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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - April 6, 1876, Cambridge, Ohio Will receive this week a Large invoice of trunks and travelling ii Vos-0. F. Maris amp Corse Cambridge news j. P. Mahaffey local editor c ten parly Given by the ladies of the presbyterian Church at town Hall thursday evening april Lith 76. Call for a Contention county Celebration the 4th of july. It is deemed advisable that the elections. The township election held in Cani a counterfeit $5 note on the merchants National rank of Redford press Call a convention of the Titi by. Bridge on last monday passed off mass., is now being passed around very quietly with the following re it of Al thursday morning april Gill i Sto 3jr. Andrew , of Liberty Zens of Guernsey county to be held i local and miscellaneous. This paper is on file with a where advertising col tracts can to made. Easter eggs will soon be in de Mand. Butt Kun butter butter the Bulter who a got started last wednesday for Philadel Plizia to Lay Iii his Stock of Spring and on summer Good. At Hie court House in Cambridge w k have a big lot of desirable a a. A a a Ai Poso of considering paper collars which we bought at a. _ bargain Ami will give our customer the Benefit of it. C. F. A co. Saturday april 22od, at la of clock a. M., Sharp for the Pur the manner in which the Centennial of our great nation shall be celebrated on july i a 1876. All Are invited to take seats in Spring style silk at the hat 11 nose. Hat now ready it is reported that several cases of the convention Small pox have made their appearance at Roseville my Kingpin county one death Lias already occurred or. Martin Moore Aud lady of Topeka Kansas who have been visiting Cambridge during the wee in returned to their Home last week. Last saturday was a Busy Day in Cambridge moving. The a Bill at Barnesville last year com $ 1,483 57. The assortment of ladies 1 ies at Marisa is astonishing. Irk hoc breeches come Iii fashion the biggest calf will look Best. There were 12 5 names registered at the Eagle hotel Hist week. Call at the news office for your posters horse Bills Sale Bills Etc. The coloured people of Bellaire have organized a literary society. The Tea party thursday evening april 13th, will be decidedly unique. The Mcintire cadets a military company of Zanesville Hayed disbanded. Geo. West of Campbells station this county has taken the contract by carrying the mail from that place to Caldwell at a salary of $537 a year. Scarlet fever still rages in and around Newark especially among tile children there Lias also one Case of Small pox put in an appearance. The Argus says that a mrs Lobar Gor of Newcomerstown who a we Are sorry to learn of the assignment of or. F. Rea of Washington o. Which was made last Friday. Or. Rea has been a tobacco dealer of that place for a number of years having past purchased and packed the main crop Tor Over ten Miles around paying Liberal prices and Selling at Market value from which it uppers he has lost j much the past three years. He Pur chased a fair Stock this year but the i pressure was too much and he was i compelled to succumb to the demands i made upon him. He bought no doubt hoping a to find the Money whore he had lost his failure 1 fill 18 most heavily upon the Labouring class and upon men who make tobacco their main crop and with whom we sincerely sympathize. Our Persona knowledge of or. Rea induces trustees. W a right a. 1st, 2d, so Moses Sarchet. 182 Isi 162 a Joseph Brown. 210 16s 170 Duvis frazier.2uj i to 2 173 William Yvo Oten Colo redi. To 25 clerk. Edward Bell. 112 148 it. V. Riddle Independent 107 60 65 treasurer. Stephen 5 140 Isi Benj. 1 Hompson id. 83 34 66 assessor fax. Albright. 83 58 60 Samuel Bai Ber id. 142 of 81 Daniel Downar Imil. 22 20 61 constables. Isaac k. Adamson. 