Mansfield Weekly News in Mansfield, Ohio
8 Sep 1892

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8 Sep 1892

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Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1892, Mansfield, OhioS be that the Date the yellow Label Corres Ponds with the Date your receipt. The weekly news w atom the Date and renew your Sab ascription before the time expires. Ohio 18. Weekly news vol. 8. Mansfield o., thursday september 8, 1892. No. 36 Oor 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 news to this office As late As 8 a. M. Thursday. Mrs. Fred Huffman died thursday night after a Long ordeal suffering from a stomach malady. The Rev. William Smith officiated at her obsequies which occurred saturday. The remains the venerable mar Cus Day who died thursday at Cale Donia Marion county where he had lived a few months with his son Elzy were brought Here for interment sat urday. The eve. Or. Smith conducted the fun Terai services the deceased who was born in Washington county pa., in 1808. His father built a Cabin in the Forest about three Miles North Lexington in 1814 and the following year his family came. Marcus Day was married in Troy township in 1830 to Mary Ann Young who died about so years ago. Their surviving children Are Joseph Cyrus Martin William and Elzy. He United with the meth Odist Church Over 50 years ago had officiated As Justice the peace and held other positions Trust. Fred Beverstock mrs. Rebecca Kyner and her son William went to Cardington wednesday to attend the obsequies Thomas Patterson who died aug. 29 after a few hours ulness. The deceased was a half brother mrs. Kyner and was born in Lexing ton in the year 1827. He was married in Lexington nearly 40 years ago to Mips Agnes Baughman daughter Jacob Baughman who made Bis and vent Here in 1831. Mid. Patterson and a daughter mrs. Jennie Gurley sur Vive him Charles Smurr san Francisco general freight agent the Southern Pacific Railroad came sept. 2 a visit to his Mother and Job. Sowers. Or. And and daughter and Koscoe Skiles son attorney , Shelby were the guests mrs. C. King thursday. There was a reunion the comrades the third Ohio cavalry at Lexing ton thursday. Veterans were present from Sandusky Columbus and other places and were regaled with a Lux urious dinner a the Council room. Miss Isa George and miss Nellie hol Ler were delegates from the congregational and presbyterian churches respectively to the Christian Endeavor convention at Ashland last week. Mayor Earhart who had been visit ing his old Home at Hanover Licking county re tuned recently with his Mother who will be Bis guest awhile. Thomas Miller came to the reunion has been the guest George Williams. The performers at the entertainment Given by the Princess Mich Lorick com Pany Bellville saturday evening were very proficient and often encoded and the affair was a financial Success for the Endeavor society under whose auspices it was Given. Or. And mrs. W. Thuma Johns Ville. Were the Guesta relatives Here sunday. Bert and Ira Mcclure who reside near Fredericktown have recently been the guests their parents . And mrs. Joe Mcclure. William Bonham has been visiting friends in Bucyrus. Charles a Slough has been the guest m. S. Moore s family in Mansfield nearly two weeks. A. B. Richardson and daughter Williamsport Morrow county were recently guests p. Kyner s family. Miss Dunn Springfield has recently been the guest mrs. J. Sprig gins her aunt near Lexington. Miss Minnie Kyner has entertained her Cou in from Mansfield. Miss Maggie Bonham has been the guest for ends in Bucyrus and Crest line Over a week. Or. And mrs. William Feininger have recently been the guests mrs. F. Richey their daughter in Perry township. The ladies the f. M s. Gave a festival at the Franklin Church last saturday evening. They had a Good crowd Nice ice Cream supper and realized a Nice sum. Mrs John Taylor and daughter Gypsie from Wooster paid a visit a few Days with the Osbun families ast Reed Wells and Clein Zeitler made a trip to the islands Erie and had a splendid time for a few Days. Mrs. Elizabeth Osbun returned last saturday from a couple months stay in Akron and accompanied by her daughter mis. Charlie Lynde. Miss Mabel Horn made a visit a few Days with . Shipley in the City recently. Miss Etta Crabbs spent a few Days friends Here last week and re turned to Wooster to school saturday. Mrs. Stone the Good Templar gave three lectures in the Milton Church last week. Carl Osbun started to school