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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1884, Cambridge, OhioThe . Tjom Lerly it Eling Horn ices if .1 a will he i i local Matthis. Cancer arcu 8t., i r a Kishk topped Ollun i. Ricot nerve no Din tint Nao. Mitrovi Louii Riim. Trmal Mowl to trial jew Loki to or. Aii i Fhi Lapa. Nov or. Of Mimril. A Miro for Little in mum Hough wkly. It will Reno be Tomt rout inc and lira Inaco Beautiful. Palco Ido. Mold lit at on Silin Runy Ami sunday lion Llu Clun a will by opened or Ilio it wan clo Sotl Nonio repairs. Kenin Ilio lira Ishio h you it my and Nuru Ranii a Roku ecu debility. Him ii a ppm a port it will purify your blood re Dlvgi Illon Ami make in a of Unger by a. Slut rail no Blu Hill he Alec Ufeu ill Low bulb Hsu aim Coralu tin. Gurlal icon Tylnn of falling antidote for n other Tauenta Wohleb null. To poisonous Iii Piuto per lev Ilia if Leiu leave it in a i Valley Aud Reni condition. 1 iof. Ii. Siu Uluth i Reau tint o Ilia r Aye top school has own Pitit in k Liis Kirifi Milit in Iligio county. Wok ii was cd fled to Tho i liar o in Uliuli in trip Ohio i in Vorsila tit Alienn. Ilia Many lit rum Plo Asod at Liis rapid nov Niiori Rne it. _ miss Kinnia Uryan a Woll known Kcal tool of tills Toni Only Jim l a pleasant Triu of school at Clay ton Myrh Kimii hint will another t 1 i 1 1 1 a for Blind. In i Iii aug ulcerated Lia Ebuen or. William an Indian cell no or. I no i on out mini. A Nulu Vox do cured do worm chronic Twenty Bye years . Tin one nerd ave minutes after applying this wonderful lotions nil in mramer n do Rondo harm than incl. It la Lula urn tent hid Al Law int cow it Lilua. in Flint after att id worm in to Allce umlaut and Nln Law Relief. Anu Only Lor i Ilii. Iti hmm Prev Vul Phi ii and for Ollil Ngew. At of Tom Siote Anil Ninell Mimi receipt Orr acc to. Ili Vimy county and neighbourhood. New advertisements. Attention or Ilio Rimli a h ill Tot following Wetah appear for the lit col of an Iii i Lull i Lily to Muntu Al. I it Levih rub in i Hii ill .1. Mid Lenl or i Ullh Imury u tilt. It la tin or cil t i tin Only i. Will Yon to i celery in err so Nihil. The Flass Woik no nearly eos up to d. .1. Sil Uinn and .1. T ii new car Sih Ker win. C Ochran. Of Thi Pine severe i broke of paralysis. Some of Tho Ini ii have Al Nanct Hutn. Killil oar loads of stud k or re shipped from lore City in Otic Day a Welly. Joseph of theol l of Adams township died on the l Ali nit. James Mcbride of Antrim wits i dlr Huntt o i saturday tin of a wheel m his the dial Limore and Ohio no Burr s Mills was distr Oval in lire in Matti Rivay morning. Commissioner Molly miri1 to making some valuable repairs tie strip Pla and to. I. Taylor Ivinno Unrod to and ii run a sunday school picnic parly at Soi Urton on Only Ith. Mish Lonnie Fisher coloured of Center township lied on . After a k Niss of three months. I Ivald has been employed a Foreman of construction on Trio t Ellaire and Cincinnati Ruil rna i. John Sills has been appointed marshal of Quaker City. The Council hat widely increased the salary to Ono him did Dol Lars a year. W. A. Hunt of Hie to. Flair vice Chron n i., stopped to see tie court Hou e and town Hall heir As lie went the Caldwell convention. Charles Dunlap Tom ust of the Trio of burglars Lui l Cen Pouch of up by juries and when his rail on thursday he pleaded Quilly. 3. W. Yost has been i is an i led of the Belmont county Cost Home. A Guernsey court Al Ivan him great reputation in i profession. The methodist rpm Iopal Church of which Kev. is pastor hat been Cio aed for Lepirs it will to opened on und in. James Noble of Ikumi new Colonl made Iho Jeri Pluck on september she will Peml the Hii Intner it North a Loreu i Michigan. Or. Mai k will continue to drive the Cadin Hack Lor one month. The new and or. Mack could not come to terms but the Hitler ims consented to i Arr the malls one month and thus i i Ive Ilia cont Ricelor a Chance to make i of Iii with somebody else. F. Meek of Coshocton wife of the editor of the died in Trio Ith nil. She was a lady of Many admirable Oil Ilia a of mind and blurt and her i death it mourned by n Circle of friends. The bereaved has the 1 -imvri1 Mem path of the Joti Kkt Sori the time him thirs of the residences of t Imp Liell and Robins have t a. Sent to Hie severally for ten. Und six Eurg making n total of Nenty Fiir years service to the state. Persons have been convicted of felonies i Irwin prosecutor s term of Ollice and without failing in a mrs. Halberstedt in Harkness for Merly of this place was very seriously hint while attending John Libinson s Minim at Cincinnati recently. One of i the lint horses became into i he seals occupied by spec i the horse struck mrs. Lull apr i on the Hack and she has been in a Risiti at condition Ever since. Have been listed in i his cortely As subject to the Scott How tax. Paid. Ten us Loor keepers will not until Iho in camber taxes Are Colle Tod by which time they expect that the whole Law will be passed upon by the supremo court and that constitutionality or other Wise will be fully determined lit. Sci will jumps Moreland Alex. And p. A. Ratiff Harty look the three burglars to the Penitentiary on starting on the noon train. The costs of the prosecutions which Wilt be refunded by the state amounted to k i a this amount does not include utry fees and other rest liar court expenses which the state does not . When i a ionian of last Uuk arrived Clyde. Kansas a Lorton re Union was held consisting of w., in thu if Jas. Av., John w., and S. I Orton. They resolved to Send a representative to the pennyroyal Kunion and judge Norton was chosen to come. He will be hero and in a suit made from Ilio pennyroyal Plant Wilt and Diess the people. Picnic at he a i pm. The picnic at i Yeo port by the r rce masons St. John s Day was As ant As a Pic flu ii Only dry Day with Ilio therm melor a Kinu in in tic Shade. In Tho tear Den i us whore the picnic was hold it was not to warm the Park being Down in a drop Ravine sur rounded on three hides with huge Over hanging rocks front which the water is always trickling in . In this Cool Shady Retreat