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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - August 2, 1877, Cambridge, Ohio Psi Baltimore a Ohio Railroad co time card. To take effect june 24th, 1817. Going Kast. I pass. A a stations express express express freight Lee Oblong s 50am 9 40pmgarrett 3 20pm3 65am 6 00am Auburn Jinn 3 27 a a. 4 02 44 6 17 4 Defiance. 4 54 4 i. 5 27 44 i 9 10 a a Deshler. 5 48 446 23 a 11 35 44 Pastoria. A 6 47 447 23 i 2 14 Pill Tilfen. 7 15 44 7 54 44 i 8.20 a a a Sandusky 7 10 a. 7 45am i to 45am Monroeville 8 00 a 8 30 a a 12 10pm Chicago j in 8.40 a. 9 30 a i \ a a Shelby tune �?�1 15 a 10 06 a 1 3 05 Mansfield. I 9 44 a 10 36 a 4 28 a it Vernon la 13 a. 12 06pm i 7 40 a Columbus. To 45am3 00 a 9 15 a Somerset. 6 30 a. La 32 a i. Newark. 12 30 a. 2 05 i 5 55am Zanesville. 1 35 a. 3 10 a 7 10 a Cambridge. 2 36 a 4 0 a 8 14 44 Barnesville. 3 3s a. 5 10 a 9 23 44 Arr Bellaire. 4 50 a. 6 20 a 10 40 a Wheeling. 6 00 a 7 40 a 11 55 44 Washington 7 20pm7 50ambaltimore 8 30 a. 9 00 Quot. Philadelphia 3 10am1 15pmnew York. 6 25 a. 5 05 a. Goin i West a acc Oil mixed stations. Express anti express pass. A i express freight live n. Y Ork 8 15am i. 8 25pmphiladelphia 12 15pmla 30pmbaltimore 4 30poi 6 15amwashington 5 45pm 7 55 a in. Wheeling a 00am 13 05 pm 4-3 1 pm Bellaire. S 30a ill. La 30j�m 5 Roopen Barnesville. 9 45a in. I a 46am 6 16pra Cambridge. 10 46am 1 00 in 7 3< pm Zanesville. La 55pm2 10am 8 50 pin Arr Newark i .-00pm3 15am to 00pm Columbus. 3 00pm5 00amsomerset. It. Vernon 3 00pm 4 35am 6 25 pm Mansfield. 4 28pm 6 15a la to 00pm Shelby. 4 54pti 6-,47am la 35pm a Chicago Monroeville. 6.-00pm8.25am 2 05am Sandusky. 6 55pm9 10am 3 35am la Chicago j 6 00pm 7 15am j 7 55a ill to run. 7 15 pm 8 39am i 10 10am Fostoria. 7 45pm9 10am 1 la 40am Des Ider. 8 50 p in. 10 09am i 1 50pm Defiance 9 52pmla 06am 3 50pm a ii Burn Jim la 22pm12 35pm j 7 50 pm Garrett. 11 40am 1 05 pm 8 00aiu Avilla. La 55am1 24pm 8 24am Chicago. 5 40am6 40pni passengers can not ride on mixed passenger awl freight trains without special permit. Express trains run daily other trains daily except sundays. Tugs. P. Barry. Western pass at. . . Quincy. Gen. Manager Newark J x. Fordyce. Agent Cambridge. Marietta Pittsburg amp Cleveland it. It. Time table in effect monday May 14th, 1817 going North. The Cambridge news j. I Mahaffey s local editor thursday morning aug. 2nd, 1877. Camp meetings Are All the go. Rite flying is popular amusement among the boys now. Zanesville has a balance of $26.-315.43 in their City treasurer. What has become of our Murphy meetings ? they should be kept up. Go to greens soda Fountain and Fry or. Downers new syrup. Eureka. Tomatoes and Green Corn have made their appearance in our Market. Mrs. A. G. Lianes Lias been visiting friends in Belmont during the past week. Or. John of Reauxx had several chickens stolen one evening last week. Stations. Express. Acc a. Acc a. Marietta. 7 20 a m loot a m Caid veil. 9.24 a 1.03 p m Jet. Pleasant. 10.07 a a 2.39 a Seneca Lane a. 10.16 a Byesville. 10.23 a 3.07 �?T4 Ltd Ambridge. 10.46 a 4.30 44 Oldham a. 10 54 4 45 44 Millers. La 02 a a 5. Al a a him to Hon. 11.13 44 5,92 44 Birds run. La 26 4�?~ 5.58 44 Newcomerstown la 44 44 6.33 44 Dover. Ii Dpi 8.40 44 Cleveland. 7.30 44 to 25 in itt it by Rigli. R.30 a a 7.50 44 Philadelphia. 70 am new y Ork. 9.30 a a going South. St Atkins. Sex piss. Acc. Acc. Dover. 1,55 p x. 6.05 a m Newcomerstown 2 53 a a 8.21 a Birds run 3 21 a 8.57 4 in i Ai Bol ton. 3.38 a a 931 a Millers station. 3.51 a 954 it Udham a. 4 of 44 10.09 Cambridge. 4.15 a n or a Byesville. 4.35 11.45 44 Sonera Lane 4.42 44 porn pleasant. 4 50 12.-8 r m. It Abl Well 5.36 a a 1.49 Marietta. 7 35 a a 5 15 Parkersburg 9.00 44 9 of 44 a. J. Warner. General my a or. C. L comp Bill. Agent. Cambridge. O. Kast Ken Ohio Railroad Lear Cumberland 9 10 a in 4 00 p. M. Point a i a ult 12 00 a. In .5 20 p. M. Arrive to liminal i i la a a. In 0 00 p. Iii. A Point Piear a int 9 50 a in 4 to p. In Anise Colima ions with All trains on the m. Pac Railroad Tull a Ltd to. Ste vent. M an agers. Amp Wheeling r w. All tra it is in i daily a scent sunday going Soith. St tons Exi sex acc to t i Ltd of if s by a m a m Toledo a. 3 00 to to p m a m Cleveland. 7 30 4-on Al v in. 7 5 4 37 8fo Grafton. 8 35 520 9 15 Russell. 9 43 6 31 11 50 Warwick. 10 10 6 58 i 10 m i Billon. To it 7 40 3 31 Dover la -31 8 37 5 45 new Phi i4 to. 11 40 8.47 6 15 Arr Uhrichsville 12 of 9 10 7 00 re or m v a c ref. P m p x p m Arr Vam Ridge. 4 10 Marietta. 7 35 Riff p a or St i. By a or Ltd of hoi ton Zanesville Steubenville. I 03 2 35 2 f5 3 55 Goin 7 nor ii Lve Steubenville. I o in ctn. A get i 14 i i to i m a a c by a m i m a m brr m a Eft is. A a a a 7 20 a a. Cacti Ridge 10 41 p m it Rieb vice 5 3� 50 7.08 n Phil adult a 5 51 3.13 7 -.50 Dover. 6 00 3 22 8 15 Massillon 7 05 4 25 11 ?5 Warwick. 7 38 5 a 12 40 Russell. 8 08 5 30 i 55 Grafton. 9 25 6 55 5 20 Elyria. Arr Cleveland. 10 10 7 20 6 05 10 25 7 55 Toledo. 8 05 11 40 coaches arc run to and from Cleveland without Chance. Only enc change Between Cleveland Ank Marietta via canal Dover trains Are run by Columbus time. Connections. I at. Elyra Wii is amp m s by for the West. 2. To. Grafton with cd c a i ii Jafor Welling ton. Crestline Columbus a 3 at Russo with a a w by for Ash Lane. . Mansfield and intermediate Points. 