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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1900, Athens, Ohio
The Athens Messel Hek Anh Herald Jun e 21.1000, 5 local Brevi ties a miss Julia Bryson of Columbus is visiting miss Marne Wood a w. Sanders of Smul Lehi was about town wednesday on business. Mrs. Harry Crippen of Nelsonville is the guest of mrs. O. L. Poston. A. G. Burk of Stewart was about town saturday attending to business. A Charles Wheatley of Marietta was the guest of Holly grim sunday. A Joseph Earich of Millfield was in Athens tuesday the guest of relatives. A mrs. W b. Golden is the guest of miss crowd Tea Packard in Urbana. A miss Myrtle Walton of Washington c. U. Is the guest of miss Mary Pickett. A miss Edna Buck of Suffolk w. Ais visiting miss Winnie Baker this week. A or. Amos wharf of near Stewart was about town monday attending to business matters. A a. A. Dodds of new England was in Athens monday looking after business interests. A Homer Wilson a student Here has As his guest his sister miss Wilson of new Lexington. A mrs. F. Earl Deweese of Chillicothe is the guest of Home friends during commencement. A mrs. Emma Irland of Warsaw Indiana. Is the guest of mrs. F. W. Bush on Union Street. A miss Margaret Sherlock of Columbus is the pleasant guest of her sister mrs. J. B. Chappelear a prof. A. Whipple of the it. Vernon Public schools is the guest of friends and relatives Here. A or. And mrs. W. E. Bundy and Little son of Cincinnati Are commencement visitors this week. Mrs George Vav. Heed of Uhrichsville is the guest of her Mother mrs. G. . Baker this week. Miss Sarah Roach of Washington d. Is the guest of her parents or. And of i Farsi Roach. Miss Lucite Lovell of Lathrop is the guest of her grandparents or. And mrs. 8 n. Hobson this week. A Henry Warren of Reedsville Meigs county was in Athens wednesday looking after business affairs. A mrs. Samuel Preston and mrs. Villa Hawk of Nelsonville were the guests of Athens friends wednesday. A mrs. Bertha Hoover who has been visiting friends in Massillon for several weeks past has returned Home. . A. Craft of the Glouster press has been spending the past week on a vacation with relatives near Athens. A mrs. . . Mcyay left tuesday for a visit with her son. Supt. H. It. Mcvay and his wife at Washington c. In a or. G. L. Pake of Marshfield and supt. A. Ii. Dixon of Albany attended commencement exercises this week. A miss Alice Rose who has been spending the past year in Chicago will return Hgt me saturday to spend the summer. A or. And mrs. Of c. Whitey of Lancaster were the guests of or. And mrs. D. H. Moore luring commencement. A mrs. Carrie Mason and daughter Anna of Trimble were the guests Over sunday of or. And mrs. J. Vvs. Earich. A supt. Ii. It Mcyay has been re elected As superintendent of the Washington c. In. Public school for the third year. A or. S. F. Schwefel and mrs. Clyde Brown have gone East and will spend the summer with or. And mrs. Ellis Ballard. Miss Marne Rice leaves today for Stevens Point. Wisconsin where she has secured a Good position in a real estate office. Pc m. Emory after spending several Day the guest of College friends returned to his Home at Flat the first of the week. A mrs. Or. . Ii Wood of Smithfield is spending the week Here the guest of her brother or. J. M. Higgins and other relative. Mrs. Vvs. R. Baker has As her guests a week her Sisters mrs. S. M. Knowles title Hocking and mrs. L. E. Wells of Rietta. Mark Davis son of o. E. Davis Xmay in of Athens now located in Columbus. Came Down sunday and is the guest of friends. A a. Ii. Carpenter of Denver Colorado arrived Here the last of the week and is the guest of the family of prof. And mrs. J i. Evans. A Rev. Ii. F. Mclean of Toledo was Bere to attend commencement exercises. His daughter miss Ardilla is a member of the class this year. A or. David Durbin of Marshfield who nerved through the civil rebellion and who is now in very poor health in consequence was in town tuesday. A mrs. Edson Cartmell and miss Ida Mitthof of Lancaster who were the guests of or. And mrs. J. L. Pickering last week returned Home saturday. A some one by Accident or otherwise broke one of the Large windows in e. H. Lash s drug store sunday night. The Glass had been in service for Twenty years. Or. And mrs. T. L. Young arrived Here the last of the week from East Liverpool and will remain several Days the guests of relatives in the Vicinity of Athens. A prof. J. A. Harlor principal of the Washington c. In schools arrived