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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - August 2, 1877, Cambridge, Ohio Mom a ail rib me Cambridge news dem0crat,c stare convention. A a a i the ticket put in nomination last l. A Haines. Editor and manager. Titi Rishiy morning a. Sod 1877. Removal of the new s office. Ave have removed the n from the first National Bank Block to the Corner of main and East Market streets lacing the Public Square. Aud Over the room formerly occupied by the Orme hardware co., own and by i. James Davis. We now have As pleasant an office asian to found in the City and a much pleasanter place to receive the visits of ladies. Subscribers and those who wish to do business with us eau find us More easily than before. Look for the sign of the a Cambridge every body come and see politics. A great majority of votes place much stress upon party intact some seem to live Only to breath a political atmosphere. Ave have nothing of disparagement to say of political parties. They Are necessary for the very existence of our government. But we do object to the principle of voting for party Light or wrong. A a in la vote the ticket of my a to if the Devil is nominated is a sentiment often expressed and a very dangerous position to assume. Such voters we Call extremists and they Are every where among us. Such voters would or their party spirit run away with their better judgment. Would it not be More like the acts of sensible men to vote for principle instead of party Goodmen generally represent Good principles hence it is necessary to place such upon our tickets. The Best men arc not always nominated for the fact that he May not carry a strict party vote hence availability is taken into consideration. A candidate must have a color of morality that the moral element May be secured he must drink a Little wine for the stomachs Sake that lie May he Able to catch the whisky vote he most love the native Horn citizen to capture his vote he must kiss the coloured allies to get the coloured vote his wife must be a Catholic and he a protestant to harmonize the Church elements infant he must be All things to All men that he May win the popular vote. Paul became All things to All men that he might win souls to Christ. The politician acts in the same manner hut of quite a different spirit for he wants to win votes for himself and not for another. Ave do not know the real principles of a Man for whom we vote on a ticket for a general election week by the state democratic convention is considered rat her a Strong one. Or. It m. Bishop of Cincinnati the nominee Tor governor is a Man of excellent character Saint whom no evil ran scarcely be spoken. He is a millionaire merchant of great popularity Iii Cincinnati. He is no speaker and eau not throw much tire into the Campaign but is a kind of Bine jeans Williams and has a sound mind an honest heart Aud excellent morals. About All that is said against him that is Cal Pul bed to injure he race for governorship is that of one time he was a know nothing of that i ail that can he brought against the Man they certainly have a Wise selection. We want a Good sober capable and honest executory of state let him he of either party. Ave sincerely desire As Wise to selection at Cleveland this week at the Republican convention. There is hut one Man on tile democratic ticket whith whom we Are personally acquainted and to whom the people Are not strangers. Or. O. J. Burns late of this county now of Belmont was nominated for school commissioner. That or. Burns is fully competent Encl get in and efficient would he As Little As we could saw being a Man of Good morals and sober habits he adds much to the strength of Hie ticket. The platform is not lengthy nor very different from that of years ago Only the Greenback does not stand out in such bold Relief As then. The Money Plank is conciliatory to the financial War elements and is so constructed As to be not seriously objectionable to any one excepting it demands Hie unconditional repeal of the lie sumption aet. Although they endorse the Southern policy of president Hayes they dispute the title of Hie president to his office. The a a democratic Ding Dong about the result of the presidential election is a noise that the worst of demagogues should become ashamed of. They denounce the Ohio registration Law passed last session As a a discriminating unjustly against the poorer class a Hie Force of which we Are unable to see. It discriminates Between no one or no class Hilt place j is All on an Equality. That it will he sonic what burdensome and expensive we do not pretend to deny but a trial will develop its Worth to the people. Light wanted j