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Cambridge News (Newspaper) - September 10, 1874, Cambridge, Ohio My the Cambridge news j. Mahaffey i local editor. Run Ruday Moraine s sept. 10ui, 1874. Term of subscription. Bulj Quot two dollars per annul of paid within the year. The two dollars and fifty cents if payment in d eyed till the year expires. Tiny no palier discontinued till All arrearage Are paid except at the option of publishers. Brin it i something for exhibition at the fair. Squirrels Are not so plenty this year As last. The latest thing out record Ivy a office. Rirl at the the lawyers have been Busy courting the past week. The bots Are mad me need last monday. School com be fore personals or. Hunter and wife of the it place Are visiting Cadiz. Mrs. Joseph Morrison of East Richland Ohio is spending a week with friends in this place. Or. James Rabe and lady of of. Pleasant pa., arc spending a Tow Days of their wedding trip in Cambridge As the guests of mrs. Long. Thomas a. Ogier one of our Printer boys left Cambridge on last saturday to spend a week at Columbus and Cincinnati. T. C. Marsh our extensive tobacconist is Oil a business trip to Cincinnati and Louisville purchasing a Large Stock of Leaf tobacco. J. R. Metcalf superintendent of the Telegraph line Between Nashville and Louisville is enjoying a Short vacation w Ith his numerous friends in Iii Cambridge. K. Gooder Bas returned Homo looking and feeling much better. But before be got 50 Miles away from Oakland lie took the Hay fever in consequence of which he does con religious services. Base Ball. M. E. Quirch a preaching morning j Owings to the abrupt conclusion of the base and evening by Rev. J. Ii. Conkle. J l.al1144111116 Between the Cambridge amt Hickory Sabbath school at 9 of clock a. M. Bible class at 3 of clock p. M. Presbyterian preaching morning and evening by Rev. W. V. Milligan. Sabbath school at 9j� of clock. Clubs yes turd Ltd we deem it expedient to make some explanations to the citizens of this county who came to town and were disappointed Iii witnessing a game in making these remarks we wish it distinctly understood that we do not address ourselves to the Cambridge club they having by their discourteous and Engen Tiernan j by conduct rendered them unworthy of notice in any manner a but to the citizens of the Conn if. Church preaching morning i to it Onyx after much giggling Oil the part of i Tronini. Us a t>�., Hill of id i in he Bridge Clit ii i or. J. E. Blown who i Oil Mcfear hitherto been pronounced excellent and Ira sabbat i school at 9# of clock. And land methodist in sex Ami he your chimneys starting your fall tires. Davis Bro have removed their livery to the stable of Isaac loft Ami. Thirty four sheep were killed by lightning in Harrison county last i kerchief. Week. The new co in Erst own about 4.000 people anaemic Hgt a hat my. A a am a Grange meeting at Mcconnelsville ,7 Anderson of Ain Meek. Sabbath Schoof at 9>i of clock. Baptist morning and evening by Rev. Churchill. Sabbath school at9>� of clock. District court. Tho District court convened on last thursday. Lions. W. Ii. Frazier l. Marsh John ii. Miller and Robert Chambers on the Bench. Win. Ferguson is. W. D. Shaw and others. Appeal. Continued. Jacob Launtz is. Win. Dickson administrator of John Johnson deceased and John a. Johnson. Appeal id Erable sneezing Ami using of the j settled Aii Ltd coi Iii cult a until costs arc last thursday. The Baptist sunday school hold a Basket Pic Nic on the ground next saturday. After a vacation of about months the literary society again resumed operations. Iff is say8 on of the Law firm of Taylor amp Bridge gave us a pleasant Call Mon will Day morning. He spent sunday in fair Coshocton but we do not know whether lie has serious intentions in that direction or not. Or. L. G. Haines editor of this a two has paid. Sami. Mcnutt is. Hiram Mcnutt and others. Appeal. Same decree As court below. Joseph Rinehart is. Matilda Rose. I error. Jill Mont of common pleas reversed with costs and cause remanded to common pleas for new trial. Jacob Dennis is. John wires and w. M. . Appeal. Defendants to execute quit claim deeds to each or. Mcgary the oldest physician in Noble county died at his residence Iii Olive township. Per. And lady. Are spending this week a Ato v a at the state fair and Cincinnati sex i or described in the the pavement Laid around the new school building has made a very decided improvement. Position. It this number of the news does not come up to the usual Standard Blamo the a local and not the editor. Some rogues tried to break into the residence of or. Francis Hammond on last monday night. Or. Joseph Mcgill of Wheeling township this county found a Silver Coin dating As far Back As 1704. Prof. J. J. Burns of