Only a few rays of Sun Over penetrate. Karly in Tho morning the people Boojun to gather Inlo the town from the sur rounding country. The Freeport band did its utmost to entertain the people until the hour for beginning the Day s programme. In this band Are live Little boys from Nino to fourteen years of age Ami they act Well their part in winning Lor Lilin band the name of Oneal the Best in this Region. The Man Ersillo hand came in with their Lilge Early in Tho Forenoon. They looked Woll in their Grey uniform played Well and carried old the honors of Tho any. The Iii Lodge arrived on Tho noon train and Wero a Good looking set of men. The exercises of the Day were opened by prayer fio Nikov. Knight of miners Ville. Rcv. Smith of Uhrichsville delivered the welcoming address. Rev. John i. Wilson made a Good speech on masonry. He was followed by Liuva. Singely. The i Roo port Lodge entertained All at i angers in a very handsome manner with a splendid picnic dinner. Their Lodge room was want fully decor ated with hags and garlands of Oak leaves interspersed with Lovely Flowers. The crowd was estimated at from eighteen Hundred Towo thousand. Only about half of the members of each Lodge were in the procession Many being old or delicate men who could not be pres ent on account of heat and diet. The Leporter ate a picnic dinner far up in the hear Den where probably dinner and never been eaten since the Days when the red men of the Forest nought its deep seclusion in which to hide from the White men who had be gun to build upon their Hunting grounds. Very Bly was delighted with the exercises and incidents of the Day. I eople of All denominations were present and joined in the social pleasures without re Gard to sectarian prejudices. We noticed Ami in the happiest of the throng an elder of the reformed 1 Resh Terian Church eighty four years of age and two deacons of the United presbyterian Church with the members of their families. Humor that p. I1 auditor of the Cleveland to Marietta rail Road has been appointed auditor and i eneral freight nud ticket agent of the Hellaire Xane Vitle and Cincinnati rail Road with it Woodsfield. His Kimitt will remain in Cambridge at least for the present. Col. Little is one of i he Best Railroad men in the country and if Hie above Rumor is Correct congratulate uni lond company. My. Catharine Mccormick of near Ville. Died on unday. She wins one of lie oldest Reidunn of the Bounly it timed hip venerable Nae she was the Mother of eleven i Hildren Only live of whom Jin e Lii i ill spi Pilj Lureo and for eighty Yeni i she Luibil been a consistent member of Church and bad lived in clip same pin e for Melv Ninive irs. I ii natives of the Miller of this i on nov met at tie Ollice of mine inspector Imvris on Wilur div evening to take Urt Ionin repaid to holding a picnic. It was to Ynve the picnic on july p Ali. mine was to elect three members of the committee on pro l . Aud arrangements. The inn employed at the Ditt ure it met on and fleeced their and i Ommittee Iuen will meet on ne-1 to or Range Ibe Helin ont county miners Are expect i to Jilin in the picnic. I r. .1. T. I i lie son Joseph Lirou the Western land swindle is the latest that have heard of perpetrated in this neighbourhood. And advise our Farmer friends to be on the look out for the swindlers As they Aru very smart Fellows. They Oiler to sell the Farmer Western lands at reasonable prices and convince him by their plausibility that everything is Correct. They even enter into a written contract but do not ask any Money until the Farmer has time to convince himself that everything is they ask is his note. This is sold at the first Opportunity Ami the Farmer never hears of the men or the land again although there is great prob ability that the note will turn up in a few Days in the hands of an innocent Holder. A of hot l. Ill Ilia year jul 4, n slut Igor of very Peculiar Appo Aranco came into the neigh boyhood of Winchester. Whence became and what he was nobody knew. One saturday night he came to the House of John Ultima on Tho Road hot Ween win Chester Washington. To carried a big bundle and in old Book which he called u bib to but just what it was u not known. From saturday until Day morning he was kindly by or. Lennna a family. Lie was either a Tori inner or had some impediment in his speech for nobody could understand much of his talk i it the family soon Learned i hat to considered himself a deity and thai everything had to be done just As he directed. Lie demanded that Tho highest honors be paid him and when a Towel that had been slightly mailed was olt ured him he became livid with passion and poured Down upon the Heads of the family and All possessed the direst malediction. He refused to by nope Neil mid when to departed on monday morning to gave Iceni to understand that to in tended to put to either upon family or something they pos Pesaud. While with hum prayed and Sang almost constantly. On monday morning la suddenly Dis appeared no one saw mud no one in Attiat neighbourhood Ever saw or heard of him again. But about the hour to Dis appeared or. Hanna went to the Yard to catch u Lino Large Mare. To wan sur prised and alarmed to Lizul the Mure act ing As he Hud never keen a horse act he fore. She would reel round and round and then fall Back on her haunches. It is not known that Iho strange old Man did anything to the animal but the superstitious people of that Early Day at once claimed unit he had to witched her. Thousands of people came from near and from far to gee the bewitched Marc and Tho greatest excitement existed for some time throughout the whole Community. Very known remedy was tried to restore Tho Mare but she never improved and ii n ally she was Diol with a Silver Hullet and killed. Llev. Jas. A. Lawrence is in town this week. Miss Lorn Elainea is Homo from 1 Illa Unruh. Henry Green wild is at Shawnce in business. Miss Ida Zanesville in vis iting Here. Mrs. W. A. Davis is Visilios in sum Mit county. Mrs Skinner and son hurry have re turned from Tho South. Miss Georgia Fisher of West i if Niello is visiting i Euls hero. T. Mackey is spending a week