392 136 165 John Thomson us is 90 Jain Marling id. 62 68 81 the following supervisors were last week months. Tho first time for five been sick Tor sometime spoke aloud us to say that we believe he Purchas again this year in Good Faith and with no intentions to defraud any Man. As a physician he has a Good reputation and probably will follow his profession hereafter with undivided attention. A tramp who was refused lodging lately at the residence of or. Little of flocking went to the barn and Cut the Throat of one of his valuable horses. The following marriage licenses have been granted during the past week Mathew e. Helms and Nan elected James Cia Grove Joseph Black Washington Milliner Jas. D. Taylor Gotleib Urban Thomas Lepage a. Ii. Tingle j. La. Britton James Stewart i. T. Bichard Andrew Mcnary and John Ambler. To it to it at in election Mayou. Ross w. Anderson. Clerk. Edward licit. Lunet v. Riddle Independent. Treasurer. Stephen Potts. In a a 11j. Thompson Independent. Marshal. Isaac e. Adamson. John Thompson Independent. Councilmen. Wit Iam a. Rainey. John e. San key. Samuel Hunters William Ogier Independent. I pm it buy trustee. Samuel Mccu Hev. The Circle. Look out. 264 202 a Bright ribbon bows again appear by Franks goo. Ii. Ford and Nancy among the braids Aud puffs of the l. Baird hair. Newark is talking Street railway and has a Faro Bank but still is rest less. I photo fever prevails to considerable extent in the country about Bellaire. The Cambridge fire department will give a Public Parade on the 4th of july. All pc old time styles will be seen at the lady Washington a Lea party. April 13th. A new boart of managers i now superintending the soldiers or Phanos dome. The ladies of Caid Well have organized a a sewing circles a or perhaps a gossiping party. During the past week Largo flock of wild pigeons have been noticed living northward. The Farmers of Muski Ngum county Are loosing a great number of sheep by a disease unknown. One Man in the neighbourhood of Fultonham has lost As High of Birty. Mayor , of Xenia a been absent from Home since the 23d of february and nothing can be heard As to his whereabouts. Wonder it its a Case of kidnapping the Belmont chronicle says that an Effort is being made to secure the Pardon of Kobe. Gardner who was j it agents of the different lines of rail convicted of a on at a recent term of the court Iii that county. At a meeting of the Cambridge fire department on it id a evening last the following code of Laws were adopted to regulate the signals for calling the different companies 1st, fire alarm continued taps of the Bell 2d, department meeting six taps with intervals of one minute repeated three times 3d, engine company five taps with intervals of one minute repeated three times 4th, Eagle Hose four taps with intervals of one minute repeated Throe times 5th, Home Hose three times with interval of one Xii i to ii re repeated three times 6h, Hook amp ladder two taps with intervals of one minute repeated three times. At a meeting of the general tick miss. Jos. Morton of Cambridge Aud mrs. Sail in Cogill of Fairview left this place last tuesday. To see their neice miss Milliner who is lying very Low at Arlington ills. Ways in the Western and Southern states held at Cincinnati recently. It was agreed that a request should be made of the managers of the roads leading to Philadelphia that the excursion ticket they Issue shall he Good for sixty Days and i hat they Al school Board election. Rev. W. Ii. My Earl nil. Joint n font into. Iii ram Skinner. J a mob Creswell id. 213 52 10 urn 24 j 13 17 259 Ith 17 109 106 five thousand dollars in Silver were received at Washington last saturday from san Francisco a move is being made in some parts of the country to have the history of the United states introduced and studied Iii every school. Those who Are interested in the education of the youth Are beginning to see the need of this and Are recommending a suitable Book to be thus used. J. C. Lii death professor of Belles Lettres and history Iii Indiana Asbury University a with great care and labor produced just such a Book As is needed for this purpose. It is got i in up Iii excellent style Well bound and illustrated with Beautiful maps charts and engravings and is highly recommended by the Best educators of our land. The charts alone Are said by some to be Worth almost the Price of the Book. Or. Sam. Stewart is the agent for this excellent work who will Call on our people and let them examine for themselves. Hardware