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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1894, Athens, Ohio
The Athens messenger and Herald Jani Art 25.1894. Oscai Mattees. A Harry Wilson a Well known Young a the m. E. Sun ii a school Baa never the Council lout rented for the �?7zz�?,. Resident of Athena bad anything Bat a Wen in More in get i it erotic condition Lodgment of tramp the Brick building a sheriff Riley i afflicted with a pleasant experience As the result of de than now nearly three Hundred Schul in the Cut at the foot of main St. Erected Ucb of la Grippe. Throwing his reason last saturday with ars being in attendance last sunday he some year since by the lab Henry t. There Are eleven prisoners in the la a Erttle rotations of Corn juice. While other with a full corps of capable and Brown Esq for a Wagon Aud Black i resisting arrest lie received a Knock zealous teachers Aud a very Large Nam Smith shop. This act iou has been taken j Down blow Over the right Temple from a Ber of visitors. We learn from acre Cane in the bands of the officer the try Hastings that the presbyterian i wound bleeding profusely. It took him sunday achoo is also enjoying a period it Day in jail to sufficiently recover from of increasing Proem it Erity the attend the effects of the blow to be aide to make i a knee there last Sabbath having been his appearance before the mayor who larger than at any time during the in default of $5.00 Fine Aud costs re 1 Many years that he has been Secretary highest of ail in Leavening u. S. Gov t report ii All county prisoners. A miss Jessie love is seriously ill at e Home of mrs. Or. Howe. A or. George a Boon returned Mousy from a business trip to Missouri. A or. And mrs. Emmett Tompkins of Dun ibus Are the guests of or. And re. Chaa. H. Welch. A prosecuting attorney Wood was in full ill to tuesday but had some lint improved yesterday. A Fred Carpenter left on monday to be a position in his uncles store at Urr Isonville Meigs county a or. La l. Hooper was on saturday pointed by judge Bethel Assignee of Corge h. Kern who lives near pleas ton. A the january term of the circuit Art convened yesterday with judges Ark Guerri Uptou Aud Bussell of the neb. Miss Ora Cotton the popular soles a. O. A loaned a is enjoying a la earned vacation in a visit with Reives at Toledo. Or. George Ullom has leased the me Stead of the late Hon. J. W. Bay a with the privilege of purchasing 0 same after five years. David h. Moore cashier of the first National Bauk returned of tues in morning from a several Days Bourn at the Federal capital. Or. Aud mrs. J. L. Manring yes relay changed their residence from thens to Middleport greatly to the egret of their Many friends Here. Or. And mrs. L. H. Reutinger reamed on monday from an enjoyable Isit East stopping in Washington bal Floore Philadelphia and new York. Judge Moses f. Wilson of Cincin Ati an inimitable wit and one of the lost genial of gentlemen was a untie a ble Athens visitor the first of Tho week. The citizens of Aumsville have oiled bands and purses to secure the Section of a roller process Mill at thut ullage preparations for the building i which have begun. Mrs. E. B. Clark of Point pleasant va., who has been the agreeably a pertained guest of maj. And mrs. A. M. Jewett for the past week or More chimed Home yesterday. A saturday last original pensions Ere granted to the following old boilers of Athens county thus. E. Dew Elso Uville Selden w. Carney Judson lid Dias. B. Burley Garden. Steward Cline of the Athens Asylda is in infirm physical condition us e result of a recent severe attack of grip. We join his Many friends in i Shiing him speedy recovery. Last thursday a inquest of lunacy As held in judge Bethel a court in Tho ase of Joseph Maurer aged 22, of Buchtel with the result of his being Omini Ted to the Athens Asylum. Noticeable increasing interest and attendance Marks the nightly services t the presbyterian Church the Dis courses of the pastor Rev. W. A. Powell eing fervid edifying and impressive. A As the result of a half dozen Revi us meetings recently conducted at the Bange Christian Church by Rev. M. Harvey of Athens thirty additions Ere made to the Church membership. John Woodyard pleasantly enter aimed the fellow pupils of his class in he presbyterian sunday school at the ome of his parents or. And mrs. J. Woodyard last thursday evening. A Frank Martin local editor of the Inton county Republican Tho new Republican paper recently established t Mcarthur was a pleasant caller of e messenger and Herald on Mon a. I to next term of the Athens county minion pleas court will open on tues a february oth. The docket is linearly Large and the term will nimbly extend into the Middle of Arch. Athens county has a school enrol it of 11.thi Muj received from the her 1804 the Large sum of Sid 3715. To 1,1 bin a Sho turned into the state amay for the support of common Voln. Iho forcible and impressive ser which Rev. I. Y. Murdock is a a j preaching it the current series Veval a stings it Tho m. E. Church 11 subject of general favourable Mien rss 1�?