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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1897, Cambridge, OhioThe jeffersonian thursday. 1897. Mrs. George Blake and Alice who have been visiting mrs mall Yar of East Wheeling Avenue returned to their Home la Marietta saturday alter at m. E. Parsonage Cam o. July 29th by Rev. J. M. Court House news. Pleas court. A. K. Broom is. Tho City of Cam Bridge. Temporary injunction modified. Dismissed As to the passage of ordinances for the payment of claims continued card. John junes and miss Ella for testimony As to the making of in Johnson both of pleasant Guernsey prove fonts. An immense confronts the person who thinks of travel inc i had the Money it would 1 Hurt it there was any need of Etc every one Knowd the horrid but one does t realize their Baleful influence. These convert natural into Teeth perfect Teeth into tiled Teeth b an Wiful Teeth into anything but . Strangle them All a they Pon have Noi Hine to do with them. Talk to a re liable dentist. We Are ready any time for visitors. Gold crowns Best Teeth a set of Teeth. A Good set Silver fillings. Teeth cleaned. S 5.00 10.00 5.00 8 00 50 50 county. The City of Cambridge is w. W. Total Cost at Franklin new Zard and the Cambridge Gas and electric a year or and 25 co. Case submitted on Misti of As to the Days work. Ladies May engage rooms Sull Cliency of the petition or. U. C. Purdum new phone York dentist Craig build inc the near styles in fall dress goods at 3. New fall silk for waists and trimming at Craig s. August bicycle Given away at turn can Gas shoe store. Mrs. H. B. Williams and children Are visiting in Soble county. A Larse lot of Wool dress goods Rem ounts for skirts at Raiji s. Bicycle free and summer shoes at bar gain prices at Turnbaugh s will Aryl of North 10th in ill with symptoms of fever. A bicycle ticket is Given on each i 1 Purchase at Turnbaugh.-. A marriage License Hai been issued to Homer Starr and Aura Swank. A marriage License has been issued to John Lames and Ella Johnson. Mrs. J Ohn of o is visiting relatives in Cambridge. Why buy a bicycle when you can get one free at Turnbaugh s shoe score. July 29 to flon j. N. Morgan and a daughter. Prof. H. B. Williams is in Caldwell this week As a lecturer in the teachers Institute. To or. And mrs. L. 11. Campbell. Of the end aug. A daughter. Boy your fall dress goods and Haye them made before the Rush. New goods at Craig s. To or. And mrs. J. C. Longsworth of the East wednesday j tily a Dong her. C. H. Richey a prominent merchant Noble has made an assignment. Frank m. Gardner has commenced the erection of a Fine Brick residence on North 11 st miss Bessie of is the guest of w. Garvin and family on Foster Avenue. My. Mary is the guest of mrs. Chas. On West Wheeling Veuve. The indications in Weet Virginia Are Mote hopeful now than any time since the beginning of the strike. Or and mrs. Frank m. Gardiner of South 12fh monday August a daughter special bargains at Carpenter s in farm Grain pious and galvanized wire Lor the next ten Days miss Emma of neb. Was in Cambridge Over sunday on her Way to visit at i pleasant Patterson has returned from a pleasant vist with his mrs. Kev. Cabs in Massachusetts. According to the enumeration of youth of school Cambridge now has for thirty cents per week. Kent of books Price. The two Monthe old daughter of or. And mrs John at Barnes Ville of cholera in fan turn. The body was brought to Cambridge sat. For torment. Mewis. Grant George Beckett and de Amos left saturday night for Mountain Lake Park my. And Wash d. C. They will be gone about two weeks. We Are informed that or. Barr w ill main the managing editor of the Republican Piess As recent trans fers of Stock did not disturb the existing management. Key. S. Mcmunn and two of his William and will go his Mother tit est a. This week to visit his mrs. Mary hitch in. Raymond who Hai been attend ing school at and his sister mrs. Charles of Are visiting their parents. Or. And mrs. Keyes on Wheeling ave. The Cumberland Echo has been sold to h. O. Goodrich who will conduct it Hert after As a Republican paper. Miss May will retire from the news paper business. Rev. Or. George of washing is visiting his or. Aud d preached two at the Ter Lan Church on Sabbath any. Mrs. Ellen Fleming and miss of Are the guests of Hon. W. K. Boden s family. Miss Flem ing is