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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, Cambridge, Ohio THE VOL. 59. CAMBBIDGE. OHIO. NO. 34. [SIIIE fflfi SJlf. THE HEIGHT OF COURTESY. or Old tfew York Ledger, Christoi, J MCOAL.VIN, it. n. Physician and Surgeon, All oftlla attended day ontaeaoct lestdence'IQ eo'ner of Tenth Kid Cburet Crceia, Cambridge, Oblo. J C. D., Homoiopathlst. Office ami Heslitenee la tne Taylor Block Ob Maliu Street, AH calla Hiteniied, tiny or ulcnt. MT T. RAMSKY, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, Ft'.raerly House Unrgrtm, iuid one Attending Pliysi- jVuUouftl Mudlcal College WwslUagtoa, o. C. Oflice lu Hnlchtson Wneeung avenue, OiUU B. B. BETTER VALUES and more for your money in every ease- on every item ie what wa claim. Write our Mail Order Department for SAMPLES nf Dry Goods of any kind that yon may be in want of; compare qualities and prices with auv others yon may flnd.and see :f we do not urove oar claim every Only on this principle of givine Before purchasing Real Estate call en BEYMER ft BLACK, BUR AND LOAN ASMS, Cambridge, o., see partial list below. House and lot In We.t Cambridge. Curea In 8 Weeks One of the greatest Cures Ever Perform- ed by Cutlcura Remedies. time. A M.D., Physician and Surgeon. l givuu to Kargwy mm all oj tne eye. UlBuo over o. L. Wall rna store. H. tiOCSER, IX D. H. Dvntlst. Office in fes, WueellQi; Avenue, Cambridge, Ohio. Specialties, Crown Brldxe work and Oi.id Fillings approved auaestheucH used lit extraoitug. JDeoll-lyr. ATTORNJSYH. SCOTT, Attorneys at Law, Taylor Braiding, Wheeling avenue, jo. Ohio. the most and beat obtainable lor every dollar do hope fcr your patronage. No sentiment in this. We offer among many other specials this week: 38 inch Imported Tailor Suitings, checks and Btripes, 45 cents. 40 inch. Cloth Suitings, mixed and solid colors. 45 cents. 36 inch Ail-Wool Camel's Hair, nil col- ors, 45 cante. 48 inch Cheviotte Suitings, 76 cents; in all ultra-fashionable ehadee. 50 inch MixtnreR, medium f three months n rash (which be eczema or salt made its appearance on my face, r in all fields but one. i any good at all. but____ disease con tinned unabated, my arms and till I was up from continually slttingon tbe floor on a pillow, my J lints contracted so that I lost all oiratroj ol them and WBH utterly ue'plesp. My mother would Dave to lift me oni and Into bed. I could get around the bonne on my bands reel, but I could not eel my ololneiron at all. and had to wear a eori or dressing KOWD. My hair bad all mat ed down or lal "off, and my head (ace, ami ears were one scab. The disease continued in thin manner until I was seventeen years old, and one day in Jan- uary, 1878 I an aceonrit In tne or your Cm II. described my cane so exactly, thougn, an a last them a trial. Wnen I first, an all raw and bleeding, -----ill, but I went asleep something I bad TAM.EB Attorney at Law. Office east Hide Public Square. J. A. J. A. WKYEK. WEYJKH, Attorneys at Law And Notary In oflice. Balld Ing Office In Troette Ian 12-tf VJAl'HKWS extra fine natural vest and pants-good value-at each. each vests and pants at CAMBRIDGE, Get 31-lyr OHIO. pants Tho Axiom Holds Good. Pour or five of us bought tickets at Louisville for Nashville, recently re- marked a traveler, and as we walked about, waiting for train time, a young man about twenty-four years of age, who was traveling for a Richmond house, broke into a chuckle and asked- "Do you fellows believe that honesty is the best we replied in ohorua. "So do certain occasions. This isn t ono ol the occasions, however Wo asked.him to he told us to wait till we were off. When that time came he said: "The ticket agant made a mistake of just 84 in my case, and I think it is all right to beat him. The agent in Cin- cinnati once beat mo out of so I am hardly even." As he explained the case he pulled out a wad of bills and counted' them, and all of a sudden- he turned pale. Jumped to his foet and gasped: "Great heavensl but I'm "Why, I gave him a twenty instead of a ten, and instead of me beating him out of 84, he's knocked me out of Some body bold me, before I break loose and do awful Extinguishing Fires on Vessels. Investigation into the causes of the recent fires on steamships has shown that the use of a very Dimple means of are extinction, the injection of carbonic acid gas into the hold, is very often not resorted to when it would be of the ut- most ssrvioe. It is-a matter of surprise that this effective safeguard, which re- the middle of the fourth century the date of Ofirigt'e birth was a snbject of pontrovrrsy The Eastern and Western Churches dis' agreed about it; lor it wse so completely lost in Ibe obscurity of tbe paofe. that- it was impossible to arrive at any definite conclusion. PoDeJ.iliu8 I, created a commission of inquiry, which, after a laborious and protro-ited refearcb, fixed on the 25th of December, which dale waa accepted for the celebration of the nativity both by the Roman and Greek Churches." The c'osingatanza implies B lecondM i-tion with Ihe Pw. that had changed 'ne rural stream, with suggestions ol namda and into a poor supplying "power" lor pioseit But the memory of the o'd CHANGED HER factoneg. jovoiis dayfi abides with poet "As the Moora in their exile the keys treasured ____ PLANS. But She Uetermined That WUIi. Should Have HU Fun. entered rrocery on Miohl- a hurry and said to the etor: THB WEBKLY OHIO STATE JOURNAL is the beet paper for Ohio readers. It Kivfs more state news than any other Mv The sentiment expressed in Brook" places Mr. Lowell on a with Mr. Raskin regarding the want of poetry implied by tbe flourishing manufaclurea. When the arts, machine-impelled, come in at tht, dflor, bringing wealth, plenty and ]ox Plode New to" do late It's a way to do up a dog." T Wnb0yrtTUe IT oarn and be won t come out Willie ng to blow him up." "Great Scotts, ma'am, but if you ex- I'.phjsicallj injured, i system-tefioivsd a further- itwMsoven minutes before "ppened. Some one of the four'" iSilSt a, can of powder into the "stove ing not only to take our life, btft to de- stroy sreat and gl.owinK wo-ol. y we shall soon l.-arn who is tM guilty party. If wo can't it homo toany. one in particular, then we shall go gun- njng for the wholecrowd.-Detroit Free rress. TERRESTRIALTJFE. Durer. That Threaten the Earth M. InhnlxtmntA. 'h6 Present period of ion ion through great gtological phasas. during which its continMU and were several times reports and many columns of the choicest nwcellany by the best writers, twelve pages every week, for only one dollar per year. Yon can get a sample copy by Bending your name and address on a postal card to Ihe publishers. Ohio State Journal Co., Columbus, Ohio. Dec 25 3t. urious comforts in their train nnntru wlu 8et the on paper, and in addition publishes all the according to these two urel general telegraphin news, latest "t the window. The Christmas York Ledger comes with a cheerful ex terior, in keeping with tbe festal season The cover displays a New York girl with her arms foil of parcels (OhrtetnV hastening forward to greet the subscribers and wish them a "Happy Ledger mn money, "I'll have to change my plans. Til buy him an auger and let him bore holes In the floor and pour water down on the dog. "-Detroit Freo Free Press. eranff th internal forces that Its nucleus of mat. ter la. fusion developed. None of theu revolutions has been able to destrov tha powerful germs of life, and It is more impossible than ever for. a geolot ical cataclysm to cause a result, The most important of the bistorts cataitrophes of this kind Is contemDO- raneous. We refer to the gfcantte eruption of Krakatoa, in 1883, which claimed v.lotims, and totallytrans- formed the configuration of tbe Strait of Zancsvllle iini.y, o. has, at the re many la thin xnuntv to oneor -rail, at VAlfa RllHiK, whweafi wlin acute or phrotilc DR. FARQUHAB, will positively be In CXAJM: BXI E THZ Hotel Berwick TliiirMlay and Friday, JANUARY 8 9, k 'wo onlv, wliere Mmdlf to wh? to weil aa oew ODe" Peter Schaser FASHIONABLE CAMBRIDGE, OHIO. Has jiist received a new and com- plete stock of FINE WOOLENS! 1 lot Gent's scarlet vest and pants great value, at each. P 1 lot Gent's natural pants at each. Blankets and Comforts! Blankets ranging in price to p per pair. Comforts ranginV in price from 75 cents to each. T P quires for its generation only a few bar- rels ol marble dust and twenty or thirty gallons of hydrochloric acid, with hogs- heads for the confinement' of the g-as and hose for its injection, is'not universal- ly employed for the preservation of lite and property on the high seas, especial- ly as in the hold of a vessel, which can be tightly closed, the principle of chem- ical extinction can be applied with al- most certain success. The adoption of such a system would result not only in the saving of property, but might-at any time prove the meana of averting loss of Y. Herald. CHINESE PHYSICIANS. Thej Are Paid by Ooiitr.ot to Keep Thel. 1'atlents Well. There are about one dozen Chinese doctors in this oity. their 8iSn8' are kept busy going about calling on their patients, or customers, aa they are usually healthy paople. Those doctors are employed on exact- ly the same plan as they were when practicing in the Flowery Kingdom? and Chinamen generally denounce the Amer- loan plan of engoping a physician. Instead of sending for the doctor when a Chinaman becomes sick and paying bun for his visits, he makes a contract when he's in good health with the med- hnm.i .liini._____i__.1 i, ._. tor have just reached the Zoological Gardens. They are the first that have ever been exhibited here alive. The alligator ia ao distinctively an American animal that tho so recently as 1879, of the existence of a species in China, wasextramely interesting. Nev- ertheless the Chinese classics contained numerous references to the creature, ana even pictures, which could be easily recognized as being1 meant for a crocodile of some sort. It is to be hoped that the specimens at the Zoo will bear oat the notion of the extreme longevity of the reptile. Its name is apparently used in oorjain parts of China in the same sense as Methusaleh in this coun- try. Marco Polo wrote about this ani- mal, and recommended its gall as an excellent rorueijy for the bite of a mad aojj and for various other complaints, so that itseems to have been the medtteval equivalent of some of our much adver- the father had not turned 'ver the page and seen his son's post- icript, for there fonnd h' ePrTO "WUNI the immense th.t traverse its plains and pro! ssnto the spectacle of plain, it would be all right, for though Temple is a beast, he is a just beaif Tfce Bishop, in telling the "ao- customod to say it was the greatest compliment he has ever received in life-Golden Days. a tuns' rery remote future. Yet it leems the natural evolution of ourglphwill cause dlnappearanoe of IlA'Cmr be- fore the extinction of 76uT moreover, easy to see the TOO- logloal epoehs lost in the night of frcw were more Powerful proof ____ w Wi 11 iff tBftV Mood snd all .kin whloi, through such general weakening "Ul tore fallen latoZ Lmr.Bn.dv d to tf its- M, v. M, v. hia be afforded if tbe remedy win' Nov. 27 tyr. tised remedies of the present duy. Cu- riously enough, the beast is even now made use of in Chinese don News, mean, hand, sir, Is the We Tell You Positively you ol dyspepsia, purify your enable you you. to sleep well, will rid system, prevent snd vigorous-fVe-fnV "directty kidnW. cleansing, imrlijring invigorating and tortilylnff bS-VWuiW1- If -111 their calomel or UEMARKABIrK RESCUE. Ii.J that c her lungs; 0' by ber "O'M- He told M and Thft victim of conmmption medlcln? could cure her. Km8'8 New onnuinption; she bonabt her delight found hsmlf flrrtdosS. She confinned use and alter taking ten bottUa Young Man-Sir, J have come to de- mand tbe hand of your daughter. Banker-Sir? What do you you young Young Her price of my alienee. Banker-My] my! This insolence Is unbearbale. George! call a policeman. Young One moment, sir. You mistake. I know nothing of your af- ralrs, and do not for a moment Imagine that you have been guilty of any wrong- doing. The silence J alluded to Is of another, sort 1 am tho young man who practices on the cornet In tM boarding house next door. hysloaj decadence that his refined in" will not be able to the place of, will probably bo <1aw AH J.I__i _ _ e .o dsj on which the last representative of oui race and of the entire creatton have to live in the bowels of the earth w.ter. whiih will slowly descend toward the -center peprtvedof surface of the globe will uid, the V 1 humanities Wte.', never know the worth of until some great trouble beSll. Merrlt-Yei, It's se alee to la, on her.-Munsey.WeeklT7 sometimes happens a ebanic will tool around trying to find out doclow amoanUd to n------ seemtxlto reliere 11 ciaolohurBttie.s.l'oMrbot tome obscure corner of u ermachinery. Aboat tke beting el the difficulty U to whittle a sett yluirsBd screw it Into the tkebeitmjrMt iNEWSPA'PERf iEW'SPAFERt
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