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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - April 6, 1876, Cambridge, Ohio A am us Quot Iii i i Arr a l. C. Hashes editor and proprietor. Quot zen title of abridge news we fear that Congress u a a Layla a the Hills of into the hands of the capitalists. A Utt Tii mutes Irno Lite been Iii re. J their playing Over Tho finance ques j or. A. W. Canady onco citizen of j Tiou has proven most disastrous to Cumberland but now of Alla City i Tjie Labouring class As to 1 As Many j Utah sends us two copies of the j who t to years ago were in moderate j Dail v Tribune a published at sail thursday morning. April 6th, 1s70. J circumstances. We want something Lake City both containing statements .l111 a done and that to melting speedily j from old and experienced miners c to be 1ieij. Done. Every congressman should j who Are or have been at. The Black be held responsible the time spent i Hills who say it is entirely a fraud and Jintil Suilo i info 14th,187 it. M Washington and the manner in hundreds Aro already suffering from want. Or. Canada vouches Tor the tips Oratio. Which it was spent. I tie finance in atonal a St. Louis Dune 27ih,ls7fi. Question lies in a Puri find Heap he fat not a Columbus May 17th. 1870. T Ween t he two parties and the to Conn tvs cant Bridge. I i Iii not fixed j ment one party attempts to touch it Jhc other will growl gnash their i to eth and snap furiously As though the Ohio 8.�.e rep Lhnn con a Quot a a mention we a held at Columbua a a a no , wednesday. Been a very t on mention. It is reported to have la re. And a a Enos jul. Honest me. Ton Annm. A a ate so no finance . J Bil that would do much to regain heard from once in Hei Ami col. Milton Barnes was placed at the head of the ticket As Secretary of state. The Confidence of the people and restore Prosperity again if they would As Ozios j of cloak Alk unite or. Barnet a a mail of integrity and 11111 w a Quot Ai forces. But it is a sad fact that my wort or of i to position mid whose i. Are working their party More than they Are the people. Is the difference to you or me whether Congress is or democratic if we receive Benefit Tho Reirin ? it has become a fact that the wheels of Prosperity is popularity will no doubt Saevre him Many demo rant Foi ii. Menu cd Slio ii id give him blk a majority. On first Page is the platform adopted by the convention and by a careful examination will be found to be sound and carefully constructed. If promptly sustains the exposure and punishment of corrupt officials at All times and declares Tomt personal integrity and Fidelity should be required of All officials. I he finance Plank is Hen from sound Timber. Cold d the True based of value but resumption in 1870 is Laid on the shelf where it ought to to. Few bytes have Reso be i otherwise and As soon As Congress Larne the will of truthfulness of what is said. Below we publish one article on the subject. Such was the of conclusions of those who went to the Salt Lake House yesterday to see that $200 Worth of go gtd brought in from the Hills by j. D. Hamlin. The whole amount about a dozen colors was carefully rapped up in a Quarter ounce vial and the real value could not have been More than five cents of currency yet or. Hamlin spent $200 in to consumptive a. The advertiser an Ohl physician retired from Active practice having had placed in his Hamlet but an East India missionary the Lor Midot a simple vegetable remedy the speedy Ami permanent lure of consumption bronchitis Catarrh asthma and All Throat and lung Ai sections also a positive and Radical cure Lor nervous debility and All nervous co mutants alter having thoroughly tested its wonderful curative Powers in thousands of cases feels it his hut to make it known to his us Tueting Lei bowmen. Actuated by this motive and a conscientious desire to relieve human suffering tic will Send 1/rt of chary