Zanesville. A to done to forget that the cheapest Good in the county arc found at j. S. Craig a Washington. Rev. Hollingshead preached two excellent Serin us at the m. E. Church on last Sabbath. So i Quot ii tickets for children at Hall we acknowledge the receipt of a j the excursion rates. Ellis is a Wise suggestion Aud we have no doubt but it will meet the views of All parties contemplating a visit to the exhibition. The Zanesville roofing tile company. Hav resumed operations after a suspension of thirty Days. The candidates for sheriff in Belmont county Are about a numerous As they were in till county. Maple molasses cells Ai $1.50 per gallon Iii Woodsfield a spirit. Done to sell at All Here. A fire occurred in Steubenville need pin of about $10,000 last week and destroyed property to Tim Amouli neat Little Magazine entitled the composing stick devoted to the in Terest of printers published by ii. Ii. Thropp amp co., Cleveland Ohio. There is said to be a suit pending in the courts a Indianapolis for damages against the in a o. Railroad company for Tor the neglect of a shipment of a Quantity of Grain. Belmont county bids fair to rival Guernsey Iii the number of candidates for she Iff. Several ii Ive already expressed themselves willing to serve i he people Iii that capacity. Something new in the Way of Wail paper Book stationery &c., can now he seen at la. Green amp cons Doub advertisement this week spoil self. I Mac Mccollums eq., of Centre township of whom we spoke a few weeks ago of receiving a stroke of p iral Sis died on last Sabbath evening at the age of about 75 year. He was an old resident Guernsey county highly respected and a Lover o ail that is Good and Light. Ile raised a Large and respectable family the most of whom arc still living. Or. Mccollums had a Large Circle of friends who gave testimony of their sympathy in attending the funeral. Township elections. The following is the result of the township elections held in this county As tar As heard rom tip to the time of going to press Adams. Trustees win. Blair a James Cowden it Samuel Leech a clerk win. Culbertson i it treasurer John Calhoun. I assessor Smiley Atchison it constables Joseph of Ell Afley. It j. L Forsythe it Justice of Tho peace John borrows i. Monroe. Trustees John Snyder a Daniel Gramiger d Jjohn Coats a clerk win. Knowles ii treasurer win. Meredith a assessor. Win. Dix on i constables James Lytle d Anion Shannon i Justice of the peace. Win. Whitaker i. W. S. Brashear was Nota Cand oath yet Many voted for him. Millwood. The following Republican ticket was elected in Millwood township trustees Thomas Mendenhall Jos. Hartley and Silas Webster clerk j. A. Mcewen treasurer Isaac w. Hall assessor it. L. Spencer Constable Wilson Hayes. Quaker City corporation. Mayor j. In Lydick clerk j. A. Mcewen treasurer i. A. Hall solicitor a. In Fisher marshal w. Ii. A hey councilmen w. Ii. Hartley it. Garber and j. W. Wolfe cemetery i a tee. C. C. Heaney. Liberty. Trustees win. Forsythe. Win. Ralston and j tines Gibson clerk. John bumb Gardner treasurer Andrew led i in i it assessor win. T. Bay constables James Berry and win. Mckinin justices of the peace Sami. Luce Oak and Ebenezer Porter. K nox. Close of school the school in District no. 2, Knox township closed on thursday the 245 j 30th inst. The House was Well filled with persons who came to witness the exercises. Every thing passed off very creditably to both teacher and scholars. A sumptuous dinner was prepared by the scholars and an excellent treat by the teacher of which we partook with a very Good relish. Afternoon some time was spent in hearing addresses from directors and others present in which they spoke in ver it High terms of or. Barr As a teacher. This being his second term he leaves with the respects of All As was shown when he carried with him two Fine Large Oak is which gave evidence of the Good taste of the persons who prepared them one of which was presented Iii behalf of the Small scholars and the other of the Young ladies of the District Iii Token of their respect for him As a teacher. Two bibles were presented by the teacher As a rewards of Merit a Iii the spelling