editor news a in a communication signed a a Union Iii your last Issue it is intimated that the committee charged with arranging the programme for the Sabbath school convention at Cumberland was influenced by personal and sectarian motives in the selection of persons to take prominent part. Iii that meeting. It has occurred to me that the insinuations of your correspondent May be very unjust toward the committee As i cannot conceive that persons entrusted with so delicate a duty would so far forget the Courtesy due to All denominations in the county As to ignore any or to give an unfair proportion to the denominations represented in the committee. I dislike insinuations and if there is any just ground for those contained in unions article let the writer state All the facts giving names &c., so that the responsibility May rest where it belongs. All the Sabbath schools Iii the county Are interested Iii that convention and if it is to to controlled and managed from year to year by the same Little grouped of self admirers in Cambridge As Union claims the sooner it is generally known Ami understood the better. On the contrary if Union is guilty of bringing false accusations against the organization its officers or committee and the things complained of were nothing hut an inadvertence or a a Overlook a i trusty the parties huh wronged will not fail to respond so that All May he informed and no Sabbath school in the county he influenced to with hold its sup port from the convention. Send 25c. To g p Row eix a co. New York for Puntiri Hect of gaffes containing t lug ii of Mooi newspapers Ami estimates showing Cost of advert bins dee.7, a to to. Cito epilepsy falling sick re i of Ness positively cured to worst cases of the Ion seat standing by using or Hubbards cure no Humbug. It has cured til Ousa lbs. I i. To be i Fok a Case it Witt not Benefit. A Sample Botte free to All add caging a e. Dibb Leebe Mist Oil be i 323.broad Van. Y. July 5 3m. Young men apply to editor of this newspapers or half meanders Iii at discount in Bayliss great mercantile oilcan., Keokuk. Iowa. On the i of Sippi. Book keepers Penman reporter operators Aud teachers thoroughly fitted done Tuil to address Miller Keokuk own. House joint Resolution bargains bargains relative to an amendment of articles four and eleven of hic Constitution reorganizing Hie judiciary of the state of Ohio. Be it enacted by the general Assembly or the state of Ohio the tee fifths of All the members elected to each House concurring therein that a proposition to Amend he Constitution of the state of Ohio he submitted to the electors of the state on the second tuesday of october a. 1877, As follows the wit that s colons one three live six eight twelve fourteen fifteen sixteen anti eighteen of article four be amended so As to read As follows and Section seven of article four Aud sections twelve and thirteen of article eleven be repealed article in. We would Call the attention of our readers new and elegantly furnished room of l. Hirch bergs a. In the times building in which May he found the largest Stock of men youth boys and children Sci o t ii i ii a Ever brought to Cambridge. Boys clothing of the latest styles and at very Low figures. School suits of All Wool cassimere for boys from p to 12 years old ranging in prices from $1.50 to $9. Sack suits for boys inquirer. It seems strange that men will do stroy the very business that affords to in a a a a. O them a livelihood. But often is one paper Tell us the candidate j t incas Jan j3 a remarkable fact hot to is a Devil in Railroad strike. To destroy is a Saint another that he is a Dev ii one will say he is honest that he is a Rascal one Lias it he is a Catholic another a protestant. Every kind of sauce is dished up in a hot political Campaign and unless you know the candidate personally you Are at sea for reliable news. Ave must therefore suppose the Case and go ahead. But there is a difference Between local and general politics. Every elective government office tells to the advantage of the party holding it. The same is the Case in state offices hut in a less degree. But in our local politics no advantage can accrue to Patty from the office holders. For that reason our county affairs should he worked to the advantage of the people. It makes no difference to the state or Hie Laws of the land whether our auditor treasurer clerk or sheriff is a Republican or Democrat. There is More to be gained by voting for men than for party in our county affairs. Here is about the Only Chance that we have of knowing for whom we vote. Aud As we have already claimed that Good men Are the representatives of Good and wholesome principles we therefore run less risk by