a stenographer in state school commissioner Curson s office Rey or. Mcfarland presented us with an Apple of the Bently Sweet of last growth in a Good state of pre that was kept in the Ordinary in a cellar by mrs. Elizabeth me Cort. The Hay Trade from reports from All sections of the country estimates the Hay crop of this year at with to Toper cent Indica Ting the largest crop grown in Many years. The Tariff will make goods higher bought our Stock before the new Bill went into Force. Can sell them lower Thau merchants that buy and get them later. No Advance in prices at Craig s. Annual clearance Sale of summer shoes Oxford ties and slippers at Neyer before now going on at turn a tight. A bargain in every pure Lutse and a ticket on the bicycle for every Dol Collar. The Young people s Christian Union of the United presbyterian pres Betyy of will hold their annual convention at Sand sept. 15 and 16. By order of the executive com Mittee. Woodsfield has increased in population Between 300 and 400 since the census was taken in 1892. The remarkable Oil production of Monroe county has Given Woodsfield quite a Boom Ana it is ing up Light along. J m. The photographer of North 7th Nydea picture of the eclipse thursday or. Camp Bell was fortunate in getting a Good neg alive. It was taken about 9 o clock when the eclipse was at us Best. Mats Emma who has been at tending a school of oratory in Pittsburg where she was recently awarded two handsome Gold was the guest of mrs. .1. E. Mcclelland on her to her Hurace in Cumberland More diseases Are produced by using Brown soap than anything else. Why run such terrible risks when you know that do dbl s Floa ing Borax soap is absolutely grocer has it or will get it for you. In red wrappers Only. While goods Are advancing id All lines of there is no line of merchandise that is As Low As and we have prepared ourselves while prices were lowest to take care of our Many patrons. Read our new list in this paper. The a population exceeding eight if you want Cambridge Gro. Co. 5-2t Grace c Quinn is Jain a Quinn. Defendant Jimes Quion has filed an Annei and Cross petition in this Case setting up adultery Ami extreme cruelty. Casks James m. Warden is Mary e. Mccart for balance on account. Muscle Burnworth is claim do Force. J w Campbell is s. C. It al. Foreclosure amount Robert Rice is Ellis Kellcy Appeal from Justice ringer s court to the com Mon pleas. Amount claimed t. B ringer is Mary j Caldwell it al foreclosure of Mechanic s Lien. Amount i claimed m Vilt lion sri. Forest Windland and Deba i Force. The City Council the City Council assembled in regular session monday All members pics ent but Orme and Carnes. Ordinance no. 20 or Olding for the payment of cer Tain Bills therein mentioned was passed All present voting Aye. The three Bills of t. J. Can Mick co. For lights were stricken from the ordinance and the claim of we. Blair for Reward of offered by mayor Longsworth added to the list. Ordinance no. 27 for payment of cer Tain Bills was placed on us third and final Reading and also the dog ordinance Nas passed and or dered published. Building permits were granted to r. U. To erect a two slate roof dwelling on Smith end of lot number 4 in Meredith s second to John a one Story Frame slate Rool dwelling on Noil half of lot number so on East Wheeling Avenue. The Council then proceeded to the election of two additional Deputy Marsh candidates announced wer comnes Malloy. John 8. C. Chas Ford w. Blair fourteen ballots were taken without re or Malloy received one vote or. Brislis received three votes throughout except on fourth Aud thirteenth or. Blair received three votes throughout except on fifth Billot. Adjourned. I for an Ohio Man. Thousand lace cur you can find the largest and finest k at right prices at Craig s August 20 the handsome High Grade by Eycle will be Given away at Turnbaugh a ticket Given with each Dollar Purchase. At the Youngstown conference the by a vote of 13 to 12 agreed to accept the operators 10 a ton. Samuel Winkler and John of Are the guests of or. And mrs. W. Keiser on the South Side. S. S. Linn recently sold a pair of Snow Flake mares to parties from East liver Pool and East Good Long ladies always want the latest in dress goods that is Why tie dress goods depart ment is so the new fall goods arc in at Craig s. 72-2t. Mrs. L. E. Wife and of Are the guests of