Athens Messenger And Herald in Athens, Ohio
30 May 1901

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30 May 1901

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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1901, Athens, Ohio A. In Quot id Herald. A Eva old t,.�?Tje�8r?3�kb Athens Chio thursday morning May 30, 1901. The Athens Herald a vol. Eix. No. 40 smilingly Hunter received his sentence which meant his imprisonment for life. The murder of Albert James atoned in at t z t r sent to the Penitentiary for twelve years for killing the slavonian court news. With a smile upon his lips Samuel Hunter received the sentence monday morning which meant his confinement in the Penitentiary for the period of hts natural life for the murder of inert James at Nelsonville on the night of March 18 last. The trial of Hunter was begun on wednesday afternoon of last week and was brought to a close thursday afternoon when the jury brought in a verdict As charged in the indictment for murder in the second degree. The verdict of the jury is final and the court has no Power of mitigating the penalty which is life in the Penitentiary. Hunter received the verdict with the same stolid indifference which had characterized his action since his arrest for his crime in Nelsonville though Small of stature he displayed a will of Iron and a self control which was indeed remarkable under the trying circumstances. Whether this was a display of Shere Force of will Power reinforced by nerve or whether it was due to a Low order of mentality which made it impossible to realize his condition cannot be answered with any degree of certainty. His constantly Calm Demeanour was probably due to both. The crime for which Hunter was tried and convicted is familiar to the readers of this paper for since the deed was committed every detail has been carefully Given. Much of the testimony in the Case was practically unimportant in convicting Hunter of the crime of second degree murder. Some of the evidence was of a contradictory nature which fact is always noticeable in cases wherein witnesses attempt to give the impression that they know More than they really do. In the main How Ever there was a vein of corroboration in nearly All of the evidence which tended to weave around Hunter the meshes of second degree murder. On thursday Forenoon the defendant Hunter was placed on the stand in his own defence and he told the Story of his crime. With the examination of Hunter the taking of evidence was brought to a close. When he took the witness stand there was a slight hurry among the Large crowd in the court room and every Spectator Bent expectantly Forward to catch the words of horror As they fell with indifference from the thin and slightly pallid lips of accused. As Hunter walked from Bis chair which he had occupied by his attorney during the examination of the other witnesses he was firm and elastic in his step erect and wiry in form in fact he could not have moved with More Freedom and buoyancy had he gone to the witness stand to receive a Crown of everlasting Honor. He wore a White silk handkerchief around his neck to conceal the ghastly scars which were inflicted by James while in the throes of death. As Hunter began to give Bis testimony there was absent every Trace of nervousness though now and then he would Cross one knee Over the other to relieve an imaginary strained position of the Muscles. From beginning to end Hunter related an apparently straightforward Story though it was decidedly self condemnatory. There was not a single quaver in his voice As he told of his meeting in Nick Nerrick s Saloon on the evening of the tragedy. The most Friendly feeling had not existed Between Hunter and James. Hunter said that when they met in the Saloon they began to Converse and finally entered into the discussion of some affairs relating to a local miners Union. It seemed As if the Union had been dropped because of the non pay ment of dues of the Union into the Gen eral Treasury and James As Secretary of the local had been accused of failing to make the proper return of the dues which he is alleged to have collected in his of tidal capacity. James resented the in situation that he had misappropriated some of the local Union s funds and quarrel followed in which Hunter according to his own testimony said he used some Petty Strong epithets against James. Hunter said James did not deny using some of the funds but remarked that a if he had a wife to rap some one for Money he would not need the Money of the local Union.