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4 Jan 1900

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4 Jan 1900

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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1900, Athens, Ohio Jl1sttd Herald. Ljatif ens nkn8enukk. Vol. Lvi . Athens Ohio thursday morning january i 1900. Table longevity of mrs. Nancy Border Ayers of this City lived through the Century. / Horn in Monroe county. West Virginia. 103 i car ago a he a seen the nation grow to Areatne cant to no Athens recently. Hans Schmidt Republican hosts gather in a heal feast at the banquet table Friday night at hotel Berry. In committee meet and endorse Genera cd h. Grosvenor for conf in a singing Resolution wit and eloquence flowed freely. \ 1 the City of Athens has the distinction having within its limits a lady Rener ble in years mrs. Nancy Bot Der Ayers who has reached the advanced age of one and three year. Over ten decades ago there was born n the county of Monroe West Virginia girl who lived grew to girlhood advanced to womanhood passed the half entry Mark when the shadows of life begin to fall toward the East and now As the suns rays Are coming almost hopi a Ontaiy from the Western horizon she still lives to blew the memory of the Good moult who gave her an existence while the Burden of Over a Century rests with comparative lightness upon her womanly shoulders. Born when the Radiant Dawn of the nineteenth Century was beginning to gild t in purple peaks of the Allegheny mountains which i i a the War born state from the old Dominion this remarkable to Nan has lived to see every president ? the United states except the three ving borne to the Tomb by sorrowing fiends. In i or in the wild and unbroken stress of the mountainous West Vir Nia county her baby eyes opened with Oft Der upon the rugged scenery a Rulch is the beholder into contemplative Mission. In the distance the morning its from Green Briar River could been rising like a panoply of interwoven liver threads and far away on the Vir a inia Border the towering alleghenies Merced the Blue of the sky like the Rug de reef that rises from the Ocean s deep. Laid such surroundings where the sum a Ner s Sun and Shower kissed Back Moun Ain Glade and Glen to a refreshing verdure where the cry of the hungry denizens of the Wood was a doleful acc Trapani i Ament to a the Roar of me Winter winds that swept Tun ugh the craggy caverns i where the rude Cabin Beld within its four Walls hearts that throbbed with Content ment and homely cheers there amid such scenes that of word painting can adequately portray was ushered into the world a baby girl destined to live in two centuries and should her life be spared until january i Hwu she will have the extraordinary Honor of taking part in f he affairs of three centuries. In her West Virginia Home she lived j Laboured raised the Cotton carded it Wool spun the flax and wove them nto garments of Comfort and warmth by or Oivin hands. Until she was ninety a year of age her pipe was her cease i companion but when she reached it Ripe old age she concluded that the a was injurious to her health and i carded its use altogether. She is j Lite Active. Is in perfect health though r sight is somewhat dimmed and Ber i Aring blunted by the impairments that inevitably come with advanced it out this age she United with the f. Church. Her husband died a Quarter a Century ago and of her family ave As were soldiers in the War of the reunion. Her Mother lived to the age off e Hundred and nine years. She was married at eighteen and is the Mother of 1 ight children. She has thirty eight a grandchildren and forty seven great amp a and children. She has lived her one cared and three years in Monroe county and recently she came from Oul Asten Athens where she will spend the re i i Inder of her Days with her son. C. B. Ers on face Street. Discusses the opening of the democratic Campaign. As Der democrats Vas always fount at Der Tail ent before und As Der late defeat of our most san wine Hopes in Der race for Der Goober Natoria chair in Der sch Tate of Ohio Vas Knocket into Smithereens by Der so stupidity of Dot old i lot Schon r. Mclain your most Ope Tient servant h. Schmidt esq., pegs Lief ter open Der tem socratic Campaign before any Oder plock heat has time to fix cop a platform Rich the weather regulator cannot Send Volt in itself be sure to defeat Der whole Winter winds so cold that