St. Blairsville received 77 votes in the democratic convention for school commissioner. Young ladies who part their hair on the Side generally go for the Young men who part their hair Iii tile Middle. G. A. Quimby who has been con fined to his bed Tor some weeks past is much better and Vin soon be Able to attend to business a am. The Marietta times says that Rev-1 canteen thousand water melons were shipped from the Mouth of Lite Little Muski Ngum River in one Day. The members of the West Cambridge Cornet band Are making things Lively across the Rhine since they received their new horns. The residence of or. Woodmansee near is. Blairsville was consumed by fire one Day last week loss estimated at $3,000. No . were recorded during the week ending september 5th, by ii. B. Huffman. County recorder to the following persons John Fordyce and others to Roger in orig n. Philip Thompson to Abraham Depew. Henry stilts to Abraham Depew. George Bell to John Bell. Christian Lehman to Mary Breslin. Edward j. Millburn to John w. Spaid. A. C. Dotison to John l. Bringer. Antlions n. Marwadi Tot. J. Adams. Antlions m. Sar Wasli to t. J. Adams. Elias in Webster to Taos m. Johnson. Alex. Cochran to Howard Mallo Iee. Philip Walters to j. C. Steele it a. John s. Desk Ottto win. J. Heskett. Auditor Guernsey count to John Mccu re v. Rebecca j. Tiiu i in that capacity ii All visiting clubs a chosen Umpire. Cambridge went to the Bat. Ami from the lie ginning Petty objections were the morning and evening by Rev. J made to Tho decisions of the Umpire Ana when the Llic Korys took tin Bat. The first pitch on tin part of the Ambridge dub Bein pronounced a a a foul balk a or unfair Tho Pitcher indignantly left Bis Post Ana the Cambridge dub discontinued the game a a pitch a be it understood or an under Hund throw with the Arm parallel with the body is a fair a a a a round Arm a or an Over hand is not admissible according to the latest rules of Fth base Ball association and hence the derision of the Umpire tile Ball timing evidently delivered by a round Arm throw. The members of the is ick Ury club and the citizens Are exceedingly regretful that the game was not in the usual pleasant feel that they were not at All responsible for the la raid the above statement of the Ile Ahi is not Eor Reet and docs tin Cambridge club Gross injustice As a Plain statement of fads will show and place the blame where it properly belongs. Some year or so ago lie Hickory club of Mcconnelsville played the vigilant of Cambridge for a Silver Ball and won it. The match taking place on the grounds of the latter on which occasion the Llic Korys brought with them and insisted upon selecting their own Umpire which the Cain Bridge boys conceded. Since that time the Mcconnelsville club have kept up a constant cackling Over their Silver Ball like a set of geese Over a Golden egg and for sometime past have had a standing banter to any club to play them for it or for a Cash prize of #100 and expenses. Tile vigilant accepted their Challenge and the 3d ult., was fixed upon for playing the match at Mcconnelsville. The Llic Korys instead of conceding the Umpire As had been done at Cambridge not Only insisted upon choosing a cer Ain or. Brown a member of i their own Chi but refused to play unless lie was selected and rather than not play tile game the vigilant finally consented after being allowed j i to find their own Way to the grounds As but they could Tho a live Hall a la Ken with them was rejected by Lite Hickory who refused to play with if. And a dead one substituted. Idle vigilant won the hat and made or. R. S. Forbes of Byesville has sold his entire Stock of goods &c., to w. T. Weir and now desires All persons indebted to 1iim to Call immediately and Settle. Or. Weir is a Young Man of integrity and Honor. We congratulate the Little Village that it Bas gained this accession. The or. Intends to continue his profession As usual. 2 w. Special notices. Petition g. Or. Penn and others is. William ii. Hoover. Appeal submitted to court. Judgment of common pleas reversed and the alleys vacated As prayed for Iii the petition. Hoover to his own costs. On monday defendants counsel endeavoured to have so much of the Alley As extends from the school House to the Winchester Road. On the North left open but Atter considerable sparring by counsel the court adhered to its firm decision. B. Amp. R. I. Co. Is. Hathaway amp Depew. Error continued. Eliza a att is. A Hen Dryden. Appeal. Continued. V Illiam Stranathan is. Alexander Mccoy. Error. Judgment for Strait i Athson and against Mccoy. J. I a Mcclelland is Las Mcdowell. Error. Defendant required to remit a part of his judgment j 0iovv i one score although impartial judges landlords spot him one Peter Perrine Porter alias James Anderson of Middleport o., has forsaken his knowledge of printing and the watch making business and Bas entered into the business of jumping hotel fulls. He is almost 25 years of age 5 feet to inches High slender form Grey eyes Brown Wavy hair Small Brown whiskers Oil end of Bis cilia Sharp features and carries Tho Index of everything but honesty b. 8. 