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22 Mar 1883

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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1883, Cambridge, Ohio Strength to vigorously push a business strength to study a profession strength to regulate a household strength to do a Days labor without physical pain. All this represents what is wanted in the often heard expression a a of i wish i had the strength a of you Are broken Down have not Energy or feel As if life was hardly Worth living you can be relieved and restored to robust health and strength by taking Browne a Iron bitters which is a True tonic a Medicine universally recommended for All wasting diseases. 501 n. Fremont St., Baltimore during the War i was injured in the stomach by a piece of a Shell and have suffered from it Ever since. About four years ago it brought on paralysis which kept me in bed six months and the Best doctors in the City said i could not live. I suffered fearfully front indigestion and for Over two years could not eat solid food and for a Large portion of the time was unable to retain even liquid nourishment. I tried Browne a Iron bitters and now after taking two bottles i Ara Able to get up and go around and am rapidly improving. F a Dicker. Browne a Iron bitters is a Complete and sure remedy for indigestion dyspepsia malaria weakness and All diseases requiring a True reliable a on alcoholic tonic. It enriches the blood gives new life to the Muscles and tone to the nerves. The Cambridge Herald. A or at of Lehst Bookstore Cambridge Ohio. 125 cd 3 02 Cut or cd up so it. E so St cd a a pm a a in in cd p in full or it m h cd 7 la la v in i 5 5 i it a be cd m la or to said no. The finest Stock of paper hangings Ever brought to this Market co uprising All grades Brown White planks satins Micas Bronze and Gilt with Borders Corres Danding with and the grades. i Atar re Urel endorsed by will cure any Case office it a. I. Stewart amp co. Chicago ii Juno 4,1880. Ham. P. J. Cheney be cb., 0. Be Allemen a i Uke pleasure in informing Joo flu i Hare Hall s Catarrh curs it has cured pit i was very bad and done to hesitate in of that fit will oar any ease of Catarrh if taken properly. Your truly j. B. Weith Erford. Worth $910 a bottle. Murray Jackson. Mich writes Hare Hod to Tot to 7 Sari hairs Catarrh cure cured me Al it Worth a bottle. Iii Catarrh Core is sold by All druggists at it bottle. Manufactured and sold by by ii Cha. Sole proprietors Toledo of Fth my for Sale by Jno. A Downer. Thursday March 22, 1883. Locals. The Herald office is now supplied with several different kinds of horse cuts and any one wanting printing in that line will do Well to Call and see our specimens and learn prices. Subscribers who change their residence the first of april should leave or Send word to this office As soon As the same is effected that our Carrier and mailing list Mav be corrected at once. Tones t Tori Wall paper you bet Mason a co., has a woke them up in Zanesville. A Hon j. D. Taylor has our thanks for Public documents. A Case of attempted suicide comes from the East end of town. In Many parts of this county hogs sell at six cents per Pound. For Superior plows Corn drills and All kinds of hardware go to j. E. Anni a. A in m. Jenkins has a Large and Fine Stock of canned goods at his grocery. A John Kirkpatrick has been elected grand Chancellor of scottish rite masons of Ohio. A. M. M Ason Aco., carpeted the Putnam Seminary Nice goods at 40 cents per Yard. A Theudas Jones has bought the Jones Hub party on East Steubenville Street Tor $1,110 . Trenne Rof Byesville has sold half interest of his store to a of Young o Norwich. The remains of mrs Sarah Burns were removed from the Evans vault to a grave saturday. Rev w. H. Mcfarland expects to preach at College Hill school House next Sabbath afternoon. Benjamin Ripley who killed Nathan Bear at near Freeport recently has been adjudged insane. Jacob Purcell s flouring Mill at South Olive was burned last thursday. Loss $5000. Incendiary so. Abe Kohn of the firm of Kohn Bros w ill married to miss Rosella Grossner at Zanesville the 27th inst. Nice ingrain 2 ply carpet at rag carpet prices at a. M. Mason a co., 195 main Street Zanesville Ohio. August Kane Cincinnati of says a four bottles of Brown s Iron bitters entirely cured me of by reason of the serious illness of his Mother or sugar Turner was called Home from Washington county Friday. A commercial traveller named of Donnell fell at the b. A Depot monday evening and dislocated his shoulder. Rev e. Ellison at one time pastor of the m. E. Church at this place died at Cadiz the 10th inst of consumption. J. E. Bonnell began a three months term of school in District no to this township monday at $1.25 per Day. J. A. Johnson of near this place purchased a number of Fine Merino sheep from a St Blairsville gentleman . Or. Kistnor operated upon nine persons who were afflicted with piles during his stay at or. A Mold s office Here last thursday. Overalls can he bought of Mason Aco. Zanesville Ohio for 25 cents and Good solid Blue Wool mixed lined pants for $1,25. Considerable of the live Stock of Noble county that finds its Way to City markets is shipped from Spencer station this county Rev. Ii. A. Sumrell a Young minister of Ironton Ohio will preach at the Baptist Church next sunday both morning Aud evening. Wiliam Palmer a Young Man living near port Washington disappeared a few Days ago and nothing has since been heard of him. Drs Wall and Simons removed an arterial tumor from Between the eyes of a child of or Morehead who lives at Galli Gher last Friday. Robert Brown son of James Brown died at his fathers Home on West gom Ber Street saturday of consumption and was buried sunday. Guernsey county will be entitled to six