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25 May 1882

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25 May 1882

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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1882, Cambridge, Ohio 20,000 bolts Wall paper the Cambridge Herald. Thursday. May 25th. 1882. Locals. A at my Booe Stobb c Mari Date Ohio. Cedar carpet paper keeps out Moth. Building paper very cheap. Window shades we have the largest variety in the county. A Cardinal scotch Holland for window Shade that will not fade at Oglere a Book store Cam hot Dod. Ohio. Bax importations hats at Cost at a. L. Moore a. The e. O. Is 12% Miles Long. A Nice line mens Fine shoes at Moores. The mumps have arrived at Senecaville. Bargains in boots and shoes at Moore a Reed and weavers Fine shoes for ladies at Moore a. Several new houses will soon be erected at Senecaville. The Sabbath school at Salem Church has been reorganized. A Large assortment Low shoes and slippers at Moore a. A mrs. James Mahaffey Adams township is very sick. Rev. Or. Mcfarland is building an addition to his property. A Large assortment calf boots at Moore a cheap for Cash. The Scales for weighing Coal at the b. Amp Depot Are completed. The recent Rains created a Large number landslides Iii this county. A Bell boy is kept busily employed at the 0. Amp m. Railroad offices Here. A sister Rev. Athey Salesville died near Marietta a few Days ago. W. L. Trenner Byesville is driving a Good Trade in the dry goods business. Corn that was planted a month More ago is just appearing above the ground. Teachers for the Quaker City schools will be selected the first Day june. An exhibition will be Given at Youngs schoolhouse in Knox township june 9th about thirty five car loads Coal Are shipped from the mines at Byesville every Day. Horseback Riding has become a popular pastime among the Young ladies this place. Fourteen Hundred immigrants passed Over the b. Is Railroad to the West last week. Texas parties w ill ship one thousand sheep from this county to that state this week. Davis amp Wickerham shipped a car Load cows from Here to Bellfontaine. Tuesday. Farmers in the neighbourhood Midway complain that their chickens Are being stolen. It is said the Comet lately discovered will be the most Brilliant from May 25th to june 10th. One Hundred thousand cabbage plants for Sale at jerseys one Square ii it rail planing Mill. 0 personals. J. A. Mcewen Columbus spent sunday with friends Here. W. Ogler Columbus spent a few Days in town last week . Scott Senecaville greeted his numerous friends Here Friday. S. B Smith Smyrna has returned from an extended visit in Iowa. Mrs. Carrie Loos Coshocton county has Lieen visiting her Mother Here. The Golden haired Dalzell was in town monday looking after Legal business. Mrs. Ii. W. Wilson and family this place have been visiting at Freeport. James Hoover Quaker City is about to engage in Wagon making at Bellaire. Samuel Wallace and wife near Cumberland left tuesday to visit friends at Kansas City. Reuben Bair and Thomas Boyer Washington township Contorni ate a trip to Indiana soon. Or. J. Downar and j. C. Hutchison attended the druggists convention at Zanesville last week. A. C. Gates has been employed to teach the next term the dry Ridge school in Londonderry township. Diaries Thompson is expected to Haye charge the Senecaville schools As superintendent for the next year. F. B. Loomis the Marietta Leader looked upon our new court House and the Cambridge girls Friday. He admired both. State Bank examiner Ellis Cincinnati swooped Down upon the National Banks in this county last week and found every thing Correct. Isaac Haines Lloyds Ville father l. G. Haines this place will he married this week to a miss Michener the same town. The Groom is 63 years age and the Bride 48. S. H. Mcmillen the Marietta times was in town last wednesday. He has caught the Railroad fever and was his Way to attend a meeting at Bellaire look into the building a Road connecting the two places named. A train what is termed Palace Stock cars went East Over the b. Is Railroad a few Days ago carrying Texas cattle. Gotleib Rabe this place has the contract to construct a Public vault in pleasant Hill cemetery near new Concord. The commissioners made a tour through out the Northern part tile county this week looking after needed repairs to Bridges. Auditor Becket appraised the e. O. And fixed its value at $9 0 per mile i it Lings 400 per mile and rolling Stock 5 2300. The graduating exercises the High a Brick work shop 18x40 feet is being live in e Bellg very inter. Of desirable specs flies for Spring Are now open. See joke Ursel gome All to j. Of Harlond a main Street Cambridge. Built for Samuel Burgess in the rear his storeroom. H. W. Piatt is canvassing the town for subscribers for a history tile James and younger Brothers. The services the Bloomfield Cornet band have been St cured for decoration Day at this place. Auditor Becket went to Newark tuesday to assist in appraising the b. Is j. Railroad for taxation. Physicians report an increase