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Athens Messenger And Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1897, Athens, Ohio The Athens messenger and Herald october 21, 1897. 3 Al Brevi ties. A. A. Craft of the in Athens saturday on business. Supt. F k. La. Hooper of Glouster a Ziade a business trip to this City saturday. Or. A. P. Osborne who is teaching Hooper s Ridge spent saturday and sunday at his Home Here. Hon. J. H. Carpenter. Republican candidate for senator in the eight District was in this City Friday on business. Sex auditor a. J. Frame was it idler. Friday looking after the interests of the mine at that place of which Ste is receiver. Or. W. A. Powell and j. B. Clayton returned Friday evening from fast Liverpool where they attended the meeting of tile presbyterian Synod. An editor in writing a society item said mrs. Delia to face held a delightful informal reception. The half Blind compositor made it read a a infernal reception and now that editor is rust Cating in parts unknown. Or. J. F. Campbell of Glouster Ohio is Here this week and we understand intends locating Here to engage in the practice of his profession says the Hamden Enterprise. The or. Is a Bright and pleasant Young gentleman and will be welcomed in midst. He is a brother of contractor John Campbell. The operators of the Coal mines along the t. A o. C. F. Are experiencing considerable trouble in getting a Suffi Lieut amount of water to keep the mines running says the Marietta Register. The Supply of water near the mines is completely exhausted and water is being hauled Over the t. A. C. F. From other places in order that work May be continued. Engineer William Brink who was employed on the b. A o. So. Railway met his death in a Peculiar manner on last tuesday afternoon says the Hamden Enterprise lie was on his engine and was leaning out of the cab window when he was struck by an overhead Bridge near Lyndon receiving a fatal Scalp wound from which he died a few hours afterwards at Chillicothe. The coming Winter has already been predicted As a cold one by those people who take note of natures movements says the Lancaster Eagle Aud the reason this judgment is taken is for the fact that several classes of Birds Are already preparing for the Long trip to Southern climes. Some have already gone and As this is some weeks in Advance of the usual migration it is taken As a sure sign that the approaching Winter will be a frigid one. There is on exhibition in the show window in this City a Sample of it00 opera Bonnet says the Portsmouth Blade. It has excited considerable attention among the gentlemen As Well As the ladies As it is As big around As a a a tub Aud with several of them planted in the front rows at the opera House it would be necessary to Call out the militia to keep Down the rioters. The Bonnet can be secured by any one to wishes to Force the fashion for $125. Success in farming As in every other business says the farm news depends upon the prevention of waste. It is a waste of land to give it Only half the cultivation it needs it is a waste of feed to give it to a poor animal it is a Quot Ante of time to spend it half doing a Mug. If the wasted land now Given Over to weeds or Only half cultivated the wasted crops Only partially Gutter de the wasted feed improperly fed Quot Ere utilized to their fullest extent another Hundred million dollars could easily a us Dewl to the Moonie of the armers id this country. Quot Tridgy morning Tho juniors of the Quot Hie i diversify adorned the lapels of their couts with their class colors. The parading of the attractive colors was locked upon us a Challenge and the other students proceeded to relieve a hem of us ribbon adornment. Of course this could not to done with iniquity Anil a terrific rough Aud Tumble Milium ensued. Fists were used Quot a the Hitz Simmons Dicot and several of the students resembled the erratic Don Quixote after his Contact with the mud Mill. The struggle ended How eel without serious results but a re ill Quot slut time contest is probable any King of medicines. Member of Congress Powers formerly judge of the supreme court pronounces or. Greene a Ner Vura a most valuable remedy. The highest endorsements by prominent people Given to or. Greene s Ner Vura blood and nerve remedy that were Ever Given to any Medicine in the worlds history. Makshf1kld. Or. Pedigo has moved into the m. P. Church parsonage. Lawrence Bellows of Chillicothe is visiting his Mother Here. Mrs. L. Hawk is at Pleasantville with her daughter mrs. Rev. Wert. Edna Mason