or. Bremond s mrs. A. C. Cochran on West 8th Street. The John Rainey or. Property on 5th Street mid Steubenville Avenue failed to sell sit. Afternoon on account of there being no bidders. John Albaugh has closed the Deal for the farm he lives on near known As the win. Mack farm of 150 consideration lira. Ella Tibball and of sister of the late col. J. M. Bus Ifield Are i siting mrs. Col. Bush held of North Lith Street. Noal Lepace and John Tinner have e. F. Barton s interest and a part of o. M. Wiley s interest in the wait Cambridge floating Mill. Ii. W. Ewalt and and mrs. Cub. Of w. Are the guests of or. And mrs. B. B. On weat gomber Avenue. Phil a prominent Fanner and horse of near Antrim or f of in tenant of the children s Home society Edge to monday and returned tues. Morning taking with him two boys who w Ere inmates of the Guern sey county children s Home for whom he has found Homes. During the Celebration on the 3rd of july and the Dede cation of the i. 0.0. F. Temple some one by mistake carried away a chief patriarch s regalia of the Cambridge Encampment. Whoever it was is requested to return the same to the Cambridge Encampment. Our old Friend Stout of mid Way. Informs us that he has been a regu Lar Patron of the j jeffersonian for a half Century Anil that it has been a weekly visitor in the Patterson family Ever since its first or that of its immediate predecessor in Washington. Mrs. E. Of w. And mrs. John of this who Haye been visiting relatives and friends in returned to this City wed slay. Mrs Sears is visiting her e. Clark and will remain Here some time before returning Home. Or. And mrs. E. J. Mcilyar were in handlers Lille Taes. Attending the Funer al of mrs Elizabeth Rose who died Sun Day. Mrs. Rose was a native of the Isle of Guernsey and came to this country with the first Colony from that place which settled in this county in 1810. Mrs. We. M. Of st. To. And mrs. St of East o. It a pleasant Call and Aid his toward oar subscription list. Him Agni Baker who has been visit ing and friends Here has returned to her borne in new Philadelphia Achilta Are the guests of miss Linn Albright and other relatives in Cambridge. Mrs. Wal Ker and mrs st. Clair Are daughters of the late Benj. Albright. Mrs. Walker has been absent from Cambridge for 41 years. Charles an employee of the c. M. Car repairing department was badly injured on monday. He was engaged in cutting a heavy piece of Timber at the shops when the Hatchet he was using slipped from his band and a Yery painful Gash in his right leg just above the knee. He was taken to the of lace of or. Ware where the wound was dressed. The last sunday in september will be association in All the sunday schools in the state of Ohio. The executive committee of the state association of sunday school superintendents has arranged a program to be rendered in All the sunday schools of Ohio on the Day in question. The Day is becoming acting Secretary Melklejohn Haea Waid de a Metal of Honor to Captain Charles m. Of Denison Gran Ohio. At it. April an assault being in a recon Naissance consisting of 2o men having met with severe loss and this officer then first lieutenant one Hundred and seventy eight new York re Quested permission to reconnoitre the work and did so under a heavy fare from the and obtained valuable information that was made the basis of orders for the assault that followed. Lieutenant Rockefeller with a advanced the line exposed to the tire c both the attack and and captured 300 of the enemy who would other wide have escaped. Rev. John m. Of Tex. The guest of his mrs. James on East 8th while on his re turn Home from the Canada. National Epworth league convention. At a meeting of the labor Day com Mittee held in mayor Luccock s office saturday evening the names of John i Richards and John Crispin were added to the soliciting committee. The use of the court House Square has been granted to the labor Day committee for the Cele bration. An excellent program is now being arranged for that Day and efforts Are being made to secure a number of Well known speakers. The following Are the dates of a num Ber of county lairs this Guernsey at sept. And oct. St. Sept. Oct. 13 14 and Lancas oct. 13. And 30 and oct. Aug. 24-27 incl aug sept. 1 and sept. Sept. 7-10 canal sept. 21 21 sept. 7 10 inclusive. The enumeration of youth of school age in Cambridge has been completed and we summarize it As total number in in a gain of or three rooms of Over 40 pupils males females be tween the Ages of c and 8 be tween 8 and 14 Between 14 and 16 Between 10 and 21 years. 