in sickness in this neighbourhood Iii it stay complaints a mild Type. Subscribers should always bring their receipts with them when they come to pay their subscription. Township clerks Are allowed a fee ten cents for every certificate issued in Esting. They will occur the evening the 26tli. The people should not forget decoration Day and let Earnest efforts he made to make the affair As successful As the object is worthy. Joseph Mckinney has resigned the Post a Terslin p new Concord because Cut i i health. Several applications for the position have already been a led. I e Patterson Washington has recently purchased a pair German canaries. He now has one the finest collection Birds in Eastern Ohio. Marriage licenses have been issued since our last report to the following named persons Hezekiah Tedrick and Emma j. Martin j. By. Francy and s. J. Clark. We Are told that e. Ii. Grant byes Der the Hawk and owl Law. J Ville will be a candidate before the Green several new and substantial buildings Back county convention for treasurer Are going up in Byesville. The town pre Bents a healthy appearance. Thomas Wilson was arrested at kit Bolton sunday evening by officers Stottle mire and Stanley upon authority from tile sheriff Madison county Iowa. He is under indictment there for shooting with intent to kill and is recognized in $1500. Some time in april 1881, it is charged against him that he shot at a Young Man that was Riding along a Public Highway but missed the boy and killed the horse Wilson says the lad was cursing him Aud a companion named Evans when he pulled his revolver upon a suggestion from Evans to scare the boy when it was accidentally discharged with the above result. The parents the accused reside near Birds run. Tim much talk put the officers upon his track. Monday an attempt was made to get him before the common pleas court upon a writ Hareas corp but Stottlemire atone filed an affidavit before Justice Carpenter charging him with being a fugitive from Justice which took precedence Aud he still remains in custody awaiting the arrival the sheriff from Madison county whither he will be taken for trial. Tile stockholders the c. Amp m. Railroad held a meeting in this place monday and elected tile following Board director Larz Anderson and f. Baby Cincinnati f. W. J. Hurst r. C living Stone and la. M. Galloway new York Benjamin j Gifford Rantoul 111., Frank b Swayne Toledo a. J. Warner Marietta e. W. Mathews cant i Edge and Thomas a Keeock Kimbol ton. Tile Board organized by re electing b. J. Gifford president and Frank Swayne was chosen As Secretary. Commodore Garrison accompanied by a party Eastern capitalists passed Over the Road Sun Day in special coaches inspecting the line. They expressed themselves Well pleased with its present management. There were 28,255 the 30,900 shares represented at tile meeting. No changes will be made in the employees the Road until after the adjourned meeting directors the 15th june la c. Livingstone is talked for president. M is. William Rainey Jackson township in catching a calf the other Day had her right shoulder dislocated and the Bones the Arm fractured. She paid Little attention to the matter at the time thinking it Only a bad Strain but it kept getting so much worse that suspicions were aroused and after the lapse several Days it was thought Best to Call a doctor who came and upon examination found the True extent her injuries. Mrs. Rainey became prostrated from the effects and it was with great difficulty that the Hurt could be adjusted. J. L. Beall a former resident this county has been indicted upon the charge forging the name Jacob Shafer Senecaville As surety to a note for $150, made payable to one James Stranathan. Sheriff Mcgill has known ins whereabouts namely Redfield Iowa., for some time and Only awaited the action the grand jury to have him arrested which was accomplished last i thursday and the sheriff started Friday to bring the accused Here to answer to the charge. A b b b b b Robert Lyons Rix in i i is an old Man 65 years has killed 159 ground hogs within the past three years. Benjamin Temple one the oldest citizens Madison township died at his Home near Antrim Friday. Sixteen coloured children were born in this county last year and hut three deaths Are reported to have occurred. Win. Mcneely and Frank Stewart both near new Birmingham each lost a valuable horse by death last week. The removed an epithelial tumor from tile face mrs. Joseph Mcgill near Kimbolton last monday. William Hilderbrand is building a Fine Large store room at Byesville and expects to occupy it by the first june. M. M. Knox and John Mccullough Are i said to have the Best cattle in Adams township As y in wed by an assessor. A fifteen year old son George Shaw Mehigan sewing machines the Westland township died saturday Best in the Market Ami at Low prices ,. . F Wilson . Diphtheria and was buried sunday. Opp. Stottlemire a grocery. I a horse belonging to John Mehaffey Adams township had its leg broken last week by a kick from another horse. An enriched the blood and purifier the system cures