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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1900, Athens, Ohio
The Athens messenger and Herald jts be 28, 1000, the Athens messenger Aki Herald f Celia Ted by Tai Fred a Bush a a editor my manager. 1ubscripti0n Kates a a year. On rear if paid in Advance. Outside of county of paid in Advance. .1 so. I of in thursday june 28, 1900 Republican ticket. St ate ticket. Presidential electoral Largo William p. Orr of Miami. Myron t. Herrick of Cuya hoga for Secretary of state Lewis u. Lavin of Huron judge supreme court John a. Shall cd of Montgomery. Dairy and food commissioner. Joseph k. Blackburn of Belmont. Commissioner of common schools Lewis d Bonebrake of Knox. Member Board of Public works Charles a. Goddard of Scioto. Congressional ticket. Member of Congress Lith District. C. H. Grosvenor Mckinley Roosevelt the Republican party a written a chapter of Nile mid history. It gave to the country a platform on which every Public spirited citizen will be glad to stand. It nominated a ticket which will command the enthusiastic support of every patriotic american. The scenes attending the presentation of the ticket were unexampled in the history of parties. For the first time Ince National Delegate conventions were invented both members of a presidential ticket were selected by a unanimous vote of the assemblage. There have been cases although they have occurred Seldom when candidates for president were nominated without opposition. In still fewer instances nominees for vice president were selected without a it Ruggly. The two cases never occurred in the same convention however until last thursday. In Philadelphia on june 21, boo for the first time in the annals of National party assemblage the candidates for president and vice president were selected by the unanimous vote of All the representatives of the party. Mckinley and Roosevelt this is the ticket which the a ooh ooh Republican voter of the potted states have wanted but which they at one time feared they would not get. They feared they would not get it because they doubted that Roosevelt could be induced to accept the candidacy. It was his desire frequently and emphatically express that he should by his party s nominee for governor a gain. The masses of the party All Over the country demanded his nomination. Just one Man of the million of voters whose ballots next november will sweep Mckinley and too Severit into office stood in the w a of too Eveltn a nomination. That Man was Roosevelt himself. Happily his opposition was overcome at the critical moment. This is another instance in which personal preference has Given Way to the popular will when this will has been expressed in an emphatic Way through the people s regularly constituted instrumental ties. The work of the Republican party representatives at Philadelphia on june 21 makes the result of the action of the voters of the United states on november it certain. The election of Mckinley and Ifo Sevelt i a sure As any political event of the future can tee. The renomination of president Mckinley a assured Ever since the close of Hie Spanish War. Though the War ended nearly two years ago the issues growing out of it have yet to be settled in a definite and decisive Way. The Man who organized \ Dory in that struggle will be kept at the head of the government until these questions through the action of the congresses to be elected in Imp and 1902, Are adjusted finally and adjusted right. In 1900, As in 104, the people of the United states will refuse to Swap horses while swimming a Stream. The Victory this year will be almost As important As it was then. It stands an excellent Chance to be fully As decisive. The sweeping Triumph in Oregon a few weeks ago in which the two he publican members of Congress on the issues on which the presidential Battle of this year will be fought carried the state by an aggregate majority nearly six times As great As that by which Mckinley won it four years ago dhows the direction and the strength of the political winds. This canvass will be memorable in the history of the country. It will be aggressive and enthusiastic on the Republican Side from the outset. Already the 7ft,<>00,000 of americans can read in anticipation what the Telegraph will Flash to the remotest Comer of the Earth on the night of november