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4 Jan 1883

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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1883, Cambridge, Ohio Of my Back thais a common expression and has a world of meaning. How much suffering is summed up Iii it. The singular thing about it is that pain in the Back is occasioned by so Many things. May be caused by kidney disease liver complaint consumption cold rheumatism dyspepsia overwork nervous debility amp a. The Cambridge Herald. Thursday. Jam. 4. 1883. Locals. Cli no amp daily Albany 0-, say a we Are Selling Large quantities of Browne a Iron bitters and it gives Good j the Quaker City Cornet band came personals knights of the Birch Rop. = Down to this place last thursday night i friends hero. David Forsythe is Back from the West. Howard Ferguson spent new years Here. Clark Scott of Newark b mixing with neglect wrong whatever the cause done to it. Something is and needs prompt attention. To Medicine has yet been discovered that will so quickly and surely cure such diseases As Browne a Iron bitters and it does this by commencing at the foundation and making the blood pure and Rich. Logansport. Ind. Dec. I isso. For a Long time i have been a sufferer from stomach and kidney disease. My appetite was very poor and the very Small amount i did eat disagreed with me. I was annoyed very in Ich from non retention of urine. I tried Many remedies with no Success until i used Brown s Iron bitters. Since i used that my stomach does bother me any. My appetite is simply immense. My kidney trouble is no More and my general health is such that i feel ii he a Lier Man. After the use of Browne a Iron bitters for one month i have gained Twenty pounds in weight. O. La. Saku. R. Leadin Clerc Remc physicians and recommend Brown s in it b ters. It has suffering As v will euro Yea. Cui used it i t it 14 Tell Feba i <4sa a in mended by physicians. Lus cd ill cure y clergymen. Any Casco office of a. T. Stewart a co. Chicago 111. Juno 4,1ss0. A costs. P. .7. Uvea by Etc Toveca Gentlemen a take pleasure in informing you that i have used hails Catarrh cure. It his cured Trio i was very bad and Don t hesitate to say thai it will cure and Case of Catarrh if talc a properly. Yours truly j a. Weatherford. Worth Hgt a Dottle. E. Mokray Jackson Mich writes Hare had Catarrh for 20 years Halls Catarrh cure cured me consider it Worth �10.00 a Beltie. Halls Catarrh care is sold by All druggists at kit a. Per Bottlo. Manufactured and sold by f. J. A a Ofney amp co. Sole proprietors Toledo. Ohio , for Sale by inc. B. Downer. It Lur Job department continues to turn j and serenaded j. I. Taylor. The occasion was then turned into a banquet where pleasure reigned. The boys rendered excellent music. The Christmas festivities at Lebanon school House Adams township were grand and interesting. A tree containing 370 presents was one of the features. A Fine parlor lamp was presented to the teacher miss Clara Malone by her scholars. For Frozen feet a sure cure is said to be equal parts of Glycerine arts Tannin rubbed on for three nights in succession and heated in Well by fire. Spirits of turpentine with As much camphor gum As will dissolve in it is also said to be an excellent remedy. Tile building committee of the new court House held a meeting last week Aud decided to make the contemplated changes in the location of the auditors commissioners prosecuting attorney and recorders offices As noticed in these columns recently. / or and mrs a. P. Shabber were made the recipients of two handsome presents monday eight it being tile 50th anniversary of their marriage. Or Shyfiner was presented with a Gold headed Cane and his wife with a Gold thimble. The Surprise was Complete but the enjoyment no less. / Rev w. Ii. Ste Liger who preached at the Baptist Church last Sabbath is Likely to be called to the pastorate of the same. It is the intention that he Divide his time with the Church Here and Salem near Gibsons where he will preach thursday and Friday evenings or Caldwell. A Young Man under the influence of liquor stopped the Washington Hack just East of town monday morning and with drawn revolver demanded a Rifle but was refused the vehicle being full. Beyond Ascare to the passengers nothing of a serious nature occurred. John m. Bonnet sr., jeweler and one of the most widely known and enterprising business men of Zanesville died o is thursday aged 71, of congestion of the out some Fine specimens of work. If you need any thing in the printing line Call and see us and learn prices. We Are still agents for the Panta Grappi Binder a convenience that gives entire satisfaction. School re opened Here tuesday. Miss Ida Dye has purchased a new piano. Boots and shoes at wholesale prices at i Hubert a. Rabbits sell at ten cents apiece in this i Marker. The late freeze has injured the wheat to some extent. James Lawrence preached at the . Church Sabbath night. Big bargains in boots and shoes at Hubert a closing out Sale. The time for killing Quail according to Law has expired for this year. A Little child of William la. Boyer of this place was buried Friday. The big doll at Salmon a was drawn by the senior partner of this paper. There is talk of giving another Ball in Pericles an Hall at an Early Date. William Gardner has been appointed assistant postmaster at Salesville. Warren Wheeler fell from a Dray Here tuesday an was considerably bruised. A Little daughter of or. And mrs. De. Edmunds was buried