lassitude and Lack Energy such is Browne a Iron bitters. Or. Locke has accepted an invitation tile Council Byesville Are considering the question giving a uniform Width to the streets Aud alleys that place and a . Sears was sent Down Here monday to obtain the exact widths fro the plats in the auditors office. In the j additions made to the town Many the i alleys Are not opened vet and some the i streets Are run without regard to How they shall connect with others so that Steps Are made necessary to Correct these defects. A a a in a j. W. Corbin Louisville Kentucky is engaged in packing 49,060 pounds tobacco at the Ware House Solomon Hutton in Byesville from which gentleman it was Porchas a. The Stock bought by . Hutton last season it is said was As Good if not better than the same Quantity Ever collected together Iii this Section. Lie still has 12,000 pounds Choice Leaf remaining. A Bushel new potatoes was obtained from u tier the cellar floor the House j. Hartford a few Days ago. They bad their origin in some that had been placed in the cellar in 1879 and Over which this floor had been constructed. No attention had Ever been Given them and they grew and the tops blossomed the same As if planted out doors. We Call Especial attention to in d. Or. Grant is both worthy and competent. The wife Daniel Ferbrache Knox township who has been unwell for Tome time past died rather suddenly last saturday. She was buried at Hopewell sunday. Theodore Well s sold 40 acres land in Knox township last week to David Warden for $1000 and then purchased 80acres in Adams township from Clark Dixson for $2,000. Cambridge contained men monday who could collectively command More than one Hundred millions dollars. They were Iii attendance at the c. Is m. Railroad meeting. All the assessors have made their returns except c. A. Nossett Adams who by reason sickness has been Grant Munson is sons new advertisement in dots and shoes prices at Best goods lowest ii. G. Horn Brook s. De until the latter part this week to Complete his labors. There were but few offerings in the Grain Market Here during the past week. Wheat commands $1.30, Oats 45cts, Corn 85 to 90cts. Flour Sells at $6.75 wholesale and $7.20 retail. An intelligent lady this place has discovered an Alderney mule and cannot Arber and h air Dresser e r. Taylor. Main Street. Opposite it it so office Ambridge. Ohi. Arber and hair Dresser shaving hair culling Lampoon in Woik the amp m. Railroad has just received $150 Lone neatly a it d Ltd caul. Of Shaft Mckim j to deliver the annual address before the j a it it a the Mansfield insurance company it end magi. Hotel , o., Htut Lent Richmond College the loth i for injuries sustained by reason an a june. Another column. In buying musical instruments in these Days bogus shoddy instruments it is a matter the greatest importance that the Public Deal with a Well known and responsible firm As la. I. Munson is sons is known to be John ii. Sarchet is tile agent at this place. Prof. J. M. Yarnell who has been superintendent the Barnesville schools be convinced to the contrary. She thinks for the past eight years has filed his apply the name is derived from the color and cation for the same position in the school is ready to argue the question. Here As has also e. E. Miller. Of summer w. F. Robertson an employee the Field 1 a Huntsberger Wooster has court report. Present Hon. W h. Frazier judge clerk Barr sheriff Mcgill. Civil actions. Henry Coffman is. Rebecca Coffman dismissed at costs plaintiff. We. Hyde is. Joseph hoovers adm a continued off docket. We. Blair is. We. Mason dismissed at costs plaintiff. J. E. Winn is. Win. Kenworthy dismissed and costs paid. Bell Mcconkey is. Roland Stiles dismissed at costs defendant. Martha Montgomery is. Geo. , adm a settled. Nancy Graham a. Elizabeth Compton it. A1. Settled. Isaac Wilson is. George Conner it a1. Dismissed for want Security for costs. Mary e. Brill it. A1, a. Margaret Mcquade. It. A1�?partition�?Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Sheriff to pay costs Back taxes an attorney fee $30, and distribute residue proceeds. John Milligan is. Robert Mckahan exp a Alex. Milligan deceased dropped from docket. Rebecca Barnett is. J. Ii. Rhodes settled. Joseph Yarnell it. A1, is. Dorcas Bellet. A1.�?partition�?m. Patterson appointed guardian and item. Order for partition. Commissioners David Black e m. Nelson and l. G. Bunnell John Stevens is Thos. M Lenfesty judgment by default for $638,59 at 8 per cent and costs. The grand jury were in session three Days and presented fifteen True Bills indictment among them the following Henry d. Fisher and Thomas j. Martin robbery and larceny Richard Harris grand larceny James h. Bradford assault with intent to kill Samuel Knox burglary Albert Arnold assault and Battery and John Beall forgery besides six for violation the liquor Laws. They also visited the jail As directed by the court and made examination As to the condition the same and inquired As to the discipline Mode treatment and habits persons confined therein and find the same in a Good healthy