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24 Dec 1885

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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1885, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge Herald. Save your Money and buy at Ogieru a Jook store All the Holiday goods \ on want in books albums bibles thursday december 24, 1885. Locals. Gen Grants Book. J. I. Mahaffey Tho agent will to engaged fur the next two weeks in delivering the Book entitled Grants memoirs and it is desired that All subscribers be prepared to receive it. Any one desiring the Book can leave their names at the Herald office and in due time their wants will be supplied. Every person who has seen it says its a splendid work. Toilet crisis we wish that All readers of the Herald May have a merry Christmas and a Happy new year a tis True this is a common saying but we desire it receiver in Tho True acceptation of the word All ladies who expect to keep open House new years will Confer a favor by sending their names to the Herald. Pretty new years cards at the Herald office. The latest designs and Soh cheap. J work boxes vases i of let sets Gold pens pencils and Fine stationery. Of for 1385. I v c0 i liar Price $1.00. The cd line it Iton cd the to of Qto. At Jar Price in in Cli 0 juvenile books it eats in to Ltd no Dollar any juvenile Book sold at half Price. A v i v it omit s obis Stobb Cambridge Ohio if j a live so education it the Active a Duff cd patterns of any size. Unparalleled offer e\emore3t�?Ts / Thebes of All the magazines. Illustrated with original steel purr Nam inns photo rarities and Oil pictures each conv of a a Demorest in atm m Al gains a Coupon on of any pattern ult that number in an subscriber or p two Cerat stamp for Complete pattern from the Magazine Only two dollars Patter per Yeai ii and kinds Bendow Chi n a get Fen times its value a a a a in w Jennings Demorest pub Slier 71.14th St new York. Quot vol. 22 sold by All new dealers and postmaster. 1566 of pore cod liver Oil Iii a a a _ hos Philosof Lime amps almost As Atabelo As p,1 ilk. Tho Only preparation of of liver Oil that i an to liken ready and tolerated for a Long time by delicate stomachs. And As a rpm fat for c of Hytron it Roh my s a to it lit is a \ a Khz i a Kwaii pub idly. Foil is a n it Throat of. , and ally its i i it fun Oren is up children it is Narv la ii Iii its Quot Rivitts. J described and Ender. I by to by t physicians in Tho countries of Tho world. For Sale by All druggists. Dec. 3 i or father Mother and three Sisters dead. Or. David Claypool formerly sergeant Al arms of the new Jersey Senate and no it notary Public at Cedarville curl it Erlane g>., n.j., makes the following still to lug statement a my lather Kotlier and three Sisters All died with consumption and rut hinge were so weak i raised blood. Nola Elj thought i could live. My work ship Smithing was very straining on me with my weak Constitution and i was rapidly going to the grave. Bile in this condition i commenced using i Shiers Herb bitters and it saved my life. Because it was so difficult to get it in this Little place and i had improved so much i slopped taking it for a time and the result is that i have commenced going rapidly Down Hill again. Somehow Mishler a Herb bitters gives appetite and strengthens and builds me up As nothing else docs and i must have a dozen bottles at once. Use this communication As you please and if any one wants to to convinced of its truth let them write my and i will make affidavit to it for j owe my life to Mishler a Herb bitters/1�?T the secret of the almost invariable Relief and cure of consumption dysentery diarrhoea dyspepsia indigestion kidney and Liv r complaints when Mishler a Herb bitters is used is that it contains dimple harmless and yet powerful ingredients that act on the blood kidneys and liver find through them strengthens and invigorates the whole system. Purely vegetable in its composition prepared by a regular physician a a Standard medicinal preparation in fused by physicians and druggists. These Are four Strong Points in favor of Mishler a Herb bitters. Mishler a Herb bitters is sold by All druggists. Price $1.00 per Large bottle. 6 bottles for $5.00. Auk your druggist for i Shufro a Herb jut Terr if he does not keep it do not take anything Elan but Sand a Portal Nard to Mishler Herb bitters jo., do Commerce Street Philadelphia. Leb,dui.ly.e4w.j go to Salmon a for toys mrs. Pringle is very sick Salmon a for Holiday goods go to Salmon a for jewelry go to Salmon,9 for watches. To to Salmon a for bargains. Green is Headquarters for hour. For bargains go to Thalheimer a. Go to Salmon a for Gold spectacles. Salmon a for watches and jewelry. Fresh evaporated fruits at greens. Latest style hats now in. At Thalheimer a. Go to Salmon a for your Holiday presents. Miss Jennie Gallup is ally cited with fever. Salmon a Holiday display will be immense. Common candies 15 cts at I. Mckinney a. Cranberries to cts. Per quart at R. Boyce a. For All kinds of Holiday goods go to Salmon a. Flour Only $1 .00 per 501b sack at . Mckinney a. Overcoats at Cost of manufacture at Thalheimer a. A Gas pipe is being Laid along South oth Street. It is complained of that potatoes Are not keeping Well new line of mufflers just received at Thalheimer a. Tie school children