voting for Good sober steady solid and sound minded men. Than to vote for one of less proportions. It is Well that we have or More tickets to select from As it affords an Opportunity for choosing. And Iii making a Choice be sure that you select the Man whom Yon know will come the nearest of filling your Standard of principles and most Likely. To give satisfaction to the entire county and be an actual saving to Community both in a moral and a i rail Road property or manufacturing establishments because you do not get big enough pay is just As foolish As it would be for a Farmer to Burn up his wheat crop because it Falls Short of a fair crop. The article below clipped from the Cincinnati commercial sums up the whole Case Iii a few words. It says it is to he inferred from the policy of those who have arrested the Railroad business of the country and i rom the conduct of those who have engaged Iii the distraction of their property that first the Way to improve the condition of labor is to paralyse the business of the country. Second that the Way to increase the pay of labor is to cripple the industries that employ it. Third that the Way to make times Good and everybody prosperous is to obstruct and destroy the agencies which Are essential to Prosperity. Fourth that the Way to inspire Confidence and tempt capital to invest Iii enterprises that will give employment to labor is to terrorize the Public mind and spread a feeling of insecurity among capitalists. Filth a As capital is quite As necessary to labor As labor is essential to capital it is sound policy to Widen the breach Between them and create antagonisms where none in the nature of things exists. These deductions arc legitimate because they Are the actual results of strikes and riotous proceedings. If workingmen do not believe that such consequences Are calculated to improve their present or prospective situations they should he exceedingly careful How they assist to promote a state of tilings that invariably works out these result. A the curse Causeless shall not was the subject discussed with fair ability Iii a Well delivered Sermon from the it. P. Pulpit Sabbath evening by Rev. Mcfarland. The preacher sought to account for the great conspiracy by the working people As a curse from god and to assign gods reasons for so cursing our Laud. I he principal causes assigned were fraud practice Iii building violation and profanation of his sabbaths. And the Points to show the paternity were Well Tak a and tersely put. The great destruction of property at Pittsburgh accruing on the Sabbath seemed to the speaker to show that Railroad companies were reaping where they had sown. It is difficult to determine what gods reasons Are for doing what to does and particularly a9 to his judgments which arc his a strange Ashen or. Beecher was told that his son had published the a conflict of Ages a he said he did not think god would thank Edward for revealing his secrets. Iii the absence of revelation on the subject time Only can decide whether the storm will prove a Blithe or a Blessing and knowing him to be merciful and kind As Well As just and terrible it May he Well to Hope that ii is both. If the earthquake that has shown us the fires that Burn below and the suspension of rail Road building in America should Stop the influx of the baser elements of european society the great strike May bring us Good. Ave May to Able to absorb and control the chinese with their idolatry the French with their diabolical com Muni Oil ism the germans with their Beer and infidel hate of the Christian Sabbath together with Sills of Jesuit ism with their War on our common school but if we Are it will be by the help of one who can suspend All known Laws and form again out of chaos. J. M. From 12 to 15 years old at very Low i ices. Frock Ano sack suits for youths of 15 to us years of age. Of elegant styles at $12 to $1s mens no Iris from 31 to a Inch lit or a is 11,50,1 0. So go til. 10 Ami upwards. Great variety Iii summer Wear. Black Alpaca can a mohair and Linen dusters menus and boys stripped Cotton Coats Blue suits Linen pants Linen Aud White vests sic. Sic. Fine White and fancy shirts Gauze undershirts Fine Jean drawers hats of the latest styles and neck Wear of great variety. Sachets and bags of All grades and sizes. Avoiding pants Well Lilied at is. Overalls at 40 cents and upwards. May 17.1877-if the Ohio shits he i for the Campaign commencing july Miami ending with october 15th a a months. Daily. Weekly. .