condition and that the rules for the regulation the same have been duly enforced and the Law in All respects conformed with by the sheriff. John r. Hibbs and Aron Luzadder were excused tuesday from serving a Petit jurors during the present term court because sickness. By reason this and in View the Large number criminal cases to be tried judge Frazier thought it advisable to draw 6 additional names from the Box and so ordered. The following Are those drawn William j. Crow Spencer township Caleb Tanner Valley Charles ii. Scott Knox Valentine Jackman and i. L. Keyman Richland. These men Are summoned to appear june 1st at one clock p. In. State cases. Ohio is. Edward Smith violation the liquor Laws two eases continued Oil the docket. The criminal business will begin Friday this week with tile Dotson Case. Richard Harris James la. Bradford Samuel Knox and Allen Gallagher have been arraigned Aud each plead not guilty. In Hie Case Isaac Morton is the Cleveland publishing company for the recovery $10 paid by the plaintiff for one the so called county histories was called up in Elza Turners court saturday and the defendant failing to appear judgment was rendered for the amount named with interest from the first Day november and an order to sell the books intended for William Rainey Jackson township Elza Turner Joseph Beymer . Mccall and j. O. Grimes that had previously been attached. Or an old town Well that has been in Dis. Use for years is under the pavement near the old sidles property main Street covered by planks that Are giving Way. The Street. Commissioner was looking after it tuesday. Such dangerous places should be filled up the town May some Day have heavy damages to pay. There have been 34 names added to the Church Roll the u. P. Church since the last communion service which was held in january. Rev. Or. Spencer new Concord assisted the pastor Rev. Or. Mcfarland in the communion last Sabbath and preached acceptably to a Large congregations. To the alumni an Impromptu reunion the alumni the Cambridge High school will be held in the High school room at 2 clock p. In. On c Day. The exercises Are to be purely informal and social in character to consist addresses by alumni and music. All alumni and their friends Are requested to attend and help us keep alive our school memories and the spirit our school Days. T. Scott Prest. C. P. To Yixin Chen. Sex. Coin. Aim Olton. Col. Ferguson was in town one Day last week. In having Bis residence re Center James Mcdowel is slowly recovering. Miss Belle Ferbrache who has been absent for several week at Brady is Home again. Bids will be received the 27tli this month to build a school House in Hock Hill District. T. 8. Burrock Psi it id. Wesley Porter who started for Texas last week has returned. M iss Ida and Nannie Smith spent a few Days at Byesville lately. Miss Hattie Frame a student Delaware College is Home for a few Davs. I John Alender was very much disappoint lbs Ida w. Dye lightning manipulator de when he went to the funeral win. C. Amp m. Office Here is visiting friends at Temple his Uncle and found him in the Rev. Henry Stewart delivered a very aide discourse at the m. E. Church last Sabbath at to clock a. In. C. B. Jackson the accommodating freight agent at the c. Amp m depot Here was married to miss Sophie masters by the Rev. Father Cain at Marietta last wednesday evening and came to this place thursday where a grand reception was tendered them at his fathers Israel Jackson residence. The bridal party were accompanied Here by messes George Weiser and John Gary Marietta and misses Alice Cunningham Mary Highland Lottie Ross and Eli rounds the same place. Mrs. Mattie Allender wife Alexander a Bender formerly this county died at Bridgeport the 16th inst and her remains were brought to Midway where they were interred. She was 40 years age and esteemed by All who knew her. Or. W. A. France will be at the Eagle hotel Cambridge june 8tb,one Day Only. He will expect to see his old patients. Any who wish to consult him consultation and examination free. At the Exchange hotel Caldwell june 6th and 7th. J. D. Saltsgaver Fairview stopped Here a few hours monday while Enro Ute to Illinois and bought 60 acres land Hing within the corporate limits the first named place from . Mcpherson for $2,000. In Iii a several pieces Spanish Coin were slowed up Robert Thompsons farm in Washington township a few Days ago. It is supposed they had been buried by a former occupant some time during the late War. In in in maps and charts.�?$1,01 0 can be made in six months Selling Tunis a maps and charts 36 Page catalogue free address ii. C. Tunison Columbus Ohio Jacksonville ills. May la below will be found the number births and deaths arranged by townships that have occurred in this county during the year ending March 31st, 1882 As reported by the assessors with Adams township to hear from no report having yet been made from there. Birth. To wimps m. F. Cambridge 1st precinct. 15 1.3 2d a a. 12 13 3rd a a. 17 19 4th a a. To to Ter. 7 9 Jackson. 15 23 Jefferson. 7 5 Knox. To 3 Liberty. 12 25 Londonderry. 