will attend schools tile coining Winter making her Home i with her sister mrs. A. In Dixon. O. B. Ltd on key is working ten Days at j Miner i while agent s. I. Phillips is taking his much needed vacation. Superintendent Dixon of the Public schools has had As guests during the i past week his parents. Marshal Dixon and wife of Pleasanton. A horse buggy Ami son of Ltd k. J Harris were involved Iii a runaway i on monday which resulted in a break j j ing of tile buggy and severe shaking 1 up of the boy. I g. L. Puke spent two Days of last week in Meigs county visiting near i the place of his birth and childhood j Days the guest of his unde a. W. I Hopkins of Pageville. J on account of Lack of water and i i giving out of the boilers the work at j the Daleton mine has not yet been j i very regular. Both causes will he j removed by monday next w Hen Prosperity will again be with us. An educational meeting of much enthusiasm and interest was held at the m. Id. Church Friday evening. The program consisted of music and recitations by the pupils of the Public schools and an address by superintendent will p. Me Rittof Guysville. In lie object of the meeting was to awaken interest in township High schools and supervision. The schools of this place Are already of a High order and we desire to be Able to say As much for the township. Jandy cathartic cure constipation i to 2b< 50 All druggists a pm at the 7 no a a or my of must Piaf inn. In wart an the meal Lexa t /14,Civ la Alpi i Luis never Zirri p or cols Quot a in a natural results. Saw of Mfd to. Ii com. Tronin a. On., or new York. F Ole Ami Hank let free. In. I Antsy 11.1. K. Cut visited Iii new Matamoras pent sics ii it ii no other Modi mended so highly and by so Nan v of Congress la. Hex by Fowers ex-j1 Doe of a Ino in die world ii recons strongly and so earnestly Well known and prominent j i Here for . Is Tho recommendation i for Tho people to use or. Leone s Ner Vura by Olio of greatest statesmen Hon. Ii. Henry i Powers Morrisville it. Member of Congress people As or. Greene s Ner Vura blood and nerve and chairman of tins committee on Pacific remedy. It is recommended to tile sick by almost everybody As the surest cure. It is recommended even w Here As die greatest of Al i commit railroads member of the committee on election of president and vice president and who for sixteen veal s before taking his scat Iii c011 i health restorers. It invariably gives strength Gross was judge of the supreme court. Ile i to the tired Over worked and worn out body. Has also been state senator and speaker of Tho i it makes pure Rich vitalized blood Aud strength Vermont House of representatives. Surely i ens and invigorates Hie nerves of those who Are there can be no higher testimony in favor of a j nervous nerve weakened and nerve exhausted remedy than the personal words of so distil then too look at the standing of the people Gai Slid a statesman and eminent a judge Aud i who recommend or. Greene s Ner Vura blood we doubt not that ids testimonial and ii your and nerve reined v As the greatest and grandest aging recommendation to those who Are out of 1 of medicines. I hey Are Foremost citizens health to use or. Greene s Ner Vura will result i men and women occupying High places of Honor Iii the euro of everyone who reads these lines for his advice will certainly Tullu Esiee ail to immediately use or. Greene s Ner Vura. Congressman Powers says a a i have found that or. Greene a Ner Vura v is a most a liable tem and producing to condition of refreshment and buoyancy after of this truly j Long continued mental Strain. I have heard it i spoken of Iii terms of High appreciation by and Trust and known to everybody people i w Lin sword is always tin very essence of truth 1 Ami who recommend the weak. Nervous and 1 suffering to use or. Greene s Ner Vura because i it cured them beast Nee they have absolute it or blood and nerve Rem Sinai knowledge that it is a sure restorer of tonic toning up the s health and strength Ami because they wish the Public to have Tho full adv Unta wonderful medical discovery. They desire that health strength and vigor Many Ros uns Ible witnesses Ami fully concur shill take Tho place of weakness prostration in their opinion. And despair among the a end a and they publish tile marvelous facts of their own cures Over la. I in Nhy get or. Greene s Ner Vura blood and nerve their own signatures that the common people remedy at once Ami in cured. Over where Mav know that to take or. Greene a Ner Vura blood and nerve remedy Means to be restored to health