$1.00. O sem in Vouk orders Early the Republican county convention of Perry county last week adopt wed the following which is a rebuke Fiducial Point of View. An officer o to talc pity Council of Zanesville and position can lesson the moral Stanard of comm Unity As Well As Lessen the financial Standard. All of which should be duly considered by the voters Tuffe loss that the strike has caused to the people can act be computed. It must be estimated by the millions instead of the thousands. In meat alone that was dressed and ready to Complete for shipment will amount to �509,000. Add to this the live Stork left standing All along the lines of railroads and a million will be reached. Business is closed goods already bought can not be shipped. Produce has suffered in Sci rely. Butter and eggs at some places Are worthless. Factories have been compelled to Stop Aud All raw material that is perishable has been lost. Add to All these losses the property and we have an enormous sum and no one any the better off but All an entire and Complete loss. Now compute the loss of Lime of All these strikers those who have been compelled to quit work and wind is the sum the children of the daily labourer already begin to cry with hunger. If these men become desperate again i brute had Lier brought up before a increased by Bunger and the cry of j Niagai strafe on a peace warrant. If a Fel their children who can comprehend Low can t put up with such an Occa fhe extent of destruction and suffer-1 signal frolic on the part of a Mother Jug a hungry Man has no con-1 Quot Law he had by Etc 9c&Quot out a Quot a science. Our Board of county commissioners who arc paying one third More Public Money for Public printing than needs to to paid resolved that the Republican party is opposed to All monopolies and that we therefore demand that All Public printing he let to the lowest bidder. A Zanesville adva Cate. New York state was a Hundred years old on last monday. Its Cen Tennial anniversary was celebrated at Kingston where the first govern or or. Clinton acted Iii his official position. Kingston was burned by the British the same fad n. Y. Became a state. It will he 25 years yet before oliio�?T9 Centennial will transpire. She be came a state in 1802. Although Ohio is much younger than Many of her sister states yet she is one of the leading states of the Union Bud leads in intelligence and morale. Over in Marion the other Day a woman poured a pot it boiling water Over her son in Law. Dumped him into a barrel of soft soap. Broke his Arni with a club knocked his front Teeth out and did him minor other kindnesses and because of it the list of patents issued to inventors of Ohio for the week ending july 31,1877, and each dated july to. 1877, furnished this paper by Cox so Cox solicitors of patents Washington a c. C Pigeon Street gut cars Cincinnati Robert Gracy machinery for the manufacture of pottery East. Liverpool c Marciand hot air Furnace Cleveland m Bostwick cutting Wood molding Rainsville j. Pearce steam pump Cleveland l so j Reynolds Hooks and. Covers Dayton j Alexandr door checks Gallipolis c so m Austin Gate latches Cuba a Ellinwood engraving machine Gnu Rossville j Hoffman Beer casks Toledo s Mepham Straw Cutter Fayette j Smith Grain separators Shiloh a Bishop vehicle Springs me Dana j Israel burglar alarms Lancaster j Reynolds Book binding Dayton j Reynolds temporary binders Dayton a. Ward cultivators Middletown. You want a pallor from your state it a Jyi to i Ami von a pinot to hotter than to subscribe Lur the statesman Villi. J. F. Linton Columb a o. The statesman Ami this paper will he out the 1 on if ii tin Campaign As above Lur a a ant additional. Seth Michener druggist main Street Washington Ohio keeps constantly on hand. A Well selected Stock j f announcement. To the electors o i Guernsey county As All fees and salaries of Public officers Are regulated by statute Laws and cannot be altered except by legislation there is but one by which retrenchment in Public expenditures can be had Aud that is by the voluntary action of the incumbent. Iii View of the Burden of High taxation and the necessity for retrenchment in Public expenditures i hereby announce myself As an Independent candidate for the office of county auditor proposing if elected to Coyer into the county Treasury All emoluments of the office exceeding sixteen Hundred dollars per annul. If correctly informed the amount thus restored to the Treasury would he fully one thousand dollars annually. We. Smith. Cambridge o. June 12 1877. Fresh drugs Wall paper medicines chemicals paints oils Klishes soaps Carbon Oil perfumery school books Patent medicines elastic trusses and trusses of All kinds. Aldebol pure wines and liquor for medicinal purposes. Sec. I the judicial Power of the state shall be vested in a supreme it in it in District courts. Courts of common piety. Justices of lie peace and Sueh other courts