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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1880, Cambridge, Ohio Railroad Timp. Cards Pittsl Margh Cincinnati Louis try. I an la a n Ole Houth. Amp St. Going Kast. Stations. I no. I no. 3 no. 7 no 5 j. Pc. Columbus. 112 35pi1 a 50a it 1 air. Newark. I i 33 a to 1&Quot a 2 of a Dresden Jim i 2 28 a to 39 a 2 51 a Coshocton. 2 55 a i 32 a 3 13 a n. It on Cost in i 3 24 a j 2 of it i 3 47 a i Wash in Gin ii 47 a Uhrichsville. A. I. Pen Nison. 4 05 a i 15pn 4 30 a Cadiz. 4 51 a 2 09 a Steubenville 5 50 a i 3 20 a 6 05 a Mansfield. 7 07 a 3 30 a Arr. J Utah urge 7 35 a5 00 a 7 50 a Harrisburg h 4 00am 3 55 pm Baltimore. 7 40 a. 7 85 a Wash Nguot. 9 of a i. 9 07 a Philadelphia 7 40 a 7 20 a no w y Ort. To 35 m Ioos a Boston. 8 30pm j8 00am i going West. St tons. No 6. J no. To. No. 2 to. 4 Lac. Pittsburgh. La 35pm a 30 Iii 3 50 pm j7 25ain Mayfield 4 35 a a 7 30 a a Steubenville i 20am to 12 a 6 to a 9 50 a a Cadiz june. La 05 a t 7 21 a a to 45 a Dennison o 3 12 Toni 8 45 a 12 10pm Uhrichsville 8 3> a 12 37 a p washings 8 f,8 a i 20 a a n 3 31 a 12 36pm is 27 a a i 25 a Coshocton. 4 of a i 05 to it 2 a 3 47 a a Dresden Jim 4 14 a i 25 a a to 14 a 5 04 a a Newark. 5 to a 2 18 a ill 35 6 55 a a or. Columbus. J to 20 a3 20 a a i i 12 Rani 9 50 a Lac. I j Columbus. I 0 30a Iii j 3 40pm j 11 15am j to ill a or. L Ondon. 7 22 a 4 37 a a 2 12 a a la of a Xenia. 8 25 5 37 a a 8 20 a a 12 10pm Springfield. To to a s 25 a a Dav ton. 6 35 a 7 15 a 1 of Quot a Cincinnati la to a 8 <>0 a a 6 30 8 of a Urbana. A 8 05 a i 5 15 1i 54am Piqua. I 8 As a i 6 08 a a. I 2 16 a Richmond. I 0 ,3 a 7 55 a a 2 58 a a ii Din Napoli 12 55nm 1 i the 2 55 a a i Ransport. I 2 30 a 3 00amh Ca 8 30 a 7 3u the Cambridge news Thos w. Ogier thursday morning local editor i b. 5til, 1880. Miss la lira Jefferson is sick of typhoid lever. Everybody Chews tag tobacco. Be Imbler a lied the package paddlers Are in i his county. Beware. J. F. Moss amp co., Sells Venables red tag Navy. Coal is delivered for five cents per Bushel at Barnesville. Lovers of the Weed should try Venables red tag Navy. The disciples Church Barnesville is looking for a pastor. Try Venables red tag Navy and you will Chew no other. Zanesville is trying to secure a free delivery postal system. Bulter is scarce in this Market and commands a Good Price. Venables red tag Navy is the finest Chew in the world. Baled Hay sold in Zanesville the other Day at $20 a ton. Ask Vona grocer for Venables celebrated red tag tobacco. Where Maple Trees have been tap Ped the sap flows freely. Much of Hie tobacco in and around Senecaville remains unsold. The real estate Market in this county is showing signs of activity. Auditor Boden has received vol. 2, two Hundred and sixteen marriage licenses have been issued by judge Veunon since his term of office be Gan. T. Ii. Scott of Pana Illinois Lias been visiting friends and the scenes of other Days in this county this week. Binford Jackson of the m. P. To c. Railroad office Here has accepted a position on the same Road at Belle v Alley. There were sixty nine deeds recorded in this county since the fifth of january transferring property valued at $65,869. Mrs. Samuel Tannehil of Washington township was in Zanesville last Ween to have a Cataract removed from one of Lier eyes. A course of Public lectures on Anatomy and physiology is being Given in College Hall new Concord by professor Mccleary. Or e. P. Davis of Linton Mills is suffering so much from lung disease that methinks Ofie moving to some mountainous Region a Little daughter of Aaron Morris of i. Ephraim was scalded to death the other Day by the upsetting upon it of a Kettle of boiling water. A Polar wave struck this Region sunday and on monday evening Snow flakes began to descend thick and fast continuing until tuesday afternoon when the ground was covered to a depth of from six to eight inches. It being the first wooden wedding. Our court Calendar. More than Hall a Hundred invited below we give the cases pending in guests assembled at the residence of our common pleas court together or. And mrs. J. S. Nichols on Steu wit i their assignment for hearing As Benville Street last wednesday even bar As such has been made which will lug to celebrate the fifth anniversary of their marriage. The occasion was Good Snow of the season owners of one of much pleasure As was Evi sleighs took advantage of it and the j Deuce by the Broad smiles that play Jingle of Bells was heard on every i de Over the countenances of men and Side. There Are eight applications for divorce to be tried at the next term of common pleas court which begins the 17th, namely Henry Coffman is Rebecca a. Coffman m. It. Patterson is Josephine Patterson Mary Cross is w. 13. Cross James Larri son is Margaret a. I Arrison j. W. Arnold is Mary Arnold Nancy m. Wiley is John a. Wiley Joseph i Cli Hack is Martha Deli Back Isaiah Wright is Margaret Wright. Daily. I daily except sunday. No it 5 and 2 connect at Mansfield for can non Burg Washington. I i and All Points on chartion s Valley hallway nos. I. 7. 