4 at Warwick with Chi v Acry for Orville. Akron and it Vernon 5 at Massillon wit i i it w a c by for Canton Wooster a. 6 at Dover with i Pac by for Cambridge Marietta Parkersburg and intermediate pc Iota. 7 at enrich Seville wife pc a St l ity for Heteu Cuvill a Coshocton and Zanesville. W l Holden Gene pass and ticket agent. o s. C. Firqun1r, m. D., physician surgeon and specialist. The celebrated physician of Zanesville Ohio a will visit Cambridge regularly once every month at which times All who arc afflicted with Auy chronic disease can Avail themselves of his Superior skill and great experience Iii this class of diseases. Ii you Are diseased and have failed to receive Benefit from Oiler physicians give him a Call. His rooms arc at the Eagle hotel on thursday and Friday aug. 23d Aud 24th. New Comers town aug 12 amp 21, the Wicht crop of Ohio is estimated at thirty million bushels this year. The Black Berry crop will not he a Large in this Vicinity a9 was expected. Col. J. Taylor and family returned from their Eastern trip saturday. The Cadiz Camp meeting commences August 15th, and continues about ten Days. The Farmers say there will be an average Apple crop Iii this county this season. Only seven marriage licenses issued during the Mouth of july in Guernsey county. No preaching of the m. E. Church next Sabbath. Sunday school will be held As usual. I Bloch ape raised at Cambridge foundry and All kinds of tin Ware rushed upon the Market at same prices As before the strike. Buy and try one of the West stoves manufactured at departure prices at the Cambridge foundry beautifully trimmed and equipped. The Baron factory at Bellaire Have been compelled to shut account of the Railroad strike. They j not Bein Able to ship their goods. The Young Man who wont pay his Wash Bills when his Washer woman washes in hard water ought to be8ott hoped All Over and Slid out of the Community. Or. Williams presiding elder of this District and Rev. J. Ii. A lolling head started last tuesday to attend a Bush meeting at Adamsville. They expect to be gone about a week . E. S. Hoagland of this place inaugurated the Murphy movement at Sago Muski Ngum county last week. About 50 signed the pledge at the first meeting. Judge Buchanan and family have returned from their Wisconsin trip. They were visiting his Mother Ami seemed very delighted wit i their trip and the counties. The express companies have been coining Inone since the strike. That i18 is the Only Way any thing could he shipped. The express matter in some places doubled its usual business. A few men firms and companies will grow Rich because of the strike while the majority will become poorer and Many be broken up. It is certain the poor will be poorer. Gen. B. La. Cowen of Belmont county will probably be a candidate for state senator in that District. Senator Knox of Harrison county Bas served As senator for three terms the democratic state convention held at Columbus last week was very Large and enthusiastic. Every county in the state was fully represented by the Best men of the party. Bro. In e. Watson of the reporter delivered an excellent address before the National Christian Temperance Union at canal Dover on the 24th ult. It was full of facts and Good advice. Rev. Ebenezer Mckitrick preached at the u. P. Chair ii in this place last Sabbath morning. We had a pleasant Call from win. A. Mintier p Ai of Sago Muski Ngum county last monday. A reduction has been made on the wages of some departments of the Barnesville Union school. Melton have been Selling very Low at the Fields where raised be cause of inability to ship. Or. Thos. G. Hyatt and family of Bellaire Ohio has been visiting Cambridge for the pact week. Those interested in insurance Are directed to the advertisement of j. S. Powers Barnesville Ohio. A Chari by is of Long suffering and Lac Wlliet it orly two week ago by Ewe Ali but our Charity for Quot Quot lilt happened while do old delinquents is Cooling off Amaz Carpenter work at tile fair in or v. 11 i o i m i ii. Rev. Dennis pastor ret. Hastings formerly of Wooster preached an excellent Sermon at the presbyterian Church last Sabbath he is visiting j. Vav. Vankirk Lookout for those City rioters and tramps. They must now strike for the country or starve. Of course they will come As the usual tramps but they need to be closely watched. That s the Way we like to get sub scribers. Come into the office ant subscribe or Send us a postal. A number did this trick the past week let others do likewise. We occupy nearly tile entire first Page in giving a Clear and satisfactory report of the Stike As scenes transpired. On the fourth Page will be found he news of the week foreign news Eastern War amp a a Young fellow who indulges in the use of Strong drink says at night he feels As if lie owned All the property in the world and in the morning As if he owned none and was in arrears for his taxes Oil what he owed the night Betone. The new room in the Davis Block is about completed. It is one of the Best business rooms Iii Cambridge. It will be occupied in a few Days by or. Ii. F. Flemming for a wholesale and retail Boot shoe. Leather and finding store. A Hie popular ice Cream Saloon of n. Ii. Hall Over Rainey a hardware store is the Only place in town where you can get a Ream and cake for to cents. It is a pleasant place to go to spend a few moments to rest and refreshed. Our merchants Tell us tint since the