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11 Jan 1883

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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1883, Cambridge, Ohio Kimsy Ami some 0ambr1dgf, Ohio. The Cambridge Herald. Thursday. Jam. 1883 comforts at 7f> cents at Kohn s. See Ogieru a new advertisement in an other column. E. B. White of Fri a Vorva Largo ass Ormen ssh bibles. Locals. Our Job department continues to turn 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. Lancaster a a Browne a Iron bitters gives Yery general i satisfaction to All our a no or pro Sequi has been entered in personals. At uni Mial it it in no Wal Viil commence to arrive in a few weeks and in tie meantime special reductions will to Given in All goods save Lar assortment of vases a toilet sets remain from our Holiday trait and Wil lie closed out at v Ost. My a ilk books and Staple stationery and fancy Box papers. Phot graph and autograph albums assortment at very Low prices. An in stroke of All s. A it on name Nia Ord he of Beautiful Qioan Library lamps. £95�?o a gents for the Sale. Mali Todd amp Earh Gold fens Perc a and Calli graphic writing fluid is no longer from dyspepsia indigestion want of appetite loss of strength Lack of Energy malaria intermittent fevers amp a. Browne a Iron bitters never fails to cure All these diseases. Boston november pc i33r. Brown chemical co. Gentlemen a for years i have been a great sufferer from dyspepsia and could get no Relief having tried everything which was recommended until acting on the advice of a Friend w to had been benefited by Brown s Iron bitters i tried a Bottlo with most surprising results. Previous to taking Brown s Iron bitters everything i ate distressed me and 1 suffered greatly from a burning sensation in the stomach which was unbearable. Since taking Brown s Iron bitters All my troubles Are at an end. Can eat any time without any disagreeable results. 1 Ara practically another person. Mrs. W. J. Flynn 20 Maverick st., e. Boston. Browne a Iron bitters acts like a Charm on the digestive organs removing All dyspeptic symptoms such As tasting the food belching heat in the stomach heartburn Etc. The Only Iron preparation that will not Blacken the Teeth or give headache. Sold by All druggists. Brown chemical co. Baltimore Mcl see that All Iron bitters Are made by Brown chemical co., Baltimore. And have crossed red lines and trademark on wrapper. Beware of imitations. Easter March 25th. Over Coats at $2.25 at Kuhn a. Oysters have advanced in Price. Linen crash at g cts per Yard at Ivohn s. All Wool flannels 20 cents per Yard at Kuhn a. A Stock Scales have been erected near the Senecaville depot. John b. Leeper of Jefferson township is seriously ill. A real live Alligator is a pet in of Frank Raymond. A new Road Lias been opened Between i Senecaville and it Ephraim. I the Herald supplement this week l contains the governors message. A woman a Christian Temperance Union has been organized at lore City. The Grain Market is steady Here with prices remaining As quoted last week. An attempt at suicide was reported Here from Westland township Friday. Piles piles piles or Visnor will again be at or Arnold a office thursday Jan. 18tli. The Coal underlying the George Gale farm near lore City has been sold for $6,000. Three Coal cars were wrecked while making up the Coal train at Nicholson a monday. The Many friends of m. Young will be sorry to learn that lie is sick at his Home in Texas. Or s. 8. Thorn of Toledo Lias been employed surgeon in chief of the w. So l. E. Railroad. Done to say that you have not times but come to the w. C. T. On thursday afternoon. Mathews amp Heade have rented the Eor Ner room in the Hutchison Block for their Law office. M. Jenkins Lias a Large Stock of canned goods on hands at his grocery in the car Dii Block. In the shooting match at Kimbolton new a ears j. and e. S. Shaw came off victorious. Two trains loads of Coal Are shipped North from the Byesville and Nicholson every Day. W. Ii. Stenger will preach at the Baptist Church Friday night and sunday morning and evening. Quarterly meeting services will be held at the m. E. Church in this place next saturday and sunday. The Winter term of Mmcorkle College Bloomfield began last week with Twenty three students in attendance. The protracted meeting at Smyrna Lias closed. Seventeen additions to the Church membership were made. A Hon Charles Scott a brother of w. M. Scott of this place has been commissioned j postmaster at Parkersburg w. A. John f. Groty Dellios of save i have i been Ili 18g5, As a result of measles Brown s Iron bitters alone relieved d. it had the shafts of his Sleigh a Token while driving along Wheeling Avenue 1 riday by his horse falling Down. Carefully pern the article in this paper headed it ainu to facts. It will do you Good for it contains nothing but facts. A Newfoundland dog with five pups i were shipped from Byesville to a mar Garet Motter at Piedmont w. Va., Mon-1, both the ease of the Salesville school teacher pending in the probate court and that against Janie Cramblet for assault and Battery. I i Edward Mckelvey of Millers Static n mysteriously disappeared some ten Days or More ago and nothing Lias since been heard of him. His friends Are much concerned As to his whereabouts. Thomas slay was arraigned before Justice Turner thursday and fined $5 and costs for stopping the Washington Hack East of town one Day last week notice of which appeared in these columns. The presbyterian Church at it Vernon refused by a vote of 