5 Loand 2, connect at Cadiz Junction for Cadiz nos 6 and to connect at Dresden Junction for Zanesville and Points on the the c. A Al v. Hail Way. Pullman drawing room and sleeping cars run through without change from Columbus to j of the revised statutes of Ohio Pitts cur. Ii Philadelphia and new York. Parlor and sleeping cat s from Pitt Burgh to 111-Timoie and Washington t Sty without change. Seeking car. From Pittsburgh to c cd innate Louisville Indianapolis and St. I oui Aud from col to minis to Chicago without change. Trains run by a of Nyhus time. Winch is is minutes slower than Pittsburgh time w. L it it ii Rien Gene a passenger and ticket agent. D. W. Caldwell general manager. General offices unlit my us Ohio. Cleve land Tuscarawas Valley cd Wheeling railway. Goin to oui. Exp commissioner Hose bus leased the Roseman farm near Fairview. W. R Moore of Lone Rook wis., is visiting relatives in this county. The Spencer a township teachers association will hold a meeting at Cumberland next saturday. Interesting subjects will he discussed. Notwithstanding the unlimited in dilation of Black diamonds Iii this Vicinity Many Coal houses Are empty and the article is in Good demand. The Noble county grand jury found fifteen Hills of indictment at their recent sitting eleven of which were for violations of the liquor Law. Twenty nine mortgages have been recorded by recorder Thomas since his induction into office with the a rather singular Case came before Squire Carpenter monday evening in which Henry Mcquaide who is a labourer on the b amp o. Railroad charged William Hutchison with an unlawful attachment of his wages amounting to Over $30 in the West Virginia courts. An examination was waived and or. Hutchison gave Bond in $100 for his appearance of i the next term of court. The Section under which the suit was brought can he found in Laws of Ohio vol. 75, Page 517. T. Marsh has just received a cargo of 20,000 pounds of extra selected eed and Kentucky loaf tobacco which he d manufacturing As fast As his Large Force can handle it. Twelve years close attention to the w nos of his customers has Given him the largest Trade in the state and Al-1 Hough temporarily embarrassed he is pleased to announce that he is again on deck arid his orders constantly increasing. The finest Stock of chewing tone r., to ii a 7amount of consideration fixed $26 in Cambridge constantly on hand i he Bellaire Leader has suspended Black River. Am. 3 55ji.ni 6 45a. In t-1yriaa a 4 2 t a a 7 22 a Leveland. 7 15 a 3 .45 a a. Rafton. S 30 a a 5.co a a 9.15 a a i Tisso 119 38 a a i <i5 a a 12 15 pm Viarn ick. 10. 3 a a 6 33 a i 40�?o 5 a it it icon. 10 32 7.113 a a 3 35 a t Over. 11-21 Quot 8 in 5 40 a a cd pm Filadelphi i 11 33 8 10 a 6 05 a a Bri Cliville. La 54atn 8 40 7 00 going North. Hrich it Vitle 5 2 a an it. I 45p.m 6 3<>a Iii a cd Philadelphia 5 12 a a 2 1it 70 a a Mer. 5 52 a a 2 20 it 8 15 a t Silon. 6 45 3 25 a 11 15 a a \ Arwick. 7 16 a a 4 00 12.3 up. In. Sell. 7 14 4 33 a a 1 45 i . 8 52 5 52 a 4 50 a it Ucland. 10 15 a a 7 10 a a i in. 9 32 a a 6 43 a r ack River. 9 55 a. A 7 15 a a la trains daily. Sundays excepted coaches a n to and Iron Clove Arni w Ithol change. I Onuki tons. At Cleves Ami with last trains for the East t Elyria with l s. So Ai 8 railway Lor san a a by. Toledo Chicago a at oration witha. A i railway Tor Indianapolis. St i mis and the West. At Riesel i with a. A g. Railway for Akron. Ashland. Al Warwick with a. At v. A c railway for ? t Verona and Columbus at Mas Ilon with j. E w a c railway for Canton. Alliance t a Noster. A. At Dover with Alp. A. Rail i a for i am Bridge. Marietta and Parkersburg a i Uhrichsville with p. A St i. 1 to ii Way for Tim Benville. Coshocton. Zanesville a. Oscar Townsend. Gene a manager. W. A. Card superintendent. Publication for the Lack of support. The length of the Days this week Are ten hours and eighteen minutes. . Arrick has been re elected a Justice of Hie peace at Hendrus Borg. Ii. T. Suddith of this place is a contribute to Waverly Magazine. De. Poland the desperado of Linton Mills has at last been captured. W. B. Cosgrave amp co., is Headquarters Tor Venables famous red Tao Navy. Or. Patterson of Washington is now engaged in the manufacture of pills. Samuel Shattuck of Summerfield indulged too freely in the sheriff sold the Griffith estate saturday in accordance with a de Cambridge j Creo ii partition 160 acres of which whiskey last wednesday and had to located in Jefferson township was five dollars and costs for his purchased by Elijah Warne 80 acres min a in wills township by mrs. E. G. John Cunningham and wife of Purdum and 103 acres in the same Mattoon Illinois who have been township was bought by e. A. Pm visiting friends in and about Antr in Durn. Kezin Griffith also purchased returned to their Western Home tues 80 acres of tile same tract. Besides these 40 acres belonging to Sarah Henderson Iii Knox township was women and the merry laughter that 1 j pervaded room anti Hall. The Host and hostess were the recipients of j Hearty congratulations and numerous presents among which was noticed a Large Patent easy Rocker Camp chair Marble top Center table a Wash stand several smaller stands Mirror with comb Case and Towel rack attached Cedar buckets rolling pins waiters brackets Large and Small Plain and fancy match safes Combs and brushes work Basket Oil paintings chromes and several other framed pictures besides other articles of which space forbids a More extended or minute description. A prominent feature of the evenings entertainment and one most conducive to Lite Comfort of the inner i Man was a Bountiful collation of Del i icicles that was partaken of with a j relish. After refreshments Yvere set Ved several hours were spent in amusements of different kinds when a separation took place not however before expressions of satisfaction wer manifested from every Quarter. Among the visitors from abroad were miss Lizzie Charnock of Wheeling w. Va., bridesmaid of the marriage mrs. Sarah Beymer of the same place or. And mrs m. A. Brown and or and mrs. John Stormont of new Concord. Done to forget the 4�?