a a Mckinley Roosevelt Victory Globe Democrat. Or the people of the country Are against expansion How i it that nobody can be found to run for president on an anti expansion policy platform i How the Farmer gained. Never in american history was the situation of the american Farmer As distressing As when the Republican party met in convention in june 196. Business Confidence was gone labor was Idle capital retired farm values shrunken and the sheriff with his foreclosed mortgage sales the Only Active Man in Rural communities. That convention planting itself squarely upon the Side of National Honor and business integrity nominated a Man whose whole life work was summed up in his trenchant declaration a open american Mills to american with or. Bryan s nomination the Issue was squarely joined and presented to the american Farmer for settlement one candidate offering a debased currency a cheap Dollar the other standing for sound Money Protection to american industries and full employment for labor at american wages. The vote of the great farming states of the West elected Mckinley and the statistics already presented prove that Rural Prosperity followed. The Best showing of tile change in the condition of the american Farmer Between the first nomination of or. Mckinley and his renomination is a simple statement of the prices ruling for farm Staples at each Date. It is an argument again to the abandonment of Republican policies which can not he met. Anton to remain until the Glouster Brick Plant resumes operations. Editor Craft returned monday from a visit with friends near Athens. A week s rest seemed to do him Good As he came Back fresh and eager to know the happenings that would be suitable for the columns of the press. W. A. By marries one of the township trustees and sex offi Cio member of the Board of health is a very Busy Man these Days. Ile left tuesday morning again for Goose run and or Rorick reappointed superintendent of the Athene state Hospital. Or. E. H. Korick for the past four years the efficient superintendent of the Athens state Hospital was on monday reappointed to that position by governor George k. Nash. Or. Korick s reappointment comes As pleasant news to the Many friends of the doctor in Athens and in Many parts of the state. The affairs of the institution have Murray City to see after the smallpox been conducted in an economic business patient. The Trimble folks that live at Marietta and came Over sunday to spend like manner and his reappointment is a High testimonial of his ability. Or. Korick s reappointment carries with it the Day were w. E. Marquis to see the re election of or. Frank c. Rochester his family Kun Peebles to see the Steward of the state Hospital and whose j out of town news \ p of Stowt Al Khon Vuk huh Park Amesville a born to or. And or. Bradley Henry a son. Or. A. F. Len Scott went to Manton tuesday where he will locate. Mise friends town Harley Pettit to see i Kotlier and Rinda Burchfield to see her brother Arthur Burchfield from Montana whom she had not seen for ten year. He is a Telegraph operator at fort Benton. He and his wife and children came last week and Are now the guests of c. A Brown and wife. Mrs Brown is a sister also. He will spend a month in Ghloe. 4f Glouster. Roland Lovell of Columbus spent sunday Here. M. L. Dulaney of Calvary was in town on business last thursday. Minnie Duncan spent last week at Athens the guest of mrs. L. A. Koon. Or. Vic s. Rhodes of Ca Bonhill spent sunday Here with his parents. Or. A. B. Allen win. James and Vav ill Faire were Athens visitors saturday. Addie Curfman returned saturday management of his department was highly praised by the Board of trustees of the institution As is shown by the following Resolution unanimously passed by tile Board resolved that we extend to our Steward f. C. Rochester the Assurance of our entire satisfaction with the manner in which he has discharged his duties As such Steward and express our belief that integrity ability and Fidelity to the interests of the institution and the state which have marked the discharge of his duties coupled with his experience will make his future services As our Steward even More useful than in the past. The contract for the two new buildings to be erected for use by the institution was let by the Board of trustees monday. At the last session of the