Are delighted this week. Vacation. Hay Sells at $20 per ton at Bellaire so says the Tribune. John Scott left tuesday Ona business trip to Illinois. Children a overcoats at your own Price at Thalheimer a. Everything in the grocery line cheap at Lindsey a. Go see Halliday presents to purchasers it a rival elite. The finest line of gents mufflers can be found at Ulirsch bergs a. Mason g. St. John is working at the c. Amp m. Office Here. J. F. Salmon is closing out his toys dolls and vases at Cost. Alex Sarchet the grocer is off on a business trip to Toledo. Candy 15 cents per Wjk find two pounds for 25 cents at greens. Episcopal services will be held at their Chapel sunday evening. Oysters or lunch served in the Best style at Beck s restaurant. Twenty five boxes of Florida oranges jut received at Halliday a. J. Of Salmon a jewelry store is Headquarters for Holiday goods. Fine line of dried fruits and canned goods at a h. Mckinney a. Mrs. 8ul Mercer of Bridgeville to dangerously ill of lung trouble. It will make your Mouth water to so the Fine candies at Boyces. Underwear at from fifty cents to three dollars a suit at Thalheimer a. One Pound of Haines sausage is Worth two of the Zanesville sausage. I a Heimer cites i entire Stock at co t from now until new wars the report that seats in the new m. E. Church Are to he sold is denied. Mrs. Prof. Burgess has returned from an extended visit at Lancaster. A masque carnival at opera rink Christmas night. Lots of fun common Candy 15 cts. Per lb., or two pounds for 25 cts. At Ii. Boyces. The children Are particularly fond of Tho Candy they buy at 8. C. Scott a. They All say that to Etolier has the Nob Biest Stock of Slipper in town. Pretty Holiday cards will be Given to each purchaser of goods at Boe Tehero a. Bor Fine cigars stogies and tobacco go to i. M. Marshes in the Taylor Block. The c. So Ai. Railroad employees Are Happy. They Are being paid if this week or. C. A. Moore has purchased the celebrated running , White stocking. W. Ii. Mulberry the genial landlord of Newcomerstown was in Cambridge on Friday Alake your children Happy with a useful Christmas present a child a suit from i Dalheimer. Finest dress suits former Price Twenty dollars reduced to fifteen dollars at Thal Heine re. . Marsh the tobacconist is badly crippled from the use of a preparation to heal a sore leg. Milton Burgess who is attending medical College at Ann Arbor is borne during the holidays. Hon. L. Hanford of St. Blairsville was in Cambridge tuesday looking after some Legal business. B. 8. Hall of Washington gave us a Call monday and renewed his subscription for another year Robert Bugan a been visiting friends in Morgan and Washington counties for the past two weeks. A diner Liege who has been attending school rib Ann Arbor mich., is Home to spend the holidays. E. S. Ingle of Kansas has for the past few Days been visiting friends in the Eastern part of this county. If of want to make a Christmas pres ont buy one of those line Mersch Liam pipes at t. M. Marshes. Some one tolls us that James Cowden of Adams township entertains the idea of removing to Tennessee. Last week a. W. Laughlin of lore i it killed a half dozen hogs which averaged in weight 300 pounds. Of you want your clothes cleaned or repaired of he Ream go to Kersey son Mill Street opposite court House to your Christmas candies can be bought As cheap at a it. Mccollums East end grocery As any place in Tho City. Miss Alice Rankin teacher in room is 075, left by rid a evening to spend Hie holidays at her Home in Bellaire. A r. Mccollum in the East end has a Nice line of Christmas candies fruits nuts Etc cheap for the toe prices offend by cattle buyers Are so Low that owners Are loth to part with 1 the animals and therefore the Market is i quiet. I a Little son of theydus Jones fell the other Day and broke his Arm. J. Ii. Mckinney will give you More Candy for 25 cts than you can buy elsewhere special inducements offered on overcoats at Kirsch bergs the one Price Clothier. If you want a Good Christmas dinner be sure and get your supplies at r. A Lindsey a. If you want boots or shoes Call at Boe Tehero a for lie is offering at specially Low prices. J. R. Boyces greens Block is Headquarters for Christmas candies Lemons and oranges. Our prices Are 25 per cent lower on China and Glass Ware than last year. Halliday amp co. Anything you buy at Salmon a you May depend upon its being exactly As represented. Salmon a jewelry store will be Headquarters for jewelry and watches during the holidays. 0 remember this fact that Salmon has the largest Stock of jewelry Ever brought to Cambridge. When hungry go to s. C. Scott a restaurant. Excellent Are the oysters and meals Given you. Air. Miles a c. A Ai. Employee and miss Esther Moreland of this place were married last tuesday R. Boyces Stock of groceries Are All fresh and he will not be undersold by any in use in town. Gen. A. T. Wikoff of Columbus has taken charge of the management of the c. Sam Railroad. To is a gentleman Well known throughout the state and Ai sheriff Good business manager. Very Little change will he made in the employees of the Road As will be seen from the following circular Cleveland a Marietta Railroad. Receivers office. A Amer Idyk Ohio december 16, 1rs5 i notice to employees notice is hereby Given to All employees that