~spy of Atlanta thursday and Friday nights. It promises to be an entertainment worthy of patronage. Tile lecture on a a agriculture recently delivered by the professors of Ohio University before the stale Board of agriculture will he embodied Iii the annual report of that Board. Day. W. M. Cunningham superintend Cut of the infirmary will probably locale at Winchester iud., after his j retirement from the position he now holds. T he Timber is being prepared Foi the new presbyterian Church at lore i City. The Light made by the Bloomfield fire saturday night was seen at this Pine \ a vicious Hull attacked w. A self of the neighbourhood of new Concord the other Day Ami he received a i broken Arm besides other severe injuries. Sold to David a Bender and 65 acres situated in wills township heretofore belonging to a a chess Purdum to Jacob Wirick. Janu s i Finley of Cameron w. _va., Lins purchased the interests of a prof. Mcclelland will remove from p. Sinf incr and Henry Bai Kin in the Marietta Pittsburgh amp Cleveland rail Road. A Ding North going sol it ii. Com is a stations exp a com in ill Sii ii in ii to 7 30 mat Octta 7 15 4 45 9 48 9 28 Caldwell 5 18 i 30 56 to 11 it pleasant 4 36 12 33 to 19 Seneca Lane 4 so a in i 21 in 25 Byesville 4 23 12 13 9 45 to 42 Cambridge 4 of to 45 i in of 52 it �1 d hams 3 51 to 25 i 16 la 2 a1 Iller 3 g la of i 40 la 15 Kim Bol ton 3 32 9 46 3 17 la 30 Birds run 3 17 9 in i 111. 4 to 12 05 Newcomerstown 2 59 s 38 5 401 i to i Lover 2 to 45 7 so Seveland i i 5 30 Pittsburgh i a. M 7 35 i Hil Adolphia to 35 new a of k Senecaville Spring. Local id we 11 in the i dry goods store of Shafiuel i amp co. Ii Eviller a huge land slide is threatening senator Atkinson has introduced a the b. Amp o. Railroad near Spencer a i Bill Iii the legislature asking for an a Acron at inn train Ria ii j leaves Cam Ridge Al 5 4u a. In and a a rive at Marietta at to 45 a Iii returning i eave Al Ariel to 2 45 p. In i my arrives at Caner Mac at 6 55 p in. A a Baltimore amp Ohio bail Road. Going a is going w St. Fast fast Acom Ftp stations exp f. Ups acc a. In p in. I b in a in. La in firn 12 25 ii of Columbus 5 50 3 to j a. In 6 05 i 55 12 35 Newa re 4 15 i 25 la 35 7 13 3 0 i 40 Zanesville 3 la 12 20 8 25 i a n til 8 14 4 of 2 38 it Ambridge 5�?~ 11 to 7 05 0 18 5 to 3 85 Barnesville i 59 to 07 5 57 j it in. 6 30, 4 50 Bellaire 11 50 8 50 4 to i 7 35 5 55 Wheeling. La 35 8 25 4 25station i lie wife of prof. Brooks of Linton Mills died the other Day of heart d i Case. Samuel Linn in old resident of Westland township is lying dangerously ill. Mercury has been leu in the cold All Winier Andzs to never once made his acquaintance. A Bill has been introduced in the legislature to make february 22nd a Legal Holiday. Farmers and All Labouring clashes save Money by chewing Venables led tag Navy. Elias i Driek of Winchester suf i fers from a wound on his foot produced by an axe. A Good Tough lasting Chew is the cheapest Iii the end. You get that in Venables red tag Navy. Additional appropriation of $50,000 to build Guernsey county a new court 11 ouse. William Wilkin of Londonderry township has been appointed superintendent of the infirmary and will take charge of that institution about the first of March. Maud Boyd a Bright Little Bloomfield was the scene of the wildest excitement la-1 saturday night arising from a tire that con i sliced a Good House in which resided John Bain and his family. The fire was first discovered Between 9 and to of clock and gained to rapidly that it was with the greatest difficulty that any of i lie household goods could be saved. As it was a shot gun valued at $50 besides several trunks Lull of clothes and All their canned fruit were deployed. Flying Sparks ignited a half dozen buildings. All of which though on fire at the same time were saved. A Deled Ive Hue caused the mischief. The residence of Matthew m. Knox in Adams township was invaded on t tuesday of last week during the night season by a crowd of persons. A laugh who proceeded to take Possession of Tor of John Boyd of this place aged i the premises Aud informed Hugh Wilson of Mexico mo., a former Well known resident of this county who Lias been suffering from partial blindness for a Long time had an operation performed on one of his eyes recently and by it has recovered the is Gilt of that one. Miss. Moses Glass of near Cumberland returned Home saturday after a pleasant visit to her sister mrs. J. It. Downer in this place. Or Sarah