with friends in Pennsylvania. The fourth will he celebrate Din Cam Bridge under the auspices of Cambridge Post grand army of the Republic. The following programme will he observed National Salute 0 a. Reception of visiting posts. Mooting of members and old soldiers at Post Headquarters at 0 a. Procession will form on West eighth Street at 10 a. M., consisting of members of the 6. A. K., old soldiers and the Cambridge fire department. Lino of Steubenville a wide to fourth Street thence to wheel ing Avenue thence East to eleventh Sli opt Thespo North to Steubenville Avenue then cutest to Kinhthi Street nud thence to Taylor s prove. Alliv of fa1uc. Infantry crackers cavalry pork Navy Coder artillery i .eun.h. Kmmicise3, til t o clock m. cily bund. it Kev. . Sirsii1. Piilini of the Peel ration of i depend adj. W. Ii. . My sic. Oration. Col. John m. Bush Leld. Music. I Enki Liolion Roy. I. V. Siegli led. The people of Cambridge lire pleased that the project for building a Catholic Church hero is hey innit to assume a tangible form. On sunday alter the services held at the mines three Hundred dollars were subscribed in a few minutes Lor that purpose although the congregation was Small. Father Montig has been in town this week taking subscriptions and making arrangements for the preliminary proceedings. He is energetic yet judicious and the welfare of the Enterprise could not he in better hands. The present intention is to Pur Chase the Beautiful Eminence East of the City cemetery and erect the Church thereon. Sutlief pit grounds Wilt he Pur chased to Lay out a cemetery adjoining the Church. Juvy 4, 1884. The in uamuu1uuk. Post. Fire works. Woo i notes. .1. A. Mcclelland of Cumberland has it fill pounds of Wool at thirty cents. Jonathan i Ose and Chirk Hose of Salesville have bought pounds of Wool this Henson at thirty cells a Pound. Mar uni lxrhli1 Wool Market still remains Ipi Iet with but Little moving at the in ures hollered which is 2s Wool was taken in last Wolc at heiners Villo by messes Wick at10 cents. The latest Honvo from there is up to tuesday of this week nil they Wero then still paying cents. I Limrell Lif Public in 1c. List of purchased pounds in Knoch township at -7 cents Hie Low est figure it which Wool has he in bought. Win. Brownrigg has bought about oort pounds it Sharon Reinersville and Uii go. His first Wai Hinton. Tim old Man is yet a Power. Charles White is Home from Xemia. Washington will not celebrate the 4th. Business a just a Little too Dull to be healthy. Appeals to higher courts is a remedy for set up jobs. The string band was out serenading monday evening. Mrs. Mary e. Craig visited her Mother at Fairview last week. Edward Spence of St Micaville was in town monday night. Charles Merrick of Zanesville was in own wednesday night. Or. A. E. Smith spent several Days of last week at St. Cia Tasville. We. Parker of Cambridge is doing some House painting in town. Home men Are great on proxies and keep a Supply always on hand. Tho Wool Market is dead and All of our buyers have been called Oil. Mrs. Kate Coc Liran returned to hot Home at Bucktown on saturday. Democratic townships have no rights that the ring is bound to respect. Miss Smith is spending a week or two with friends it it. Claraville. Mrs. Mary Liulin of Columbus is visiting her Grandfather h. Clerk la. t urdu took a couple loads of our pretty Girla out picnicking on thurs Day last. Mies Ada Kea left Home on monday morning for a visit to Kimbolton and . Stub Euville. Ico Cream festival at Iho town Hall. Mph. Tho. I. Haynes and Sou of proceeds for the Benefit of Cash Edge Cambridge Aru on a visit to her Mother. Iii1 balance Sylvester a und ice festival will be held in Ibe Csc Ami of july he a Hie methodist Ihu rib Alpsville. Proceeds to be us a in in painting the cd Murli big Lilin Era invitation attended. The asks us Why that natural which is daily i waking from the old Salt on Hiram Ferguson s farm Xiv it no ask is an easier one. To is due to col. I to say that his prophecy concerning column Dore Carrison which last was in adv before Commodore car Rison had any connection with the Cleveland Marietta uni lond. Friend formerly of this place now superintendent of the Street car Stults , was inia tilted on sunday by a discharged employee named Mccloud and brutally Boatmun. A warrant Lias been issued for Mccloud s arrest the tooth of a Mastodon has been found on the farm of Moses Moore of Oxford township. It is 7 inches Long. Inches think and i inches wide and weighs Long pounds. It is u relic of the a and some of forms should be made to find in be same Vicinity other remains relating t. The same period. John m. Warden the Indian Camp and Oiler land owners have leased their West of town in n coat company. Company expects to Lind Olvil feet of at the depth of one Hundred and to feel. If they Ilo n Hall ill be i the i Halliii Inream Ohio rail in the Uil town. The Hillers Here on Sut niday Andon they bewail sinking a Hole in the lot of a. Kainey North of mix. Lot. W. It. Moore of new i . Is ii edit for the new i Iii Paliv. on tier of has about two Iho Saml Worms. She proc Vireil of Nellie Siter of i Lii Ladelphia i a who Inana i s the target raw silk Stahl Ismeit ill the i United tales. The Wolins Are now the Caldwell says that Tilly years ago Chandlersville Muskin gum county had the Silver craze and had it had. A joint Stock company was organized and a Shaft sunk to Nunke the Silver lode that was supposed to be under the Earth at that place. Alter going it feel and linking Willio it striking the Silver it was abandoned and tilled up with debris of various kinds. However in sinking the butt n vein of excellent Coul seven feet in thickness was passed through by Tho Silver miners und As the old abandoned Shaft is near the narrow Road there u a probability unit it will be cleaned out and worked Lor the Coal. We have received u Lull report the exercises of the Lefly ninth commence ment of Franklin College which re Gret come to lining Loo Lute Lor Publica Tion i tinker Hoir for Many years resident of Llop Ehtle Normal College been elected president of Franklin College und ibis is hailed with huli Szuc lion and by All the friends of the institution. This College is one of the oldest ill the Altale nud in lilt Nunin Iii in of Many great and useful men Ani hew inc son when president of Tiu their winding sheets and will soon Boiu the Chryson the apartment when the silk kept while forming the cocoons weather Prophet my discs everybody to keep in the Shade on july ill. He predicts thai that Day will be the warm est of the summer and that the thermometer will show in Haile and 125" in the Iii. I arrives at Ilia conclusion from the fuel july a la is opposite to january i Jih and january lath was the coldest Day Wintch. S. .1. Mcmahon returned last week from Princeton. New , he bad been attending the commencement exercises at Princeton College. 