Death of Archibald McFarland
Arclt The Sharon Juruld of last week give-th*s particulars ol the death of Mr. Archy .NicFurland, of Fowler, Ohio, no- led briefly in ''UK NnwH«f the 1'Jth insi. the « had left the house shortly before nuoit lor the purpose of walking to an- oih r part ot lh«; I'arui, had al a spring live or six feel In depth, ami in which there was about lour f«et ' water. His bat lying on the and other circumstances indicated iha ne had probably been trying to rem-.v. leaves and other obstructions from the inoiiih ol the pipe wliich conveyed » of wat»-r U» his Imrns. when he his balance or, more likely, war uiken witU.'ti-iiddeii dix*ine*s—to which s m; had been soim.-w liai subject- j , U ti he I I L I I as | iroin the House, for several hours his aw- j .ence was not m.ueed until he was ' the re- pen- out tins aeciion an a (.he i' thU towards evening, as above staled. Mr. McFarland war, widclyjinown throiigh- aiid prospei- ..ur stuck grower and farmer, owning nearly lour Inn.tired acres ot tine lam on which he lived,other re;.l estate he.'. Warren on which h« jniei.Ufd shortly t« fine resulonce, Armory IJ;ill ii this town, and other prop«n.i«;i>. U >\:>r G'J years of age and l«avw u wil and eij;iit children.