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These are listed in loose alpha order based on the surname of the first individual mentioned in the story


Johnny Jones, the popular grocer on Main street, is suffering from a very bad sore throat.
["Hamilton Daily Republican" (Hamilton, Ohio) Wednesday, 10 May 1893; MZ - Transcribed by FoFG]

Mr. Frank Judamaster and wife, of Liberty, are with his sister, Mrs. James Cankins, who is quite ill.
["Hamilton Daily Republican" (Hamilton, Ohio) Wednesday, 10 May 1893; MZ - Transcribed by FoFG]

Mr. Wilbur Nelson and family have returned to Eaton to live. Mr. Nelson was one of the revenue men during President Harrison's administration and was stationed at San Francisco, Cal. His health has been very poor for two years, and he will recuperate here among his friends before going into business again.
["Hamilton Daily Republican" (Hamilton, Ohio) Wednesday, 10 May 1893; MZ - Transcribed by FoFG]

Mr. Overholtzer will recover from his injuries, received from falling off the building.
["Hamilton Daily Republican" (Hamilton, Ohio) Wednesday, 10 May 1893; MZ - Transcribed by FoFG]

Daniel Weikel, driver of the omnibus between Lewisburg, Preble County, and West Sonora, on the Dayton and Western Railway, was attacked by a ferocious Newfoundland dog recently and his hand and arm were frightfully lacerated. The artery in his arm was ruptured, and when the train passed there it was asserted that he would bleed to death. The dog has torn a number of persons, and why the vicious brute has not been killed before this time is a puzzle to sensible people.
[The Highland Weekly News, (Hillsborough, Highland County, Ohio) June 17, 1875, p 2, - PT - Tr. by FOFG]

Mr. Harrison Wilkinson, one of the oldest farmers in Preble county is lying very ill at his home near Eaton. ["Hamilton Daily Republican" (Hamilton, Ohio) Wednesday, 10 May 1893; MZ - Transcribed by FoFG]





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