399 of the total number Are inmates of the children s lome. Of the total number 1372 Are directly amenable to the truant Law. The partial eclipse of the Sun thurs morning was quite generally observed by our citizens both Young and old. Hun needs might be seen along the streets and perched in holding up bits o smoked Glass and watching the Shadow As it slowly crept Over the South limb o the Sun and As slowly crept off again the eclipse though Only partial was sufficient to Iii Ike quite a difference on the brightness of the Sunshine on the Eaith the sky was almost cloudless and an excellent Opportunity for observation a afforded. The labor committee of arrangement have arranged for a grand mass to be held in the court House Square thursday August 5th. This is to be a indignation meeting and n protest again the injunctions which Are been issued to suppress the assembling of the striking miners. Hon. C. Pierc Sec y of the u. M. W. Of a mayor i w. Hon. R. T. Scott and Torso Len h. Morgan will deliver addresses. One fare round trip rate on the c. M. From Point pleasant and All Sta Lions North to John a. Forsythe editor of the sey Williams Pickering. Two hearts now beat As one. Grand reception Given the Bride and Groom while on their Way to the depot. An old building. Most notable event that occurred mrs. Mary m. Parkinson. Mrs. Mary Marcaret of w. Died at 5 a. To july woman s Ork around the hotel was the shooting of m her Home. Mrs. Parkinson was a Hnnry Droye by sol Bister of mr8. A. J. Of is never and it is especially wearing omon Parish. A Large drove of fat hogs am the oldest Datl Gater of John and wearisome to those Whoso blood is had stopped Lor the night. They were who came to August impure and unfit properly to sus Henry l. A Hunt of and kept in a South of Tho hotel now Gaston s addition with the drove were a number of men. The night a fearful storm of rain and sleet miss Martha b Down a it mail log it i were happily United la mar Lor Tho hog8 to travel and the Lage thurs. At a. tie children s and she was United in marriage with j. L. Parkinson in the room now of pied by the Dally Jeffere Onlan. She United with the u. P. Church and renew the wasting of muscle and tissue. It is More because of this condition of Tho blood that women Are run Kev. Or cart performed the cer Mon in the presence of about fifty of lie immediate relatives and in lend of he contracting and the Oflia vials and employees of the Home. The Bride gowned in a handsome Tiitu clog Uit. After the ceremony and congratulations a Nice wedding breakfast was served by supt and mrs. The trustees of the Home and their Lyes were maj j. Vav. Zimro and f. L Rosemond and w. 8. Flea de and Samuel the fourth member the Board As not present. The advisory irs. W. A. Mrs. J. E. Sankey and irs. C. L. It Cmpbell and their husbands Ere also present. It was a very pleas it occasion. All present certainly to Joyed themselves the Bride Ima been a valued employee t the Home for the past six and As a Large Eycle of funds. The Groom eeds no introduction to the of Cambridge or Guernsey As he has Ved ill his Lile in Cambridge. At pres it he is engaged in the shoe and jewelry Usi nees on Wheeling Avenue. At 11 15 the Bride and Groom left the lome for the train. Charlie Singer with White cockade and streamers on his hat ruled them away in wheel no Avenue Ana 12th Street a band of a hirers to the number of about thirty a busted the a hitched tie attached ropes to the let own the vehicle and hauled if Down Street. Charlie Ioil owed with is tall la Street another Host surrounded the and attached to very Corner Lingo Wiite and is Pended a Large Blue More conspicuous than from Back. With the band in procession moved on to the depot. The wore a score of bicyclists on Cir a Large number of Young eople of both sexes on foot about the and a dozen or More private Ouy pences. Prom All sides Rice was Irown. The pavements were thronged id Many windows were and in in nne hags were waving. From Green s Orner the Bidic Groom went afoot to 10 and for first to last were Pelt d Rico thus with the band playing spectators and the Rice Fly no the couple boarded 103 on e b. O. And departed. n