156 to 40 to accept the resignation of Rev. C. L. Work As their pastor. He however was granted six months vacation to recuperate his health everything is being done to make the Farmers Institute at lore City an interesting and profitable one. It will begin at 9 of clock a the 16th and continue throughout that Day and the one follow ing. Among the unclaimed freight advertised to be sold by the b. Amp o. Railroad at Newark feb 3rd, is a package addressed to w. H. Hartley Quaker City and a feed Cutter to Cochran amp Orme of this place. Squire Sterrett an old citizen of nor Wield while driving across the Railroad at that place last wednesday the vehicle was struck by a b. So o. Train throwing him out and breaking his leg below the knee col j. Taylor will leave for Washington this week. His commission As congressman has been delayed by reason of the failure of Jeff Efferon county to Forward her returns to the proper officers at Columbus. The regular meeting of the women a Christian Teino Dianee Union will be held at the residence of mrs. L. Craig on thursday at 2 of clock p. M. All interested in the cause Are urgently requested to attend. The list of advertised letters remaining in the Post office january Goth 1883, Are Annie Feather Peter Gray. Mrs. Eliza Beth Macey John Middleton or. Vene Milliner capt. Thos. K. Parkinson and Jack Woods. The teachers of Londonderry township Are taking considerable interest in the work of their association and the meetings already give evidence of Good results the next will be held at science Hill january 13ih. The prospectus of the Cincinnati com Merck appears in this Issue of the Herald. The commercial i not excelled by any journal in the land and is a paper that can let a received into any household without fear. A mrs. Callister Gould who is the guest of mrs. Margaret Bartlett of Cumberland in stepping from a Back door monday evening slipped upon the ice and fell breaking her thigh. She is about 70 years old or. Bolon attended. Read carefully the articles relating to the one Price system introduced by mrs. Hirschberg the popular Clothier which will be found in another column. It will be found interesting and exactly to the Point. Look for it find it read it. Mrs. Elizibeth Gibaut an aired lady of Howard Riggs has the diphtheria. W. M. Brvant is again among Friend. O., j hero. Miss Dollie Graves of Barnesville is is iting Here. Mrs Emma Bell of Columbus is among friends Here. Miss Lillie ii Otteman has returned to Franklin College. F. Taylor of Corning is clerking in Kohns store at this place. Miss Lizzie Somers of Caldwell is Elsif ing the family of c. H. Loper. Miss Mamie Conard of Zanesville is the guest of miss Mollie Williams. Miss Belle Gardner is visiting her Friend miss Ella rounds at Marietta. Miss Mattie Gaumer of Norwich was a guest in the family of d. R. Palmer last week. R. Kimball is again employed in the b. So o. Train dispatcher office at Newark. Walter Wilson and Isaac Hyde of northeastern Guernsey have gone to Minnesota Samuel Grant who has Lieen clerking in Kohns store has returned to his Home at Shawnee. John Jackson is among friends again at new Concord after a three years absence in Colorado. Miss Mary Mcado oof near Hurieh Vilc is visiting Cambridge the guest of Robert a Hattey a family. Abner Howell of Indian Camp w As visiting his brother Alfred at Freeland Muski Ngum county last week. Miss Maggie Lippencott of Quaker City has been visiting friends at Steubenville for the past few Days. Miss Anna Griffeth one of Washington a most popular Young ladies is the guest of the misses Scotts Here. F. S. Deal of Massillon was Here Mon Day. He is employed in the car accountants office of the w. So l e. R. R. J. I. Campbell Lias located at Coal Creek Colorado. He cannot do w without the Herald As a years subscription would indicate. Mias Irene Ford a pleasing and pretty Young lady who has been connected with the millinery establishment of mrs Belle Cain for awhile Back Lias returned to her Home at Zanesville. Thomas i Jove George Boutelier Joseph Brown Henry Twining and wife of this place John Frame of Gibsons and w. A. Frazier and Eugene Smith of Caldwell will leave Here on or about the i5th inst for a prospecting tour in Texas. Their first Point will be Austin. Banking business. Washington. 1 he i in pal stockholders of the Edifier j. It. Bean or and wife Are visiting his ent Banks of this place met tuesday and a fat Ier ii Ere elected officers As follows first National Board of directors a. To. Mcmahon r. F. Burt w. A. Rainey j. W. Campbell h. Mccartney s. W. Luccock j. M. Ogier president s. To. Mcmahon cashier a. It. Murray. It j iter psf. V n a ton Al. Directors a. I. Taylor Thomas Mcfarland w. H. F. Lenfesty John Heaume Ebenezer Johnson w. K. Good Erl a. A. Taylor president j. Taylor cashier a. A. Taylor assistant Benjamin Thompson. Central National the organization of the new Bank was effected by electing i. W. Hall George w. Brown e. W. Mathews a. C. Cochran John Boyd a. W. Nicholson and a. J. Hutchison a Board of directors. A. J. Hutchison was chosen president and w. E. Boden cashier. The capital Stock was fixed at $60,000, of which sum it is expected sufficient will have been paid in to begin business in the Hutchison Block against april 1st. They adopted the name of the Central National Bank of Cambridge Ohio w. S. Heade. Notary Public administered the oath to the office to of the Central National and Elza Turner notary Public to both the others. Our republicans Hare smiling faces since j the election. Mrs. 