11 ii son b. F. Mcmahon was one of the Grade and full a Many Friendt Here will be pleased to know that ii took one of the honors that of political i philosophy. Ii no Lutle thing when it is consid that Titera were one Hundred Ana Twain in the Elm. Cocoon in stall tins is i a Coco onery a perfect cocoon without the worm about four grains and contains a Libre of silk from the c to four Hundred Yarls in length. I lie recent conventions Here have re ulv Tiou to the importance of having n Hall. H no citizen wishes to build one and i Lureby become n Dii Lii and Well secure Good re turns from Bis invest Nunt Ilia people so Ioulia petition mayor suit unit at n upe Ciul election a proposition in build one. To Mici i c 1 at the polls the proposal must fix n definite sum for its or a minimum and maximum sum. U proposal would be earned by the votes if the named rout is neither too great nor too Small. Put the petition into Mircu Lazion. James Anderson thu specialist Krabo medic surgeon of american surgical Institute Laid Innuso Lis iml., will be at the hotel Cambridge on Somlay mid tuesday uly Toh mid my. All forms of chronic nil surgical diseases and deformities successfully Iren led. Twenty five thou Sand cases annually treated and hundreds that have been pronounced ill lir Noble by their local physicians Are Speed ily restored to perfect health. No Allelic led person should fail to consult Tho doctor while at the hold As by the now and scientific method sol treatment made i United states made a donation of to the col if go. The grounds of Theoni Kibridge driving Park Asho caution Hutli East of town on Tho Morton farm Are being put in order by a Large Force of workmen. Thu Hull mile track is being made according to the regulations governing racing associations and will he. Sixty feet wide. It is said by competent judges to be one of the i mint trucks in Ohio. A grand stand will lie erected at once with a capacity to Cut four or live thousand people. T i Richville milkmen Are very inde pendent. They Havo Rethol Veicl not to sell anybody milk in the Winter who docs not buy from them in the Hummer. The next Gale that blows from the North will probably bring us the news unit l Hrichus Ville ice dealers have Reso veil not to sell ice in Iho Sweet summer time to any per Noii who Rufi Inch to buy ice from them in the Winter. A. Purdum is now the mail Currier Between Washington Mil this place and be has put n very handsome Hack on thu Road. He is u pleasant gentleman and will prove popular with the patrons of Tho Hack line. Tobert Crawford who retired on monday is a gentlemen for whom everybody will wish Success in whatever calling to May engage. Clerk dish and probate judge Coch ran of Itel Nikont county were Here tues Day looking at the court House. They Cru members of the building committee for Tho Belmont court House. Mrs. Kate Dasher und Little daughter Are visit no in Zanesville. My. E. Gallup has been visiting her relatives at so Neaville. De. Strahl of Bellaire is visiting in Wheeling i mrs. Angle Nossett of is visiting relatives in this county. Sire. A. I Rouse will go next week to visit a sister at Sparta Wisconsin. Miss Annie Bell is at Beaver pa., at tending the wedding of a school mate. Mrs. Charles Kainey a spending a few Davs with her grandmother mrs. John Kainey St. Mrs. W. A. Carpenter of Cambridge is visiting her sinter mrs. Andrew steel. T err part 1 pm. Miss Jennie Black is Home from Dele Ware Ohio where she Bun been attend ing Ibe Seminary. Miss Flora Atkinson and miss Mary Osier of bytes Volle were guests of or. Moore s family last week. Or. And mrs. Jed Williams and Are of Flo hoi ton Kansas on a visit to or. And mrs. Asher Williams. William Ferbrache of St. Joseph mo., formerly of this county is visiting Bis relatives in this neighbourhood. Or. C. I. Wall miss Wall and or. C. Warne have acc a visiting friends during the past week in Washington i a. Miss Nannie to. Maurry of ibis place started on tuesday for an extended visit to her brother a. W. In Miry near 1 Erry Iowa. Mist. . Hende has let unify from Columbus where she Hua been visiting she. accompanied in Home by r sin Ter mra will Burl. C. P. Taylor of the 7 inc Vias sult ered intensely for some from a gathering in one of his hands. His Many friends Hope for his speedy cure. Mis. F. Salmon and Little daughter of Cambridge stopped Oil Here monday for a week s visit with her brother s. O. Kit Khz. She will Stop at Lla Relt and visit friends a few Day a and from there to Iowa and Nebraska for Ibe Hiim it acknowledge a pleasant Call from John Corrine of Isabel Illinois who accompanied by his daughter Orra Are making an extended Vin it among friends mud relatives in the neighbourhood of Senecaville Washington. Junker cily und other parts of the county. Rev. John Black and wife visited hero the first of the week being the guests of or. Lillack a family. They were on their Way Home irom Jahier where they Hud been attending the commencement exercises at Kenyon College. Or. Black received the degree of a. From the Scott at Ilioram Shurr has taken in 000 at cents. I it. Hughes it staf Ford about cents. There Are several other Wool buyers at various Points in the comity who have bought perhaps 50.ih10, lit to cents. The Wool in Hoo Kliolz where it is said Tho boat Wool in the county is grown a to a Large extent unsold a Good Deal