Railroad strike they have been agreeably relieved of the annoyance of Mercha Tilc runners. But few have put in an appearance for two weeks. Or. Irvine an old citizen of this place broke his left Arm. Just above mias a Plum Royev Lowry of lore City is visiting Cambridge this week the guest of mrs. L. G. Ii Ai lies. My. William Temple of Wheeling township this county harvested sixteen Hundred dozen of wheat this season. Mother Nelsons ice Cream is found at most of the festivals stands and parties in this neighbourhood. It is urn Quale. A Little son or or. Levi Hirsh Berg of this place had his hand badly bruised last Sabbath by the falling of a window. Woman was never born to whistle and when she tries it makes her whole countenance look As if it had declared War. When two newspaper men Dine together they always look at each other in Hope of finding which one May have the Money. The sweetest richest most daintily Flavoured ice Cream in Cambridge is found at mrs. Belles parlor opposite greens drug store. People who drink too much ice water wont have any Teeth left after a few years but will have to gum around to the dentists. Rev. Erwin of Brookfield Church of Hie m. E chinch at it. Pleasant this county and Ava Noble county received into full membership Over forty probationers on last Sabbath week Al. The latter place. The third annual meeting of the Guernsey county Sabbath school Union will be Beld at Cumberland amrut 14th, 15th and 16th, there promises to he a Large attendance and a Good time. The District count for this county will he held on the 10th of september. There will also be a continuation of the adjourned May term of the common Picas court at the same time. Or. Ii. Casket the Clever and accommodating clerk at the american House Columbus Ohio Baa been nominated for clerk of the common pleas court by the democracy of Franklin county. The vigilant committee composed of the citizens of Cambridge still continue to patrol the town. A detail of from Twenty to thirty is made every Day whose duty it is to keep watch Over the town All night. The Zanesville signal says at Mcconnelsville last week men Boring an Oil Well struck a heavy vein of Gas at a depth of five bundled Oil the la is the horrible la ies buzzing around like election lies dodging about like a maniacs dream Over the butter and into the Cream holding conventions All Over bread. Biding your ears tickling your head crawling buzzing too Busy to die. Dog gone the Naty pest Ferous Fly. Pot Ato bugs and Grasshoppers bound from the far West for Europe Are suffering terribly from Railroad strikes which cause them dangerous delays. Business is business with a potato Bug. And if it is not promptly attended to it May never be done at All. We arc in receipt of a neat pamphlet containing a list of the premiums for the 2dtii annual fair of the Belmont county agricultural society which will be held in St. Blairsville september 19th, 20th and 2lst. There premiums Are very Liberal and they Promise a Good fair. The a. M. E. Camp meeting is growing in interest. Rev Cumberland preached the opening Sermon last sunday. His son preached Iii the evening and or. Williams occupied the pulpit on evening and Rev. Norcross on tuesday evening. Persons who have not been in the state oho year Iii the county three Hundred and sixty Days and Iii the township three Hundred and fifty live Days w ill have to Register Fri fall if they wish to vote. Keep this in mind until the proper time to Register comes around. Hon. W. Sample one of the most prominent lawyers Iii this Section of the state and for ten years judge of the common pleas court of Coshocton Wayne and Holmes Conn. Tips. Died at his residence in Coshocton Oil sundry evening of last week. Thos. Moore had stolen from his barn in new Phil Idelphia Tuscarawas county on the night of july 28th, a sorrel horse top buggy set of single harness a new Saddle and Riding bridle. A Reward of $100 is offered for the thief and return of the goods. Deed Templar pc site a pie Nic by the Good templars will be held in Tho Grove near Quaker City on saturday aug.4th 1877,by the Quaker City Salesville and or Harrisburg lodges of goad temp Persand the sunday schools of these localities. Mrs. Mattie my a Lei land Brown and others will deliver addresses. The lodges sunday schools and All others will meet at 9% of clock form procession and March to the Grove where the Public installation of officers will take place. Ice Cream lemonade and lunch stands will be on the grounds. Every body Are invited to attend. A general Good time is expected. One of the greatest trials of hit newspaper profession is that its members arc compelled to Sec More of the Shams of the world than any Ethel profession. Through every newspaper office in time get All the weakness of the world All the vanities that want to be i miffed All the Revyn Ges that want to be reaped All the mistakes that want to be corrected All Tho Dull speakers who want to be Cal led eloquent All the meanness that wants to get its wares noticed Gratis in the editorial columns in order to save the tax of the advertising columns All the men who want to be set right who were never right All the cracked brain philosophers with stories As Long As their hair band As gloomy As their Finger nails in mourning because bereft of soap. Through the editorial and reportorial rooms All the follies and Shams of the world arc seen Day