inferior to the supreme court Iii one or More counties us the Gene ral a is Emily May from Lime to time establish. The Superior courts Oft incan anti and Montgomery county shall continue until otherwise provided by Law Sec 8. The court of common pleas shall be Holden by one judge who shall he elected by the voters of the district4 and said court shul be open at All times fur the t Isact Ion of Busi i and holidays excepted. Each county now existing or hereafter formed shall constitute a separate it Sminon pleas District and each District shall he known by the name of the county comprising the District Sec. 5. Each District court shall consist of one judge who shall he elected by the voters of the District. There shall he elected one or More judges in each District and there shall he Hehl annually not less than three sessions in each county in the state the legislature shall Divide the state into District court districts not exceeding Twenty Iii nun brr and shall a Ign to each join Mon pie and District court dil Rich. The number of a edges ic-<1 ii ired to i pose of the business therein each District shall he composed of compact territory hounded by county lines and As nearly equal in population As practicable a Colicino Cuce of three ii ii list oui v of All the members elected to both houses shall he required for the drat apportionment or to determine me number of judges required in each District court and common Picas District. Milder this amendment hut 110 change shall thereafter he win out t he concurrence of thirds of All the members elected to both houses sections twelve and thirteen of article eleven Are hereby repealed the repeal to take effect when the i the apportionment mentioned in this Section. Keo. To. The District it nut shall have like original jurisdiction with supreme court and such appellate or oth it r jurisdiction tis May lie provided by Law. Salt s. The general Assembly May provide by Law for a judge tent pore to hold any Eon 11 flu ii the judge thereof is disqualified by sickness or otherwise to hold said it ourt. Seo.12. The judges of the districts and of the courts of com Mon pleas shall while Iii office. Reside Iii the Distria i Iii which they Are elected and their term of office shall he live years hut the legislature May provide by Law that any judge of the common pleas court shall hold that court Iii any other common pleas District and that any judge of the District ourt Hall hold that court in any other District Lur that court than the one in which he 1 is ides and judges of the it oui Mon pleas May temporarily sex h Inge dist ids with each other and or More oui in on pleas courts in a he Lichi at the Sainez thine in the same dim or More District courts May beheld at the same Ime Iii a District of that court Sec 11 the judges of the supreme court the District courts Ami of c ourt of common pleas shall at stated times receive for their services such compensation As maybe provided by Law w hich shall not be increased or diminished during their term of office hut they shall receive no fees or perquisites nor hold any other office of Trust or profit under the authority of any it Tate or of the United states. All votes for either of them for any elective office. Except a judicial office under the authority of Fri state Given by the general Assembly or the people shall he void. Sic 15 the general a Sembly May increase or diminish tile number of the judges of toe Sui Pix inc i ourt. The number of the d i it tries of the District court the number of judges in aug Sminon pleas or d stint court District. Change any diet strict court District establish other court abolish the probate it ourt in any county or any other it ourt established by Law. Whenever third of the men is is elected to each House shall concur tiler in hut Mich change Hall vacate the office of any judge the i 0 1 it of Mullion pleas provided for in tin Anien Dent shall he tin of the Iii probate court and court of common Pica in each county. Tim i Triet court herein pro \ Idee i for. Shall he the of the present District Norl Aud All the books records papers and i inc., in or Appert icing to said 1 on it Sbal i be ii 01 for red t a i id r Milt cd of under this amendment the exiting probate Milt i hereby Riboli in d Iii each county at the close Girlie to Iii for which the i Mig to roof w a. Elected. Dirt ii g a ii or the a a Lect Ion of common plea Judger Nuder i amendment and the clerk in the courts of in Mon plea and i Trici court Hall hts the c Cid s in the court herein provided until their Tice it of s Are elected a i qualified hut the supreme court Lui i appoint it own reporter pc. In. There it Hijii a elected Iii each rot 11-tv it the elector