8. B. Lawrence has been quite sick during the past week. More votes were polled at the january election than last fall. Don t forget the election of officers of the fair next saturday. It. B. Moore was in town one Day last week looking after insurance. Our Public schools after a two weeks vacation commenced on monday. J. M. Thompson has been hauling Brick from Cambridge during the past week. The City Council have received two new lamps from a Pittsburg firm on trial. Farmers done to forget the Institute at lore City on next tuesday and wednesday Bye mlle. William Shoemaker of Starke county is visiting Rev. Reams. Clark Anderson of the firm of Cunnard to Anderson is visiting at his fathers in Birmingham. John Holbrook had a watch stolen from him while lie was working in the mines the other Day. Mrs. Henry Frye accompanied her sister miss Rudic Peoples of Kimbolton Home and will spend a week or two visiting. Protracted meeting is still in Progress at the m e Church. Rev. Coleman of sales Ville of the u b denomination is assisting Rev. Ream there have been quite a num her of accessions. Or. Maxwell and his sister of carding Din ton Ohio Are Here to see mrs l w Smith who is in very poor health. Also Benj speck and his Mother of Birmingham Are at or Smiths the band was out new year s Dav Sere a liner Onmon c d. I. Wanted. 200 cords second growth Hickory Butts Cut either 234. 5 or 7 feet Long not less than a it inches in diameter at the top end for which we will pay the following prices 5 inches in diameter at top 3cts. Per foot. A a a a a a a 4 in 7 a a a a it it g it t. 8 a a t a a �?o6 a a a a i it a a a a a a 7 a 10 a a �?o8 a these Butts must he Tough Clear and straight and Only the butt Cut of a stick Cambridge Wood work co Jan.11,1883 3t. Ii . I _ Al t <11 3 a v j m no there will be an entertainment at the j v8, die citizens and Esi it scially town Hall on next wednesday evening i of a to Law just been married to hta. Colley and sister have gone a i to Rah 5� �?on<1 la a to Claysville to visit the family of Rev j. K they came away Quot a or by Ai this is a great place for sly weddings two Law suits on saturday one before the last one was on wednesday evening Squire Sproat and one before Squire me and the High contracting parties were Thos by Ofney slay one of our voting miss Laura Skinner started on saturday j men an miss Nettie Mccreary. One of our for Baltimore where she expects to attend i 2,1�, and popular voting ladies i elder i it would greatly please me if everybody would read this. It is Well known All Over this and surrounding counties that i have heretofore sold goods at extremely Low prices so Low i that i have enjoyed a big share of the Public patronage but i propose in the future to do still better than i have done in the past. I have recently adopted the one Price system by which All goods Are marked in Plain figures and which Price must be obtained before the goods Are sold. In order to introduce and carry out this system goods must he marked Low As to make it Plain to the customer that they Are Low enough. This i have done res will be readily seen b a glancing at the figures placed on each and by try article in the store. In order to establish this splendid system the closest buying and prompt payments must be made by me and therefore my friends and the Public will Sec that it will require the Cash payment from them. It will be in a a Mali ptas Gire is recommended by physicians. Halls Catarrh few clergymen. Will cure any Case office of a. X. Stewart amp co. Chicago 111. June 4,1880. Messes. J. Cheney amp co., Toledo o. Gentlemen take pleasure in informing you that i Hare used Halls Catarrh cure. 11 has cured me i was very bad and done to he3itato to say Thal it will cure any Case of Catarrh i f taken properly. Yours truly j a. Weatherford. Worth $1q a. Bottle. A a a a a a e. Mcbay Jackson. Mich writes Hare had Catarrh for 20 years. Halls Catarrh cure cured my consider it Worth $10.00 a bottle. Halls Catarrh cureis6old by All druggists at 5c. Per bottle. Manufactured and sold by f. J. Vhene Xitco. Sole proprietors Toledo Ohio , for Sale by Ixo. R. Downer. Nay. Mrs. J. Hughes who removed to Kansas from Millwood township a few months ago a had a slight attack of paralysis. Mary b. Shannon of Monroe township was adjudged insane monday and taken by Sherifi Mcgill to the Athens Asylum the same Day. Ellis corns the Barking Man who was confined in jail Here for a Long time Lias been taken to the Athens Asylum from Noble county. 1 he scholars of the Londonderry school presented the teacher Ellsworth Bethel new a ears with a handsome sett of Shakespeare works. By coming to the w. C. T. U., on i thursday you will be doing something toward arresting that sad funeral of 60,000 yearly. Rev s. A. Fishers parishioners at la Fayette Coshocton county presented him recently with a Fine parlor lamp and mrs Fisher with a Ewing machine. I he alarm Ltd of fire sounded monday night was caused by the u. Church again catching fire from the Heaters. A few buckets of water quenched the Blaze. John Severns a entered suit before Justice Turner against the trustees of the m. E. Church claiming$40 for extra services rendered As Sexton from 1878 to 1882. A revival is in Progress at the Byesville m. L. Church Rev j. T. Ream pastor. Much interest is manifested. Several accessions have been made to the membership. Francis Boyd Esq formerly of this place and who read Law with Mathews St Heade has been elected county superintendent of schools of Christian county Illinois. Marble and Granite