14 to Madison. 3 4 Millwood. 32 21 Monroe. 17 3 Oxford. 19 Richland. 13 18 Spencer. Y 14 Valley. 6 Washington. Ii 13 Westland. 6 7 Wheeling. 8 to wills. 19 9 deaths. Townships. M. F. Cambridge 1st precinct. 3 7 a a 2nd a a. 2 4 3rd a a. 5 7 4th a a. I 4 Centre. 7 6 Jackson. 5 4 Jefferson. 3 4 Knox. 3 3 Liberty. 6 Londonderry. 5 8 Madison. I 6 Millwood. 9 to Monroe. 7 5 Oxford. 6 12 Richland. 9 15 Spencer. 4 8 Valley. I a it Washington. 6 5 Westland. 2 2 Wheeling. 4 5 wills. La 13 county correspondence. Washington. Now under the Pond the examination the contestants for honors the graduating exercises the High school Here resulted in the following grades Ilea Ford 99.53, Lora Jefferson 99.47, Nannie Stitt 98.05, so that the first j in sheep under the Pond Law. Named will be the valedictorian the class and miss Jefferson will deliver the Baluta tory. We have a Saloon Law. Brick is wanted Here. Can to some one Burn a Kiln. We had several chair paddlers in our place last saturday. The City Council is talking putting up several new Street lamps. Z a. Burd no has the finest turn out livery Stock ii Eastern Ohio. The Organ grinder was in town last week but did not have tile Monkey. S. A. Sprout is quite sick e. Used by Wash cots and shoes a tuck constantly hand a. F a Moo re. N. E. Cor. Public Well selected a i Laie. Oohs amp stationery Sidd ifs in he Tore is the place to buy books ail kinds and Fine stationery also a Stock Small musical instruments. Main Street. Congress will he demoralized for a donation four Cannon to he used in the c g h Gale wholesale and retail a Good Stock merchandise at mines store. We. Norris Norris mines 4 Miles East Cambridge Ito Geri is at wholesale Cosgrave Mooke a co. Main Street Cambridge Ats. Caps trunks Valise and gents fut Ashing goods Tei Rudas Jones main Street Cambridge. Construction a soldiers Monument at Large Stock millinery very tastefully arranged. This Enterprise is a great accommodation to the people that Tow n it said a Washington township Man robs Hawks nests and places the eggs under a Hen where Liev remain until cadent the Road a Short time ago. Mrs. William Conner Byesville has moved into her new room and has a says a i neglected to sign for the paper withdrawn from the contest by reason having been elected to the superintendency the schools a Seville Ohio. In it a a in r. J. Hill Randolph Iowa in enclosing subscription Money to the Herald Zanesville. Hiram Johnson an aged and esteemed citizen Cumberland died thursday and was buried Friday. He had seen fourscore years. An invaluable strengthener for the j hatched Aud become a fair size when he nerves Muscles and digestive organs producing strength and appetite is Browne a Iron bitters. Kills them to obtain the Bounty offered by Law. Efforts Are making to have the Midway is. Rodgers Quaker City has let Een i Post office transferred to Armstrong a Mills appointed i. D. G. M. Of the i. O. O. F. I petitions Are circulating for that purpose and j. W. Young has been recommended the change is claimed upon the ground insurance Thomas g Kerr represents first class companies in Mcculley building Cambridge A for the position in. Ivery Saddle horses sate and reliable soliciting committee propose to i. G. P j. W Davis a son rear Eagle hotel. I guru Heying done promptly by Jon. W. Garber. County Surveyor Blue lied. Ohio s addles harness. Whips Etc a Large Slock Aud Low Price. Repairing neatly and cheaply done. It. T. Mors Market St Opp. Coart House. S Ewing m Chine he buy the genuine Singer Lite but in the w orld. J. H. Butler manager. Opp. Eagle hotel. Convenience to the greatest number patrons. I publish a list the names and amount i Justice Lokan Londonderry fined a Given All those who contribute towards named Joshua Dunbar $4 and costs erecting a new m. E Church. For defacing the Mccoy Church property a few Days ago. Samuel Stevens received ii. M. Sedgwick the Zanesville photo. A sentence $8 and costs for disturbing Grapher has refitted and enlarged his a gaming rooms and is now prepared to acco Janso a. Ra.,. ,.a vein Coal five feet in thickness has Date his Large and increasing Trade. ,.been found the Mccreary farm just mrs. Adam Kimball and miss Emma East norris1 mines. The Robins Broth before coming Here and have put it off As Long As i can stand it i must hear the Home news. I think this Freemont county is the Garden spot Iowa and the finest farming county i Ever mrs Jane Parker Jefferson township is suffering from a cancer her right breast and has been consulting physicians Here As to its removal. They will probably perform the operation this week. It was discovered last february when very Small but it has grown until now it is As Large As a Goose egg. An ovarian tumor weighing seventeen pounds was taken from mrs. Elijah Shriver Byesville last wednesday by drs. A and c. L. Wall Hoge Moore and Rea and she is getting along Well. It is rare occurrence that a successful operation this kind is performed a woman her age. R a meeting the ladies the m. E the Akron and Cambridge Coal company have filed their articles incorporation with