thereof one clerk of the Milt off 0111 Mon plea who Hall hold Iii office for the term of three year. Ami until i acc or Hall be elected and qualified de Diu Jim x ii tee of i office be Dei k of All other com 1 of Neon held i herein hut Lite general a Quot Mihly May provide try Law for the election of a clerk with a like trim o office for each or any other of 1 he Conn of record or i m the appointment by the supreme court of a Jerk in i hat ourt. Sec is. The several fudge o the supreme court of the District and common plea Aud of such other courts As Mux be Al on cd. Hall respectively live and Evencie Power and jurisdiction at chamber or otherwise a Max be directed by lax the term of office of All judge of common plea and District court provided per in Lii amendment shall commence i the first monday in january next after the making of the apportionment provided for in Section fir of Iii tide four. Ami the tiny of office of 1 i j my go of the courts of com Ilion plea in office. Xvi re not elected us judge under this amendment shall then expire no change shall he by this amendment in the supreme court or in the office or term of any judge thereof. The first election of judge of common plea and District courts under Thi l beheld at the general election for election o state officers next filter the making of Aid apportionment for District court districts by the legislature hut nothing Iii tins amendment shall lie construed to change or filter the Constitution or Law until Saiid apportionment. Section seven of article four i hereby repealed and Section Twenty shall be numbered see Ion seven. Form of ballot. At said election the voters desiring to vote in favor of the adoption of this amendment shall have placed upon their ballot the words a judicial con Titu liminal amendment yes a the voters xxx no do not favor the adoption of Aid amendment shall have placed upon their indicts the words Quot judicial Amend men adopted april 0. 1877 la pre it. Just now is the time to cull at mrs. Mirt e. Crud dry goods notion Queens Ware and grocery Stoke Washington Ohio. She has just received and opened a Large and Well selected Stock Ohio Farmers insurance co. The object of the Farmers in organizing and in Liu Taining this cant partly has been to cheaply and Safly insure themselves wit a. The rate of insurance panics from making Money out of the Farmers Stock company it a saying that the com inuit diet the com Pany k Iii buy a Tim me 1 a rulers u insures it less rate than any Ortiz joint. A been i antlered and misrepresented by statements and printed Cir Culus in any charter has expired that person insuring in it arc liable to assess Ian is in Loveil Etc these falsehood Ore easily refuted by referring to Mem id i be com Pauy is 11101 veil arc Mise Lino a Ore Eris ii refined by Nat Aring w air annual n port of the insurance department a Uherc it will he seen that the company is not Only authorized to transact Huss ass hut that it i doing More Busine in the St ate than and other company Aud is prosperous beyond a pared ice. It has been doing a successful Busine for xxv City Imine years during which time it has paid to the Farmers of Ohio its assets Are Over $1,200,009. 900.000. Surplus Oyer liabilities. 300,000, All insured with this company will be called on before their pol icicles expire to renew. Please Continuo with i he old company Aud not take chances with something new. I. S. Powers agent Barnesville Ohio. Of the latest i freshest styles Iii dress Aud fancy goods. Muslims Cassi Meres hats amp of a Good assortment All cheap for Cash Call soon and Jet a bargain in Spring and summer goods. M. E. Cuaig Washington Ohio. May 17-Din we. Ii Hurd bookseller stationer Book Windelt. Ano Job Printer opposite Odd Fellows Hall hem s Guo tiding for ill Advance styles in Spring amp Bummer goods 0 first opening of the season o Zaire Swillo Ohio. Dealer Iii paper hangings and window shades. October 19-tf at to physicians prescriptions carefully compounded at All hour. Oet-29 �?T74--mar. 1�?T75-tl Indiana House. W Curtis Blent of Ilie Senate. J. Dodge. Soil out leave the country. There a no use of gelling unless she refuses to. I let you sleep Iii your own Hay mow there Are Otic thousand seven Hun Al. Pubs crimes $500 for you to pay the Heathen mis Washington Normal school. Instructors s ii. To Suddeth. J. G. Black. Lecturer j. J. Burns the second annual session of the Washington Normal school will commence monday july 23d 1877, and continue six weeks. Thorough instructions will be Given in the common school branches and in elocution. Music. Physiology mental philosophy geology and theory and practice of teaching. Prof j. J. Burns of St. Blairsville with he present