monuments Virv cheap at the works of Jed Williams on Public Square he employs 110 agents and can afford to allow their commission to his customers. Of 1 he Telephone Lias invaded new Concord and two lines Are already in operation or Storr and Wilson Stewart having connected their places of business with their Homes in this Way. Zanesville and supposed to be a near rela a tic of Sophia Ribaut once a Well known citizen of this place but now deceased possible for me to attempt it under any was found dead in her bed one of Orrin other a mar of payments but Cash and last week. She like the eccentric Sophia it ainu to facts. When a merchant tells you that he is Selling his goods at less than they Cost him put it Down As untrue. It ainu to facts. A profit must he obtained. You Are rely aware of this. No dealer can exist unless he makes a profit on his goods he is bound to do this he has expenses that must be met and paid and must be obtained from the profits of his sales. But the question is How much shall he obtain from you. A Sharp buyer will walk into a store select Bis goods and by untiring efforts and a great Deal of talk obtain them at a big reduction from the Askin Price yet he still pays a profit though by the merchant it is called a less for he has not obtained As much As he expected. The next customer is supposed to make up for this apparent loss. You May be that very next customer Tor you he anxiously Waits and not being of the same disposition As the former customer you fall an easy victim to the base ingratitude of the merchant and in this Way you pay part payment on your neighbors purchases is not Titis wrong it certain is of perhaps have worked harder for your Money than the former customer then should it not produce As much As his of course it should. How much More pleas ant it is to go into a store where All goods Are marked in Plain figures and no change made from them. This is the style we do business in our goods Are marked with a very Small margin but we propose to sell enough during the coming Vear at these Small profits As will enable us at the outcome to make a much As those who sell Little at larger profits. We Point with Pride to our past business career and shall Endeavor in the future to go further and under our new system outdo the past. L. Hirschberg Shivone Price Clothier. School. Ltd. A. F rame after spending the holidays at Home has returned to the Ohio University at Columbus. Hon. 11. S. Frame Lias been distributing the geological Survey of the state of Ohio to parties Here the Lawrencee farm sold to mrs. Loc Knien and Gildea for six thousand three Hundred dollars at Public Sale. Farmers should look Well to their seed Corn As we have heard quite a number speak ing of their Corn moulding. Folder me Broom performed the ceremony at his residence. Midway. An infant child of Jacob f Caster is dangerously ill. There was a spelling at Rock Hill thursday evening. Alex Allender of Bridgeport was Here Over Sabbath. Rose Marshall of near Antrim is visiting relatives Here. Mrs. Mary Mccollum Lias been sick the past week hut at this writing is better. The protracted meeting at the m. F3 i ii Rol 1 to 1 a John Griffeth Lias purchased of William i t a pro a rated meeting at tie m. Al Covell one of the finest sleighs we Ever i cell cd l 1ro8resjung under the pastorate saw. Free paid forty dollars. I a. A Davison. F. Lowery has purchased the Michener to new Cona it re vdleprj3y let Lay property. We understand the Price paid was i Suine her studies Quot a 8 re Twenty five Hundred do bars. Arch Ankrum will offer his personal of ii Gli Mccreary of Center township was 1 facts for Sale january 17, preparatory to Hurt quite seriously caused by his teem moving to Cambridge. A running away and the Wagon wheel pass miss Ida Mcconnell of brads has been ing Ovi i i breast i eni played to teach a summer term at dist we saw this week quite a a a Fovel Christ-1 no. 12. Cambridge township Mas present being an imitation of an old i w. K. Booth went to Senecaville tues Sho tilled with the finest of candies. The ,7 a attend the marriage of his Cousin present was sent he miss Laura in Ortor Oft miss Amanda Booth to or. George Harford be aria 111, to miss Laura Skinner. A a Illinois. A m i resolved a a i hat immigration to a this if Catarrh has destroyed your sense of i coun a should be limited a was warmly Dis a nil and hearing. Hall a Catarrh will cure Potts is Tjo a a you. To cents per bottle sold by John i Aff c. Taylor and John Murry be it Tuioti i n far a a a _ a a r. Downar. Nov.30-3m. I decision in favor of the affirmative. The following question will he discussed at Slaughter Hill school House wednesday evening a resolved that the signs of the times indicate a speedy overthrown of this Republic. Aff. John Harding and san Ford Hyde neg. X. Blackburn and Jno Mcconnell. Odell. Benon Evans is on the sick list and has been for some time Quot Cumberland. Whooping cough is subsiding Kate Roseman has gone Hack to school and will remain until Spring the week of prayer will he observed by All our churches in Union services. Rev. Beard Lias been conducting a series of meetings at Hiram Surg with Good Suc John elder of Kansas after an absence i evening stat no Jeffor a j 1 i a a u l her a 1 Jefferson township. Mrs. Lib Burr and son Willie from Cam Bridge spent several Days among friends Here. Miss Ibby Bell of North Salem was the guest of her Cousin miss Sadie Baird last week. Mrs. Jane Moore and son from Wayne county Are Iusti Cating among relatives in this neighbourhood. Marion