wedding has occurred with n Twenty years but or. Williams has in i fishy devote d his talents to making in Nonio Rable for the and in this Illy and boisterous manner he reaped is Reward. It is pretty generally agreed at the debt Lias been but the inces Are that will he awake at ight later on to even with some of 19 Leaucia. Lie is to be consoled by the inflection that the time oled mor Charlie Boden and al. Arches is coming later on. Many useful and Beautiful Linen and articles of Ere and Best wishes were bestowed by the ton. If anybody enjoyed it More than Char j he id invite 1 to Send his name this Ofhie. In the or fora in la would be an excellent tie for a work of firtion which my flit be filled in regard to the adventures of Iree Young ladies of this who Star 1 out thursday to attend a picnic to men they had been invited of course is not necessary to mention any t it be sufficient to say that All three Are Romi Cut in Cambridge society and tills they Aie not say it and thing in in to tie r Mahvi but on the con Are try ing to keep it from Binu Lade they Are enjoying Many Dueh to omit their trip it scums it a Low ago the free Young la s received letters from a Small town Outh of Here inviting them to a picnic o be Giyen near pleasant City thursday f this week. It goes 171111001 saying Hie Oung ladies accepted the glad t an Opportunity to spend a Day in the country. In the meantime the parties were to give the picnic abandoned Cir project and wrote to the Young idles telling them that the picnic been they did not Ece Iye the letters and thinking the Pic in would be held Accra log to schedule Nade preparations to attend. Bright and arly thursday they procured a horse and ugly and started out for the hey arrived at pleasant City in due me and drove to the picnic Grove but Here they met with a disappointment instead of finding a Happy crowd of blends they saw Only the Trees and Ben Hes. Thinking they had come to the wrong Grove they drove to not ice Grove Only to meet with the same Lee ult. By his time dinner hour had but As he Young indies had brought nothing to thinking that they would get their dinner with the picnic and and no Money they were forced to go hungry. After driving around in the Woods for some time and not finding the the Young ladies concluded to Arlve to Caldwell where they were Well known and to get something to eat. Here they Learned for the first time the picnic had been postponed. The Young Adies arrived Home Safe Friday after solemnly promising each other not say anything in regard to Lier however some one broke heir Promise and now the i lends of the Young ladies Are enjoying the joke drove was ice bound for some Days. On Tho West Farrar lot there was a known As the Billy Hooks Cabin. Hooks Wii an Early coming to Cambridge with the George u. Tingle family. Old sol. A life his lived in tins Cabin. There were Young women Mem Bers of the family the drove hands in attending to the hogs passed Buck and Forth along Tho Street West of the Cabin. One hey made a raid on the Cabin and endeavoured to Gam an Entrance by pounding on Tho door and windows. Par Rish jumped out of seized his and opened the the men ran in the direction of the Parrlee fired at random in the darkness and Tho Ball struck inflicting a mortal would. He was taken into the his wound dressed and then Rem Yod to the log West of the then occupied by Andrew where he was cared for under the direction of the Over seers of the poor until his death a few Days later. Parish was arrested and bound Over to await the action of the grand jury. At the july term of the common pleas court a d. He was indicted for murder in the second degree and at the same term tried and found As charged in the indictment. The jury having separated before returning their on motion of Deleu Dant s the judge set Falde the verdict and ordered n continuance to the next term. Parrish had i lie sympathy of the people of Cambridge Iid gave Bond for his the most notable Bond in the history of Guernsey county. It was signed by Thomas Watt Holch Ard Hobert 15. Adam we. Lolin John . Peter Sarclet. Lames m. Ebenezer Smith Auu Francis Dou Anchett. At the next term of october there came the following Good and lawful Amos John John Dyson Hugh Alex Ander Sidward John Samuel Henry Samuel John Porter and Alex Ander Ancal. James m. Bell Esq. Rep resented the state and John