As lecturer three Days of each week. Tuition lot the term. $5,00. The be to of boarding in private families can lie obtained at $2,50 or $2 75 Pei week. J Tluck 14 of. _ Road notice. Speaker-1 Rotem. House of representatives. The St a the of Odio. J office of Fth skor Taky of state i i. Milton Barnes. Secretary of St ate of the state of Ohio do hereby certify that the forego ing i a True copy of an act therein named passed by the general Assembly of the state of Ohio on the till Lay of april. A. D 1877, taken from the original Rollson tile in this office. In witness whereof. I have Hereunto subscribed my name and affixed the Eal Oft is Skal office Jit Columbus the both Day of april a. D.1s77. Milton Barnes. Secretary Ofa Tate. A. F. Hubert Root amp shoe manufacturer and dealer in leather and findings. Work nut up to order and warranted. Two door eat of tobacco factory main St., april 19, 1877. Cambridge. O. S. I. Haines Washington �., yen xviii alway find a Lull Tock of pry goods motions millinery goods hats gaps boots and shoes where great care has been Given Iii electing tile Mot Fadi tunable lad in Wear in All Umili lie Anil similes of dress Good and trimmings. Shawls cloaking and millinery notions a to Cassi Meres. In the latest styles of plaid and Beaver cloth. Iii All it Solors. The Renow Ned Dresden manufacture of Cassimeris jeans flannels blankets and yarns our boots and shoes arc xxx minted Vork. That makes it impossible to give Diati faction done to fail to go to in swing ii to be the great advantage you can have in Good selections and cheap Price mrs. E. A. Haines. Ocr.2l-�?T750ct a .�?T7t>�?ti j. O. Iscil Yar has on exhibition an i Tor Sale an elegant assortment o dry goods notions hats gaps carpets Oil cloths Queens Ware and everything in the useful Anil ornamental line at the lowest Ash prick. J he height of my ambition is to do a Largo j Ami Lei Ines. And i will Dot it great inducements a ire Jinx object to the per ple. I xviii co if. Iii to to allow a i Scot n i of a it Are cont _ on ail Ash sales of be Dollar or upwards. Done the Iove and one xvii i tells you that we add 5 Lier cent. To our prices for the Sake of deducting it off again for that i untrue. Hear us talk Soo pieces of new print in to opened v Liq to to cent per Yard. All next and . Tho celebrated Quot Aid Xvi in Hope Madia Only i it cents p r vat i the favorite Broo i Lonsdale it i2>ic. Fra lit of the loom at 11�?~� Par y a i. Weare offering the he to Calne of unbleached i Sling from 6 to to cents Yard Pillow Case an i s in g Maliu till Width at the Lex Cost . Ruble linens from 25 to 75 Cen per Yard. Linen Crit i or Iii s to 15 cents per Yard. Linen towels from 12>� to 25 cent. 50 p Cee of do Voit shirting fro ii lot it i2�?~i cents Lier Yard. Due lot of Good Bel Ricking from Liq to 25 cents per Yard Dick denims Kentucky jeans cot to Nader a and Gingham. Gloves for ladies misses and children gloves for gentlemen youths and boys. We xviii also offer the 5 largest Ai i a a it select id Stop a a Iii the. Yard wide american Hintz in shirting and die sex in at 12 a cents per Yard we display the most Complete line of dress goods Ever opened i All the new to Shade and the Best in a1 try Tor the Money. The celebrated Collinwood Brand of alpacas Al 25. 33, 33, 35 37 43, 45, 50, 55, of 65, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95c and $1 per Yard. Thi line of Ion i Excel is in Quantity and Quality those Beret Dol e offered at 20 it or cent More mime. Also silk. Black Gross rain silk and my Spring stripes and chocks at Iii ice in. Than is veal ago in Vith Tan Ling the known Advance in raw material inspection solicited. We also Call attention to the Large Stock of dress trimmings and neck Vear Tor Ridic and Geist Lupien misses and boys. A special line of Taconet and Hamberg edgings. Thi sock cannot Tail to interest those i ii ing to economize the entire department re Idlete with bargain. We have the largest Stock and he to selection of fancy Cassimeris and coatings for men it boys Wear snits to order anti warranted to fit. On this line of Good we offer a saving of at Lea 25 per cent. From a tial prices. Quot e Xxiii offer one lot of dry go a i a irked styles sit 25 n r cent per ,.i Tor a a v it adj. Also one lot of pm ii i lire gel it la z in Yio a Rem a Intel site thai will not fail to int re tall i liking for bargain a a Pic it g ail fir xxx Ai did Oil application trunks Valise travelling and school baskets in great1 variety machine thread 75 cent per Doz in. Hou Ivock thread 40 cent per Jozen. Knitting Cotton four Lull for 25 cent Ait ,. Mcilyar a. Opposite first National Kau ii a cad he i Del ii to. Vert Boot Uke Rouge i having purchased the entire