acres of land East of Lexington for 5350. William Kyner s new residence will be erected on the site of the old Brick House on the Mansfield Road. Attorney j. C. Laser of Mansfield was at colonel Brown s March 19. Arthur Lindsey of Mansfield visited his parents Here last week. Frank Bailey c. B. Doudna h. Boggs Charles Mitchell and other knights of pythias were to Belville one night last week. Sterling r. Green of Mansfield was recreating in Lexi gum last Friday mrs. Tobias Inke visited relatives in Berville several Days recently. William r. Mckee. Of Mansfield. Visited or. Acid mrs. H. S. Moore his wife s parents saturday. Mrs. Thomas Brown has improved recently. The remains of Charles Cracraft who was buried at fair View in the year 1872, will be placed beside his wife Jane Cracraft lately deceased in the Lexington cemetery. Or. Sager has rented for a year the property of Robert Colwell deceased of which j. D. Colwell is administrator. Or. Davis of Worth Lugton township has recently been the guest of t. Fike s family. Miss Minnie Keller went to Toledo last week to reside there permanently. Colonel r. C. Brown has been prostrated since Friday. Levi Ritter designs building a new residence East of Lexington. John Heiser will occupy mrs. Martin Hiskey s residence. Samuel Swartz who moved to it. Vernou a year ago will return april 1 and resume business on main Street. W since the Price of the wok key news has been reduced from is ,50 to is. A. Year new subscribers have been going in rapidly. The Best newspaper in the country and Only is. A year Are great inducements. To Lofflin. J. H. Matthews and c. J. Stamatu have moved to Lucas to take charge of the commercial House at that place Jacob Porlier and f. B. Balliett. Two retired Farmers moved to this place occupying the dwellings vacated by Matthews and Staman. J. H. Snyder of Mansfield moved on the Porlier farm East of town. George Grunewald closed his school at Buckeye Hall on last Friday evening with an entertainment. Or. Koch of Putnam county the new contractor of the Hayesville Mifflin Aud Mansfield mail through this place last week inspect ing the route. Miss Dottie sunday of Waverly is Here 011 a prolonged visit to her friends. De Laver the iroc Erysian of maus Field was Here on business last week. J. Ritemon. Of was Here last week calling on i friends. Waller height by Lias returned from his Western tour. He went As far As Portland Ore. J. Zehner is Homo from Whiten Foerg College. He spending vacation wit i Kliza hits hey is seriously ill with trouble. Tin following officers were elected at the h. Sabbath school on last Sab Bath superintendent j. A by assistant superintendent Xiv. W. Secretary miss Myrtle Hart treasurer. A. My ready chorister h. B. Mat thews on army Emma Englc assistant organist miss Eva Hout executive committe Kev. Kosht and superintendent. B. J. Sex of Licio w. A. Bachelder w. W. And Benjamin Hosteller. Pendent late last evening to inform that he had made an assignment his interests in the Bone aide and heat foot Oil Mill to Hen Brown and air be for the Benefit of the multitude of his creditors. Hard times and the High Price of plugs he says Are the causes of the assignment. What kills will also cure is Hen. Koogle s motto hence he locks his Wagon both up and Down Hill his brother Lute says he has the laugh in him now. He laughs Best who laughs since the Price of the weekly news has been reduced from si.50 to is a year new subscribers have been going in rapidly. The Best newspaper in the county and Only is i year Are great inducements. Ropert tuesday with the intention 1 moving to Mansfield soon. J. W Charles moved this week onto is father s farm and will Baer started housekeeping in the House vacated by in. Charles. Since the Price of the news has been reduced from si.50 to is a ear new subscribers have been going u rapidly. The Best newspaper in the county and Only is a year Are great in a cements. Incus. The Many friends of g. L. Stevens and wife Are sorry to know that have moved to Mansfield. We were anxious to have them locate Success to them wherever they Are. D. B. Jones moved his family to t. A. Parry s House and George Fishack moved to the Jones property last week. James Ross and family visited at Bloomville on saturday. T. A. Parry made a business trip to Loudonville monday. We met or. John Maglott of mans Field on our streets saturday. John Miller and wife of new Washington visited friends Here this week. The Lucas Stone co., shipped its firs car of Stone for the season of wednes Day. We understand they expect to put in a lot of machinery and will ship More Stone this season than any