alter Day and Tho temptation is to believe in neither god Man or woman. It is no Surprise to tis that in this profession there Are some sceptical Mon. Dead lock. Last tuesday the Adams express co. Notified All agents along the b. Amp Road to received no More express matter and return to owners All Adams township. A flags township a a till holds its place and looks to cell pasture Good wheal Good Hay Good and Alt in stack and barn Oats the order of the liar Ami Good. Jacob Raider threshed Twenty dozen of wheat Anil h id fifteen j-., i Calhoun in age i lady of 80 years fell goods already received and discharge 1 Down stairs Alt i received a severe Shock w hich a in Ftp de her to cd near Cumberland preached an accept feet w i cd rushed out throwing tools table Sermon at the Baptist Church j weighing two thousand pounds for con in i Tat Ion free. Jaq terms Cash for medicines. Diseases of the Eye ear. The stomach liver kidneys and lunar. Nine a life culty. April 26,1877 to f of this place last Sabbath. Cabs. C. Russel a Rich banker of Zanesville has been nominated for senator by the republicans of Muski Ngum and Perry counties. Miss Ida Johnson near Birmingham this county has been visiting Cambridge for the past two weeks the guest of or. John pril Caux. In a Nursery wherein All is life and laugh instead of crying and fretting. There is sure to be found or. Bulls baby syrup. Price 25cenlsper bottle. The Cincinnati Gazette says a a Hon. R. M. Bishop being a Baptist the democrats nominated him governor in order to catch the floating or. Alonzo Mccall of new York son of or. Mccall of Cumberland this county has been visiting friends in this county during the past few weeks. J. F. Salmon one of our popular jewellers is rust Cating this week Down the jus Vingum River near Mcconnelsville. He expects to spend a week Hunting and fishing. The following persons have received marriage licenses since outlast report goo. N. Robbins and Sarah a. Wallar Samuel v. Mcpeck and Sarah a. Masters. A Young lady had coquette until the victim was completely exhausted. To Rose to go away. She whispered As she accompanied him to the door a i shall be at Home next sunday a so shall in he replied. To feet Iii the air. Since our last report judge Buchanan appointed Josiah Mitchell guardian of Reece Yokeum appointed w. S. I Lead Assignee of e. C. Dotina of insolvent debtor admitted to probate the wills of Amanda m. Robins and Albert Voorhus. The following receipt is said to be a Standard remedy for Dyson tar and cholera morons equal parts of tincture of rhubarb. Laudanum and spirits of camphor. Dose teaspoonful every hour or oftener until relieved. Among the visitors at the a. M. E. Camp meeting at this place last Sabbath we noticed p. M. Snyder conductor Clark train dispatcher and motion ticket agent of Marietta Ohio All connected with the m. P. It pc c. Rail Road. We have received a pamphlet containing a list of the premiums to be awarded by the seventeenth annual fair of the Stillwater Union Industrial association to be held at Smyrna Harrison county or the 4th, 5th and 6th of december 1877. The american hotel of Columbus is a first class hotel of enormous patronage. Or. E. J. Blount the gentlemanly landlord informs us that lie reduced the charges from $2,50 to 2.00 per Day. A better House for the Money can not be found in Ohio. Only a Small number of Cambridge folks boarded the excursion train for Cleveland last tuesday. They feared the strikers As one passenger train was fired into last monday at the outskirts of Cleveland but nobody seriously Hurt. . M. Mickey has taken some very Tine views the past week of Cambridge and country scene Ries. Or. John Patterson our present treasurer had a number of views taken of the old Home farm All of which Are Good and shows the farm to be one under a Geed state of cultivation. Or. B. F. Flemming of whom we spoke As going fist to Lay in a Stock of shoes leather findings amp a. Returned Home a week ago hut his Fine lot of goods has been caught in i he strike and Are held some where along the Road. He reports that he purchased As Tine a Stock of leather in new York As he has Ever seen. There will be a Grange Pic Nic at Quaker City on Friday 24th. Ii. S. Ellis master of state Grange and mrs. Julia a Pratt of Catesville Ohio will be present and deliver addresses. A procession will by formed in town and March to the Grove where a Bountiful feast will be prepared free to All who May wish to attend. Bethel singing class assisted by some of the Best am Fure Talent of Cambridge under the direction of prof. John ii. Bar let will give a concert at Bethel m. E. Church on Friday night August 101877 admission 15 cents. Commencing at 8 of clock. The class will meet for rehearsal on tuesday evening August 7th. On tuesday of last week the republicans of Noble county nominated the following ticket representative j. M. Dalzell clerk ii. E. Voters treasurer Sylvester Scott. Prosecuting attorney j. M. Mcginnis sheriff t. C. Thompson commissioner j. F. Morris infirmary director s. To lunch Coroner h. J. Downey. Prof. F. G. Steele who has had charge of the commercial College at Akron is at his Home in washing ton for the summer vacation. He has accepted a position to teach drawing and writing Iii the Wooster and Cuya hoga Falls Public schools. Or. Steele is a Good teacher and fully understands his business. Reader arc Yon a subscriber of the