the recorder showing a capital Stock $100,000 in shares $100 each. This is the company operating in Jackson township and the paper names byes Killeas the principal and Akron and other Points As Branch offices. Fisher and Martin still vanquish in jail not having secured the $1500 Ball required. Officer Stanley made another to in to Orange last week and got some clothes that closely resemble those worn by tile two men seen about Cumberland the Day previous to the Dennis robbery besides another revolver. The auditors along the line the c. Amp m. Railroad met in this place last thursday Aud fixed the value that Road for taxation As follows main line $2200 per mile sidings $800 per mile machine shops including real estate $16,000. The total value the Road was fixed at $338,-000. There Are 27, 87-100 Miles the main line the c. Amp m. Railroad within the Borders this county. It runs through five townships and the number Miles in each is Valley 3,10-100 Jackson 4,-10-100 Cambridge 7,82-100 Liberty 7,45-100 Wheeling 5,39-100. Corn is said to be very scarce Iii this county and the mines East Here Are compelled to go abroad to secure enough t Ailoro a. Kersey clo Hirisi math to order. Raise it is Block Mill Street Cambridge Ohio Dye both died within a few minutes ers and win Norm Are causing the pros Church a being held this wednesday their wants. A car Load from each other at new in Mingham last in petting. Other parts the farm will be afternoon for the purpose organizing Licking county was shipped them last Day. They were Perm a greatly esteemed tested and if successful in finding a Suffi an Aid society to raise Means to furnish week. It Cost from 85 to 90 cents per in that neighbourhood. Cliency to warrant they will sink a Shaft. The contemplated new Church building Bushel delivered. The Frame Bros have purchased . O. H. Scott a property Here for their Mother. We have less dogs and More hogs in our place than any other town in the county croquet has again been commenced in our place St that you can look out for warm weather. James Mcdowell is Selling quite a lot furniture judging from the amount we see being hauled away. J. P. Mahaffey the Herald and win. Lawrence jr., the jeffersonian spent last sunday in our place. Tile crowd at the Rimini stators Sale the late Thomas Hyde was not very largely attended hut every thing sold pretty High. Most All the sheep have been washed in this neighbourhood and some our Farmers have been offered 37 cents per Pound for their Wool. A ooh my aint this aesthetic a is the kind pictures some our unmarried ones Are receiving. All we have to say is give the boys a Chance and the Chromo will be discounted. The people this Vicinity Are Well pleased at the action the Central committee the popular vote system in the congressional fight As All believe that tile county ought to go solid for one person. A . Smith from London ky., has the contract for carrying the mail from Cambridge to Middletown and last thursday sub let the contract from Cambridge to Washington to Roht. Crawford and from Washington to Middletown to win. Wells for two years each. A a a Fairview. Mias Emma Henderson is sick. John Anderson Cambridge visited friends Here last week. The literary society at elder Grove gave an entertainment last saturday evening. W. Gardiner and miss Lida e. Stevens have been employed to teach the school Here the coming Winter. The Doudna Brothers Zanesville put in Force pumps in the Wells Leonard Orme and l. B. Mcmanis last week. The m. U. Telegraph office is now in charge w. S. Hobbit Szelle m. Gordon being called to his Home in Bellaire by sickness in Bis family. The Chickasaw minstrels has purchased a $35 brass viol Munson a co. Of Zanes South Olive. Our Young folks were pleasantly entertained at the Home miss Nora Alloway a few evenings since David . Of this neighbourhood had a Large Field wheat badly injured by the late High water. Or Day and miss Jennie Peck Coshocton Are visiting at 8. W. La Ecock a and mrs. Bonner and two laughters Caledonia n. Y., at m. Iii. Garrison a Mil Ion e f new York and owner the c. Ivai. Ii. Ii. Passed through Here in his polished coaches last Sabbath. William Kennedy Marietta a brakeman the c. Is m. Railroad fell from a car about two Miles North Here last wednesday morning and was instantly killed the engine passing Over his body. He had been the Road about five months. Birds Bun win. Marlatt is quite sick with ague and fever. Corn planting sheep washing and Cool nights prevail. Mrs. Solomon Mercer has been quite unwell for some time past. The flood has damaged the wheat considerable the Low lands. Alex Benning Marshall ii is visiting friends Here and Coshocton o., the prospects for wheat were never better where the water has not been Over it. The Farmers say we want 40 cents for our Wool. Why not hold All together until they get it. Come Allye friends and neighbors let us sing an shout for Joy. For we have got at our House a bouncing baby boy. Hymns knot was tied a few Days since by Rev. White Bridgeville Between . Thos. Wilson and miss Cora Berry. Case amp Mercer