Here sunday and is renewing College acquaintances and attending the commencement exercises. A principal Jasper Shumate accompanied by mrs. Shumate of Jackson Are spending the week Here the guests of relatives and attending the commencement exercises. A the marriage of miss Mary picker he of this City and or. Orville d. Dailey place sunday night at the Home of or a a a parents or. And mrs Samuel ring Rev. L. C. Haddox officiating a Arriage comes As a Surat be to their lends. No Skall pox in the Valley simply a scare cuban itch Nelsonville june a sensation was created Here last reek when it was announced by the leading doctors that Small pox existed in Many of the Small towns on the Branch. Several persons were afflicted with a strange disease which at first was thought to be Small pox. A Large country House was procured for a pest House and these persons removed to it. Many of the towns were quarantined. But now it is claimed that there in t a Case of smallpox. Some Call the disease cuban itch but most people leave it without a name. Bevier Al june 19.�?the Small pox scare Here was Short lived the town was quarantined and the greatest excitement prevailed for a few Days but All disquiet now. Gardner pleads not guilty. Richard Gardner the negro confined in the Ross county jail on the charge of murdering Ethel Long at Austin May 22, was arraigned before judge Douglas saturday morning. The judge ordered Gardner to stand while clerk Isaac n. Jordan read the indictment. Gardner listened in a sullen manner. He looked about apprehensively and turned in his chair to take note of the Entrance of a casual Spectator. There were not very Many persons in the courtroom however because the arraignment was not generally known. The indictment contained a detailed review of the horrible tragedy the manner in which the prisoner had made the assault the number and location of the wounds upon the body of the Little girl which caused her death. At. The conclusion of the indictment the court asked Gardner whether or not he was guilty of the crime charged in the indictment. Without a tremor and in a very Plain audible voice he said a not guilty of the charge he was ordered taken Back to jail and judge Douglas set the cause on docket for trial monday july 9. A a a in invitations out. It May be Learned from the appended invitation that or. E. C. Woodworth who has been responsible for the news column of the messenger and Herald for the past four years is not Only a versatile and interesting writer but that he is a successful suitor and has won the heart and hand of one of Athens county s charming Young ladies mrs. Mary e. Fuller invites you to be present at the marriage of her daughter Mary Pauline to or. Erwin Chester Woodworth on wednesday evening june 27th, Nineteen Hundred at eight o clock Chauncey Ohio. At Home after August first Athens Ohio. Excursion from Cincinnati. The a Uhrig Coal company ran an excursion from Cincinnati to the Dale or Coal mines sunday and about too people from the Queen City anti intermediate Points took advantage of the Opportunity to see one of the largest collieries in tile state. The majority of the visitors went Down on the Cage and with the assistance of accommodating guides were Able to see the Interior of a great Coal mine. The visitors were highly pleased with their trip and Many of them for the first time saw where and How the glistening Black diamonds Are mined. After the exploration of the mine the visitors were brought to Athens on the special train and remained until their train left for Cincinnati the same evening. Band supper. The ladies of the presbyterian and methodist churches will give a supper tuesday evening. June 2<i, on the College Campus for the Benefit of the Athens concert Bani. Be Long of supper will begin at 6o�?Tclock. Cost 15 cents. Music will be furnished by the band. A a in in a a or. John in Slattery in at Home from the West Point Milletary Cadamy where he recently graduated with honors. He was among the first five of his class which distinction permits him to select any department of service in the i. K army that he May choose. He elected to Joi the engineering corps. A prof. C. H. Copeland of Guysville was elected superintendent tuesday night of the Hamden schools and will succeed supt. Wilson. Supt. Copeland taught last year in the Northern part of the state and the Board of education of Hamden is to be congratulated upon the judicious selection. A miss Zee Codding and or. Codding of Findlay miss Myra Sawhill and or. Roe