they will keep party. Down Republican enthusiasm in Athens Hilly Bryan Vas All right und Vas sch Host county politics. When the republicans Der right mans for Der residency. Putin other counties Are resting with the he Vas Ketting Veak Kneet about Der free utmost calmness on their political oars Silfer Pizz Ineas und Vas ukes to make some i to speak the republicans of reliable Mere fools of himself. Der Only mistake old Athens go cheerfully marching on to Dot be mate in 16 of Der Money questions j the enlivening tune of Victory. They Are Vas Dot be did it go about hit in Shoost always working politics Winter or sum so prom a As be Shoult. Vat be must to in Der next Brente tial race Vas Schroud und holler Louter a Effer for Saunt Money. Vat Vas Der Goot of Money if hit Vas nod free vat Goot Vas hit to h. Scmidt if a Tollar Guys one Hun Tret cents wort of peer of he must Vojt for Der Tollar ? be vants Der moneys free. Und Mit All reference to Hilly be most say Dot pc torn vant no to to i nor pc Tont vants no Touple Stan tarts in Orter Dot All moneys Vas equal Der must be Der open. Tile felicitous social and political affair was Given by d. Ii. Moore chairman of the executive committee e. G. Biddison. Chairman of the Central committee a. E. Price Athens county a representative e. D Sayre prosecuting attorney. And w. S. Bower a member of the Central committee. The Royal Republican feast was Given in compliment to the Central and executive committees of Athens county. The guest of Honor was general Grosvenor and with the gathering of Many of Athens county a political i workers and the party leaders in the adjoining counties a most formidable array of republicans was presented. \ eighty to it he All sat Down to the ban Quet tables and after the several courses had been dispatched in a most interesting and delectable a nuke the cigars were lighted and the Foost Gates of wit repartee reason and affluence were thrown wide open. Major d Xvi Jewett was made toastmaster and the jul he presided in his vivacious inimitable manner goes without saying. He had a lapps and appropriate introduction for Ere Public ceremonies at the installation of the officers of knights Templar wednes Day night. Reception in masonic Temple and banquet at hotel Berry addressee by several sir knights names of the officer installed. The Athens ii Fra to vol. Xviii. No. To Mer Spring or fall and at least once a year they come together in a love and banquet feast where the slight Asperities engendered at the Spring primaries Ary reduced to the smoothness of the finest Greager introduced. A e Price on in Satin. They then Tell in flowering rhetoric How the e verily the democracy has Ben unmercifully walloped and How in future years the Republican hosts will go bravely on winning Victory after Victory. The annual political love feast was held Friday night at hotel Berry where a new cases filed i Ever partition snit rain s Vorce Cate from Nolanville Ihorn the following new cases have been filed i j t past week in common pleas court l Alary a. Warren against Elza Warren j in Dwin e. Warren it ai., in partition. Out Lorenzo ii. Crippen against Frank Crip a. Samuel gripped William Crippen Louisa Crippen in partition. C. Campbell against Oliver b. Mii if Albert h. Dickson in partition t v a Raine against Catherine Raine Arco. The parties live in Nelson due and were married in february. . A Bey have two children. Divorce is ask on d on the ground of Gross neglect of duty Jad that she has utterly tailed to perform he j household duties. In Augustne petition states that she voluntarily Oik it his place of residence. She is charge it Ltd with extreme cruelty in that she has j cooked Bim of a chastity and with lewd ii lascivious conduct for More than five ears. Wifi modern Woodmen. Ambs ilex Jan. 8.