class. We All left feeling that it was Good for us to be there. Dix i. Square Mead screw heats �?10 a Bridges lint Les and general purpose 7 x 8, 9, to 12, 14, 16. Is 20 and 24 inches f. E Fillmore amp cd. A Boce kept Iii Stock. Other sizes to order on Short notice. Wanted. A first class life insurance company is desirous of securing the services of a Good business Man. As their agent Iii ii Ernest county. No previous experiences necessary. No difference in what part of the county he May reside. None but a Man Well Aud favourably known need apply. With such a Man a Liberal arrangement will be made on salary or commission. For further particulars address Cimias. Ii. Moore lock Box 144, Columbus o. Mar. 23,1876 4w. Tile establishment. Their new the Independent says Flint judge James in Lush i James Hutchison it sement this week Speaks for Tingle of this place is visiting qua i John Glenn it clerk. Win. Roods it i now reported that Barnesville is competing with Bellaire for the tobacco inspection warehouse. Jonathan Little of Washington died last saturday evening and was i Igried on sunday afternoon. Miss Della Lowery Ami mis Salt Garr of Senecaville Are visiting i a friends Iii Cambridge this week. What does a Young fellow look like when Gallantine his Sweet heart Chough a Shower a a Rainbeau. A elderly gentleman named John Bear Doire of Mons county died last week at the age of 92 years. Come Allye old and Young and take Tea a till lady and George Ker City mrs t. Johnson and a or _ daughter Are visiting viagra Falls i e Vav ooh daughter Ofa. ,. T Isaac Webster of thai place had an Aiex. Wood formerly of tin n. _ a. J other stroke of Paral a is Frank Mccornick had been elected i evident to who has been visiting friends Iii Cambridge and Fairview started tor1 her Home at Lodi Wisconsin last tuesday. Madison sick to of this place who visited the Western country a few weeks ago purchased a farm in Guthrie county Iowa. And will move with his family to that place next a correspondent i tile Quaker City Independent writing from Oxford township says that Samuel coals lifted a sack of Corn with his tee i ii weighing one Hundred Aud six a teen pounds a guano called a Ridge a situated of the Somerton Bank t. Johnson has a new clock and that last saturday was a fall fools Rev. J. Ii. Conkle who has been pastor of the m. E. Church at this place for the past three years left last week for his new appointment at Wellsville j. Rev. Conkle was an earliest worker a Good pastor a Christian and a worthy citizen and made Many friends during his stay in Cambridge. We wish him and his pleas int family a Long life of Prosperity and usefulness. The Steubenville Gazette seems to Advance the idea that Guernsey Conn Washington thursday evening april Jin Noble county ships All us produce j to Nee 1�?Tnt trouble herself about the 13th. Miss Dailey Upham daughter of the late judge Upham of Canton is visiting miss Della gooder of this place. Or. F. Rea of Washington made an assignment last week to Esq. Pat Ter sen and or. Lenry of Washington. A new billiard Hall is soon to be opened by dem is Tracy in the room to an agent in Cincinnati. The reason assigned is that they always get the highest Price when disposed of in this Way. We notice in the Zanesville signal that John m. Richardson formerly of this place will travel with Cooper Bailey amp j of circus this season and has already started for St. Louis to join Tho company. The closing out Sale of the Fine production of a democratic candidate for congressional honors. Does the Gazette suppose that Jefferson county is the Only place that can produce a Man with sufficient intellectual abilities to serve the people in that position ? lately occupied by win. Smith As a Stock of goods belonging to j. S. Grocery. The 13 original stator will be represented at the Centennial Tea party at the town Hall thursday evening april 13th. What has become of the a Vena leu n we were to have in Cambridge. Gone with the Glass and Gas works we suppose. Rev. Buchanan president of the Putnam female Seminary died very suddenly last week. Ile was Only sick one Day. There is talk of a female base Ball a club being organized