at Byesville Friday. Cyrus Gibson of Kimbolton will soon be Given charge of an engine on the c. Cd m. Road. The venerable mrs Thornburg died at few to spend the holidays Here in an instructive and profitable Institute. A valuable farm for Sale. A valuable farm containing 160 acres mostly Ridge land upon which was produced a Large crop of wheat Corn Etc the in addition to the report Given in the last Issue of the Herald concerning the i l As Ason it Quot ill be sold at $30 per acre. Dress goods we have just a civil novel things under tin very cheap. Our line of Cashmere can to be beat. I Tress it goods will convince a vend new and a pc head that Are All Wool 40 Inch a look at our non that they Are very cheap t hem Silks ii Tiss Crain Par and cities of is Grain we can give you a fair Iii silk for 70c, better for toe. And of $1,00 and $1,25 we Hare extra it it Good heavy and Rich looking or silk. There is nothing on the Market to let eat our $1,50, $1,69 and $ 1,75 Black is ask for them. We have just received an elegant line of i hadame Silks in All the popular shades cheap at $2.10 which we Are offering at $1.50 a big bargain. Cheap dress goods we a1 trays keep a Choice line at Bottom prices. Cashmere i Yard wide for 25c per Yard. We guarantee the very Best value for the Money in everything von Bur we also have a new style press it for 12mc per Yard which is Worth p trimmings you will find everything that is new and novel Iii this line at our store1. A no. I line of pushes and velvets. Fur pass amen tries with and without beads braids loops and buttons in till shape s and colors. Lier Home near open Cert a station Days ago. There was but one burial in the City cemetery from the 1st to the 29th of december. A new Stone crossing has been put Down at the intersection of main and Pine streets. Prices in Grain Here Are wheat do cents per Bushel Corn 60 and feed $l.o0 per Hundred. The stockholders of the new Bank will probably meet next week to perfect the organization. The week of prayer begins next Sabbath. It will be observed by All the churches Here. It is Given out that Milton Barnes paper the Cleveland Ledger has suspended publication. A Miner named Poland was injured by falling slate at the company mines East of town last week. A Public installation of officers of the g. U. O. F. Was had at the a. M. E. Church monday night. J. B. Garber and j. P. Gardiner have purchased the John Stevens property near the Railroad in Salesville. James Israel of it. Vernon o., writes a a Browne a Iron bitters seem to be improving my dyspepsia and constipation. William Graham the unfortunate Miner who was Hurt at Byesville recently has about recovered from the injuries. W. P. Gault has retired from the drug business at new Concord and it is said a purchased a grocery at Columbus. B. L. Belding retired As a partner from the firm of Cosgrave Moore amp co monday. He will Continuo to travel for it. The students of the different colleges who have been spending the holidays Here will return to their studies this week. c. Farquhar will be at the Eagle hotel january 13th. The doctor makes tilt treating of chronic diseases a specially. Mhz Dilia Yarnell of this place has become proficient in the Art of painting and her work d admired by All who look upon it. Mrs Simon Beymer died Al her Home near Pittsburgh the other Day. Lier father or Fracker formerly lived at Washington. Robber a beam a very respectable lady after a prolonged suffering with lung trouble died at Lier Home in this place saturday. The Cumberland presbyterian Church has extended a Call to Rev. Hays of Pennsylvania to become their pastor and he has accepted. Justice Patterson of Knox township has some Wool in his Possession that was shorn from sheep by his grand father Jonathan Stiles 55 years ago. Charles e. Jefferson delivered a lecture on a scam Bridges at them. E. Church new years night to a Large and appreciative audience. It was a masterly Effort. The advertisement of or. L. Hirsch Burg in this Issue is composed of Good sound common sense and should be preserved by All. Look for it and read it. A desirable House and lot in West Cambridge with Good assortment of fruit will he sold very Low. Enquire of or address nov Ign of a. F. Hubert. It has been authoritatively denied to us that tile Wheeling so Lake Erie system of railway had been sold to Gould As published in a Cincinnati paper a few Davs ago. Andrew Hyde of Londonderry township was accidentally but badly Cut about the head with a mattock in the hands o his father while digging a Drain the other Dav. W. B. Green removed his family Circleville monday. John Scott has so far recovered a be upon our streets. Warren Wheeler has removed from adj a quoted by pro Varnell Oil grammar. In to teachers Institute which was held last week we append the following wednesday. After lie usual form of opening prof Mcfarland lectured of arithmetic Fol cloaks we have As Good a line As can he found any place and if is getting a Little late Iii the season we have marked them Down to Rock Bottom prices. Now i it the time to buy. Blankets furnishing goods notions. Iii fact anything you want in the dry goods line you can buy cheaper than any place else. If you have bought we can save you Money ? i f you have bought you can find out How much you might have saved and know where to come the next time. Raymond amp co. Large number of italians that were employed on the c. So m. Railroad for a few months past have gone to work on the new Road building