�?the organization of Quot a Camp of modern Woodman of America a Rivas completed Here last thursday even a. In with Twenty one accepted charter a Quot embers. The following officers were jct etl and installed with tile assistance of e c. Stowe Deputy head Consul o ens Mui Vici did Liepart and members Truban a and Marshfield at Stowe Deputy of Camps at z. L. Henry v. C5ci., w a. T. E. Clark e. B. 4 e Clark clerk a. Whither escort to. Hoisington watchman h a. Fat sen try z. L. Hear physician. Same size so pc regiments Dot Der rasho of it St elaborate and exquisite banquet Vas i to i und As Der cheaper metals pc yeas spread and the a the genial warmth easier to gets As gelt ter overment j 0f fellow feeling happily dispelled the Raused led us make Dot Money s boost out i Geli Dity of the air outside. The meeting of an dings be Blease. Hana Schmidt of the Central and executive committees a ants Der Laws mate so Ven he vants some dings Tourfa Checan gender top Der old broken Tea Kettle or a Rusty tin pans or Der priss or Dev Cit Kopper or sch Teal some Lead by Pes from Der Kas Fellers und Haf Dot Point into Twenty Tollar Biece Shoost so pigs As Der Golt ones. Dot loot be Rankin Der moneys equal. Den be vants to whoop free moneys till be gits All Der fools to fete for Hilly bryans dec makes Der Laws und Haf All Der Schrap Roo Colet Den Chandi All Der Silfer Topper Iron tin und Leat for Golt i 4 skip for Der Fillippe us before Der crash gems. Und Den id Vas some mistakes to say <3 mooch about legs Bansin. Der history of Der democrats beaches us Dot be meets More room sometimes right Avay. Yea Dot a very Schmart mans a Lincoln Vas Raftin democrats ter a go und tight Mit be needed some rooms in Canata right off. So Quick und if pc keeps on fooling Der Hobles so mooch As re had some More be Vili Haf ter sch Kiy More at once. Und vat Vas Der use of Makin so mooch fuss ofter Der treatment of Der Fillippe ens now ack Pinalto has count cud Dot our sympathies Vas shoot t Vint so hoc seas Cheff taxis fount id cud Toorin Der late Unble Sandness. Democrat sympathy Vas a Goot dings to holler Aboud put Dere Vas nod mooch fight in it. Ack Pinalto has found oud so much und he till gift top und Der cover ment Viu be mate so coot before Der election Dot pc Volt pc like Der picked mans in Der scrib Tures when he tug a Gread pig Hole in Der count to catch Dot gaol Man in und Den fell in himself some. Be vants to yell Shoost out lout against drusts Efry Poty likes to sell any Dongs vat Vas his for More As id Vas wort und Puy vat Vas his Lapors for Haf bries. Any mans would likes to sell 14 it. Tool for 2ti cts., put he kicks like a mat mule if he has to pay More As tree to liars for a bar of six Tollar tool Bant it a All rigid Ven Der folks Gila tog Edder und says be vont Dake less As Twenty valve cents for our tool. Put Ven Der tool folks Schick Der beats top Glose und Vesper a lets Schick tog Edder und pay Der tool cheap a Den Der Fellers All say Der drusts Vas Troonin Der country. Und Den democracy must Carinder Gorus und whoop a town Mit drusts town mid drusts Den Ven Der Oder folks say Dot Vas nod Der Vay be Tont vants to listen put holler louder As Effer und shoud. A Der people Derb eople town Mit Der drusts a und make so mooch noise As Root make ail dose foolish Folk As Vas always Reaty to per Lief All Der democrats stuff Gap Der Hants und shoud a Hooray for Hilly bryans town Mil Der drusts e. Olobri Busunis bryans of refer a Dot Root sch Areder t a publicans so mooch Dot Hans Schmidt und Hilly Bryan shoot Valk around Der Gotner to Der Saloon Arm in Arm und get Tome Schnaps on tick. No Dot Vas Shoost like All Der rest of our fool talk. If Dere Vas a no Trust How Coult be get some Schnaps on tick h. By he hot. The Parson Christmas Albany. Jan. A a a the Cumberland presbyterian parsonage at Albany has been the rendezvous of Santa Claus. Kris Erin Gle and other Kindred gracious spirits for the last ten Days. The pastor of the group of churches Albany Hubbardsville and Wingett Chapel says Claus came Early and staid late. Long live Santa Quot comforts and luxuries from these three congregations have been bestowed with a lavish hand until buggy Robe driving gloves horse Blanket new Bible Silver table Ware table Linen several dollars of Cash a get celery Quot As Josu us wife would say cheers the pastor heart and make comfortable himself and family. Half of the hosts warmly welcomed the four score guests. General Grosvenor was then called upon and responded in a stirring fifteen minutes speech. Others who were called upon were senator s. It. A Bright of Logan judge j. M. Wood of the common pleas Bench Hon. F. C. Russell representative of Meigs county Hon. C. S. Ltan Nels representative of the Hocking Vinton District Hon. C. C. Ali Deswart. Representative of Washington county Hon j j Carpen a of Mel a most interesting and delightful Evert in masonic circles was the Public installation and banquet on wednesday evening of last week to this City of the knights Templar Athens commander. No. 15. The Public installation of officers took place