could to Pur chased it cents straight but a Deal will to hold fur to the Tkac Hebs. Miss Flora Alloway closed a term of school at Northfield on last Friday. Miss Maggie of Londonderry closed her summer school at to. The 2sth. Ti1k grand id be posts. Ill reference to the performance Etc., of the robbing shows at Irand it lipids Michigan Iho daily Deli Urruty thus Speaks not even among the Strong counter at traction of Tho races yesterday afternoon sullied to materially diminish the Large and Ienco which annul rapids always furnishes to a first clans circus such m the Wobbina. At night too the ton i was crowded from Tho Topmost seat to this ring. Are a circus Loving people and it is Many years since Havo enjoyed an entertainment of his kind pasht Susini More genuine Merit Tymn that of last night. In the menagerie the Large horse the heavy weight lifter and other advertised specialities attracted general attention. Many new features Wero introduced in the circus perform Ance. The entire programme was really Loisl fluss in Quality and deserving of great commendation. Liuro Lobbins will be in Cambridge on thursday july 10, and i Hose who expect to see it big show and a one will not be disappointed. Union Mills. Mrs. Joseph Genii is in very poor health. T. I Tumer has added n Good Ware room in ills store. Lla Nunerley is Home from Hoidge on u visit. Weaver so enl Sib Bolh with her brother Al 1 la infield. School closed the Josih in , ill the l oth in Hie District above. C Saie Miskimen has gone to new i Tii Ladelphia to spend the summer. Linage a appeared again lie Hind the counter Der Iii or. Clemmen s absence. Mrs. A Cinda Miller and mra. Frank Stone Are both very Low with consumption. Our Farmers have Tenily All sold their Wool Al. In cents to j. , of Kini Bollnng. T. New store room is comple Leil and he is in new York Cut acini goods. A festival was held Al module s school House for the Benefit of their Sabbath school. Proceeds Alii iut. Forty dollars. Or. Heers of Lewco Merslow was in town Salii Day called by it. Walker is counsel in the Case of Clark Corr who in seriously ill with Erysipelas. Farmers no Busy harvesting and Many of them will be patriotic on the Ith in their Harvest holds. They pronounce the wheat Good. Heads Well filled. Little Holla Lawrence., of the orphan s Home at Vejin is visiting Orienda Here. Delia looks like Ohio was the Good Mother she has proven to to to her soldiers orphans. The families of Benj. Clemmens and his son George spent part the week in Uhrichsville with friends. The visit was Urindo go is to help celebrate Tho birthday of mrs. Clemmen s father who is quite aged. We shall miss Joe a familiar face As during the years he has carried our mail Between Coshocton Andl Kimbolton mrs. Kate Lawrence. The Manly Art of pugilist May have a place in the ring but none in democratic conventions. Mrs. Nellie Ferguson was visiting friends at Columbus last week. Slie re turned Home on saturday. Thomas Smith late clerk at the Smith hotel has accepted a similar position at to Eagle hotel Cambridge. Tho Mission of the democratic party in for something More Noble than to Reg ister the edicts of an unscrupulous ring. The students of the Academy have been Given a vacation of two weeks. Prof. Notestein has gone Home to Penn Sylvania. Michael Burns an Indian Lioy from Carlisle Indian school will make an address at the presbyterian prayer meeting. The Hon. We. Lawrence was congratulated on All hands on Hia arrival Home from the conventions upon his significant Victory Over Bossier and corrupt methods Republican townships furnish All delegates to democratic state conventions. No democratic townships need apply. See proceedings of democratic county conventions this year and last. Or. E. Smith who has just got comfortably settled in the hotel business has decided from Canses unnecessary to mention to remove to St Blairsville and enter upon the practice of his profession. He a a physician of very consid Erable experience and successful in Hia practice. Limbert Crawford made his last run with the mails Between this place and Cambridge on monday. He made As faithful and obliging a Hack Man As any that have Ever preceded him on the route. A. A. Purdum Lias entered upon a three years contract on the same run equipped with a new Hack harness Etc. Tho Public will not suffer in Kach s hands for he will accommodate if he Breaks a Hame a change of postmasters took place on tuesday morning. Mrs. H. Mckisson retiring and mrs. Mary k. Craig enter ing upon the duties of Tho office. To postmaster the town Lias Ever had was More prompt and obliging than mrs. Mckibbon and after a service of More than u years she retires with the Good will of Tho entire patrons of the Ollice. The incoming Oti cml is competent and will make a successful officer. Another of our Pioneer citizens has been Laid at rest. Or. Michael bum Gardner died on saturday morning at his Home one half mile North of town and was Murieil in our cemetery Sabbath afternoon Rev. Donaldson conducting the services. Or. Bumgardner was 72 years old All of which time he passed upon the farm where he died. Since the death of his son John which occurred in 1877, his mind has been gradually growing weak and the past year has been a try ing one to his son William and family with whom he made his Home. At times he was really dangerous and had to be guarded lest he might do an injury to some member of the family. Last april to had a severe Haemorrhage from the lungs from which he never rallied. He leaves u friends and neigh Bors to mourn his Loi ave take great pleasure in correcting the false report so extensively circulated throughout this county that the wife of our old Friend and former citizen Charles Mckelvey had eloped with her brother in Law or. Dunham. published in the Queens county sew York in Tutu a will be read with pleas ure by the friends of the parties m the Case cily june 2kb, Issi. An article was published in he new ouch Nev. Samuel was hero one Day last week. Mrs. Win. Temple is visiting friends at Newcomerstown. Charley Thompson of Kimbolton was Here on sunday. Mrs. Enoch Jones of