~As. R Henderson follow a protracted and pleasant visit with a a Quot tiler. Mrs. Edgar p. Jewett and a her mrs. Of. L. Kurtz will to 1 Quot a or Home in Waterloo Iowa in w Guys. La mum pipe of the Athens water a Quot i he erected on the school lot ii Unity of the hag staff. The p Louse will to located in prox irn Quot i hiking Valley a by a switch a Ort distance w est of the depot. To n a 1 11 popular student j a 0 �?~1� ufos varsity from Eastern Quot to rooms at mrs. N. La. Van t est dec dentally fell Over Tho ter 1,1 the Back Yard several nights or 8uhtane�?~l injuries severe Quot 1 to 8,Uoo prevent her attention allege duties. Committed him to jail. A the a Christian Church notes Tell i of the continued interest and religious Success which attend the nightly evangelical services at that Sanctuary which Are now in their seventh week during which the pastor Rev. Or. Maclane has preached every evening except saturday. It is expected that the meetings will continue until the end of the month Aud will Only close then because or. Maclane has an engagement to assist in evangelical work in Cincinnati during february. A the subject of pikes in View of the soft condition of the roads is being vigorously discussed in Many parts of the county. The messenger and is in favor of settling the question affirmatively. The subject is one that ought to engross the serious attention of the Farmers Institute which meets in Athens next Mouth. There is nothing that would More importantly contribute to the Comfort and Prosperity of our people than a substantial system of Good roads. A under the construction which has been placed upon the Law changing the time of clerks of the court entering upon a new term clerk hedge will continue to discharge the functions of the office until next August the time fixed for the beginning of the term of his successor. D. A. Ii. Mckinstry who was elected clerk at the election held last november we understand prefers to defer his Entrance upon the duties of the office until the time named. Geo. W. Townley is engaged Iii making plans and estimates for the Athens town Council for the building of a Brick Laboose 60x22 feet in the rear of the City Hall. The building will to constructed with the ultimate object of building upon it an Extension of the City Hall with the View of enlarging and improving the stage Aud dressing rooms. A circulation is what counts for advertisers a fact which makes pertinent the remark in this connection that the present circulation of the messenger and Herald has never been equated by any paper in Southeastern Ohio. Verification of this statement is open it this , persons interested. A the members of Ohio Gamma Phi Delta Theta fraternity of the Ohio University and their lady friends will he entertained at the residence of or. Aud mrs. Charles h. Welch to Morrow Friday evening. A delightful occasion is anticipated. The supper an elaborate one will be served by Berry. A Scioto county has Lifty Niue patients in the Athens Asylum which is six in excess of its quota. There Are hut few counties in the Asylum District which have not More patients Iii that institution than they Are entitled to Athens county having 15 in excess. A mrs. A. W. Watkins her friends will be glad to know has so far recovered from the effects of her late severe stroke of paralysis As to have come up town last Friday and spent part of the Day with her daughter mrs. Jesse Warren. A Henrietta aged about six years the interesting Little daughter of or. Aud mrs. Henry Kilt eur died at the Home of her parents in this place wednesday morning of peritonitis utter a severe illness of several Days. A Ellsworth . Woodruff and Alfred Brown will Start in a few Days for a Hunt in the wilds of West Virginia. Their proposed game is Rabbit but they go prepared for bigger game should any show up. A the will of Jacob Whetstone who of the school. We Are also told that the Christian Church sunday school is by the Council on the score of Public Economy As Hie lodging i f tramps in the jail with breakfast has proved much too expensive for the resource of the municipal exchequer tin1 Legal turn kit yes charges alone for admitting each tramp into the jail being $1.50 Ami there baking powder have been within the past month As Many As Twenty of these Gentry lodged likewise in a flourishing condition j Juth. Efti in h a a ight. Sheriff Riley expresses gratification in being relieved of