at an Early hour at their Asylum and by 9 Sii the work had been completed and the knights were ready to repair to hotel Berry where a banquet was served in the most Royal style. The installation ceremonies were performed by the retiring eminent commander d. Cornell. The officers to be installed were in charge of sir Knight George k. Walker grand marshal. The officers installed were Curtis y. Harris. Eminent commander Frank i Lite Vay Generali i no j. Halliday Cline Captain general Burley a Headley relate Clarence w. Frank m. Root general c h. Grosvenor unanimously endorsed by the republicans of Athens county for Congre Friday night had a two fold purpose in that there was some necessary business to of transacted by the committees and that the workers of the county could get together and congratulate one another Over the overwhelming Victory won in Athens county last fall. The two committees met at 6 o clock the Central committee in the office of the county Treasury and the executive committee in the jury room. The Central committee meeting was Short and the important feature was the unanimous endorsement of general Charles if. Grosvenor for renomination and re election in this the eleventh congressional District. The Resolution endorsing general Grosvenor commended in unmistakable terms his matchless record in Congress and pledged the United support of the committee in furthering the nomination and election of general Grosvenor. In the congressional convention this year be will be Given Athens county s solid Dele gallon and to him was properly delegated the privilege of selecting his own Dele Gates the Resolution embodying the above features was read by Secretary King. The passage of the Resolution was moved by e. C. Woodworth seconded by c. L Orr. And was passed in the most enthusiastic manner. A committee was appointed to transact the business of the Centra committee until the Call of the next meeting by the chairman this committee was composed of five members As follows chairman e g. Biddison Secretary h. S. King. John lax we. Bower and Al c. Woodworth. This is merely a provisional committee and it is not Likely that any business of any importance will come before it. County a w Keynes of h it cd ing county E. Vollenweider of Vinton county and census supervisor of the District Hon e Lefever representative of Morgan c in to j. B. Wood. Capt. J. B. Allen. E g Biddison a. M i wis i m Foster c. D. Hopkins j. D Brown of Athens and w. B. Johnson postmaster of Trimble. Besides the Nineteen that responded to the Happy introduction of toastmaster Jewett there were present of the Central and executive committees ii 8 King e k Walker w k Scott a g. Henry m a Dixon. J. Armstrong Henry Finsterwald. Addison Harker Orville Kiger c. L Orr. N. C. Townsend Alex. Nelson John Mcdonald. Homer Stephenson William Roach James Mcvicker l d Campman. E c. Woodworth ii. G Strider j. It. Wilson 8 b Hill j. W Bryson. D. H William Elwa re v or bes Andrew Murphy. John lax g. O. Ridenour w. B Sissons John Mcle aught to or. U. H White. Of the congressional committee there were present beside those responding to toasts t. O. Eros sen and j. M. Thomas John Finsterwald c h. Hurter. D Edwards c. Ii Bryson. Or. E h Kortick f c. Rochester. L la Keut tnger. H. Ii Hanning w. F Scott Silas i grew. D a ii Mckiou try Chas. Bierce. F. Ii Dalton Geo. Kinty. Ii l Ryan a s Bethel a. J. Frame. C h. Welch. Henry o Bleness. Or. C. S. My Smith senior Warden Junior Warden a Augustus j. Frame treasurer James a fainter recorder Samuel d bearer Frank i. I Ogan sword bearer heter Kern warder William j. Hastings Sentinel % the impressive ceremonies tfx a witnessed by a Large number of sir Kwh grits and ladies together with Many Huq not members. Brevious to the install lion ceremonies a reception was held the masonic Temple which lasted from 7?i0tofl o clock. To tue receiving line were j. Halliday Cline Peter Kern s. To it Thompson or. W n Alderman mrs. S. N. Hobson. Mrs. James Balmer. Mrs. Cd h. Reutinger. Mrs. T. Ii. Biddie. After the ceremonies at the masonic Temple the knights and their guests repaired to hotel Berry where a most elegant collation was served. The lining room was most artistically decorated for the occasion and plates were Laid for ninety guests. After the guests had made irreparable inroads into the several courses speeches Ware announced and the following gentlemen yielded unto oratory s magic spell Daniel w. Cor