legislature the sum of Fie Usu was appropriated tor the building of an amusement Hall at the Cost of 115,000 and 111 too for the building of a cottage to be used by the infirm inmates of the Hospital. The con front a week s visit at Parkersburg tract for the two buildings was secured Vav. A. Or. And mrs. O. C. Burns of Bucyrus spent sunday the guest of j. Vic Sawyer. Several from this City attended the Cam meeting at Jacksonville sunday. Mrs. Vic a. Pride attended the annual commencement exercise of the Alma Ollie is tile guest of Ohio University last week. At Bro Mic Well the week or. And mrs. James Wolf of Nelson. M. Lovell sold a Fine team of j Ville spent sunday in this City the horses saturday to or. Water of go Iamb us. Guest of the latter s parents. Mrs. Shuff and children of South George l. Miller of new Philadel Charleston were the guest of Charles Pula is visiting i Mother mrs. Rosanna Miller. Or. And mrs. . Curtis visited or. And mrs. I. I. Fuller in Athens saturday and sunday. Or. And mrs. John Bortz of Columbus Are spending a few Days with or. And mrs. V. A Ritz. Campbell and family last week. Misses Jennie Nelson and Cora old do on attended the Ohio University commencement at Athens last week. Louis Abram who has held a position in Rothman s store for or wide months past. Left saturday for Zanesville. Max Goldstein has taken the or. K. R. Lash of Athens and mrs. Clerkship made vacant. J. We Adair of Lily c Hapel visited j friends Here sunday or. Albert King and daughter Alice of Columbu Are the guests of or. Ami mrs. La. V. King. Or. And mrs. Bert Bennett of Wilmington Are the guests of Bis parents or. Aud mrs. D. La. Bennett. Mrs. Vav. P. Hoisington returned Home saturday after a pleasant visit w Ith relatives in Athens and Stewart. Vav. Vvs. Johnson of Broadwell whose death occurred Friday was buried sunday by a in is Ville la it de f. And a. M. Preparations Are being made by a local company to operate a Grindstone Quarry on tile farm of James a. Henry. I. J. Hixon recently placed an order for several Carload of peach Basket in anticipation of the coming crop. Amos Carpenter got his hand badly Hurt saturday by getting it caught in some machinery connected with an Oil Rig. Mrs. F. M. Dunbar and son Harvey of Parkersburg. Vav. A. Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. Seth bal Derson. There will de a social at the m. K. Church ground on tile evening of july 4th. A cordial invitation is extended to All. Boundary lines have been decided upon for tile incorporation of our Village Ami the necessary Legal work is being pushed. Lewis Anderson a Veteran of the civil War and Well known citizen of Ames township was adjudged insane by the probate Couit Friday and committed to the Athens Hospital. Or. Ii. A Hammond of Hamden Junction visited friends Here a few Days this week returning Home saturday accompanied by mrs. Hammond who Lias been visiting Here for several weeks. Trimble. I. Ii lift and George Davis were at Joy sunday. Fred Johnson is in Columbus taking a course in shorthand. Trimble has measles and whooping cough. But no smallpox. Or. Dress a i and wife of Athens were the guests of f. M. Phillips saturday. James Smith and wife spent sunday with her brother Frank Norris at Calvary. H. D. Lefavor and wife left saturday for Chillicothe to visit a week with relatives. Charles Stratton Aud w Ife returned from Albany saturday where they had been the guests of his father for a week. Fini Bliss and wife of Rock run Washington county visited the latter s brother win. Hate several Days last week. On Friday night the store of s j. Hanford a burglarized. About ten dollars in change and some eatable were taken. No Clew. Miss Edna Daugherty entertained i Gertrude Pauline of new Lexington and Preston and Josie Hatfield of Burr Oak one Day last week. Herb Sim. Oliver and Delph Parker left monday for their Home at pleas-1 Vav. B. Hughson of new York City spent last week with relatives in this City. He has been teaching in a sanitarium in new York City but left Hefe monday for Boston where he a a like pm Netlon. Frank Klingo left monday for his native land Austria Hungary where he will spend several months visiting his parents and Many relatives. He has not yet decided a to whether or not lie will return Here. Chauncey several of our people attended children exercises on Hie Plains sunday