their care w hich was Ordi in really attended w Ith the introduction of vermin into the jail in addition to the risk of their originating contagious diseases. Under the system provided by the Council they can be lodged it less Thau one fourth the Cost which at j tended the former Mode particularly As no provision has been made for fur j Lushing them with anything to eat a fact which is Likely to discourage them j from making Athens a stopping place j longer than they can find it practicable to a move some of these Desti-1 Tate wayfarers Are worthy objects of i absolutely pure such encouraging reports from these nurseries of moral and Christian influences can to other Thau be viewed with complacency by All Good citizens. I a last saturday the wife of Marion Johnson who lives several Miles West of i Athens traded a lot of cast off clothing i to a peddle for some tinware. On the return Home of or. Johnson the same evening he found that a pocket Book j containing valuable papers including a number of promissory notes of consider Able value which he had secreted in j the hip pocket of an old pair of pants i which had been traded to the peddle had been carried away by him. He at i once hastened to town in search of the i Charity Many of them drafted into the grand army Epworth league entertainment the e pm Orth league Bas arranged to give a number of entertainments during March and april. The first of the entertainments will be a lecture by Rev. George k. Morris d. I pastor of St. Paul s m. K. Church Cincinnati outline subject of a the divine Art of making the most of ones self a which will be delivered to tuesday evening mar. Lib prof. Byron w. King principal of the Pittsburg school of oratory will give an elocution Ary entertainment on tuesday evening March 27th. The third of the course will to a lecture by Rev. La. B. Pope in in pastor of Grace m. E. Church Coshocton o., on a Abraham Lincoln you Friday having been i even not april 18th. Latter whom he finally found at a cheap i drafted into t he grand army of tramps j Pau fort 1 am j list boarding House in the West end. He j by circumstances beyond their control j a Jujj jul it or Jet a p. Recovered the pocket Book with its con-11 1 doubtless the majority of them ure tents All right Aud returned Home in a a authors of their own misfortunes state of much greater equanimity than an a would not Avail themselves of when he came. J Hie Opportunity to improve their con a All of the very Large audience that edition he honest Lubor if a Opp Ortu presented them. Attended the excellent entertainment i Given by the Franz Wilczek concert company saturday evening were Evi j Dently highly gratified. It is no exag-1 aeration to say that the performances j in their respective specialities have never been excelled in Athens. The j excellent company can confidently rely i on full houses whenever they again j favor our Community with their pres-1 ence. It is properly added in this con j Section that messes. Sloane it Manring the lessees of the City Hall have greatly added to their prestige As caterers to the enjoyment of our local Public by j securing to our citizens such a delightful entertainment. A air. Jas. O Wright had a narrow escape one Day last we k from losing three fingers off his left hand. As it was. The two Middle fingers were ditto the Bone and the Bone of the Index Finger Cut in Twain besides having the flesh of the Hall of the thumb Cut off. Tile injuries were the result of his hand being thrown against a Buzz saw at which he was at work. Whether he will eventually recover the full use of his fingers time alone can determine. A the new Brown is rapidly gaining Back its old time prestige. The House is in excellent condition and the table is unsurpassed. It will not to or. Steenrod a fault if the new Brown does not become the most popular hostelry in this Section of Tho state no efforts being spared upon his part to meet Ever a reasonable desire of the travelling Public in the matter of first class accommodations and polite attentions. A Athens chickens won one of a series of fights which occurred at a largely attended Cocking main which took place in close neighbourhood to Circleville last thursday night at which �10,000 is said to have changed hands. It is quite remarkable that so brutal and disgraceful an exhibition should conspicuously occur without molestation i on the part of the officers of the Law. �?1. W. Nelson proprietor of the hotel Nelson at Nelsonville Lias for a sometime been engaged in preparations for a grand Charity Hull to be Given in i the Hall connected with his hotel on the night of tile 12th of next month for tile n i to was a a week or More since the wife of or. J. M. Gatewood late of Keith Noble county and formerly of