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28 Sep 1882

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Cambridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1882, Cambridge, Ohio The Cambridge Herald. Thursday. Sept. 28. 1882. Locals. That Browne a Iron bitters will cure the worst Case of dyspepsia. Will insure a Hearty appetite and increased digestion. Cures general debility and gives a new lease of life. Dispels nervous depression and Low spirits. Restores an exhausted nursing Mother to full strength and gives abundant sustenance for her child. Strengthens the Muscles and nerves enriches the blood. Overcomes weakness wakefulness and Lack of Energy keeps off All chills fevers and other malarial Poison. Will infuse with new life the weakest invalid. 37 Walker St., timbre dec. 18s1. For six years i have been a great sufferer from blood , dyspepsia and cons Tipa so debilitated that i could not retain anything on my stomach in fact life had almost become a Burden. Finally when Hope had almost left me my husband seeing by own a Iron bitters advertised in the taper induced me to give it a trial. Am now taking the third bottle and have not Felt so Well in six years As i do at the present time. Mrs. L. F. Griffin. Browne a Iron bitters will have a better tonic effect upon any one who needs a bracing up a than any Medicine made. Headquarters for Horn Brooks. 0 leaves Are falling. Hornbrook is Headquarters for Winter boots 0 the will of James m. Carson has been probated. The Quaker City schools open on the 2nd of october. A now engine has been placed on the c. So Ai. Railroad. Van Amburg a show is billed for Caldwell on the 29th. There was a slight Frost in these parts monday morning. Immense Stock of overshoes and gumboots at Hornbrook. A Coal wanted at this office. Will some of our patrons respond ? another party of painters Are at work on tile new court House. New curbing is being put Down on North 5th and 10th streets. An infant of Simon Mccullough of Knox township died Friday. The use of tobacco is prohibited in the schools of Millwood township. The Scott Bros disposed of their livery Stock Here Friday at Public Sale. A new Organ has been purchased for the Garfield Hall at Quaker City. Ibis years peaches Are very sour. It is a difficult matter to find a Sweet one. Or Downar is fast impressing upon the people the superiority of his drugs. Kistnor will in at or Arnold a office thursday sept 28th. A the Odd Fellows flail at Quaker City will lie dedicated some time in october. If you want the Hest family groceries go to d. M. Jenkins in the Carson Block. J. O. Grimes is trying to remove what is thought to be a cancer in his right ear. Work will begin this week on the Crook Creek Railroad Bridge West of the Tunnel. No cure no is or i snort a proposition Iii curing piles. You take no chances col Geo w. Carter and Hon. C. A. Bon Telie will speak at Senecaville september 80th. A Justice of the peace is to in elected in Millwood township at the october election. School shoes at Hornbrook. Or Kistnor cures piles without Cuttino it 7 tying pain or detention from labor. A Beefsteak and oysters Are served at All hours Iii first class style at stouts restaurant. The b. So o. Company Lias adopted a telegraphic Money order system. It will Bein operation Only along their Ujiie of Telegraph. Personals. W. C. Eek is is among ii is friends Here. Mrs. W. M. Scott has returned from Oakland. Mrs. C. A. Recoil is visiting friends at Marietta. Charles Jefferson was with friends Here Over sunday. When you feel out of sorts have the be pc Paugh and family Are visiting mends Here. Klauk books school supplies a is at is Boob the Best a in the Market. M ii Pencil tablets Pend pans writing paper Al bums a of everything in the Way of plies. The most Hon sup ii in he Market for Tenty five cents. Picture f Rames Mound a los and a new styles and Low prices. Gox Job be in various grades and prices at Ogieru a Book store Cambridge. Ohio. A m Kiu can sewing Machin est the Best Iii the Market and at Low a rices c. F Wilson and to i Opp. Stottlemire a grocery. Oohs Static n Ery a is ii i ally a Book Tore i it the place to buy Hooks or till kinds a of l Ane stationery also a stuck of Small musical instruments. Main Street. A it Beu and Hairdresser e r. Tay Lor main Street opposite runt Oftie Cambridge Ohio. \ her Ani hair Dresser so Areg hair cutting shampoo ii g work Lone neatly a d e. Eanls. Of it a Mckim West end Eagle Houri o. C g dots Ani shoes a Uell selected Turk constantly on hand a. I. Moore n. E. Cor. Public Square. Oaly wholesale and retail a Good Siorek of Mich undies at m in is store we. Norris Norris mines 4 Miles East of Cambridge Rogeri is at wholesale Cosgrave Moore amp of. Main Street. Cambridge o. H ats. Cash trunks Valise and gent s fun Rushing goods Thel l As Jones _ main Street Cambridge. Attachment notice Alexander Turner plaintiff a _. Is. Isaac Nichols etal., defendants. Before Elza Turner a Justice of the peace of am Bridge township Guernsey county Ohio. On the 20th Day of August 1882 said Justice issued an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of two Hundred and ninety nine dollars $299.00 and fifty dollars $50probable costs. Alexander Turner ept-m-s2-3w. Plaintiff j. B. Garber of Salesville has gotten up a Blank record for convenience to school teachers. A Polar wave is sweeping Over this Section and overcoats a re no unpleasant companions. Mrs of. T. File Phe re has