delegates to the Republican state convention which is to be held at Columbus june 5th and 6th. The coiling in the engine room of the planing Mill was discovered to he on fire monday morning. It was put out without much damage. Mrs. Schairer from whom was taken a tumor weighing 72� pounds is still living and Strong Hopes Are entertained of her recovery. Circulars have been received at this place announcing the departure from new York of a gang of thieves whose purpose is to work Ohio towns. Charles a. Bassett of Newcomerstown Well known Here is announced to run a foot race with one John Wells of Cincinnati at Columbus june 1st. Slate and Iron mantels sawed Freestone hearths a very cheap at the Marble and Granite works of Jed Williams on Public Square. No agents. Of Joseph Mckinney a Well known citizen of new Concord died tuesday morning of stomach disease. He was the father of ii. H. Mckinney of this place. Miss Jennie Stephens has been employed to teach the summer term of school in District no 8, Londonderry township and miss Ella Weyers in no 12. Special easter services will be held at them e. And presbyterian churches next sunday. At the former in the morning and at the latter in the evening. Matters relating to the will of George b. Leeper deceased Are to be determined Iii the common pleas court a suit to that effect having already been entered. The town Council of new Concord has passed an act combining the offices of marshal and Street commissioner. A salary of $400 a year attaches to the position. A Post office War is raging at Hopewell. The department at Washington has been appealed to for settlement. It is alleged that creation is found in allowing a registered letter to pass through without proper note being made. W. C. F Razier has been re arrested charged with the killing of the Young men Hays and Luse pupils of his at near Cumberland a few weeks ago. We understand the preliminary examination will take place before Justice Purkey at Cumberland to Day wednesday clips c. W. Hoste Pillen a s. A., Springfield of says a a Browne a Iron bitters cured me of inflammatory we acknowledge receipt of Spangler a Finly real estate bulletin published at Zanesville and from its contents we infer these gentlemen do a a land office business. There will be a social at or Mccurdy shall in Washington Given by the ladies of the presbyterian Church next Friday evening. Admission 15 cents. Lunch free. An elderly lady mrs Shipman of Jefferson township was stricken with paralysis while travelling along the Road near Thomas Mills monday and died tuesday. Of is Julia a. Cameron of this place aged 83 years is dangerously ill and it is probable Ere this comes to the notice of our readers she will have passed to an other realm. Marble and Granite monuments very cheap at the works of Jed Williams on Public Square. He employs no Agenes and can afford to allow their commission to his customers. Of w. S. Mccartney and miss i of Cam Eron were joined in marriage at the Home of the brides Mother last thursday even ing by revs Locke and Mcfarland. These Young people have the Well wish i of Many friends. One who knows says that if a ready 4isale is wanted for the old kind of tobacco raised in this Section it must be cured by the fire process and if any use the Burly seed then air cure. Or and mrs Henry Briggs of Smyrna were much Hurt by being thrown from a Wagon at Freeport a few Days ago. Their team got frightened at a train of care and became unmanageable. The name of G. Hyatt of Bellaire formerly of this place is prominently mentioned in connection with the democratic nomination for auditor of Belmont county. Tom is a first rate gentleman and in every Way worthy the place. Two things specially admired at Quaker City Are the Largo and Fine selection of plants and Flowers in Isaac Halls Green House and the lately constructed fish Pond of M. Johnson. It would be difficult to Excel either. Carpets sold to parties not in shape to All Down can 25 per cent Aud the balance at Leisure. Over 75 car pets were sold on saturday in this Way at a. M. Mason a co., Zanesville Ohio. Parties desiring to Purchase Marble or Granite monuments headstones a can have the largest and finest Stock in Eastern Ohio to select from and can also save All agents commission by calling at the works of Jed Williams on the Public Square. Of at the millinery establishment of Belle Cain opposite the Post office has just seen received a carefully selected Stock of pretty bonnets Nobby hats handsome neckwear durable gloves Good corsets Etc. Of you want anything in the millinery line it will you to Call John Boyd of the firm of Boyd a Mckinney of Cambridge was for years the travelling Salesman for Dietz a Mason and Dietz Mason a Harper wholesale grocers of Zanesville. This same Mason is the thoroughbred carpet and notion Man of Zanesville Ohio. D. L. Lydick of Quaker City gave this office a pleasant Call monday. Or. Lydick was Here in the interest of the personals mrs. Margaret Ogier is very sick. Hon a. J. Warner was Here monday. Miss Mamie Fisher is visiting at lower Salem B. Scott returned from Newark monday. Mrs. Russell Barnes ii visiting at Summerfield. F. W. White has been visiting Friend s j a few Days. Rialto friends in Licking county. F. K. Raymond Aud wife Hay returned j from their bridal tour. M. F. Marsh of Quaker City is clerking in a drug store it Dennison. H. E. Bullock and family left wednesday last for a Western trip Washington. Ltd an i some one Burn some Brick Here ? let your eggs ready. Easter next sunday. John Batter and de. Cunningham Havo gone to Illinois democratic township caucus next. Saturday at two of clock. Daniel Thompson has gone to Wheeling West va., on business. All the Wool in this township has been shipped to Eastern markets. Mrs. A. M. Gill