to All who desire it this reel of. With Lull directions Lor preparing and successfully using a in by return mail by addressing . C. 8tevens, nov. L-�?T7-ly.l Modi e , y. N new advertisements. In and it to run smoothly or stopped entirely by the lever of this is too great a Power to be invested in a political auction firm of speaker amp a horse on the off Hido a Long time and he will not make a Good Leader and vice versa. So it is with a congressman who has been repeatedly re elec cd lie becomes a parly worker and the harness fits in no other shape. But you nov. ,1 or 9ftwa congressman who was not a the people they will repeal that part a a 11 i great Lover of the a a dear a a w i. I fto., yet Thuv soon forget the a dear pc Gen. Ii b hates is endorsed a. I people after they arrive at the Cap Bres Idem of the United states Ami i 1., ,. ,. I a j Itol. Then it stands us in hand to delegates instructed to support him i. Put the be9t men in Othee it we be in National convention. \ 1. J come a prosperous people. We want men of conscience. The fourth of july. It Lias been advised by the Centen / it has been advised by me Yemen a is Dan Ford s time so fully occupied Liniai committee that each county in j or so precious that it is necessary a a. A Lam write political letters on Sab por Sale. \ Good Frame us Klong House on Bine Street. Ainu is Friek House on Spruce Street both Viki ii our. W k. Good Al at. Apr 0 of the several states should appoint Tome one Olio is Well versed in tie history of his county and state to write up the history of said county to be rehearsed before the people at a grand Celebration on the 4th of a Lily in which All persons should participate. A what is every body a business. Is no body a business is a saying too True and if we Alj wait some one to make a move in this direction there will be nothing done. In the first place How arc we to so Bath ? is this characteristic of a congressman his business political letter to to o. Mcgowan was written on sunday March 26th, 1876. It is generally thought in a moral Community that Friendship letter writing o i the Sabbath is a Little stretch of the conscience but what must business letters be considered. Political letters Are still worse. Yet or. D 111-Ford is an honorable Man but we would prefer 10 see the a six Days pvt a historian Tor the occasion Shalt thou Labory More closely and and secondly will he be expected to hered to. A Man mar As Well go in spend considerable of time Noth to his Fields and work or Railroad ing we do not know of a class of j trains run on Sabbath As to transact men who make it a part of their j general business 011 that Day. One is business to a attend to every body Sas commendable As the other business move than newspaper re porters and editors. We therefore feel it obligatory to take it in hand to do part of this work and would suggest a meeting of the citizens of Guernsey county or representatives to meet in convention at the court House. 011 saturday april 22d, at 11 of clock Sharp to transact what business May come before them and appoint a suitable committee of five to make Complete arrangements holding a grand Celebration. Said committee to appoint the historian and speakers providing the convention does not see proper to do that part of the work and to make arrangements to defray Whit expenses May be incurred the legislature should and 110 doubt will provide the collection and publication of the histories of the eighty eight counties of Ohio and the govern ment provide the collection or. Michael f. Moss a respectable and hard working Man who has been living in Cambridge Over a year and employed in crop ing and Coal hauling became deranged ast Friday morning and threatened to kill his wife and family and hang himself. Financial trouble seems to be the cause of his de rang ment. Or. Moss had got behind in i business and found it to pro a cure a House in which