Shriver accompanied her Home and will remain there visiting for several weeks. The county commissioners were in session tuesday and wednesday awarding contracts for the construction of four additional cells in the jail and for furnishing Stone along the National Road. Nothing was done regarding the new court House. The Temperance meeting at the a. M. E. Church last Sabbath after noon was Well attended and considerable interest manifested. The next meeting will he held at the Baptist Church Sabbath afternoon at which mite i interest the news readers civil a apes. Wedge Date february is Beymer is ii j Clark it Al ii sir i on soc rest is Madison Secrest. W i Turnbaugh is Mary turn bullshit a1. Re. Clark is Conrad Rey Meret Al. State of of in is Herman Shultz. Conrad Beymer is it j Clark it Al Mary a Waterman is Jane Atkinson it a1. Thomas Mendenhall is m Rac it it co Wellington Stephens a a m p a c r it co. ii Star Huck is Henry Popham. Ezekiel la inns n l nor is Jackson rums it Al. M a Creighton it a1 is f e Johnson it a1. J Vav Davis is e it no vecs red my a. Jane Starr is James St Lieret a1, j c Henderson is William Henderson it a1. Robert Chamois is Lem Reasoner it Al. George Hill adm rvs a j Ihm it a1. James is Eleanor rates Etal. Davit Henderson is a t Mcpherson it a1 Cambridge r a l association is Gooderl adm It k Powell is s it Turner it a1. Lucy Marling Adin x is William Mcilyar. Thursday. Feb. 19.h a Henry Coffman is Rebecca a c Offman j ii. Button adm rvs r e Phelps Etal. John Ainoi e is fumes St it Lair it Al. John Moore is ii c doll Iso i it Al. Joseph Adams is Annie e Burgess it a1. Joseph Miller it a1 is we Ralston it Al Elizabeth per e Speer cd a1. Elizabeth Sherrard attn a a is Paul i Errard it Al. Saint la Follett is Henry Coffman. William Hyde is Thomas Ruth adm a Grover a Baker sewing machine co is s a Hogue it a1. G b Meek it Al is j j Johnson. W k gooder Adin r is Frank nyce it a1. State of Ohio is olm Alloway it a1. Joseph Stevenson is James Boyd it Al. Friday fell 20th.�? it w Hanna is Jam s Caldwell. Thomas Ruth executor is Eli a the Mills it a1. Robert Johnson is Elizabeth Mills win Blair is win Mason. It w Anderson it Al is j i recoil a Bros. Louisa Dun Ford is a Depew Etal j or Arnold is in x Cowden it Al. Jane Carey it Al is Joseph Miller of a1 Margaret Paden is Aaron Lnzadder it Al. M it Patterson a it Josephine Patterson Samuel i me ii a Fley is Hamilton Warden. Mary crosses i w b Cross. Alexander Cook is Jacob Fisher. John Burnett is win Thomas first National bunk of Cambridge is j t Buchanan a company. Monday Fen 23rd.�? Jacob Shaffer is Henry Ray Lor it Al. In Eagleton is doctor Wharton. Ii ii Roberta is Reuben Garber it a1. Xiv m Hutchison is Thomas Starr it Al. Tuesday fell 24th.�? Chri Tunu Chaffer is w a Boyd. Margaret e shores is Lulu Moll rim it a1. Cynthia Cunningham is lid i Ward Cunningham. Bim the a Speer by s Potts her go r ran is Peter Haas it Al. J m Mckitrick sheriff is Francis Davis. M a Daugherty it a1 is Joseph 11 ugh s it a1. James Miskinis Nii is is Arab Hondo son it til. Mar h Loop Man a Riggs is j to Rikoff trustees wills township is John Mcmullen Etal. I a Frame is Thomas Mendenhall it a1. Win Willis is m Todriek we Boden is John m Ault it a1. Wednesday fell 25th.-.state of Ohio is we Rimer it a1, state of Ohio is Joseph j la it a1 James Mcdowell is j Vav Cochran James Mckitrick it a1 is Ann pick trick Etal. Martha Hall is Janies Mckitrick j b Hollingsworth is b i Pumphrey it a1. I a Vav Olson is Vvs k Gooderl adm a. Ann Williams add no a is la c Secrest it a1. We Boden is a j. Dawson it Al. J ii Hollingsworth is Mary k Judon tied. N r Morgan adm rvs John Bell i Xiv. Hoopman is t j Marsh it a1. Andrew Mccleary is Ltd la Mccartney it a1. Vvs in gooder adm rvs Jonathan Long. Minnie Singer is win Cummins Xiv l Wilson is Elias so in net Etal. James likes is Samuel Henderson it a1, same Forbes a Boyd Forbes it a1, Lviv Gooderl adm rvs a Vvs in Lawrence it Al. Jennie Don Ina it a1 is j Greenleaf a Compa ii v. Thursday Felt 26th.�?leona Bell Griffith e a1 is Bezzi a Griffith it a1. Robert my Burma is James Clark. F m Atkinson Assignee a la its Mendenhall. C Holloway it Alvvs a Holloway it a1 i Vav Hoopman it e c Biggs it Al Michael Ted Rick is Vern Gillis jus Lam is Margarct a Larri on. ii Gilkison is a c Barrett it Al. Friday feb. 27th�?michigan Mutual Lite in. I Ranee company is Vav. P. Britton it a1 Guernsey National Bank is a. Mccartney Etal George Connor it Al Msj Spaid. Jennie Doudna is j. Greenleaf a co. Elizabeth v Ancy is Vern Hosick. Wellington Stephens is Mary in Dunham it Al. J Vav Arnold is Mary Arnold. J a Bond is Charles Bond Cary a1 cd loll my it Al is a Depew. W a Boyd v Christena Shuffi or Vav m Siens is Richard Dickenson it Al. Jason Doudna it a1 is Elizabeth Holloway it a1. To be assigned a Hudson is ill Lara Dawson Etal. J a Hudson is Davis Wilson Cleb Bilker is t Wells it a1, Sarah a Fred is ii g Secrest. Is c Biggs is i Vav Hoopman Etal j Vav m ii Lerus executor is j Vav Miller Crai. Ill Lara a Fairview. The protracted meeting at Hie m k. Church Iii closed last Friday with but one addition to the Church. Or. Benjamin reyolds who resides North of this place is very Low with consumption. He