of Pittsburg Pennsylvania and miss Elizabeth Roe of Des Moines Iowa Are the guests of or. And mrs. Henry on state Street. A mrs. C. B. Humphrey and two children of Cincinnati arrived saturday evening for commencement exercises. They will remain the guests of the former s Mother or. Minear in Sunnyside for several weeks. A mrs. Arthur Falloon and Daugher were visiting friends Here the first of the week. They will visit a Short time in Albany before leaving for their new Home in Ashville North Carolina Oil m Mccord a former student of commercial Point silent several Days Here this week and was the guest of his College friends. He is now attending business College in Columbus. Pc. S. Taylor of Waverly a student at the University two years ago was about town the first of the week renewing acquaintances. He is now doing reportorial work on the Waverly news. A miss Margaret Black left tuesday for Pueblo Colorado where she will spend the summer the guest of her sister or. Louisa t. Black. De Thomas Hughes die suddenly monday at Piqua graduate of 0. U. The sad news was Learned Here tuesday of the sudden death of Rev. Or. Thomas ii. Hughes of Piqua who passed away of heart disease monday. Or. Hughes was graduated from the Ohio University in 1870 and prepared for the presbyterian ministry at Princeton University. He was one of the charter members of the local chapter of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity founded in 1818. Only four years ago he was Here during commencement week delivered the annual Sermon and formed Many College friendships. The Phi Delta Theta chapter met tuesday and adopted appropriate resolutions which with a Floral tribute were sent to the family at Piqua. A a a a marriage announced the marriage of or. George a. Coe and miss Bertha Williams is announced to take place next wednesday afternoon at 4 of clock at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. W. M. Williams of Jerseyville. The Bride elect is a charming Young lady and or. Coe is the son of or. Lucius Coe of Jerseyville. He is a Well known Young business Man of Athens and is engage in the hardware business in the firm of Goldsberry St Coe. Only the relatives of the contracting parties will be present at the nuptial event. Or. And mrs. Coe will begin housekeeping at once in Athens on state Street. Marriage License. Charles Bruce Nelsonville and Maud Decker new Pittsburg. Joseph Stires Glouster and Nancy Rutter Burr Oak. Edward Fisk and Mary i. Riser both of Nelsonville. Rev. Fulton. Robert f. Whitmer lock 7, Vav. Va., and Edith Wolf Athens. . S. Powers. Andrew j. Collins and Millie m. Lyman both of Athens. Rev. Simms. John Cuninghame and Cora Rannells both of Athens. Not called for. Following is the list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Post office at Athens june 18,1900 meaty c. S. Holmes Emalyne Tralley. L. Justice Isaac Cunningham a. J. Lurk Gertrude Day Kate Michael Ora Hanford c. A. Met Laughlin. Frost John Smith. Frank l. Frost s. I. Hay bom. Kit Hogue William Wilson Caroline persons calling for the above letters will please say they were advertised. C. I. Gist postmaster. A a a a a a the american Institute of homeopathy the oldest medical society in the United states is in session in Washington i. A. This week. The principal feature of this meeting is the dedication of the Hahne Niam Monument which takes place this thursday afternoon. The site Given by Congress for the Monument is known As Scott Circle. This is a Beautiful Little Park centrally located and but a Short distance from the White House. The statue of Daniel Webster the great expounded of the Constitution stares on the Western Border while in the Center stands the massive figure of Gen. Winfield s. Scott the Hereof the mexican War. On the East slue the statue of Samuel Hahne Niam the great medical reformer and founder of the homeopathic system of Medicine will be erected. The United states is the second nation whose people have honoured this great physician and scientist by erecting a Monument to Iris memory the first being Germany his native country the statue of Hahne Niam being erected in a Public Square in that ancient and classic City of Leipsic. B amp 0. So excursion account John Robinson s circus Par Kersburg Vav. Ajune 21, the in St o. So. Will sell excursion tickets june 29, Good returning june to at ti.7.1 for round trip. Account Young people s Union of America to by held at Cincinnati Ohio july 12-15. The in St o. K w. Will sell excursion tickets july to. La 12 and he Good returning july 17 with privilege of an Extension of return limit not later than Augustio provided tickets Are deposited with joint agent on or before july 14, and a fee off of cents paid in connection with each ticket at time of Deposit. Fare from Athens m 55 for round trip. Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia persons with indigestion Are already half starved. They need plenty of wholesome food. Kodol dyspepsia Core digests what you eat so the body can be nourished while the worn out organs Are being reconstructed. It is the Only preparation known that will instantly relieve and completely cure All stomach troubles. Try it if you Are suffering from indigestion. It will certainly do you Good. Cliness pharmacy in a in $1 of Columbus and return $1.00 the Athens concert hand will leave at 5 0 1 o clock a. I Friday. June 29, via Ohio Central l nes. For a Day n Outing at Ole tangy Park. Columbus. Every sly invited. round trip. A a a Coolville Carn meeting Epworth league will give a picnic at Phillips Grove Miles Southeast of Athens. July 4th, from 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. Several prominent speakers will be present. A Charles Boyer the Barber has moved his shop to the Daniels stand on main Street. He will be pleased to meet his old customers in his new shop. Small in size and great is results Are Dewitt Little Early risers the famous Little pills that cleanse the liver and bowels. They do not Grilj get. Cline pharmacy. Dost tobacco Agit sad i sort tour life away. To quit tobacco easily and forever be magnetic. Full of life nerve and vigor take no tonne the wonder worker that makes weak men Strong. All druggists 80c or la. Cure guaranteed Booklet Aid Aam pie free. Address Sterling remedy Ca. Chicago or new York unless food is digested quickly it will ferment and irritate the stomach. After each meal take a teaspoonful of Kodol dyspepsia cure. It digests what you at and will allow you to eat All you need of what you like. It never fails to cure the worst cases of dyspepsia. It is pleasant to take. Cliness pharmacy. A a a. A. H. Hailing insures everything Athens Ohio. To cure const i potion forever. Take Asci ret Candy cathartic toe or so. Of c. C. C. Fail to cure druggist refund Money. W. B. Lawrence insurance oust dec Price stores. The brisk Selling still continues but broken lots accumulate. By Selling these at a Low Price we accomplish a twofold purpose namely keeping our Stock fresh and clean and at the same time saving you a lot of Money. We can to name All of Hie bargains but Here Are a few. Reductions Are Radical j lace curtain special on our remnants of matting. One third off on every tiling under Twenty Yards. We also offer for time a Good China matting at the ridiculously Low Price of 10c per Yard. The Sale of ladies Eton suits is still on. When you can buy a suit Cut in the latest style at one third off from the regular Price can you afford to miss it $12.00 suits $8.00. $1.1.50 suits $9.00, $15.00 suits $10.00, $18.00 suits $1100, ten pieces Silvaleen All Are Bright clean new and desirable patterns fast colors Good finality and no two alike will sell this week at hic per Yard on account of the heavy Selling we have a few broken lots of lace curtains left which we will sell at greatly reduced prices. One two and three curtains of a kind can be found in these lots. Plainly stated. We Are very anxious to sell Tbs balance of our women s and children a trimmed hats and we Are willing to make the prices do it. Hats up to $2.50 now $1.19. Hats up to $4.in now $1.9. An Opportunity to buy a Large Wagon umbrella at the nominal Price of 90c is something unusual. We have a to printed with our name which we will sell at that Price. D. Zenner amp company agents for butterick patterns. How to be thin and Graceful simple exercises which Are All Tho fad with the fair maids cd Gotham. R Tho Fiir maids of Gotham ars trying to Hepfl Fine ilk sylphs slender Graceful and Beautiful. The first two attributes arc easily secured. While dieting is the secret of slenderness it is by no Means necessary for the woman who will exercise can work off her superfluous fat and acquire Glace while doing so. It is absolutely necessary to exercise in undress. The maids and matrons of Gotham have adopted a simple Little uniform consisting of baggy bloomers and Loose Blouse. Dressed in this they perform their exercises night and morning. They practice standing on both feet with Abdomen drawn in and bust extended they also practice the