Waymansville Whipping

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Waymansville Whipping - JJVLMU-imruilLIOAy,- TUESPAT, OCTOBER 24. 1893;...
JJVLMU-imruilLIOAy,- TUESPAT, OCTOBER 24. 1893; It It jl no ALL IIT. The Evidence in i the White Cap Case Closed at 1:30 The Counsel Given Two jHours I; -On a Side for Arfiruinent Defendant Chris. Sehni-der Proven a Wife i Whipper. 1 Defendants' Cnse Not StrengUiened By i tne Day's Testimony An drew Sohrader and jWife 1 Proven te be Tmtnfol I Citizens. Old Man Sohrader Gats Some High Antics on the Witness Stand and Showed Much Feel- j j Ing Against An- , . . drew's Wife. ' 1 I j 1 M OTHERS INTERESTING FATITRS. Hnry Vonetrohe. Am husband of Anna Vonstrohe. I got home about 8 o'clock on night of whipping. ; My child was aiok and I went to Waymansrille for medicine; got it between 9 and 10 o'clock. I then went to Mr. Ed Hogus and told ! him to come on to work on. building next : morning. Got ' home along about ,10 o'clock; gave !medicine td babe and went to bed. Had nothing td do with whipping of Mary Schrader. JUave not owned nor worn a pair of blua in recalled and testified to the statement made by Schrader. Mary Lasman, wile cf Ham Lasman. Husband was at home all - nisrht Wm. Otte is my brother-in-law; Louis Vonstrohe is my father; John Igel is my-cousin;. i . - - - John Otte. Wm. Otte is my brother. I was with Ham Lasman at ' his home until late oa night of whipping. Mr. Lasman was at home until I left some time after 11 o'clock.' Louis Schnider, Chris. Schnider's son and a nephew . of Mary Schrader. I am a defendant ; Worked out part of the time; I was hauling water for Joe Ackerman at the time of the whipping. He run a threshing machine. I first heard of the whipping when my aunt, Mary Schrader, came over to David Ogilvie's next morning. We stayed at David jOgilvie's all night; I slept in the north j room up-stairs with William Ault He went with the machine also. I slept in the same bed with him and never got up during the night. Mary schrader said she could imagine she saw me at her house the night before. I said it was not me. Then she said: "If it was not you, ft was some one that looks like you; it was somebody of your size." j David Ogilvie and his wife and allot the people at the house said it was not me, because I was there in Ogilvie's house all night .u:- jw-f?.-? John Settles.! met Mr. Schrader in Uolumbus a short while after his wife was whipped. He said he did not know any of the parties that whipped his wile, unless it was two by their voices He was asked if he was the John Set tles that was up for white-capping John Peters, I u.;;j:J:; , i r'!-.;" j- -1 John Ault Worked with threshing machine and slept with Louis Schni der at j David Ogilvie's; i am a 5 good sleeper and slept well that night J 7: i EnOs Thompson. Was acquainted with Ham Lasman since he came from the od country; his character for morality and truth is good. Know Henry Mundt;r his reputation for truth, peace and quiet and morality, is good. He said the same of John J. Schrader, Henry Vonstrohe, Anna Vonstrohe, Jbhnl Igel, Louis Schnider, John Schnider, cq mjE VsZz Cl! .lest $25 1 I L"';, MADS z UTO ORDER; :W For ttanralna la Tall- ; i o3 ' " S H " A. HILIIER & E05S. : s - s (DjUoyercoat. nothing against Chris except that he whipped his wife. He is not quarrelsome with his neighbors I believe. ' ' H. Linson was another witness as to reputation of defendants for peace and quiet 1 He said that reputation was good, tut that as for morality he did not know. . - 1 ' 7 ! j Cross examination I live! two miles from- Chris Sohnider. Heard a; year ago that Chris whipped his wife. Don't think; a man's reputation good who will whip Jiis wife. tt "i j ;-r Henry Johns. Know William Otte, John Igel, Henry Mundt land 'Chris Schnider. Their reputation, with the exception of Chris Schnider, is good. Heard that Chris, whipped his wife, and that was the general talk in the neigh borhood. - I know other defendants. but am not acquainted with their rep utation for peace and quiet and for morality. f , , Old i Man Schrader. A defendant' father of Andrew Schrader; seventy- nine years old. Was at Andy's when the parties came to whip Mary. In answer to question whether Mary ever said to him that she did not know any 01 the parties, he could not recollect any such talk. His English is very broken, yet he was very anxious to talk and became greatly excited. - He was very dramatio in his description of the visit of the officers to arrest him. "Oh, I tells you vat! how I did run yroo de voodsll mine feet did shoost vlyvor I vaa scharred. ill vot it vas de mob." i Un ; cross-examination -as to what A.; All All

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  1. The Republic,
  2. 24 Oct 1893, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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