is not expected to recover. David Vav St a the noted Hoot maker of this place who is nearly eighty years of age was dangerously Hurt last week by falling a off a Load it Straw he was hauling his in my ies Are internal and it is not thought he eau recover. Pro Fieri in a Phreno logical lecturer gave a Soi is of lectures at Gardiner Hall lat week. Many took the no kit it Andy to get rid of a Dollar and to nil out for what they were intended and what was stranger than All some were nut i i in pleased with the natural endowments Oina n re miss Jenny Mcpherson of am Ridge is visiting her Mony friends Here or. Robert Gardiner is returned from Scio College. The average attendance of la m a Sabbath school for hic month of january a eighty a s. I. Cumberland. A it in prospects of an Extension of the e o r Vav k i in to a Quot Quot nit Lavilla is Good the people along the one say they will give it Hie needed amount of Cash to secure the Road now let a a lung inn and Senecaville Goto work and Dof Oid Road will soon he running in that direction. A few of the Young folks organic d a dramatic a social Ion to give an Antei Tainan edit in he near future prof. Woods wife leaves i m Morristown to Day to meet her brother who has been in Europe for tile last three years. Or Finley is a pc sick. John Thompson better. Or. Crow is not so Well James a Lair is Well and was up to town saturday. Cia in co 10,0,1 festival was not a Success Anan mrs James . Of Zanesville and Here a Quier of Kansas City. Re visiting mumps Are still plenty. We think there will he enough to go around. When you Ake Oti. G Good reliable first class goods is men s a and boys Cambridge Market. By j. O. Mcilyar and corrected weekly j f. Moss a co. Floin it oar re i. Wheat it Bushel. I Corn it Bushel. I Oats it Bushel meal it Bushel Quot. Eggs it dozen. Feathers impound. Sorghum Quot gallon. Honey it Pound. Salt it tallow it Pound ii Quot. Lard it Pound. Bit Ter it Pound. Butter fresh Roll. Chickens it dozen. Shoulders it Pound. Hams it Pound. Sides Clear it Pound. Sides rib it Pound. Rags it Pound. Cloves seed it Bush. Timothy seed. Flaxseed. Dried apples a new. Dried peaches new. Dried peaches pared to Pound Kentucky Blue grass. Orchard grass. Red top per Bushel. 6 0c to7 of 1 it. 35 g 4i c 20c toc .12c 40 to 45c 4< ver bile. 12"tol5 .1.40tol65 5tu6e 6to8c Toto j so. .20c. .$l,75to2 a in. 5to 6c. 0tol2 g o 7c 5 tic in. ,dv0t.7 of .$3 odos.25i 50 5to6c 7t�8c15 $1.25 $1 25 75e gents furnishing goofs hats and Caps tbcnk9, vali5ks a at prices within the reach of Alt. And men that appreciate your favors. Get them be great or Small who Are always ready to give you Hie strictest attention and Endeavor to make Yon feel peril Coly at Home in their store. Remember us at least give us a trial and satisfy yourself that we Ara honest in what we say. \ great Many people have been Rem Hided of this fact. But allow us to say that there is room for one More at syrup. 50 years before the Public. Pronounced by Sill to he the most pleasant and efficacious remedy now in use for the cure of coughs. Colds croup hoarseness tickling sensation Ltd the Throat. Whooping cough Etc Quot. Over a million bottles sold within the last few years it gives Relief wherever used and has the Power to impart Benefit that cannot he had i rom the cough mixtures now in use. Sold by All druggists at25 cents per bottle Sellers River pills Are also Leigh la recommended Tor curing liver complaint constipation sick headaches fever and ague and All diseases of the stomach and liver sold by All druggists at 25 cents pc Box. It. E Ellers a co., Pittsburgh a. Octo 70-Lvr. Public Sale. Thalheim mers Baltimore Cumuli Dohse. Main Street Cambridge Ohio. Asp special bargains in Over Coats. Square dealings make on customers our Best advertisers sept 18,�?T79-tf. Deo it. Fok the Best ast express trains daily. Express daily on Central Ohio division daily except sunday on , Erie and Chicago divisions other trains daily except sundae. Tiki. I. Barry Western at. Inn. O c. Ii. Ii Upson. Supt Trail it it ii to i v clinic ago w s offs it in. Gent. Cambridge a it. Croakers aver that a Shadow pea red monday and ice dealers anticipating a season of plenty. A a a rent Deal of the tobacco in Eastern part of i to county Bas been sold at from $4 to $6 per Hundred. A Are the Eastern Ohio knit Road. I Lave Chin Bort and a a Point pleasant a drive Cumberland a Point pleasant 9 10 a in 12 of a. Roll Roe a. In 9 50 a. In 4 00 p. Iii. 5 20 11 in. 6 0 j p. In. 4 40 p. Iii. Close connections with All trains on Tho m i a c. Railroad. W ii a c. B. Stevens. Managers. Having secured the exclusive Agency for Cambridge for c. S. Maltby a celebrated Brand of oysters. I will he prepared to i ii in i ii them Orch to families in Hulk. And serve then by the dih in Niv re Tau rant during the season. Also the finest assortment of candies n uts a. Always in Stock. Weddings and a ies supplied with any thing in my line Ai reason. Able figures the o Vias j. Tingle. Several Young people of this place j attended a open society a at College i Hall new Concord last Friday night. The Quaker City i a crepe Dent says a Beautiful Flower bloomed in the Garden of , tie other Day. Business room for rent in Eig e hotel