and Joseph Lanning have bought a new portable saw Mill and will have it on hand about the 20th of this month. The protracted meeting at the Hopewell m. Church on Irish Ridge closed on last Friday evening. Five members added to the Church. William Smith of Montana territory of ten years is Here visiting relatives and Many friends. Ork Lias commenced on the Tunnel West of town. They propose to put on 200hands at an Early Day. Gunn Cosgrave says he has fitted up two additional rooms in his hotel to accommodate his increasing patronage. J w Anderson of Batesville has moved his family to town and will make this his Home while firing on the Railroad. Mcclelland a Bay have let the contract to Burn the Brick for the new school House to or Davis of Zanesville who will commence immediately. Kelly Cosgrave received a severe contusion above the right Eye tuesday of last j after an absence of 23years, is Hack Shakim week at Johnson a Bay a factory by the i hands with his Many old acquaintances splitting of a wheel he was turning in the a d his brother James n. Smith lathe. I John l. Smith one of our Young men superintendent Atkinson of the w c amp commenced his first term of school tuesday m Railroad Lias been absent from Here for i Anuar and at no. 2. Washington town i. A i 8i11d of d r a Iio Uil c new Vyvn 1. A in i about three weeks and the Road has been entirely under the management of l c Cutter. It has done a big business both in freight and passenger traffic and everything is going along smoothly. So much for having an old experienced Railroad conductor. Ship. May Success Crown his efforts As teacher. Report of the condition of the first National Bank at Cambridge in the state of Ohio at the close of business december 30th, 1882. Resources Loans and discounts$1151,813 40 u. S. Bonds to secure circulation 70,000 00 i Quot. S. Bonds on hand. 2,.�?~100 00 other stocks Bonds Ami mortgages. 12,1 00 00 due from approved Reserve agents 48.00.1 20 due from other National Banks. 29.348 00 real estate furniture and fixtures. Ltd current expenses and taxes paid. Checks and other Cash items. Bills of other Banks. Fractional paper currency Nickels and pennies. .07 specie. 19,538 00 Legal tender notes. 31,973 00 redemption fund with v. S. Treas Urr 5 percent of circulation 3,150 00 total. $388,191 54 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in$100,000 00 surplus funds. 20,000 00 undivided protits. 6,062 34 National Bank notes outstanding 63,000 00 dividends unpaid. 1,380 on individual deposits subject to Check. 136,046 77 demand certificates of Deposit. 56,138 70 due to other National Banks 4.715 37 due to state Banks and Bankers. 848,36 3,000 00 04 57 643 04 4.777 00 total. $388,191 54 state of Ohio Guernsey county is i a. It. Murray cashier of the above rimmed Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. A. It. Must stay. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th Day of january 1883. Elza Turner notary Public. Corrects attest s. J. Mcmahon w. A. Rainey directors. J. W. Campy kill i Jan.ll-\s3-lt. The most Complete institution in the i United states for the thorough practical education of Young and Middle aged men. Enter at any time. For circulars giving full particulars address j. Smith . Pittsburgh a. . Guenthers lung healer improve the a orb. Trade Mark. For the curb Oso consumption Spittles of Wilc xxx bronchitis Coubs. Cold it tank of , by Spowa. And All j Isea cd Oft lie us lung amp by Jagim. Price 25c, 5t>c and $1 00. Ask your a Toturgul for in a Jeuther a Caput film i 1>�. For Sale. Lived alone. Parties desiring to Purchase Marble or Granite monuments headstones see can have the largest and finest Stock in fist Ern Ohio to select from and can also save All agents commission by calling at the works of Jed Williams on the Public Square. Of since our last report marriage licenses have been issued to the following persons a d. M. Wilson and Fla m. Saviers a. M. Moore and Nettie Conner Thos f. Slay and Mary , William Hosick and Sarah Carothers. Geo. W. Harford and Amanda Boothe. A Bill of exceptions is being prepared in the Stout Priaulx Case in which judgment was rendered against the defendant at the last term of court for $400 As damages resulting from the kick of a horse with a View of taking the Case to the Dis Triet court. The Case of the state of Ohio is Jas a. Tillett of Salesville assault and Battery is set for hearing in the probate court to Day thursday while that against w. A. Marlatt of Knox township upon the same charge has been continued to the first monday in february. Notie9. All persons indebted to me will please Call and Settle by payment or note for under my new system of business i am bound to close my books. Respectfully l Hirschberg. It a Short time the Baltimore and Ohio passenger conductors will be changed around considerably. The conductors baggage men and brakeman ill run through from Chicago to Bellaire a distance of 463 Miles and will be on the Road sixteen hours. A Twenty four hours Layover will be Given at each end of the Road to make out the reports. Uncle Toms Cabin will in presented to the people of Cambridge next Friday evening at the City Hall by the new York Standard company a troupe that comes Well recommended. This play though aged still meets with favor and its proper rendition May be expected from this company. Lillie Rogers their Topsy is considered above the average. A fatal Accident occurred near Belle Valley monday morning. While the or it is expected that several meeting y Morm a we quote a Quot will be