news or arc you a Borrower if you arc a subscriber we arc glad to Greet you if you Are in arrears we would be glad to meet you. If you Are a regular Borrower you deprive the family you borrow from of a pamper of their Choice. Probably they wish to file the numbers for future use. But. My Friend you do us an injustice As you get the Benefit of our labor without paying for it. Tins is not politic. Our children must be fed Aud clothed As Well As yours. Come Send Iii your name and become a regular subscriber. You will read the paper with More relish and have them for Home use. Grapes Are beginning to rot and mildew. Would tins be pc vented by cutting Hie leaves away from the fruit our opinion is that it would be a Benefit to fake off All leaves that touch the grapes or prevent the Side passage of Ai leaving the leaves Over the top to catch the Dew that Falls at night. Some Cut every Leaf off which we think does the Vine an injury. Will some one Well posted on the subject give us a few instructions probably our Young enter Psi big nurseryman or. J. W. Tet Rick w ill express Bis opinion on the subject. Or. Samuel Brown an old and respectable citizen of this township aged 75 years died Ettlie residence of his son in Laws or. A. In Tingle about two Miles North of Cambridge on the 20th ult. Or. Brown was Horn in Ireland and came to this county when but ahoy and had by his honest Strait Forward course made Many warm friends who will miss his presence Iii this world. He was a brother of or. Joseph Brown of this place. On last tuesday we were shown a device for soling sleds which will to a great extent do away with the laborious part of that vexing Job. The a a Bend is Metal with a socked end in which a scantling or pole is chucked and pinned on occupying but a few minutes to replace a worn out shoe Lloyd Selby esq., of Byesville this county is the inventor and Bas applied for a Patent. Every one to whom lie has shown the Model pronounce it just what every Farmer needs. Two excursion trains were run on a he m. P. A be c. Railroad last sunday for the Benefit of those who wished to attend hic a. M. E. Camp meeting at this place. Six conches from the South and five from the North were filled with passengers. A much larger crowd is expected next Sabbath. A number of Able ministers will be present. Among Tho number is Bishop Wayman of Baltimore excellent resolutions. The following resolutions should be Cut out and preserved resolved that As the Pricher depends upon his daily labor fora live Lili Ood i will therefore pay him All just dues. Resolved that t will take no paper that i will not pay for. Resolved that it i am now Iii arrears i will go immediately and pay up. Resolved that i will try to pay for my paper in Advance. All express messengers. The cause of this is a disagreement Between the b amp o Road and the express to. The cause of which we Are not informed. When companies begin to net the fool especially at such a precarious time As this it is time for new companies to Spring up composed of men of sense. What shall the people do now along the a o Road no freight no cup message and half the time no mail it seems As though some swelled head of a manager gets a Oil his earn then rears Hack Iii Pupil animus dignity and swears the world has got to Stop until his in flied leathers drop again. The country would be Well rid of such swells. The turks arc greatly discouraged. The russians Are marching steadily and directly into the vital parts of that country. Turkey is now willing to bold a convention to discuss her futurity. Austria and England is about to plunge headlong into to 6 fight to protect their interests they it Annot consent to let Russia enter constantinople hut she will probably occupy that City in spite of opposition. Russia is beginning to get mad enough to fight. Before it is time to go into Winter quarters Russia will have a vital halt on Turkey. The m. P. Amp c. Employees Are determined not to engage in the strike although they have been threatened by the strikers at both cuts of hic Road. If the men of the m a amp c want any help Thoy can get a thousand volunteers in a few hours notice. If they want to work there will be enough to see that they have that right to do so. Politics arc quiet my All Well pleased with in. I it a a ithe nominations at Washington up l it Quot a not excepted. J to met ones or Parma rom m. M. Knox has returned Home after an absence of Milt weeks minus a big toe and is dont Quot Well a frightful Accident occurred on Iii Quot farm of 8 Armstrong a horse ran off with the plow and broke Down a Row of Corn. The hew school House in Manton makes a line appearance. A. Ill. Uci hot to $60 to in i i Nellie ii ii ii f his i ill Nel in Pazicni me boil Tor mowing and stacking Hay or Straw wit bom extra charge to the Fanner. A 11 steels finished and tem pet cd by Mel is process to suit All kinds of soil. Medal award on All our Good exhibited Al the free. A. J. Mi.l18 a t o july Imp. Pittsburgh. Pig Cumberland. Several of our 1 armers arc done harvesting. Win. Howe starts to Day Mandaj for new Lurk City to look after Hie Nitzie to of the a neku Lone heirs. Thus n Muzzy is site feeble John Hindman astute better mrs Ann it Oner is is ill Apio logo around the House lint really no Heller. The youngest Chih of ii. In. Fois the is quite sick wit ii cholera , the excursion to Amla Iffie. Sunday was very poor y patronized