i have this Day assumed the duties of the office of receiver of the Cleveland so Marietta Railroad company. Aii accounts should to closed on december 15th, and opened again on the 16th separate reports should be made for each half of the month and it is requested that reports for the first half of december be sent Iii As soon As possible. I Hope to receive j lie Hearty support and co operation of All the employees of the previous management and i assure All that none will he removed without sufficient cause. A. T. Wikoff1. Receiver. Court . J. Las. R Barr clerk report. W. Campbell judge Aud ii. P. Mcdonald h i a ,701111 it drown. A a its 101 occur nere this week lilting cause continued. J a t a. The sane family. I is John ii be crust by i f Bingle Cambridge spent most of last Lieut aka Mai Ilu Femiani o.�?z2frej? a a Quot a Ranee. Where death is sadness reigns and so it was at the late Home of mrs. Mary Craig at Washington last wednesday afternoon when All that was mortal of Lier who Lay in the casket resting As one in sleep. Tho Largo congregation of friends and neighbors present Yea even the stranger dropped a tear at t he Bier. The funeral obsequies wore very impressive and a the touching re Markhof revs. Mahaffey and Garrett and the feeling prayer of Rev. Mcfarland fell upon the ear the aged wept As Well As the voting. As emblematic of Wink Well done rested 1t 1 1,a i upon Black draped Collin with Silver fro i o m ifs rn8 v11 Cap ranging adorn Mont a sheaf of wheat Ami a Crown from 1.00 to s-1 50, suitable fora Nice of Beautiful Immortelle. A choir Sang Christmas present. Softly and sweetly some of the hymns rho journal Penitentiary report of i which were favourites of the deceased. At wednesday says that Capstack had been i tic finish leaving taking began and for in Tho pen before. J half an hour the procession passed View l. Mcbee has a Large and varied Stock i Renia Nhy which ended Tho line of of boots end shoes which he is Selling at i narc wa8 Itken up to Tho cemetery greatly reduced prices. Where the body was deposited in Tho Fain a i ily vault Alay she rest in peace. Greatly reduced prices go to rechts for your Christmas candies Ile has in Stock a Supply which tempts every passer by. The Post office Here will be open on Christmas and new years from 9 to to a. Rn., and 4 to j In i bos. Pyles placed a Fine Monument in the cemetery monday in memory of the Wile of Henry Henagar. Some one extracted Money from the rare of t. C. Bey Mer tuesday while the clerks were at Tho front of the store. The costs in the Case of Ohio is Capstack amounted to nine Hundred and eighty five dollars and sixty five cents. Z. A >., grocers have probably Tho Lar Gest and finest line of Holiday goods in town. A. Look at them will convince you. Alonzo Griffith lost a Twenty Dollar Bill tuesday Between tile Eagle hotel and i it. A. Depot. Hie finder will be re warded by returning the same to him. Prof. J. Ii bar let will conduct the vocal department at the Barckhoff or an concert at the Ai. E years night. There was sorrow throughout the town last thursday when the news spread that the estimable wife of dead the deceased was highly esteemed arid the death Angel has taken from tile social circles Here a favorite. She was a consistent member of the Ai. E Church. Her Maiden name was Mollie e. Endly and she was born at Washington this county june 28th, 1857. In the year 1878, sept. 25th, she was wedded to Howard in. Simons of this place and since that time a lived in Cambridge. To them were born three children Blanche by aged 7 years Laird p., aged 5, and to i 11 in ll., aged 3, All of whom Are living i lie funeral took place from the Home on i North 6th Street Friday afternoon and i was largely attended. The bereaved Lainily have Tho sympathy of the entire con Unity a ire was discovered in Tho Large Frame tenement House on South Mill Street Sun Day just after dinner and excitement was High until after the fire department civil cares. county is Augusta Dis Schultz revived Iii the name of Herman Schultz As administrator by consent of court. J f a Rallar is Joseph Stoner revived by consent in tin name of Joseph Bey Mer and Sarah Stoner As administrators and continued. Annie j Johnson is James b Johnson Etal assignment of Dower confirmed judgment for 1-3 of rent Ami against defendants for costs and writ of Possession Given. A y and b w speck is Eli and j a Moore settled at costs of defendant. Lafayette Huber and in a of Caleb Bulter is it ii Scott it a1. Settled. Samantha Miller is John w Brown big surety Couso Alice ii Arnold. Agreement judgment against defendant lot costs. Lovilia Todriek or i g Price it a1 settled each party to his own costs Ohio is Jacob Ley continued on his own recognizance to next term. W i Davis is it Scott settled at costs of defendant Louisa Ford is win Ford dismissed at the costs of defendant. Jas Moreland is a g Scott settled. Zelina Paisley it a1, is Eliza May it a1. Order for partition commissioners Samuel Johnson. Goo Brazier and Jessie Reed two cases j b a Necek it a1 is Benj Martin it Al settled. T ii Nihil guardian Etc is c v Bond. Demurrer overruled judgment in favor of plaint ill for $1,500 and costs. Levi Montgomery is John Bay it a1 settled. a Mary e. Hay is Joseph Stoner dismissed at costs of plaintiff. Joseph Hughes is of. H. Ted Rick