to live. He is now without a place to move. Those having houses to rent ask Security the payment of rent which he does not feel Able to give. This has driven him to despair the result of which is insanity which we Hope is Only temporal. Notwithstanding the times Are hard yet we believe the people Are a i ust As honest to Day .13 they were Ril t. R. When Security Good Money five weeks time and any amount of hard labor and Inus Eie in digging out that vast amount of Gold. Like the majority of miners he was carried away by the Placer fever what j ajl the streams of the Black Hills loomed up in his visions like Rivers of Gold and lie was not Content to remain in Utah and dig his Way to sure Fortune in our True fissure and permanent mines. 11c went and the nearer he approached the promised riches the further they to lived away. At Custer he was told the mines wee just the other Sid of the Hills at the other Side he was informed the richest diggings were on dead Wood and at Deadwood they skipped Over to the Yellowstone and the lord Only knows where else. Pcs si3. Lamlin and Sullivan who Are old and experienced Placer miners prospected in the Best reputed localities. Without any further results than finding colors and return firmly convinced that the Black Hills As a Gold country is a bilk of the first water got up Quot he Cheyenne merchants and freighters and parties interested in land and Railroad speculations. Hundreds Are Rushing in daily Only to be disappointed and disgusted with the country and those who put up the big sell. At Cheyenne the hankers Wlms asked in regard to the Gold received by them will show the inquirer their books and in reply to the question a a is that from the Gold Hills a they will invariably reply a it is supposed to have come from the Hills a and thus the delusion is kept up. It is Safe to say there is not a chinaman in Bingham Canyon Placer digging who has not taken out More Gold in the past ten months than has been produced in the entire Black Hills country nor is there a Prospect Hole in any mining District in Utah which will not produce More s Lver and Gold than the boasted placers of the Hills. The merchants of Cheyenne Are doing their level be get to keep up the excitement and so Long As it lasts will reap it Rich Harvest. John air Nan and de. Egan who went out with Hamlin and Sullivan will return to Salt Lake in a few Days. They arc satisfied that Utah is a Good country to stand by audits mines Worth looking after. The Hills fever will soon Abate and when All those who Are Rushing in so rapidly discover the Job which has been put on them by designing and unscrupulous men there will be Long and loud cursing in the land. Zanesville House. A full line of Quot Choice apr inf but terns Alt tirade anti prices. Also rugs Aid Matts matting Oil. Cloths window shades. I am closing out my Larae Stock of Wall papers at greatly reduced prices. Some patterns at us than Cost. A3r Call and he convinced j. A. Filler no. 50. Main St., Zanesville o. Apr. 6-�?T7tt�?4w. Wall paper 5,009 bolts new styles Juki a receive do from something Kite. School books fresh pure and reliable it 5 m 1 k to a c o. Pub Hase dams. Jim jibs 1kb chemicals Alt kids Call and see them at Green amp cons. Cash Book a stationery Stor it i one door West Green amp cons family drug store Lamb judge. It it. Apr. N to to. A Good opening business any person wishing to engage in the dry goods business will do we l to Call on the undersigned. My Stock of goods it. A. Young a co., have just received a Largo invoice of boots amp shoes the sprint , consisting in everything from a Fine Boi toe b89t to i prices lower Tolian Ever. Ladies should not fail to Ca l and examine our Fine Box Tor boots both Button and Side lace which Ean not he excelled. Ladies wishing Fine shoes made to order in any style or description can be accommodated by us. Treats should All buy our great Centennial Boot amp lioes9 which never fails to give satisfaction. I lease give us a Call before purchasing elsewhere. No trouble to show goods and All goods warranted. First i it Oor West of j_0. Me i liar s. _ ap.8-1875 mar.