Correct walk with Chin elevated. A horizontal bar is by no Means Nee Jessamy but it is inexpensive and very i useful As an a scr closer. After a Little i practice it is easy to swing by the hands from the liar and in a Short time the Mort athletic of the fair athlete Tim Able to swing round and round it. Vacation time Means Negligee Khurt plenty of collars Light weight tie bicycle Anil Oil Hose sweaters Etc. Without these there is a Lar k of Comfort. To get an ample Supply of the Best and most stylish of these necessary articles of menus furnishings at a reasonable Price just come Here. Confident we can Supply better goods at lower prices than any store in the City. Grones is. Link. Tailors. Hatters and men s furnishes. Opposite court House Athens. Ohio. How to master wild dearth. When you Sean animal Trainer performing with Croci us least you tiny be quite right if you imagine the men a a fearless master of them but of you think for an instant that then is no danger you Are wholly wrong. A Trainer never conf the beasts and compels them to do i bidding but he literally takes i life in i hands. He is so used to the danger that he does not think of i each time and he holds his Mastery of them by u sort of Power that become , Send nature a it w Ere. Just As he but Ida meals or performs oth it r common employments. A Trainer must or Side e constant fear in the brutes. What a Power for harm there is in the elephant for instance one swing of that powerful trunk and he could crush the life out of the Man but he is possessed by an ungovernable fear. Rome animal trainers live to a Good age and never have an acc Dent. They Are absolutely in their work and yet they May be no braver than you or i when other animals Are in question. There was one Trainer who gave a wonderful performance with a number of animals in the one Cage. He would take All manner o liberties with the ferocious brutes compelling them to do his bidding making them form pyramids and lying Down on them when you consider How a cat or dog will sometimes turn upon you if not handled just soy a must realize what a tremendous Power the Trainer must exert Over such Hugh Savage beasts. There were always a dozen other keepers about when this performance was being enacted and they were armed with pistols hot Irons and Rawhide whips one of the Lions turned upon this Trainer once and his Arm was badly lacerated before he could be rescued. Of All animals keepers say the Tiger is the we Orst and most treacherous. It is necessary to keep tie Eye fix i Pri a constantly upon it or it May revolt at any of portent. A Prepa reds he. Tes Phyllis went to be Ping House lie yet it had occurred to her that eggs Ami Shlit Waist Are differently shined. The chinese ask a How is your liver instead of a How do you do a for whet the i liver i Active and health is Good. Dewitt Little Early Riser Are famous Little Pill for the liver and bowels j Cline s pharmacy. 4th of july excursion rates on the Ohio Central line. One fare. Round trip Between ail Point and Points on connecting line within mile. To cats on Sale Jniya j and 4. G returning until july 5. For to Joo xxi Ivy h Loning Poison wound and All other accidental injuries May to quickly cured by using Dewitt Witch Hazel Salve. It is also a certain cure for pile and skin diseases. Take no other. Cline s j pharmacy. _ h i Laa Vry Hose Quality. The Teeth there Are Good bad and indifferent grades of Garden Hose. Poor Hose set crack and bursts. In two seasons you need More. That a expensive. Good Hose costs a third More and if properly cared for will last four time As Long. That economical. Will sell you the kind you want but advise the Best. C. Demolet. The plumber South main St. Athens. Ohio. Deserves the Best care that can be Given them and repay the attention a thousand fold. May be you Are not certain a Lieut the condition of your Teeth we charge you nothing for examination and it May save you much annoyance. We practice modern dentistry by ail approved methods. Drs. Jones amp Beal Dent Witk Over a. L if Nae ii sons grocery Athens. Ohio Branch offices All Over the county. Clean your carpets a i with the magic carpet Elk ankh at Mckee s drug store. Hocking Valley change of time in and after sunday june huh. Trains will arrive and depart from Athens a follows no. Jct leave daily so a. In a k5 a a a sex. Sunday 12 20 a in a a h7 a a a a 4 a p. In a a a to arrive .,l0hoa in at a a a sex. Sunday Furdo p. In. A a m a a a a. U 05 p. In
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