11 or i no prop. Earle hotel Cambridge it. S. Exchanges of this paper please copy. B. 8. H. Local correspondence. Washington. A saturday evening a to Rea Lias returned from Marietta. Miss Minnie Lawrence is spending a Tow Days in Columbus. Squire Kendall was elected mayor last saturday or. Met Utschen having resigned. Base Hall again Between Washington and Senecaville boys on tuesday result next week. Rev Palmer preached at the u. I. Church. Last Sabbath the session of this Church make a finn stand against dancing. A a s. Mcgaw has retinue after a three weeks visit to his parents at Moundsville Vav. Van his health is very much improved. It. S. Brume Ami Wile do up tile Cincinnati exposition this year we Hope others of our citizens will do the same it pays. Fox sus farm for Bale. A Good farm situated three fourths Ora mile North of Londonderry containing 80 acre. This farm is in Good repair. Two Story Frame House barn stable and a number of Good out buildings. Terras easy. For particulars and to Ess Rev. J. A. Thompson. Sept 4w. Londonderry Ohio. Barnesville Cement and calcined plaster for Sale b Scott a Brown druggists Cambridge Ohio. »ug.7-5t. Cut this out. It May save Yoni life. There is no person living but what stiffens More or less with lung disease c nigh colds Ort consumption. Yet some would die rather than 75 cents for a bottle of Medicine that would cure their. Or. A. Bose i Vee a Herman syrup has lately been introduced in this country from Germany and its wonderous ewes astonishes every one that try it. If you doubt what we a to in print Cut this out and take it to your druggist and get a Sample bottle free of charge or a regular size for 75 cents. G. G. Green Woodbury a. Y. 9ept-s5-73 every person Man woman boy. Or girl silo ii id Send at once for one of tile Excelsior stationary packets containing note paper envelopes pen Holder Pencil pens Blank Hock blotter photographs of too Beautiful ladies tooth picks perfume Sachet chinese Puzzle and a Fine piece of ladies or gents jewelry. Try a package. Price Post paid 50 cents or3 for $1. Agents wanted. Address j. Carty Burrow. 319 Harmony St. Philadelphia a. Aug 27�? a warn new grocery o Johnson a Maples family grocery 9 at tiny East end of main Street i. The Taco get cheap groceries. They Hare a Laie and Woli selected Stock of 3 flour fish teas meat sugars. Coffee new advertisements. For sheriff. Or. La. Jclark of Washington ois before the people of this county As an Independent candidate for sheriff. His general acquaintance throughout tile county makes it Unne Ces Sal y for comment. Adm a on to John Day John Day to a in. S. Stewart. Janies Stockdale sr., to j a. Stock tale or. John Winnett to Nash Avion Cut. Rebecca it Arbor to John Slot is. Lie also recorded five mortgages Aid one ii in i he Board of school examiners met in Senecaville last saturday. There were Twenty five applicants Twenty one males and four females. On next Sabbath morning Rev. J. H. Conkle will administer the ordinance of baptism to adults and receive probationers into the churl. The new dwelling House of or. Mccall 8 is a Fine t to Story building the carpenters Are pushing things rapidly and from appearance will soon be completed. Rev. Patters of of Harrison county preached two excellent sermons at the presbyterian Church to Large and attentive audiences on last Sabbath. Samuel hear Egger Arni John Hamilton escaped from Tho to Tosca raw awas county jail last saturday night. $200, Reward offered for their recapture. The residence of Simon Archer of Stock township Noble county wits entirely consumed by fire a few Davs ago. The loss is estimated at $2,000. Insured for $700. And judgment contend for the remainder. Thos Webster is. J is. In lint ton l censure of Guernsey county. Appeal. Continued. S. B. Clerk and others is. Jus. If. Lift ton treasurer of Guernsey co. Appeal. Dismissed at request it a a plaintiffs without prejudice. Maria Mcclelland is. Robert Barton. Error. Judgment below in favor of defendant affirmed with costs. Grover amp Baker sewing machine co is. John b. Smith. Error. Judgment of court of common pleas in favor of defendant affirmed with costs. Court adjourned on monday veiling. Alter a very laborious session of four Days. Family reunion. On August 5th last hic Fulton family Coli sisting of ten persons our Brothers and six Sisters Lichi a reunion at hic old Homestead in not in Liam township Harrison county Ohio. The youngest of this family was arrested and brought forty seven years. The oldest seven a 1 urn or 0,1 Clai be o Petit in.