Mcconnelsville was brought to the Athens Asylum violently insane she having been predisposed to lunacy within the year As the result of a nearly fatal attack of typhoid fever a disposition that was intensified by the desertion of her husband several weeks since who is said to entertainment Home Talent the Date j and program for which will be hereafter announced. Rey. Ii. M. Conaway president of the league informs us that tickets for the full course will be sold it 50 cents. Single admission 25 cent. It is to be hoped that our citizens generally will generously did the league in Tho laudable Enterprise which it has undertaken. A who Ani i a a communication from mrs. B. C. Davis supported by the affidavit of Alonzo h. Davis which is printed elsewhere in this Issue would seem to fix have left Home because of financial pm the identity of the Young Man to whom bar assent and who last thursday committed suicide by hanging himself in his room in a prominent hotel at Toledo. The doctor was u successful and w idely popular physician Aud the cause of ins financial reverses is not stated. His unfortunate wife is confined in the suicidal w Ard of the female department it being thought necessary to exercise constant vigilance Over her to prevent her doing herself harm. Judge Bethel recently issued a marriage License under tile name of Pearl Henry and who was in doubt As to whether his name was stump Hunter or Davis when he Magothe application. The messenger and Herald is also in receipt of a communication from a. La. Stump accompanied by an affidavit signed by himself and wife mrs. Ii. La. Stump in which they state that to their know ledge the right name of the Young during the past week a petition Lins Jan Quot Horn they raised from infancy been numerous by signed by the citizens8 Shelby Davis Aud that neither of of Nelsonville asking the legislature for the enactment of in Law to provide for the abandonment of the Hocking canal them had Over said he was Tho son of mrs. Shelby Davis. From the two statements and the affidavit of Alonzo and dedicating the same for the Pur h David in worm appear that the real pose of building a Railroad thereon to to owned and controlled by the people of the Valley and adjacent cities and i operated in their interest. Said Law to provide certain conditions Nuder w hich a company qualifying May apply for a charter and construct a Railroad from Tho Hocking a Alley mines to Columbus. A a Bill Lias been introduced in the legislature providing for the abandonment of the Hocking canal and ceding it to a company that proposes to build a railway parallel to the c., h. V. Amp t. Road agreeing to transport Coal for the use of the state free of Cost. Ave do not i believe such a Bill will pass. Ave author expect to see in the not Distant future the a raging canal navigated by electrically propelled boats which motive Power has been successfully introduced on the Erie and several other canals. A Friday night feb. 2d, the Boston comedy company will present at Tho name of the Young Man is Davis but not Tho son of Shelby Davie. A about one Hundred miners employed by the Athens Coal company at Daleton five Miles West of town quit work lust Friday because the company refused the demand of Tho entry Drivers for higher wages. The major portion of the men who have thus voluntarily abandoned their Means of support Are said to have entered upon the strike a without a Dollar Iii their pockets or anything Elso. Of course themselves and their families will unless they return to work have to be supported during their voluntary idleness by the wage earners of the miners Union or by Public Charity. There has for sometime existed Public expectation of a general strike on the part of the miners of Tho Hocking Trulley on account of a demand on the part of the operators of a Twenty cents reduction of wages Aud who also ask certain Cit a Hall the diverting and entertaining Chunga in the rules which the miners play entitled a ranch to a which is one of the most popular dramas of the modern stage. A grand company special Aud Benefit of the needy poor of that place. Nmn Aud splendid cos the net fund which is to be devoted to tames Are among the accessories. A Are unwilling to Grant. Even should the miners consent to a fourteen cents reduction As has been proposed there will yet he so much variance Between Tho men and the operators touching the ii i a u wi11 u1c Tho men amt tile operators touching i the object Siam in it exp Uffit of refill enjoyment is assured to All change of the rules that who witness this intensely in donating Mirike is a Robalo. Nounith Standis in the gallium county common pleas last thursday judge Desteiguer instructed the prosecuting attorney to Issue citations for the appearance