returned from Athens Asylum to her Home in Millwood township Well. I he use of fertilizers is Liee Oming More general Iii this county. Many tons will he used this y. A. Remember that g. B. Thornberry has just received a full line of fall suiting and Over coating. A b in. B. Beeper has been appointed guardian of George b. Beeper Iii place of or. A Keeock resigned. A Railroad collision Iii Tennessee last week dad y used up Sells Bros show entailing considerable loss the Rains of the past few Days have assisted the Farmers in their fall blowing by softening the ground. The i Nee port pre has been sold to or j. F. Mcmath. It will no doubt continue to ire a live local journal. Ilav. Anderson Esq. Is examining the county Treasury this week under authority from tin probate judge. Or Jorn Campbell of Uniontown Belmont county Well known in the Eastern part of Titis county died recently. Persons afflicted with Catarrh should Call at or. Arnold a office and dispensary As that is one among his specialities. A the removal of two tows of Trees from in for nit of the new court House adds to the appendices of that building. Farmers say the Corn crop is behind two weeks compared with other years and they fear the Frost will catch it yet. The next session of the St. Blairsville presbytery will be held in the lore City presbyterian Church october 3rd. Of Hanlon is Meyers merchant tailors Are receiving their fall Stock of goods. Good fits guaranteed. Cal and see them. 8. J. Kennedy of 8in? tree has just purchased 157 acres of land from John Gibney of that neighbourhood for $6,000 an intruder thought to be the wild cart is gaining a foothold on Many farms Iii this county to the injury of Meadows hogs Are being bought in some parts of this county at seven cents per Pound. 8tuck of All kinds command Good prices. Tin Bell for the new court House has been brought from the car to the House. All the county officers assisted in its Tran Fer. A National soldiers reunion is announced by private Dalzell to be held at Caldwell on the 2d and 3rd Days of octo Ber mrs Nancy Coulter and her two daughters misses Sadie and Nancy Ann of Knox township Are prostrated with topic ii blues melancholy Etc., it must be indigestion that ails you. Browne a Iron bitters cures it. Howard Miller sold his store at Cumberland the other Day to Joseph Mccartle and the latter has since sold the same to w. B Cosgrave. The Grain Market Here is not very a. Tive. Prices Are quoted wheat 95 cents per Bushel Oats 35 to 40. Corn $1. F Lour wholesale $5.25, retail $6. As indicated in these columns Early in the season that it would nearly All tilt Wool in this county has been sold at from 35 to 38 cents per Pound. A Farmer says Sweet potatoes can he kept from one season to another by packing them in saw dust but not allowing one potato to touch another. A Telegram announcing the serious illness of his father brought John Hanna from Virginia cite Nevada Back to his former Home Iii Madison township. Archibald Mccartney one of the oldest and most substantial citizens of Londonderry township died Friday and was buried Sabbath. Ii is age was about threescore. Wanted several Coal miners to work in the Shaft at Spaide a Coal works. For particulars Call on or address j. E. Spaid Buffalo Post office Guernsey county Ohio. 2t. The ease of w. W. Williams against officer latties Moreland for false arrest which is pending in the Cle Eland court which was set for hearing last week was continued. On an is is die Coin Iii is stoners at their session last week ordered vacation of Road Iii Richland township As prayed for by m. Mil hone and others Aud allowed Bills amounting to near $900. Three persons have been arrested Over in tin neighbourhood of Newcomerstown within the past few Days charged with horse Stoa i aug. It is thought a regularly organized band exists there. Tin following person have been licensed to marry since our last report Janu s w. Croyland Basella in. White Scott White and Ca Nasa j. Marling a v. Johnston and Lizzie e. Sproat. I lot. 8. R. Wallace of new Concord has just placed before the Public a very pretty St my Aud chorus entitle i a tile prohibition w ave. I lie words were written by i. W. Chisholm. Price 30 cents. J. W. Laughlin of Barnesville was elected vice president at the reunion of the first Ohio cavalry held at Columbus last week. Tile next annual meeting will he held at Washington c. La. Get 5, 1883. William and Reli Ecca Perdue of the North part of the county celebrated their Golden wedding a few Days ago. It was a Happy time to the old couple and Iii fact to All participants. Fine present were Given. The township school Board at a meet ing i tuesday afternoon accepted the new school House in District no 3 from tin contractors hands and ordered that the old one la sold at Public auction next saturday. Three Hundred and sixty five dollars have been raised for missionary purposes by the m. E. Congregation and sunday school during the part year. The Anni Ersary of the missionary society was held in their Church Sabbath night. Londonderry soil is productive especially As to the raising of potatoes. It is said that Sarah c blown of that township has raised 350 pounds of potatoes this year from 2j pounds of seed and i. R. Bethel five bushels from four pounds. The new Law relating to Money orders which is soon to go into effect fixes the matter so that a party will receive an order payable to the hearer at the Money order office designated