reinvigorated rejuvenated revitalized with new Hoje renewed Powers energies mud ambitions. Consultation and advice in any and All eases can lie had absolutely free of charge personally or by letter at Hie Ottice of or. Greene s Luuie Dies its state St., Chicago 111. A editor t. E. Wells of the Nelsonville Buckeye news was in Athens saturday feeling the pulse of democracy in this end of the county. Something to depend on. Or. Himes Jones of the drug to Runof Jones n son Cowden 111., in speaking of or. Kings new discovery says that last Winter his wife was attacked with la Grippe Anil her Case grew so serious that pity Iciano at of Vivlen Ami Ana could do nothing for her. It Day. A us guess is on the jump in this City �?�j0 Blatter what a few disgruntled pol Heimans May say to the contrary says Isonville Register. Ever since ult no Len i seemed to develop into sumption. Having or. Discovery in store and s it. Lit took a bottle Home Hasty con i King s new j a ring lots of i and to the j Surprise of All sin began to get better from first dose and halt dozen Dollar bottles cured Lier sound and w Ell. Or. King s new discovery for Consumo thin coughs Aud colds is guaranteed j to do this Good work. Try it. Free j trial bottles at w. H. Mckee s drug i stare. The Young wife always begins to suspect the extent of her husbands love when he shows a disposition to read the newspaper at the table. Nervous manifestations such As sleeplessness. Nervous debility Ami nervous prostration Are in nine cases out of ten the cry of the starved nerves for if you feed the nerves on pure Rich blood the nervous symptoms w ill cease. It is bad practice to put the nerves to sleep with so called Nervine or sedate mixtures or mall extracts what is needed is a blood maker and nerve food. Or. Pierce Stool Vii medical discovery is composed of vegetable ingredients which have an Especial Effort upon the stomach liver and blood making glands and is a veritable nerve food. For the cure of dyspepsia indigestion liver complaint weakened vitality and for 1 ample j or. Pierce s Colden medical discovery can i not be equated. Thousands have testified to its merits. Asa eau last week. Or. Ami mrs Al Woolman sunday with a. H. Huff Man. Miss Josie Hardin has been quite poorly with poisoned face and hands. Misses flu Albee and Fannie Carpenter of Joy visited la. E. Jordan sunday. The family of George Fawcett moved to their House in Plantsville this week. Or. And mrs. S. V. Selby were made glad by the arrival of a son wednesday of last week. Miss Josie Fawcett has gone for some time to stay with the family of or. Wyatt near Aumsville. Our Little Village is almost enveloped in one vast Cloud it dust consequently items Liis week Are scarce. A number of sales Are advertised to be held in the near future. Some Are moving into the City and some Are Selling Oft their Stock. Farmers Are anxiously watching the Clouds and see some indications of rain. Of we do not have rain soon wheat will be 110 Good. Al King of Columbus is visiting his Home Bere bringing with him his Bride miss Jessie Wherry of Malta. They will make their Home in Columbus. How Many votes will the successful candidate for governor of Ohio receive on election Day november 2d, 1897 ? we will give $5,000 in prizes to the users of popular brands Jersey and . Brands of Standard and High erode roasted Coffee who guess nearest to the Correct answer to the party who sends a the Correct number of votes received by the successful candidate or the nearest thereto we will give Sigo in Cash to the next nearest Vito in Cash to the next nearest 91 of in Cash to the next nearest 9100 in Cash to the next nearest 950 in Cash to the next nearest 950 in Cash and numerous other gifts amounting in All to 85,000. Conditions All guesses must be received not later than the evening of november 1st, 1897. Each Guesser must Send in ten Trade Marks cow and calf Cut from front of wrapper on Ersey Brand or ten certificates from Joffee. Full particulars and slip for guessing will be found in each package of Jersey or o. R. Coffee. No restriction As to where you live or How Many times you guess. Mail your guesses direct to Dayton Spica Mills co., Dayton 0. 