motion to strike petition from tiles overruled leave to plead by Jan to anti continued. Robt Mccleary is Andrew Mccleary it a1 settled each party to his own costs. Julia a Moore is Ben Nail Swain it a1 judgment for $101.25 and order for Sale Lark Rose Adinor of j l Turnipseed is Eliza j Tillett judgment for $86.45 and order to sell. A aggie Stiles is Elmer Stewart on motion of defendant the surety consenting this cause is continued. J r Barr and x j Hutchison add no is of Hiram Ferguson deed is Alex Mccoy judgment by default for $210.35 and costs. Iii tilt matter of the annual report of i lie minty commissioners a Troette and m s Sleade Iii connection with the prosecuting attorney were appointed to examine the report. John a mender Assignee Etc is win Mack it a1 finding for plaintiff and order to sell free from Dower. Finding due John the Library Magazine. Alden a Library Magazine is quite the peer of the great $1 monthlies in the amount and High Quality of the literature which it presents though its Cost is Only a year. Among the contents in the current number Are articles by such noted authors As Canon Farrar Max Muller the Bishop of Carlisle Cardinal Newman Philip Scalp and others. This Magazine ought to have a circulation of a Hundred thousand f t �5n.t,a sex Tecimen fron the publisher John in Alden new York City Tor 15 cents. Quaker City. A j Davidson Columbus is in town. J b and m l Hartley Are Able to he out. Sonneborn s Branch clothing store moves away next week. New Concord. Win Grumman is reported better. James Miller will clerk for w l Harper in a Moore is clerking in Alex Speer a new store 1 Rev Martin addressed the Christian associations monday evening. Dias Feyer has temporary charge of the Enterprise during or Aikins illness. Alex Speer or has moved into the Wilkin stand which he purchased recently. The a Chimney Corners a mud a Cit the stage we ill he played at Bloomfield thursday evening dec 24 by Tjie same company that played them in re dec 3. A drink pretty creature a Little at a time and you will relieve your cold and not rack your Chest and lungs to pieces. Aim not rack your Chest and lungs to pieces i lie negro population has been increased an<1 keep every body else in a state of agita a a Tan nov of Erht. I twin in Stock Salesi at the Lofland House stables Cambridge Ohio tuesday december 20,18859 Wideawake agents wanted for the great conspiracy events powerful pen of Gen John \ Lei Oak of -v6 r la we ?Bros us St., Cincinnati. Ohio. Dec 34t by a family of eight. Miss May Devore of Graysville county is at j w Hills. Two weddings Are to occur Here this week Tion. 5 of surely ought to spend a Quarter Aion Roe i a bottle of or. Bulls cough syrup it will you. In Inilla Llinus Willice Quaker City Sells More Holiday goods than any town of its size in the county. Tim Christian Sabbath school will give a treat to its scholars Christmas night. L c Barrett recently of Cambridge has a store in the Hurle so Faulkner Block. The Beecher House bar room has been greatly improved within the past few Days. By Anderson Fairview passed through i or Viv uit1 Pitt Here returning from Columbus medical col Thompson Lego. I a great revival is in Progress at the m e Church no such Awakening been seen Here for years. So far thirty two have United with the Church and the interest seems to be increasing. Sunday evening presiding elder i Aine preached and Many were turned away unable to find seats. Advertised letter list. Cambridge Ohio dec. Filth. 185. The following list of letters re Naiu uncalled for at the Cambridge Post office mail i pm Sta get and avg will san ,.iur h Royal valuable pm in ii a a ads that will put Money at once than Guikink More both sexes of All ares Raji Ivahn a an Eric in spare time or All la t a at 0, and work . We wifi of Start Al ?6 capital not Retiree who Start at once a met sure for Cortland main. A Rem co., i v j miss Cosey ick Cleary or. James Adams miss Nan in homers or. J. E. Brady or. Aaron Hunt or. John Hartong or win. James m r. J olm Merrill or. Howard Suitt miss Susan Willhelm r ii Bougher Henry Bailey mrs. Kate Dougherty mrs i Mon Hunt Willie Harper mrs add in Kimball w. L. Scott or. Henry Shaw r. K. Young postal cards. Or. Alonzo Willson. W. Ii. Organs h. Mcilyar a m married. Great reductions in prices during a a the holidays. F Ull size parlor organs p of in Fine cases pud i a put Money saved by avoiding paddlers and calling at sarchet�?T8 Sciric Stoke no 12tf Opp Post office Cambridge A a new dec of by Elza _ Maggie amp a la cry a sly a Quot a the Columbia bicycle Calendared �?T881 of a Bride Quot de 17 a Lmh at the a truly artistic elegant and convenient a a work in Chr Oruo Libi Graphy and the letter press is the Columbia bicycle Calendar for 1886 just issued by the Pope manufacturing company of Boston. Each Day of the year appears upon a separate slip with a quotation pertaining to cycling from Lead ing publications and prominent writers on both sides of the Ocean. As a work of convenient Art it is worthy a place in office parlor or Library a Birmingham. S m Hyde was Here Friday. Marsh Randall is convalescing. Will Scott Cambridge is in town. I retracted meeting closed thursday. Literary society met tuesday evening or speck and lady Tippecanoe Are Here. A festival will be Given by ladies of m e Church Friday. Mrs