of new York. Was Here on fool among Many. From Tho Woof at old Hao. Butter 28 and eggs to Cental in Tibia Market. A yet lowing a Lone two neighbourhood j wracked by i untempered ambition our schools Are generally engaged Tor the summer term. J. P. Mcclelland has returned from a weeks visit in Belmont county. Miss Alma Harkness lies dangerously ill of Scarlet fever Al Cincinnati. Mrs. Annie Mcfarland of Belmont is the guest of mrs. E. W. Mathews. George Blake and wife of Marietta spent sunday with her parents Here. C. C. Olmsted of Quaker City has gone to see his father at Gallipolis Ohio. Miss Lida Hanna has been greeting friends at Sarahsville within the past few Days. 8. O. Biggs leaves this week to accept a position in a printing office at Hillsboro Ohio. Miss Ada Beatty has been the guest of mrs Dollie Lynch at Dennison for several Days past. Samuel m. Thomas of Jefferson township left wednesday of for Montana territory. I Oren Hilbert for two years a compositor in this office left wednesday to take a similar position with his brother at Greely Colorado. Miss Dollie Smithers Nee Houck of Perryville Maryland is Hack Here to the scenes of her younger Days. William Linkhorn of Byesville was in town monday and kindly remembered the Herald office. Thanks. Mrs. Clark Rose and son Llewellyn have been visiting for the past week in Wheeling Ami Moundsville w. Va., Hon. M. C. George congressman from Oregon stopped in town a few hours last Friday. He is a native of Noble county. James Adams and James Mccrumb of Morristown passed through Here monday on their Way to Linn county Iowa where they expect to make their Homo Frank Smith son of Ebenezer Smith of this place has again taken the read As a commercial traveler his territory lies in new Mexico Arizona and California. Misses Annie Grimes and Erma Holtz two attractive Young ladies of Fairview spent last sunday with their Friend miss t Iii Council have ordered 27 new lumps which w ill Burn Coal Oil of a Pittsburgh tiring. Our carpenters Are All Busy and say that we will Hare several new houses go up this Spring. It Ziu Griffith s new House is now completed Ai d we understand he will move in it before Long. Or. J. T. Clark has to Fine Alderney Bull known in thoroughbred circles As the 1st Duke of Salt Fork. Mrs. We. Dorsey died on sat inlay and was buried in the old grave Yard South of town on monday. A conductor was killed at Campbells station on Friday. Campbell s seems to be an unlucky station. There will be a balloon ascension at our next fair As a contract has already been made with an aeronaut. Win. Baker has some very Nice Sitter pups. Any one wanting Bird dogs would do Well to buy one of them. Millie Nero a House caught fire one Day from falling soot but was cutout before much damage was done. There were several parties Here Selling registered sheep. There seems to be quite a strife among our foreign Brethren. The Railroad excitement will soon be with tis again As we hear of quite a number of circulars being sent North of us. There were 52 applicants before Tho Bourdot examiners Here saturday the largest number that have been Here for some time. The parties who shipped their Wool last fall have just received returns from same and the Wool netted them from 38 to 40 cts per Pound. We understand that quite an amount of Coal has been taken out on the Burdett place and pronounced Good by those who have used it. Our news boys Bere of which there Are about 20 make quite a babbling by crying on the streets daily Guernsey times and Cincinnati enquirer. The Public Sale at Mccandless and Mccoy a was Well attended and most every thing was sold. Met endless will go to Iowa and Mccoy to Illinois the school in District no. 5, closed of. Thursday with an examination Aud treat. Most everybody were there and were Well pleased. J k Cunningham was teacher. Thomas Eagleson living about two Miles West of Washington had his smoke House burned Down one Day losing All his meat hour a. The loss was about $200. Ii is dwelling House was Only saved by having plenty of water Handy. Rozilla Hays of North Chestnut Street. Barnesville Enterprise. M us s. L. Forsythe is the new dressmaker at mrs. Fishers. She is from Ohio and if Abe were engaged in polities this would be a sufficient guaranty of Success. But mrs. Fisher says she is just As Good at dress making As the Ohio politicians Are at their Aton Gazette court report. Hoy. Judge w. H. Frazier clerk Barr and sheriff Mcgill present. It at actions. First National Bank of Cambridge of is Mathew Mcculley and Hiram Ferguson. Judgment in Fay or of plaintiff for $1,656.38. Joseph Leeper is John b. Leeper it a1 executors Etc. Motion to set aside verdict All Aetna Telephone company of which he is overruled. Plaintiff remits the sum of agent. Several lines Are already in sue i $983,48 and by agreement judgment is Cess Ful operation Here and the prospects Are that Many More soon will be. J. F. Kirkpatrick a school teacher has entered suit in the common pleas court rendered against defendants for $1,000 errors released. John Moore is win. Howell it a1. Suit brought on promissory note. Judgment against Sarali Howell in favor. To. Of plaintiff for $1,935.25. Also in favor against the clerk of Knox township to re 0f William gelders for $1,238.83. Notice quire the payment of $175 wages claimed of intention to Appeal. Bond fixed at $100 to be due him. This is the outgrowth of Reese Lewis is Henry Shipley it a1 the school difficulty had there last fall Ival a ju2nient for $125. J r Enoch Clark is w. T. Berry. Revival and with which our readers Are familiar. 