Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald , August 2, 1894

PLAMSV1LLK.Afta Fawcett was in Marietta last weekon business.Isaac Monroe and wife, of Chester ore | Hill, are guests of Job Clark.Monthly business meeting of the Ep-worth League next Monday night.Mrs. Sarah Cordray lias gone to Marietta, where she expects to remain for some time.wnsinau mlt; paves i The present dry weather 1ms affected crops very much, especially corn and ^ garden truck. ' » *■W. H. Hardin, our genial constable, 'Vl his I'ftHffreatly improved his house by giv- wi iug it a new coat of paint. BOmi ▼ -«COiex-■lto‘k.ewayneksicele,las ! The Tip worth League were recently j | very pleasantly entertained at the resi-i deuce of ,L. 1\I. Fawcett with an ice J ! cream social. About forty leaguers ! a ; re‘ 1 were present and all report a good time.Last Friday, while hauling coal inthe McKinley mine at Latrobe, Albert Wilson was struck by a large piece of draw slate, weighing COO pounds, which fell from the roof. The slate struck him on the shoulder and hack, but the force of the blow was broken by the car which prevented him from being killed outright. His external injuries were slight but bis internal injuries were so great that he died the next day about noon. He leaves a wife and tbree small children to mourn their loss.The death of thiB young man is a sad one, rendered doubly so by the fact that he was just in the prime of life and the sole support of his little family. The bereaved ones have the sympatl^ of the entire community. The” remains were interred in the Alt. Hermon cemetery.daayskatinorit,it.caStifiefalSOIbelinatAtHterjSOItietinricsinof