�?�3-1876. Cambridge Ohi Yitty. Ceil ii store 18t6. Perfumery soap Quot sponges paints prices reduced to close Stock. I to years ago when Security a 0 1 pittance was not thought to be asked these volumes 10 he issued a 0,10 he is not the Only one who Lias had to struggle to secure shelter Tor their great record of our heaven favored and great nation. A More Complete interesting and voluminous history could not he found upon the face of the Earth. My countrymen do you not feel Ajust Pride in our country a greatness and glory if so rally to i Mant of their debtors ail would work the front and give one grind Demon May a a a a a family. Hundreds Sare in As bad shape As lie save the loss of mind it is not necessary to Lay too hard a hand on the poor. In fact if the people would Bear with the slowness of out right in tiie end but Many a Good Stratios of your great ulness to your a 1 Gay j Ngn jag been Force 1 into nation and to your nation 6.god.-�? j bankruptcy by creditors pressing to procure a suitable historian will be no Little Job. To Cut this matter bankruptcy by creditors pressing them when a Little More time would set All things right and parties saved from unnecessary loss. That Man whose conscience would let Hin Sacri 1 Short we would say that we know of 110 one who is better versed i i the history of our county who will a it a j Lee the Loi tone a or another just he More particular n Tho correctness cau90 a holds him in his Power Oft lates Ino Denis and Eireumsun-1 y nerd of Liis Worth is a yes and who is bolter qualified forjajjngerou9 a a i unscrupulous Man. It d better to Bear a Little longer than 1 to ruin. We do not mean by Thi 1 that you should hold any considerable sum against another without its being an hour nor a Day but will 11.quite j rna a fiafg4 but we m an those who the tip. Vav. M. Farrar we would recommend him to the favourable consideration of the people. This labor can not be performed in weeks of hard study and constant labor and we ought not to expect any one to perform this labor nothing. However All arrangements can be perfected in and through the committee appointed by the people. Let j it be understood that there will be110 such thing a failure. It Only a few meet on said Day the Tew must j do the work and the people must acknowledge their right. Ate out we Are made perfectly Safe and know it too who would Force payment with no other provocation than tocollec1, or that because it is due. As Long As it is Safe you should rest easy. This loss of Confidence in your fellow men is to a great extent uncalled and unreasonable. Is it possible that every Man is endeavouring to get All he can from every other Man with a View of defrauding them ? not at All. J there has always been Money to loan t11 k state legit cloture is cutting j fun j air Lys been persons to borrow Clown taxes the wrong Way when am tj0 game will he done up to the they compel the Public printing j in j of time and if a Man has in po9-appear in two newspapers of oppo-,1 session the Worth of his Money he site polities in each county instead Nec not be feared. True there Are of one As heretofore. One paper Hasit a Fajg am0ng ii but a Rascal should As Good right to receive this Layor As m f be trusted at any time. A Many a another when of the same to i tics. Jiff sli0ulcl be 90111c guide. The fun officers would become partial when Turc can Only be judged by the past. One paper receives Tho whole Benefit. _ a the Bill says two papers 011c of each a political party. We have seen the the Connecticut election last Mon Tiniuc when four political parties j Day resulted in the re election of were in the Field and All opposite. A Ingersoll Democrat the Republic