held shortly in the neighbourhood to l,as8cnscr trally lava a main Here in the interests of the a that Point Tho ens nicer discovered a Man tonal Reform association. Rev j land i or Ltd be Quot do a Quot a a Hatly reversed one of its secretaries will be the speaker e"8lne t0� an<1 he Quot North As i am determined to succeed in the or. De taking i must politely yet earnestly request one and All to pay the Eash for their purchases. It is to your advantage As much so or More than mine. The old idea of paying a great Deal More than Good Are actually Worth for the Sake of a Little time is absurd and costly. You can save a Large amount each Vear by patronizing me under the new and improved system. Trusting that All will see this in the right Light and act accordingly i remain yours respect a by. L. Hirschberg proprietor Hirschberg one Price clothing House. The following officers were installed in Cambridge Lodge no. 301,1. Of by Sampson Dowdall District Deputy n. A j. Of Salmon v. A d. T. Jeffries Sec a j. L. Bruner per Sec a a. W. Halliday treasurer w. Mcivar Warden j a. Jones r. A w. H. H. Zellyar is James s. Nichols o. A e. M. Seigfried i. G., Henry Mottie r. S. A w. A. Car Penter l. S. A Samuel Thalheimer r. And l. S. To v. A Thos g. Kerr and r. Brown. Several members from Quaker City and Point pleasant lodges were present. The Cambridge and Center township teachers association will meet on saturday at 2 p. M. At school Hall. The following programme has been prepared absolute construction prof Mcburney teaching grammar to beginners a. W. Ringer Decimal fractions w. R. Scott self improvement Minnie Parker Corporal punishment prof Yarnell discussion should algebra be taught in our schools opened by John Harding. A m a Cash wins. It is no longer a question with us As to what our overcoats or heavy goods would bring should we carry them Over until next season. The question was Only what Price shall we place upon them that will turn them into Money now. That we have made prices to do this Call and see for yourselves. Money made is Money saved. Hirschberg one Price clothing House. The february number of the North american review is to contain an article on a the Experiment of Universal suffrage by prof. Alexander Winchell a discussion of a the revision of creeds by clergymen representing six evangelical denominations a paper entitled a the decay of protestantism a by Bishop me Quaid and a defense of the Standard Oil monopoly by senator Camden. Or o. Simons received a Large Deer j fell was struck and terribly mangled from a Friend in the West last Friday i death was instantaneous. It was Ascer p height autumnal Days temptation to Nate victim who attempted to run and comfortable exposures yields its fruit in a. A111 t Ull lilt lil most pernicious cough and irritation of Section hands the if of David Allender formerly of Creighton dropped dead from a chair in which he sat nursing an infant december 28th, at their Home in Glaive a county Kansas. In regard to her death the Sedgwick Jay Hawker ways the True facts in the Case Are difficult to learn As her death was sudden and no one in the room but her children the oldest being but seven years of age. She says her Mamma had finished her work and sat Down upon the chair the baby in her arms and fell from the chair dead. Or. Allender had just returned from his work and was on the step when the child opened the door and told him the sad news. Hen he reached her life was almost extinct but she have him one look in tie face and closed her Eves in death. I Fie deceased was born september 21, 1845, in Guernsey county Ohio aged 37 years was married nov 29, 1872, came to Kansas in april 1882. She leaves four children two boys and two girls the oldest aged seven years and the youngest a babe three months. Was a member of the United presbyterian Church her funeral took place from the m. In Church on saturday following attended by Many sympathizing friends. She had Only lived in Sedgwick a few months during which time she formed the acquaintance of Many and was held in High esteem by All who knew her. Slate and Iron mantels sawed of a Roe Stone hearths amp a very cheap at the Marble and Granite works of Jed Williams on Public Square. No agents. Of Antrim. W. C. Dugan smiles its a girl. Judging from reports from the Kansas school a. A. Scott is a successful teacher. Political gossip will cease for a time and give place to other and More useful talk. The Snow of the past few Days enlivened the place somewhat with the Jingle of Bells a. Ii. Johnson and p. H. Sanbourne of Muski Ngum College spent the holidays at Home. Samuel Johnson of Washington territory is spending the Winter at his fathers Thos. Johnson. It. Pleasant. Peter Lepage still pegs away. The Buffalo Coal works Are doing a very Good business. Rev Perego is holding a series of meet mrs at Bethel Church. Sheriff Mcgill paid our town a flying it visit last monday. Mrs Sarah Davis of Rochester is visiting her son Adam Davis of this place. Jasper Mcfarland of Buffalo is packing tobacco at this place this Winter. Our enterprising merchants Mclaughlin so Stranathan and a 0 Flanagan Are doing a Lively business. William t Young and family went to Caldwell on monday evening to attend the funeral of his father in Law Solomon Robinson. There will be a concert Given at the lutheran Church saturday evening january 20th, under the management George r Davis. The Byesville and Hartford a Cor net bands will furnish Masic for the occasion. A Kimbolton. Wesley Fuller is the violinist of the Day. I r. Wall was in town one Day last week. M. Allen of Brady visited our place on election Day. William Jones is at Salem assisting his father in the store. Our schools reopened Here monday after vacation of two weeks. The Young folks enjoyed a hop at Albert Gibson a new years night. W. R. Tederick of Kansas is trying to Soli a Patent washing machine in this county. A party of tramps had a new years dinner on the Liberty Kilili at the expense of Halls Catarrh cure is taken internally. It acts directly upon the blood and the mucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. For Sale by John r. Downar. Nov.s0-3m. Married. Moore Cunningham january 3d, 1883. At the residence of miss Chrissie Kirkpatrick Middlebourne by Rev ii s Jackson Lycurgus Moore and miss Kate Cunningham. 