North Salem is visiting friends Here. Howard Beeks went to Cambridge on monday on business. Humor says there a to be a wedding about the 4th of july. Miss Ida Vansickle of Post boy a visiting at j. W. E. Case of Medina a shaking hands with friends Here. Win. Hulett and wife contemplate making a trip to the West soon. Scott White and wife of visited at Isaac Marling a the past week. Misa Mary Fulkert of dutch Kedge visited at William Lewi recently. Everett Becks and wife of port Washington is visiting at his father s. William Peters and wife of Glasgow visited at William Smith s Over sunday. Temple is buying a car Load of cattle which he intends to ship from this place. Albert Mccoy of this place left for a Uhrichsville where to intends to attend school. Mrs. In gun and daughter of Newcomb Slown visited at . Hills last week. Our Sabbath school has received in invitation to the children s Day exercises to be held at Noil Salem on july Mph. Tuat this season when the pores open j. Freely and the perspiration la abundant Bat Bur Aora humiliating Ernp Sloun. Hotline tort area util Rheum or a psoriasis Tetter ringworm baby he mors so Romulous Floros abscesses and Dan wounds Anil every spec Len of , and pimply Lilac hse Sof the Akin and Mould Are most up Cecily andean no m Mically cared by the Catl Cura Reed leu. It is a fact. Hundreds of letters in oar copies of Welch be had by return mail Are our authority for the assertion that skin Scalp and mood or Crof Ploub a belted May now be permanently cured by Cut Cura he not vent the Liew blood purifier Lute Ruall and Cut Cura and Cut Cora great Hkin cures Aud Sulu Beau tuners externally in one half the time mud at one half the exp Euie of any other Caann. Greatest on Earth. Calloura remedies Are the greatest led ice no on Earth. Had the wont Cane of Anil beam in Tula country. My Mother bail i Twenty years and in fact died from it. I believe Cut Lenra would Hevr saved her life. My arms breast and head were covered Lor three years Bleb nothing relieved or cured until i used the Catl Cura sea Olvett internally Aud Cut Leura soap externally. W. A Baku. Newnan. O. Kimbolton. Carol hem is very Low with Samuel fever. Mrs. Joste Cain of Cambridge visited friends Here last week. John Armstrong of Armstrong Mills has moved to our place. C. S. Pollock started this week to visit Nenda near Pittsburgh i a. John Piper of Springfield Illinois visited at Georgo A Baon s last week. Misses kale Frame and Jessie Thomp son Are visiting relatives in Coshocton Ohio. F. C. Dellarte who Baa been engaged in Selling fruit Trees in Knox county has returned Home. We Are glad to note that Myrlie Yeo daughter of or. Yeo who hag been dangerously ill for some time is slowly recovering. The citizens of the town held a meeting on last Friday night and appointed a committee to Lix the limits of the pro nosed incorporation the indications now Are that our town will be incorporated sure Enouch. Great blood medicines the Ball not been told a to the great curative Powton of the Ful Curil remedies. 1 have paid Brm Ureda of do i urn or Inell Cluett to cure Dokea Leaor tue blood no ankle. And never round any 111 lug yet to Eiju Al the but Lorna homed leu. Juas. A. Williams. Providence. R. I. Cure in every Case. Vona Cal Cuni remedies outsell All Oiler medicines i keep for Aklu Ais Wiem. My customers Mill patients say they Havo site Cirii a cure in every Lua Lauce where other Rem Edler have railed. Ii. , m. 13. F Nuli 1 1 n kill la. N. 11. Mold by All . Ontl Corn Feuu Kego vent. 81 hemp i cents. Poit Kii Ash cd Mihai. Co., Huston mans. For How to Shin die Iii 1 Wall paper. New styles t new Stock Low prices. At to have to offer our customer Largent and Host selected mock All Bridea Aud let Mitt att Cumberland. There will be an excursion from Here to Zanesville on the 4th. Duty Tucker the Young Man who was Sun struck last week in now convalescent. The coloured folks organized a Baptist congregation Here last Sabbath Kev. Howry of Cambridge officiating. Two daughters of Rev. B. Y. Seigfried and their children have been visiting their relatives hero the past ten Days. Robert Glass has a son named Edward Logan who has made a violin with his Penknife which a said by judges to be line in tone. Tho Buffalo Church is having thorough repairs outside and inside. Pastor Kum Ler believes Tho inward adornment is u essential if not More so than the out Ward. The Quaker City Odd fellow paid Cumberland Lodge no. 200, a Friendly visit last thursday evening and the Brethren report a very enjoyable re Union. The Manifest social feature of Tho order to win favor from lookers on. For , Tan and Ori Why Akin and Iti Tatulle Humours line Cutic uru u real bean liner. F Sanford s Radical cure. For Catarrh. Complete treatment with inhaler for one Dollar. The Ireat Balsamic to Hallow of Witch Hazel american Pine Canadian fir Marigold Clover How Annii Etc., called kill Rel Urc to the immediate Relief and Perma nent care of every Furiati of Catarrh. From ample cold in Ine head to loan of Gmell to attaud hearing cough Aud cat arrival c n h u m t t o Complete tree limit Tang of one Buttle of it Edical cure one Box Fiu Arual sol vent Aud use improved la Baler in one package May ii jew be had of All druggists for 91.1w. Auk 101 Mank a lairs Radical Cusk. Tile Only absolute specific know or Tunis. The Lient have Lound in a lifetime of lir. To Aton. Alter a Long struggle with Fra Tarrh the Kad Cal cure has s. W. Monroe leu Mitryk j u. "1 Nave not found a Cave that it did not relieve at pot Tab Otto and clip Micai. Co., Boston. T i la. New for shattered nerves painful mils u cles and weakened or runs. Foll Iii Voutir Korv talc flutter lustfully affects the nervous system and banishes pain Nerv ouse by and debility. A perfect electro Uii Lvan Battery combined with a highly Medici Nal planter for 20c. All druggy in. Feb 21-Ly h c n r or i r m. Kvuei int Lily Market. Otler a Vury liter Lineol window shades both Plain and decorated. Also site clocks ail Pajer is. School books still sell at loot prices. Family and pocket bibles photograph and autograph albums Blank books Ami . Kinds of