at Hud son last week at the Western Reserve Academy. His Osbun accompanied him and remained a couple Days. Mrs. Louisa Hughes bus returned from a three months stay with her daughter mrs. Hainley at Junction ind. Miss Edith accompanied her Mother Home from Mansfield where she has been staying. A dumber the neighbors have Dis. Covered that Oats Baa taken its Llight from their granades in the night. Mrs. Henrietta Hale and daughter gave an afternoon Lawn fete to 30 More friends and relieve last wednesday. Croquet and other Ganes were enjoyed by All. The party was Given As a Goodby visit with William Hale who returns to Iowa soon per haps to stay and perhaps to return to Ohio and Maycea his native state a Home again. A reunion the Ward Sisters with their families took place last thursday at the Home Palmer. The six Sisters were present All the Hus bands with one exception and Only two the children absent and with their Only Uncle John Ward and a Friend two in All comprising 30 members. The eldest one present was nearly 80 years the youngest one 7. After dinner All engaged in out doors games 5 Young and old join ing in the Joyful sport and with the tender Little hand clasped in that Uncle aunt Cousin All joined in a merry ring frolic. As each one departed for Home a prayer ascended that not one be missing at the next family meeting. Ezra Osbun returned with his son in Law Milo Lee to Plymouth last week to make a visit. Miss Fannie Charles expects to Start today tuesday for Kenton Hardin county to make a visit with her aunt mrs. Atuba Charles. Will Hout started monday morn ing to work at Alta where he has a Large ditch to excavate. Ontario. Mrs. Burwell a former resident this township died at her Home in Crawford county and was buried in the u. Cemetery Here aug. 26. Mrs. Webber died at the Home her son in Law re Iben Greenfield South town sept. 1. The obsequies took place saturday conducted by elder Thomas the interment was at pleasant Hill graveyard. Miss Stella Jordaan starts thursday a visit to her sister mrs. Jacob bit Ner at Olney 111. Miss Boyd a revivalist Wheeling w. Is the guest mis Mamie Ricksecker. She will preach at the m. E. Church next sunday morning and evening. The . A. E. Thomas will preach his last Sermon Here for this Confer ence year sept. 17. He has Given Tuch general satisfaction that we but voice the wish the Community that he be returned. The Carpenter work the exterior . Beall s new residence is nearly completed. The building is covered with slate. Some wheat was sowed last week. The bulk the crop will be put out this week. The frequent showers late were a great help in preparing the seed bed. Although the yield was not what was expected for the amount Straw there will be a Good acreage put out. The Clover seed crop is nearly a total failure owning mostly to the drought Las summer barring killing frosts for a couple weeks More the Corn crop will be up to the average for Mer years. Elder Thomas preached a temper Ance Sermon from 2nd Cor. 5-17, Sun Day evening to a full House he did what but few Public speakers succeed in doing when discussing that ques Clear politics. The ditch question that has been agitated Southwest town for a number years has finally come to a head. We understand the petition has been signed by mrs. Kindig and the Bond by mrs. G. W. Roe and James Crow. The land owners the line the proposed ditch will Likely oppose it. . O. E. Swikart a former Lucas boy but now Toledo is spending his vacation with his parents. Or. Swigart is connected with a Large dry goods store and his Many friends will be pleased to learn that he is doing Well. Sherman Ross an Engineer the Northwestern railway dropped in us for a few Days. This title he concluded that he would not come alone so he brought his Bride with him and All his friends join in wishing him Many years happiness and Prosper Ity our merchants did a Large business saturday Wirht. F. N. Wallace started tuesday morning for Rome ga., in Hope that a change climate might be beneficial to his health. His Mother went along to nurse him. Mrs. A h. Myers tb.3 Landlady the Myers House is quite ill at this writing with malarial fever . And mrs. K. Parry have eone to Cleveland business Charles Wiles conducts their business Here during their absence. Miss May Parry returned Home from Neloway sunday with a bad attack malarial fever but is slowly improving at this writing c c Staman retraces his Steps this week and moves Back to Mifflin. Mrs. Anna Sunkle is spending a few Days with