three years before. Quite a serious Accident occurred to a son of landlord r. H. Myers. While at play with some other boys he f breaking his left Arm. By the this is the fourth time he Lias had the same Arm broken. There is quite a great Deal of talk of John Fox purchasing a Fine bred dog the local gun club did some shooting at their grounds last r riday but Don t ask Loomis who had the highest score if you meet a stranger on our streets wearing a smile and reaching for your hand to shake while you Are still half a Block away you can rest assured that he is candidate. The ladies Aid society of the Luth eran Church will serve Ham and eggs at the Church saturday come and hear How the ladies earned the Dollar. We notice that the families of or. S Mathews and c. Stamatu of Miflin moving into the commercial hous and by the Way they Are fixing and cleaning things up they expect to keep hotel As it should be kept. If we Are to judge by the talk we Hea on the Corners about building and improving our town will certainly Nav a look of decided improvement before Arturr a leaves begin to fall since the Price of the week new has been reduced from si.50 to is year new subscribers have been Goin in rapidly. The Best newspaper in the county and Only is a year Are great inducements. Hud Williams that Lute Koogle has established a Way station at Mansfield and Miflin for the storage of heavy freight during the mud blockade. Koogle called on your Corres Pavon la. 19, Joseph Hout 67 years. He was an old resident o Madison township having resided of Many 3 ears where he died. 1 mile Southwest of Windsor. He left a i and six children to Grieve for a Kin husband and father. William Ashton an old and Well remembered resident of Weller town ship was buried at Lima on the kit inst. He with a Large family of Broth ers and one sister were raised on the now Martin farm. The Kev. Charles Ashton of Iowa after attending his brother s Bose tiie at Lima came Here to pay a visit t his Brothers in Law messes. Allen an Joseph Haverfield. Mrs. Hughes attended the funeral of her Uncle or. Ashton a Lima. W. B. Hale has returned from Spokane Falls to stay awhile with his wit owed Mother. Mrs. Cora Horn and miss Jessie Hale spent a few Days at or. Boles at Lucas last week. Scott Hickox of Mansfield paid a visit to friends Here last week. Chauncey Williams county is spending some time with his aged father Calvin Stewart and with ins Brothers and sister. Miss Florence Robinson has returned from Lerea College to spend her Kaster vacation. Mrs w. A. Fleming son and Daugh Ter will spend the easter vacation with at this place. in Setinc services will be held at the Milton Church next Satur Day and Sabbath. Hughes will conduct the services. The easter services arc postponed at Milton. Since the Price of the news has been reduced from i to a Vear new have been Point in rapidly. The Best newspaper in the county Only is a year Are great in do events. Or. John map Lott since finishing Bis has been re Mica in in this . Albeit kt7, moved last thursday on to n farm formerly owned by his brother c. W. Khz of Mansfield. Mitchell moved last Friday to his new Homo on the Ward farm. Mrs. Finney of near Mansfield has been visiting the past week with her sister mrs. Stewart. Frank Donnan began work last Mon Day for j. H. Fulton of Washington township. Or. And mrs. Will Hoover lost their youngest child the fore part of last week with Membranous croup. Marion Schrack sold All his personal a proposition from parties residing at Canton is now before our citizens or the sum of they agree to Jome to Plymouth and engage in the manufacture of Patent Heaters in connection with their foundry. Fate Gunsaullus co. And e. M. Freese jo., of this place promised them their Buidry work the latter now having their casting done in Cleveland. The Money they ask for is to be loaned to hem free for one year and at the rate of six per cent the remaining our years according to the terms of heir proposition. A committee of 32 men has been formed with the purpose of purchasing the old presbyterian Church now owned by m. and fixing the place according to their demands and then lease the place to them at a Small rental. The property can be bought for and those in charge of the scheme feel confident that they will have no trouble in Mak ing satisfactory terms with the proprietors of the new concern. A com Mittee of two from Here will go to can ton or else one of the firm will be asked to come Here this week when it is hoped the matter will be finally settled. With the above Industry and the new machine works to be erected As soon As the weather permits we have