interest of the firm it Jay. Young a co i pow offer to the Cir Izz is of Cal Tunbridge. Anti Vici nil y. Boots and shoes lows a than Ever. I hive one of he larges i Stock of Spring goods Ever brought to Cambridge embracing everything i ii the Boot amp shoe line and the latest styles. The Low rate at which i purchased my goods for Cash enables me to retail goods at wholesale prices. To cd form Gideon Ryman proprietor. Cincinnati o. Manhood How lost How restored i died Aud Twenty five prisoners at present confined in the Penitentiary. For the Benefit of ooh. Notice is hereby Given that a petition will be presented to the commis1 smiles of Guernsey comity at their next session in september a. D., 1p77. Praying for the alteration of a county Road on the following line to wit commencing for said alteration at a stake marked a a a on the Road leading from Barnesville to Washington on the lands of Hugh Stewart thence South to a stake marked Quot la a on the Road leading from the Barnesville and Senecaville Road to Gibson a station and there to terminate. July 18, 1677-4 just published a new edition of or Cul Verwell a celebrated essay on the Cadi in i cure without Medicine of Spek Mato Huikka of seminal weakness. Involuntary seminal losses . Mental and physical incapacity. Impediments to marriage Etc. Also consumptive a Pilisy Anil fits induced by self indulgence or sexual extravagance Etc afer-1 Rice in a scaled envelope Only 6 cts. The celebrated author in this admirable essay. Clearly demonstrates from a thirty years successful practice that the alarming consequences of self abuse May he radically cured without the dangerous use of internal Medicine or the application of the knife pointing out a of cure at once simple certain and effectual by Means of which every sufferer no matter what his condition May lie. May cure himself Chi aply privately amt radically. This lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every Man in the land. Sent under Seal Iii a t lain envelope to any add res port paid on receipt of six cents or postage Stamps address. The Culverwell me do Alco. 41 Ann St. New York p.o., Box 4586 a oct 2 �?T76-Ly. G. L. Arnold m.d., Eclectic physic in Cambridge Ohi. Will give special attention to the treatment of chronic diseases. Such As consumption and All varieties of lung diseases All diseases of the Throat dyspepsia liver complaints nervous diseases rheumatism scr Fula and every variety of 8kiii diseases and chronic diseases Peculiar to women. Floc of terms Tor Medicine Cash nov. A 1876 3m. Of the undersigned has purchased the Stock groceries notions &0�?z of or. M. W. Speer and will count Mic the business in the old stand a full Stock cd fresh and pure groceries xviii he kept constantly on hands a Liberal share of patronage is elicited. A Stewart we. F. Callahan. Jno. R Moorhead Callahan amp Moorhead manufacturers and dealers in furniture prompt attention paid to undertaking room opposite the Eagle hotel Block Cambridge Ohio. . 1876-1 y. The Cambridge news for the Campaign for Only 50 cents. Send in your names. If the friends of the new8 would express their favor for us by sending us some Good subscribers from your own Circle of acquaintance we would appreciate your favor very highly will you give us a Friendly lift s. B. Mcmillin Painter Cambridge Ohio. It House painting training glazing paper hanging and Calcium dining done to order. Also great care Token in putting Down carpet with Fords Patent carpet Stretcher. Residence near Mccartney a planing Mill. May to 77-tf. Exchange hotel formerly the Warner hous Caldwell Ohio. Thomas Lloyd proprietor. Ujj a Jay Liis House has been nexvl5�?T refitted and refurnished. Thorough attention will be Given to the accommodation and Comfort of guests. May 24. 1877-tf. Come to the news office for your Job worn to trrxrm\\3xxvvx, v in order to to this and to keep up tile reputation which i now have of Selling you Good goods at Bottom figures i will he compelled soil strictly Tor cask thanking you Al Tor past favors. I Trust thai iou will still favor to with your Liberal patronage. J. A Young Cambridge o. N. B. I Call your special attention to our Large Stock of ladies walking shoes such As the Bender Pauline Lucca Centennial Neil son &c., which cannot be surpassed in Beauty and Quality. Ap.12, a 7. Iii pigs i Lim ail Lowry and a Jasper and Ali a of t. C. Of eau. Are tue newest and Best Srb Bith school sire Irr books for 1077. Prices of each 30 ends or $3.60 per dozen. Samples mailed Post paid for 35 cents. Dealers sup plied at lowest wholesale prices. Send orders to h. D Munson a sons music dealers Zanesville of May 17, Loti a

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