her parents . And mrs. George Wilson. Or. Mcfarland Blooming Rove will preach in the Village one week from next sunday. Miss Mary Otter Spring Mills is work tight c h. A s. Jedith Taylor and Howard Stone have been sick recently the polled Aberdeen Angus cattle that Willis m. Sturges sent from Here to the Ashland fair took first Premium. Mrs. Oberlin Kitty Ford John Ford and Thomas Oberlin. Of Mars Field visited. W. Taylor a tuesday. C h. Purver and wife visited at Bell Ville last week. R. is working in mans Field. On the Rew House at c. Aus the Sturges farm. To . And mrs. A. C. Baker a son also to . And mrs. Ezra Mcparland a son and monday sept. 5, to . And mrs. W. E. Sirpless a son. As the fathers the above sons Are All Good republicans Washington township will be redeemed in at least 21 years hence. The Columbus Agency now sends pension checks to this Village every three months to the amount How about that reunion the news correspondents it would be rather difficult for the news Force to participate in it from the fact that All the news Force work about ten hours a Day every Day in the year. Jbutler. Mrs. Harry Eberhart Mczena was the Jcu Edt her parents Rev. And mrs. F. Bone the latter part last week. Or. And mrs. Lee Kanaga it. Wayne ind., were the guests rela Tives Here last week. Ike Wharton has moved into the Andrews Brick West town. Will schooly Weston o., is working for. L. Barr in the capacity piano and Organ Salesman. William ski very and a. Mons each lost an aged horse last week. Sam Mclaughln has beep transferred to Fostoria Telegraph office. Al Grubb 13 occupying Sam s berth Here. Manuel Mcclellan went to Chicago to help Lay track for the b. O. To the world s fair ground. A party lawyers and county officials camped near Newville last week Hunting and fishing. The Rev. F. Bone delivered his fare Well Sermon for this conference year sunday morning. The ordinance baptism was administered after serv ice-1. The 2nd annual reunion co. O. V. I. Occurred thursday at the Resi Dence r w. Bell East town. A splendid dinner was served a table spread under the Evergreen Trees in Yard which Aceti notated about 50 per sons. R. B Mccrory Mansfield made the a address Welcome in behalf co. Other remarks were made by Manuel , Daniel Gallagher Mansfield and Squires Myers and Shelby r. W. Bell and Many others. Will Rouse Mansfield took a picture the crowd. The reunion next year will be held at Thomas Simmons. Miss Bert Wilson is visiting relatives in Michigan. Or. And airs. C. Segrist visited at Mansfield Over sunday the guests relatives. Siseretta Flaharty the Battle Creek mich., sanitarium is visiting relatives in this Vicinity. The Many friends m. C. Forbes near Davis gave him a Surprise wednesday account his having reached his 62d birthday anniversary. A handsome Arm chair wag presented him and everybody enjoyed a Good time. A great Deal stealing in going in the Vicinity Newville it is said. Capac. J. B. Taylor Wooster was in attendance at the reunion co. H., thursday. This is the company . T. Commanded during the War. Jackson township. The ladies the Reform Church at Shelby held a social at . And mrs. John Hartman s last tuesday even ing which was quite a sweep financially and . And mrs. Thomas Sher ick will entertain the members the Reform Church and others their Home sept. 10. S. S. Bricker spent sunday in Jack son. Frank Laird Columbus spent a few with his parents the first last week. Riley Dunlap has bought a bicycle. Mrs. George Roush has been sick Lor some Days. 3fot a Cay in tic United suites. Washington sept. A single Case cholera exists today within boundaries the United states As far As government officials at Washington Are advised and if our efforts said acting Secretary Spauldin ones Day not a will occur m our Bor convict in Capri. Columbus. P., sept. Henry Welch. Who was received from Shelly Sonnta in feb., 18512, for Honse breaking escaped from the Penitentiary by thereof route. He let himself Down sixty feet to the ground by a rope made bed clothing. Children s Home. Is the institution Lor the month the trustees the children s Home at their last regular Meelius made the following appropriations m to wry. Rojy for june _ _. S174 i k t _ _ 2s h Hnry by win. I Jauis if is w f Unity. Ivory 4 i Bros 7 4s w it a Quirit 4 i new Yor hire to i Ai ii Imok Grain 6 Vij h Jit Simell maj ?.j Fil m Macii Wajna a Flo _ _ 7 repairs k a v l 4 Iii a w Troy i Iuah pts a ii if s Samuel , 2 Tola t69s c a. C. Baker Haa commenced work Wund tee great prize