West from Woods Field. Albert Hinger whose Home is in Noble county and who 1ms friends in this coun to is lying dangerously ill at the St Francis Hospital Columbus with a Dis eased leg. A san of Peter seigfried of this neigh boyhood while handling a revolver sunday shot himself in the leg producing a painful wound. Or Simons rendered surgical Aid. A full line of elegant wedding and invitation goods can be found at the her ticking and Ald Job office. The assortment includes some pretty designs. Call and them and learn prices. The engine on the e. O. It. R. Gave out one Day last week and had to be brought to the shop Here for repairs. In the meantime a cd amp m. Engine was placed a Pon that Road. Lungs. The deceased was a native of Germany and emigrated to this country Iii 18,, Landing penniless. He was Worth $100,000 when he died. An Advance in the Price of tobacco in the neighbourhoods round about Here last week tended to create a Boom Iii the Trade and considerable of the article was sold. The Barnesville Enterprise says one half the crop in that Section is in the tying and packing houses. The Advance was from one to one Dollar and a half per Hundred. The store at the Guernsey Coal mines was broken into by prying open a door monday night and goods and Money stolen. Things were found considerably mixed when the store was opened tuesday morning. A Box of matches was found under the building which created the suspicion that it was the intention of the perpetrators to Burn the building Maggie sunnafrank daughter of Levi and Lucy sunnafrank of this place died last thursday from the effects offerer. She was a Young lady of excellent traits of character and esteemed by a Large Circle of friends. The funeral took place Friday afternoon. This family is sorely afflicted nearly every member of it having been wrestling with the disease named for weeks past. Or. Ike a. Samuels formerly of the great Western one Price clothing House Newark Ohio is now located at this place and will assist or. L. Hirschberg in the management of Hirs Ehberg a one Price clothing House messes Mccartney and tones will As usual be found in their former positions at the above named House and extend to their friends and the Public a cordial invitation to Call and see them. A marriage licenses have Len issued As follows since last report Anderson Law my Letitia Wagonseller a. I. Hartley my Anna Carter Bediali Bonnell and a Mma d. Mccollum John Landman and Mary e. Bonnell John w. Oliver and Anna a. Buel A. Buker and Marda Gilkison James m. Thomas and Cinda r. Lenry l. P. Moore and rate cunning Lam Isaac Davis and Sarah a. Mccoury James Gardner and Amanda master la. L. Valentine and Sadie Gal uglier Sanford s. Long and Angeline Brill. Read Tho advertisement of Hirschberg one Price clothing House elsewhere in this paper. Allow yourself a few moments time to consider it and think seriously reason candidly and conclude reasonably that the one Price system lie is about to adopt in his Mammoth establishment is exactly the thing the people Haye been wanting for a Long time. Make up your minds to patronize it As you Are convinced it will be to your interest do fail to read it it will do you Good. In this Issue we Call our readers attention to the new and attractive advertisement of Levi Hirschburg the popular clothing merchant which can be found elsewhere. As will be seen m r. In will soon adopt the strictly one Price system under which his business will hereafter be transacted. We Are confident our readers will fully endorse this new feature which for Square dealing cannot be sex. Celled. Or. Hirschburg a Long business Carcer in our City and the manner he has heretofore carried on his business cannot help but convince the people of his honest intentions in this new departure. Again we say read Tho advertisement then Call at his store. A or and mrs j. Mcilyar were a at Home to a Large number of society people Young and old tuesday night. The party was Given in Honor of their Niece miss Cora Brown of Greenville Ohio a pretty fid accomplished Young lady. The Parlours capacious and grand were Lilied to overflowing with Beautiful ladies neatly and richly attired and gentlemen True and courteous. Indeed the Gas Light never did Shine upon a More Brilliant scene where pleasure unconfined did reign. Or and mrs Zellyar with Happy smiles did Greet Eracli coming visitor and made All feel at Home. Even the wants of the inner Man were looked to and a Bountiful repast served. Taken All in All it was one of the most enjoyable social gatherings that has been in the town for years. Hillsville to this place. Miss Rebecca Hyatt has been very sick during the past week. Elmer Hayes to Boulde coun to Colorado to live. J. Thomas Tingle is talking insurance to new philadelphian. Mrs. Margaret Payne is sick at her Home in Senecaville. M iss Dent of Newcomerstown is the guest of miss Nellie Orme. P. T. Suitt can hardly walk because of an attack of rheumatism. Mrs Maggie Thom of Norwich is a guest of or Downaro a family. H. Bond of Londonderry township left for Colorado wednesday. Sanford Moore is Back from Dakota visiting friends in Spencer township. Or l. K. Maxwell and wife of Cardington Ohio Are visiting in this county. Daniel n. White of Center Point Iowa is visiting his brother Hon j. W. White. M iss Ai ice Mccombs of Wheeling township is visiting friends at Gilmore Ohio. Prof s. T. Wallace of new Concord was a Welcome caller at the Herald office tuesday. John Ray and wife of Wheeling