have just received a new Buckeye Mower and reaper for the Harvest 1882 and a full line Corn cultivators the finest two horse Ever brought to this town for Sale. A in a Odell. Corn planting is not All done yet mrs. Hade Warnock is the sick list. Mrs. Lizzie j. Longstreth is Getti Ghetter. A. B. Warnock is greatly improving the Smith farm. The Prospect now is that we May have a Good crop wheat. The new school House asked for at no 3 was not granted by the school Board. Miss Lydia a. Burnworth has peace a quilt that contains six thousand pieces. Who can beat that mrs. Mary Burnworth wife w. J. Burn Worth the country Blackart the hns gone to Winchester to visit relatives. Oakley Banning is soon going to Burn a Kiln Brick his farm preparatory to building a new dwelling House. Rev. 0. Creswell preached an instructive Sermon Tea Large congregation at the Clear Fork u. P. Church last Sabbath. M iss Xenia j. Miller has returned from Lier mothers at Flat Ridge and is now an inmate the House James Willis. A. O. Neel and Iris sister mrs. Isaac l. Fisher spent a few Days last week with there fathers folks at Gnadenhutten Ohio. William Orr who has been living near Nashville Tennessee for some five years is Back enjoying the kindness relatives. The Baptist congregation at their last Clinch meeting elected William Combs and Bartley Thomas As deacons that Church. W. J. Burnworth found a Good Buckskin Glove near his Hen Roost lately. He says the owner can get it by calling and proving property. Rev. G. G. Boyd came Over to the Clear Fork Baptist Church the first saturday and Sabbath May and preached for the congregation. Birmingham. Taggaret Johnston smiles behind the counters our drug store. A. N. Daugherty is a putting out some Fine work in the Organ line. H. M. Knowles is progressing finely with his school. Enrolment Between forty and fifty Success. A Young minister recently came to near town this place for his girl but to she had gone a a Early and Rev r. W. Williams is now minister the presbyterian Church at this place. Or. Williams is a forcible speaker and a splendid Singer. Consideration $200, per half time. Miss Hattie George gave an entertainment to her friends. Flora j. Al Derson. Jacob Burr Sarah Jane Vermillion Clark Anderson Mattie Milner Jesse Yir million and others a Good time is reported by those present. Miss. Mary Knowles is visiting at Hor mothers. The West is not talked now. Our boys will stay at town. A Udu a Armstrong a Mills. Robert Kirkwood is better. Communion at pleasant Hill sabbat 28 inst. The Farmers Are Busy planting Corn and potatoes. Mrs. Jacob Barnes is quite unwell and has been for some time. E. S. Bennett who has been ailing for some time is now worse. Henry Mccracken lost about half a dozen sheep the other Day while washing them. They floated Over the Mill dam. John c. Hines and family have removed from Midway to tile House formerly occupied by Thomas Bennett the farm e. S. Bennett. We Welcome them Hack to their old neighbourhood. Cumberland. Sheep shearing. Some Fine fish Are being caught in our Creek. G e. Mcendree has bought the Tan Yard j e. Mcclelland. The Outlook for the Zanesville Railroad being built to this place is flattering. Rain la. Again come discouraging the Farmers. The Corn is nearly All planted. Home is up and worked once. Hiram Johnson was buried last saturday mrs. Johnson will go to live with Herbaugh Ter at a Grantsburg. A mad horse caused quite an excitement our streets Friday night it came near running Over several persons. Corn Field at work. Who started the false report. Tile spelling last Friday evening at Rock Hill was a Success. It was largely attended and Good order prevailed. The scholars spelled Well and the teacher miss Parkinson gave evidence competency. High Hill Corn planting is the order the Day. E. 8 Bennett armstrongs Mills is in a critical condition. We. Willis and son and ii. E Booth and son have by Ren engaged to build to House Iii Byesville for miss Mattie Odell. $30 Worth music for $2.60. We have just received a copy Liel Mick s musical monthly no. I. Which contains the following music rot Nanza by Mendelsohn col. Sellers polka by s. J. Drake life a Happy hours Waltz by c. Baker touch me gently father time by c. Baker dear old Homestead by a. Hilts Angels met him at the Gate by c. M. Currier. The songs and three instrumental pieces adapted for piano Organ. It seems to us that american music publishers Are deter tied to compete with London publishers in furnishing this great country with cheap music. The Price a single number heh Nick a musical monthly is 25 cents $2,50 Jer Yea which will furnish you during the year $3%, Worth first class music for $2,50. All our readers who Are interested in music should not fail to subscribe for this great musical work. You will never regret it. Address a1 orders to f. W. Hel Nick 186 West fourth St. Cincinnati. O. Her own experience. If the total Cost sickness simply in its business aspects were reckoned he it would be found to be great enough in five years in pay the National debt. The merchant has a headache from a fit