part of the Bill says two parties j ans gained a number of legislators while another part puts it one in but the congressman is in dispute Vach political party so that it must j the vote is a Republican gain of waiting orders understood ids a the other morning at 2 15, while win Peck conductor of train no. 5. On the Lake Erie division of the Baltimore amp Ohio Railroad was sleeping at the dining Hall of Chicago Ohio col. To. Beck Ley the efficient police and watchman of the company thumped upon his door and the following colloquy ensued Peck a a what do Vou want a Beckley a a it is time to get up. Number 5, will be Here in 30 Peck a a that can to be i number 5 can to get Here a Beckley a with emphasis a it is now 2 15 and she will be Here in just half an hour a Peck a with vehemence a i know better there is no order to that effect and How can she get Here a Beckley thinking that Peck was in an argumentative mood but supposing him to be wide awake., lilt him to attend to other duties hut when 15 of the 30 minutes had expired and no Peck was visible he a went him with an Energy equal to the occasion and the response to his kick at the door was a what do you want now a Beckley a a number 5 will he Here in just 15 minutes and i want you to get peek a a i Tell you that i know better Haven to i railroaded Long enough to understand my business there is no order number 5 and How the d�?1 can she get Here i am waiting orders a Beckley a right up 011 his pins a if you done to get up ill kick the door Peck a on his muscle a kick and be d�?1 you can to kick the door Down you have no orders a after this shot Beckley with an exclamation More emphatic than refined left the Field and just then number 5 came whizzing in. The Funking of the wheels was More effective than would have been an entire Park of artillery and at the significant sound the tired and sleepy conductor whose mind was Loyal to his train but who was also a believer in the supreme infallibility of orders awoke with a Start and with a Haj made toilet rushed Down the stairs just As the triumphant Beckley Sang out a fall he made a bound Tho platform of Tho rear Sleeper As his train left the station turning deliberately around As the car swept Over the Grade he Shook his fist defiantly at Iii Tormentor and exclaimed a Why the d�?1 did no to you Call me a Beckley swears that the next time he attempts to Call a conductor who is a awaiting orders a he shall use a Blunderbuss. Rob Roy. Is Freh Ami Well so better opening in Guernsey or adjoining to Uncle Doinik a Sale and prosperous business and making Money. I announce to the Public that i am closing o u to and will sell goods. Regardless of Cost until the entire Stock is disposed of of car give or a Call. ,3� Niar 0-2m. John s. Oka in Washington. Ohio. Grand opening mrs. A a. Haines Washington Ohio Vav has just returned from the East with a Choice selection of o dry goods hats ail Caps boots and shoes the latest styles of dress goods and the latest colors. Shawls Over 1500. There were four tickets in l he Fiel 1 Republican democratic and Greenback. Be published in As Many papers As there Are parties being advocated in auth papers Are published. A the More the Ohio. A a the municipal elections show a if is reported that the soldiers Jupp Bucan gain. Orphans Home at Xenia has been j a a a bad i v managed during the past two i articles of impeachment against years and officers privileges badly w. W. Belknap was adopted last abased. J list of patents issued to inventors of Ohio the week ending april 1st 1876, and each dated mar. 19th 1876. Furnished this paper by Cox amp Cox solicitor of patents Washington i. O. Ii. Carrington plow Charleston t. Carter Ore separators Niles j. Johnston manufacture of Iron Columbiana w. horse shoes Cincinnati j. Lemmon valves Cope i it. Porter and g. Baker sewing machines Cleveland w. Body funnels Gallion p she Ellenback lock