by tile applicant. This does away with the filling out of a Blank As at present. Jester Hedges Arni mrs Bennington Logan of near new Concord Are about to receive immense wealth from England so it is said. They Are two of the thirty the e heirs in this country to an state left by one Charles i ledges tile value of which is placed at $250,000,000. Tile heirs have formed an association and will look the matter up. Addison Taylor and Joseph Gadd disturbed the coloured Camp Ine eting held at Center last sunday week at least so they pleaded before Elza Turner saturday and they now languish in jail under a Fine of $30 each and ten Days. About a dozen affidavits Are held against other men hut no arrests have been effected by reason of sudden departures toothed parts. The Cambridge Gas Light company have made application to be incorporated. N miss Hannah Gibson of Senecaville is convalescing. A a govt Isaac Morion has gone Eastern trip. Miss a Llie Scott of Steubenville is visiting friends Here. A. H. Vansickle has gone to Kansas to look up p location. John a. Jones of Burlington Iowa visiting friends Here. Airs doll in b. Lynch of Coshocton visiting friends Here. A. V. Hosick of Newtown is clerking in the in rebate judges office. Howard Ferguson of Columbus has been smiling upon friends Here. W. E. Reppert of the b. Amp o. Railroad has recovered from his recent illness. 8. W. Casner and William Thompson of Senecaville Are Oft to Northen Missouri airs Catherine Miller of Temperanceville has become a citizen of this county. Miss Ella Webster of Quaker City has been elected a teacher Iii tile Bellaire schools. Charlie Buck of Roxbury Al Organ county paid j. F. Salmon a flying visit tuesday. Miss Dunlavy and brother of Wheeling Are the guests of miss Billa Patterson of this place. Wilson Barber formerly of this place is now local editor on the Loudonville of advocate. L. C. Cutter conductor on the Hocking Valley ii. Ii. Will move his family to Columbus next week. John w. Binger of Jackson township has gone to Ann Arbor Michigan to attend medical College mrs. Wilson Barber a Riojias been visiting at Senecaville for some time returned Home this week Joseph Dawson of Londonderry township is Oft on an extended trip to new York and other Eastern cities. Bey. A. L. Sarchet late of the m. I Church Here has accepted the pastorate of fever. A tree was Cut Down by James Hanford near Senecaville tire Oiler Day in which was found Over seventy five pounds of Honey. The Washington fair is attracting a Large number of visitors this week. It gives Promise of interest to All who May attend. If you have asthma try or. Meet ump a asthma Relief. Price 50 cents per bottle. For Sale at or. Arnold a office and dispensary. A if you want oysters either in bulk can or dish go to i. R. Ala plea a those served at his restaurant Are gotten up in Excel Quot leu t shape. A conductor a. D. Cross who was caught Between two cars at Warner station a few Days ago is Back to his Post on the c. Amp Al. Railroad. Nervousness peevish Ness and fretting so often connected with overworked females lives is rapidly relieved by Browne a Iron bitters the capital Stock is fixed at $20,000allof which has Lieen guanine teed. Property has been purchased just West of the Bent Wood works and if the town Council will agree to use that kind of Light upon on streets work will begin at once and the projectors say but 90 Days will be re. Quire to have the same order. A Church at Shori Idan Illinois. Mrs a. J. Clark and her sister miss re a Elliott were at Caldwell Friday visiting thir brother John Elliott. Alts w. S. J Cade together with Hor Little daughter Are visiting mrs w. A. Burt and other friends at Columbus. Melville Fordyce Tho lately appointed in amp o. Agent at this place has chosen Vick Mcfarland for his assistant. D. Ii Little will soon retire from the auditor ship of the Csc Ai. Railroad he having tendered ii is resignation. Miss Bena Elliot after a visit of several weeks to friends Here returned to Lier Home at to shy a Rock w. A. Monday. J. In Lodi Elk and wife of Quaker City have been visiting friends at Wheeling and Pittsburgh tile past few Days. J. G. Hyatt has resigned the Secretary ship of the Ohio 8ign company a corporation with Headquarters at Bellaire. T. C. Stanly has been selected by the managers of the Washington fair As their chief of police. A a Tom understands the business. Calvin Bendure of Londonderry township will soon become a citizen of Middlebourne where he expects to engage in the Merca utile business. Hon f. M. Atkinson is lying sick at the Maltby House Baltimore Hohnsbeen wrestling with the unwelcome guest for three weeks or More. Stokely Fisher preached to a Large sized congregation in the m. P. Church last sunday morning. His text was a it is he did Well. Thomas Culbertson of Adams township has gone on a trip to Southern Wisconsin. George Rice and family accompanied him and w la locate there. Fred Geiger late Colone l of the seventeenth regiment o. N. G. Will take the Road As the travelling agent of Adams express company the 1st of october. Evan romans leaves Beday wed Nee Day for Ann Arbor Michigan to attend the school of pharmacy. He expects to graduate at the end of the term. Samuel Ferguson an old resident of Oxford township left monday with his family for Sweetwater Aion Roe count a Tennessee where they will make their future Nome. Ii. C. Hornbrook entertained Saunders Hornbrook of California dec. Mccullough