in the City of Wheeling. What a glorious record Ali Cir a will be. Craig deceased of Washington has begun Iii Good Earnest and every Hod is securing bargains now is the time to buy Low. There seems to be some dissatisfaction existing throughout the Rural districts in regard to the matter of the governor showing partiality towards Columbus in his appointment to All lucrative positions. At a meeting of the woman a foreign missionary society for Zanesville District held at that City last was shown that contributions to the amount of $537.00. Had been paid in during the past year. Or. E. T. Purdum late the Purdum House Washington Wmk. Proceeds Ortho exhibition held has a a 1 a be. A a else it of to. At a Iddle Lown this county a few j Pace it will Caln Mence business Davs since netted the sum of about i thirty dollars. We had the our old Friend Bro Cooley of the i the comb Ridge singers Noble comit y Republican on oui j will give one of their entertainments . To last week. J Fairview this county on saturday a Man named Nestor who was employed at the Glasgow Furnace near port Washington was found dead in a Field near that place last week. It is said that he imbibed too freely in that which is intended to give warm til to the body but in this instance it had an opposite effect and produced death. Or. J. A. Forsythe who was formerly one of the editors of the Cambridge left ermonian but now associate editor of the Zanesville signal moved his family to Zanesville last week. Or. Forsythe and his family were Good citizens and will be missed Iii this Community. It treasurer Lames Young i As Sessor James Sawyer i. Constables win. Gillespie it Hiram Eaton i Justice of the peace John Hawthorne d. Madison. Trustees j. L. Wick Jon ship Man and Andrew Cunningham clerk Jacob s Hixson treasurer Vav. C. Dugan assessor win. Stewart Constable be i it Cook and Thomas Gib Justice of the peace Simeon Brown. Oxford. Trustees Thomas Gracy a Dias. Penrose it win. Berry i clerk in. F. Morton it treasurer w c. It by Der it assessor John Wells a constables Allen Biggs it Peter Belld Justice of the peace Newell Ken icon i. Valley. The following Democrat ticket was Ceu Terv Ile. Roads almost impassable. M i its Mattie Mhz of this place received a Jotter a i on her brother in Columbus stating that two of in family had died of Small pox. Ii. Feaster has bought Hie lot formerly owned by Andy Hill. Alex Mccollum bail three sheep killed by dogs last week. Or Jai. Beggs or. Received serious injury from being kicked by a Colt Joseph tranks received a serious wrench in the Back while loading a sled with Wood Rev Huddleston has been appointed to fill the Al. E pulpit of this place made vacant by the removal of the Rev. J. I Fritt school boy. Monroe. Del at his residence in Jefferson township alter a lingering illness or. Loon Maharov. Or. Maharry leases a wife and a Large ,veral of whom Are grown to mourn his loss. Ile was a member it the in in Church Aud was a Good citizen. James Patterson moves with his family to the \ Vicinity of Freeport Stacy la. Taylor near themas Mills and .1 no lit in Ami Lamila have lilt to seek a Home in Iowa or n i Hruska. Reese t Yohei is has conic with his family from Michigan Huck to Obi Guernsey. A. , la Kenny and a. Pro Les have gone Olow a James Ford to Illinois j. Ii Liney to Michigan a. A Yankee Dom the North r. Buying Milch cow., Lor daily Purl uses. Paying much better prices than last \ a i ogs Are engaged for the Early summer Market at $7. Per bundled. James Spear teaches a 3 months Teim in tint Mccleary school Hou get this opting. Max. Or it a ii v Politi s. Craig. Or. John s. Craig was born in Washington Ohio on october 2d. I�41, and departed this ufos March 20th. Bostc at the age of 34 years. 