0f judgment for $215. A reporter of the Herald was shown thew. S Luccock is Joseph m. Jones. Solomon confession for 334.58. The february term of the common Fairview. Thomas Smith is quite sick. David Coultrap is about again. Turtle a Bro. Are building a wardroom. Select quilting at mrs j w Stephens . Protracted meeting closed at Pisgah Friday. Gap Rodecker says the poultry business is booming. Albert Baker has bought the town property of t Reid. H it Woodward paid our town a Hying visit . The Bell is going to move to Cambridge Iii a Short time. Eia Ferrell and la 1/ Are guests of m iss Mollie Anderson. Quarterly meeting of the m e Church saturday Ami Sabbath. Miss Phebe Gat diner a the guest of miss Wilda Smith . J w Rase intends building a residence on his farm cast of town this summer. It is reported that the Obi doctor was joined in the holy Bond of Wedlock . Ii it Ferrell closed a successful school at no4, Oxford township with a grand dinner Aud entertainment. We Are going to have another Telegraph office and it is said one of Fairview boys will have charge . C l Rosen Grant closed his Winter term at no i Millwood township. Friday with a treat and literary entertainment. Our Public school closes Friday. Prof la w Gardiner and miss Lida b Stevens have had charge and Given satisfaction. One of j. S. Campbells children be been quite sick for some Days past. A i Tad relatives at Adam Ville. Muski Ngum county . John info Nus us that business is Good and everything Lovely at Tyner. William Ralston and David Wilson purchased some very Fine sheep Quot we. Ii. Bell has been confined to the House for some clays from a severe cold. Eggs of Bright color will be in fashion next Sabbath but we will take ours Plain White. 1 or. Ender has removed from Coshocton to the Ratliff farm near Oldham s mrs. Sarah e. A relist has sold her farm near Oldham a station to Alexander Neil for $1,600. Benj. Saltkill having sold his interest in the magic lantern show is now engaged on the Gam Railroad. James Mason returned from Guernsey last wednesday where Helms been engage in teaching school. Quot mrs. George Kimble who has been sick for some time of lung disease and was thought lunch better is very Low Tagalu. A party from Cambridge was Here on saturday wanting to rent the bean property and carry on blacksmithing. Farmers generally have hired their hands for the summer. Prices ranging from twelve to sixteen dollars per month. Miss Annie Mason went to new Philadelphia on saturday. She will spend a few weeks with relatives in that City. Some of our Young folks attended a social party at Samuel Stillins one evening and a very pleasant time was had. John Mattit is the happiest Man Ina Days travel since the arrival of that a big boy a at his House. Ifs first plaything should he a Little Hatchet. Joseph e. Barr and miss Etta Blair of Adams township were married Oil tuesday. March 20th. 1883. We wish them a Long and Happy journey through life. A number of the Young people attended the school exhibition at Hopewell on last Friday evening and report it a grand Success. The music was furnished by the Hopewell band and was Good. A a Lighthouse on the Shoals. T ,ou8htrto have stopped five years by la i Aid but i thought it amount to insurance statement. State of Ohio 1k�m ranch. Department t Columbus Ohio january 29th, 1883. J 7 whereas the Liverpool a Loudon amp g Obj five years before j Cut Sipany located at Liverpool in. Unt to Itji Jan bad kingdom of great Britain and ire. My but anything so i Kepf con. I was a fool of course but who baft when ambition arum the Chance of making Money spurs him on Hope i shall get Well enough to digest another Square meal sometime without a rebellion in my the speaker was one of the beat known civil engineers and mining experts in this country Hardy by nature As a Buffalo but broken Down by hard study and the merciless lashing administered to his mind and body by his own hand during the earlier part of his career. At fifty he is prematurely Gray Bent in form and dispirited. Dyspepsia did it dyspepsia the self inflicted curse of the american in every department of toil. A i am 35 years old a writes or Charles h. Watt of Wibot tourers Putnam county a1d had suffered from dyspepsia for fifteen years. Tried everything. At last Gay Parker a Ginger tonic a Hance to show what it could do for me. It proved its ability by curing me. I recommend it to All who Are suffering from this dread Aldis ease. Or g. R. Cole druggist of Carmel. N. certifies to the truth of or Watts statement. Gloom despondency hopelessness disgust with All labor sleeplessness horrid dreams to Render bed time like the hour of execution to a criminal these Are some of dyspepsia a foot prints. The dyspeptic knows what Coleridge meant when he said a fright is my parkers Ginger tonic cures dyspepsia purifies the blood disperses rheumatism and All chronic ailments prices 50 cents and $1 a bottle. Hiscox a co new York. In it Airai xxi i lit i ii us i if land a foreign ire insurance company is pc ses aed of least the amount of a Tual Chi vital required of similar companies formed under the provisions of the act entitled a an act it it it mpa ies doing an insurance ss.?