0ochiai no cd Cut out this adv. And or Lull Ull till Send to us with a Trade Marks or a certificates with name of newspaper and your guess will be entered. B us key Ero it k j i he Columbus Oung Vallet and Toledo r y. tilt Ojo Acx Pomroy parlor cars Ano solid trains. Of t wet re. Toledo coir bar. Of is Pomeroy with direr Arnm to. _ j. A to North last South Aud Yobst. Pullman Steerer Between Columbus and Chicago every night in Tho year. Lowest rates quickest time. For the Ken bleeping Ami in. Lur c in Hest rations time of i t tins and de tailed inform fit or june at. C. It. Amp t. By. La Rini Iku Leo. In so. A Ali. Agt., Columba 0. Leave Arri it Tim k do trains North p. In. A. In Iii Ike i 8 to in 15 a it p. M Athens Columbus Toledo. Chit ago hoc i la p. Iii. 8 Isi a. Iii. Brave Toledo. By 15 Arri it Columbus 7 do leave t so arrive Athens. In How daily p. In. 12 25 to 35 11 55 p. 111. To to Brave Chicago p. Ill. 1 1 48 2 jul 3 ii <1 ii p. 111. 4 55 s 45 s 55 la t5 Dimity exc ept sunday. W. 8. Blackwood ticket agent c., in v. Amp t. Ray. A in lie following is the list of letters remaining in the Athens Post office uncalled for october la Auu lev Barry Esq. Boid. Far. Charlie Hidy. Mrs. Mattie Trenary. J. A. It Coleman marry pug Las or. James Daniels. Fille Fulton. Robert Esq. Fox. Mrs. S. M. Honley. Or. Herbert Harbis Bros. Boodler j. K. Holes Bertha Kemp or. K. Mccoy mrs. Villetta Pancake. Bros. Store. Miss Ida Steward. Miss Ida Hode mrs. Jennie Riesel. Miss Mary Whieldon. Vav. Vav I. Gist p. M. Cincinnati amp Muski Ngum Valley Hailway company. Bansen us it train sch Kius i. K. Going Kast. No. In no. J no. 4 1 la Lancaster 7 to a in to 15 a in 3 25 p in a Zanesville a u u5 a in 11 43 a in 4 15 p in a a Coshocton. In in a in 1 37 p 111 ii 25 p in Steubenville i us p in 4 15 p Iii 12 23 p in a Pittsburg. 2 7 0 p in 5 40 p Iii 2 15 a in a Altoona. A a a a a to 35 p Iii ii 40 a in Harrisburg. 2 in a Iii to of a in Quot Philadelphia. 5 05 a Iii 12 50 Jiu Bat More. To 20 a in 12 30 a it in a Washin it n do 7 40 a Iii i 47 p in new York. 7 43 a in 8 33 it 111 going West. No. 45 no. 7 la Lancaster. 8 45 a m 2 30 p in a Circleville. Ii a a in 3 of p in a new Holland. A a 5u a in 3 30 p in a Wash it ii c la Iii it a in 3 411 i 111 a Sabina. To 35 a Iii 4 o i p Iii Quot Wilmington. In 55 a 111 4 20 i in a a Cincinnati. I 05 i til ii of p in a a Chicago. 7 15 a in la. For be break miners strike was settled an average of shout 500 ears of Coal have the Yards Here daily. Saturday Wase to rat pay by be miners have had l r it Long time that amounted to any he id the amount of business done til i la la her air merchants on that Day was won a of a a. Seldom if Ever in Nelsonville a a tory Lias there been such a Day. A by bully had Money to Speed Anil tit it. \ prominent clothing Mer-1 a a i informed the Register that his a it its saturday were larger than any j to re Lay save Oue Auice to had been Ubu Tot n>ihh8 in this City. Another Bnsi-1 mail who conducts a general store j Bis receipts for that Day were or or than any Day in the past live a. La fact there was not a store in to but what had All the customers 10 could be waited upon the Many turned away. Unconventional has been defined As being too Good natured to get vexed with people who have us to any manners. Catarrh in the head that troublesome and disgusting disease May be entirely cured by a thorough course of hoods Sarsaparilla the great blood purifier. Hoods Imus cure nausea sick headache indigestion bilious Ness. All druggists. 25c. Lord Bacon said a Reading Marketh a full but so far As observation goes a full men Quot done to get it that Way. A hard working woman sooner or later suffers Troin Backus lie. Nervous worn out feelings or a sense of weight in the Abdomen drugging Down sensations and dizziness it will All t ome to an end with or Pierce favorite prescription for it s woman special tonic and Nervine it restores her strength regulates and promotes All the natural functions and makes a new woman of her. Pter lne debility irregularity Ami inflammation Are most often the cause of the extreme nervousness and irritability of women the medi Cine to cure it is the prescription of or Pierce. All the and weaknesses of womanhood vanish where it is faithfully employed. Or. Pierce s favorite prescription la therefore just tao Medicine for Young girls just entering womanhood and for to women at the critical Bange of life what a lot of courage it must have required in the Luau who was the first to eat an Oyster scr Fula in its worst form yields to the blood cleansing Power of hoods Sarsaparilla. Thousands of cases have been perfectly cured. There is talk of a return to the use of the Cut Natl among builders. It is claimed Tho wire Nail docs not hold Well after the head becomes rusted. Dreadfully nervous. Gents a i was dreadfully nervous and for Relief took your Karl s Clover Root Tea. It quieted my nerves and