Martha Thompson goes to Cambridge to remain some time. Mrs David Steele of near Winchester died at her Home thursday. Protracted meeting began at the Grove appointment monday evening. John Ralston and wife Washington a Are visiting Washington township friends. Mrs Letitia Anderson is suffering from a fall Down a stairway last week. Her Side and shoulder were seriously bruised and she has been suffering acutely. Her and Millie testy or x --------8 parents by Rev j h. Nash or. J. V. Gunn and miss Nettie a. Barnes both of Jefferson township. Dissolution of partnership. Notice is hereby Given that the partnership heretofore existing Between Marsh and c. A. Dennis has this Day by Mutual consent been dissolved. The Hooks of the firm have been left in charge of Marsh who will hereafter conduct the business and it is urgently requested that All those knowing themselves indebted to the said firm will Call and Settle at once. Cambridge o., dec. 19, 1885. Do of on . Marsh. Dec i get c. A. Den is. Legal notice. I 9 hereby Given that A. Troette has To Niv by ,poimt0�?~i an i qualified As Assignee in Trust for the Benefit of the creditors of Levi. Umi afrank. All those indebted to said Assignor i make immediate settlement and creditors allowance Claing duly authenticated for Troutte a Tando hut administrator s Sale 0f real estate a and grocery store a has just been opened by w. A. And Josie Blake at it. Pleasant Guernsey co., Ohio where can be obtained the choicest goods at very Low prices. Mrs. Blake cannot be surpassed As a Milliner and dressmaker and s5 ahc7,.work a a a a a fall and Winter g o o i it n received at no x r for u a ref i lion printed if in i a in it 1 he we Fine of of Sand miss Flora w of defendant. Hayes took place at the residence of the i in icky Deprill is David for Hracho it or Quot less parents thursday evening in the a a in pur8�ance of an order granted by the Ai. Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Presence of about fifty assembled guests common pleas court of Guernsey county Michael Bumon Rdidier is Mason Mil a Robt Tannehill officiated after which v a a we wil1 a re at Public auction at the. Door of the court Hougen Cambri get Peters Chaser a a child of in Sears of North Salem received some severe Burns last week by its c lollies catching fire while standing in front of a grate. Over in Belmont county buyers Are of Feising 30 and 31 cents for Wool but holders do not seem inclined to sell hence the Market is quiet. Subscriptions to the amount of Over one thousand dollars have been taken with a View of prospecting for natural Gas at Quaker City. It is announced that 78th V. I will hold a reunion at Mcconnelsville on the Jird inst. Maj. J. T. Rainey is booked Tor an address Thomas Cochran of Bellaire was Here last week during the last Days of his brother ii Liam a sickness and remained until after he was buried. If you expect to present any Friend Christmas gift Call at M. Mcgihn s. Ile has a Large Stock and it would be Well Worth your while to look at it. Hrs Wall of this place and ii wry of lore City last monday removed a Jar to tumor which had settled on the sciatic nerve from James Foster of Morgan Junction. It will be a grand sight to Stop and see the elegantly displayed show windows of u k. Raymond a co., As you pass by. If 7, n Mark ent clerk in. 1>. Brill. Done to forget the entertainment at the. Church i thursday mistake or the bundle of Sticks Church on new upped on the ground which was in Ler t it a Ltd a the Best i double Quick time and conquered the vhf d r Mapel judgment by t v in nil amp friends follow the Hap Quot j Haines. Hardly bad our citizens settled e a b r8 dollars and 85 cents and i a Down before the fire Bell Avain sounded or it or to for cure of rheumatism neuralgia in a Mary Johnson is Price Bro it Al. De-1 various phases of Ca Quot Laoureux the the alarm and soon the streets were filled with excited people. This Timo it was found that that grand ? old Structure the City ii All was in danger As a Blaze of no Small proportions was ascending skyward through the roof. By extra exertion on the part of the department the building Yot stands with nothing to make the edifice less imposing except an 6x8 air chamber in the roof. Sparks from Chim Neys falling upon the roofs is the sup posed cause in both cases. The Iowa , William and c. M. Robinsons appeared at the opera skating rink saturday night Ami attract cd a Large crowd of spectators. There were til rec of them and their combined height was 23 feet and to inches. It was a novel sight to see so Many tall men to Gether. However their skating was not beyond the Ordinary and consequently the people were somewhat disappointed file parties were born in this and cosh it it ton counties and Are sons of John in saturday january 16th, 1886, at one of clock Ai. On said Day fault against Jas Willis foes dollars,66 i Mi-crvnialc0,1 an if Gnu up be salvation i skilled nguev631 estate twit cents Aud continued As to Brice Bros. 0il� the greatest pain cure on Earth. It if known As the Northeast ouarter�?Tnm10quoth i cents0 a�bot11e&Quot Price 25 it we8t or of a a the Ghio is Chaa Capstack burglary motion for new trial overruled. Defendant Ben. Beauregard will give a history of e Shiloh com Nairn Jet. Except not Bavin been previously con the Shiloh us january�7umted