13 Stokes Hosmans january 3rd, 1883 at Washington. I a. By Rev Frederick Powers. B. Stokes and miss . Taylor Muldoon Jan 9th, at the Sagle hotel by w. A. Carpenter j. P., or d h from the wires at Oldham. A egg and a two cent piece Are Worth lamp Flor of Noble co and miss Maggie mul to lie same John Dales is visiting friends at Kimbolton this week. James Johnson went Over to Bakersville on business last monday. John t. Maffet is now engaged at railroading on the c. So m. Railroad. Hiram Stiles of armstrongs Mill spent last Sabbath with Francis Barnes James Miller smiles when you ask him if he Lias not taken a Little girl to raise. We Are informed that they Are about to organize a literary society at Barros school House. Miss Jennie Johnson has returned from pleasent visit with friends in Coshocton county John m. Barr was one of the debaters at the Salt in Ork literary society last of Quot riday evening. Or. Kerr and miss Gertrude Oldham of Doon formerly of Wheeling. W. A. Born. Clarks january 4th, 1883, to or. And mrs. George Clark of Knox township a son and a daughter twins. Davis january 7th, 1882, to or and mrs ii h Davis of this place a son. Mckitrick january 9th, 1883, to or and mrs j. M. Mckitrick of this place a son. Died. Allens Emma Allen daughter of g w Allen died at her Home near Norwich on Friday the 5th instant of pleurisy of the lungs. Lincoln reads a poem. Honest old Abe entertains his Cabinet with a Little quotation. O i t a i i a now gentlemen Yon have More or less Bellaire Ohto a sited friends at the station poetry in your souls listen to this a and last week. Abraham Lincoln then president Rose a Sleigh ing party of Young folks attended from his chair in his office in the White the singing at Brush run school House Honse and read in trembling Friday evening. Indicated his own profound appreciation of we learn that mrs. Sawyer of Phillips by Holmes a last Leaf a of which Burg is about to Purchase the w. Thomas i talc following aae two verses farm near Here. A they say that in his prime. Ere the pruning knife of time evening. 1 he work of preparing it for the table was artistically done by or c. L. All is he Riff Mcgill and r. E. Brown. Trained that the gentleman killed was Solomon Robertson of Sharon aged about 86 Vears. The Throat i r. Bulls cough syrup stands unrivalled As a remedy for Throat and lung diseases. 25 cents a bottle. Tible Linen 20 cents per Vard at Kohns. The Coal train going North saturday became uncoupled while running and Jamed together causing the passengers to change seats. One Man fell upon a Eanard Bird rage belonging to Hiram Gunn mashing it up bad 1 v. Or. Carothers who lately returned from Idaho spent a portion of last week visiting at Andrew Dales. Mrs. Joseph Patterson has returned Home after spending the holidays with her father at Gibsons station. John Phillis was out in a new Sleigh one Day last week it was put up by the Boss Workman b. Bishard. Mrs. A. Buker Nee Gilkison recently married has the Best wishes of her Man friends in this Vicinity. Andy Barnes and will Morrison were out Hunting on last thursday. Will Morrison was the Lucky boy As he shot the Fox. $100 Reward. To offered for any Case of Catarrh that can to be cured with Halls Catarrh cure. Taken internally. Price 75 cents. Sold by John r. Downar. M m nov.80-3m. Birmingham. A Railroad is All the talk now in this Village. Miss Sadie Hill is visiting her brother in Coshocton. Mrs. Alice Braniger is visiting friends and relatives Here. There was an Oyster supper at s. K. Daugherty a last week. A. L. Anderson is attending the Zanesville business College. Mrs. J. Ii. Of Ley has been on the sick list for the past week. Clark Anderson of Byesville is spending his vacation at his Home near Here. J. Price and wife spent some Days last week with friends in Washington. Or Meredith of Antrim has been making efforts to secure a singing class Here. There were four accessions to the presbyterian Church at the meeting held by Rev. Williams. Mrs. Levina Maxwell is lying very Low from the effects of an Accident n which she was severely burned. Geo. Anderson and lady entertained quite a number of their friends very please Tiv on Friday evening of last week. J. E. Smith began teaching this week at no 2, Washington township the school Given up by o. A. George on account of ill health. The protracted meeting at the pleasant Hill m. Fyk Church has closed. The u. B. Church at Chestnut Hill begins a series of meetings this week. Idle Experiment. 