--1 by Louir years of age. This reunion is remarkable from the fact that the whole family were present the whole family still survive. The Golden Chain that binds them together As a family remains unbroken they have jus ice a Norf. On complaint of John Eagleton John a Warden and Milton Varden were arrested and brought before Elza Turner j. P., on charge of assault Aid Battery. Fined $5 each and costs Agio Hunting to $26,08. On complaint of Godfrey deck. George Mcmanaway amt Jos. Gadd a re arrested and brought before Eka Turner j. P., on charge of malicious destruction of property was to by on the 8th Ami discharged. I. G. Slav Cene on complaint of Samuel e. Over. F tee continued and entered into a rec i ii in Nee Iii the sum of $300, for his appearance on the 10th inst. Prof rout. Kidd will give an in turn bument for the Benefit of the m. E. Sabbath school at the school Hall on monday and tuesday evenings september 21st and 22d, it consists of it left go of Esb and select variety of read jigs recitations and impersonal Tiei together with graphic and Anius say they ought to have a i More if the game had been Umpire with any sort of fairness he trailing the first Ball delivered to the batsman a one strike a which everybody knows is not accordino to f 11� rules of the game. File Hie Korys lion took the bats when the very first Ball delivered was j c Oom cd. A foul this was such a palpable violation of the rules that the Pitcher or. Ervin left ids position in i Gud but Aii. Lamme lilt Venklar Jai Cher of the vigilant i club at once took ids place and called on the boy3 to go ahead but the crowd then broke in and the Umpire called i the game. There by attempt made by die 11 iek<4maclefir the j ground or have the of coed j Aud the Cambridge i on left the Field and anti pied Home. Gentlemen present who Are not i members of the club bad no interest Iii the result of the game and no disposition to judge unfairly say the Cambridge club conducted themselves properly throughout. They Are Young men who have always been esteemed As gentlemen in Dis Community Are not sporting men and have been pronounced Good players by those who ought to be competent judges and whether their neat potatoes rent from Hartford county md., with their then Small family and settled Iii Harrison county. They were then comparatively poor. The country was then almost an unbroken Wilder my citations of the various kinds of j Bess. Here t hey lived and Laboured rearing and speaking As often heard a Fri prospered Aud taught their Fain fro the stage forum bar and Pill never Buen Cal in. To mourn the death Quot to 80 �?~lisc0.rt, a Quot Ltd of brother or sister. About fifty five years ago the parents Philip and Sarah Fulton moved pit. On in ii the lessons of Industry amt Economy which has been so useful to them Iii alter life. I he sons Are now Calic announced to secure him a i Tiv and the daughters Are All Model the name of prof Kidd need full House. Admission 25 cents. The Muski Ngum conference of my lug to i t. 4l i the Union prayer meeting held in United Brethren Church will he held the i f rim.-, i.,e� is w 11 in Wie Ai. Ii tin men last Munday even at w infield Tuscarawas county. Ohio i in a i Anre in attended. The september 17th. Bishop Edwards d. I will preside. A match game of base Ball Between the Norwich club Aud the vigilant j Stewart and mrs. John Tignor. Of this place will be played on the appropriate remarks were made j f Vick j largely attended. The meet led by Rev. J. If. Conkle. Prayers were offered by Rey. Air. Ii. Mel1 Arian. Daniel Broom James housekeepers and to them without doubt is due in a great measure the Prosperity of their husbands. But the parents have gone never to return the children All met at the old Homestead and together surrounded the table provided with the Best the country could afford and had a Good time generally. Before they separated the youngest brother presented to p. S. Fulton an older brother a 1 cry Cane made in the Days of grounds of the lamer club on Satur j it Keg. Conkle Mcfair land or. J. Jackson which formerly belonged to Illy afternoon next commencing 2 of clock in m. At the Council on last monday evening passed an ordinance ordering the issuing of $3,000 in Bonds for the purpose of paying for the building of the cisterns and the interest on the fire Bonds. D. Taylor and Ezekiel Mccollum. I lie meeting was one of the most interesting of the series and we think much Good will result. A Young Man by Tho name of Hill the father Aud had been used for several years by him. We might mention Here that the whole family reside Iii Harrison co., with the exception of i. S. Fulton who resides in Noble co. When Hue