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barnes - the receivers. Tbe action was brought against...
the receivers. Tbe action was brought against the company directly and not against the receivers, because the contract was made by the corporation. EUIOIDK OF A YOPMQ HAN Whcic Wire Refused to Live With Him. Homer W. Barnes, an estimable and highly educated son ot a wealthy grain and general merchant of Brecksville, Cuyahoga county, Ohio, committed suicide on Thursday Thursday night. He was married about four years ago to Mies Kittie Snow, daughter of a wealthy farmer of the vicinity, and about a year ago, had some trouble with her which resulted in the wife taking tbeir child and returning to her parents. parents. Numerous efforts of Barnes to bring about a reconciliation proved fruitless and caused despondency. Having given up all hops he, yesterday about 4 o'clock, took a shot - gun telling his father that he would go to the elevator and shoot some Jroublerome rats. The family heard the leporb of the gun, and half an hour later, wondering why his son stayed bo long, the father went out and found him lying on the floor with a hole in his breast. The young man, after loading loading the gun heavily with buckshot, had removed removed his right boot and stocking, opened his shirts, drew them to one side, stood up, placed the muzzle of the gun over his heart. put his toe to the trigger and blew himself into eternity. - The decline of American interests contest first Mr. he his the his of cU not yet the

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph18 Nov 1882, SatPage 1

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)18 Nov 1882, SatPage 1
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