in court thereof three prominent citizens of that county to show cause Why they strike is probable notwithstanding. The definite result of the vote it Tho it. Re j popular it different mines which was Tuku last saturday on Tho question of the proposed reduction of wages is not known it the time of writing this but those in comedy. Done to miss seeing served seats at Sloane Sut prices. A it is announced that the result of Tho vote taken among the hooking a Alley miners last saturday was to re j position letter them to fore ,., nil since at tile Homo Slu no prosecuted for contempt jeep a he propos Tiou for a reduction of cart t in result of the vote love Pru. Died several months since at the Home of court. They Are charged with having j Liges. At our latest advices before of his daughter mrs. George Myers on Taw pored with the jurors drawn to try going to press the exact figures of the j monday Creek was probated on Lues i Tolje Clendenin Case. J result ure being withheld until a More i a the Albany Advance pays the Fob j careful canvass of the vote shall have j lowing compliment to one of Athens been completed should the reported j county Sable Aud popular officials i result of the vote prove to be Correct a j a prosecuting attorney Wood made an general we May add disastrous strike enviable record for himself during his in the Valley would seem to by in unit first term and lie will add still greater Able. Lustre to his Crown. He a a terror to j a a new shift is about to be sunk at evil doers Aud they know what it Means Hainley run near the site of the hoppers that were destroyed by fire a month or More ago. This will be Good Day. The value it his estate is Esti timoted at $5,000. A miss Dolly Gist has resumed her kindergarten Iii a room Iii the City Hall. It offers Opportunity for the beneficial training of very Young children that parents generally should Avail themselves of. The mud Aud debris which had a to have Wood a aging cumulated on main Street Ciuco the Eye ure asked to Correct a mistake late Rains was removed at Tho begin roc4.utly made by our Canaanville Cor Nuth to the Large number of men who sing of the week by Street commis j re8pundeut i stating that mrs. Mary were thrown out of employment by loner beverage Aud a Force of work j y00 Jyh Virth married at the Home on men. J Stroud a run of her sister mrs. A. Ave shall in the next Issue of Tho Jourdon the marriage having taken messenger and Herald make detailed pm race rtt the residence in Athens of the mention of the College contest which i officiating minister Rev. Cyrus Rose. A individual to whom the Interior come off it the City Hall last night. Seats eau he secured at Sloane s on in after monday next for the next entertainment in the Athens lecture course. Sec notice elsewhere. Miss rate Lawhead of Mineral City is visiting mrs. C. 0. Smallwood Aud family of East state Street Aud will remain several weeks eggs ens for tins period of the county jail is a familiar picture by reason of the frequent incarcerations. ,. ,. I i i cuts should for imbibing Corn juice beyond rational Bounds says that the jail was never so pleasant and hospitable a habitation us Duce sheriff Riley a induction into office. A the Chillicothe Gazette says the Are unusually cheap in Atli Athens Asylum for the insane continues of the Veary Ltd to be one of the Best conducted of the i state institutions. Cents a dozen. That disaster Aud most of whom have since been Idle. A the hooking Valley trains now run into the new passenger depot at Pomeroy. It looks As if our people would have to wait a considerable while longer before trains run into a new depot in Athens. The Hocking Valley offi not forget thut patience wears out. A Nelsonville is about to lose from her citizenship one of her most prominent and enterprising business men in the person of or. Chaa. Ii. Duane who goes to Columbus to enter upon the position of Secretary Aud treasurer of the recently organized paving Block company of that City. Dieted thut it would he Adverse to the proposition in which Case a general suspension of work at the mines in the a Alley would seem inevitable As Tho operators have clearly shown that they cannot pay the present wage Boule and Hope to successfully compute in the markets with the much cheaper mined Coal of the Pittsburg District and in View of the limited demand by reason of the almost Universal suspension of manufacturing enterprises Aud the general depression in All lines of business. Dean cannot a cured by local applications As they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is Only one Way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus ii lining of the eustachian tube. Alien this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out Aud