strengthened my whole nervous system. I was troubled with constipation kidney and Bowel trouble. Your Tea soon cleansed my system so thoroughly that i rapidly regained health and strength. Mrs. S. A. Sweet Hartford i min. Sold by to. It. Lash. An Exchange publishes an article on a How to carry a the Best Way to carry a revolver is to let the dealer in such weapons do it. Bucklen s Arnic Salve. The Best Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands Chil w. L. Douglas $3 shoe the Ewor a. For i yearn this Nix by Merit alone has dmm to ail Eonni Ellfors. W. L. Douglas , �4.00 Aud shoes Are tha productions of skilled workmen from the Best material possible at these Prees. Al and shoes for men. , Aud Milt to for boy null youths. Vav. I. Douglas shoes Are endorsed by Over i of oui wearers As the Best in style tit am durability of any shoe Ever offered at the Prees. They Are made Iii All the latest shapes Aud styles Aud of every variety of leather. If dealer cannot Supply you write for catalogue to w. I. Douglas Brockton muss. Sold by d. Dyson amp son. . By. Ohio division. Athen Stim a table train no time the East arrive at 7 50 p All trains run Dally except sunday. Trains in and 7 carry through cat s clone i in att. For further information Call it it a j c Hart agent. C. M. Bennett f. M. Wilkinson. Superintendent iou ticket at. Cleveland amp Marietta by. Thump go link Marietta Ald Well Cambridge new i Cine rain in. Canal Dover. Panton. Akron. Cleveland. Buffalo. Toledo Pittsburg. New York. Coshocton. Newark. Zanesville. Columbus Chicago St. Louis Anil Kansas City til Roi go tick its sol to Al la it i it of thu Unith i stat is a n d Cana a. In Fleet Mav 12. Ill trains East. A no. 6,Eastern express Parkersburg and Way station.8 21 a. In. A no. 14,mail Parkersburg Baltimore and new York. H 5t it a. In. To. To accommodation .3 10 p. In. �?�no.4, Roy a1 Blue limited Washington Baltimore and new York. 4 40p.m. A no. 3. Night , Baltimore and new York 11 2."� p. In trains West. A no. I night express., Cincinnati St. Mis and westc.3 20 a. In. South. 1.0 Ino North. No. 13 null no. 12 no. I a in i m la in Cleveland. 2 55i m 13 is Akron i 33 i of Canton 12 As. A. M. 8 of Toledo it 20 i m Ati. A. I. . 2 15 Valley Junction la 202 35 d 20 canal hover 10 58 7 05 3 25 7 us new cum Ostuw u to in it is 4 2d 8 ii Cambridge. 8 58 5 12 5 in 8 45 Dosun 8 28 4 45 5 34 0 if to 40. Caldwell. 7 .55 4 13 7 Ini Marietta it 30 2 50 a i i. I a. I. 12 15 2 a Parkersburg. 2 40 la 2 to m k table. Ohio Central lines trains leave Athens nok in 5 55 a. In., Muni a. Iii., 3 30 p. In South 10 544 a. In. 3 25 p. In a carries parlor cars Between Toledo o. And Charleston. Vav. A. F la. Hysell agent Toledo amp Ohio Central Extension. Time table in effect october 3, 1897. Some politicians Are Lull of mystery All the while hiding their Light under a Bushel when a much smaller measure would do just As Well. Daily. Tidally except sunday. For information regarding rates connections sleeping and parlor cars Call on or address f. B. Johnston ticket agent Athens. O. J. M. Caisy Horii g. P. A. La. Hawn Gen sit"3 t in i in Ati Ohio. All trains Dally except Nunda. Close connections made at Marietta with b. A o. A Vav. T. A o. V. Kex by z a it it it. R and Ohio River of. It. And i Hilo Al Var packets Ai Cambridge with. A o. East Aud West at Newcomerstown with p. C. C a St i. East and West at anal Dover with La w. And A p North and East. At Valley Juu Colon with w a l. K. And Valier la j c Tay. Lor. Supt a w pack g p a t a every woman sometimes needs u reliable mom Lily regulating Medicine. Or. Peals pennyroyal pills Are prompt Safe Aud certain in result. The Genu inc it. Peel s Uever Digap Hgt iut. Sent any who n w of. Peel Medicine co., Cleveland o. For Sale by Clines pharmacy. Bea Pach Elured in Ai minutes by or Miles air pm. Quot Oue cent a dote. At druggists. No ii no. 3 . North bound a. M. P. No a. M. . Marietta. 8 30 2 of 7 a a a Tunnel. 0 03 2 is 7 40 a a Vincent. W to 2 i s or a Cutter. To 2ft 2 54 s 25 Mig run. A a i hey. La 15 3 Oft 8 37 u 35 3 20 8 51 a a Sharpsburg 0 Oft a Aumsville. Ii i 3 32 0 22 a. Palos. 12 50 4 0-3 a 53 no a a no. 4. No i South bound. A. M. P. M a. M. La. Palos. To 12 4 5 Annsville. To 42 4 53 a a Sharpsburg. 6 Al 5 to Quot Cutler. Ii 18 5 51 it 25 a a Vincent. Ii 37 1 of 7 40 a. Marietta. 12 15 6 50 a i of trains Ruu Dally except Munday. Ii. C. Vincent g. P. A t. A. T. D. Dale receiver. W. M. Morse. Superintended. Dewitt Witch Huzel Salvo cum pile scalds. Bura

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