of Cameron w. A. And c. L. Ii in Hook of Marshall county w. A. Last sunday. S. C. Luccock Esq. Is fitting no a room in the Cosgrave building preparatory to hanging out his Shingle As a lawyer he is a Young Man of Brilliant intellect and recognizes nothing but strict integrity in his business transactions. He will succeed. We bespeak for him a Liberal patronage. Jacob Kolin of Shawnee and Aliss Amelia shot Field of Zanesville wer Cinar marriage Bells. Last wednesday morning found nearly one Hundred guests assembled at the residence of James Stockdale in answer to the following invitation a emr and airs James Stockdale request Hie pleasure of your company at the marriage of their daughter Lillie Idle to William Cunningham wednesday sept. 20th, 1882, at 12 of clock in at their i promptly at twelve of clock the couple soon to be joined by chains which Only death shall break asunder preceded by t. A. Johnson and miss Maggie Cunningham appeared in the room. The Bride was neatly attired in a Cream coloured Satin dress and her modest appearance added everything to the loveliness of the occasion that could he desired. The ceremony was performed by Rev w. K. Yingling assisted by Rey. A. Of. Caldwell. Immediately afterwards the company journeyed to tin dining room where a table was luxuriously spread with edibles. After this they proceeded to the residence of the grooms p rents where a Bountiful supper was partaken of. We append a partial list of the Many valuable presents. Family Bible from t he brides father Silver spoons knives and Forks from the brides Mother Silver Castor John Cunningham of Mattoon Illinois swinging lamp j. Ai. A Haugh and t. A. Johnson clock j. A. Bond and r p. Bell Silver howl i i Stockdale students lamp Andrew Cunningham lace Pillow Shams or and mrs Thomas Boyd Pillow Shams Josie Peterman pair tablecloths Mattie Bond dozen napkins airs Al. J Gill Silver butter knife Laura j. Wirick pair towels Rey Caldwell and wife Wash Pitcher and Basin or and airs John Mcbride Glass fruit dish and bread plate Thos Gill set of Glass dishes Sadie and Angie Boyd lamp mat Emily Cunningham carving knife and Fork w. clock a. L. Gill fruit dish Nellie Mcbride Silver cup win Lindsey Glass Pitcher with Silver handle air and mrs Calvin Woodburn Glass Pitcher Hattie it till Glass set and Roll of carpet mrs m. set of spoons Alex Boyd and wife table cloths mrs Andrew Cunningham sewing chair Dora Stockdale Brussels Rug John Boyd and wife the Browns. Next week will witness the departure from hotel circles of one of if not the oldest continuous hotel keeper in Ohio. It is mrs. Nancy Brown Ebenezer Smith having rented the old stand which has been known for More than a Quarter of a Antrim. Airs Roach has been suffering with Quincy. John Stockdale is slide nicking in Westchester. Welsh Mercer of Bridgeville visited hero last week miss Mary Stewart of Fairview wits in town last week. Century As the a Brown House a a hic lady. For Ioco received a lot of cattle i i. ,. Y i a Here saturday named entered the business she is let to John Boyd and wife of Cambridge visited Here last week. Diaries Cunningham us Irish Iville fair. Attended the col Samuel Fordyce son of the late John Fordyce and once a citizen of this place is under arrest at hot Springs Arkansas charged with murder. It appears i hat i Only be who by the Way is reputed to he one of the wealthiest men of the state named and a air 1. C. Ii ugg Are owners of a Large hotel there used specially for invalids. It i it built upon land obtained by lease from the government. In the same town lives an editor named Mathews who Lins been very abusive Iii ins columns concerning these gentlemen. Lie made some bold charges even to that of false representation in getting tin lease a few weeks ago or Fordyce and his family had occasion to visit Kentucky when or Mathews again paraded them be Tore tile Public Friday last tin proprietors of tilt hotel Ami Mathews happened to meet upon the Street when Fordyce took him to task and a run Pusan once ensued. Fordyce struck Mathews with a club. When the latter Drew his revolver and commenced firing. None of the shots however hit Fordyce hut one entered the hip of Rugg his partner who then pulled his pistol and returned the fire. During tile Melee several shots were fired nor did they Stop until Mathews fell with three or four Bullet holes in his body one of which had penetrated the heart producing instant death the two Fordyce and Rugg were arrested together with another mail named Frank Flynn who is charged also with shooting at Mathews. It i it not known to a certainty who fired the fatal shot some churning that neither Fordyce nor Flynn shot at All while oth it. Is say they All took a Ham. Mathews had been Iii similar affairs before and carried Many Sears one of them received from Bugg in an encounter about a month before. Entered tin business she is just leaving with her husband Basil Brown at Claysville Washington county Pennsylvania Many years ago where they remained some Little time or until catching the Western fever so prevalent in those Days they disposed of their Stock and took up their line of March toward the setting Sun. Reaching Washington this county they became favourably impressed with the place and at once pitched their tent within its Borders opening up a hotel and were succeeding admirably when a dire calamity came in the shape of a fire which destroyed everything they had except a Wagon and clothing. This