�?T1 this Hunter said his wife had not done and be said he interpreted the statement that James was referring to his wife s character. Hunter then according to his own statement said he left the Saloon and took a stroll around town and during his walk began to Brood Over the remark of James that his wife was a a rapping some one for Money. The farther he walked the More he believed the remark was made to reflect upon his wife Scharac ter. His blood began to boil so he de dared and he hardly noticed several friends whom he met on the Street As he passed in his walk. Hunter walked around a sacral blocks and finally found himself going in the direction of the Saloon in which he had left James a Short time before. Hunter was gone about fifteen minutes and reaching the Saloon again entered where he found James near the bar. Hunter said that by the time he reached the Saloon his anger had considerably cooled and that he fully intended to apologize to James for the vile names which he had called him. Hunter walked up to the bar and ordered a Small Glass of Beer which he drank. Then turning to James said a i want to see you a minute come James so the evidence showed said if Hunter wanted to see him he could do t hat As Well in the Saloon As on the Street. Hunter was persistent and urged him to come out on the Street a few minutes. He started out the door and James finally followed a Short distance behind. Both men stopped when they had taken a Evv Steps on the sidewalk and Hunter addressing James asked a what did you mean by the remark about by wife a a your wife a a exclaimed James. A How can she be your wife when other men have had illicit Intercourse with Here a a a a in an instant Quot said Hunter my anger was at a White heat and making a pass at him said a cd Yon take that a no never a replied James. A then before i hardly knew what i did a continued Hunter a and while my anger could no longer be controlled i pulled my revolver and fired twice in Quick succession. I was Only a few feet away and the shots hit him in the breast. About half a minute later i fired two More shots but one missed i think and the latter struck him in the Arm. Just after i had fired the third time James Drew a knife from his pocket and sprang upon me bearing me to the sidewalk. In an instant i Felt the Sharp Point of the knife enter my neck and i turned my head to one Side in order to keep him from cutting my Throat and killing me right there. James then staggered to his feet walked a Short distance near a Telephone pole fell to the pavement and this brought to a close Hunters recital of the part he played in the bloody tragedy. The Only defence if it could be called such that be put Forth in his own behalf was that the remark of James concerning his wife so angered him that he could not a hold himself As he expressed it and Drew his gun and fired while in fit of passion. During Hunter s walk along the streets after he had left the Saloon the first time he said he did not go Home and get a gun but that be went away to allow his fiery temper to Cool. He said he had his revolver with him when he met James in the Saloon the first time and that he bad carried a weapon for several years. He had been arrested once before shooting but that it was self defense while guarding a Coal company s works during a strike. He said he bad been attacked and beaten and to save himself used a gun but failed to bit anyone. He was arrested for shooting to wound but had been released. The jiving of Hunter s evidence concluded the examination of witnesses and the attorneys began their pleas. With the conclusion of the arguments of the attorneys and the charge of the court the jury retired to the jury room. The jurors were out just forty minutes in considering the Case when they returned verdict As charged in the indictment of murder in the second degree. Mrs Hunter who was with her husband during the trial and who fondly held his hand As they sat Side by Side was not present when the verdict was rendered by the jury. She evidently anticipated the result and did not feel Able to face the trying ordeal. The court room was always Well filled during the two Days trial and Many College girls were present to witness the proceedings of a murder Case. Hunters countenance did not display the slightest change when the verdict was read and when the sheriff conducted him Back to his cell his step was Quick and his form erect. Monday morning he was brought into court and sentenced to the Penitentiary for life. Hunter was taken to Columbus tuesday and As the doors of the prison were locked behind him the Story of his bloody tragedy closed forever. Slatzer orrs to blvd tsars. Immediately after the conclusion of the Hunter trial the Case of the state of Ohio against Albert Slatzer indicted for murder in the second degree for the killing of Mike Janico a slavonian at Hollister on february a was begun. There were about forty witnesses to he examined in the Case and some delay was caused by the fact that several of the witnesses were slavonian and could neither talk nor understand a word of English. To get from these witnesses what they knew of the tragedy the services of an interpreter were necessary in the person of Frank Dingo of Glouster. Prosecutor Sayre was assisted in the prosecution by i. M. Foster and a. E Price and