and alarm Hamilton j. Solt chum Lithopolis ii. Waltner water wheel Hamilton i. Born washing machine Dilta a. Ein ecrhoff fruit jars Sandusky a. Gardner guns Toledo c Greenman stove lid Greene w. Haines curtain fixtures West i Middlebury e. Perry and r. Dow a Ling car coupling Newark. Pc w a. O skirts yarns carpets and Oil cloths fancy goods and millinery goods generally. Cassimeris cloths &c., amp a. Ready made clothing amp a. All no actually sold cheap Lor Cash thirty Days from Date. I will allow 5 per cent discount on All Cash Sale that exceed $1 00. Siake bargains in Light Miki dark prints. At 641 cents Choice styles Calico. At 7c. New styles Calico. At 8c, the newest shades of Calico. At 6, 7, 8 and 9 its the Bot value of unbleached muslims Ever offered in Cambridge. At 10c, the heaviest 4-4sheeting Muslin. At 32c the Host Quality 10 4 hic eting Muslin. At a Good Oracle of bleached Muslin. At 9 a a it to Lort an extra Good 4-4 shirting Muslin. At 32 to 47�?T.jets, table linens. At 12>2c, a bargain in Linen towels. At 10c, a Good article of Linen Urah. Specially in ticking. \tl2l 15 is 25 and 32 cent r Gingham Only 10 to. Iroo-1 color napkins at very i. I Van it "5,-1 it 00 and 1.25 extra bargains w Ater roots 8tripe. Mixes. Noj a a Lilau Quot. A a >1 if. 1. 1 a a a a it , .1 1 vat it 50 75 and 85ets it 1�?o ii act if it closing nut a Ltd cheap it. $4.7> 5 00 0. 0. 7 00 8 00 it i 0 and 10.00 Worth a great Deal Mare 11 tin and Hari cd b . 1>2, 15. 17 18%. 2022, 25, 30, 31 and up to 50cts Dresden b a Aniels at reduced . Stocking yarn at Job prices. Blue it i fit 75 cts per Pound mints gotten up on shortest possible notice f i t s g u a r a n t e e d predate them. Gloves Yuag and old men women and children at special prices All qualities neck ties lace handkerchiefs a. Our hat let Epa Tiu it it is Complete Over one Hundred styles men and roys from 50cts to 2 25. Carpets tapestry Brussels 11nej i a lit Quot Rai Quot 4t<,rt4�?~rv,<v65ff75h8vtanil a 00. Window shades lace curtains,.the celebrated Linds at Les it than manufacturer prices Tiec sware 1 glassware. Ton or it 4 1 nieces at $3 50 to 4 50. Full line of glassware at prices to close. Our a in ice w ill not permit us to quote Price on Huta Verv Small portion of our immense Stork it i e dec echa gone Forth that this Stock of Good goods shall he closed out by the 1st Day of March 187h we keep everything that you will find in a Stoe am a he later pattern and styles will he found Hie it has ions since become a proverb in Ai abridge it Flint von want at maj l Var s it Heap Centennial store you won to find it in the count Ink 7in-k o n t Mahdi ii i tire ii Fiill Al Els a cents a dozen will run on any machine. For Only 75 cents a Nice shawl Worth $1 50 j. O. Mcilyar a Centennial Cash store. Opposite first National Bank. Cambridge Ohio. Indi Ana House. Puke a s n Law Sotl liquors of importers and manufacturers. Green amp cons family drug amp prescription store one door West of Eagle House prescriptions compounded Day or night. Residence on door West of store building. Jan.2 -76-tl. X forbid any 07 e to read this article unless they should need something i 7 my l i ii c of 11 u s i n Ess. I am Selling at my Stol Aulffo. 19, Buck Zanesville Ohio made Rejto order from $20 of to of i Al from 15 of to go of. Fine be Ayer Over Coats Twenty five dollars g9gb p4ht8? prices Ercall and Exa Ine my Stock a. W. Hag a be oct. 28- 75-6m. Xifo ii n i t ii e Crew la a Iron roofing. N indebted to the estate of N. Haines deceased will please Call and Settle immediately e. A Faines administer matrix. Oct.21 75�?tf. Sheriffs Sale. In partition. George Grimes it Al. Is. William Whitaker to Gay virtue of an order of Sale in the above Case issued and to me directed from the court of common pleas of Guernsey county Ohio i will offer Sale at the door of the court House in Cambridge Ohio on saturday 22 7 Day of april 1876, at 1 o