4 months and 18 Days. Ile was Lite eighth child of a Purily of thirteen children All of whom peacefully and hopefully died excepting two who Are yet living. Or. Craig was a Man of much Honor and integrity period pliable and holiest in All ins dealings with the world. He had been a member it the m. E. Church for a number of j ears under the influence of which la Inch. And pious parents All the children bad been raised. In january 1 75 he contracted a severe cold which settled on his Longs Dom which he suf in r d More or less up to the hour of his death. Ile bore his sufferings without complaint and within three or Lour months of his death gave up All Hopes of recovery and became perfectly resigned to die. His conversation with his wife elected ill Valier township True i Kotlier was most cheer til and consoling r r in under such circumstances. Ile expressed a de fire to live for his two children and companion and stated that they had Only in fact com ices Jesse Johnston win. Spaid and Noah Treitner clerk m. L. Spaid treasure John Vav. Spaid assessor John Seerest constables George in Spaid and James Conner. Richland. Trustees James in Kinney John it. Finley and Noah a. Emerson clerk George m. Yarnell treasurer Daniel Kaho assessor John d. Meek constables Alex. Lane and i. L. Dilley Justice of the peace Israel a Ney Man Aud Fred e. Udell. Washington. Trustees Thomas Kingsberry Jos. Hollingsworth clerk o. S. B. Grimsley treasurer Jesse e. Reed assessor Samuel cunning Ham Constable Samuel Thomas. Immediately. Or. Purdum is an excellent landlord and will keep a Good f i�?T00 a times mock one door East of pleasure of meeting hotel. Nest a flow Wlms Vii pail rot Dipo or. Ii in Larrick of Hartford this county started last tuesday for Nebraska to grow up with Tho country is a Good school j one door East of j. O. Teacher and a number one fellow j j ii Mchenry jeweler to the Post Michael Seerest of the same place office room Geo n. Meredith boots business changes. We. Smith grocer moves to the Taylor Block next door to the Post office Troette amp Garvin furniture store goes to tile room formerly occupied by James Nelson j. F. Salmon jeweler to the new Storo room a Ellyard a goes to Iowa on a visit. We. Smith the grocer will be found hereafter in the haul Ware Post office where you can get Choice groceries of All kinds cheap for Cash. Done to forget that he has removed from the Corner to times Block. And shoes to the Shaffner Block Levi Hirsh Berg starts a Branch clothing store at Washington. A Man named Pillion of Monroe county has spent four Long years in fenced Hie with ii Bright future before them. But As it so cities so lie the will of the lord that he be called away he could say a the will of the fiord be done. Not mine he would leave Bis most precious earthly treasures his Wile and children to the care four heavenly father. Ile was willing to die and it expressed no fears lit the approach of death but met and faced it with great calmness. In his dying moments and in his expiring breath he faintly. But distinctly said. I Sec my fading Savior precious Jesus peacefully and calmly he fell asleep Iii the arms of Jesus who was tossup port while pissing through Tho Valley and Shadow of he has crossed tile River Ile is on the other Shore rejoicing with friends gone before lie is waiting and watch ing for dear ones left behind. Ile was Laid to rest in the Washington cemetery on the following thursday witnessed by a very huge number of sympathizing friends assignees Sale of real estate on thursday april 13th, 1876. Twill offer at Public Sale on the premises adjoining Cambridge Hie Lofland Homestead containing acres. On which is one Brick dwelling House one f ame ditto. Barn Large Frame stable and other out buildings. Also a Green House. 00x30. With Furnace. Boiler piping sic. In Complete order of n t sold entire at the appraised value this property will be offered in separate parcels of from one to two acres each. Appraised at $8,500. Terms a one half Cash balance in two payments at one and two years with interest. Sale to commence at i of clock film for particulars impure of in. Farrar Assignee in-4w. Cambridge Ohio. Teachers examination the Guernsey county Hoard of 1 meet for the examination of teachers As trying to perfect a steam engine and i follow in Cambridge on the first saturday of each month in Washington in the third saturday of it i september. October. March. April and May. Robert Mcfadden a very respect i april 8th, for the Benefit of the a. Able citizens of Harrison county died i m. E. Church. Their singing is Church who wore to hold