Nell general c. Ii Grosvenor on a the old time Fra tars Quot major j. M la godspeed on a masonic antiquities a major l. M. Jewett on a progressive masonry a this brought the exercises to a Happy close and during the rendition of the program at hotel Berry excellent music was furnished by Selby s orchestra. Former athenian dead. Or. Chauncey h. La Talon Well known by the older citizens of Athens died 8at-urday morning at his Home at Westerville after an illness of several months. Or. London was born at Albers o., in 127. His father was of English parentage and his Mother a member of the Hewitt family of Athens whose original Home in this country was Worcester mass. The doctor received a collegiate education at Athens and for a time was engaged in newspaper work. The doctor was a brother of Rev. O. P. Landen a methodist minister and of George Landen m la d he leaves two sons k e Lindon of the Cicinnati enquirer and Hal Tendon Washington correspondent for the commercial Tribune two daughters mrs. George l. Converse widow of the late congressman Converse and miss Rowena ii. Camion teacher of languages in Central High school Columbos and his wife. He was a surgeon of the civil War and belonged to the one Hundred and thirty third V i. Benj Orme dead Jan. 8.�?the death of Ben if twin Orme Oats of the Pioneer residents of Dorer township occurred Here this morning after a protracted illness. He was about m years of age and complication of diseases coupled with old age was the cause of death. He leaves a wife and four cd Idren James f. Of me of Nelsonville Thomas a Orme of Cleveland and Samuel and Mary who Are at Home Bere. Funeral services will be held Bere Friday at to of clock conducted by Rev. D d it n tie id interment will take place at the Nye cemetery at Chauncey. An aged resident mrs Rhoda b Stedman Dies at her Home Friday afternoon. Mrs Rhoda Barker Steadman one of the of dest residents of Athens died Fri Day afternoon at her Home on Congress Street after an illness of about one week. On the sunday before her death though not in the Besto health she was Able to be about Arn visited the Home of or. And mrs. C. H. Hurter. As a result of the exposure she caught a severe cold which soon developed into a critical attack of pneumonia the Progress of the affliction could not be staid and death resulted Friday afternoon. The deceased was seventy nine years of age. Having been born near Athens on november Joti Injo. I Fie was the daughter of Andrew and Rhoda Glass. She was married in iwo to William s. Stedman death occurred last october. Of the three children born Only one sur Vive. Mrs. Julia e. A Scott at whose Home mrs. Stedman a death occurred. Besides her daughter she leaves one sister mrs. Tryfena Smith ave grand children and two great grand children. Funeral services were held sunday at her late Home conducted by Rev. Cyrus Rose and was attended by a Largo number of tri cud and relatives. Interment took Pike at the new cemetery. Remains brought to Ohio or. L. G. Worstell was summoned to Tappan monday where he attended the funeral of his brother Edward Worstell who met death by Accident at Lewiston Idaho. The remains were brought to Tappan where funeral services and interment took place. The Par i tenters sur rounding the death of Edward Are it Al per and la relative far been unable to ascertain the 04use. Enough Bas been Learned however that he met death by having a Wagon overturned in Nim producing internal Al Nouxie which caused death in a Short time. Fames at Lewiston have been written for More definite information. The deceased had been in Idaho two years and was bookkeeper for a raining company there. He was ssi years old and single. In liars in Tuha of ii exact oat is the executive committee was in session for an Bot r or More and after considering a few endorsements adjourned to join the other committee at hotel Berry a. I where the representative republicans cd g ii. Appleton Justice of i Ace. Clarks kit it Burg n.j., says a Dewitt s Little Early risers Are the Best pills made for constipation. We use no quickly cure ail liver and Bowel troubles. Cliness pharmacy. These congressional and senatorial districts had already assembled and were awaiting the announcement when the doers of the dining room would be thrown rightful Semi political function. I Bengal or t r Biddie. Or w n. Al Derman. J. M. In it vell Eugene William As. Dew. A. Mccormick. Fred Bougher l g. Worstell