building inquire of b s. Herring Cambridge o. Novi3-tf a protracted meeting has been in Progress at the Salem Baptist Church Richland township with a degree of Success. Mrs. Emily Foreman Shou eat Senecaville which was destroyed by fire a Tew Days ago was fully insured. Mrs j. J j Smith of Washington has been unable to walk a step for two years resulting from a stroke of paralysis. Another press has been placed in about 13 Yops died of diphtheria last Friday after an illness of ten Days and was buried saturday. A new insurance company a been organized at Wheeling w. Vra., called the George Tingle a native of this place Lins been elected one of its directors. Louisa Miskim minis wife of Perry m us do ruins of Wheeling to has recently become insane. An inquest will he held in a Short time and Steps taken towards her admission to the Asylum. Allied Johnson a notorious coloured Man of Zanesville Well known i Here has been arrested charged with robbing a Man named Winn residing j in the Eastern part of that county of several dollars. M Knox that if he made no resistance he would not get Hurt. Like All hungry tramps they demanded Possession of the Kitchen which they got and proceeded to prepare from their own commissary department a sumptuous feast of which they kindly permitted Knox a household to partake with i hem. Matthew says his neighbors a a lot it or. Him that Lime. The Surprise was a Complete one and the occasion on of the happiest of the season. W. M. Keyser of new Brighton pa., beast contractor for the new court House has entered suit for libel against the Pittsburg dispatch claiming damages in the sum of $00,-000. Hie suit was brought upon a dispatch sent the paper named from Akron alleging crooked transactions the Monroe Gazette says that a big i on the part of Keyser in the con Tom Dav formerly of Lebanon this county hut now a resident of lore City i Here taking in the King trial. Come Hack Tom to your native Hills we can to Well spare you attorney general Nash of Ohio has Given his opinion that county recorders have no right to refuse any one Access to the county recoid9, and that the Public have a right to a full and free Access 4o them. Or. And mrs. Robert Hyde will give a reception at their Home about two Miles South of Washington next Friday evening in Hon it a to their son t. A. Hyde who was recently wedded to miss Della Stevens. The Coal miners in the neighbourhood of Bellaire Are out on a strike demanding three cents per Bushel hut the operators after due consideration have concluded not to accede the strikers. Pensions the taxable value of the several incorporated towns of Guernsey Conn for 1879, including the territory for a Choli purposes is As follows Cambridge Cambridge$1,308,969 Coo Sqq. T Ivr i or Cumberland. 172.348 a Rae a Valley. Fairview. 81.942 i Caso 3 or Kle Oxford every wound or injury Corn by Accident or and Idease entitle Soldier of the late War to a tension. All Ite ii Ion by Tho Law of january 1879 install Back at a Date of discharge or death of a so of Dier. All entitled apply at once thousand now drawing pensions Are cd to an increase Soldier and widows of the War of 1812. Aud of the mexican War Are entitled to pensions thousands Are yet entitled to it Onn to. Hut done to know it fees in All cases Only $10 00 Quot end Tao Stamps for new Laws. Blank and instructions to Nat. Ward Fitzgerald u. S claim attorney Box 5s8, Washington . In Jeff it santan office. Or. Kirk to the demands and Are discharging Patrick is preparing to run his presses by steam. A mail named y. Herrick was prosecuting attorney of this county in the year 1810�?tile first year of the county a existence. Henry Mccoy has disposed of ids Mill property in the Northern part of wills township and gone West seeking a future Home. Steps Are being taken by the Board of directors to More successfully continue the Quaker City foundry and machine shops. The signal service corps claims that winds blowing from the South St auction of a Public building at that place and which was the cause principally of his inability to secure Bond for Tho fulfilment of the contract Here. Keyser says that on account of the pub cation he has been obliged to give up contracts already Nide because of ids inability to obtain Bondsmen and that creditors have harassed and brought suit against him. Banks have also refused his negotiable paper thus leaving him in lather straightened circumstances. I he following reports of the different justices of the peace in this Colin to. Iii addition to those noted in the news two weeks ago have been made of the fines and costs assessed in criminal cases during the year just passed William Whittaker Monroe township two cases $23 90 la. O Dollison Spencer three Ca ses in which no fines were assessed hut there were costs amounting to $110 65 Solomon Mercer Wheeling. One Case $11 55 w g. Aplin Valley two cases $11.75 w. A. Carpenter Cambridge seven cases one i from to ree week to a month in their dudes. There will about too enumerator in each District. Marriage licenses have Boci i i since our last report As follows. Joseph Alvine and Mary e. Thomas i. F. Dill and Sadie Stoneb j. W. Taylor and Margaret j. Shepherd Dura Stevens and Anna Triggs j. T. Baird and