stationery. And everything belonging to the Book business at York Walters. Sunday giving an ii count of the flight o mrs Mckelvey from this plate in company with her brother in Law. She was merely on a visit to her Zeltt Liefh in a Baltimore and Philadelphia and has returned Home having finished her visit. On her return she waa utterly surprised to learn that an article had been Pulilli Uhd injurious to her character and Londonderry. Tuyn inuit co. Are beginning Lopre pare to move into their new store room. They dosed it lore on monday in or Der id Mark Down goods and now they in Selling Ilio Bent of shoddy bought Lor the purpose of Selling at lower prices than Wero Ever known in Cambridge. The big Adver a. Burnworth will close his school at the mines on this thursday evening with some interesting exercises prof. A. A. Clark formerly of this county has been elected principal of of the Bellaire High school at a salary of Jhoo a prof. Lee principal of Tho cum Bridine coloured schools is an applicant for the principalship of the coloured schools at Gallipolis. Prof. L. B. Who was formerly one of Quern any b successful teachers has been re employed at Dixon College Iii., at a salary of professor love of Londonderry has Given a vacation to Hia school until the the 28th of Only it will Tiffin with a larger number than his Spring term had. For the Benefit of those desiring to at tend the meeting of the National teach ers association at Madison Wisconsin from july 15th to 18th, 18h4, the Balti More and Ohio Railroad company will sell round trip tickets from nil principal stations. Burin ass Noti sikh. Celery plants at Kersey a next the planing Mill. 1-tf Buckeye and Garden City mixer pos plate at j. My of clothing cleaned and repaired at a. Kersey a Bainey Block. Of Send Money it am Khotan Kupu Essco. Money Money refunded if orders Are lost. Sold at nil Ollices of the co. Payable at places every Man woman and child Aloner the route has Learned to know him As he faithfully plodded his Way through san and rain mud and now to furnish is with news of the outside world. Pecan certainly say Well done Good and Faith Ful Joe. Or. Williams of Bride Neville is his successor. Viivi Ici Niin. A uie of most wonderful cures Are to Tang elsewhere in Piper Meini convolution ret. Kates to t40-16o. L50-20c, j.8, pm Obj agent american sex. Co. Trio Farmers say that Trio wheat is Well tilled this year. William Salt Staver is East this week with u car Load of cattle. Mrs. Amanda Gudgeon a spending a Lew Days with friends in town. Mrs. Ada Nowise of Byesville a Rusti Cating for a few weeks with friends near town. Mrs. Thomas Ryan and daughter Flora of Beverly Ohio Are guests of Uriah Winnett. Albert Frame and wife will leave in a a few Days Lor Nebraska. They say business is too slow in Seneca vile for them. Charlie Lepage and Jacob to Brohead expect to Start to Nebraska this week. They intend to follow h. O and grow no with the country. Robins Ero. Have suspended work on their Coal Shaft they were sinking be tween Here and Hartford. They do not like the Outlook of our Railroad. Prof. Langton s. Thompson of Lafay Ette Indiana was at his father s in Oree Wooda few Days last week. To will spend Tho and nor in Tennessee. The methodist Dpi Roopal Church wan Tho recipient of a handsome set of Rhan Saliers last saturday presented by committee of the younger members Pur Lola Decker or. Is much Beller the Paul few Days. 0. R. Brown spent the 2flth and 27th with relatives in Cambridge. Eve. T. Shepherd of Salesville visited his old Home Here last week. Some 20 loads of Wool were received Here the by Stewart and Ciales. ,1. Slut Chinnon of this place took a business trip to port Washington the Emma Bear of Washington township has become much More feeble. Her friends fear she cannot recover. To were visited with a Fine rain the evening of the then All vegetation seems to have a new lease of life. Ellsworth Hibbs and Walter Bethel of Smyrna returned last week from Concord College for the summer Vaca Tion. The Many friends of ii. Niblick will be sorry to learn that his health has rapidly failed since the warm weather came. Kev. W. Taylor and wife and Little son Archie spent the most of the past week in Concord the guests of eve. Spencer the brother in Law of mra. Tay Lor. Several of our United presbyterian and reformed presbyterian friends showed great liberality of views by upending St. John s Day at the Freeport Celebration. Mrs. Hannah Ripley of Washington township returned the 24th, from a visit to her son at the Asylum at Columbus. He has been there Over a year and is still far from Well. Miss sue Crumbacker of the Martin s Feiry school is visiting her father s fam ily at Antrim. She will probably spend part of her vacation at St. Paul Minne Sota in search of health. Miss Maggie who his been severely afflicted with sore eyes has much improved the past week. Her Sis Ter Mattie was compelled to take her Olace in the school room the Moat week. Farmers Busy with wheat Harvest. It the chu9t of tartar. Speedily leaves the surface of Teeth upon which the cleansing and preservative influence of Sozo dont is daily exerted. No form of decay can infest a set of ivories upon which it is used. It has moreover a most refreshing effect upon the month in which it leaves a very agreeable taste besides Render ing the breath fragrant. If the Mouth be rinsed with it after smoking the taste of the tobacco is entirely dissipated. As an auxiliary to personal comeliness it cannot too highly be extolled. Sold by druggists. July 3 1m North Salem. Ii. Kirin Worth was in town Thia week. Mrs. Win. still remains very poorly. Mra. Enoch tones is visiting relatives at Guernsey. Sick mrs. Moi Iger mrs. Kendrick Harry Porter e. Jones and . Children s Day will observed at he United presbyterian Church on tie Lily of july. Mrs. Mary Mckim and daughter Lime of Cambridge visited at k. Por Ter s last week. An interesting Sermon was preached at the United presbyterian Church on Sabbath by Kev. Berkshire of Gilmore. Samuel Luccock is having a new House erected on his farm about one half mile West of this place. Kex Cushion rates. From july 3d to Fath the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad company will sell round trip tickets to Chicago at Low excursion rates Good returning until july is inclusive. The Baltimore and Ohio is the Only line Landing passengers at the exposition building where the convention will be held and near the principal hotels. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad will sell round trip tickets to and from All stations at Low rates on the 4th of july. These tickets will be Good going on july old and 4th, and will be Good returning until july 7th. Are you failing try Wells health pc my pure clean wholesome _ for brain Verne stomach liver kidney lungs. An . Cures headache fever ague chills debility a weakness. Kloe to unequalled Tor torpid a liver night ats nervous weakness seem Al ice clone. E for at druggists. Ersey City n. J., . A. B. Wills j Bucu Paisa remarkable cures of Catarrh of the bladder inflammation irritation of kid Neys and bladder Stone or gravel Dis eases of the prostate stand. Drops Cal swellings female diseases incontinence of urine All discuss of the Genito urinary organs in either sex. For unhealthy or unnatural discharges use also Chatta a injection each Al for syphilis either contracted or hereditary taint use Chipin s cans Titu Tion bitter syrup per bottle and Chaple a sophil fico lulls and Cha pin s Syph Laitio save bottles snip of pills 1 Salve by express of receipt of s10.00, or at uru deism. E. Jersey City k. J., c. S. A. The fall term at Thi Zanesville uni Irner business jul Lull june lit by. Hopewell. Mrs. John Hill who is ill of lung eve is recovering slowly. We. Patterson has been spending a few Daya with his father in Center town ship. David Martin has been employed to paint the methodist episcopal Church of this place. James Hutchison who Lias been con fined to his bed for several weeks is better at this writing. Miss Lizzie Chapman of Washington county Pennsylvania was visiting relatives of this place and Mantua last week. Born. June 23, 1884, to or. And mrs. W. V. Liar in of Cambridge a daughter. The 20th of june 18s4, to or. And mrs. C. S. Johnston of Hopewell a son. Or. And mrs. Ii. W. Piatt of Cambridge on june 1884, a daughter. The 23d Day of june 18s4, to or. And mrs. Ueo. A. Hay of Coshocton Ohio a daughter. The 22 of june 188-1, near Linton Mill to or. And mrs. Angle a daughter. I married. Began this year about the Soth someday in Advance of other seasons. The Farmers Are wearing Happy faces Over the Good Prospect. It is Well filled free of rust and a Good stand. Hukle and one of Hia boys found a swarm of bees be thinks As Large As a half Bushel hanging on a limb of a tree in a Large body of Woods. He lived them and they Are filling his hive with the nicest of Honey. Some 18 months ago David Sears near Freeport had a Tine new barn Burnt by lightning. He immediately built an other on the same foundation. The 21st of this month the new one was struck by lightning and badly damaged in one the 26th Dav of june 1884, at Senecaville by Kev. Satterthwaite or. Become Rich and miss Telitha Larrick. Ayer s Cherry pectoral. "orrville.oliio, sept. 10, colds. Having been subject to n bran Cli Lul affirm Loii with from Cunt i Lilg for a number of 1 certify that Teum cite Kun pc Tojim. To prompt Relief Ami is the most Elv Tuo remedy 1 Liao Ever Trizil. A jigs a. Hat Tox 1-Mitor of the lit. Gile Rul Ohio june a coughs hate used avs Pec . Elliis Spring or .1 Vero a Mikuli and lung trouble with effect Ami i am please in to it to any Cue similarly affected. I Lauvry Bali ill a proprietor 11 .1.1." i Fri Akka no or. Mass. Jan 3-Ty n set p c september 1st, 1884. Circulars of information now ready for distribution. Make arrangements Early. Correspondence solicited. Threshing a no. 1 Eglit machine going an new in the Bett running Nyler mounted Power does tie very by Stop .rk. Price very Low on reasonable terms. The Bent of Worth nearly Llie Money i Keil Lor All. To convinced there ibb bargain All Vou need a to Nee it. Call on e. Newnom 3 Miles South of Bridge. Jue 19-4w Kip out of the condition of the Central National Bank. At , in the state of Ohio at the close of business june 2oth, 1884. Bks Oduces. Loans u. B. Bonds to secure circulation. Other and due from approved Reserve Aeouls due from other National real estate furniture and fixtures current expenses and taxes paid. Premiums paid checks and other Cash items Bills of other Danks fractional paper currency Nick Leland Pennis specie Leal tender notes redemption fond with . Treasurer 5 per cent of Irvon h 74 is 12 17 91 liabilities. I Petal Slock paid in fund lev led protts. _55 7.1 of 70 co ks5 so died. The morning of the 28th, in aged 14 Montha infant daughter of Calvin and Emma Barthalow. Hil Loual Bank note human Dong to dividend unpaid 00 individual deposits subject to Check demand certificates of Deposit. 1i.7m due to other National bunks. So 52 payable. u 70 chased with the Money raised at a Festi _ Vil in m. N. Umstot s Ball last fourth of end. Tobii time it struck All Ine Fri in a july i direct act Row where i did special notices. A card. To All who Are angering from the and of youth nervous Early decay loss of manhood 4c i will a realm that will euro you of blk of of Okbae. Great Remery a. Ula and Bell. Subscribed and sworn to Belore me Tala 3utu a of june. Business College Zanesville Ohio. N. instruction during july and August. Mento Edi Blithe 1852. The Sturtevant lumber co. Cleveland Ohio manufacturers Ana Pine lumber Boon Etc. We Bavetta inc Lory in the state. Paid for hard Wood . You Are liar truth fat on if you s. M a Jaku ton Wagon Scales. Ctm Box. 1-Inl. Priv l. Lvi Fuhl . Or eng . X. May 8-Lyr wants Foh advertisements under but to in Luite Only Wilt not be delivered at Hart Mun lure Sponito Advertus menu in i Geol Uran be sent to a. Hutcmsos1 directors. E. W. Matin Kwh. Notice to taxpayers. Novilee la hereby Given to the taxpayer. Of Bllou can make blk our blog piles and Point jul tonal want nun work and Pimp bin Puma. Fun Agency s Wert the enl Wal for news Fafri

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