township passed new years with sheriff Mcgills family. Miss Lola White of Kimbolton was one of the Many visitors at Cambridge during the holidays. Hon. La. S. Frame left for Columbus wednesday to occupy his seat Iii the legislature. Willis Nichols of East Liverpool Lias been visiting his Uncle j. S. Nichols for the past few Days. Prof. L. B. Neighbor formerly a Guernsey teacher has become principal of the Dixon Illinois schools. Joel Nichols and wife of St. Blairsville have been the guests of ins brother j. S. Nichols for a few Days past. M. Van Law formerly of the b. So Telegraph office Here has taken charge of the office at Zanesville. Or bile Johnson of Quaker City is in town. Bile is the Only coloured Quaker in of Hie Signet i. Mrs John Kirk and miss sue Linn of Morristown have been visiting at Joseph Morton a for a few Days past. Miss Etta Thompson of Mcconnelsville who has been visiting in or Coopers family returned Home wednesday. We Woodburn t. Corwin Taylor and Francis Hammond clerks at Washington d. C., came Home this week to vote. Mrs Otho Ebert accompanied by miss Maggie Ebert Are absent from the City visiting friends in Cambridge and Senecaville Guernsey times. J. W. Young Ami wife left monday to be in attendance at the Celebration of the Fortieth anniversary of the marriage of his parents or and mrs w. Ii. Young which takes place to Day wednesday at Columbus Ohio. John s. Berry of Kimbolton contemplates taking a trip to the West shortly. Joseph Smith and wife of Kalamazoo Michigan were the guests of mrs. William Ogier last week. Little miss Sophia Faup Elof Bellaire was with them on her Way to spend the Winter with her Grandfather John Smith at the first named place. Programme of the Guernsey coun a Farmers Institute to be held at lore City Jan. 16th and 17th, 1883 tuesday morning. Prayer by Rev. Samuel Mahaffey. Music. Introductory address j. R. Rhodes. Our Public roads Alexander Laughlin or and Hon Thomas Oldham. General discussion. Keeping farm accounts f e. Udell. Dinner. Afternoon. . F selection and culture of Maize Woodrow. Essay mrs. Hannah Laughlin. Success of farming Waldo f. Brown Oxford Ohio. Music. Essay mrs . Campbell Cambridge Ohio. Best Breeds cattle for general use w. A. Chalfant and Miller Mccollum. Even i no session. Music. The banners vegetable and Small fruit a Den c. A. Sproat and h. In Bichy. Farm experiments Waldo f. Brown. Music. Insects enemies of the Orchard h. Keenan. The German Carp w. S. Brashear. Short speeches. Widnes a y morning. Opening prayer Rev. J. S. Dollison. Are the Farmers properly represented in forming the Laws by which they Are governed John h. White and Las. Mccleary. Essay miss Emma Mccullock. Fruit growing for the farm g. Ii. Miller. Essay miss Sadie Laughlin. Why Are All the Stock eligible to registry Thomas White. Afternoon. Music. Best Breed sheep for Eastern Ohio j. W. Cale and j. M. Wilkin. Manures in american agriculture w. I. Chamberlain. Music. Hygiene of Farmers Homes hrs. T. J. Romans and j. T. Mcpherson. How to keep the boys on the farm s. W. Wilkin. Evening session. Music. Poultry raising for pleasure and profit mrs. Rebecca Pickett. Is honesty the Best policy w. I. Chamberlain. Music. Question drawer. No admittance will be charged and All Are cordially invited to attend the Institute. W. N. Cowden pres. A. Sport secy. The afternoon a lecture on geography by prof Mcfarland was listened to then prof Patterson of Cincinnati talked to the audience awhile upon various subjects followed by prof Yarnell on grammar and prof Gray on arithmetic. In the evening the Institute met in the m. E. Church the exercises consisting of an instructive lecture by prof. Mcfarland upon astronomy. Thursday. Arithmetic was again looked after by prof Mcfarland and grammar by prof Yarnell. The query Box was a pleasing As Well As instructive feature and the discussions entered into with zest. A a chronology was the subject of a lecture by prof Mcfarland. In the evening be continued Bis lecture on astronomy. Friday. After the opening exercises a motion was made by c. B. Hutchison to have a committee of one person from each township appointed to nominate officers. The motion prevailed and the following committee was appointed Adams Aunean Culbertson Cambridge John m. Barr Center Ida Blair Jackson w. A. Frye Jefferson s. Ii. Maharry Knox t. K. Swan Londonderry it. S. Brown Liberty S. Bell Madison j. L Tannehill Millwood w. V. Webster Monroe j. L. Edenburn Oxford m. J. Rose Richland Alice Dilley Spencer c. B. Hutchison Valley j. A. Daniels Washington Flora j. Anderson Wheeling a Fred wee Don Westland l. Wilson wills j. A. Leech. These persons repaired at once to the office of w. M. Farrar Esq and selected upon the following officers for the ensuing year and they were elected i a resident William Angus of Wheeling township vice president w. J. Rose of Oxford Secretary John m. Barr of Cambridge treasurer s. H. Maharry of Jefferson executive committee S Brown of Londonderry j. A. Leech of wills and c. In Hutchison of Spencer. This business finished prof Mcburney lectured on grammar and prof Mcfarland on algebra. The afternoon session was occupied with lectures by Mcfarland on arithmetic and Mcburney on grammar besides talks upon miscellaneous matters. Report of executive comm i i i. Amount drawn from county Treasury $371.20 amount paid instructors 80.00 other expenses 79.00 the land situated about five Miles Northwest of Cambridge is Well timbered with All necessary outbuildings. For