reason to smile and that s what we Are doing every Day. Mack Rogers is a Nice addition to the West Side of his House which adds to the looks of his property and convenience of his Home. D. B. King is erecting an addition to his building to be occupied by weather by the photographer As a business room about the Middle of april. R. E. Mekee agent of the b. O. Railroad at this place will put up a p House this Spring on Bell Street nearly opposite the old mrs. Fred Portner has been Hwy sick for some tune past and is still in a pre carious condition. Her daughter mrs. Doty of Salt Lake City has been called Home on account of her serious condition. Jesse f. Waite. Lately of the firm of Sherman Waite has bought an in Terest in a grocery in Cleveland. Tom White who has been seriously ill for the past few Mouths is what better at this writing. Miss Lizzie Streit of Fremont re turned Home saturday after a three weeks visit with her Cousin mrs. Charles Mcclinchey. Jackwon there Are two justices of the peace to be elected in Jackson this Spring. The cold weather of last week was a severe blow on the wheat crop in heaving up the roots. The Hack failed to make its trip to Peter Kuhn s last thursday on account of and the ladies on North main missed a very enjoyable time at or. And mrs. Peter Kuhn s. Ben laser moved to the Henry farm last week. Miss Addie Sanders of West Vir Ginia who is making her Home with or. And mrs. John Mansfield was visiting her aunt mrs. Mary j. Roberts of Shelby a few Days last week. We asked a member of the Farmers Alliance the other Day if they were go ing to have a ticket out this Spring. He said no. The old party was Good enough and would do for them and those interested. We now believe in our minds that the Farmers Alliance is Only a scheme to break Down one or the other of the to bridal parties. George Miller will commence his summer work at c. L. Hays monday of this week. Quite a number More of renters will change farms this week and the bad roads Are against them. The school pupils will soon have to take up their books for the summer term of school. John shill. Of Mansfield was visit ing friends in Shelby and. No doubt will make a living to West Vir Ginia in the near future. Sugar making is still on the Boom. J. Orewiler is attending m. V. Hoover s Camp. Owing to ill health or. Hoovers not Able to attend it himself. Mrs. M. V Hoover bus Uleu confined to her Home for several Days with a severe attack of rheumatism. Last tuesday evening or. And mrs. Frank Bowles entertained about 00 guests at their Home. After eating Maple tatty a while the rest of the eve Ning was spent in dancing and other amusements. The guests spent a very pleasant evening with their friends. Wednesday evening of last week about 50 persons went to the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Burr to tender them a Surprise to celebrate the seventh anniversary of their marriage. The occasion was a Success As or. And mrs. Barr were both completely sur prised. An excellent time was had by All. An excellent supper was served by the Good ladies of the neighbourhood. Mrs. Barr received a number of presents. Miss Gary Joslin of a few Days with her Friend mrs. F. Bowles. Mrs. David Stough is visiting her daughter at Newark The death of Bill the oldest horse a this Vicinity occurred sunday night. He was the property of n. Mitchell and was 29 years old. He hunted Fox Ever since he was 3 years old and took his last Hunt Only a few weeks ago while last Spring by the Side of another horse he slowed two acres of Sod ground in a Day for two Days in Suc cession. Until a few years ago he could jump any Ordinary Fence without touching a rail and seemed to enjoy the fun while chasing a Fox. Since the Price of the weekly news has been reduced from s1.50 to is a year new subscribers have been g oing in rapidly. The Best newspaper in the county and Only is per year Are great ind uce Aerts. Betl Volle. The funeral of mrs. Isabel Simpson formerly of Columbus 0., occurred March a interment being made in the Bellville cemetery. Mrs. Simpson was raised in this Vicinity. She and her husband George Simpson became de ranged several years ago and both have been confined in the Central Asylum. They were the parents of eight child Ren All of whom Are prosperous and have exhibited a Dutiful and affectionate disposition to their afflicted parents. J. M. Lefevre our old time clerk who is proprietor of a drug store in Garrett in hint con. G. W. Mcfarland is having a couple of weeks vacation from Tea cling at Hickory Hall. Grandmother Hamilton has been

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