�aihothftateof0hio�m ? the acts Arnen Satorv thereof and sup deposited with be of. Insurance of the state let Trust for the Benefit and Security of ii policy holders residing in the Ste of t Hio a Fnu fun it s Ihan 0,10 Hundred thousand Dollar i Aud securities required and allowed try said acts and has ated in this off he a certifi<3 it �tussa�?o5s"i h tailed statement of its usic and liabilities Aud evidences of investments and otherwise complied with All the requisitions of the said Acta which Are applicable to foreign fire i surant e companies partnerships and associations rat i therefore in pursuance of Law l Amk l Moore superintendent of i surant of the state of Ohio do hereby certify that to said company is authorized to Quot transact its appropriate business of Lei ii in site a Cut. It Jurn v we ii loll cell <4 Ollil Litho Blip x or american Branch december list is a is shown by statement As follows aggregate amount of available As sets in Tho gaited states ,497,01,2 44 aggregate amount of liabilities in or a a thousands Are being cured of Catarrh every year with Halls Catarrh cure that the doctors had Given up and said could not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold by John r. Downar. Mar 8-3-rn. 2,968,577 69 2,529,114 ii 3,310,805 99 Senecaville. Our Young folks get tsp an through the tobacco House of Hutton of Byesville last thursday. Pie has already purchased and has in store about 2500 pounds of As Good tobacco a was Ever handled in this county. He has a dozen or More hands engaged in the establishment. We Call Especial attention to h. D. Munson amp sons new advertisement in another column. In buying musical instruments in these Days of bogus or shoddy instruments it is a matter of the greatest importance that the Public Deal with a Well known and responsible firm As h. D Munson amp sons is known to be. . Mason of a. M. Mason amp co., Well and favourably known As travelling Salesman for the last 9 years has opened a wholesale and retail notion and gents furnishing goods store in Zanesville and done to Trust anybody merchants or a Peabody. Dollar notes Thia is a kind of a a a Wanamaker institution in Zanesville. A the county commissioners held a special session last thursday and awarded contracts for building Bridges and furnishing Stone for National Road. They also resell Ved to sell 4000 court House Bonds one half of which to be made payable january 15th, 1884, and the other half july 15th, 1884, interest to begin april 15th, 1883. Persons have been licensed to marry during the week As follows e. O. Ore and Ada a. Lawrence w. A. Bonnell and Minerva Stewart w. S. Mccartney and Loa Cameron Isaac Dillon and mint Reynolds Joseph e. Barr and Alvaretta Blair David Fisher and Jane Lanning James Oldham Aud e. C. Frame Zaven Lanning and Lidia White raft. Our readers should steer Clear of these graveyard insurance companies. There is one at Dayton and one at Ashland. Several Guernsey county people have been taken in recently to the sum of Many dollars. A lawyer Bere is being consulted As to recourse but there is probably none. The business is conducted on the plan. The Bonnie Meyer comedy company will appear at the City Hall thursday evening March 22nd, and present the Beautiful romantic drama in tic acts entitled a Fanchon the Cricket with the handsome and talented actress. Miss Bonnie Meyer As leading lady. J. H. Thorne a popular comedian is with the company. Friday evening they will entertain an audience with an entire change of programme. This company conies recommended. Reserved seats for Sale at Walls drug store. Pleas court adjourned monday. Iii a Patrick Kinnelly conductor on a West bound b. Amp Oyster train was almost instantly killed at lore City last Friday. He leaned out of the caboose when the train was running at full Speed to look at a hot Box and while in that position was struck by a mail Catcher which stands just East of the station and knocked from the car. He was thrown a distance of about thirty feet. When assistance reached him he was still breathing but died within a few minutes his remains were taken to Newark. It is said thac he is the fourth Man of a Crew of five that has been killed within a few weeks the remaining one being a brakeman. In in 17,000 Yards of carpet has been sold and 20,000 Yards yet to be sold of �?o2 ply in Grain a at rag carpet prices. 500 ladies rubber circulars at $1,00 each Nice fresh goods. Menus gum Coats $1,75 Light weight better than is sold to Day elsewhere at $2,50. 2,100 Linen bosom reinforced shit is for 50 cents and working shirts for 15 cents up to $1,25, the Dandy shirts of the Day. Cambridge merchants buying goods of us can sell them at our prices. A. M. Mason it amp co., a 195 Maiu St., Zanesville Ohio. If you want to buy Good Fine and handsome furniture go to j. R. Troette who has stores both Here Aud at new Concord. He treats customers fairly and Sells at Rock Bottom prices. His Stock is Large and varied. He has won by fair dealing the Confidence of the people. Everything f rom a Fine parlor sett to a baby chairman be found in his establishments. It will you to Call. A the plastering of the new court House will be finished this week and Carpenter work on the Interior begin about the first of april. It is probable the building will lie sufficiently completed to have it formally dedicated during the summer. I in View of this fact it is time to prepare i for such an event. Therefore let the people not Only of Cambridge but of the whole i county interest themselves enough to i make the occasion an eventful one. Prof John Mcburney clerk of the Board of county school examiners has filed his report with the auditor for the j last Quarter and from it is Learned that there were two meetings held by the j Board in that time and that 65 applications were made for certificates. Amount new Concord. The new furniture store is in full blast. Now he students will have a rest and so will Concord. Quite a number attended the examinations . Ii. L. Liggett of High Hill was shaking hands with friends wednesday. Prof. J. Ii. Watson of Galli Glier attended the closing exercises of the College. S. B. Warnock and his sister Edith of Belmont county were visiting friends Here . Miss Sadie Armstrong of the class of �?T82. Closed a four months term of school tit Fox a reek tuesday. The students have gone Home Anil the faculty will be glad to see them Back about the 5th of april. There is to be tin entertainment Given under the auspices of the faculty about Hie first of May to repair the College Hall. The