A.J. Marsh as village prosecutor

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A.J. Marsh as village prosecutor - diseov-ered I1IIART Dailies Back With ' tfie...
diseov-ered I1IIART Dailies Back With ' tfie Lax7. H Swears Out ft Warrant Far the Arrest f Attorsej lundy. 3 Sequel to Ulb Excitiag Eneorater. is " v flart well Last Thursday. Tbe Lawyer Will Alsa Instl(&t (rimiaal Pmee dings. ' ' Sow a Tmstina: Hnstand- Hnstand- Waa Be trayed By a Treacnereaa 1 : Star-fiazer.- Star-fiazer.- Star-fiazer.- Star-fiazer.- I'. - i: The tillage of Hart well ts Still agitated over th domestic trouble of th Bare bar t& Ytfdv Barnnart swore out ft warrant before tba Mayor of Hartwell for the arrest of Charles Lendr, tha attorney of Mrs. JBeru- JBeru- He alleges that the lawyer assanlted him. first in last Thursday's eneoenter. and de nies having tried to use bis knife until he bad been knocked down without provoca tion. Lundyhad tried toorce an entrance into the house, and when ordered to leave the premisas repeatedly struck him. finally knocking him under the feet of horse. Bern hart also claims that fn felling he acci- acci- I dgtitauy struck hi wife and fell upon her. fmad that Lundy then jumped upon him. He in great-danger, great-danger, great-danger, he declares, ot being trampled .to death by the horse. . When bi ordered Lundy to leave he gently touched him on tne chest ahd made ho ;, : V lOLBSTT TUBgATS Oft BtOTlOgS. . Mr. Lnndy said last evening that be had been informed by Mr. A. J. Marsh, the village prosecutor, that Barnhlrt bad sworn out ft warrant for hi Arrest but it had hot been served upon him. Mr, Lundy wa not frightened about this new turn. He reiter ated that the account as published In Ffi- Ffi- day's KsQDtRtB Wa perfectly true. Barn- Barn- hart had made a savag assault upon him and ent his elothes. Just grazing' hi abdo- abdo- mo. But for bis quick jump .backward the knife would have doubtless made ft seri ous wound. " - i . .. He said that on th dav after th encdnn- encdnn- ter: Barn hart sent an attorney to Ldndy. with th idea of preventing Barnhart'. arrest arrest and prosecution. Th attorney stated that Barnhart was excited and that he really did not know what he had done. Mr. Lundy informed tbe lawyer that Earnhhart onght at least to make recomopnse for tbe enit of clothe he bai ruined, but would giv no as- as- unocf u w nw iiihtbuub ib uii - - XATTBB 0 WtOSBCTTtBO. - Mr. tnnd v sai.l Vesterdkv that he Would Enw probably swear out ft warrant fof Barn-art' Barn-art' Barn-art' arrest and prosecute btm to the end. Be would have no trouble in proving that irnbart made an assault upon, him ,-friends ,-friends ,-friends of barnhart in tbe village declare that he treated his wife right but shawae war ward and left tiim ta aa with a roun biau. MihsequenUy sne returned, a rL professing professing repentance, was forsiven. Jn order tn wean her fnim wicked influences ha- ha- sent her to Put-in Put-in Put-in Hay. and at art expense of 115 per week.- week.- w Den sue returttea sue took some of her things and left th house, re fusing to have any thingmore tone with him; Sha brnncht nnthina ta him when ther wer married, not even the sewiug-maohia sewiug-maohia sewiug-maohia for wmcn sn Brought suit.. 1 THt Lo nisnrf''. ' That Barnhart acted In self-defeBse self-defeBse self-defeBse throughout throughout bis enounter with Lundr. '1 bey claim that tha man who won Mrs. bam hart's attec- attec- tu.ns i rum ber nusesnq wss nsmea Marsn. and was hrst admitted aa a boarder in th Ham hart dwelling ' itarnhart became tusoi- tusoi- dnns and made him leave th. house, to which be bail gained admittance unday lb pretext that b was studying astronomy.' Barnhart formerly lived at Wuoeter. Ohio. where nis divorced wife still resides witti their two children. She wss tne daughter o prominent, wealthy parents, and Barnhart lost most of ber money tnrongn nniortunai speculation. - f bev separated and liar n ha moved to Cincinnati, where b obtainett divorce with, tbe tacit eonaent of bis wile, Harnhart had 'made-srraniemanU 'made-srraniemanU 'made-srraniemanU for bis grown son. who lives in Wonnter. tn com nii ub rrt of the Hartwell honsa. but th young man decided . to remain With his mother. - - . BAH

Clipped from The Cincinnati Enquirer25 Aug 1891, TuePage 4

The Cincinnati Enquirer (Cincinnati, Ohio)25 Aug 1891, TuePage 4
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