further particulars Call on or address the Herald. Notice. The time for receiving taxes without penalty will be extended to january 20th, 1883. John s. Wilkins. Dec.28,1882-2t Washington. A j. Luzadder Lias moved into his new House. Miss Lillie h. A Lark is at London Ohio on a visit David Black has purchased some thoroughbred sheep John Paydon has opened out a grocery in the Mccurdy building. We understand e. Burdett has purchased Kelso Mccreary a property. The congressional fight we Beth warm now let us have the returns. Mrs. Win. Robe gave a Large party in Honor of her son j. J. And wife. Of b. Clarks Little daughter Lillie died at St. Louis last week of Scarlet fever. The dance at the town Hall was a failure. There was plenty of music but no crowd. The receipts of the m. K. Church festival last week was one Hundred arid seven dollars. Win Bakersr. Whom we mentioned As being quite sick last week is now convalescent. Win. Con Well ands. Wallace have put up two of the finest sleighs Ever built Iii town. John Morrison and wife from Iowa and mrs. Thus. It lose Aie visiting mrs. K. A. Haines. Rev. Jackson married three couples last week. Weddings seems to he All the go about the Holiday season. James Donahoe took in quite a number of hogs Here last saturday Jim is the Boss hog buyer of these parts. There was Over 400 sheep taker in Here on Friday the average weight being about to pounds to the head. A. L. Baker has been Fres coing the Seal Ling in a. J. Luzadder House. A a Al is getting to be one of our Best workmen a m. Thompson has a thoroughbred Short Horn Bull that weighed on Friday 1,940 lbs or. Thompson thinks he can make him weigh 2,500 by next fall a a lives of great men always remind us that we Are All subject to die a says an Exchange but never cough yourself away As Long As you can raise 25 cents for a bottle of or. Balls cough syrup. From the wires at Oldhams. Cora Phillips is again Able for duty. Simon Taylor is again in the Field buying Lincoln reads a poem. Balance on hand $212.29 the Institute Atter hearing and adopting the above adjourned. Thus closed o 7 j another instructive interesting and profitable session of the Guernsey county teachers Institute. The enrolment reached 160. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Wheeling and Cincinnati Mineral railway was held at Batesville monday and a Board of director numbering 15 was elected. Thomas Sharp of new York was selected As president. It was decided by a Large majority to place a bonded loan of $25,000 per mile upon the Road and Issue income Bonds to the amount of $15,000 per mile and change the came to the Cincinnati amp Wheeling r. R. The capital Stock is to be increase 1 to $10,000,000 and the Road built from Cincinnati to Wheeling thereto pm next with the Pennsylvania Southern a Road being built by Vanderbilt thereby making a through line to new York. If such is accomplished the route will be from one to three Hundred Miles Shorter than any other Between the Metropolis and the great West. It is also the intention to build branches to Cleveland and Marietta the first named to Start from Senecaville in this county and run North via Washington and the other to leave Mcconnelsville. A spirit was manifested to push work vigorously All along the line. The prospects for negotiating the Loans Are Good so that the system May be regarded As Likely to be built. The Road already extends As far West As Cumberland from Bellaire except a Small link East of Senecaville. In this paper will be found the programme of the Farmers Institute to be held at lore City. Everything Points to an interesting and profitable meeting. These institutes have proven beneficial in other counties and the same Good results might follow in this one if the Farmers will but give the matter a Little attention. Henry Twining has sold his interest in the drawing business Here to William Blackiston of Spencer township and will go to Texas. The change of location will be made for the Benefit of mrs Twining a a health. W. Frazier the school teacher still suffers from the injuries received in the unfortunate school difficulty at near Cumberland and at times is confined to the House. Thomas Williams one of the oldest citizens of this place died last Friday of disease of the stomach from which he had been suffering for a Long while. He was g4 years of age and was possessed of Many friends. Fur. Two men with a Bear passed Oldham a Sabbath going North. Miss Mary Sarchet spent last week visiting friends Iii Cambridge. George e. Phillis is visiting friends in Cumberland this week. An Oyster supper and dance at James Fords one evening last week. Will Moffet spent last Sabbath with rinds in Coshocton county. Mrs. Sawyer of Phillipsburg spent a portion of last week with James Johnson. Isaiah bean is improving very fast. His Case is considered a very doubtful one yet. John Sharon killed two hogs saturday which when dressed weighed seven Hundred and seven pounds. Who can beat that ? Bills were posted for a magic lantern entertainment at Sherrard a school House on last thursday evening but there was no show there being no one to show to. If Catarrh has destroyed your sense of smell and hearing. Halls Catarrh will cure you. 75 cents per bottle sold by John it. Downar. Nov.30-3m. Kimbolton. Tagert Johnson took a trip to new con Cord last week. George sin it ii is talking of going West in the Spring. Or. D. L. Clark has purchased a Fine White Colt. W. It. Ted Rick of Kansas is visiting friends Aud relatives Here. The Hunt last monday was a failure As Tho boys would appear they Are taking on More hands on the c. Is m. It. It. Since the Cut off. Several of our Young folks ate oysters at Mas c. Miskimins last saturday evening. The local going North was wrecked near Here last week by a truck giving out. No person Hurt. John s. Berry went out Hunting the other Day and killed 8 rabbits 6 squirrels and 4 pheasants. Johnson Wright will take charge of a Railroad engine next week. Johnson will make a Good Engineer. The boys had a hop at the school half last Friday evening. Jonathan Wallace was musician and George Smith door manager. Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally. It acts directly upon the blood and the Mil a Lions surfaces of the system. Brice 75c. For Sale by John la. Downar. Nov.30-3ni. Winchester. All the sick folks Are improving. The holidays have past off very quietly. A dance at de Bur sons last Friday even honest old Abe entertains his Cabinet with a Little quotation. A now gentlemen you have More or less poetry in your souls listen to this a and Abraham Lincoln then president Rose from his chair in his office ii the White House and read in trembling tones which indicated his own profound appreciation of it or. . Holmes a last Leaf a of which the following Aje two verses a they say that in his prime. Ere the pruning knife of time Cut him Chen a better Man was found by the Erier in his round through the town. Now the Mossy marbles rest on tile lips that he had pressed in their Bloom and the names he loved to hear have been curved for Many a year on the or. Michael Guilfoyle of Binghamton n. Y., is As old As the venerable Boston citizen of whom the poet wrote with such tender pathos yet he is More than three score and ten. A for the past eight of Thos. Years a he writes a i Nave been a perfect cripple from rheumatism hobbling about As Best i could with my Cane. I took Parker a Ginger tonic and am now supple and Strong As a gymnast. There is no Trace of the disease left about or. R. W. Mosher wholesale druggist of Binghamton writes messes Llis Cox is co., of new York proprietors of the tonic certifying to or. Guilfoyle a declaration. Having All the properties of any preparation of Ginger Parker a Ginger tonic is a remedy of infinitely greater Range and Power. It cures a11 diseases arising from an impure state of blood or imperfect digestion. Dyspepsia and All its consequences malarial fevers sick headache kidney troubles bronchitis and common coughs and colds vanish at its touch. Prices 50cts. And $1 a bottle. Larger size the cheaper. Galligher. Mack Speer i shipping lots of rabbits and poultry. The Sawmill of Lemuel Foutz has been moved to tile farm of Samuel Bell. Hunting and shooting matches was the order of tile Day last week. The Young folks had a social party at j. J Watson a Christmas evening. Our teachers attended the Institute last week and All appeared repaid. W. Ii. Forsythe of Winfield Iowa is spending a few Days with friends in this part of Guernsey. We should have Given notice before this of a social Given by or. And mrs. J. B. Me Bailey on tile 23d inst in Honor of their son j. No a. Birthday. Isaac Mcclelland returned a few weeks since Well pleased with his trip lie thinks he will move his family to Lynn co. Kau a reception will be Given at the residence of mrs. Hutchison for the Benefit of the misses theaker a this thursday evening. An Oyster supper took place at the widow Arch Eion new years evening and an enjoyable time was had. Also the same evening a party was Given at Lemuel Foutz where a like experience prevailed. A m Brady. Rev. Thomas of Kimbolton will preach at the m. E. Church next Sabbath at 10 30 a. In. On wednesday of last week the children and grand children numbering thirty two in All gathered at the residence of their parents or. And mrs. Samuel Thomas. A sumptuous dinner was spread. After All had taken of the dinner prepared Tho father was presented with a Beautiful Bible and the Mother with a Fine album both from the children so after spending the Day All dispersed with a feeling of Delight. Married. Mcconnell Shipman at the parsonage in Washington on dec. 26th, by Rev. H. S. Jackson Marion Mcconnell and miss Alma Shipman. Collums at same place by Rev. H. S. Jackson on dec. 29th, Obadiah Bunnell and miss Emma Mccollum. Oliver buoy at the same place by Rev. H. S. Jackson on dec. 28ih, John Oliver and miss Annie Buel. Biker Gilkison dec. 28th, at the residence of the Hon. R. W. Anderson by Rev w. H. Mcfarland a. O. Buker of Otsego and miss Mardi Gilkison of Cambridge. Yew my m protected la e have entered into the right path. Success is ours. And with our patrons it shall be divided. No More no loss of unnecessary time. Squabbling will henceforth and forever cease. We do away with All unpleasant bartering. We Dise Thrall the people from objectionable features. A new departure a feature an unquestionable system a undoubted Triumph from and after the 10th Day of january 1883, my business will lie transacted strictly under the one Price Rule and will be known As one Price clothing douse each and every article in our commodious store room he marked in Plain Selling figures and no change will be made from them. This will be to the purchasers advantage As the prices will be far lower than the lowest. This system is the Only True one on which a legitimate business can to transacted and with it we feel confident of adding Many new patrons during the coining