aroused a desire to a further prosecution of their mourning Westward hence gathering the fold together which by the Way consisted of several children they were stowed in a Wagon and again the Road was taken. Eight Miles brought them Here where they concluded to locate. The tavern stand which they still possess was taken hold of and the business of hotel keeping resume d. About a year after starting or. Brown fell while taking Down a trunk from an omnibus and was killed. Since that time mrs. Brown has conducted the business some thirty or thirty five years. She has been aided efficiently by Lier sons Thomas and Robert e. The former went to the War after the Morgan raid which placed the latter in charge and right Here it might be said that a a bobs As he is familiarly known has been engaged in the business longer than any other Young Man in Testate having been at it for More than Twenty years continuously and but few Ever came to the Brown House in that time that did not receive his cordial greeting. These people were Model hotel keepers and will be greatly missed by the travelling Public. The new management of the c. Amp Al. Railroad Are deserving of commendation from their treatment of Scott White the brakeman who was injured so badly at the wreck near Here recently As to require the amputation of his right Arm. They allowed him Lull time for the month of september paid his doctor and Board Bills bought him a new suit of clothes and by written agreement guarantee employment for 25 years at $30 a r month if he so desires besides $100 Bonus. V. Jennie bark has returned from Boston new York and other Eastern cities where1, vein is Gilmon Miles Book act were count before tile same on the 28th inst. She witnessed the openings of the Mph g Vav Bosses wife while out in the Yard Neil establishments and purchased a Stock i sipped and fell and fractured Ber thigh. Rev. Irwin a Baptist minister preached tile w Ai Church last Sabbath evening air Nichols of Noble county visited relatives Here last week. Vast quantities of sorghum molasses Are being manufactured. N a Daniels exhibited his line sheep at tile Uhrichsville fair. By Alex Carson of Iowa is visiting friends in tills Community. Robert Hanna has the contract for building the Culvert Iii tile Winchester Street. Philip English bought a Fine lot of horses in Noble and Monroe counties last week. Rev w k Yingling preached his last Sermon at this place on Sabbath to a Large and attentive audience. Mrs. Emma Reynolds Nee Stockdale formerly of this now residing in Southern Michigan is visiting friends Here. Young Man from this neighbourhood traded horses with a Quaker City my not pleased with the bargain he went to the stable and be exe hailed on his own responsibility. Londonderry. Cool evenings and some Frost on the Bottoms. Miss Talbot of Pittsburgh pa., is visiting at or Thomas Darnell near town. Several of our citizens attended the Barnesville and Uhrichsville fairs last week. There will be a Union s. S. Picnic held at Chestnut Hill u b Church october i us. A Good time is expected. Or Olios of pc inuit took from this place a line drove of cattle one Day last week i hey were bought in this neighbourhood. John Mccall was married on the 14 inst to miss Emma Henderson of Quaker City Ohio. May happiness attend them through life Ami May plenty of perennial Dowers Bloom around them. George Curry who resides three Miles North of town was afflicted with something like sunstroke last tuesday and for a time life was despaired of. At this writing he is Able to be about again. Weare under obligations to chronicle the sad news of the death of James Cunningham. Son of Allen Cunningham aged about 21 years. He departed this life tuesday the 19th inst after suffering greatly of inh mation of the bowels. He was a member of tile u p Church of this place and a Good boy and will be sadly missed by All who know him. Archibald Mccartney died of paralysis september 23�1, aged about 05 years. He was a member of the it. P. Church of Antrim and a highly deselected and intelligent citizen. His body was interred in the Londonderry cemetery on Sabbath. A larger funeral procession is Seldom seen. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire Community. Senecaville. C of Hutchison will occupy his new store room this week. Dick Ai Arisen and wife attended the fair at Barnesville. The funeral services of the late Mary Anderson were held at the residence of her brother t. In Anderson Esq thursday afternoon and were very impressive revs. Locke Mills Milligan and Mcfarland took part. Friday morning the remains were taken to Barnesville accompanied by a number of relatives and in Good working a ,. Nod at the latter place saturday evening in the presence of a Large number of invited guests. The wedded pair were the recipients of Many and costly presents among them being a Marble clock from Levi Hiresh Bergoo this place. Air. Kulm owns the store of that name Here. Or. Wall performed a difficult operation upon a five year old son of w. J. From the report of the infirmary directors made to the Coni in Issi ouers recently it is Learned the inside expenses of the in Lin Navy for tile past six months Lins been $2591.91 and the outside $1427.09, while i to meet this there is a credit of $1418.05 Iii Money products of farm groceries Etc. On the farm Are 7 calves 23 hogs too p mods of Wool 225 bushels of wheat 250 of Oats 40 tons of Hay 316 pounds of Bacon of bushels of potatoes 