we look or a Large crowd next sunday As the boys will run a train the lire is to cents for the round trip. Mls Darlington Bas got be material All on i Fie ground for a new store room. Or of Draper not to in behind in needed improvements has contracted with j ii l Rozier for a tin Roofo his entire House and store room. The Guernsey county s s Union holds irs Annuli session at. This place on the 14th, Firth and of Iii Days of Angust our people Are expecting a Large number from air Ira if of the county. A committee will be unpainted to receive delegates and assign them to places of entertainment. Sol no or. Unimpeachable testimony if # a Barge crowd is expected at the ame Camp meeting next Sabbath. Several Able ministers will be present. We have received a specimen of the a a Centennial cake and baking pan a and we find it a most Complete arrangement for All kinds of cake baking. Instead of being slanting sides this is straight the hoop part and lube being easily removed and no risk run Iii spoiling the cake by sticking to the sides. We also received a vegetable bolder in which you place the vegetables to be cooked set it into a pot and no danger of burning if Hie pot boils dry. The whole is lifted out Nice and dry. Address l. E. Brown amp co., 116 West 6th St. Cincinnati Ohio. These goods tire Likely to sell readily. Hartford items. Unavoidably omitted last week if ugh Campbell a applied for a Patent mowing machine Tongue. Ruben Wells expects to Start for Indiana Thiv week to sell Patent smoothing Iron j t. Corbett our i m Bas been on the sick list for a few Days. Mrs Ile Bocca Nickle has moved Back to town again. The m. E. And Ltd Benin Sabbath school have United tora Union school. The cemetery has grown up full of Weed Bushes a. Why not have it cleaned out Hartford against Tho world fir loafers it is said that some of them the loafers have their meals brought to them and they iou from morning till night. Geo. Marvis Iris returned from Colum Riis where tic has Ben spending a few Days Thomas f. Albin has returned again from Leipsic Putnam co Ohio. F l a or ack. In presenting the following letters to the Public we will Only Fay that they Are selected from a Large number which we arc constantly receiving Rem All sections. They Peak for themselves Aud should satisfy to c Mot sceptical of the value of Laws or ? curative Quot Piui Tzveta 4 Yakw. A a or Nix o., dec., i3f>. Com or men having suffered wife a ice Al via if be Mi-.--1 i it or a in years arc a Ca the Vino it Rem ii a e Civ i to Lett with Rule or a r a Kcf i was Induc cd t it try your Cervine l a r using 0n� bottle i Ara Oai iffy cured of rain i halt cps by still ar.-. It Ltd a. Cly Ern Ltd Clio i t diva o Felt v the system we c t i lava Cutry c fiddle i believe a Aiea i ibo a in re sob. Go Ani Bridger Market. Corrected week in by j. J. . I 1877, flour it Naif cd. Wheat # Bushel. Corn $ Bushel. Gats Bushel. Meal cd Bushel. Eggs dozen. Feathers Poi my. Sorghum gallon. Viloney Pound. Salt $ barrel Mcilyar and win the republicans or Muski Ngum county placed in nomination the following ticket last week representative Hon. L Ransbo auditor w. Ii. Hurd commissioner Thomas Griffith prosecuting attorney Dias. Baird treasurer h. A. Montgomery infirmary director George Gardiner Coroner j j. James. The convention also endorsed president ii ayes Southern policy. About tour Hundred Are enrolled in the Cambridge vigilant club and divided into companies a by and d. Twenty patrol the town every night divided into ten sections. This will be continued for some time vet. A card. I hereby give notice to my old customers and the Public generally that i intend opening a first class clothing store again in Cambridge on the first of september nearly opposite my old stand. My goods will be bought for Cash from the Best Eastern manufacturers and Cash will buy i hem from me at a yer Small profit. A Toun Rainey Cambridge aug 2nd. 3w Providence r. I. April 7, �?T74. Peter Lawson is within my knowledge that your curative cured a do cited Case of dyspepsia. The person by my advice used it taking a dose morning and evening Iii a Little Waer. In two weeks every vestige of to disease bad disappeared. It was a Caso of five months standing. Yours truly w. Hilton supt. P. Amp w. R. R. It. M. Green agent. Shoo$1.25 to 1.5040cof 50c25 to a c 0 a 10c50c 60 to 70c .20c$1 25 to 1.40 tallow poll in 1. 7c Juni of to 12> by Torp Sundfor prune Lilc chickens dozen.$2.00to 2 40 shoulders # Pound.8 to 10c flags Pound. 12 in 14c sides Clear pounds a 2e sides rib Pound. A. Sui of. Rags it pc Clover seed is Bushel. $8.00 Timothy seed$ flaxseed 50 dried apples4c dried peaches to to i i it Rich peaches pared Pound 18c Kentucky Blue grass$1 25 diehard grass. $3 00 new advertise merits. Sciatic rheumatism. , it., Der. Cart to r?.5. Gentlemen a i cd Iro a Rialto a Fegan Iii Quot Tho it f cur Ive who Raftie. I set Fin. ,1 intensely try Anont let with or fan to naturally tried All the Moi lev l could Lear tithe Quot the a Tilers Cwa 1? no carve to the conclusion there was i Ortice Fie i. J vis persuaded Fili ally to g pc your curative it thorough trial to Ole who ii. I-1 Cubi Unuk a r commenced applying the Surat be air earn a Iris direction a id in a weeks time i n in free in r pain an i Well i firmly believe every Raset hot a Sui i i yid i Rev Lawson s curative sue 1. Be used freely Aud persistently asyl in direct. A