Clara Gillespie Jake Hummel and Livena Shaw. The first grand jury Emp annexed in this county was composed of the following named persons zaccheus a. Beatty George Metcalf John Hanna Lovd Talbott Thomas Cooke John Mcclenahan Andrew Marshall Wiatt Hutchison John be Liam. George i. Jackson John Moffit Isaac g nun in ohs William Talbert Stewart Speer and Elijah Dyson. Lizzie j ones will read an essay on Temperance. The Zan Tsvi i in advocate says a pc visors of the census will got $500 and an allowance for clerks hire. The in this state will �?zm., a a son is a a pm Bou a a v get about $109 and will he engaged i Daw on is j a Hudson Buchanan amp Moore is j m Giffee a Bro. Jenii Nima Grier is m a Shaffer it a1 a i Wirick is r c Purdum it a1. Nancy m Wiley is j a Wil lathe matter of the assignment of j ii Bond for the Benefit of Bis creditors. Rebecca Blixen Baugh is xxx j bal Lett it a1. Joseph Isch Buck is Martha a i soil Back. So Dougherty is la a Dougherty. Jesse Dickerson executor is we Martin. John Carlisle is j t Buchanan it a1. Albrow Mallet is a j Cain it a1. J i Britton is j w Robins it a1. Nancy e. Stirk hard is j la Haines. Win Mcilyar sen., guardian is George Stevenson. Jane Davidson is Thomas Mcmullen it Al l. A Grier is j g Thomas. Henry Long is j ii Hollingsworth Ilia m Dennis is olm Woodbine or. Ezra e Finley is David fran it m. Green v la j Campbell it a1, Emma Connell is Xiv Ai Robert on Isaiah Wright is Margaret Wright. John Langley is Alex Mccoy it a1. Ai. P. A c. It it. Co. Is Noah Yenner. Straub Alii company is Joseph Moore it a1. It j Campbell Etal is i it Ai Green it a1. Same is j k . Same i is t i Anderson. Joseph , Assignee is i win Dickerson it Al. John Morton is w la j Al Elroy. Executor. James Mcclenahan exe i Tor. Is Annie k Gardiner it a1 Quaker City National Bank is g w Henderson it at. Maria j Bell is of Zekiah Bell Laczin i Ilith add no a j v a in to ii 111 to j. La. Hob tugs worm is Susan i Bay. Buchanan amp Moore a Rose a Quaker City National Bank is b f Mccoy it of real estate on the Staple and fancy groceries sugar spices 2d Day of March 1880 i advertised letters remaining in the Cambridge Post Al a v i be vac Doudna it Ai la Shefa office uncalled for Jan. 31st.0 Ewing is so Lawrence it a1�?155. James a. Davis mrs. A m. Davis. Mrs. Mary a. Ford j. A. Harrah 2 f Jos. V. Mon univ. Persons calling for above letters will say a d. Taylor p m. One Quaker City Senecaville. Sale Ville. Washington and East during the present month i Hundred horse Power. The freight 290,111 Cise $7 65 Valentine Stutlz Liberty 106,293 two cases $7.95 Elza Turner Cam in run i Bli 1�e�?T we Lac case3� $176.05 j. L. A Al it i Hawthorne Knox one Case $9.40 a contract has been awarded the1 James Mckahan Jefferson one Case firm of Griffith amp wedge Zanesville $1 Joseph Purkey Spencer five for the manufacture of a sixty stamp cases $50.95 Robert Mcburney Silver Mill for the Empire Silver mining company of Utah. Tile Mill is to Cost $90,000, Aud will be of four Are those most Likely to be followed by Snow or rain. On the Mill to Echo Canyon Utah will it b thought be about $26,000, wills two cases $12 70 Clark Rose Millwood five oases $40 85. There Are forty two justices in the county and of this number Twenty five report no criminal business during the past year Guernsey a Best. Steubenville Herald John Best sr., formerly of Washington pa., but for several years a resident of Guernsey county Ohio was stricken with paralysis a few Days since from which it is thought he will never recover. If he should live however until May he will have reached his 100th year. Or. Best was Horn Iii be Herb Tyrone county Ireland in the year 3780. The old gentleman has seen his great grand parents and now has great grand children. He is the oldest Freemason in the country. A Law governing newspapers. In response to a request we give the Law As it stands relating so newspapers and subs ii a is 1. Subscribers who do not give express to tick to the con Rary Are considered wishing to continue their subscription. 2. Ii subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals the publishers May continue to Send them until All arrearage Are paid. 3. It subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they arc directed they Are held responsible until they have settled their Bills and ordered them discontinued. 4 of subscribers Mayo toothed places without i reforming the publishers and the papers Aro seat on to the former direction they Are held responsible. 5. I he courts have decided that a refusing to take periodicals from the office or removing and leaving them unsettled for is Prana flt Icie evidence of intentional fraud a 6. Any person who receives the newspaper criminal Caks Ohio is Lames Canada assault and Battery. Same is Henry Mccormick i tarnishing liquor to a minor same is Joseph Gadd disturbing a religious meeting. Same is Edward Murphy. Petit larceny. Same is jus a in Lillett assault Wii i intent to commit rape. Same is Stephen Quinn throwing stones at a Railroad train. 9�?The undersigned will offer at Public Sale at la a late residence of Elizabeth Carlisle the National Road three Miles East it Rushing inn. Guernsey county. Ohio All the real estate belonging in the estate of said deceased consisting of four separate tracts of land. 1st. Ii 4 acres. Bottom and Upland Well improved desirably situated on tile National Road Byz mile West of Middletown. 