annual exhibition was a grand Suc sess in every respect. The performances spicy music excellent and the order Oil that could he desired. Professors Yarnell and Scott accompanied by a number of teachers and scholars of the Cambridge schools attended the exhibition wednesday night. The review of tile students in the musical department held in College Hall wednesday afternoon was one of the most attractive features of Tho week. Tho attendance was far larger than usual and the Lover of music could not fail to he entertained by this rare treat. Galligher. Some blowing done. Schools Are closed John Hurrell says its a bouncing big girl. David Thompson and family intend moving to Jefferson county Kansas this Spring quite a number of Young folks attended the entertainment at new Concord . Miss Ida Hutchison Bas commenced at three months term of school at Ginger Hill near Claysville this county. Or. Woodruff has moved his saw Mill to j. In Mehaffey supper place and s. Foutz. Has moved his Mill to a. Ringers place. Singing at College Hill closed last tuesday evening quite a Large a Amienee was entertained with some very Good music. Why done to other dance v mrs John Rich is visiting in Dudley Noble county. Mrs. Joseph Hannums is visiting at her father in Laws across the Creek. George Casner and family left monday morning for their new Home in Missouri. Mrs. Vena Hillman and mrs. J. M. Rail in sr., went to Caldwell saturday fora Short visit. J he auction at pm a to to Corner was quite interesting. Or. Durban made things Lively. Rev. J. K. Bodier is in town attending to some business and shaking hands with his Many friends. Why done to some enterprising Man come Here and Start a shoe store and thus gain riches and renown. Report says that the workmen on our Railroad will commence to Lay the track Between Here and Campbell s station on tue Day March 2uth. It seems As though the Coal company is getting anxious to speedily investigate their Coal mine As they put an extra set of men to work at Midnight March 18th, the Public sales at Robert Thompsons on tuesday and at James Torrencee son wednesday were Well attended. Robert Thompson will move in with his father in Greenwood. Or. Torrence will Start for Dakota with his family. Tho governor of North Carolina said to the governor of South Carolina a sir the Best remedy in the world is or. Bull cough syrup a and the latter seconded the assertion. Midway. Harvey Scott of Brady has moved on Elijah warned a farm. Thompson Willis spent Sabbath with friends at Byesville. School closes at Independence Friday. There will be a literary entertainment at night. The Todd Bros of this township purchased a new saw Mill of John my Namer of Newark. Oliver Black closed the Winter term of school at bairns on last thursday with an examination and treat. John Wise of Washington county pa., purchased 80 acres of land of g w be is Ter for $3,000. He moved his family Here . Washington township. The roads Are getting Good Here about. Janies and Elmer Crouch Are going West. David Harding has rented the Robt. May farm. May is no better. Jesse Vance has commenced building a new residence on the old Vance farm. Prof. G. W. Meredith is teaching a singing school at no. I. He has a Large class. Mary in Grimsley and Edson Scott take the a drag of the Bush a every time in spelling. Married Thomas Vance ? and Maggie Boyer on the la of March by Rev. Isaac Gorby at the brides residence. Ben. Paisley now sins that he is going to move his flouring Mills to Middlebourne. This township will lose a Good citizen and Byesville. There is talk of a parsonage boing built Here soon. Messes Smith is Morris took an invoice of their goods this week. F. I. Benson of Cardington o., was the guest of ii. W. Smith. We noticed Mahaffey of the hex up on our streets one Day this week. A party of Young folks met at m. K. Thompsons on last tuesday even lug and bad an enjoyable time. L. W. Smith who has lately become an agent of the Cooper fire insurance co., is doing a Good business. School closed at Cibik Grove school House near town on last Rilday. They gave a dinner which every one present enjoyed. J. teacher. M is. Ann White a widow lady died thursday morning at to of clock after an illness of about two years. Her remains j were interred the next Day at i p. In Rey i Hickman officiating. Postmortem was held by prs Ren and Scott. Heart dire Ful waste cause of her death. Cumberland. We notice or Joseph Clary on our streets j h Daniel has been made the recipient of a Tine girl babe. The roads Are in line condition the Best for the season for years. Week before last the probate judge held a session of court in our Village. Our Barber has got a new chair and of course will now fix his customers up Nice. We learn that the c i Church have secured a pastor. He will commence his labors the first of May. Miss May Daniel is Home on a visit from Grandville during the sickness of her Kotlier. H. B. Zoller returned from Philadelphia saturday last. He did not bring a fast horse with him. A j w Marshall is gaining quite a reputation in managing a Law suit. At a trial a few Days ago he beat two lawyers and two justices and had no Law to make Bis Point on either. A in a Kimbolton. D. L. C Lark expect to sell his match team. J miss Ross has been very sick for the past week. Joseph Stanley expects to Start to Kansas this week. There will he a Necktie party of the town Hall next week. B. T. Luccock has purchased one of the finest mules in this county. Ii. A. Frame had a valuable sheep killed by the ears last saturday. Milton Gibson has gone to shoe making again. Ile is a Good Workman and does his work reasonable. I. Cd Norris came very near getting his Back broke while jumping out off a Wagon last monday. Samuel Gibson has made some improve ment on