year. Call and see our attractive store and the splendid system we Ara working under. Remember no deviation will he made from prices marked on the tickets. Hirch bergs a one Price clothing House one door East of the Post office. Bargains can he obtained in the Purchase of Gold and Silver watches chains. Jewelry Silver plated Ware Etc a at b. Allens store or in the Ferbrache Corner Cambridge Ohio. Jas All goods engraved if desired. Repairing neatly but cheaply done. Notice of the Extension of corporation limits obituary. Died october 1882 of cholera inf Antum Orrena Isabel infant laughter of David a and Maggie Mccullough aged 9 months and 22 Days. Died about july Odessa Bell infant daughter of Holden and Nannie Baughman aged six months. Tile mothers of these Little ones Are daughters of James and Jane Baird of Knox township. They were married nearly two years since. Maggie with her husband still lives in the House with her parents Nannie removed to near Eddyville Iowa. Soon after her marriage where they still live. Each Home was brightened by the Iii time by tile presence of an infant daughter sent to them but Eandi Home was saddened by the removal from Earth of that Bright spot in the family circles. Gifts from god were recalled tile lord wanted them. The parents of these children hoped soon to have the pleasure of seeing each other and setting the children Side by Side when god called both As we Hope to him and left the parents with broken hearts a the wounds to heal suffer Little children to come unto me and forbid them for of such is the kingdom of heaven. For Sale. A Good Frame dwelling House situated in West Cambridge and two lots Well located. There is a never failing Well of water on the premises besides a Large number of fruit Trees. Terms reasonable. For particulars Call on or address Peter Dennis. Jan.4�?Ts3-tf. Cambridge Ohio. For Sale. In a Frame House \ 4 stories eight rooms r. O. Brown of Cambridge made a flying j Good cellar and Cistern. Located on 9th trip Here last saturday. J. W. Tetirick and Ira Moore go to Columbus today monday on business. Preaching last Sabbath by Rev. Henry Stewart also next Sabbath at half past two by tile same Man. The lottery at w. Scotts is being rapidly bought out. The prize is a handsome Nickle cased Stem winding watch. Winchester can boast of a Man of rare inventive Genius in the person of John u. Feister. Or. Feister is in his 75th, year and is the owner of about 18 patents the most recent is a harness snap made of one piece of w ire. It is a snap buckle and keeper combined it is very desirable and be had at the same Cost of the common snaps. Street just one Square East of tile court House. Also on Steubenville Street a Frame House five rooms cellar Well Good stable full lot. Also a two Story Frame House six rooms work Hogood Well located West of c. It m. Depot and just North of the water station on the b. Is R. La for terms inquire of Robt. Hammond Jan.4�?T82. Cambridge Ohio. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of an order of Sale issued from the court of common pleas of Guernsey county Ohio to me directed in a cause wherein Maggie Speer it a1 Are plaintiffs and Daniel d. Stout it Al., Are defendants i will offer at Public Sale at the door of the be cured with Halls Catarrh cure. Taken i court House in Cambridge Ohio on $100 Reward. Is offered for any Case of Catarrh that can to internally. R. Downar. Price 75 cents. Sold by John sax Day february 3rd, 1883 nov.8u-3m, 1 Blue Bell. A Turkey roast at the new Brick dec. 31 j. M. Wilson has Given up ii is school in i Twenty one 21and of the Southeast Quail at one o clock p. In. On said Day the Fol Low ing described real estate twit situate in Guernsey county Ohio. All that part of the Southwest Quarter of Section number Spencer township. Ter of Section number Twenty two 22. Of m. Secrest has moved his saw Mill to the township two 2 and Range four 4 which farm of t. Robins. I 1s comprised within the following metes notice is hereby Given that on the 4th Day of december a. J. 1882, Joseph Mccoole and r. W. Anderson agents for and on behalf of the Council of tie incorporated Village of Cumberland Guernsey county. Ohio presented to the Board of commissioners of said county at a regular session thereof a petition setting Forth that the Council of said Village on the 2nd Day october. A. I1882, by the unanimous vote of its member passed an ordinance entitled a an ordinance to enlarge the corporation limits of the town of Cumber and a by annexing thereto contiguous territory commencing for the same at the North West Corner of Section 33, township no. 9 and Range ten to. Thence South 89 East to rods. Thence South 15� West 168 and 40-100 rods. Thence North 89� West 70 rods. Thence West 15� East 103 and 40-100rods, to the place of beginning and appointed the undersigned agent son behalf of said corporation to prosecute the necessary proceeding before tile Board of commissioners of said county to effect such enlargement which said petition with an accurate map or plat of the territory herein described the commissioners caused to be flied in the auditors office of said county for the inspection of All persons interested and ordered that on tuesday february 13th, 18s3. At to of clock a. M. Of said Day to be fixed upon for the hearing of the same at the auditor s office in Cambridge of which time and place they caused notice to be communicated to the agents of said Council aforesaid upon the 4th Day of december aforesaid. Joseph Mccartle and r. W. Anderson agents for Petitioner. Dee. 14,1882-6w. Parker�?T8h hair Balsam a beneficial dressing preferred to similar articles because of its Purl to and Rich perfume. La restores to Gray hair the Youthful color it prevents Dandruff and falling of the hair. Ioc. Amp i ce.,. Flore St on excels the finest Flower extracts in Richness. Delicate very lasting. No odor like it. Be sure you get Florer. Ton Cologne signature of Hancox a co., n. Y., i every Label. 