their Tea has measurably succeeded at last. Ile is just Iii time for a Haw Railroad is i about t0 be constructed in that coun i he ladies of the presbyterian Tilix k. 4l to i on the 15th ult of typhoid Feyer at Good and those who go to hear them j party on the evenings of the 6. Aud 7. The age of 63 y ears. Will be Well entertained. Postponed it one week water. Ruches and Linen collars 5 cents Eadi at Marisa. Will begin promptly at 9 examinations of clock a m. Satisfactory vouchers of moral character will be required in All cases. Examinations will be held with closed doors John Mcburney. s a . »�p-15�?jan.7 874 of. Examine s. Square head screw Holts % x 6, 7, 8, 9, to 12. 14, 16, is and 20 inches. E. E Fillmore amp co will furnish All other lengths to order on Short notice. Square head screw Holts % x 2, 2 4, 3, 3 a 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and to inches. E. E. Fillmore amp co. Bolts. I 1 a 1>4, 1% and 1>�. To order any length. Square head screw Holts 7-16 x 3, 3�?Ta, 4, 4x4, 5 and 6 inches. E. E. Fillmore amp co Philadelphia Carriage bolts from 3-16 x i Inch to % x 6 inches. Ayers hair vigor for restoring to Gray hair its natural vitality and color. A dressing which is at once agreeable healthy a n <1 effectual foe preserving the hair. It soon restores faded or Gray hair to its original color with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened falling hair checked anti baldness often though not always cured by its use. Nothing can restore tin hair where the follicles Are destroyed or the glands atrophied and decayed but such As remain eau to saved by this application and stimulated into activity so that a new growth of hair is produced. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty Sedi intent it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning Gray or falling off anti consequently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it gives to till Scalp arrests and prevents tile formation of Dandruff which is often so Uncleanly and offensive. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and injurious to Tho hair the vigor can Only Benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a hair dressing nothing else can he found so desirable. Containing neither Oil nor Dye it does not soil White Cambric and yet lasts Long on Tim hair giving it a Rich Glossy Lustre and a grateful perfume. Prepared by or. J. C. Ayer amp co. Practical and analytical chemists Lowell mass. Bargains. Bargains at Tith Rcd Corner fall and Winter dry goods and clothing Buffalo boots amp shoes. Hats and Caps glassware Queens Are groceries the largest Assort cat of cow is Kep by an j House in Jam brides. Wlliam Raineyl it a Alev Sti id t. To a a Niv Rew by Rohme. Agricultural implements Iron in ails pumps Sash and Glass ac., &�,., amp a. Builders hardware a specially kor Uson Aku j. Amp c. Fisch a pianos and malty oth-1 r a it n i it t a it n v a it to r a a r Good pianos can be Semi at a us Munso is music store of and Are for Sale at the lowest prices a us on the easiest terms either _. For Cah or on monthly or quarterly payments. Send for catalogues and i i i of it Jpn pm Price list free to any acid res. I it Rug gust main Street Square head screw Holts \ x 1%. 2, 2%, 3, and 4 inches. E. F Fillmore amp co Bolt As Small As 3-16 and 4 Niche furnished to order. Holt hods ii i 1 4, i. I and 1% inches. E. E. Fillmore amp co. These Are Cut with heavy deep thread and full size nut. Are much cheaper than can be made Iii Small quantities. Rne thgus1nd tiros of floor ii cloth. E. E. Fillmore amp co. These cloths Are Iii four grades Light medium heavy and extra heavy in 4-4, 5-4. 5-4 Aud 8-4 widths. Mar-i6-�?T78-tf. Steinway and Knabe pianos acknowledged to be the leading first class pianos in Tho world and Are every to Here spoken of As the v v a ill ill Leeke y v Vaal l e by Vav a l l i. L Lee y y Vav a a a l l l l e y Vaa Lull eee be try y egg gg., eee Elk m m ii e m m Mvi 4 eee m m m v g go e m m Xvi go egg be eee 31 31 31 pianos the Best pianos in the Market at a medium Price. Haines Bros. Pianos cd a h. D Munson amp sons and retail Dea amp Hamlin and Estey organs wholesale and retail Deairs in the above pianos and Mason Zanesville o. Oct 14 . 