6 barrels of hour 140 pounds lard 130gallonsof vinegar besides $29 Worth of groceries some clothing and drugs. There Are 32 male inmates 25 females classified As follows children under 15 years of age 15, coloured 2, insane 5, idiotic 7, epileptic 2, deaf and dumb 2. There have been ten received into the institution since March 1st and thirteen discharged. Three deaths have occurred. The poor fund Bas been overdrawn by from $3,000 to $4,000. A mail named John Aiguire from Penn Sybania walked out a second Story window of the Pacific hotel Hist thursday night unto the Root of a porch and from there fell to the ground receiving some painful injuries about the head. He and another stranger had together taken lodgings there that evening but upon or Mcguire Awakening during the night he discovered that lie had been robbed and deserted by his room mate. He started to bunt up the thief hut mistook the window fora door with the above result. Of everything in the millinery line that is pretty and durable. She also observed All the latest styles in dresses and is now prepared to furnish her numerous custom. Ors with the neatest make of garments. It will you to Call soon. A Quail Are protected by Law until november 1st and any one killing these Birds at any time other than Between the Day named first Day of january in a Ely year is liable to a Fine of from two to Twenty dollars and imprisonment not More than thirty a its. Joseph Pickett was arraigned before Squire Carpenter tuesday charged with assaulting another boy named Frank Daugherty. He was fined $5 and costs. A 11 Andrew Archer of Adams township dropped dead monday while at the stable feeding his horses. He had been afflicted with heart disease for some time. Iii. J. K. Watson of new Concord has been appointed a school examiner for Muski Ngum county. A Good selection. Wedding invitations cards and in fact almost anything in the Job printing line can be obtained at the Herald office. Just out �?o1,001 questions with answers on United states an Excel Lei t treaties to prepare one for examination. At nit a a in in ii Roii last Bannat ii evening. Ali its Alma Scott has returned to her Home in Cambridge after an extended visit to her Uncle g Vav Brown. Alo Gahala a Little son of Squire Chester fell from a horse a few Days ago Ami Frac lured his Arm near the wrist. A Law suit Between win Saltsgaver Ami Adam Mii Muic took place before Squire Oliver last saturday. Decision in favor of plaintiff. On the sick list Hannah Gibson typhoid fever Ai i 11 in Casner dysentery Jane Galligher. 1 l some wheat to sow yet. Road working is about Oyer. I rank Kelly says a a glory its a j. H. Watson went to ills school last week Jas Leer is at Home rust Cating till his school commences. Air. And airs. Alpheus ringer Are on a visit to Ross county. Several students walked from Concord to see tile wrecked trains. The Railroad collision caused quite an excitement among the people Here. A Good delegation went from Here to the Norwich Lur in spite of the rain. Messes Woodruff so Adams Here have moved their saw Mill to r. Al a Rah alts place. Our people were entertained a few even mrs ago by a magic lantern Man. Among tile tilings that were interesting was the voting of an album to the prettiest lady a Cane to the Laziest Man and a jews Harp to the Hom Eliest Man. Miss Josie Ferguson received the album. A. W. Ringer the Cane and Hiram Moo re i Lead the Harp. Bloomfield. Vav Arm Days Aud Cool nights. I lie students of afe Gorfkle College have organized a literary society. Daniel t Homas had two sheep killed by dogs saturday night. Airs. Rankin has gone to Birmingham to visit her daughter airs. Beal. Quite a climber went from hereto the Norwich fair wednesday. They report a Good time. Mrs. Jennie acc Donehay started monday evening for Cincinnati to visit her sister. Airs. I. A. Wilson. Frank Bradford who has been in Indiana for some time has returned to visit associates and relatives. Hon. J. F. Oglevee auditor of state will open t he Campaign Here thursday evening a september 28th. The Cornet band will furnish some excellent Musi for the occasion. Daniel Thomas Aud lady Ami mrs. Mary Jane Duff started tuesday evening to visit friends Iii alis Souri arid Iowa. They expect to begone about two months. Campbell Scarlet fever learn arc convalescing. All of whom we airs Ellen Kays wife of Amartin Kays was i it uric Ltd Here High to week. A Portem examination revealed a cancer of tile stomach As the cause of her death. Due of tile most Brilliant social events of the season occurred at the residence of Rev i Dennis last Friday evening. About sixty of our people gathered at the House and took Bro Dennis and family by Surprise i t was not a Church social by any Means for All denominations of our town were there even those who belong to no Church. It was the Hearty expression of the Good feel in existing towards Bro. Dennis not Only As pastor but As a citizen this tribute is paid to his family As Well. From the wires at Oldhams. William Carey or will remove to Byesville this week some banners have commenced Cuttin Ltd Corn. They report Light crop. William Oldham attended the Wheeling fair also visited friends in the City. Farmers Are Busy sowing their wheat and getting Coal hauled for the Winter. John Phillis visited relative sat Rix Mill last week. Also looked in on Norwich fair Samuel a tie t has sold his property near Winchester. Moi asses making. Corn cutting. The festival