2nd, 72acres in Oxford township immediately South and adj Ming the town of Middletown under a Good state of cultivation. 3rd 45 acres situated in wills township three mite cast of Washington and near the National Road. Colies canned goods one ensnare acc. Go to c. Cd tudors Cambridge o. Of 4th. Tract. 301, acres adjoining tile last named terms of Sale. One third Cash. And balance in two annual payments with six per cent interest secured by mortgage. Feb5-41. Ii Ai Mccracken. J. W. Moore. Odell. J. S. Edenborn intends to have the Best school in Penman hip of its ize Iii the county at Hie close of Hie present term in March John Sherman is the Choice of this Section for president. An any of fhe readers of the news Tell whether there is More than one Noah spoken of in the Bible of found ? the protracted meeting at Hopewell Alp. Church or Irish Ridge closed on Sabbath even ing january 25th, Rev Hoagland the pastor. Is let Good and pleasant speaker and done All he could for a Good meeting but none seem to heed his warnings and turn from their sinful ways. N Sabbath. January 25th, Rev. J Kle. Of Kirkersville. Ohio preached an excellent Sermon to an attentive congregation and on Sabbath evening he preached at Stiles school House. The Young folks a Tow evenings since enjoyed themselves till a late hour at Henry Gid Sony a in a social party. Airs. W. It. Gardner and two children have gone on a visit to Newcomerstown. Last Sabbath morning a new and interesting programme was introduced at hic Irish Ridge cd Nice. Called the responsive recitation of the prodigal son. Benjamin Kennedy of Rocky Frk sold a Indiana House Firth St. Between race and Elm. 12 5 rooms. $1.50 per Day Ile keeps the Best and greatest Varfes Quot of Tea Coffee and sugar in to Beocity. And Sells at the lowest Figur for Ca h or country produce. Tobaccos and Fine cigars and All kinds of family groceries fresh amp pure sept. 13.1871 of. Gideon Ryman. Proprietor an i owner j. Ii. Loudi j. L. By Man j chief clerks. Cincinnati. O executors notice j Aku any 14, i so. Notice is hereby Given that the undersigned farm of 70 acres to a or. Shadwell of Muscara have been appointed executors of the estate of and makes a get of it whether he was ordered it or not. Is held in Law to be a subscriber. 7. Ii subscribers in Advance they Are bound to give notice to the publisher at the end of their time if they do not wish to continue taking it otherwise the publisher is. Authorised to Send it on Aud the subscribers will be responsible until an express notice with Mentor All arrears is sept to the publisher was county at $30 a acre. Win. Warnock and son who have been visiting friends in this part for the past two months have returned to their Home in Nodaway county alis Souri. Of Wlliams station. Tramps Are plenty now. Wheat in the ground is looking Well. Mrs. John Cain is spending a few weeks j with her sister mrs. \ Xiv. Barns before re i moving to Pittsburgh a. Or David Sarnet has been in poor health i for some time. Or Thomas Oldham i it for Licking county i last f l Idar to be airs. It. D. Oldham who has been very sick. Re at fellow that lot his hat lat saturday by putting his head onto the car window must to member that Hie Ai. P. Amp c. Run fast trains j miss sue Clingman is visiting her sister. I airs. I Horn As Sar Eliet a meeting will be held at Bis Liares a school Nivon get. This Lenir gtd it to evening to big Ariizu ii teachers association. Our Friend j. W. Rhodes has gone Inlo the grocery silliness at Hopewell. J. W. Is a go Dillow and we wish him sneers. I Aaron Graves lat col Guernsey county Ohio deceased. John Graves. Tvs we. Longsworth executors. Jan22-3t l. Wells i. D. Homoeopatlii5t, floor opposite Eagle hotel main Street. gomber Street North of school flour get. All Calls a Dav or right Al. To of. The Harris remedy co. Tort ii a a chemist St. Lovis a Arbieto Kaspor prof. Harris Pastille remedies. Noji no. 2 for men trebled with sperm Terrhea and a a impotency retuning from exhausted vitality in nervous debility or too close application to Burnie u u $51 no. 3 for women troubled with Leo orphee Fluor Albus or Whit for both Seif Ala a troubled with t1# Hemo Rhoid a / of a sold a Quot of. Of cur., work it Quot Quot a a a a a to us and o Iai. The new flouring Mill West Cambridge Ohio is now prepared to do first class custom work a and will the highest Market Price a for Ger Ain. A s Isley formerly of Roscoe Mills will superintend the grinding. Custom work solicited. Give us a trial Moore amp Dennis proprietors. July 17-tf. I. Fill qum i. Do a physician a of a a a surgeon and specialist. The celebrated physician of Zanesville Osio a will be at Cambridge Lagle hotel one Day Only january lath. n do february 4th, Piso. I Hyp ii tors and Pate Iii yes should it end or instructions terms reference pct Edson Brothers solicitor of Patent Washington. I. C., who furnish the Sunn tit a out cd run Edson Brothers is a known Aud firm of huge expedience Bavin been established in a amp

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