and punished for felony and court j or. Of be North american review. He claims that Gen. Algernon Sydney Johnson acted Only As a corps commander at Shiloh Gen Beauregard emphatically asserts contrary to common belief that he was the sole commander on both Days. And without naming them Controvert the reports of Grant and Sherman As to the nation s forces being taken by Surprise. Canon Farrar has an article on the Church in America also the Marquis of Lorne col. Ingersoll Mil thinking it right and proper a general sentence of imprisonment in the Ohio Penitentiary together with the costs was imposed. Ohio is John Ryan burglary. Sen sliced to one year in the Penitentiary Ohio is gee Baker liquor Case motion for new trial overruled. Defendant excepts. Ohio is Samuel Russell larceny yer Lier guilty. Value of properly fifty cents. Fined five dollars and costs. Ohio a Richard s Fisher larceny verdict guilty Val be of property Twenty cts. Mod five dollars and costs. Frank ii. Sanborn Haye articles in january number. J Whin son who removed to Iowa in 1863. There Are also four Sisters whose average height is six feet and four inches. Clam no admission fee will be charmed. Everybody invited. Our genial Friend T. Suitt Deputy clerk ban in yen led a Patent for removing Ink from pens. Ile will Uke great pleasure in showing it if Yon Call at the clerk office. W. R. Kimball called in the first of the week Ami pud up his subscription to the fib old. He expects to Start next month on a trip through Kansas and if suited will locate there. Mr.-. W. L. Dodd has purchased the Uptown restaurant from n. E. Stanley and Lias taken Possession. She has refitted it up in Good style and we predict she will do a Good business. We had a very pleasant Call from s. A ecu i i lentil the Marietta to in the u is Day. He was Here on business connected with the Revenue office. My. Is a very Clever gentleman. A seeming half starved horse helping As a team to haul a Load of Coal fell in a fit in front of the Eagle saturday. By extra exertion on the part of doctors it was enabled to Rise again. Do not fail to hear prof. Barckhoff a Organ concert at the new m. E. Church Friday evening january 1st. The new pipe Organ will he used and the Church opened for the first time. Howard Miller of Cumberland was Oyer last week trying to collect some of his old accounts but found it an Uphill business. He however collected enough to remember the poor Printer. The miners along the b. Is Held a meeting saturday and agreed to go to work at 50 cents hut the operators Are As yet undecided. So that Tho situation remains the same As last reported. In l. Wilgus Tho gentlemanly private Secretary of Gen. Peaso who we mentioned la-1 week As having gone too Lumpus is still in the c. So m. Office at this place and expects to remain Homo time yet. Tho grand master has notified Tho daughters of Rebekah i.o.o.f., Here he cannot be present at a Public installation but it ignite Likely that District Deputy Kerr will proceed As master of ceremonies. Charles Capstack and John Ryan Tho two persons convicted at this term of Couit wore taken to the Penitentiary by sheriff Mcdonald tuesday. The former a general sentence and the latter for oho year. Samuel a Valentine of Clio sold a Fine Mammoth Bronze Turkey to i or. Barnes of the same place monday. He also sold a pair to s. A. Cunningham of Londonderry township they average 18 pounds. As has been his custom a c. Scott the enterprising merchant of Winchester last week presented the Herald men with a Fine Large Turkey which he intends we shall feast upon Christmas Ami for which lie will please accept our thanks. Miss tilde Dilley aged about 36 Veals died at the residence of Lier Mother in Cumberland sunday of consumption i he deceased we learn was born in cum Berland and has always lived there. She was a member of the presbyterian Church h and a lady respected by and she will be greatly missed. Managed Mother three Sisters mrs. Mary Watson or. Henry Burkheimer mrs. Nancy Bradley Anda brother James la. Dilley Are left to mourn her departure besides a Host of friends. The funeral took place monday and was largely attended. The Byesville Cornet band Wil pro vide amusement for the citizens of that place at their Hall on the evening of december 31st, 1885, by giving a festival. The menu will consist of oysters and Mush and milk. Among the features of the occasion will he a contest by two Young ladies to secure a Fine Alburn and by four gentlemen who want the Gold headed Cane the proceeds will he applied to the Purchase of suits for the band Good music will be furnished everybody should attend. Var fourth grand Ball to be Given by Home Hose company no. 2, in Hammond a opera House this thursday evening Kroo ram me. Quadrille , quadrille Waltz by Enno quadrille Waltz Scotti Sehe quadrille Medley quadrille polka Varso a Leone intermission thirty minutes. Quadrille danish polka Waltz quadrille so Tische. Vars Vienne quadrille Waltz polka quadrille Vars Vienne schottische quadrille. Waltz Horne Sweet Bomi everything gives Promise of an enjoyable occasion. Fri company deserves the patronage of All lovers of dancing. A a a prof a Barckhoff the eminent organist and Organ builder assisted by two organists and the ladies of the Church will give a vocal and instrumental concert at the new m. E. Church