was Well attended. J. S. Hixon went to Colorado last week. A. F Linn will erect a new Stab soon. Capt j. Of. Carlisle went to Chicago hut week. Miss a a half Johnson of Westchester is visiting Here. I lie ladies of the w. F. M. S. Of this place have pieced a missionary quilt. Rev. In ii. Tannehill will preach at the Ai. E. Church at 4 p. In., next Sabbath. Rev. N. P. Tetirick and family of Anderson county Kansas Are vi4ting his father Eli Tetirick. Benton by Rick and Charles Bunnell on coining from Washington lust week killed a Black soaks feet in length. Cumberland. Mrs loll Collins is at the Point of death. Or Bowers lecture was wet attended and All were pleased. Corn is being Cut and the crop is the finest for several years Elisha Bartlett and wife will go totenn., to visit his sister this monday morning. Aliss Mcburney of Cambridge is trying to secure a class in instrumental music. I n Knowlton starts tuesday morning to Page county Iowa with a car Load of Buck gossip says there is to be six weddings in town this fall. A tis no wonder Yeti torn a cold Winter brings them to time. Walnut Grove. Ii Woodruff Lins moved his saw Mill to the farm of Robert Marshall. Miss Clara Ali Lone commenced a six months term of school Here lust fonday. Ii. E. Hamilton is sick with rheumatism and miss Nettie b Knox with the fever. Airs. Cresswell and children went last week to Marion county to visit friends. Miss Annie e. Hamilton who has been visiting friends near Cadiz Ohio for some months returned Home lust week. She is going to try it. A correspondent writes front Way Down East in Lubec ale., to or David Kennedy Bondon n. A i called on you about six weeks ago. Sick with billions disease. I bought a bottle of a favorite remedy and it cured me. What i want is some More of your Medicine. Aly daughter Sigoin Gottry sensible Man. He will not regret it and when ins daughter bus tried she will be satisfied too. A favorite remedy is just the thing for the ills that afflict womankind satisfaction for ten. In our family of ten for Over two years Parker a Ginger tonic has cured headache malaria and other complaints so satisfactorily that Weare in excellent health and be expense for doctors or other chronicle. Price $1.00. Agents wanted address i a Bool House to John t. Al Affet the publisher b. A. Hathaway Lebanon i nov Tiju Riv Voltin \ it Lis Vici. It lot la a saturday and dropped in to see us. Both. Rink re september 13th, to or and mrs j. W. Ringer of Jackson township a son. Kemp september 2lth, to or. And mrs. George Kemp a daughter. Cambridge Market. Ohio. County correspondence. Washington. T 0 Stanley will he chief of police at our f a i r. Law suit week. Before Squire air Buriley this girls look out for the bicycle boys at the fair. Spirit of combat broke out again in East Ward last week. Win Laurence and wife i to Iii As Oldhams. Are visiting at a change has taken place As to the time of electing officers in the Ai. E Sabbath school. It formerly was done at the last meeting in december but now it int the last in the conference year consequently it was held sunday and resulted As follows superintendent w. Ii. H. Macii Yai assistant i. H. Anderson superintendent infant die Zanesville bicycle club is expected to be at our fair. Some Frost Here this week but not enough to do much damage As yet. Lur town is pretty Well filled up with visitors Home attending the fair. A r Rea of Steubenville is Here visiting his parents and taking in tile fair. Rev j Vav Fulton will preach at the presbyterian Ehu Reli on next Sabbath. Everything1 is Fuji in a a. This look. It Quot Ohio everybody Aud have a Good time. Rev. A o Eagleson was Here last week looking after Iii farming interests. Air James Baker from Pennis Here visiting his parents and attending the fair. Isaac hour shall has finished burning a Brick Kiln of 150, Khut the county farm. John Ai it Urdy one of our oldest citizens has gone to Virginia to spend the Winter. The Brick layers Are running Short of Brick on the new residence of or t j Clark mrs or Patterson has gone to St. Louis to spend a few weeks with her daughter airs of Clark. Win. Tracy living a mile South cast of Washington Buda yearling calf killed by lightning last week. Quaker City. Barney Ward and Allan flood Are both sick. Born to air. And airs. Ai. Knight on the 22d inst., a son. Mrs. Nancy Finley a visiting friends at Batesville last week. Return Samuel Wartman jr., purchased a Fine new buggy of la. B. Huffman Cambridge Ohio. A a Good Many Spring calves Are dying in this Vicinity of disease called by some Black Murrain. L. O. Parsons is now in West Virginia disposing of his property and will and locate in Byesville. The Winter term of school in Bisi Amis District with James Watson As instructor commenced on Moi Tupy of last week. Hon. Or. And mrs. William Lawrence of Washington were the guests of Hon. Thomas Oldham a portion of last week. In in a Washington township. No Corn Cut till this week. Hogs 7 cents lambs $t50 to $2,50 Lier head. Tho g Deva ii. Of Knoxville Tenn Isis iting friends Here. Jim ii w Illiams has purchased a Fine sporting gun Tor this fall and Winter. Our Road Viaster s l Grimsley has done Good effective work on our loading Winch was badly needed. Corrected weekly by Ilav. Lindsey. Aleal Quot or it Bushel. Eggs of dozen. Feathers p la. Sorghum of gallon. Honey it it. Salt Ujj barrel. Tallow of to it. Lard f it. Butter fresh f the. Chickens dozen. Should Erst. Hams Fth. Sides Clear a a a to it. Sides rib la. Rags get it. Clover s de. seed. Orchard grass seed. Red top seed. Blue grass seed. Al us let. J. O. Mel Lyas and a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a it a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a $1 20 15 �575o ,4054 he 2t>e i 25 001 40 5 fide 20 $2 0002 a 12015 >���?