pcs. H. Brow r. Tylij hnport.w1cc5 of the tar Oroal a a f themed refine cannot be too strongly impressed on the patients it will dire every Tan ? when used As we direct. See circular around each bottler. Sore Throat. no la nov sad,-156, the Lawson chemist to gentlemen of Wax in derail terribly with Sot Throat the evening i Iuit old of ? you As to c i recollect. After a it that frequently a in Quot the night sea per direction i found thai / morning i v As almost entirely relieved. A f r cursive proved so effective in my ease f Fin. J taken pleasure in recommending it to y Friend and f shall continue to advertise its merits. It Ruly yours Allih Beardsley. Nervous he Adachi. , j1., of for. Sift sc76. It Lenlie Inen pm y i e has treed your curative f a nervous i leads he. I the result was . We would net to without it. \ cry respectfully i. C. Ii kckm4n�?T, a Sec. M. La. Ca. It psf or a Morgan raid claims a la clams Foh property taken ill by Tho United states troops enga Ped Iii tile Pursuit of Morgan and known As the a Morgan raid claim a can now be collected. All persons Bolding or who Are interested in such claims should at once address John Kirkpatrick government claim agent Cambridge Ohio. Who will secure speedy settlement of toe claims. Aug 2-11. Dissolution notice. A dissolution of the firm of Marsh. Loopman a it rings Toon place on monday. July pith by Mutual consent. The books of the firm Quot Are in the bands of at their old stand for settlement. All persons knowing themselves indebted to the above firm will please Call Anil Settle. Thase having claims will present them for adjustment. T. C. Marsh Isaac Hoopman july 26 1877-2w. E c. Riggs n too in. 7 by gentlemen Fri be to my dianiiluta.2a for the Relief your c Ira fit pave my . Shot i itched wife dyspepsia two years a very. R doses taken As Yon directed caused the fun i cease. Her food does not distress bes , Nettlie is fee troubled with nausea. We have Ivery Renso to fsr i Cise tired. J no. In. Madigan. If any clout to. I regard to the Bene to he derived from the use of Lawson it a curative among those who Are suffering from headache Toothache Cli Illina diphtheria sore Throat Catarrh Dys Pupala bum a scalds Etc., we thou Al by pleased to answer any inquiries Iii person or by letter sold by All druggists pigs. One Dollar per bottle. G bottles for $5.00 prepared by Lawson chemical ca., Mcl. Jim. From society journal. A miss s appeared to positive disadvantage because of cloudiness of complexion anti must we write it a pimples spoiling an otherwise Beautiful countenance she should by All Means procure and use or. Bulls blood mixture. Rep advertised letters. Remaining in the Cambridge Post office uncalled for july 28tli, 1877 Mir Virginia e Carlow. Miss Mary e Holmes s a per miss Rhod a Smith mrs Jane Taylor and j wig Gans. Persons calling for Tho above letters will say i. I. Taylor. P. M. Tickets for. The comp meeting at Tho Gates Only to cents for each person and each horse. Season tickets on in 30 cents at Davis grocery and Osier drugs store. Building lot for Sale. A splendid building lot on Steubenville Street within a half Square of the Union school Bui Doig and Post office. Has on it a Good assortment of Apple peach Cherry and Plum Trees. Terms Liberal. For information address or Csoll at r. M. Greens drug store Jill 19-1877-tf. Cambridge Ohio. If you want handbills of you want envelopes if you want coloured work if Yon want business cards if you want neat Bill beads ii you want tasty letter Heads if you want Nice visiting cards if you want an. Kind of Job work leave your order at the news office and have it executed with neatness and dispatch. A Farmer named Niluben White while cutting Oats in a Field near Washington court House Cut through a nest of bees. His horses maddened by the stings of the insects threw him from his seat before the sickle Llu was so badly mangled that he died in a few minutes. Markets. New York. Cotton�?12 to 12 flour Dull superfine western�?$�25 a 5 65 common to Good extra�?$5 85 @ 6.15 extra $6.40 @ 6.65 extra Ohio 5.90 @ 8,13 wheat�?$1.30 @ 1.40 corny 59 @ 60 oats�?30 a 50 Coffee Rio 16% @ 20% Gold. Sugar fair to Good a 8% @ 9% eggs�?14 @ 16 Lai d a 9 @ to butter to @ 22. Cincinnati livestock Market. Cattle�?common�?2% @ 3% fair 3% @ 4% choice�?4% % 5% hogs receipts Light common $4 50 @ 475 fair�?$490 @ 5 15�?select butchers�?$5 to @ 5 20. Sheep�?common�?2>.<@ 3 Good 3% @ 4%. R Altimore. Pork�?$15 @ l5.25 shoulders�?6f4 a 7% Clear rib�?6% to 8% hams 12t� 13. Lard to % 10% butter 16 @19. Brick for Sale go. In Grier offers Blick Lur Sale at the following prices paving Brick delivered $6 per 1,000. At the Kiln $5 o Chimney , $1 75, at the Kiln pressed Mirk. $15co per thousand Ltd in of hic Kiln it Oliverc Ltd at tile oars. $5 50. A it less Geo. In Grier. July 5 if. Cambridge Ohio. The Seaside Library Choice Hooks no longer for the few Only the Best Standard novel within the reach of every one. Books usually sold i rom $1 to $3 Given unchanged and unabridged for la and 20 cents 1 a East Lynne by mrs. Henry Wood i double no 20c 2 a a John i full itly. Gentlemen by miss Airlock double no j ape. 3 a a Jane Eyre by Chari Otto Bronte double nod 20. 4 a a woman haters Charles readers new novel double no 20. 