m. Goode of and Samuel Cul of were appointed to defend. Tub Case was tried and the jury returned a verdict of guilty of Man Slaughter. Parrish was the following to serve three years in the Ohio at hard by the presiding Jeremiah ii a Laller. After serving about one year of his sen Parrish was pardoned and returned to Cambridge to relate the stories of the doings at the old on Scioto and Mound Nathaniel of Knox War Den those no have travelled the National Road May have observed in the 8t Chalrs Ville a Marble representing a Man with his right Arm Eleva ted and holding in his hand a Brief. That was erected in Honor of John m. C4oode non Esco who was contemporary with judge John c. Charles Ham mond Esq Hon. Benjamin and fudge h. H. Levetty of the Western Ohio bar. To continued. C. M. Excursions. Wheeling at the age of sixteen years and than because of the work itself. Every during life was a devoted Christian and a physician says and that the Only Rem e by is in building up by taking a Good nerve blood purifier and Vitalizer like Hood Sarsaparilla. Forthe trouble Peculiar to women at change of season climate or or resulting from hard and impure thousands have found Relief and euro in zealous worker. She leaves three Hild Ren to mourn the loss of a Mother. Mrs. A. Clark was notified of her sister s death by Telegraph and started for on b. 0. Train 104 at 2 p. M. To be present at the funeral. Mrs. Madison Arbuckle. Mrs. Inanna wife of Madison died at her Home on North Street years. She had an attack of bomb time ago that left her with heart trouble from which she died. She leaves a husband and one d 18 year Brief funeral services was he d at the residence at 10 a. In. Conducted by hey. the body was taken it Zion Baptist in Jackson township immediately following these where a funeral Serunt was preached. Tery. Interment in it. Zion Ceme o. Excursions. On August 0 and 10 the Baltimore Ohio Railroad will sell excursion tickets to Columbus. For All regular trains at rate of one Fure for thu round account people s party state convention. Tickets will be Good for return until aug ust an Augu it 10 and the Baltimore Ohio Railroad will sell excursion tick ets to it. 01 10. For All regular trains at very Low account Ohio state Camp meeting. To will be Good fur return until August for further information Call on or and nearest i. 0. Ticket or b. N. Can l passenger Ulrica 111. Notice. On aug. 3rd and the c. M Ivy. Will sell excursion tickets to Phila at one first class limited fare Lor the round account National meeting league of american ticket. In rent ruins until o h on aug. 9th Ltd Lola. The c 11. By. Will sell excursion tickets to at one fare fur the round trip account state convention Peoples Good returning until aug. 12th. On aug. And the 0. M. By. Will sell excursion tickets to Spring o at rate of two cents per mile one Way Short line distance for the round account Union Veteran legion National Encampment. Tickets Good re turning until aug. 21st. On aug. And the c. M by. Will sell excursion tickets to o at one fare for the round account Centenial anniversary of the City. Tickets Good returning until 27th. On aug. 21st and the c. Ito m. Will sell excursion tickets to Buffalo n. V at rate of two cents per mile Short line one Way distance for the round trip. This rate is less than one cent per mile actual distance travelled. Tickets Good returning aug. 24th to and subject to an Extension of limit to sept. 20th by depositing ticket with joint agent before aug. 1897. For further Call on or address c. M. By. Ticket agents or e. W. G. I. A. O. We desire to announce that we have hand a Complete line of the Well know n old reliable dryer Lei comprising All grades from the cheapest to the Best. We carry them in Stock. When Yuu buy of us you imy no agents cominis son. We do not canvass and Are at no expense to sell the goods our prices and will buy . Popular Price California excursions the Santa be route doily excursions to Chi Liloria in tourist sleeping cars Are deservedly popular. Cams Are of Newett pattern and very every Neo ussury convenience. These excursions Are accompanied by Pullman conductors and and lire by Many of the Best people. Low ticket rates. The Santa be a California line is remarkably picturesque. Its Middle courses across the continent Abolds extremes of heat or cold. For descriptive address t. Gunalp