on new n ear s night. I he Price of admission to the main auditorium Xvi 11 he 50 cents to the Gal Lory 35 to the lecture room 25 cents rickets arc now on Sale. Cambridge Encampment no. 1500. O. I., elected the following officers at their meeting monday evening R Troette P. M. Fordyce 8. W. A h. J Vui. Iii cumin mn-1 o a to die Janus or said ii Aires As Torand Carnegie. An Irish Mem co one Hundred and fort eight is rods re a. Her of parliament elect John Boyle of Reilly. The Tepee West to the place of beginning t to Asso Inal Clay sir John Macdonald and Glrst described tract appraised at it. Us. Second described tract appraised at $280. Terms of Cash one third in nine months and one third in eighteen months. Deferred payments to Bear interest from the Day of Sale and to be secured by mortgage on said premise. Joseph Beymer. ,.sarah Stoner administrators of Joseph Stoner deceased. Declo soot r. W. Anderson atty. No cure no . Or. Kisner a method. Enn0aior a i Section three 3 in township one i and Range three 3 of the unappropriated lands in the military District subject to Sale at Zanesville Ohio contain a in ddts a my forty 40 acres and 37-100 of an acre. Alx it a Lii Jrex i Also seven 7 acres More or less off the 1 following described premises situated in said county and state to wit being part so Twenty one 21 in township two 2 of Range three 3commencing for the same at the South West Quarter of the lands formerly owned by James h. Eaton anti running thence North one Hundred and forty eight 148 rods thence East to the lands now owned by Robert Scott. Thence South along the line of the lands of said the Stock comprises All the novelties of the season William Cochran a Well and favourably known citizen of this place who has been afflicted with paralysis died last thursday his age was about 57 years. He was True to his friends and a kind hearted person. Tile funeral occurred on Friday conducted by revs Mcfarland and Milligan. The dedicatory services of Tho wow m. K. Church january 3, give Promise of being very interesting. As the program is new fixed Bishop Andrews will preach in the morning Rev. Or. Locke in the afternoon Ami lev Bailie of Delaware College in the evening. A choir of excellent musicians will Render music for the occasion. Since the above was in Type we hear that Rev. Locke has declined to preach the afternoon Hermon but his place will be filled by another. A society for the prevention of cruelty to children and animal was organized at the mayors office monday evening. The following officers were elected Brest dont Brof. To. Burgess vice residents win. Wilkin and t. In Anderson Secre tary To. Annin treasurer w. A. Rainey marshal Stanley agent. Close attention will repaid to Sec that the Law be obeyed. F and a. M. Lodge no. 131 at Cumberland j., elected the following officers at their last meeting thus. Bais Ley a m. C. C. Cosgrave 8. A Frank Wall W. Geo. Crow treat. Ilc. Hunter Sec a. Lee Bell 8. I Waldo Wilson D. W. G. Johnson Tyler Owen Nelson trustee. A b. Becks of Baldwin City Kansas is visiting friends in Guernsey and Belmont counties after an absence of 27 years. To will remain several weeks. He says things look natural but Cambridge Bas improved wonderfully in that time. J in is a brother of M. Becks of Wheeling township. W. C. Adams of the c. So m. Railroad will be married this thursday evening to miss May Higgins a leading society Belle of Norwalk Ohio. They will make their Homo in Cambridge rooms haying been secured in the Taylor Block. May happiness Ever attend them. There were a dozen or More turkeys stolen from off the farm of maj T. Rainey South of town a few nights ago the major is mad As is also or. Bodock the overseer for each exacted to have a Holiday feast. A literary society has been organized at the deep Cut. Hugh Bey Mer is Brest Dent and miss Ada Luzadder Secretary. Their meetings Are held on Friday evenings. A is it Over right to deceived will be discussed at next meeting. A communication in reference to the George Case tried in the common fleas court Here last crowded out. A Elias and Charles Lamb. A unique Genius that of Charles Lamb. The following is the programme of the i or to nothing that Ever appeared be-11vf i urn t i Krar me of the fore them or has since appeared Are the plaint and delightful a essays of Elia a a new edition of which has recently been is sued by Alden. A the literary revolution publisher of new York. Turn to any of your cyclopedia and they will Tell you that it hades Lamb was one of the most charming essayists that the English language has Ever known and also that his a essays of Elias Are the choicest of his works. They Are not merely the first work of their class gut like a a Pilgrim a Progress and a Robinson ruse they constitute a class by themselves. Hie volume is certainly one of the most delightful of the books described in or. Alden s 148 Page catalogue which he oilers to Send for 4 cants or his 16-Page catalogue which is sent free. Address John b. Alden publisher new York City. A it in a Blue Bell. A 0 Yake has returned from Cambridge schools will close in this Vicinity for the lion Days. The band boys expect to give a concert at the Church. New years eve. About 75 persons attended the birthday party of j Vav Willson last week. Who will be responsible for the base falsehoods