5 a the Black indies Jutes Verne a last new novel single no 10c. 6 a the last Days of in of pics by sir Edward Sulwer Lytton single no 10e. 7 a Madam Bede by George Elliot double no a inc 8 a the Arundel motto by Mary Cee ii Hay single no 1 ii. 10 a the woman in White by Wilkie Collins Roubic no 2b. 11 a the Milt on the floss by George Elle double no 2t�e. 12 a the american senator by at Home Tiol tape. Double no 20c 13 a a Princess of by will Bam Black double no a a Abc 14 a the dead secret by Iyih Kite Collins single no Rifle 15 Komola by go. Elliot single no Tho 16 a the English at the North by Hiles Verne single no toe 17 a hidden perils by Marv Cecil Hay san Gle no a j in. 18 Barbara s history by a in Chi a b. By i wards. Double no 20c, lit Quot a terrible. Temptation by has read Ingle not Jaq. 20 a old curiosity shop by Dias Dickens Doub e no ape for Sale by All Towk sol revs awl new dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of Price or George Monroe publisher �?~,1 23. And 2> Vandewater St n t i o Box 5657 july 26 a of Send Fok Iti the san Juan prospector pub lifted at Del Norte. It lok a to gives weekly re am reports from every mining Camp in the omit so a Juan county. Is Thon roughly Reli Able and those desiring information coi Poeih ing the richest Mineral licit in the world should not fall to subscribe for it. Terms $3t per Vear $1 50 for six month. Single copies ten cents invariably in Advance every subscriber Iii a a will be Given a specimen of oijuhri8ilnek Ore from any mice which May lie named or if no name is Given a specimen will be sent front the Annie or Queen in the Summit District Rio Grande. Gold Hill Belle of the West Lake District Del Norte lode in Burrows Park wheel of Fortune in Ngom Pangre Aspen in liner Animas Napoleon in Park Potosi it Snel Fles Emma Alamosa. Del Norte is the Gateway to the san Jan country and its base of supplies tourists make bit City the a Headquarters. A Pierson with a few Hundred dollars eau it properly invested become a millionaire. Address Cuch ran a Alexander. Del Norte. Colorado. Cd inf is not easily Carnet in these times hut d i i i it can be made in three months by Quot Quot any one of either sex. In any part 01 the country who is willing to work steadily at the employment that we $66 per week in your own town. You need not lie away from Home Over night Yon can give Yow whole time to the work or Only spare moments. It costs nothing to lit the business. Terms and $5 outfit free. Address at once ii. Hallett a cg., Portland Maine. Apr 5-Tmyl agents wanted to canvass for tub Best Selling liniment in the world. Lively agents can make from amp the $10per Day. Terms free. Address go. W t. Carothers. Sep 7-Jy. P. O Bex 40. Cam Bridge. O or. J. A jokes Mas him of by mis carpet factory i to1 the property of or. J. C. We sri Kun. Of Tho National Road Ai few Rod Emit of Cann Bridge. And Midway Between the toll Gate a no Cambridge where he can be Frond at All times. In Readin is to w eave rag carpels on Short not fee and in fire mess a pro Ved style Ait Ovi levs Pel t att j. Of my Fly res will in. A. attended to Quot it. Apr 5-�?T77-tf fresh meat i a e. Martin would no Pori the beef eaters Rdv . That he wipe Reep of it hands a Good stuck of a Al kind of Mead in its season Ami will Elt a Tut Rejno Tawe rates. Shop Muter Roung a store Silty nil. Teachers examination the Guernsey Kornily dotted of exam were will meet for the exam Ibatici of Tiac. Hers a follows r�?1st sat finery in March april May j june and july. saturday in March april Anc May. Examinations will Fregis pro Aff p try at 9 cd lock a. M. A Tiff Aero by pm refers of or or Sieh arse Ter will to required in All eases. Examination kill be held with closed doors John Mcburney. Rolands. Frame. John a. Blk is sep.t5.ir74 oct.5�?T76tf. Examinee. A Max of a thousand. Having Dhuy Overe a a manner which might be considered almost providential a poro Ive euro for cow no 1 a Tion and All lung complaints i feel it my linty to make it known in a practical manner by furnishing a Sample bottle tree of charge to of sufferers my Only hoi out of remuneration being that i i Medicine will perform All i claim for it the ingredient Are of the herbal products and perfectly Safe will be sent Forf. To All address at once. Die it Phelps Brown 2 j grand Street Jersey City n.j., of May be had of g. Ai. In Knall Senecaville. Mar Kly r ii. B. Likes. Frank Purcell likes amp Purcell painters Cambridge Ohio. Louse painting training glazing paper hanging and Calci mining Tome loonies. Also great care taken in Ziffling flown carpet with Ford s Parent carpet Stretcher. A in shoo in he basement of times Block. Mai.2-tf Ihyo is debility. \ ital weak is or Depris amp Ioa. A weak sex handled feeling no Energy or courage the result of menial Over work indiscretion or excesses or sonic Drain upon the system is Ai ways clued by Humphreys homeopathic specific no 28. Blk House Point pleasant Ohio. a Fruct. A a i j i or of live vials and 421x1 Vigo of in not sew est frown Etc. J 1 1>.v mail pm receipt Al Prier my j dress in a it Mph re a it homeopathic or in Juvva Tiki. Connected with hit puny. Life Fulton Quot i Cit. New wok. V vc5 a an it i a borates the system Dis per.? the gloom and despondency Imp is strength and Energy a stops the Drain and rejuvenates the entire Man. Been used Twenty ears with perfect Success by than ads. Soh by dealers Price $1 by per single vial or �5.�4 Bop Twood stabling House. Dei. 6,1815 Kun. I mat feet la in a i 4

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