w. J of to 7i the United wealth of the family at who a hem working for John Mil this Lime in hand is 4278 Ler in Liberty township was Smoth-1 horses 84 head gentlemanly As to Render them unworthy of notice we leave Hie Public to judge. One thing is certain if the manner i in which the vigilant were treated by their Mcconnelsville rivals is considered courteous and gentlemanly in that Community then the Standard must to Quito Low. A Man named Coyle living on Rock run in this township found his cow dead in the pasture one morning last week. At first he thought she died from 11 a la i a i causes but upon a closer examination it was found that she had been shot with a Rifle in three different places. The cow had not been out of the pasture and no reason is known for the shooting. It was probably malicious mischief and the work of some of the irresponsible Scal wags who so frequently Cumberland. I Here 18 ii Lull in the peach Market. Napes Are making their appearance on our streets at Iii rec cents per Pound. Our artist was employed by the proprietors of Hie locomotive company ofconnelsvule.pn., to photograph Hie locomotive just placed on our Road which he did on thursday last making a Fine picture tile friends of mrs. Lode Gault will he pleas cd to learn that she Lias departed this single life but h now Ilo e i ii three children. May they live Long and Prosper. On j it Day last Hie locomotive was placed on Hie first mile of our Railroad. It was built by Hie National locomotive works Ailt Enneis Villa pa., messes Dawson a Bailey Are the leading men in Hie Enterprise and Are establishing it quite a reputation As manufacturers of Railroad machinery. J am informed by or. J. La. Wiley tile Engineer who came with this to Cornu Ive that they have orders fro Many of the leading railroads of the country. This engine seems to he a first class one for strength and durability. There is now about two Ami one half Miles of Road done and the boys think they can Lay Over one mile per week. So about five or weeks will see Hie locomotive at umbel land. Sri Cukr. Nip Belles St ii i Ion. Sowing wheat. Niiler pours Ripe grapes and Are plenty. I he new Mill is in rapid Progress our school will continent e the first of november. Mia Magg a m1 Burney teacher one evening last week the to my folks had a grand croquet party an has. A. Sprout s. Mrs James Thompson it list Pri Jay am was buried on saturday Rev. W. Ii. Mcfarland of it am Bridge officiated. Mrs. B f Mcburney of Quaker City who lits been sick for some time. In now most Well. Her sickness was supposed to to from a Clove on Lier lungs that she coughed up. Or. Carlin finished his Bridge last week. A very Fine and substantial Job. We would to glad to see him repair some others. 1 leaded Lorna Anderson swore that he would not stay any longer with the do in old maids every cent that he got they had to have. Old or. Denon who has been sick for along time died last i Raduy anti on a a saturday his remain were taken to Barnesville on the 3 of clock train Rev Mcfarland preached an excellent discourse on that occasion. Miss Mary Johnson left last week to attend Muski Ngum College the present term. I Rob it a. Sprout is about to organize a sing j ing c a s in the new school House. We wish him Success. The boys of this place a d Vicinity will have a game of base Ball next saturday week. Of j. I i Aimer will preach at this place on the 4th Sabbath of this month at 4 of clock r. M Richard. Win. Hartley win. Hartley come into court ant answer. Arc you a s Raig Hout Granger and on their platform stand we As voters want to know if you have got the Sand ? wills pc or scpt.l0-lw. And Oxford. Canned Fruita candies amp a. O t. O. Mann Carpenter and Joiner Cumberland Persons wishing any work in that line whine promptly accommodated by calling on or addressing the above named. Aug.l3-tf. Their Stork is All fresh anti they offer Liberal inducements. O give them a Call and satisfy yourselves. Junc-25-Vfi-n2-tf i baby buggies dentistry. C. T. Sweet Cumberland Ohio. Teeth extracted without pain by the use or nitrous oxide or laughing Gas. Aiig.l3-tr. Something new o fresh arrival w a Liing ton. O carriages Fermil iltis &c., &c., &c., Ayers hair vigor for restoring to Gray hair its natural vitality and color. A dressing which i s at once agreeable healthy and effectual for preserving the hair. It soon restores faded or Gray hair to its original Colora with th9 gloss and freshness of youth. The la hair is thickened falling hair checked and baldness often though not alway j cured by its use. Nothing can restore i the hair where the follicle Are de a toyed or Tho glands atrophied and decayed hut such a remain can to saved by this application Aud stimulated into activity so that a new growth of hair is produced instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sediment it will keep it clean and vigorous its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning Gray or falling off and consequently prevent baldness the restoration of vitality it gives to the a Calp arrests and prevents the formation of Dandruff which is often so Uncleanly and offensive. Free from thus deleterious substances which in a some preparations dangerous and injurious to the hair the vigor can Oiler Benefit but not harm it if wanted merely for a Haik dressing nothing else can be found so desirable. Containing neither Oil nor Dye it Doe not soil White Cambric and yet lasts Long on the hair giving it a Rich Glossy Lustre and a grateful perfume. Prepared by or. J. C. Ayer 4 co., practical end analytical chemists Lowell. Mass. A a t do vim Utt Bros Senecaville. The Adams House Iii Mcconnelsville is a Good place to Stop. The landlord is an accommodating gentleman and tries to make All i guests Nappy. Our boys can testify that lie a knows How to keel r. F. Brown the present mayor of Zanesville is announced As an Independent candidate for sheriff of Muski Ngum county. Or. Brown has served As Deputy sheriff and if elected would make a very acceptable officer. / during the hop at mrs. Ilse Bertz a Beer Garden last Friday evening some of the parties got a Little too much Tea on hand which resulted Iii a quarrel and one of the gentlemen came away with a Black Eye. No person killed. Eird to deaf from foul air Iii a Well. He had been blasting the Day before and went Down in the morning to clean it out he had been in the Well but a few minutes when lie called on them to fake him out but before he reached the top was so far gone that he fell Hack. Air. Miller had to go some distance for help but the Man died before help could be procured. The time for holding county fairs is fast approaching and it is High time for persons to commence to prepare articles for exhibition. The Way to make fairs a Success is to take an interest in them. Lot every Farmer and Mechanic bring something and this year we will have the Best fairs Ever held in Guernsey county. Try it for once. Is acres cattle 240 head sheep 3638 head hogs 125 wealth of the family Bonds and Money is considerable but their modesty forbids them to have the amount made Public. $250 purse for trotting horses at the Barnesville fair next week. The in last tuesday afternoon the Cam j citizens contribution added to the a Ridge fire department was ordered i regular premiums of the fair Assoc a of y ,. O. Mel i y a assistant chief lion amounts to the above sum to be for their regular monthly Drill and tie new Csc Tern at the East end of Steubenville Street. The attendance in All the companies were rather Small. Divided As follows first Premium $150 second Premium $65 third Premium $35. Accommodations ample Lor Tho Large crowd that will be in attendance at the District fair. Cambridge of sept. 5th, 1874. The term of the Normal and classical Institute taught by professors Smith and Davidson came to a close on last Friday with High respect to both instructors and students. This term consisted of six weeks in which time a deep interest has been taken Iii the studies which have been pursued by both instructors and students. Although the attendance has not been Overly Large the Progress is very noticeable. Therefore we the students deem it our duty to recommend our faithful Aud energetic instructors to All persons and societies who May solicit their therefore 4 i. That a tender to them our deepest urns t sincere thanks for the ext my has Soh ooh re Ion s Quot Hicl they have shown in �?�2 that we recognize them As gentlemen and scholar wherever we meet them. 3. That we consider them As Laving a Broad an. Firm inundation Lor our future usefulness and Prosperity it Winnies 4 that we remember Ami cherish the. Names As Ion As our k., deeds Are Lent to the Progress of education and enlightenment 6 i hat Pecan All unitedly say hat they Are fully prepared for the great work which they have been called to do and that they Are Recin it Senu. K 1,115,1085 Altow n la Ltd a by their n i. Tet Rick j. K. Law. Services. Scour to e country with gun and dog. A Bella ire Ini Leyen Dent. To Hie Bris Tom people of Cambridge. The woman a league of Cambridge believing thai Tho efforts of All Good people should he United against the great sin of intemperance would announce that they will hold a prayer meeting for this special purpose on monday evening of each week at 7, j of clock Iii the basement of the u. Church to which they cordially and earnestly invite All Christian people both male Aud female and All those who Are interested in the cause of Temperance. Addresses by ladies appointed for the purpose will be made each evening. By