Waymansville whipping prt3 John Kreinhagen
my brother-in-law; am a partner of Igel in store. Was at home all night the "night of the whipping; had nothing to do with thV whipping; was not away from home after going to bed until next morning. , Did not teU Jim Brown that JEIam Lastnan and 1 were down at creek trying to catch a big fish that we heard was there. Ham Lasman. I'am a defendant Am brother-in-law to Wm. Otte. Am in creamery business. Louis Vonstrohe is my father-in-law. On evening of whipping I was at store in Waymansville for a time. Cfot home between 9 and 10. Talked! to Jnol Otte, my sister-in-law and my wife for a time and went to bed. J no. Otte and Emma Vonstrohe left; my house together about 10X Went to bed at 12; did not leave my heme. Had no hand in Switching Mary 8chrader. At creamery Andy , said to me that he knew none el those who took part in the whipping. Wm. Otte and August Varnholt were present Louis Vonstrohe- is my ; uncle, Wm. Otte my brother-in-law and John Igel my oa8in.:'f-::.T ML.' -td-J August : Varnholt Andy Schrader said inmy presence that he knew none of those who took part in whipping his wife. T.: This was about week or ten days after the whipping. I am a justice of the peace in Jackson township. (Wit- 3 crcrx: T7: C ; ) i : 3 Schnider whipped his wife. .Fred Newkirkf lives in Jackson township, - one j and :. one-half , miles southeast of Waymansville. He was another witness on Character, and testified that the reputation of all the defendants for peace, quiet and morality in the neighborhood where they reside is good. Cross-examination r never heard of Chris whipping his : wife. I am a brother-in-law of Henry ' Vonstrohe; Lasman is a nephew of my wife; cousin of Mundt. John Kreinhagen. Lived near Waj-mansville for thirty-two years. His evidence in chief was the Bame as that of Wesley Weekly, Fred L. Meyer and Herman Schafer, except Mary Schnider; did not know her. Cross-examination I ''heard when Chris was arrested that he had whipped his wife. ' In response to the question of Attorney Waltman, fDo yon think a man's reputation for peace and quiet good , if he whips his wife, he answered, "Yes; if she needs it." This position the witness, when pressed, backed downr from' f Samuels Fitch testified that he was acquainted with defendants, and that their reputation for peace, quiet and morality ia good. - , ' . - Cross-examination I heard some of tla ' pirtlca accus: I of this whir; is' r :xt r-cr.irj. Sever herd any tut attorneys were then given two hours on a side for argument by counsel, when the jury will receive the instructions of the court and the case will be in the hands of the jury by 7 p.m. ' ' 1 Having been entirely cured ot an uloeratedi sore limb of over -1 twenty years standing with four bottles of . E. N. T. S. I take the greatest pleasure in pronouncing and 1 recommending it as the very best blood . remedy obtainable, as ' it cured me after all other treatment failed. The bandages alone I used previous to taking K. E. N.T. S., I judge, must have cost a hundred dollars. The surprise ' and joy caused by this great cure is inexpressi-ble-r-Mrs. Beverly Tooley, Norton-burg, Bartholomew county, Ind. Q. J. Noblitt, County Agent. 1 P. S. K. E. N. T. a cures all kinds of blood troubles. Price $1 a bottle; 6 bottles, $5. ! , . . . Auction Sale of Agricultural Imple-' . mentt. : f t The entire, stock of Miller A Wich- man will be sold at public auction,; commencing Friday, Oct 27, 1893, at 2 p. m. ! A credit of twelve months on all sales of five dollars and above. , , . John W. M B.axv, Assignee. ' Ask Tour Tiiend j Who have taken Hood's 8arsaparilla what they think of , it, and the replies will b positive in its favor..' Simply what Hood's Saraaparilla does, that tells the story of its merit. One has been cored of indigestion or dyPTpsia. another finds it indispensable for tick headache or biiioosnesa, while others r?crt remarlLatle cures of scrofola, ct-rri, il-a3iai:i3, s&H rhenm, etc llcoi's l.llj are r trt!y vctitls. ; j j !l ) : -'