evening. Mrs. J. J. Cook who has been suffering from an attack of typhoid fever is improving. It Leo. A. Six went to Athens monday where he will he in attendance at the summer school at that place. Bach Day brings More people to our town and tile population is thereby increasing to a considerable extent. Miss Daisy Dirge of Nelsonville is staying a few Days with her grandparents or. And mrs. Orrin Dirge. Marriage License Albert a. Barron and Agnes Patton both of Nelsonville. Rev. W. L. Squire. I. In Kat Burn and Nellie Mills both of big run Edward scan ton Columbus and or. Anna Wood Worth. Athens. Tho a Corbitt and Mary ant Overack both of Buchtel w. D. Wildes Athens and Mabel m. Parker Pleasanton. Rev. I. G. Matheny. Win. Mcgrath and Jane j. Bailey both of Athens. Winfield s. Daines and Della Penn Murray City. Rev. Mitchell. Thomas Ward and Lucy Maxwell both of Murray City. Charles Mcbride and Bessie f. Hill i both of Date ton. George a. Coe Athens and Bertha j Blanche William Jerseyville. Rev. I. G. Matheny. Erwin c. Woodworth Athens and Mary Pauline Fuller Chauncey. Rev. Emmett g. Ewing. Hocking Valley excursions continuing until further notice the ii. V. Kyj will sell round trip tickets on Sun Days at one fare. Remember the morning train at runs every Day of saturday june 90, the ii. V. Key will sell tickets to Columbus and return by messes. Henry o bieness and George tows Ley of this City. The amusement Hall will be one Story High of elegant pressed Brick and of grecian style of architecture. The cottage will be constructed of the same material and one Story High. In a in a dark Dungeon. Fed on bread and water and chained to a bed Richard Gardner the alleged murderer of Little Kihei Long who last week made such a desperate attack on his fellow prisoners in jail at Chillicothe and on a Deputy sheriff i stubbornly showing How a game Quot he can be for he is still in a Dungeon being fed on bread and water and chained to a bed. Here he will remain until he will Promise the sheriff to behave himself. His first attack was followed by an attempt to strike a prisoner in the face through a Hole in the Dungeon with leg Irons he succeeded in working off his bed. For this he was Strung up by the hands for five hours without even making a whimper. For four Days he has been deprived of Light regular food and bed clothing manacled and handcuffed and for three Days chained to his bed but to All the sheriff s questions he still maintains a sullen silence not having spoken a word since tuesday. He shows no sign As yet of giving in and has now stood More punishment without coming to terms than any other Man Ever confined in jail there. Miss King complimented. Among the local artists who take great interest in the music teachers convention now in session is miss Lula King a recent acquisition to Atlanta s musical circles. A native of Virginia who Basen Joyd musical training in Cincinnati and other centers. Miss King is a Southern woman with both Talent and skill. A Atlanta journal. Miss King will be remembered by the citizens of Athens As the efficient director of the musical department of the Ohio University. The position she held for five years and it May be truthfully said without disparagement to others she practically gave to Athens it musical impetus. A in my # i important. Read the names of these Happy persons j and ask them How they have been treat-1 de and cured of cancer this last month by or. Owen. Hugh Dunbar Dexter cancer of the hand. J. W. Koush new Haven cancer of the lip. Mrs. Catherine Cha the Cheek Henry Koblantz Glen Roy nose. Kilwin Long it. Pleasant cancer of the neck. Or Frank Toush. Hemlock Grove cancer of the nose. A Mph # m dog in Athens j weeks ago. A i Beral Reward for any information. E. G. Angell Athens Ohio. Excursion postponed. Excursion to Ole tangy Park Columbus. Via Ohio Central lines june jul has been postponed until later Date. Sam Sommer \ is offering great bargains in hot weather material. One Case of lawns in an endless variety of colourings and designs at. 2ic per Yard. Just received a line of White shirt waists India Linen sizes 32 to 4. Will sell them As a flyer at 49c great reduction made in our silk waists. 