clock p. M. On said Day Tho following described property to wit the West Side of the West Hall of the South West Quarter of Section Twenty to. 22 in township four 4 and Range two 2containing fifty two acres and being Tho same tract of land formerly owned by George Grimes deceased and More recently occupied by Catharine Grimes deceased. Appraised at $1 250 my. Terms Cash. % in one year and % in two years. Deferred by ments secured by mortgage on premises sold. W. I. Hartley. Sheriff of Guernsey county Ohio. J. M. att plaintiff. Luhr. 21 7s -5w. A Bow i have taken the Agency Guernsey 50., this wonderful invention Call and see this r o o before contracting any other. When you buy a roof get a fire proof roof and one that will last a life time. At about the Cost of a Shimels roof James Marling Cambridge Ohio ubic it of. Chicago amp Noeth Western railway embraces under one management the great Finnk railway lines of the West and Northwest and with us numerous Brant Hes and connections foun the shortest an i quickest route Between Chicago anti All Points in Idi miss Wisconsin. Northern Michigan. Minnesota. Iowa. Nebraska it Alifornia and Tho Western 1 Eri stories. Its California line is the shortest and he to route All Points in North i n i Lou a Nuich a Kii. W online. 4v i Titi in \ Lii. C Oil 1 ii Iii i. Oregon a Liina. A jute to let Austria it it Cir Imago it la it Lis ii a Lii a i the Short line Northern Iscon Siu aim and Lor Madison St. Aul. Minneapolis Duluth and All Points in the great Northwest its Wii Tona and St. Peter line 1 the Only route Winona Latoch it Ter Oivin Toraa Mankato. St Peter new i Ini an All Points in Southern aim Central Minnesota its i Green Bay and Marquette line is the Only line .l.nesvillle, Watertown fond do Laic Oshkosh Appleton Green Bay Escanaba. Be aume. Marquette Houghton and the Lake Superior country its Freeport and Del que Lane 1> the Only route Lor Elgin. ,Freeport and All Points via. Kreep t. Its Chicago and Milwaukee line is the old Lake Shore route and is the one passing through Evanston Lake Forest. Highland Park Waukegan Racine Kenosha to Milwaukee. Pullman Palace cars Are run on All through trains of this Road. Ilii is the Only line running Iliescu cars lie tween Hie ago and is Paul Lii ago and Milwaukee or t Hie ago and Mona. At Omaha our sleepers connect with the Overland sleepers on the Union Pacific rail Road All Points West of the Missouri River. On the arrival of the trains from the East or South the trains of the Chicago so North Western a Uvea leave Chicago As follows Domicil Bluffs Omaha and California two the Ouirt trains daily with Pullman pal act drawing room and sleeping cars through to Council Bluffs. For St. Paul Ami Minneapolis two through trains daily with Pullman Palace cars at to cited on both trains. B of Green Bay and cake Superior two trains daily with Pullman Palace Gars attached and running through to Marquette. For Milwaukee four through trains daily Pullman cats on night trains. Parlor chair cars on Day trains Sparta Winona and Points in Minnesota one through train daily with Pullman sleepers to w Iuo iia. For Debuque. Via Freeport two through trains Pullman oars on nig t train Debuque and la Cho so. Via Clinton two through trains daily with Pullman Carson night train to Mcgregor. Iowa. Eor Sioux t ity and trains daily. Pullman cars to Missouri Valley Junction. For Lake Geneva four trains daily. For Rockford Sterling. Kenosha Janesville and other Points you can Nave from two to ten trains daily. New York office no. 415 Broadway Boston office no 5 state Street Omana office. 258 Farnham Street san Francisco office 12 Montgomery Street Chicago ticket offices 52 Clark Street under Sherman House Corner it anal and Madiso Street Kinzie Street depot Corner w. Kinzie and it anal streets Wells Street depot Corner Wells and Kinzie streets. For rates or information not attainable from your Home ticket agents apply to w. 11. Stan Nett. Marvin Lilg Hitt Gen. . i cart. Feb. 1 -�?T76 11 Balt1 Giorl amp Ohio Railroad co tl31e Calvd. To take effect from dec 26, 1875. Going East. Leave. No. 1. No 5. A 3 sex. Sex. Sex. P P m i Lii ago. 3 u 5 28 3 58 p F. J. Car it. 3 3b 10 30 1 55 Denance. 