Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
DAYTON. A Dangerous Header Missing Minor Kls. oellany. arsctab ztrsraTcw to Tea awat-maw. Dattoh, Ohio, May L Frank Wngbt, a well-known yonng man from Lebanon, came to Dayton yesterday evening on hla bicycle, and was found last nlgbt on the pike south of the eity badly brnlsed and eat about the head In an nneonsoions condition. In coming down the hill he lost control of the machine, and was thrown over It, falling on his head. Ho was badly injured, though not fatally. Mra. Charles K. Parker, a well-known lady of this eity, to-day filed complaint with tbe police, saying ber husband . haa been missing for several days. The lady Bars he has been despondent on account of Doing out of employment, and sbe fears ho may have done something nub. Two gypsies named John and Bartley Gorman to-day got into aa altercation with a man named Handy, wbom tbey beat and kicked unmercifully. The man was badly Injured. To-day about fifty of the Insane Inmates af tbe Soldiers' Home were taken to tha bow hospital at Waahln gton.