our Side walk by building a handsome platform. Our boys sent to Cincinnati for their instruments last tuesday. We Hope they will have Good Success in learning. Scott White will move to Gore in a couple of weeks. He expects to attend the switches for the c. . R. R. Winchester. The sick folks Are All better. A. A. Johnson has rented Thos. Gat Trel s farm. Madame Rumor says we will have a wedding to report soon. Mrs. Thos. M. Moore has been quite sick for sometime Blit at this writing is better. Prof. Scott closed a successful term of school at a a Kansas last Friday with an exhibition at night. Miss Hattie Johnson who has been visiting friends in Cambridge for some time returned Home . Several of our Young men contemplate going West this Spring. That la right Young Man do something. John Randall has sold his property to George Iturbi lamp of Philipsburg pa., or. Randall intends going to Michigan soon. It / Thos. Ii. Moore esq., has purchased the boiler Aud engine of the old West Cambridge Mills. The engine is now undergoing repairs. As soon As he can get it completed he will Pine it in hts Mill Here and then we can have a first class grist Mill close to town. Odell. Lot b. Taylor is still on the sick . Mrs. Rebecca Eden Burn is quite ill. Gath Lanning of Colorado is among re i at yes Here. A few Days since twins boys were born to Price Little and wife or. Robert Packer of Kansas was lately visiting at James p. Ai kens. A Eric Stewart Lias gone Over to Richland county to visit relatives. Campbell an aged lady is sick with Little Hopes of getting any better. A us tannins has returned from Sedgwick Harvey county Kansas where he went last fall to see relatives. Mrs. W. J. Bum Worth has returned Home Arter spending several Days near Clio with the family of James Burnworth. Zaven Lanning of Sedgwick Kansas is on a visit to relatives and it is rumoured that there will be a wedding before he returns Home. We. Richards is now carrying the mail of i the route from Kim Bollon to Minersville and by the Way is quite a favorite along Tho route. J. S. Edenburn closed a successful term of school on Friday the loth of March at the Brick on Irish Ridge. There was a Basket p ionic for the Ocasi on. Mathew Johnson and wife Are thankful that a new Boarder called there the other Day asking to be clothed and fed that he might grow to be a Man the school taught by George w. Berry Down at Duck Pond closed on Friday last after a successful term. At night there was a singing for the Young folks. Death has been calling another one of our kind neighbors away. This time it was Betty Little wife of James Little on wednesday evening March 14th 1883, of lung disease aged about 65 years. Her remains were interred in the Hopewell cemetery on Irish Ridge. Rocky Fork. S. In Ila Lett has returned Home from a visit to it. Vernon. Mrs. Mary Mcwilliams is very Low from the effect of a broken limb. Thos. Douglass and family have moved to the farm of j. A. Johnson. Franklin school closed March 2nd with a grand picnic. A Good time is reported. P. L. Adams sold a Fine Young horse to Jas. Willis a few Days since for $175,. David s. Mccullough of Blue Ridge is visiting at his fathers Thos. Mccullough. J. A. Smith caught a Large Hawk recently measuring 4 feet 4 indies from tip to tip. J. B. Braniger of Rocky Fork has sold a his farm to his brother m. D. Braniger of Iowa. . Cheney amp co., proprietors Halls Catarrh cure offer $100 Reward for any Case of Catarrh that cant be cured with Halls Catarrh cure. Sold by John r. Downar. Mar 8-3 in her daughter s Story. A my Mother residing at Stafford. Conn., is 83 years of age. And for four years has suffered from rheumatism so much so that she was unable to Movo about the House. A lady Friend induced her to try your favorite she did so and found great the above is a quotation from a letter addressed to or. David Kennedy of Rondout x. Y. A a Kennedy a favorite remedy a not Only cures rheumatism but is the popular specific for All diseases of the blood and the ills incident to females. Received Iron. Applicant on examination i old Lull Bour Quot will get Good Miller. Fee $32.50, while the Necea Auy travelling Darlington ale at p. R. Maple for expenses of the Pard amounted to $6.75. Invalids 0 the advanced department of the school Here closed on last Friday prof. . Morri teacher. Or. Morris has done Well for the school Here the two terms he has taught and the school he teaches next Winter we can heartily congratulate he is a teacher Well qualified. The Pri Mary department will close next Friday notice to builders and those in want of a Good roof that will last a life time and is water fire and lightning proof. A and by actual test is the Best roofing now manufactured. All orders receive prompt attention by m. A. Scott. Agent for the to Snyder a co Sheet Iron roofing Cambridge Ohio reference. S j Mcmahon president first National Bank Cambridge. A Nicholson county commissioner. J p Mahaffey editor of Herald report of the condition of the old National Bank at Cambridge in the state of Ohio at the close of business March 13th, 1883. Resources Loans and discounts. $95,276 23 it. S. Bonds to secure circulation 30,000 of due from approved Reserve agents due from other National Banks current expenses and taxes paid. Premiums paid. Checks and other cosh items. Bills of other Banks. 16.590 of fractional paper currency Nickels and pennies. 37 specie. 16,139 of Legal tender notes. 35,113 of redemption fund with it. S. Treasurer 5percentofcirculation 1,353 of 41.164 18 4,663 98 325 80 5,737 50 2,328 16 total. $248,688 22 liabilities. Capital Stock paid in. $62,000 of undivided profits. 1,813 68 National Batik notes outstanding 27,000 of individual deposits subject to Cheek. 93,607 35 demand certificates of Deposit. 