Iroquois people occasionally fought the Lenape. Surviving Lenape moved west into the upper Ohio River basin. In the s, the United States government sent most Lenape remaining in the eastern United States to the Indian Territory present-day Oklahoma and surrounding territory under the Indian removal policy.
Luckily the fellow's actions were noted and frustrated. The news flew like wildfire and hundreds of angry people congregated. The stranger was kicked and cuffed and cries of "kill him", "lynch him", etc. No doubt this tragic result would have been accomplished were it not for the good sense and coolness of Mr.
Lautenbacher and the entreaties of his wife.
Lautenbacher is a very powerful man and determined that no further harm should be done the stranger. His chivalric stand soon brought the crowd to bay and as a compromise a committee escorted the villain to the borough limits.
The supposition is that he comes from Hamburg. The child escaped injury beyond a slight scare and the aggrieved father is being congratulated on all sides. He is a manufacturer of ladies apparel and now that the flood of passion is over everybody is thankful for the firm and humane stand taken by himself and his good wife.
The jury returned a sealed verdict at Knittle for Kantner, C.
Staudenmaier for Harvey and C. Whitehouse for the prosecutor and Frank Unger, father of the boy who was shot. Young Unger testified that he heard the shooting and drove on horseback and was shot in the neck by the discharge of a shotgun.
He could not say which one of the boys shot him, owing to the trees and brush. When shot, he jumped from the horse and called for help but got none.
The boys testified the shooting was accidental, that they were gunning for rabbits and pheasants at the time. Harvey was found not guilty of an additional charge of assault and battery with intent to kill, and both boys were found not guilty in two cases, charged with playful and wanton pointing of firearms, the costs going on the county.
Attorney Knittle made a motion in arrest of judgement and for a new trial in the case of Kantner, on the ground that the evidence showed that his client was moving away from the scene at the time of the shooting, with his gun at a trail arms, the muzzle pointed backward, and that when his gun was discharged it was the result of his tripping in the wood.
Harvey testified that his gun was discharged also accidentally, although the prosecution intimated that he was defending Kantner at the time that he shot or feared that Unger wanted to attack his buddy.
Young Kantner had been in the United States service as a soldier, although so young. Staudenmaier made a plea for mercy for Harvey, saying that he is the support of his mother, and that no malice had been shown. Court imposed a sentence of a ten dollar fine and fifteen months.
It was said that the act of probation will be appealed to later. Peter's Church, Schuylkill Haven, Broken Open, Robbed and Damaged The Saint Peter's Evangelical Church at Schuylkill Haven was entered by burglars some time during the week, who carried away a number of articles, broke the organ and several window panes, cut the bell rope, broke doors and otherwise maliciously damaged the property.
They effected an entrance by breaking open a second story window, which they must have reached by the use of a ladder.
They then forced open several inside doors, all of which had been securely locked. There is abundant evidence to show that the burglars were acquainted in the church, and were not by any means strangers to the saint Peter's property. They, however, before leaving their shameful work, tacked up in the vestibule the following notice: The shooting took place at four o'clock, Mr.
Schwilk hearing a noise at the freight station, which is located across the tracks from the main station in the town, decided to investigate. Going across he mounted the platform of the freight station and finding the doors all locked, turned his attention to the freight cars which had just been received from points down the line.
He discovered that the seal on one car had been broken open but the latch not moved. Another seal was attached to the door and the watchman started to walk to the passenger station. He had only gone a short distance when he heard the sound of running feet.
Drawing his revolver, he opened fire. The robbers were quick to return the shots. One shot fired by the men passed very close to his head while the other entered the fleshy part of his right leg in the front and came out the back, passing entirely through the limb, embedding itself in one of the sills nearby.
Calling at the top of his voice, Mr. Schwilk attracted the attention of the night crossing watchman, about one hundred feet away. He came running to his assistance as did also the crew caller who was on his way to "J" station some distance from the scene of the shooting.
The circumstances were soon made known and while the crossing watchman ran for Dr.Publisher of academic books and electronic media publishing for general interest and in a wide variety of fields.
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The chance of becoming a victim of either violent or property crime in Sharpsville is 1 in NeighborhoodScout's research shows that Sharpsville's violent crime rate is 2 per one. FBI’s Violent Crime Statistics For Every City In America. Medium Cities With The Highest Violent Crime Rates.
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