order of the league mrs. J. D. Taylor pros to. Mrs. N. B. Long Sec a. The woman a league of Cambridge will observe thursday sep e 10th As a Day of thanksgiving and Praise to almighty god for the Victory achieved in our state Over the forces of intemperance Iii the late election and will meet at their Headquarters in the basement of the u. C Hurch at 2 of clock in tile afternoon of that Day for this purpose and they Call upon All persons male and female in the town of Cambridge who Are interested in the cause of Temperance to meet with them Oil that occasion and join Iii an expression of gratitude to god. By order of the league. Mrs. J. D. Taylor Prest. Mrs. N. B. Long Sec a. We learn that the prohibition convention nominated a ticket at Winchester but up to the time of going to press we were unable to get the names. Dusty roads. School examination. Anti masonic in Koti Tig. Match game of a a balls Between Sara Listille and Senecaville at our place on saturday f up Timber 5th. Jesuit of game. 57 to 7 in favor of it Ca Ecail e. Our boys go to Washington on tuesday the 8th. The anti masonic meeting Wax Well attended. Quite a number of friends of the cause from Noble county were present a District association was formed. \ committee was appointed to nominate a ticket to to supported at the coming election. Jeff Rose has purchased the grocery belonging to Wilson Scott Aud expects to take Possession the first of october. We hear that Scott talks of moving to Indiana. Methodist quarterly meeting at Concord school House on Sabbath. The elder not being present Bey. Barons of it. Pleasant supplied in his Stead. Public school commence on the list of Tho month. Jus if Amman. Principal. Miss Johnson of near Cambridge one assistant. The name of the other assistant we have not Learned. J. W. Ferguson and Bride return to Pittsburg this week after Short visit to his parents in this place. He is a member of the firm of wards a Ferguson in the drug finishing business. We Are sad to rec it re the death of one of our highly esteemed citizens. Mrs. La. Neyman who died tuesday morning. Sept. 8. At 2 a. A of consumption. She has Boen unable to attend to her regular business Milli Noring Tor quite a Long time. She leaves a husband and 5 children to mourn her loss. Silo is Tho last child of a Large family Hor rather and Mother still survive. Also we record the de it the of a Young child of Calvin Parry. Disease whooping cough. It died about the same hour As the person mentioned above. These Are the first deaths that have occurred in our Plai e for Tome time 303 a. Iff. Williams respectfully informs the citizens of Washington amt Vicinity that he has just opened a Good and Complete Stock of dry goods dress Tri mining a gloves and hosiery. Queens Ware Glass Ware hoots shoes groceries provisions &c., &c., also a Good assortment of Fine Jewe t. It y j of pure Gold filled Gold rolled Plato and lower priced Good and Silver goods All of which will be sold at extra Notow rates for Cash or produce. August i �?T71-6111.1 Makkieh. Sept. 8th, at the Morton House Cambridge Ohio by her. J. H. Conkle or John Gibson Conn tvs of nay a a Soni 1 0111 of Guernsey Cambridge By key. J. Ii. Onkalo. Ambrose Sloper of to newel and miss Rebecca a. Lawrence of Indian Camp Guernsey county. Obituary. September 5th, of flux Kila May Barr. Daughter of s. C. Barr. She was a few flays above 20 months old. ,.ipi.ril Aua 21st 00 80th birth Day we. O Christy ofter a severe illness of six weeks supposed to have been caused by Sun stroke Ile expressed Confidence in the Saviour and a Bop of blessedness beyond this world. An Ltd astir or desire that his intends and comrades should but prepared o meet him in the better land. Sept 4th. Mary Thompson wife of Las Thompson near Campbells it Unior. In her59lh year. She was born in Washington co a and Lier Maiden name was me Curg. About 40 years ago she came to Guernsey county Ami from that time to Lier decease she was a highly esteemed member of the presbyterian co Grega con of Washington her life was exemplary and its close was peaceful and hopeful Margaret Baty was bom in Maryland Jan-31st, 1m7. And ated at 8cott�?~s mines. Sept 3 1874-she was converted and United with the methodist episcopal Church in Allegheny City in 1842. In 1868. With her husband she removed to Cambridge in the neighbourhood of which she Livi d my ,th.?� about s. Ism Cash is the great motive Power Largs discounts for Cash at the ceiti1l grocery opposite the Post office Cambridge Ohio coffees sugars teas syrups Quee Swaro and glassware All marked Down. Alto a Large Stock of tin Ware. Stoves firk Flo its grates in Amele d w a r a brass kettles and pumps n. B. Roofing and spouting a specially. 