ii. G. Strider were the attorneys for the defendant. After All the evidence had been shifted it was found that the slavonian and Slatzer and Frank Green americans engaged Ina fight in the Saloon conducted by John Kavulis at Hollister. The entire crowd had been drinking and a free for All fight resulted. From the most reliable information obtainable the americans Slatzer and Green were being somewhat worsted in the general scramble. Green found things too hot for him and made a precipitate Retreat leaving Slatzer to face the infuriated slavs. Beer glasses were Buri id and some of them it was claimed were aimed at Slatzer. It was then that he Drew in revolver and began firing. Janico was struck in the head and was killed instantly. After the fatal shot was fired Slatzer was knocked Down and his Skull fractured and tor a time it was thought that he could not recover. He was rendered insensible Aud was carried out of the Saloon where he was permitted to Lay for several hours in the wintry elements. Janico was properly cared for by his countrymen. At the trial which was begun thursday afternoon the Story in the main As Given above was obtained from the witnesses. On Friday the Case was Given to the jury and after considering the evidence for sometime returned a verdict of manslaughter. Three of the most important witnesses in the Case did not testify. Green s no appearance at the trial is easily explained As his death occurred a Short time after the Hollister tragedy. Joe Fabish and Adam Banco two slavs who were present disappeared on the night of the murder and have not been seen since. It was reported that Fabish was seriously wounded by a shot but this statement has never been verified. Monday morning Slatzer was brought into court and sentenced to the Penitentiary for twelve years. He is an sex convict and was out on parole when he killed Janico. He had been sentenced from Perry county for seven years on the charge of cutting to kill. Slatzer is thirty years of age and is an intellectual Blank. His intelligence is of a decidedly Low order. When paroled he bad five years of the seven to serve and with the dozen he received for the killing of Janico he has seventeen years yet before him in the Penitentiary. Slatzer has been taken to Columbus. Fell eighteen feet from veranda to the rocks below spouting broke allow ing her to fall. Painful experience of mrs. Snow monday night compound fracture and other severe injuries in serious condition. Charles r Foster other criminal cases. State of Ohio against Frank Blackstone indicted for forgery Bond for felted. John Kyle indicted for cutting with intent to kill was Given a trial saturday. The jury returned a verdict of assault. Kyle was fluid Rio and to pay costs of prosecution. He is a resident of Nelsonville and was charged with attempting to Cut his wife s Throat. The crime was committed in the latter part of March. The jury was discharged saturday until june 8, when the Anderson will Case will come up for hearing. Civil cases is court. On Friday Phebe w. Mohler was granted a divorce from James k. Mohler. They Are residents of Albany where they were married in november 12 the petition alleges Gross neglect of duty and wilful absence. Divorce was granted on the grounds set Forth in the petition. On saturday the divorce Case of Emma Hose in against win. B. Bosom was heard before judge h. W. Coultrap. The petition charged Gross neglect of duty and habitual drunkenness. Divorce was granted on the grounds of Gross neglect of duty. The parties Are residents of Coolville where they were married in 1892. Mrs. Hosom was restored to her Maiden name of Emma Warren. George Kimweli against the Black Diamond Coal company action in Appeal. Dismissed for want of prosecution. David Mcclelland administrator against the Phoenix Coal company action for Money. Demurrer sustained. Judgment Given defendant for costs. In the Case of Frederick l. Guenther again t the Belmont Oil a Gas company action for Money the court rendered a decision for the plaintiff Ohio on complaint of Delia no Colton against Perry Petty paternity charge the defendant entered a plea of guilty and he is ordered to pay Moo within ten Days and to stand committed until paid. New cases tiled i court. Several new cases have been filed in common pleas court the past week As follows the Lubring Coal company against Aaron Turner action for Money and foreclosure. M. M. Dunlavy against the Kanawha a Michigan railway company action in Appeal. It is Case comes from Trimble township from the docket of l. C. Curf Man. Roland Woodruff an infant against Abijah wines action in Appeal. This Case comes from Alexander from the docket of Abe Jourdan Justice of the peace. Mrs. Fanny Hose Snow daughter of Rev. And mrs. Cyrus Rose is lying in a serious condition at the Home of her parents on College Street As the result of severe injuries received monday night in falling from the veranda of the