general agent 417 Walnut Street o. July 29 of cart of Mil. Eni Roit. I desire through the medium paper to tender my thanks to the Many Iri Encl and who kindly administered during the sickness and death of my wife Legal notice ii it Clicc of residence1 is win take notice on this j Fth of hiatus Docx let 11 led Theli i Iofi in to com i or co Union phys of u count against the in ii my Ai and prayer or said petition is Coic govt r Judt finn rot f 1 11 Stipon an account. Cider of attachment issued i Gafner and lurid upon of Tjie Ile in this Case. Saul Hiir is required to answer r said Peti Tion by t be Tali Day of is 17. L b go ill. T Ampi Jill att a. J at 0. L. D. D. S. Crow 11 and a Ridic j i Init w. Brant Lover plumb steam water fitting. Iron until sinks and 1 inns of All kinds Lorsa e cheap. Repairing done and work guaranteed. Shop on West Side court Square Ohio. Reunion. Changes in c. M. Force. Official notice Lias been Given by i real Dent Baldwin that irom and after aug ust 1 the office of superintendent of the c. M. Railway is abolished and All communications heretofore made to that officer will hereafter be addressed to the president. The office of train master has been re Vived and j. M. Williams designate with Tolice at Cambridge Aud hereafter All orders respecting the move ment of will be issued Over the signature of or. Williams. Or. Williams has Long been ail employee in this and one of the most the first annual reunion of the teach ers and scholars of the Raccoon school was held thursday july 1897 in Strick s Grove near Winchester a Large crowd was present. Speeches were made by a. G. Hon. Jas Rev. Robt. Davidson. The following old teachers were present and spoke j. Or. W. B. D e j. E. Lawrence and judge j. A. Weyer. Joseph of Illinois who attended school in this District Many years spoke briefly. The Antrim band present and la Ruisard Good music the Basket the re Union of scholars and neighbors made the occasion a very pleasant one. An organization was effected As judge Bento Wirick executive Vav. 0. P. M. Hobt. Montgom Ery and j. D. Wilck. The Date of the next reunion was not fixed. I c. M. Excursion lightning hot drops what funny name i very but it kills All pain sold every Day without there is no pay i Hood s Sarsaparilla the one True blood purifier Jar Bottlo. Prepared Only Bye i Hood Moss. O pills to take s Pius with Hood s Sar Saparia. Opium drunkenness outed la 1c to 201179. He mro1 of. J. L. Stephens. Lebanon. Ohio. August Price s. Hazel Coffee 2 pounds Magnolia Large sack sack White Satin flour Large sack lunch biscuits per Pound f nickers per Pound Ginger snaps per Pound 25 10 55 10 08 05 05 2 Pound package rolled Oats 05 flood Broom 08 Sloyer drip syrup per gallon 18 pint Diibon Yiirs per 44 quart Mason jars per dozen 49 gallon Mason jars 64 a Pound can Boston baked Beans 05 cans Lake Shore tomatoes 20 3 cans Best Corn 20 dry Salt cure meat per Pound 00 breakfast Bacon per Pound 08 Pickle Dork per Pound of California hams per Pound 08 your friends for you to think hard stubborn facts i bout. Good groceries wore As cheap in the history of the world As you will secy arc Lully Reade this Liat. To ibs Giann Latch sugar. 21 los a sugar Ilion and All Standard brands c Toffee per in Large sack Best flour. Half sack Best blood Standard tomatoes per can 07 3-Ood Sweet Corn per can 05 Good Boston baked Beans 31b can 05 Best parlor matches.01 Best parlor matches. 08 a Arlow a Best glueing Small .04 Barlow s Best glueing Large.08 Good Vanilla and Lemon Havering per bottle 10 but the largest bottle of Good Anil Lemon Ever bought per bottle to 10 cakes Best laundry soap Star soap Nei cake. Good crackers per Pound. Very Best crackers por Pound Good eager snaps per Good dried table peaches per can Best canned a Nankin per can 1 Pound package Best Corn starch per Pound 1 Pound package Best gloss Ori Good Traisma per Best sour pickles per Best steel pickles per Good Carolina Rice per Pound.115 very dest Carolina Rice per Pound. .07 .5 in Cin cider Apple butter per can. 10 Large Box Gold dust 18 i31bs Good soup Beans.25 lobs Best marrow Beans.25 and now the department we Are proud of is our Glass and a nip up ailment which never was As com Pieta and it a Low prices you Songli to see our 6 piece chamber set Lor in Blue and Aud 100 Pei co English Underglaze in dinner sets for and 0111 8 and 10 cents Glass