23 76 grangers Mumm so i Etc. Incorporate under the taws of Ohio by grangers and Lor our Benefit alone. The society a charter is perpetual. This mention is made to meet objections of Feied by Many of our order who still believe there is a probability of die i of ii. Becoming extinct Aud any ins i Tut Ion connected with it would meet a Uke late solicitors wanted in every Grange in the United states address the Secretary for Cor till catch of incorporation. By Laws Etc same a Stew Asp Uresy to. W. Mel Sec y. A. Al. Gregg Gene a manager is mar 3 -�?T76�?ti. Kenton of specimen Cut from James vises hoi Al guide 25 cents per year address Rochester n. Y. Sheriffs Sale by virtue of an order of Sale issued irom Tho court of common plea of Guernsey county, my directed in cause wherein Johnson is Maple Are plaintiffs and Simon Dolan it a1, arc defendants. I will Oiler at Public Sale at the door of the court House in Cambridge Ohio Oil saturday april 8th, 1876, at i of clock p. On said Day. The following described real estate to wit fit teen 15 feet off the East Side of in lot number one 41 i in the town of Cambridge Ohio subject to a j right of Way upon and along die West Side thereof. I appraised at 450 w. Terms Cash on Day of Sale. W. P. Hartley sheriff of Guernsey county Ohio. J. Brandi kid atty Fin puffs. Mar. I 5w. Errors of youth. A gentleman who suffered for years from a nervous debility premature decay Ami All the effects of Youthful indiscretion will for the Sake of suffering humanity Send free to All who need it the recipe and direction to. Making the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to moult by the advertisers. Sex Pori i be can do so by addressing in perfect Confidence. A John b. Ogden 42 Cedar St. New y re dec. 15-"75 06m Choice Flower amp Garden seeds strawberries and peaches. New sorts by mail. Plants of the newest rend finest improved sorts care fall packed Ami pre Pard by a l my collection of strawberries to re the first Premium for the be to co b Elion at the great show of the horticultural society. In Boston lat season f grow nearly 1 a varieties the mod Complete collect Ion in the country including All the new. Large american and imported kinds. Priced descriptive catalogue Gratis by mail. Also. Bulbs. Fruit Trees. Roses evergreens. 25 packets Flower or Garden seeds $100 by a l. Q is the True Cape cod Cranberry Best a a sort for Upland. Lowland or Garden c by mail pre paid. $1 per Hundred. $5 _ 1 per . Wholesale catalogue to the Trade agents wanted. B. I. Watson of Colony nurseries Anil seed warehouse Plymouth mass. Established 1842. Fed 24. Washington Ohio keeps constantly on hand a Well selected Stock a of fresh drugs Wall paper medicines chemicals paints. Oils jul rushes soaps Carbon ii perfumery sell oui books Patent Medicine plastic trusses and trusses of All kinds. Aldebol Pine wines and liquor for Ici Nal purposes. Itzy simians prescriptions carefully compounded at All hours. Oct-2 a tip Arar. 1�?T75-tf to consumptive the advertiser having been permanently i cured of that dread disease. Consumption by a i simple remedy is anxious to make known to his in Low sufferers the Means of cure. To All a o desire it. In will Send a copy of the p e 1 script Ion of charge with the direr i turns Tor preparing and using the same. Which i will find a cure for consumption ast hmm. Bronchitis Rte. Parties wishing the prescription will please address Rev e a Wilbon. 19 Penn St. York. Dec. La 75 6m. A Chance for a bargain i the subscriber desires to Rell his proper to the Village of Liberty Guernsey comity of a find new dwelling House and out buildings in a Central part of the Tov a Good location for business also another go two Story Inoue not quite unified to would make both a dwelling and Luisier in use situated in a pleasant part of town. Al Twenty door acres of Good Lait with a Young or haul of Isi Dee this in i so located that it May he Laid out in town in and is Well watered now is your Chance. Jan.2f.tf. W c. S03ieps. Kind Iron. O. Come to the new a Offiel for your Job woe

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