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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1884, Cambridge, OhioThe thurs trav july 10. I Railroad time tables. In. