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   The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - December 25, 1890, Cambridge, Ohio                        December 35, I89O. LOCAL MATTERS. I There will be services In the Epiaco pal chapel on Christmas morning it 11 o'clock. Rev. C. E Butler, the par- lor, wi 1 preach. The rtiapel will be appropriately decorated for the occasion The Cambridge JEKFEUSONIAN showec POWDER Absolutely Pure. A cifccm of tarter I'aklm; powder. Hlgll- rat of all In leavening 8 UovernmtHt Rejmt, Any., 17, Ifc89. Juuclo Merry Chriatruaa. See the biblej and hymnals at Horn- brook's, Children's overcoats below cost at Thalheimer's. Attend the trial of Santa Clans at the Baptist church to-night, Thursday. December 18tb, 1890, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patterson, a son. Mack Sigler baa bought an interest in grocer; in West Cambridge. college bad 120 students this term. Next term begins Jan. 6tb, 1801. Mrs. Harry Dilley, of Stenbenville, is lying vary dangerously ill with typhoid faver. _____ George McClf ary, oi Cambridge, has had bia pension increased, P. T. Snitt, agent. Wm. Qnino, Eeq and family started for Chilicothe. Ohio, on Tuesday, where they will reside. W. L. Riggs, ol tbe firm of Hamme grocers, has sold bis interest in Ibe business to Gen. Hainea. Prof. W. R. Preach will deliver tbe next lecture of the public school course the evening of January 15th. The little citv oi Mt. Vernon has been favored with the free delivery system to go into eflect, January 1st. B. D. Dilley's trade in watches, clocks, jewelry is booming during tba holidays. Go and see him. The Cosmopolitan, one of the beat magazines in tbe country and the JnrBBSONiAN one year for The band concert begins at 8 o'clock. Yon can attend tbe Trial of Santa Glaus, begininir, at 7 before yon go there. pt. O. T. Coreon will spend next Jiis parents at Eaton and with Ginn his beautiful Ige to Wilson this Roe findings cheap. He's stock of goods is being I oat at cost. Get your supplies once. The next meeting oi the Wills town- ship Alliance will be held at tbe school bouse in on Jan. 20ib, 7 p. m. Santa Claue. will hold daily reeept- jona at onr etore up to and including ommendab'e enterprise this week in issuing an holiday supple ment filled with Christmas reading and local advertisements limet Kocorder. John Stockdale, Ecq., of Antrim, 0 was stricken wilb paralysis on Friday of last week. Mr. Stoukdale lias re covered aomewbat, but hia right arm, aide and leg seem to be complelelv par- alyzed. A large nmnber of people from the country round about Cambridge viewed the beautiful diaplavs and bought lio'i- goods last Saturday. Wheeling A ve- nue almost crowded during the afternoon. A Damorest Oratorical Oonteat will be held on the evening of Wednesday, December 31st, 1890, at 7 o'c'ock, p. m. m the U. F. chinch at Londonderry, 0. Everybody requested to be present. Admittance free. W. H.H. Christmas day. ReJ Corner. William Harris, of the contract for frescoing the Market Street Baptist church in Zanesyille. He is a good workman. Oar correspondents must pnt a two cent on each envelope covering writ- ten matter, unless mailed to us in tbe Cambridge. postotfice. M. F. Bmith is the owner of a pair ol young highbred Bellfonnder driving borers, that attract the attention of horsemen wherever seen. Mrs. Wm. Mahoney, of Indian Camp, wac operated upon on Sunday, tbe 21st Inst. by Drs. Wall and Chapman, tor tbe removal of a tumor. Ed. Eaton and brother, William, of this place, started to day-Wednesday lor New York City where Mr. Ed. Eaton I will endeavor to procure an artificial I limb. We thank onr patrons for their liberal I advertising in the Holiday Smiles I supplement and invite all readers of the rruaoxiAx to visit the places adyer ItiMd. aimed to Miss Thursday of last week. Mies a telegraph operator at Warner, Ohio. Maggie Mitchell, the celebrated co- medienne and emotional actreds, ap- peared before a Cambridge audience lor tbi first time on Thursday evening last. The audience was highly delighted with tbe performance. Anv one sending us three dollars will be furnished the JEFFERSONIAN and the Cosmopolitan, one of the bast magazines In tha country for one year. We regard tbe Cosmopolitan tbe equal of the beet high priced magozinps published. On the night of the 18th John Roue, a sdoon keeper in Athens struck a young man, Lnwis Davis, and killed Rose is In j ill. There is a difference of opinion whether tbe ta'al blow was de- livered with a beer mng or the fist. Mrs. Isaac McMullen died at her home in Knox township on the 16th Inst.. aged 79 years. She was a con- Hia'ent Christian having been a member of the Metboclift Episcopal church for maov years. She leaves a hueband and five children to mourn their loss. The Quaker City correspondent of the Times Recorder eaye: "David Harsman, of Barneayille, wan arranigned before Justice and fined 00 an1 costs, and sentenced to Cambridge stone pile for ten days for procuring a mea! at Quaker City hotel und to pay for the same." The report of the Cambridge public schools for December shows totals as follows: Ynarly, monthly, weekly, 075 5; average daily attendance 653.3; no cases of tardiness reported, neither absent nor tardy Tbie is Mr. Coraon's last report as his resigna- tion takes rifect January 1st. The Baltimore Ohio R, R. Co will ee'.l round trip excursion tickets Decem- ber 24, 25 and 31 1890, and January 1st, 1891. good for return passage to and in- cluding January 5. to all points between Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Chicago For time of trains, rates and other in- formation call on agents of the B. O. At a meeting of the town council on Friday evening tbe resignation of Wm. Q linn, as councilman from the second ward, wasaccepted and Dr. J. C. Warne was appointed in bis place. W. V Gar- vin, wan qualified as councilman Iron: se'-ond ward, tnkirg the place Mr. ADen who resinned a few weeks ago. The Epwortb League convention of of Cambridge district will be held in Dexter Citv, December and 30th. Addresses will be delivered by Presiding E'der, Wilson, Rev. S. Bnrt, D. D., of Cambridge, and Rev. D. H Mailer, D D. of Canton. This is a rapidly growing organization ot young Christians under tbe care of tbe M. E. church. Mies Abby Olell, one of tbe best known and most pleasant young tallies of this place, was married last Thurs- day to Mr. R. M. Mcllyar, a successful young business man of Cambridge. Tne ceremony which united tbe two for life, was performed m Newark by the K-v. E. l. Jones, pastor of tbe Plymouth Congregational chmch.-Granmlle Times The anew atorm of last week was in rainy places the most destructive that baa visited a portion of our country dur- ing tba past six years, Ohio as usual es- caped, especially this portion of the state. At Pittsburgh and throughout Pennsylvania and farther east tbe fall was so great as to greatly interfere with the running of trains and all forms of traffic; telegraph, telephone and elec iric light wires were crushed and broken aid many serious accidenta occurred. In Tennessee, Southern Virginia and North Carolina tbe snow fell from six inches to two feet deep. I Rev. J. W. Shepherd, formerly of LondoBderry, was married to Miss ijtate Smith, ot Freeport, tne 10th mat. They will make their home at Htrald. Sand to the Queen City Medical Co.. S8 W. 6th St., Cincinnati, Ohio, for the Mt Headache and Neuralgia Care, their advertisement in another column. Tbe Rnsbyille, 111., Times comes to us I this week with a beautiful holiday sup- ptommt, tbe skiiml work of the well I known printer, Geo. P. Houck, former- Cambridge. be Apollo club will give a concert Yeai'SDightin the Opera Honae. be assisted by an excellent ra and no one who attends will ppointed. Cambridge Loan and Building npanv will hold its next meeting unlay evening January 3rd. Join association and build a home MM! i paying rent. jlmer Sbarkry and Henry Popn were in the Penitentiary annex r morning. Isaac Smith was ret- for tbe eighth time. There are i oi bia guilt- r young, enterprising friend, j! G. n, oi New Concord, has published i Advertiter and issued it to It Is a neat sheet and i mirks ot prosperity. Bowman, ol Adamsville, an (lady, on'y sister of our fellow ]g, Shroyer, Eeq., died r ol last week. Mr. Shroyer at- I funeral on Monday. The Daily ImntOniun gives the fol- lowing lucid and graphic explanation ot "Tlddiedy which la now the fad in society. The game ia played with tiilrlledies, winks, a wink pot. dingnsea, difficulties, etc. Any number of players may engage in tbe game. Each player takes a dmgua. Tbe winka are divided equally, likewise the difficulties. Take a wink, put It on the dingus, then by preaoing a tiddledy on wink, make it jump into the you can. If yon succeed yon are entitled to a du IIicily, and for every wink yon jump in- to the ding-pot from tbe duwink yon count a fl clidledy, and continue so to operate the link-winkle upon the polly wog until tbe points so carried shall equal the sum total of the hogwip mul- tiplied by the pntermktum and added to tbe contents of tbe aforesaid wink- pot, or words to that effect, you may be said to have won tbe game. Tbe pedestrian contest on Saturday evening in Hammond's Hall, given un der the managemen t of tbe Cambridge Gymnasium Company, was a apintec and interesting affair. The contest was for two hours. The first hoar heel- and-toe walk, and the second go-as-yon pleaae. Tbe folkwlng persons appear- ed in the race: E. W. MatheWB, Jr. Meade McDonald, Atkins Bert" Stevens and Henry Bbroyer Al. Sarchet and Jim. Williama were elected judges. The following were the records made: For tbe first hour Mathewa, McDonald, Atkins and Stev ens each made five miles and fifteen lapn to the Surojer came in ten laps behind. Sec ond hour go- as-you-please: Mathews 223 laps; McDonald, 200; Atkins, 198 and Shroyer dropped oat som time be'ore the two hours were up. Th record's of those who remained in dorin i licensee have been granted i Claypool and Jennie ttra two were: miles and fourteen Mathews, twelv laps; McDonalc eleven miles and twenty-nine laps; Al I. Wilson and Etta Stotllemire; I kins, e'eyen milea ami twenty-one taps i Mcifber and Julia Griffith, T. I Malhews easily and very gracBlully wo t mi V. JwktoB. I prise, beautiful silver cop. G. F. Gallup baa gone to Pittsbnrgn Pa., lor a visit. Gottleib Rabe la in Pittsburgh visiting lia son, Herman. Mies and Mary McFarland are vinting in Cadiz, O., this week. Prof E. L Abbay ia visiting relatives n Cleveland daring the hol'daya. Homer Burgees baa returned from Ann Arbor, Mich., for the holidays. Charles Collins has secured a position as salesman in H. Greenwold'n store. W C. Adams, C M. agent at Canal )ovor, 0 was in Cambridge Friday, O. Simeon wife, ot Znnesville, O.. visited in Cambridge over Sunday. Misa Lizzie Petty, of Cumberland, is hegunst of friends in Cambridge this eek. James Diliey is home from Canton, mo, where he has been employed for ome time, J A. Ewen, Esq a Uolnmbua atlor ney called among old neighbors in Cam- indue last week. Fulton McMahon, Esq., ol New York !ity, is with bia parents anil friends in Cambridge, this week. Miea Ida Raymond will apend a few ays of this and next week, visiting her later, Mrs. P. E Xorria. Mrs. A. Sibley was called to Weal La ayette, O.. on Monday by tbe death of er eister, Mrs. Ann Davia. Samuel Kramer ia on tbe road as ssietnnt traveling salesman for N. J. icbloBB Co., of Naw York. George Davis returned this week rom Arizona to spend the holiday sea- on with Cambridge Irienda. Miss Annie Kennon, of JBarneavillei in visiting her cousin, Mies May [arris on Wheeling Avenue. Mrs. O. O. McKee, of Caldwell, is tbe nest of her Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wharton on North llth Street. J. H. Mickey, Esq., was in Col- mbus Monday, attending the annual meeting of the state's attorneys E. J. Hackenburg, one of tbe C M. rain dispatches is enjoying a vacation with his parents in Pennsylvania. Allen Patterson has returned from Cunia, O., where he has been studying nonugraphy under Prof. F. G Steele. We are under obligations to Chang Wa Lee. the clever Chinese laundry man, or a beautiful specimen of Chinese lily. Misa Lucy Van Wje baa returned to er home in Warren, O., for the noli- ays. Miss Van Wye'a mother is very l. Miss Alice Anderson, who has been caching music in Cadiz. 0 for the past ew months, has returned home for Miss Moliie Borton, of Cambridge, waa a guest ol Mrs. Mattie Ridgeway's smily over Saturday and Qualer City Ind. B. C. Morrison, wife and little daugh- er returned from Kentucky on a iait to Mrs. Morrison's parents.Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Moore. Coia White and Chas. Casey, youna men of thin place, who havo been at- ending a Dental College in Cincinnati, ave returned ior a abort vacation. Misa Fannie Ewart. daughter of tbe ate Judge T. W. Ewart, of Granvllle, >bio, is spending a few days in Cam- ridge, the guest of Miss Kate E. Amos. Mrs. Eva Roland, of Quaker City, vis- ed her relatives, Dr. Cooper's family, n Wheeling Ave, a few days last eek. Mrs. Roland made this office a leasant call on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk, of Morristown, re visiting the family of R, W- Lind- ey this week. Mr. Kirk is a well nformed and ardent Fremason and reatly enjoys the society of bia breth- en. Chas. W. Erven and family started or a two weeks' visit in Roann. Ind., to Mrs. Erven's brother. Rev. W. W. Jtown; they will rail on relatives in O., for a few days while on heir way. Joe Campbell and Miss Lida Scott, of bis place, slatted to-day-Wednesday or Washington, D C., where they will isit relatives and enjoy the sights in le Capital city. Chas. Scott, also of na place, who IB now a student at the Boston Conservatory of Music, will oin them there and spend his vacation with them in tbe city. The following young people of Caru- ridge who have been away attending chool have returned for tbe Chrictmae acation: William Bryant, Frank Oasey nd Chauncy Moore, of Wooster Uni- ersity; Chap. R Anderson, of tbe Cm- innati Law School; Mies Dol ie Barber, live Hornbrook, Lizzie Moore and Frank Hainea, of the Ohio Wealeyan Tnivereity, at Delaware, 0.; Misses Minnie G Keepers and Kate E. Amos, f Shepherdaon's College for Women, at Granviile, O.; Geo. A. Moore, of Deni- on Univarsitv, Uranville. O., There will be a great Christmas Ben- amile Palace and Fine Fold Ecstacy given at the A. M. E. church, ol Cam- iridge, Ohio, Thursday December 25tb, 390 After appropriate religions ser- 'icer, an excellent good dinner will be erved in the church basement, all tbe lelicacies of the season wl'l be served. jome everybody and help ns in this ime of great need. At night, 10 cents admission. Proceeds for benefit of tbe A. M. E. church of Cambridge. Ohio. REV DANIEL NBWSOM, Paator. Holiday Excursion on the C. On Dec. 24th, 25th and 31st, 1890 and an. 1st, '91, tbe C. A K. railway will sell excursion tickets to all points atone and one-third fare for the round trip. Tickets good returning np to and in- luding Jan. Sta '91. Apply to any agent of tbe road for further information. ________________Dec4 4t The musical treat prepared for New Years nivht will be given exclusively >y home talent, nuder tbe direction ol Prof. J. H. Sarcbet, From present In- dications and after bearing their re- hearsal, we do not hesitate to recom- mend the lovers ot good music among our people to attend. LADIES PEE have just two robe dresa patterns left out of our large line of holiday goods, they gold at 115 00 You can buy either of the re maining onea for W. H. H- Mcllyar, Old Red Corner. Get a nice basket for your friend a Xtnas gift, we have them in great var- iety at U. Ayre Go's. Call and see oar English Walking jackets 29 inches long for 00 at C Ayre Oo'g._______________ Ltrites call and see tbe bargains lhu C. Ayre Co. are offering in Frencb aeal muffs. Embroidered linen bandkerchleta fo ojidv present at 0. A'Oo'i. Embroidered handkerchiefs from 12c to 00 each at 0. Ayre Go's. Overcoata In great variety at Thai heimor'B, U Plush at C. Ayre 4 Oo'e. to 18.60, Meeting of tlie Oblo Sta e Grange at Tiffin, Ohio, One of tlifl nioHt EntliualilMtlo in lilH tory of the onleiv-A large number ol' and VlnltorM Preaont. The State Grange convened in its eighteenth annual session, at Noble's Opera House, Tuesday, December llth. .890, at 10 o'clock, a, m., and waa duly opened in the fourth degree bv Worthy II. Ellis, followed bv a roll call ot the officers. It waa found that 84 cqpitiea were rep eseuted The on credential and jrder of business were appointed, fol- owed by the annual report of tbe iers. The first address was that of tbe mas- er, B H. Ellis, who gave a review of he work during tbe past week. The membership increased from4000 to 5000 Ie men spoke at length of the object of he order. Cla.imed that the order nas above partisan politics; that It was onr duty to mtdown corruption in politics, that be building of our organization is but a means to an end; that oi "developing better and higher manhood and wo- manhood among ourselves." The other officers then followed with heir reports, which showed that the past year had been productive of good esults. Upon a roll call of counties or the introduction of business, a num tier ol papers were prerented, which were referred to their appropriate com- inirteen. Tbe Master then announced that a inbl'c reception would be given bv tbe itizena of Tiffin, Tueaday evening, at o'clock, p m. At the time appointed tbe house was lied to overflowing by theSOO delegates, hat by this time bad arrived, and cili- ?na. The exercises were highly inter sting and the audience paid marked attention from the first to the last. The ddrensof welcome waa delivered by Ion. Wsrren P. Noble and responded o by Hon S. H. Elus. Several other very able tpeecbes were oliyered during tbe evening. Gen. W. I. Gibson made the closing speech, raong other things he paid nre is tbe esenlial fundamental. Wilh- ut it progress and happiness is nut of he Question. We liave a population of iS.OOO 000 and only about 000 are oing anything, and they are feeding nd clothing tbe rest and paying taxes. Manufacturers, lawyers, railroads, etc rganize and when the farmers say they re going to stand shoulder to shoulder, he people want to know what is tbe matter." He closed by saaying: "1 ongratulate vou on what you have one, and wish you God speed." SECOND DAY. The morning session waa occupied with the routine business of the com- mittees etc. W H. Lykina, president ot tbe State 'srmer's Alliance, was called upon and eeponded in a abort speech, which was igbly interesting and called forth much pplauee. A1TEHNCON SESSION. On assembling, tbe report of the com- mittee on Woman's Work in the Grange, caa made by tbe chairman, Mrs. H 0. Sggert. The reports ot the commit- ees were made and the one which il'ed forth the most animated diecus ;on, waa the report ol the committee n resolutions. The clause relating to ational Banks waa stricken out; the 'Australian ballot system" was en- orsed; "the Conger Lard Bill and ie "Botterworth" pure fcod bill were leo endorsed. The evening session was devoted to ie centering of the advanced degrpes, 'be sixth degree was conferred in full orm on 152 condidates. THIRD DAY. The election of a full board ot officers ccupied moat of the morning session nd part of tbe afternoon session. The evening session was devoted to miscellaneous business and a general ood time. Upon the call of the roll of the coun- ea. tbe condition of the order in eecti ounty waa reported by the delegate. ly the various reports tbe order seems o be in a flourishing condition. Nearly very delegate reported large gams of membership and a number of new sub- rdinate Granges. A resolution, thanking the citizena of 'iffin and membera of tbe County Grange or their hospitality was unanimously dopted. The delegatea and visitors hen separated to return to their homes, auh feeling glad that be Im1 been resent. Yours Truly. C. E ALLOIVAY, Kimbolton, O. Christmas Goods. Mrs. Foreythe has a full line of Holi- y goods of all kinds and at all prices where you can buy a nice present ior onr friends. Don't wmtunhl Christmas s here and the store full of people come ow and buy your goods and we will eep them until yon want them, the tore is full of lancy goods, and 25 ct. toys, jeweiery, photograph and utograph albaina Ladies and Genie ollet cases, ehavina and smoking sets. Perfumery 50, 75 and Toys, irows, table .covers and acarfs, fine nen and silk handkerchiefs, cotton, woolen und eilk mcfflera, books, doll arriagea.wagona, carte, tables, chairs, ureaus, in fact anything yon want and t the lowest prices. Come now and elect what you want. Mrs. Foraythe, 'aylor Block. Dec. 4, 4t. Sclo College Closes its fall term Dec. 12. Winter opens Jan 5, 1891. The fall terms or tbe last four years have shown a Ingularly healthful growth, each in urn exceeding by sixteen the highest ecord previously made, except the present whicn has an advance of nine sen. The literary, business, pharma :y, music and military departments are under the supervision of men thoroughly qualified. Each department is afford" ng general satisfaction Prospects for he winter term are encouraging. Send or catalogues, to Rey. W. L. Dixon, D., President, Scio, Ohio. Dec. 11, e.o.w 3t. The Akron Daily Beacon of Saturday aat waa a magnificent edition of twelve pages, filled with carefully selected and edited news comments and statistics. The occasion was ita 21st, birthday. Being of legal age we may reaaonably expect it to sustain the Republican par ty by its voice and vote. We heartily commend auch evidence of news enter prise on tbe part of our esteemed cotem- jorary. Senecaville G. A. R. post, at the first regular meeting in Bee. 1890, elected the following officers to serve for tbe ensuing year: Post commander, J. L. Dilley; 8 V. rom., W. S Ward; J. V. D. com John Maboney; Q. M. Uriah Wmnett; Surgeon', A. J Gaston Chap- am, Leepc-r; 0 of Day, Wm. Aududdle; O of G John fehroyer. Viry Respt'tv. J L. DILLBY, Adjt. Direct connections lor Ciovelam Ohio via Cleveland and Marietta and- Valley Rya. Train No. 2 and 4 leave Cambrirfgo nt s. m and p m. arriving in Cleyelant p. m. anil p. m.. Trains Ko. S wakes direct connections at Oleve land with through vestibuled train tor Buffalo, Albany, Boston and all points east. Dec. 18, 4w. A entire ijtqre is now apjaite   bound volumw, the magazines girn as four to one. Take for instance the 3os.Mupji.iTAN, which contains annually 161-i'J pages by the leading writers of tbe wf rid. and more than 1200 illustrations by clever artists. That would make tour volumi'S of nearly 400 pagea each, yet it s furnished to the aub criber at only 12.40 a year. The lour bound volumes which it would make would be worth on the onok stands not lesa than 40 It seeme impossible that so much should be furnished for ao little, am) It la only when tbe num bar reaches or up- waids that such work can be tnrntd out at a profit to tbe publisher. Formerly t was considered impossible to place such a raauawnc before tbe public for eaa than per annum, and tbe pre- dictions were numerous, whan the pripx of tbe COBKCP- I.ITAN waa fixed at 40 that it would be impossible for it to sur- vive at ench a figure. The publisher believed that a firat clasa maga- ztne at the low price of 40 would be quickly appreciated by the public. His expectations have been more than ful- illed, and tha December isnue of the JOSMOFOUTAN reached the 100.000 mark With a view to tbe introduction of the COSMOPOLITAN to tbe readers of this lonrnal, we propose to do even better :han tbe very low pi ice of the magazine. To those who have never been subscrib- ers to tbe COSMOPOLITAN we will furnish he JEFFERSONIAN and that magazine at 00 far the two. Gingersuaps. One can molasses, 1 cup sugar, 1 cap shortening. 1 heaping teaapoonfnl of aoda, m half a capful of cold water; add lour enough to soft dough, roll ,hm, cut and bako in quick ovan. The best results iollow the use ol Ayer's Sarsapaitlla. For the cure ot scrofula, and ecrofuloua this medicine has no equal It has 5IQ thou- an da of cases restored health to others and will restore health to you, OUELL. Entertainment at Hopewell Christ- mas eve. Protracted meeting ia in progress at locty Fork. McCleary's school closed on the '24th nst. until ibe Sib of Jan. Our school rioted on last Friday for a icliday vacation of ten days. A Christmas entertainment will be given at Clear Fork school bouse Friday evening. Hiram Gunn and wife are spending ho holidays with Zaneeville and New- rk friends. Mrs. Emma Ford ia also canvassing he same township for Rev. Cannon i'arrar's Life of Christ. We close onr letter by wishing the proprietors and subscribers of the Jsr- ER30NIAN a merry Christmas, C. Moss, of North Salem, has the last week been over in Pennsylvania ooking after a flock of sheep. Jaa. Patterson and family accompa- nied by his father, Stont all of Midway, iaited relatives here tbe 20th inst. Mack Baud in canvassing JeSVsrson township for Rev. T De Witt Talmage's ife of Christ with wonderful auacess Geo. B. Fresher has been employed to eacb a two summer term of ichool at McCleary's for 00 per day. We learn that Jaa. Gnnn purposes ooking up a poult ion aa a salesman in ome one clothing bouses in Oftm- iridue. On Dec. 9th at the residence o' the iride's mother, by J. L Patterson, Esq., )oc Larrison and Miss Amanda Jobub- on were married. Quite a number of men and boys gathered at the residence of Snmn Stiles on last Satnrday for the purpose if urocurine wood lor his lamily through he winter. Martin Allentier late of Clayeviile. after a abort time with his relatives near Clio, returned to bis labor on the 6th inet He is labeling m tbe gas ield at that place. The elnging at the school house at bis place on last Thursday evening was well represented and was called for tbe >nrpose of organizing a class, with A. T. IcCormick instructor. Another meet- ng will be held Saturday evening of bia week. We have an immense line of wrapi on hand and have marked them down, esa tban auction prices. C. Ayre Co. LONDONDERRY Dr. 0. A. Brown entertained a party f young friends the evening of the 16th. Charley Bond gave an oyster supper o 17 young couples the evening of tbe 8th. Lee Taylor came borne laat week from rlusfeingnm college lor the Christmas vacation. Daugberty, of Washing- ton township, was quite sick for several lays last week. The roada were fine for sledding sever- al days laat week but not enough snow ,o catl ont sleighs. W A, Carpenter baa a class ot six law atndenta. They reside in' the vi- cinity of Antrim and Brown. Mrs. Jennie McLaugblin and her lit- tle step son, Lyman, left for their home near Kansas City this week. Tne Messrs. Bishop and Wesley Grey who have been sick since their mother's death, are improving slowly. Miaa Clone K. Campbell, of Antrim, waa the gnaat of her aiater, Mrs Dr. Brown several days last week. Mrs. Ollle Moffman, of Jewett, Har- rison county, spent several daya laet week at the home of her father, Lewis D. Latham. Tbe wells on the school lota at our town school, and Upper Crab Orchard are both completed. The former water was found at 115 feet, tbe later at 55 feet both wells were badly needed by the schools. W. A. Carpenter and 8. W. Wilkin are both booked for speeches at the Farmers' Inatitute at Freeport the early part of tbia week. Tha tormer'a subject is "Tbe Lawyer on tbe the lat- tern is "What Ails tbe Farmer." Fun, boae, collars, muffa and capes, aatrachan, beayer, monkey, lynx aeal and French saal at C. Ayre Go's. WASHINGTON. A merry Christmas' to all onr readers. Z A. Piirdum irrived at hjs deatlns lion A. M. E festival atjthe town hall on jliristoiaa Bight. One of Samuel Doyle's horses died in larnens on Friday. Go to Lawrence's for cheap shoes, Christmas slippers, etc. Tanneliill will spend the hoh- lav v-c4tion at Antrim MIPS Sadie Baxter, ol tbe Cambridge iniiools, is home (or the holidays. The M. E. Protracted meeting will flow Wm. Keif lay ifl spending the lioli dayii with his sister in Columbus. Prank Henry, of Columbus, is ng a week with his father, Dr. Heury Sleighing was highly enjoyed by many I our citizens for several days last week. The Presbyterian Sabbath school will Ive'a treat to their scholars on Christ mas night. Itansie Pimiam Is spending the holi- ay vacation of the Cincinnati Dental ental at bome, William Hall, who lived over on altiork, waa found dead in his house n last Tuesday. R. 0, Purdum and wife have gone to lenfrew. spend tbe holidays with leir son. William. Elroer the Cincinnati DonUI loilege, is visiting bis parents, Mnjor ndMrs. J. W.Moore. Mrs. Lnvina Fergnson has gone to Oo- nmbiis to spend the holiduys with the amily of her son, C. L. Ferguson. Ralph E. Lawrence, of Bridgeport, ill eat Christmas turkey wltb his par- Mr. and Mrs. 8. B Lawrence. John Scott and A. M. Baxter, of Cam- ridge, visited their Masonic bretbern flondey evening and enjoyed the 10 'clock lunch. John C. Lawrence, son of 8. D. Law euce, was married at St. Paul, Minne- ota, Iset week. He went west about our years ago to grow np with the ountry. James returns thanks to bis and neighbors, who BO usly turned out with their teams last Friday and hauled his machinery from lie railroad. Richard Baird, of Winchester, led visiting the farmlv of his sister, Mrs. Vtjah McMullen. Mr. Baird left thin own 41 years ago and has been a rest- ent of the above place 36 years. James Mason, proprietor of the Wash- ington Mills, is a very enterprising bnsi- ess man and has. at great expense, lied hia mill with the latest improved machinery from top to oottom. In (tout one month hie mill will be in peration and there Is no reascn why he nonld not make an good flour aa in made in Ohio. We bespeak lor him the ull patronage of this entire community sa a reward for his enterprise. LORE CITV. Isaac Warden is convalescent. Miss Ida Watson is quite elck with carlatlna. Miss Effice Thompson ia ill with iroat affection. Mies Lote.Law, of Senecaville, visited ie family of W. N. Emerson over Sab- atb. C. J. Lowry, who is attending school t Delaware, came bome for the vaca- on. Tbe meeting at the Presbyterian burch closed Sabbath evening. No ccessioos. Miss Cora Lauehlm wtr m we spoke f ast week is lying dangerously ill wilb yphoid pneumonia. A. R. McColloch, a Cincinnati law tadent and brpther, H. D. McCul- och, ot Maskingum college, are apand- ng the holidays with tbeir mother here. E. V Stopblett, B. O. agent at [organ Junction, is suffering from par- lysis of tbe tongue. He has been given vacation by tbe company. His position a occupied by Mr. Barber, of South akota Mr. Stophlett and fainilv are pending the recess with Mrs. Stoph- ett'e parents at Danville. Ohio. Mr. Jacob A Claypool and Mias Jen- le M., dauebter of Albert Morris, of bid place, were married Thursday even- ng, Dec., 18th at 4 o'clock at tbe reai ence of the b'lde's parents, bv Rev. R. MeGracken. Tha happy couple jft on the tram for Newark, where [r. Claypool's eister waa married the ext day. Mr. and Mrs Claypool will is it friends in tbe western part of tbe ;ate and be gone about tbree weeks hey have tbe best wishes of tbe entire ommumty. WINCHESTER. Christmas has come; let us celebrate, eigh, bo! Ellsworth James and other relatives rom Morrow Co., are visiting at Wm. Moore's. Our social circles are becoming some- hat animated of late. They held a pleasant meeting at Perry Bon- ell's Tneaday evening. Tbe question, reeolved that old bache- ors should be taxed to support old maids will be discussed by able debaters t the Pine Grove Literary Society Tues- av evening. Considerable excitement prevailed in own Tuesday of last week, caused bv ie cry ot fire at the school bouse. The re originated between the ceiling ot tbe rst room and tbe floor of tbe second, lat through the effectual services oi the ucket brigade tbe flames were soon xtmguished. Tbe case of Joseph Hughes vs. Thos. George which waa net for trial before ustice Brown's court on Tuesday of last week, waa owing to ita length postponed ntil Friday at o'clock a. m., when very interesting trial was held. J A tocsdale acted as counsel fcr tbe pla n- iff and 0. V. Wells for the defendant. Lt about m., the jary returned, a ardict ot 00 damages to tbe plaintiff or the illegal detention of a horse Mr. lughes had purchased at Mr. George's ale. Aa Marion Wilson was returning from irotracted meeting at Allen's Chapel ne night last week bia team of colts which he was driving become trighlen- >d at a vehicle' in the rear ran away, Ir. Wilson held on to the lines but was unable to check them in tbeir mad jareer and they struck the bridge west >l town and becoming detached from he'jvehicle one borae plunged into tbe week and tbe other fell in tbe middle of be bridge. Neither borae waa injured ave a few scratches. Walk A Mile and Pay A Pollar. Two good people of Scranton, Pa., had a similar ex per enoa which U well worth repeating in their own words tor the benefit of ell our readnra. Mr. T. W Knowles, Proprietor Eagle Hotol, 309 Penn avenue, writes: 1 have used Dr. Hand's Cough and Croup Medicine in my lamily for same time, and found it work so well that I buy it from the doc- tor by the quantity. Would not feel safe without it ID tbe Roaar Rey- nolds, North ftveime, aide wr tea to ihis effect: "In o't Cough an I Croup incurring in family o: children, I would send a mile and pay a dollar a bottle lor Dr. Hand's Conga and Croup Medicine rather tban take any other as a gift. It hits the nail on the bead'every time." For Bale by C L. Wall Co. Umbrellas are a popular, practice present for your friends. We bav them (or men, ladies and children. W. H H. Mcllyar, Old Red Corner A flue selection of umbrellai (or Ml C. Ayre Co'i. William Brown is ont in Knnras look- ng np a pm-maneot location. Jeff Keller ia boms from Ml. Ephriam but ia nnanle to at the More. A horae fell with lleury G. of Greenwood, be is now by for repairs. Mrs. Rev. Dye and children wi'l spend the holidays with friutidii in Mor- gan county. Robert Dennison bought I he ihotnas Sbaw properly on Mill Htreet lecei sold at Administrator's sale. Emmet, aon of Mr J. Gregg, a farmer sonth of town cut bis kuee badly laat week while working with a drawing mite. W. Line liua puicLa a I the otirn jewelry stock of William Ke 1 Mr. Kail will devote his time to music aching. Joshua Meek a Pennsylvania granger welt known in this county, says after six yearn of aolid toil in sunshine and rain ie baa Abandoned the Inrm and moved o town. Tbe people here were shocked last aturday at hearing ol death of Mrs >ora Law while visaing at her father-in aw's, John Law near Kennonsburg, Noble county. She was lhu daughter f tbe Rey John Holliater a former astor of the M E, cbnrcli bere, and ras married bere three years ago last day In ibe M E. church by the prrala- ng elder. Rey. W. L Dixon.to Mr.Char ea Law. or L.BTTBB8. Remaining in the postoffice, Cambridge, Guernsey county, Ohio, uncalled (or ecember 20th, 1890: Mrs Henrietta Ball, Mr. 8 Brasbear. Mr. Willie W, Boyd, Mr. D. Beamer, Mr. George Clarry, Ed. Clifton, H. Donaldson, F.M. Ebert, Mr. Wil- iam Frunze, Geo. C. Guthrie. Miss GlDsou, Miss Dol lie Hcmilton, dr. William Howe, Mrs. Sarah Ann Miaa Ada Martin, Mrs. Lizzie Poland, Mrs. Rebecca Panlick, Sarah Paalcen, Rufus Roddy, Mrs. W. M Sbocklev, Preston Weaver, Mr. W. A. Wilson, Mr. Geo. Willey, Persons calling for tbe above letters will please say J. B. TAVLOB, P. M. JAMBBIDGB PKODTJCE MAHKH1 Corrected weekly by Fleming Broe, Dealers were paying tbe following rices for prodnce on Wednesday Apples (green) fl 40 leans 5 tntter Chickens (per pound) 25 10 800 8 39 1 00 lams lay (per .ard Oata >niona Potatoes 00 Shoulders 7 ides G 'urnipa 35 Wheat A BLESSING TO HUMANITY. This is what N. H. Andrews, a prom- nent citizen of Springfield. Ohio, saye: affords me great pleasure to assure my friends that I have received both mmedlate and permanent relief of "'hroat, Bronchial and Asthmatic trou- 'Ie in tbe use of Dr. Acker'a English Remedy. It is certainly a good honest medicine, and bleasing to humanity." The above preparation I will aoll on a osltive guarantee it baa given belter aliafaction than any other remedy I ave ever sold. D. M. Hawthorne, Drug- ist, Cambridge, Ohio. Aug 14-90 lyr Biblea for holiday gifts Bold at coat y Hornbrook. Dec 4 4t. BIRD'S RUN. A merry Christmas. John Jonea is improving slowly. The bridge over Indian Camp will be completed in about two weeka. There was an oyster supper and social bop at Robert Warden's last week. Louis Shrynck returned fiom Illinois ast week to spend a while with hia parents. John Baker returned from Wood Co ast week to sojourn with friends for u season. To the Pacific Coast, Go to California via the through Im of the Burlington Bonte, from Chicago or it Lnute to Denver, and hence over the tew broad guage, through car line of the Denver and Rio Grande or Colorado Midland Railways, via Leadyille, Gle- wood Springs and Bait Lake, through Dterestirlg cities and unsurpassed scenery. Dining Cars all the way Dec 25 5t Attend Joseph Stewart's sale January 6th. Horses, sheep, lambp and larmmj utensils 8t public aale. Dec. 2t. MERIT WINS. We desire to say to onr that 'or years have" been aellingDr.Kmn'a New Discovery tor Consumption, Dr King's New Life Pills, Bftoklfn'a Arnica Salve itnd Ejeptdo Bittera, and have iievef handled remedies that aell as wel or that have given inch universal satli faction. We do not healtata to guaran tee them ever; time, and we stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfact- ory results do not follow tbeir use. Theae remedies have won their great popnlarl ly purely on their merits. D. M. Haw thorne, Druggist. Fine children's inita at Thalheimer'a Corn MARRIED. On the 14tn inat, by Rev. W. A. lhalfant, at. the residence of the bride's ather in Center township, Mr. Frank iswton and Miea Sadie Beabout. 18. t the residence of E. M. fitottlemirH, y Rev, L. B. Moore, Mr. Charles M. Wilson and Miss Ettn Stottlemire, all f Cambridge, Tuaaday Dec by Rev. J H. Nach st the ome of tbe bride.s parents, Tyner, O Ir. A. R. Jordan, of Martin a Ferry, ..and MiaeF. M.Moore. There are nany white soaps, ach epresented to be just as good as the Ivory." They are not, >ut like ill counterfeits, hey lack he peculiar and remarkable qualities of he genuine. Ask for ivory Soap and nsist upon having it. Tis sold everywhere. Febl8nonrt orlp REPORT OF THE CONDITION Old National Bank CAMBRIDGE, n the state ot Oblo, at the close ot business December ISHli, 189O, RESOURCES. Loans and discounts 41 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 47 J. S. Bonds to secure circulation. SS.OOO 00 me from approve! reserve agents 48 Due (rom other National BanKs 14.891 81 Due from otate Banks aw Banners... Current expenses, and taxes paid M 95 Checks and otuer cash Items 48 llllaol other BanKs 00 fractional paper currency, nlcitles ana cents B5 76 notns 19.000 00 .._ptlon tand with U. S. Treasurer spor cent, of circulation) Total. 00 00 IS 1U1.094 97 53.T51 OS 51 60 00 LIABILITIES. capital stock paid in Surplus lund....... Undivided prpiUs latlonal notes outstanding deposits subject to check Demand certtllcates of deposit DUB to otuer National Banks Duo to state Banks and Banners Total State of Olilo, county of Guernsey, S 1.8. J. McMahon, president of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state- ment Is true to tbe best ot my knowledge and belief. S. J. MCMAHON, President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 34th day of December 1890. BUS A Publle, J W. J, M. opjKR, Directors. WM, BLACK, J NOTICE TO mm. Extension of Time for Pay- ment of December Taxes Notice ts hereby given lo the tax-pajcrs Guernsey county, Ohio, Hut the time for re- ceiving taxes has been extended to the 90th o January, vn without penalty. Tils U the only :tcnglon that can be granted as tha Auditor will claim the books at tuat time. JAMEb O. COUPLIN. Treasurer of Guernsey county. Ohio Dec. at. WLmyoBf" TMAOC I DB. AUGUST K4BHIO' Hamburg Breast Tea w BrodHtc) COUGHSjnd COLDS. At Drunto Dwlen, or sent by nail on receipt of 25 cb. (5 pukagoi 11.00) to itunpi. THE CMHLK VMCUUW., MIlMn. M. VERA-CURA DYSPEPSIA AMD ALL STOMACH TROUBLES. At and DoaUri, or by mail on neaptof 36 (5 bora M.09) In Sam- ple Mint free on receipt of 2-cenl ifaunp, WI CHARLES CO., M. Dec 4 'UO-Om .rinlliriro. B... ly .ml qiilcUr itm.d. 1 OvHlro but 
                            

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