5 12 11 48 8 16 a Deshler. 6 17 12 39 4 03 Tif Iii. 8 a o 1.16 5 28 no. 7. Chicago june. 9.17 2 .50 2b 8andusky. 7 45 f. 3.-� Mansfield 1 1 20 3 52 9 6 my. Vernon 11 45 4 59 11 3l> a. Ii. Columbus. 11 50 5 40 12.05 p. M. N Newark. 1 10 6 45 1 Flo Zanesville. 2 15 6 35 2 f,5 n or Icli. 2 45 3 30 Tocoi l2 a 2 3.39 it am Bridge. 3 12 7 20 4 .05 Campbell s. 3 30 4 23 Gibson a. 3 7 4 35 Salesville. 3 46 4 4t Quaker 1 ity. 3 5i 4 53 Spencer a. 3 55 7 56 4 57 Amesville. 4 11 8 12 5 15 Itella Iru 5 20 9 10 6 30 going West. Leave no. 2 no. 8 in. 6 sex. Acc c. Lac. A. M. A. M r Bill air. 5 25 8-4b 3 0b Larn Cuvillo 6 12 9 r�6 4 11 sincer s6.28 10 13 4 Quaker a ity. La 18 4 3> Balesville. 10 28 4 35 g i Bou a. 10 32 4 45 11111 j fie11 is. 10 40 4 52 t Cambridge. 7 02 �10 59 5 in t on Cord. 11 18 5.29 Norwich. 11 25 5 36 Zanesville 7 .55 12.00 6 10 p. M. R. M 1 Newark. 8 45 1 cd a 7 0b i Columbus. 9 55 2 40 9 00 arrives it Vernon. 9 45 2 10 8 09 Mansfield 11 55 3 48 9 32 p. M a. M. Sandusky 1 85 6 30 Chicago june 12 00 5 35 Tiffin. 12 46 5 39 12 53 Del scr. 2 .01 8 24 1 03 1 Eti Nee. 2 5b 9 3> 1 55 Garrett. 4.25 6 30 6 30 a. M Chicago 8 30 12 04 9 0b no 5 will Stop Only at barn Orvllle Spencer Cambridge Zanesville and Newark no 8 will Stop Only at Barnesville. Spencer Atu it i it age ii Neville Newark Union Ami in Pataskala. Other ii a o. Passenger trains will Stop at All stations when signalled . Quincy. General manager. We. Franklin. Master of transportation. J. N. Foi Dyce \ gent. Cam Bridge o. Marietta Pittsburg amp Cleveland r. Time table a effect february 21, 1876. Going North. Gideon ryiv1an, proprietor. Cincinnati o. Terms. $1.56 per Day. Most convenient hotel to depots places of amusement Etc. Omnibus leaves the House All through trains. Jug Samaritan Nervine til great nerve conquerer cures epileptic fits. Convulsions 8pasms, it. I us dam e. And All nervous diseases the Only known Posi Tive remedy Lor epileptic fits. It Lias been tested by thousands and has i Ever been known to fail in a sing e Case. Trial package free. Enclose stamp circulars giving evidence of cures address. Do. S. A Kilt ii Mon duo 13- 7i�?ly. Box7l , to to one in ill o you Are respectfully invited when in a Urmit it to Call and examine my Stock of goods. Menus and boys wealth c. F. Lillibridge the tailor no. 102, main St., bet. 5th a6 sts., Zanesville Ohio stations. Express. Acc a. Acc a. Marietta. 9.50 am 2 .30 p m Calil veil. 11.57 a 6 07 a a it. Pleasant. 12.43 pm 7 20 a a Seneca Lane. 12.51 a a u by Seville. 12.57 a a 7 43 a Ambridge. 1,06 a 8.10 a a 4.05 a m it Oldham a a. 1.32 a a 4.21 a Millers 1 41 a a 4 36 a a Kimbolton. 1 55 a a 4 59 a a Birds Bun. 2 10 a a 5.29 Newcomerstown 2 50 a a 6 15 a a Dover. 3 54 a a 8.00 a a going South. Stations. Express. Acc. Acc. Jol it work neatly executed at the news Ollice. Dover. Newcomerstown Birds Kun. Kimbolton. Millers station. Oldham so Cambridge. By Seville. Seneca Lane. Point pleasant Caldwell Marietta. 2,50 p 3.57 a 4.21 a a 4.36 a 4 4� a a 4.58 a a 5.1,6 a 6.36 a a 5 43 a a 5 51 6 30 Quot 8 45 a 5.30 a m 6.04 a a 6 2a a a 7.37 11 to 1< .3&Quot a m 12.45 p m 1.22 Quot 1.56 a 2.21 -2,37 a a Eastern Ohio ka1lkoad to take effect monday. February 21st, 1876 11 45 a m 12 30 p. M12.50 a a .1 30c a a 4 45 p m 6 30 .6 in a a a a. 6 40 t lose connections with All trains on the m., p. Amp c Railroad. W. 11. Amp c. 15. Stevens managers. cum Elaml. Arrive at Point pleasant leave Point pleasant arrive at Cumberland. Leave t embed land. Arrivo at Point pleasant. Leave Point pleasant a drive at cum Fieri and

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