Rose Home to the Stone sidewalk a distance of eighteen feet. She received a compound fracture of the ankle her head and hand injured her Back Aud slue bruised and injuries of a general nature were sustained. The painful condition of mrs. Snow is indirectly the result of an escapade of her brother Frank Hose who came Home in a badly intoxicated condition. He retired to his room and about la o clock while still heavily under the influence of intoxicants and imagined that burglars were in the Bouse. He awakened Bis sister. Mrs. Snow and compelled her to go with my Over the House in the Hunt for burglars. He was finally convinced that the burglars Only existed in his disordered imagination and he again retired to his room. Probably half an hour Frank imagined he heard burglars and this time he compelled his father to go Over the House Hunting for the supposed Midnight looters. Frank again went to his room and later for the third time thought there were burglars. He secured a club and proceeded to smash things in his room. He then went Down stairs and aroused the household by his whoops. Mrs. Snow who was still upstairs heard the commotion below and feared that her father was in danger. She was afraid to go Down the stairway and concluded to get out of the window on the veranda in the rear climb to the ground and arouse the neighbors. One Side of the veranda is covered with the lattice work and As she climbed Over the Edge she believed she was catching hold of the lattice. In her excitement she was mistaken and instead caught the spouting. This broke and she fell to the rocks below sustaining the injuries As staved above in her badly injured condition she crawled across the Street to the Home of vim Kurtz and told him of the trouble at Home. Mrs. Snow was carried into the Kurtz Home and then or. Kurtz went to the Home of or. Rose. Frank was soon quieted and a physician was at once summoned for mrs. Snow. Monday afternoon she was removed to her Home where she is in a serious condition. Her Many friends Hope that nothing of a More critical nature will develop. Mrs. Snow is the wife of prof. J. E. Snow of Chicago and is spending the summer with her Par i an Athens Soldier death of or. Martha Scott mrs. Martha Scott passed to her heavenly Home tuesday evening. She was born in Belmont county september la 1830. She Bas been a constant sufferer from rheumatism for a number of years and for the past nine weeks she has declined rapidly until the end came so peacefully that it seemed As if a Cloud of Bliss i received her into that wonderful Beautiful Joy past All understanding for her. Her mental faculties were undimmed until the last. She leaves three daughters misses Kate Lizzie and Pluie and two sons Frank of Milo Iowa and Milton of Cincinnati. No Mother was Ever More Motherly to every one who needed a mothers care and her Home duties were a preparation for the ministries of heaven. The funeral services will be held at the family residence on South Vine Street this afternoon at two thirty o clock w a. Powell of Toledo officiating Ted by Rev. G Walton King arrested in the Philippines charged with Selling trading permits the following dispatch appeared in the daily papers of sunday concerning an affair in Manila in which an athenian is said to have taken some part a Manilla May 25 capt. Michael spell Man Lieut. Delbert r. Jones and Bur Geon Dudley w. Welch of company a forty third infantry stationed at maa sin Southern Leyte have been arrested on charge of trading in permits to ship hemp from the closed ports. They will be tried by court martial. It has not been determined whether Manila hemp buyers Are directly Imp surgeon Welch one of the alleged Prin i Cirals Menti Mea in the above dispatch is a prominent Athens Young Man and is the son of major and mrs. J. M Welch of this City. Or. Welch is a graduate of the Ohio University and completed his medical education in Cincinnati where he engaged in the practice of his profession upon leaving Cincinnati or. Welch received an appointment in the army As contract surgeon and later went to Caba where he saw Over a years service. Receiving a commission be was sent to the Philippines where he has since been located. The dispatch in the dallies concerning or. Welch was read with Surprise by Bis my friends and they Are firmly of the belief that the charges cannot be sustained when the Light of investigation thrown upon them. Die. Suddenly at i. Home Friday Forenoon. Be Day o chld7, r. Potter occur red r Day Forenoon at his Home on West Union Street after a comparatively Short a illness of acute appendicitis. His death was wholly unexpected except for a few hours before when it became evident that his recovery would be impossible. For the past year or. Foster had been complaining somewhat of pains hut no particular attention was Given the matter. On Friday May it a week be fore his death he was taken suddenly in and t was necessary for him to