�.18 12014c 10012 h $5 uo0� o $2 .5 $2 of i of i 50 .1 75 friends from Here and other services took Tedrick of Madison township monday w mor about six weeks ago the Little fellow was a favorite Iii society drank some concentrated Lye which pro place there after which All that a Tai of her who was Laid to rest within the Tomb. Those monuments and tombstones at j need inflammation of the Gullet to such an extent As to cause ulceration and Jed Vav Illiams elicit admiration from All Cowhig of the passage. An opening is passers by Aud indeed they deserve it for they can not be excelled in Eastern Ohio he has moved into his new room in the Shaffer Block and is prepared to conduct his business on a much larger scale. The neatest designs Are used in being effected by the insertion of instruments Aud so far has proved successful. At first none larger than a knitting Needle could be pushed through now ones As thick As an average Little Finger easily finds Entrance and the boy bids fair to department. Miss Sereptha Bunnell Secretary j s prolix a Dilion a if near Rock Island Illinois 4.\ it of. A i Rouh it is visiting at George wolf.-�?T. Assistant miss Lulu Mcfarland treasurer j. O. Molly a librarian j. A. Jones assistants c. F. Wilson and William Mclaughlin. The make up of monuments and any Varie escape death from starvation which state to of Stone or Granite can be obtained. Was ust approaching. It will repay any one to Call and see this Beautiful Stock. M. R. Patterson prosecuting attorney is at Columbus this week attending to the Case of Herman Schultz is incorporated a Binge of Cambridge which will come up for hearing before the supreme court today thursday or. Patterson is acting for j. C. Steele Esq in the premises because of the hitters inability to be present by reason an attack of asthma Bills by buying boots and which is putting his life in shoes from Horn Brooks. A condition. A precarious Aaron Moore and wife of Zanesville Are visiting their son. John Al hire. Of ii ton Hartley who has been in poor health for some time is again in a serious condition. Major Lippincott and wife of Morristown Are visiting John Lipp Nirott of the Beecher House. Aliss Anna Dilley who has been visiting at r. Ii. Dilley a returned to her Home at Senecaville monday j. F. Devore of Graysville has rented tile Quaker City hotel fora year and will take Possession soon. Benjamin Mead and daughter of Ofha a Minnesota formerly of this place Are visiting i heir Many friends Here. Prof. Finley has purchased the Shepherd property on fair Street near the school House. Taggart Shepherd will move into the property of James Boyd on main Street. Some of our in Guys decided that Rev Joseph Hastings boots were a Little too a a holy a so in less than ten minutes the necessary fund was raised and a pair of new hoots Given Joseph for which he is thankful. Domestic diphtheria is prevail nto a Dale tuts a new Coal House j Vav Bear is building a stable we Welcome Rev Corby Hack again to our Church James Contos has bought a Tine horse from t a Jolin Tou j to i Rice will not leave our town Binning Ham we need a i o now. Will the Effort lie made or not. Rimbol Tou. Aliss Jennie Pollock is recovering from an attack of the fever. There Are several bad cases of diphtheria Inthis neighbourhood. Airs Lizzie Smith visited relatives Iii Newcomerstown last week. James Stanley claims to have the Boss potato it weighs two pounds. Air. Ain and lady of Cambridge visited relatives Here recently. De Frame and sister Hattie spent a few Days with relatives at Linton lately. Some of the boys spent a Lively evening at Alex Jones. North Salem recently. R. K Jenkins and Geo. Anderson of Antrim were visiting at James Stanley a last week. Samuel Arbuthnot starts this week for a Vest Virginia where he expects to make Iii future Home. Mrs Mcgill who went to Rome x. Y., last week to he treated for the removal of cancer from the breast has returned the doctors thinking there can be nothing done for her. Brady. The meetings held at saturday Aud sunday in Linn a Grove were Well attended by Large congregations. Sermons we re delivered by Beys. Josie ii Cripps am James Hamilton cd the free methodist Church. A in. Barnes of East Union led the singing. Good order prevailed. Awarded Caprine porous medals. Plaster. The Best known Rowdy or backache or lame Back rheumatism or Lam j Delta. Cramps or sprains. Neuralgia or kidney diseases. Lumbago severs aches or rim female weakness. Arc Superior co All ocher floating Are Superior co Fiauu. Arc Superior to i Jei Siewt. Are Superior co ointment or sol Are Superior to electricity or sail Uliey act immediately. They strengthen they soothe. They relieve Paia at Omo. They positively Core. Caution Bensons cd item have been Mea Warisse do a allow your druggist plaster having a Shoal the word Issaih Eta. I Seabury a John of. I a Nehms chemists. Hew tag i Palm off some other plaster having in of i sounding Nims. See that the word a a huh a a pc in a. Poco cts. Manufacturing am Shue it Kimhuy at a . Pm us a Mead a medicated Corn and bunion Puniolo

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