500 ladies crash skirts for hot weather length 39 to 44 25c each. Special Sale of India linens laces and embroideries. Big bargains in House wrappers sizes 32 to 42. They would be cheap at 75c closing out Price 45c. Umbrella bargains one lot of 20 Inch umbrellas. You can take your Choice for.29c each. Brilliant bargains in menus. Boys and children s suits. Do not hesitate a minute. We Are always willing to show you through our Stock of clothing and it is a Well known fact that you will always save Money in buying your suits of the reliable s-a.3vc sol Lavter Headquarters for bargains St wart building. Sacred to the memory of Warren h. Vanmeter. A behold thy brother Warren ii. Vanmeter son of James and Abigail Vanmeter a born August 8d, Wilt died june 17, Limo aged 30 years. La months and 17 Days. Warren ii. Vanmeter was married to miss Clara Mill Hoan september Quot 1m�?Ti, from which Union there were born 5 children All of whom survive him. Deceased was a member of the m. K. Church at the time of his death Ile hold thy son dear Mother look. Lather at your boy no More on Earth to Greet you. No More of earthly Joy hut sleeping now with Jesus that Calm and restful sleep no tear to dim my vision nor naught to make me weep. Yes. Brother and dear Sisters this sleep is grand Sublime. For there f live with Jesus in that Bright sunny clime. My wife my Little children on this terrestrial Ball Don t Grieve for husband father o do not Grieve at All. Hut live for god and glory in this dark sinful clime Thea shall Vou live with be us in that Bright world divine. Ivy poisoning Poison wounds and a other accidental in juries May be quickly cured by using Dewitt Witch Hazel Salve. It is also a certain cure for piles and skin diseases l Ake no other. Cline pharmacy. Legal notice. James As administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Samantha it. Price deceased Pluff is. Nora a. He Esmau it a1., defendants. Probate court Athens county Ohio. Albany cancer of Ancer of the St. Vitus dance . Quot e Hsum a Man Vii tin of your St. \ it it a i Dan Ltd Sim us a Rwjr t a Haj on curve toy i h to Tux Allen Clake i it la o co in pursuance of an order of the probate court of Athens county. Ohio. Made on the Fath Day of june iwo i will offer for Sale at Public auction on saturday july till huh at one o clock p. In. At the front door of the court House in the Village of Athens Ohio the following described real estate situate in the state of Ohio in the county of Athens and in the Village of Athens and bounded and described As follow fins r Skarr a being in lots nos. 10to and i ust in Samantha k. Price s addition to said Village of Athens. Second tract being in lot no. Ims in Samantha k. Price addition to said Village of Aten. To Nikii tract being in lot no. Loft in Samantha k. Price audition to said Village of Alben. First tract appraised at v120q. Second tract appraised at Sam. Third tract appraised at fim. Terms of Sale a one third Cash in hand one third in one year. And one third in two year from Dav of Sale the deferred payments to in secured by mortgage on the premises sold and to Bear interest from Day of Sale. Jam is r. Harvey Adair with the will annexed of the estate a it a Samantha it. Price deceased. Lewi a a i he attorneys. June 7 to is Lduo-uo2s-\v4. Sheriffs Sale. Hest tor the Howell. No matter what ails you headache to a cancer you will never get Well until your bowels Are put right. Casca Ritts help i nature cure you without a Gripe or pain for account of employees picnic at produce easy natural movement costs Minerva i Aik. Ticket Good going on Vou inst to cent to Start us to tiny a morning train and Good returning on and regular train same Date. For the National democratic convention at Kansas City. July 4, the h v. Ray will sell tickets july i. A a and 8 for one fare for round trip <130.00 from at Heusi Good returning not later than july a. For Buffalo Bill s show at Athens. July in the h. V. By. Will sell tickets from Ian Gan and intermediate Points from Branch Point at one fare for the round trip. For John Robinson show at Nelson son Ville july a. Tile Hocking Valley will sell tickets Between Lancaster and Athens and Nelsonville at one fare for round trip. On july j and 4 the ii. V. Kv., will sell tickets to Points on its line within a radius of Joo Miles atone fare for round trip Good returning until july 5. Will also be l to joints on connecting lines on same condition you just to cents to Start getting your health Back Gasca arts Candy Ca thank the genuine put up in Metal boxes every Tablet has c. C. C. Stamped on it. Beware of imitation. 