be confined in his bed. The suffering gradually increased and his condition became alarm a serious. It was believed that he was suffering from appendicitis and accordingly at the solicitation of his relatives and friends he prepared to undergo an operation for the affliction. On thursday night drs. Gilman of Columbus came Down and performed an operation presumably for appendicitis. The operation was apparently Success Ful and he rallied considerably from the necessary dangerous surgical operation. I he affliction however had secured toe firm a hold on the system and blood poisoning had begun. His condition had become alarmingly critical and All Hope of ultimate recovery was Given up. Friday Forenoon about seventeen hours after the operation death resulted. The deceased was the son of Franklin and Mary Foster and had made his Home in Athens his entire life. He was born november 39, Ihm and a go wb0e Nee a j been spent at the Anvil. He was a most skilled Mechanic and Workman and had built up a Large and profitable patronage at Iii place of business on West Union Street. Ile was energetic and industrious to a marked degree and accumulated considerable property. He leaves a wife Aud three children and a brother Hull Foster of this City. Funeral services were held sunday afternoon at i o clock at his late Home conducted by Rev. L. C. Haddon of the methodist episcopal Church with which he United several years ago. Interment took place in the new cemetery. The pall bearers at the funeral were f. H. Logan e. R Walker. H s. Andrew Tewksberry q. H. Peters and i. It Peoples. In Rny a valuations reduced in Athena Conny by state Board of equitation. Auditor w. T. Scott Bas received official notice from state auditor Gilbert of the reductions made by the state Board of equalization on real estate in Athens county and in four cities and towns. The reductions Are As follows valuation re turned to state auditor $8.989,94. Amount As fixed by state Board $3,824,795, a reduce Hon of 8 per cent or 815,199. Athens Village valuation returned to state auditor $751,882. Amount As fixed by state Board $714,841, a reduction of percent or $87,spi. Buchtel Village valuation returned to state auditor $49,530, amount As fixed by state Board. $47,054, a reduction of 5 per cent or $2,478. Glouster Village valuation returned to state auditor $198,726. Amount As fixed by state Board $188,798, a reduction of it per cent or $9,988. Nelsonville Village valuation returned to state auditor $772,583 amount As fixed by state boar $788,908, a reduction of it per cent or $38,098. I he valuation of the villages remained the same As returned to the state auditor As follows Albany $02 54 Coolville a i 34 Jacksonville $50,898 Trimble. A it. Struck by bicycle and fatally injured at Sciotoville saturday a Coolville citizen k. I harrows kilted of in heckles Eror her Noah Johnson Sli Oll erne turd it Ohnson arrested on the charge of manslaughter. Emory l. Barrows a resident of Coolville was struck by a bicycle saturday evening at Sciotoville near Portsmouth and received injuries which caused hts death sunday morning. Barrows was a Stone Mason and was employed on the b. A At Sciotoville. He had been there about two weeks having gone from his Home at Coolville. Barrows who was slightly deaf Wae walking along the Street of Sciotoville when a bicycle propelled at lightning Speed by Noah Johnson struck Bim knocking him fifteen feet fracturing bus Skull rendering him unconscious and infecting internal injuries. He never regained consciousness. The unfortunate Man was about 4ft years of age. And had been a resident of Coolville Many years where Hie wife and family reside. Hts relatives at Coolville were notified of the fatal Accident and his remains were sent to that place for funeral services and interment. Barrows was an Odd fellow. Johnson Wae arrested on the charge of manslaughter. Mose Nuby gets a Ballet in hit Back became he got too Gay. Muse Nuby was shot by John Kelley monday morning and painfully injured at the Home of the latter in West end. Both Are coloured. According to Kelley a Story Nuby for sometime had been having illicit relations with the former s wife and monday morning Nuby and mrs. Kelly were found together by the irate husband. Kelley did not stand upon the order to shoot in levelled Bis gun and fired the Bullet entering no by a Back and lodging somewhere in the Center of the body. The Bullet could not be located. Both Kelley and Nuby wets arrested and placed in jail. Nuby an hour or two later was taken from jail to the Home of Bis father in West end. Nuby a father we. Nuby. When asked about the affair said Bisson had no one to blame but himself even if he had been killed. It is believed that Nuby will recover. Kelley was taken before mayor rooms tuesday afternoon and pleading not guilty was bound Over to court to the sum of Toi which he Bas been Able to furnish. Beware of ointment for Catarrh that