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 not dose yourself with a Hundred things in theh Tope 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 pile3 and constipation it is just what you want. Druggists have it or mail one Dollar to the doctor at Rondout n. Cut him Doain not a better Man was found by the Erier in Iii round through Tho town. Now the Mossy marbles rest on the lips that he had pressed in their Bloom and the names he loved to hear have been curved for Manv a year on Tho or. Michael Guilfoyle of Binghamton n. Y., is not As old As the venerable Boston citizen of whom the poet wrote with such tender pathos yet lie is More than three score and ten. A of or the past eight of thos3 years a lie 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 Hiscox so 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 All diseases arising from an impure state of blood or imperfect digestion. Dyspepsia and All its consequences malarial feyers. Sick headache kidney troubles bronchitis and common coughs and colds vanish at its touch. Prices 50<ts. And $1 a bottle. Larger size the cheaper. 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�?T83-tf. Cambridge Ohio. For Sale. A Frame House. 1 stories a in Glit rooms. Good cellar and Cistern. Located on a Ali Street just one Square East of the court House. Also on Steubenville Street a Frame House five rooms cellar Well Good stable full lot. Also a two Story Frani a House six rooms work shop Good Well Kie ated West of c. Amp m. Depot and just North of the water station on the b. So o. R. A for terms inquire of no n r. 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 Al Are plaintiffs and Daniel i. Stout it Al., Are defendants. I will offer at Public Sale at the door of tin court House in Cambridge Ohio on saturday february 3rd, 1883, at one o clock p. M. On said Dav. The following described real estate. Twit situate in Guernsey county Ohio. All that part of Tho Southwest Quarter of Section number Twenty one 21and of Tho Southeast Quarter of Section number Twenty two 22. Of township two 2 and Range four 4 which is comprised within the following metes and Bounds beginning for the same at the South West Corner of said Section Twenty one 21running thence South 88� 4p f2ast. Forty one rods. Thence North 4 a East 27 rods. Thence North 61� West 18 rods thence North 14� East 24 rods. Thence North 7934� West 23 rods. Thence South 15� West 24 rods. Thence South 33 4� West 23 rods. Thence South 4� East 18 reds. Thence South 88� East 54 rods to the place of beginning containing thirteen and Twenty seven Hundredth 13 27-100 acres. Appraised at $1,200 00. Terms of Sale one third Eash one third in one year and one third in two years. Deferred payments to Bear interest at6 per cent from Date. Given under my hand at Cambridge Ohio this 3rd Day of january a. I. 1883. J. Al. Alc Gill sheriff of Guernsey county Ohio j. A. Troette attorney for Biff s. Jan.4,1883-5w. Notice of the Extension of�?Tcorfob-ati0n limits attachment notice. T. Jones plaintiff. Before w. A. Is. Carpenter j. Snoden Wilson defendant j p. Of Cambridge township Guernsey county Ohio. On the 23d Day of december 1882, said jus Tice issued an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of five dollars and thirty five cents Jan 11,1883-3w. T. Jones. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of a Vendi exp Onas issued from the court of common pleas of Guernsey county Ohio to me directed in a cause wherein j. A. Hayes life co., Are plaintiffs and j. F. Teener is defendant i will offer at Public Sale at the door of the court House in Cambridge Ohio on saturday february 10th, 1883, at one o clock p. J/., on said Day the following described real estate to wit lot number Twenty six 26 in the town of Point pleasant and lot number eleven 11 in the second addition to said town of Point pleasant Guernsey county Ohio. Appraised lot number 26 at $800 00. Appraised lot number 11 at $40 00. Terms of Sale Cash. Given under Illy hand at Cambridge Ohio this 10th Day of january a. D., 1883. J. M. Mcgill sheriff of Guernsey county Ohio. M it hews Heade atty a for puffs. Jan. 11,1883-5w.j notice is hereby Given that on the 4th Day of december a. 1882, Joseoh air Cortle and r. Or. Anderson agents for and on behalf of the Council of the incorporated Village of Cumberland Guernsey county Ohio presented to Tho Board 5f commissioners of said county at a regular session thereof a petition setting Forth that the Council of said Village on the 2nd Dav of october. A. I1882, by the unanimous vote of its members passed an ordinance entitled a an ordinance to enlarge the corporation limits of the town of Cumberland a by annexing thereto contiguous territory commencing for the same at the North of to Corner of Section 33, township no. 9 Range ten 10. Thence South 80� East 70 rods. Thence South 15� West 163 and 40-100 rods. Thence North 89� West 70 rods. Thence West 15� f ast 1g3 and 40-100 rods to the place of beginning and appointed the undersigned agents on behalf of said corporation to prosecute the necessary proceeding before the Board of commissioners of said county toe feet such enlargement which said petition with an accurate map or plat of the territory herein described the ohm missioners caused to be filed in the auditors office of said count v for the inspection of All persons interested a prior it Inato in it tuesday february loth 1883. At 10 o clock a. Of. Of said Dav 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 c Council aforesaid upon the 4th Day of december aforesaid. Joseph Alcor Glennd r. A. Anderson. Tikoo. Agents for petitioners. Dec.l4,1882-6w. S. S. Carnes proprietor of first class livery and feed stable. No. 6, Pine Street near main. Nur2-tf c a Al Bridge. Ohio

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