-Charles Hutzel, a highly espected (ierman and well-to-do farmer, who etiided in the town oí Scio, was thrown from lis sleigh and fatally injured, Saturday night, ear what is known as White's hollow, He ame to the city during the day, and made a umber of purchases, when he started f or home t eight and a half o'clock. Going down West jiberty street hill, a uumber of boys were oasting, and as they passed hun, his horses ere frightened, and started on a run. IsTear ie bridge which crosses Alien's creek, stands lamp post, and as the horses passed by, the nd bobs struck it, when they increased their eed, which they kept up until they reached he hollow spoken of. At this place, the road very narrow, and in some way Mr. Hutzel as thtown out and his skull broken in by riking against a large stone. The horses cept on running, and some rods ahead feil own an embankment, and wheu found were ntaugled in the haruess, and layiug on their acks, both nearly dead. Christiau Brener, ud a person with him on their way home out ten o'clock, saw the horsea and knew lat somethiiig was wrong. So procuring a antera from a farm house near by, they extriated "the horses and got them up and then ;arted back to see if any one had been injured. t one side of the road, they fouud Mr. Hutel in au insensible condition. He was taken p and placed in a sleigh, and brought to this ty. Muehlig Bro's. store being the ouly one en, he was carried in and Doctors Gorge, ld Kapp immediately called, who pronounced he injuries fatal. He lived until 20 minutes fter five Sunday morning, when his remains ere taken to his late resideuce. He leaves a ife and four childreu who will mourn the loss f a kind and affectionate husband and father.