indigestion and misses a Good bargain the lawyer does the same with a Case. To say nothing about electors fees etc., it done to pay to lie even a Little sick. Or. David Kennedy so Favori e remedy is a Friend the by Zuese Man for it clears his brain. One Dollar a bottle Rondo it n. It is a foolish mistake to confound a reined Merit with Quick medicines. We have used Parker a Ginger tonic with the happiest results for dyspepsia and debility and know it to be a Sterling health excursion Ioco Loi amp a the Pennsylvania company and pan handle route placed Sale May 1st, at All their principal stations round trip excursion tickets to Denver Pueblo and Colorado resorts. Guide books and pump lets giving routes tickets rates fare and general information will be furnished free. application in person by letter to k. A. Ford. General passenger agent Pittsburgh a. Attachment notice. E. F. Green plaintiff before w. A. Is. It Carpenter j. P. W. Scott defendant Cambridge township Guernsey county Ohio. On the 12th Day May 1882, said Justice issued an order attachment in the above action for the sum $48,69. May 22. 1882. E. F. Green. May25,1882-3t. We announce with pleasure a that owing to some recent very Large Cash purchases pianos Are now Able to Fer extraordinary inducements to purchasers pianos Fok Cash t Ime. It. Pleasant. Parties Are becoming numerous. Our Board walk needs rep irs badly. Quarterly meeting was held at the m. E. Church last sunday. Adam Davis intends moving drug store to a room near the depot. J. 8. Johnston has been engaged to teach school in Noble county next Winter. A couple cow merchants have been in this neighbourhood for the past week. Noah Nickle had a valuable horse to drop dead while marking Corn ground last week. Commissioners Lochary and Nicholson and auditor Becket were in town last week. U j. Downey tendered his resignation As Sabbath school superintendent last sunday. J. E. Lee was elected successor. When we see some the prominent men our Village smoking a Fine Cigar the inference is that a candidate has been around. A a a Ltd a Byesville. Wheat Fields and Meadows look Well. George Conner and Thomas Darby started last tuesday to travel in the auction business. There will not be a very Large acreage tobacco planted in this Section this year the plants being almost a failure. W. D. Tucker had his foot mashed last saturday by a Large Block falling it. Or. Rea was called and rendered the necessary Aid. The match game Ball played saturday Between Byesville and Hartford resulted in favor the former. The score stood 19 to .32. On last monday the water dammed against the Railroad embankment to the depth .3 we do not sell cheap pianos at High prices representing them to he first class As we Back up All our representations by a written warranty Worth inn cents the Dollar but can and will give it a customers the very Best pianos for any Given Price the various makers kept by us. We will sell pianos the rental plan part Cash the balance monthly quarterly payment. Of Lisp please Call and examine our Stock pianos which was never so Complete As at present nor prices so Low. H. D. Munson amp son Zanesville Ohio. 7jstestey, Mason is Hamlin Packard. Or. Chestra new England and other organa a Complete new line at the lowest rates Cash monthly patients. Catalogues pianos organs sent Freet any address. A a Quot a a redeemer a Praise a the great new sunbathe school song Book by T.C.?TKane, bound in heavy covers to cents per copy postpaid. $3,00 per dozen $25 per Hundred. John h. Sarchet agent May 25, 1882-tf. Cam Biduk Ohio. Road notice. Notice is hereby Given that a petition will be presented to the commissioners Guernsey county at their session to be held tile first monday june. A. I. 1882,praying that the present Road leading from the National Road past Scott a mines be vacated from the National Road to the Point where the dividing line Between Cambridge and Centre townships intersects the Ilao. R., and a new Road located along the following described route to wit beginning at the Point where the dividing line Between Cambridge and Centre townships intersects the Baltimore is Ohio Railroad thence Riding due North along it Aid township line to tile National Road terminating at a Point near the Stone Bridge said National Road opposite the residence we. Burt. Said Road will pass along and be contiguous the cast Side the lands William Noble Ross Scott and Frank Noe the West Side to the fond Zadoc Davis and William Burt. Your petitioners therefore ask that such proceedings May be had to establish such Road As May be authorized and directed by Law. Many april 26th 1882. May.4,82-4w. W. S. Archer dealer in boots and shoes notions and groceries Hartford Ohio. I Ville. Thanks Are returned to generous 4 feet. Tiffs will soon be remedied by a Clatty friends for contributions received. Stone Culbert. I invite the special attention the Public to Tov new Stock a Ceries which i have opened in connection i h my Otter business. Custom work in boots Aud shoes made a pc mar-�?~j-3m

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