butter and Berry dishes Are can t be our desserts at 20 cents per pet. Our water glasses at 25 cents per Are up in and see the my Nerous bargains we have Lor you that we cannot mention Here. Yours for Good goods and Low prices. Call ind. Democrat has sold the Pap to e. A. Mckee and j. W. Denny. M Forsythe was for Many years the Casadie Ana trustworthy men in the pm elate editor of the when of the company. This is a matter John Kirk Patrick was us proprietor. In a bin the travelling pubic Are More he is a remarkably intelligent a interested than any other connected with Clear and forcible writer and a most be the Road and there will be no hesitation in according Lull Confidence to or. Will ams in this very important position. Nial and interesting companion. He is the very embodiment of generosity and his Noble impulses Lead him to constant self sacrifices. We Send get inc to our dear Friend and rejoice although retired from Active editorial the women s foreign missionary society Cambridge District will hold its 21st and Sec our Large line of Fiir if Liing goods am hats for boy s and children. Pen that has Neyer inscribed a that annual session aug. 4 and at pleasant More popular every and the Cerebra was not honestly intended to promote ult. Or. P. M. Of will thou the latter part of september will be the of is not to rust speak wednesday evening and miss Gella pretty in m. Of thursday evening. Cambridge. On monday aug. The c. M. By will give its annual Low excursion to Niagara Falls. Fare for round trip to Marietta to c Aldwell to .5.30 Cambridge to Stone canal dover.4.50 this excursion will be handled on Reg ular train no. Leaving Marietta at a. M. And from Cleveland to Buffalo on the c. B. Line new Steamer of Buffa the and fastest Steamer on the lakes. Tickets Good returning any Day to Friday aug 1897. Don t miss this Good Chance to visit the great Niagara Falls. K. W. 6. P. See our Tichenor and Stetson hats. See our stylish Straw hats. See our Cool summer underwear. See our up to Date shirts. See our summer neckwear. See our ladies waists and sweaters. And if you Are in need of a suit of clothes or pair of pants. See our Large assortment of piece goods for our workmanship and prices must please. Will you be Good to yourself and take advantage of some of these bargains before it Iii everlastingly too our anxiety to sell will not equal your eagerness to buy if you examine some of these offerings. You can search clothing Down thoroughly and our judgment is that you will hardly find the equal of these offerings. The Only thing scarce about these suits is the but each Sale adds a Friend to our already Large for if there is anything these Days that will make friends its giving a purchaser a few dollars in Sav Ings. When you can buy a Good Black Clay worsted suits at this Price it is it necessary to e without a Good suit. They re not strictly All Wool but they re fast color and great Wear resistors. Here s some All Wool suits that the Price does not begin to re present the nits suitable for and very Day be mesh at a Cost that would it be robbery if it were twice As much. You a Choice from several All Wool Cli Evlou talk. Well made and perfect fitting. You would satisfied with the service they rive if you pay for them. To i j if Yon wanta Fen Otee Fine Dreas Bere l a Price Abbt you can afford to by we lie this Price buys you such As we Are offering. Elegantly Tai such qualities a Tny tailor would charge you to 25 Lor. Thalheimer s hatters and furnishes. Ohio m in Silver Hub Harry e. Smith a prop. Clothing House Ohio. The Urand key and tag Sale. We have placed in our store a handsome Octagon Money Box containing in Silver. We have had made for us a number of 5 of which Grill unlock the Box. With every Dollar Cash Purchase will be Given a key attached to a tag. From feb. 10 to keys can be tried and the holders of the keys unlocking the Box will be Given in Silver free. The Hub Harry e. Smith prop. Sellers of Good clothes. Going out of business All shoes at Cost and below. All my Stock must be closed out in dats 30 1.25 shoes 1.50 shoes at. 1.76 shoes at. 2.00 shoes at. 1.86 2.25 shoes 1.50 2.50 shoes at. 1.85 3.00 shoes at. 2.4o 3.50 shoes at. 4.00 shoes at. 8.3 5.00 shoes at. 5.50 shoes at. 6.00 shoes at. Vij Sherrard co. Furnishings and Custon x h. O. Bar

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