Light at new Orleans last night Between and Cor Belt won by the Jatter who knocked oat Sullivan in the 21st a decided improvement to the condition ail Irv at the now Oil station. S. A sept. Or. Jen Kins now ays after crib ustation with . Byron that there Are Only two new cases a Anila child removed from Hoffman i land to the Hospital at Swinburne Island and one death prob ably the Rug a. A representative the French line made some remarks concern ing the loss to the various lines. He calculates the French line s loss to be per month and says it is reasonable to suppose that the Haraburd american company is losing More. Or Jenki Ite decline the services sex sir Geo general Hamilton As he considers in present Force adequate. The i51nck still floats. The police sergeant in charge the police squad Board the tug Golden Rod reported to the officer in charge at quarantine at 7 clock tuesday morn ing that the tug f. M. Vosburg owned by we Man 12 South Street new York chartered by a new York news after had Ueen around the Nora Annia evidently trying to 65 with her Passen Gers. When the Golden Hod attempted to overhaul the Vosburg the latter lost no time Jyh heading for new York. Or. Jenkins immediately telegraphed to col Lector the port Henric pfc requesting him to Piave the tugs License revoked for violation quarantine regulations this action could i t be taken the Doc Tor asked that a warrant be sworn out for the Captain s arrest. It was Den a at quarantine tuesday morning Itiat Brooklyn has not any thing to Fea from the steamship Elbro the Nikon line which reached her wharf Mon a with a partial cargo rags from Hull. England via Boston. William one . Jenkins deputies boarded her and found after an investigation that the cargo was All right and lid the Boston Quai Antine. Thue in absolutely no danger from tier. And Hamburg sept. The cholera is making Ster by and rapid Progres-3 in this City Aii i the transparent denials the authorities now Only deceive those who wish to deceived. The appalling increase in the number fresh and deaths 1-ist saturday left the people almost without Hope the Abate. Sent the disease sunday was too slight to entourage them. Mon Day another heavy increase in the sick list and death list has consummated their helplessness and despair. The number fresh cases monday was 969, eighty More than sunday the num Ber is deaths 350, seventy three mine than sunday the interments 350, seventy five More than sunday. The newspapers Are virtually dumb As to this increase and most the sanitary officials open their Mouths Only to falsify the facts. But few men connected with the City government can be induced to acknowledge the truth and they speak by the condition that what they say should not be published in the City their fears creating a panic Here however Are apparently superfluous As the real state affairs is revealed by the increasing efforts the authorities to meet the emergency. The number inspectors and physicians employed by the City hag been doubled and one can not walk the streets without meeting half a dozen agents the health department. Services prayer Are held daily by the clergy. They Are Well attended. Just before and after the services there is a semblance like in the streets at other hours Only serv ants going to Market officials the health department Are seen. Lare reports that the disease is gaining ground in the City and the mortality is disproportionately head among female patients. Viany deaths Are occurring in asyl uras and up to monday evening the interments since aug. 20 have numbered an Ful. I True Chat Coo sept t. Through what appears to be the carelessness some one All the local health authorities a train Load immigrants from european port was brought to this City the Between 11 clock and tuesday night and allowed to go their Way unmolested without fumigation inspection any kind. The depot police As Well As the train men All expected confidently that m from the Chicago health department would be hand to Nii w proper in ventilation before the were landed and were non plied when that Tho eur were to iw5 allowed logo they pirated without interruption. It would be utterly impossible for the Anthonies to the Imit Granis Ali i off in Chicago and those 1 Nond resumed it in Jonir the the health per went were awakened wednesday inclining. Mot the crowd were i 7- rom the Garden having landed there uni Jer to c that 1hey were not Frt in Choli a infect lint they no Majier

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