Murder at Elmore.
Tte body of J ohn_Buc_key was dis¬ covered in a taajmow in the barn on the Langerman farm in Harris town¬ ship, near Elmore Monday. The body was found by the owner of the farm under a lot of bay. He says he knows of no one being in the mow since the hay was stored there.
Coroner Yeialej was notified and he made an investigation. He found that the man had received a blow on the head with some blunt instrument which caused his death The body was not identified until Mrs. M. Mccarty read of the finding of the body ia a To¬ ledo paper, She visited the Burman undertaking establishment and identi¬ fied the body as that of her brother. She said that she had not seen her brother for two months, and the last she knew vi him he was employed at the Continental Sugar factory in Fre¬ mont. Previous to that time he was employed hy one of the fruit compan¬ ies at Gypsum. A - /A- / fJHU
John Bnckey was about 01 years of age. He was not married and made his living as a laborer, working in various places in this county. His funeral was held Thursday morning from the Cath¬ olic Church at Genoa. Tbe body was buried in the Woodville cemetery.
Sheriff Wirt, of Sandusky county, is making an investigation, as is also Sheriff Cover. It is believed that the crime was committed near Elmore and I the body taken to the Langerman barn and bid under a quantity of bay. Mrs. McCarty was surprised when told that ; nothing was found on his person by which he could beidentified and is con¬ fident that her brother had some funds' on his person when slain. It is not be¬ lieved that the murderers will ever be
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