this tube restored to its Normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten Are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mutinous surfaces. Ave w ill give one Hundred dollars for any Case of deafness caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. Cheney k ., Toledo Mebold by druggists 75c. A aah Atli the grass growing the Blue Birds singing the hens industriously engaged Iii the egg business the wild geese making to their Way North Tho dandelions in Bloom together with other signs of premature Spring the Oft repented remark that this Lins been an extremely exceptional january is fully justified. It is Hurdly necessary to remark that Tho whole scene was changed yesterday by a lower temperature Aud a driving Snow storm. A just As we have been sharing in Tho Public congratulation upon the riddance of our Community from the general prevalence of the grip we see it mentioned that the a immortal j. is at a certain town on the line of the Hocking a Alley Railroad evidently heading toward Athens. To live two Public calamities to follow in such close proximity is not pleasant to contemplate. A it can confidently be anticipated that Japonica and easter Flowers will soon be Iii Bloom if the Spring like temperature which has generally prevailed this month shall much longer continue. A a More disagreeable Aud Nasty Day than was yesterday is of rare occupancy in this latitude. Christian Church notes. The last lecture in the course to men was delivered sunday afternoon. Tho y. P. S. C. E. Is also increasing Iii members and in activity. Last sunday night closed the sixth week of elder a Olunek a evangelistic meetings Ullin which time 115 souls were added to the Church. Many of these me Heads of families. Our lords Day school has More than doubled there being Over one Hundred present last sunday. Prof. B. O. Higley the superintendent invites the teachers to his House on saturday evenings for the study of the lesson. The House was packed to its utmost capacity Oil sunday night and numbers were turned away from Lack of room. Harvey is the Able Leader of the singing while miss Hattie Hines has kindly and faithfully presided at the Organ through the entire meetings. In Cluck a limes people overlooked the importance of permanently beneficial effects and wore satisfied with transient action but now that it. Is generally known that syrup of figs will permanently cure constipation Well informed people w ill not buy other laxatives which act for a time but finally injure the system. A Cwm Iii. The Athens steam laundry. The Athens steam laundry is an Enterprise Widich deserves and should have the undivided Pityou Geof our citizens. Tho work turned out by this laundry is first class and Tho prices charged As Low As can be obtained in any City in Ohio. Those of our citizens who do not now patronize this Home institution if they have any doubt of its facilities for doing the Best work should favor it w Ith a trial order. Work culled for and delivered free of charge. New Nodi. Business change. We Are authorized to announce that messes. Fleming k Bailey who contracted for the Purchase of the tailoring establishment of la. Gormley have failed to comply with the conditions und Tho business will be carried on As before. Hugh go Riley however has withdrawn from the firm and hereafter it u ill he conducted under the management of e. J. Gormley to whom All outstanding accounts will be payable. For Sale. One Hundred and eighty acres of land situated four Miles w est of Athens and which is peculiarly adapted to peach culture or grazing can he bought cheap at private Sale by applying to or addressing j. E. Weidman no85-tf. Athens Ohio. A Newsom. A if you Are not already a Patron give Tho Athens steam laundry a trial order. All work guaranteed first class. A Cwm Iii. A on fell. 24th, 18u4, there will be a personally conducted excursion from Columbus to California and Pacific coast Points including the mid Winter exposition. The c., h. V. A t. Ray . Will sell tickets from All its Points at reduced rates. For particulars Call on c., h. A7. A t. Agents for a descriptive pamphlet giving rates route Etc. Vav. H. Blackwood. A Nola a com ent. Editor mess Sokk Avo a please an a of Nee Lay name a a Maui late for City solicitor at the approaching Spring election. The support of my fellow citizens w ill to appreciated. It kown three Fine fans for Sale. Having moved from Clinton county Ohio to Athens we have three Good farms for Sale. The land la excellent and in Good state of cultivation on Good Turnpike ii Miles from Blanchester Clinton county Ohio. Will sell on easy payments and Low Price. Address Yumon school i uni tabs Cathena Ohio. Jan is Law it hts
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