8st�opposite Mcculley a Storo main Street Cambridge Unne-2o-v6-n2-tf Ayers Cherry pectoral for diseases of the Throat and Lunas such As coughs colds whooping cough bronchitis asthma and consumption. Among the great discoveries of Modem science few so of More real value to Mankind Tuiuri this effectual remedy for All 7diseases of die Throat and lungs. A vast trial of its Virtues throughout this and other countries has shown that it Doe surely und effectually control them. The testimony of our Hest citizens of All classes establishes the fact that Chi but pectoral will and docs relieve and cure the afflicting disorders of Ute Throat and lungs beyond any other Medicine. The most dangerous affections of the pulmonary organs yield to its Power and cases of cured by this preparation Are publicly known so remarkable As Laidly to is believed were they not proven beyond dispute. As a remedy. It is adequate on which the Publio May rely for full Protection. By curing coughs til forerunners of More serious disease it eaves unnumbered lives and an amount of suffering not to be computed. Or challenges trial and Cen Vinces the most sceptical. Every family should keep it on hand is a Protection against the Early and unperceived attack of pulmonary affections which ars easily met at first but which become incurable and too often fatal if neg Lee Ted. Tender lungs need this defence and ii is unwise to be without it As a safeguard to children amid the distressing diseases whish beset the Throat and Chest of childhood cd Cit by pectoral is invaluable for by its timely use multitudes Are rescued from premature Graves and saved to Hie love and affection centred of them. It acts speedily and surely against Ord nary colds Semi ring sound and Herlth restoring sleep. No one will stiffer troublesome Luflin Enka and painful bronchitis when they know How easily they can be cured. Originally the product of Long laborious and successful chemical investigation no Cost or toil is spared in making every bottle in the utmost possible perfection. It May be confidently relied upon As possessing All the Virtues it a Ever exhibited and capable of producing cures As memorable As the greatest it has Ever effected. Prep amid by or j. C. Ayer amp co., lower mass., practical and analytical chemists. A old Ryall druggists bits Twitty. In Medicine Quality is of the first importance family drug amp prescription store sign of Largo mortar one door West Eagle House where May be found a fresh and full assortment of drugs medicines i Wale goods sold on credit. R. C. Grayes. Ubly pure wines and liquors for medicinal purposes. Perfumery Fine toilet powder elegant powder boxes hair oils. Buffalo and rubber hand mirrors Nail brushes turkish towels. Puffs pomade tooth crashes clothes brushes Combs English French and american soaps amp cd a amp a trusses. Supporters shoulder braces elastic stockings ac., a. In fart every thing pertaining to a first Tass drug store. Physicians and family prescription compounded at All hours. The favorite Home reme Ify d eminently a family Medicine and by being kept ready Tor immediate use. Will save Many an hour of suffering and Many a Dollar a time and doctors Bill it. After Over forty years trial it is still Here ving Hie most unqualified testimonials to its Virtues from persons of the highest character Ami resp ii Ihli Lity. Eminent physicians recommend it As the most effectual specific for All disease of the liver. Stomach and spleen As a it Emedy in Valarious fevers. Bowel complaints dyspepsia. Mental depression restlessness. Tank Lief. Nausea. Sink headache Colic constipation Ana bilious Ness it has no equal. Sold by Ltd druggist. Jan. 8th 78 a a Collum amp a a Kinney a arc prepare to attend be All tee want Al their customers i heir line of making amp repairing wagons or All sires and patterns. Thev Alse inv Leniton to the facilities for shoeing and Tho other thousand and Oft thing Fiade at hic blacksmiths shop of of toc03atm a Mckinney Fin to -23-rn___onth-end. Mill St none but reliable medicines used in the preparation of prescriptions _ physicians throughout the county Are respectfully invited to Call and see on Stock. A Gap residence one door West of Stere r. M. Green proprietor. H. C. Hayles clerk. Camm Ltd orto. Wanted to sell a desirable property situated in the town nasal evil e. Guernsey county Avran Quot arc i few 11�?~0.liertv is and is admirably arranged for a grocery and a business Man will w Quot he sold Bear. For Cah for further particulars inquire in per a ii a a Terr of Patrick w Hea Lan Bellaire. Belmont county Ohio aug 27-3w. Mrs. Bridget Quinn. Muski Ngum College. Erwe next term of this inst tit a Tion will commence August 31st, and Eon Tine eleven weeks. Teit a Ion from 1?oar<1 Fri a Quot <2oo and we to Davil it aul prelate

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