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Cincinnati Daily Gazette - Ohio
Dated: Apr. 12, 1880
- Detective Norris arrived here Saturday morning in
charge of J. W. Schooley, the Baltimore grain operator,
whose arrest has been noted. Schooley was put in
jail and has little to say, but is confident he will clear
- Word has been received here of the death of Geo. W. Drake,
who left here for Kansas two years ago. He was found dead,
shot through the head, in Salt Lake City, Utah last week
(Wednesday), and is supposed to have been murdered for his
money. He was a soldier in the 86th and 129th Ohio
Regiments and 8th O. V. C., and was born and brought up in this
city, where his relatives now live.
- Frank Kelly, who is held in the City Prison for a petty
offense, was rearrested Saturday afternoon and transferred to
the County Jail on suspicion of being one of the murderers of
Aaron Goodfellow, a former resident of this county, who was
shot at Bloomington, Ill., on teh2th of August last.
Kelly answers a description given of one of the murderers,
who went by the name of Devine, exactly. He was
much agitated when informed of the new charge, but declares his
innocence. Kelly is held to await advices from
Dealer (Cleveland, OH) Page: 3
Dated: Jan. 20, 1887
Flouring Mills Burned.
SPRINGFIELD, O., Jan. 10. - [Special] -
The flouring mills of Elder R. Sewart & Son burned last
night at Clifton village, near this city. The building was
entirely destroyed with contents, consisting of 12,000 bushels
of wheat and 400 barrels of flour. Loss about $25,000;
insured for $12,000 in Millers' mutual of Wisconsin and several
Grand Rapids Press - Michigan
Dated: 1900 June 11
DIED FOR A CROCK OF CREAM. -
Ohio Picnicker Was Killed by a Farmer Because He Upset It.
Springfield, O., June 11 - John Beck of this city
while with a picnic part at Clifton, this county, was killed by
Robert Mendenhal, a farmer, who became incensed over the
upsetting of a crock of cream by the picnickers.
Dealer - Cleveland, O
Dated: Sept. 10, 1905
STARR WAS HISSED.
Penitentiary Chaplain Attempted to Defend Herrick at Methodist
SPECIAL TO THE PLAIN DEALER.
SPRINGFIELD, O., Sept. 9 - The
Cincinnati M. E. Conference this evening by an overwhelming vote
adopted a resolution denunciatory of Gov. Herrick.
"One year ago this conference said: 'We also express
our regret that the governor of Ohio allied himself with the
liquor interest in his persistent efforts by the threatened use
of his vote prerogative to compel the legislature to modify its
actions in the interests of the saloon against the expressed
which of the people through their representatives. We
earnestly protested against the renomination of the present
governor of Ohio.'
'Similar action was taken by the synod conferences,
conventions, both state and district of all the great Protestant
denominations of Ohio. The political bosses paid no
attention to this voice of the church but deliberately,
renominated for governor the man against whom we protested.
We do, therefore, now express our indignation at this utter
disregard of the wishes of the Christian manhood of Ohio and in
view of said action we reiterate our convictions in the case and
propose to register those convictions at the polls.'
Chaptain Starr of the Ohio penitentiary made an
attempt to defend Herrick. The majority against him
was so great he had to desist. Starr was
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