Cen Tain Barrary As Mercury will surely destroy the tense Mhz mks Brough ithe mucous surfaces. Such articles of smell and completely derange whole system when entering it tar should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians As the damage they will do is ten fold to the Good you can possibly derive from them. Halls Catarrh cure manufactured but f. Cheney a co., Toledo o., contains no Mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. In buying Halls Catarrh cure be sure you get the genuine it is taken internally and made lit Toledo. Ohio by f. J. Cheney or co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists Price 75c per Bot to. Hall s family pills Are the Best. A there will be a meeting of the alumni of the Athens High school at the Home of the misses Weir Friday evening mag 81 at 7 of clock. Important business. By order of the president. Rev Assis to cure a cold in one Day take laxative Bromo quinine tablets. A druggist refund the Money if it fails to cure e. W. Grove s signature is on each Box. 96c. Struck false veins entry will be driven through solid Rock at Trimble Tki mrle May 22 a the Coal company has been meeting with much delay in completing its mine Here which was begun Many months ago. Where the Shaft was sunk a false vein has been struck Aud it will be necessary to drive entry Many Yards through solid Rock in order to reach the Coal. When the original test was made the Diamond showed Over eight feet of Coal not Many rods from the Point where the Shaft is now located. There is no doubt that Coal in paying quantities will be found when the entry i driven. There Are ten big mines in Trimble township and four of these were at first sunk in faults but soon developed into first class producers. These mines give employment to Over 9,000 men and boys. The Success of this mine Means Mach to Trimble. 8eatoril convention the following Are the committee for the 9th 14th senatorial convention to be held in Athens on june 4th citizens convention committee l. H. Reutinger chairman e. D. Sayre i. M. Foster Frank Rochester c. D. Hopkins. L. M. Jewett w. E. Peters j. Ii. Cline c. H. Poller w. B. Lawrence h h Hanling j. C. Brannan w. B. Golden g. Walton King l. C. Kiad Dox Harry Strider t. L. Schram a. E. Price j. P Wood j. D Brown or. E. H. Rorick. Reception committee l. Ii. Reutinger chairman e. D. Sayre c. D. Hopkins i. M. Foster Frank Rochester l. M. Jewett w. E Peters j. H. Cline. Committee on decoration Harry Strider chairman. J. H. Cline c. H. Porter w. B. Lawrence h. H. Hanling j. C Brannan. Committee on entertainment i. M Foster chairman w. B. Golden l. M Jewett g. Walton King l. C Haddox a. E. Price. Committee on finance to. L Schram chairman j. P. Wood j. D. Brown or. E. H. Rorick. The above committees will meet at the Call of their respective chairman. The convention will be very Large and the committees Are preparation. A very urged to mane special octogenarian dead. Mrs. Mary Mccathran aged 80 years died at her late Home in Jac Vilie. Wed week of pneumonia the funeral services were held at Putnam Chapel Vinton county. Rev. Black of m p. Church officiated. The deceased was the Mother of John Mccathran on the Plains. Wanted Chestnut Oak bark. Inquire Jacob Brand Tannery Marietta Ohio nlftw8. A your Little girl was unconscious from strangulation during a sudden and terrible attack of croup. I quickly secured a bottle of one minute cough cure giving her three doses. The croup was mastered and our Little Darling speedily recovered so writes a. L. Spafford Cheeter Mick. Clines pharmacy. A the ladles of the presbyterian Church will give a supper in the parlor of the Church to Morrow evening. Fifteen cents for All you can eat. Sermon topic at the Christian Church sunday morning will be a i be Central theme of Paul a no evening service on account of the baccalaureate Sermon in the opera Bouse. T. L. Low a. Pastor. A a a to ii Dewitt a Little Early risers search the remotest parts of the bowels and remove the impurities speedily with no discomfort. They Are famous for their Efficacy. Easy to take never Gripe. Cline s pharmacy. Scrap Iron wanted we pay the highest Cash Price for ail kinds of scrap Iron old machines stove Etc. Farmers can realize three time As much out of their scrap Iron by bringing it to us instead of Selling it to paddlers. The Hidson school Fca Eirva cc., n21 w4 Athens Ohio. Or. W. J Baxter of North Brook n. C. Says he suffered with piles for fifteen years. He tried Many remedies with no result until he used Dewitt switch Hazel halve and that quickly cured him Cline pharmacy. _ _ for one of the strongest neatest curries about town newly painted Bot Little used. Less than half Price. Address Box 254. Athens Ohio. To you Are much More liable to disease when your liver and bowels do not act properly. Dewitt a Little Early risers remove the cause of disease. Cline pharmacy

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