439 a mrs h. B. Smith who lives one door South of the Christian Church desires to sell her household goods at private Sale tuesday july and from if to 8 o clock. The chinese ask a How is your liver a instead of a How do you do Quot for when the liver is Active and health is Good. De Witts Little Barly risers Are famous Little pills for tile liver and bowels. Cline s pharmacy. Lost a Stine a id Bright Hay Mare. 050 Pound Liberal Reward for any information. J. A. Cit in Hie Athens Ohio. Sure and Quick cure. Jewelry satisfaction guaranteed or Money refunded jewelry of our manufacture warranted to give the wearer satisfaction or Money refunded. We manufacture a Complete line in rolled Gold plate Gold filled Gold Koht. And solid Gold. A Complete line of jewelry of our manufacture is for Sale by h. Ii. Brown Coolville o. Gall at the store and examine the line. Prices Low and Good first class. W. F. Main co. Manufacturing jewellers 24 t4 Iowa City Iowa. Hannah Holliday a Susan Socle it a1. Alia order in partition Athens court common pleas. County Fly virtue of an alias order in partition duly issued out of the court of common pleas of Athen county. Ohio in the Aln give entitled action and to me directed i shall offer for Sale. At Public auction at the front door of the court House in Athens in said county and slate on saturday july 14, Shmat one i o clock p. In. On said Day. The following described real estate to wit situate in the Village of Nelsonville county of Athen and state of Ohio to wit in lot no. 712 in w. H. Brooks addition to the in lot of said Village of Nelsonville reference being hereby made and had to the recorded plat of said addition. Appraised at tour Hundred i40u.u0 Dol Lars. Terms of Sale Cash in hand on Day of Sale. C. H. Porter. Sheriff by s. E. Hedges Deputy sheriff. Asher Buckley amp. Jewett a Wood att is. June 14 to july 12, Ldoo-no24-w.s. A a a a in peach baskets. To whom it May com he a notice is hereby Given that until 12 o clock noon on saturday july is i imm sealed proposal will in received at the office of the clerk of the Board of education of hero township for building a school House on the lot situate school lot no. A and according to the plan and specification on file in clerk f office. Each bid shall contain the name of every person interested in the same and shall be accompanied by a sufficient guarantee of Slimy disinterested person that of the bid is accepted a contract will tie entered into and the i performance of it properly secured. When doth labor and material Are in i braced in the work bid for each must he separately stated in the bid with the Price thereof. Pm none but the lowest responsible bid will my by accepted Aud the Smard Reserve the All who suffer from piles will be glad to right to reject All the bids or accept and learn that Dewitt Witch Hazel Salve old for both a. A u them instant and permanent re k or ? i i the a a har-1 Lief. It will cure eczema and All skin Dis bar baskets in car Load lots or at beware of counterfeits l. G. . Athens Ohio. I pharmacy. Cline labor lowest in the Aggro by order of the Bern township. J Lek a my. June 28 to july la Hwu Najfi i and material which Hoard of education of d l. Dille t i Eric. A probate notice. Notice is hereby Given that the following account and vouchers have been filed in the probate court of Athens county Ohio for settlement vix Mary l. Frost guardian of Oscar l. Patten. First account. Immogene Dinsmore. Guardian of Cordelia Reeves. First account. H. I. Henry guardian of Hever h. And Robert k. Henry. First and final account. Leander j. Lash guardian of Leo. U. And win. Lash. Second and final account. Maty h. Scott guardian of eur Mcgwigan. First account Mary a. Scott guardian of Maud m Mcgwigan. Second account George r. Johnson administrator of the estate of Olivia t. Noble deceased. First and final account. Lafayette Hawk. Executor of the estate of William Mcpherson deceased. Final account. L d. Linscott. Administrator of the estate of Bencher dailies deceased. First and final account. Said account for hearing on saturday the 7th Day of july a. In Lyon. A s. Bethel probate judge. June 14 to july ii. Lvu-no24-w4. A place the cure re efm a Twik weak Liat Kal. 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