16,066 Al due to other National Banks 46.586 17 due to state Banks and Bankers. 1,614 93 total. $248,688 22 state of Ohio Guernsey county is i a. R. Murray cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is True to the Best of my knowledge and belief. A. R. Murray. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th Day of March 1883. Elza Turner notary Public. Corrects attest 8. J. Mcmahon w. A. Rainey it directors. W. B. Cosgrave j mar. 22-�?T83-11. Tull tags lung healer Nob Tai cd Bjk of huh Chi consumption spitting of mood bion Cal feb cd by cold on of pvt Janaia. All of Bihwu a 4 Trade Mark. A St the i in Ted state including re in ii Ranee. Net Assn to. Amount of income for Tho preceding year in Quot Ash in the United states amount of expenditures for the preceding year in rash in the United. 2,%l,7tt7 44a witness whereof i have Hereunto i Tibu user i my name and caused the Seal of my office to he affixed the Day Ami year above written. Charles h. Moore. Mark ?c2�ra,t., a Hll Mal 22, i it ladies Baza aet mrs. I. M. Her lug desires to Call attention to her Fine line o millinery goods notions underwear fans. Parasols Etc. Eagle Buick. U a it for i Hue. Ohio. Notice of Sale i will offer at Public Sale on Lite promises on Friday april 13th, in at to a clock a. Pc the following lands and tenements lately owned by a. N. Milligan situate in Liberty township Quern by county Ohio being the North East Quarter and the North East part of the North West Quarter of the South East Quarter and the South East part of Tho South East Quarter of Section ten Orange three 3 and township three 3containing sixty eight 08 acres More or less. Appraised at $2,652 of. Sale upon usual terms. Robert Mckahan executor of a. N. Milligan deceased. By White it Campbell his attorney March 15. 1883-4w. Hotine of Sale. I will offer at Public Sale the premises in Londonderry township Guernsey county Ohio one mile East of Londonderry and known As the farm of William Tipton sr., deceased on saturday april at i o Cleck v i4th, 1883, the following lands and tenements to wit the North East Quarter of Section fourteen 14township eleven la Aud Range seven 7containing too acres More or less. Appraised at $5,020 of. Terms of Sale % Cash % in one year Aud 4 Iii two years. Deferred payments to Bear 6 percent interest and to be secured by mortgaged on the premises sold. William Tipton executor of William Tipton or. Dec1 j. By w. A Carpenter his attorney March 15,1883-5. The Jeannette i the Jeannette now is the time to secure on Agency for one of the most valuable books Ever published. It narrates All attempts to discover the Long sought for a North West passage in which so Many lives have been lost. A Large Royal Octavo volum 13 of Over eight Hundred illustrated with nearly two Hundred he cravings by the Best artists engraved especially for this Hook. Agents wanted a every town. W. E. Dibble amp co. Mar.12,1883-4w. Cincinnati Buy the genuine Singer machine i a Arnold Only on easy payments. Office one Bank at Tho tuck of door West of first National big hat store. Also a full Needles Oil and att Ali me it a for All machines. Feb h. H. Veitch agent. Banking notice. In. Trea sur y Depa rom ent. Office of comptroller of the cur Washington february 7th, i whereas by satisfactory evident presented to the undersigned it has been made to Apner that the Central National Bank of ambr mgr in the town of Cambridge in the Roomy of Guernsey and state of Ohio Bas complied with All the provisions of die revised statutes of the United sent Ami tired Toby complied with before an ass Jfe Tion shall be authorized to commence Sheyni Sines i banking now therefore i John Jay Knox. Comptroller of the currency do hereby certify that the Centra l n a tonal Bank of Cambridge in the town of Cambridge in the county of Guernsey and state of Ohio is authorized to commence the business of banking As pre video in Section fifty one Hundred urd sixty nine of the revised statutes of the United states. In testimony whereof witness my hand and Seal of office this 7fji Day of february 1883. John Jay Knox comptroller of the currency f Seal of 4 the comptroller i no. 2872. Of the currency. J feb.,1883-Gt. For Sale. A Frame House stories eight rooms Cistern. Located on 9ni and one Square East of the Coati Loo nary organs. Price 25c. 50cb ask your bbl copy Trebul Good cellar Street just House. Also on Steubenville Street a Frame House five rooms cellar Well Good stable also a two Story Frame House six rooms work shop Good Well located West of . Depot and just North of the waft station on the la a R. Ii for terms inquire of Robt. Hammond Jan-4 82. Cambridge a Joy for Sale. A Good Frame dwelling Bouse Situ 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 83 of. Cambridge okio."5 s. S. Carnes proprietor of first class livery and feed stable no. 6, Pine Street near Mala. Mart of Cambridge Gwo. A cure guaranteed in All cases for old and toting male and female. Fla if amp positively i ures night to impotency nervous debility Lauror Boea. Before barrenness and for All weak after Nesses of the generative organs in either sex it is an in Kailing and positive Jurk. Tones up the debilitated system arrests Allta voluntary discharges., removes mental gloom and despondency and restores wonderful pow or to the weakened organs Gay with each order for 12 packages. . With five twi jars we win Send our go aka Nike to refund it he Money if the treatment does not effect a Core. It i tile cheapest Ani Best Medicine i the Marker. Full particulars in pamphlet which we Mali free to any address. Sold by till druggists one package 50 it six package for $2,50, or sent by mail on receipt of Price by in Cambridge univ by oct.2 5�?T82-1v. Quot a. L. Wall a co

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