85 and 75 cts., at druggists and dealers in per tune. Cologne h ats. Caps trunks Valise and gents punishing goods the Rudas Jonis main Street. J am Brid insurance Thomas g. Kerr represents first class companies Only. Office in Mcc Huey building Cambridge Ivery Saddle horse Safe and reliable teams. J. W. Davis a son rear of Eagle Hofei. Is t Ewing machines buy the Genal Singer the Best in the w orld. J. Ii. Butler manager Opp. Eagle Hoai lord a. K Ersey clot bin or made to order Rainey a Block Mill Street Cambridge Obi a report comes to us that a Church of the Catholic Faith is about to be established Here. There Are quite a number of that denomination living in and about this place so that a perfected organization is but a question of time. In his a or. A. Moore desires All who Are indebted to him to Call and Settle before january 1st, 1883. After that Date his goods which Are of the Best will be sold cheap for Cash. Of. The new Railroad. Zanesville signal the contract for the completion of the Bellaire Zanesville amp Cincinnati Railroad from Cumberland Guernsey county to Burnt Mills Muski Ngum county a distance of thirteen Miles has been awarded to Frazier amp Donaldson of Springfield Ohio and t. K. Mccann amp son of Steubenville Ohio. The latter firm have five Miles of the Road and the former eight. The work is to begin at once and to be completed by the first of july 1883. James k. Geddes has been appointed resident Engineer. It is reported that All the rails for the Road from Zanesville to Cumberland have been purchased and will be on the ground very soon some of them in fact Are already there and the work of laying is to commence within two months. If nothing o a serious nature occurs to obstruct the work Ive May look for a train from Zanesville to Cumberland by november next. To be Liere is talk of a revival at Bethel Gin on the 7th. Rev. Moody of Malta Ohio will assist i forty one rods in the revival at Harmony. And Bounds beginning for the same at the South West Corner of said Section Twenty one 21running thence South 88� 41 East thence North 4 4� East 27 rods. Thence North 61� West 18 rods. To to j Ai a is ii thence North 14� East 24 rods. Thence Rachel Hammond Maggie steins and7w West 23 rods. Thence South Anna Hewett Are on the sick hat. I West 24 rods. Thence South 33h� Peter Shively accompanied by the Smock West 23 rods. Thence South 4� East 18 Brothers arc visiting friends in Pennsyl Orcas. Thence South 88� East 54 rods to Yania. Place of beginning containing thirteen l. Carter and j. R. Mckinley of Humes and Twenty seven Hundredth 13 27-100 ton Iowa Are reviewing the scenes of their j acres. Appraised at $1,200 of. Terms of Sale one third Cash one third in one year and one third in two years. Deferred payments to Bear interest at 6 a it or cent from Date. Given under my band at Cambridge Ohio this 3rd Dav of january a. D. 1883. J. M. Mcgill sheriff of Guernsey county Ohio. J. A. Troette attorney for pops. Jan.4,1883-5w. A childhood in this neighbourhood. Idle experiments. When a Man is Well and sound he can afford to be indifferent to the character of All Medicine in the world. But when disease is fairly eating him up he must do something at once and do it intelligently. Therefore do dose yourself Writh a Hundred things in tile Hope tint some of them May hit the Mark but try or. David Kennedy so favorite remedy which hits it every time. For kidney and liver troubles piles and constipation it is just what you want. Druggists Haye it or mail one Dollar to the doctor at Rondout n. A cure guaranteed in All cases for old and Young Halo and female . Positively arcs night losses i in pot e n c nervous debility Lucor Rhea before barrenness Ana for All weak xvi1 Nesses of the generative organs in either be it is an unfailing and positive cure. Tones up the debilitated system arrests All involuntary discharges., removes mental gloom and despondency and restores wonderful Power to the weakened organs. A a a with each on Der for 12 packages accompanied with five Dod jars we will senti our guarantee to refund Tho Money if the treatment does effect Acara. It is the cheapest and Best Medicine i the Market. Full particulars in Pamphil which we mail free to any address. Sold by j druggists one package. 50 cts six package for $2,50, or sent by mail on receipt of Price. In Cambridge Only by Lgee is oct.3g�?T8d-Lv. G. L. Wall it a s. S. Carnes proprietor of first class livery and feed stable no. 6, Pine Street near main. Mar2-tf Cambridge Ohio. Sii a week made at Home by the Industry Ous. Best business now before the Public. Capital needed. We will Star you. Men women boy and girl Vail of everywhere to work for us. Now is the urn you can work in spare give your what a of time to the business. No other business will pay you nearly As Well. No one can fail to make enormous pay by engaging at costly outfit and terms f be. Money Vade fast easily Aud honorable. Address thue it co nov.80-Ly. Augusta Maine

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