a. G. Hickman c l. I Poston. . Hudson we. Howard Elmer Golden or. K. Tinker or. J. L. Henry or. J. M lugging. F. M Root. Not until nearly Midnight did the enjoyable political love feast come to a Clow. During the latter part of the speech making the guests be am a Ciu enthusiastic and the allow of a a a a quince s was not sufficient to give vent to their buoyant feeling therefor to work off the enthusiasm engendered by the elegant collation the inspiring song a a we la rally round tie hag boys a was started and All joined in. In a Lusty manner. The affair was indeed a most de returned from Dakota h. H. Wickham returned the first of the week from a protracted trip on b Ness through Missouri Iowa and non Dakota. While in North Dakota he was the guest of his Boother Hon. P. A Wickham at Glen Uhlir sad Oil inspector of that state. Or Wick am found business in the Western mates in a flourishing free Silver twaddle is no longer heard. The prosperous conditions furnish the Only argument nerd in by the Farmers and Stock raisers of the Dakotas and next year will vote to support the administration that made such Industrial Prosperity possible officer elected , Jan. following officers of the f. A a. M. Lodge will be installed Friday january is a. M Frame w m k m. Griffin 8. L Bosey j. W.,g. Harman Secretary f Savior. Treasurer a. I Carleton 8. D. J. L. Shields j. D w d Cree and f. P. Dinsmore stewarts. M. Todd Tyler. Deafness cannot be cured by local applications As they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There in Only one Way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous linings of the eustachian tube. When this tube is inflamed Yon have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation Cen be taken out and this tube restored to its Normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten Are caused by Catarrh which is nothing Bat an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give one Hundred dollars for any Case of dearness caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by bal Catarrh cure Bend for circulars free. F j Cheney a co. Toledo. Bold by druggists 75c. Hail s family Imp Are the Best. O. Their annual banquet. Acray. January i a the fourth annual banquet of the a Good times a club of this place was held at hotel Beery. Saturday right. An Elsmaj amp to supper a served and a most delightful evening was spent. Those present were Frank b. Carpenter. K. T. Mckinstry. Harry Brown j n. Brown. Frank if Murphy. Or. E. L Murphy or. C i Jones Orville Dailey. John Lindley j. G. Forties a ii Cline Leo. I a slam indebted to one minute cough cure for my health and life. Ii cured me of lung trouble following thousands owe their lives to the prompt Sedan of this never failing remedy it cures coughs colds creep bronchitis pneumonia. Grippe and Throat and lung trouble. Its Early use prevents consumption. It is the Only harmless remedy that give immediate results. Cline s pharmacy a Nelson s big 4 plan on 4 big line of goods. I. Discounts All Bis Bills %. No rents Small expenses a Cash no loss from accounts 4 von get the Benefit if Yon Deal at Nelson s big 4 which Means clothing. Shoes gents furnishings and hats. A a remember or Rowson is the Only properly qualified veterinary surgeon in Athens county. Office Corner main and Union streets Athens. 50tl3. New year Ball. L t Travis agent Southern Railroad j Selina Cia writes a i can not say too Zimmerman. Herbert Bwana. Harry w. Mach in is Rise of one minute cough Mckinstry. Cure. In my can a set worked like a a it a the Only harmless i Medy that gives immediate results. Cute4 coughs col croup bronchitis Ami a. At a coming the Ball monday night at the state to j troubles Cline s a Barman Pital was a most delightful affair and a a it a j i Berry writes a i am willing to take tits Arith that i was cured o pneumonia on tire y by the use of one minute cough cures after doctors of failed it also cured of children of whooping Jui cily relieves and cures coughs colds croup Grippe and Throat Aud lung Trouf a. Children All was a Over two dozen couples enjoyed the fascinating whirl of thy Waltz and two step Hie Dawn of the new year was ushered in in the most bewitching manner and the Many guests were Loath to depart when the orchestra played a Home Sweet music was furnished by Selby a Oro Hestol like it. Mothers pharmacy. Trout it. Chi cos f<4 a hrs Mma

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