that appear in the Republican in the Blue Bell items the editor or the itemized the open missionary meeting at the Christian Church at Harmony on saturday Loper ii. P. La Mckinney i a we i after Christmas. Will consist of a a us scribe. W p fyn j Are Christmas Temperance a missionary regl be cd i he a. I it. Freon i reas. Lugs and recitations All Are invited Cal and see and secure it a grains laug.6,883-tf. R. Sprague Vav. R Sprague w. H. I. T. G. Kerr trustees. Mcilyar and _ _ _ Holiday excursions Christmas and new year handle route. Prohibition. The handle route Pittsburg Cin the prohibitionist of Cambridge town c Nna Atud St Louis railway and the Chi a hip a request. To meet at url Quot a Quot wll e,�?Tvm-,8c�?T -7 Oci Ltd it Quot and a a aug Quot a it a a a a a on it extensive dec. Dint 188.>, to organize a prohibition system on dec. 24, 25 and 31, 1885, and Jan club. By order of committee. J. M. Cook Sec a. There were forty two witnesses for Tho tale and one Hundred mid fifty five for. To yi3u a. The defendant in the Cas of Ohio is Cap very Small Cost for transportation. Slack. And for Lim Aloin o i i k it 1 i Tiwi of i Tan it n a c p i Issi with limit of return passive until Jan. 2, 1886. This Liberal Concession in rates will be greatly appreciated by the patrons of these lines As affording them an excellent Opportunity to visit relatives and friends at a stack and forty six for the slate and eighty five for the defendant in the Case of Ohio a pack. Washington. Nice Winter weather. Saturday was a Good business Day. Bas e bite of Allegheny pa., is Home. Robt Dugan North of town has opened a Coal Bank. Win Purdum of Oil City pa., is visiting his parents. Hugh Mccreary bought a lot of Fine cattle last week. George Winiker Lias moved his store to Gibsons station. Our Public schools close Friday for a two weeks vacation. Rev Garrett is holding protracted meeting at Ltd Centerville is Umstot sold his household goods at auction saturday. Sand Dugan shipped 2,000 of poultry to new York last week. Wells so Skinner have received their Mill and will grind Corn for feed Etc. After a pleasant visit Here John Williams returned to his Home at California to. Log Cabin at the m e Church Christmas eve and Christmas tree at presbyterian Church Christmas night. Washington Market corrected weekly. Wheat90 to $1 of Corn. 35 to 50 apples 35 g 40 4 40 to 4 80 do. Rolling Mill do. 5 40 \ i Moth seed. 2 25 25 a 30 butter. Is egg 15 to 18 chickens Doz. I 50 to 2 of potatoes. 50 to of buckwheat flour per too . 3 of Joshua commanded the Sun to stand still in order that lie might have More time in which to Complete the defeat of the enemies of Israel. In tile Battle with disease we too must take advantage of every Means Given to Aid us in our combat. Mish week if ii no Frdd a Kew 1 1, Herb iitter8 is a potent agent against8 unavoidably dyspepsia ague sick headache and kidney and liver complaints. For time of trains and rates of fare apply to any agent of tile Handie route. 10-3t Quot an important discovery. Tho most important discovery is that which brings the most Good to the greatest number. Or Kings new discovery for consumption coughs and colds will preserve the health and save life and is a priceless Boon to Tho afflicted. Not Only does it positively cure consumption but coughs colds bronchitis asthma hoarseness and All affections of the Throat Chest and lungs yield at once to its wonderful curative Powers. If you doubt this get a free trial bottle at c l Wall amp cons drug store. A in Cumberland. Miss Mccartle has returned Home. Miss tilde Dilley died sunday and was buried monday desc c c Crosgrove received a car Load of furniture saturday a son was born unto Rev f m Kraler and wife the other Day. Twins at John Collins. This makes five children within five years. Merchants Are Happy Over the Good Holiday Trade they Are having. I j a utter had two turkeys stolen saturday. He bad just got them in Good condition for a Christmas feast. Upon discovery he was somewhat provoked. There is considerable of Petty thieving going on in this neighbourhood and the people Are growing tired of it. Cure for piles. Piles Are frequently preceded by a sense of weight in the Back loins and lower part of the Abdomen causing the patient to suppose he has some affection of the kidneys or neighbouring organs. At times symptoms of indigestion Are present flatulence uneasiness of the stomach Etc. 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It is made up of tie testimony of a multitude of witnesses the Plain unvarnished stories of the men in every rank and degree who did the marching digging and shooting and carried Forward hic War through All its varying phases to a glorious Success tile great value of the National Tribune a history is everywhere recognized and its files Are carefully preserved in every Large Library and historical collection in the country North or South besides this it presents every week a splendid array of editorials on current topics stories by the Best authors wit humor Aud information agricultural notes of the greatest value household hints and suggestions synopsis of the news of the week. Answers to correspondents Bright miscellany Etc., which will interest amuse and instruct every member of tile family. a. 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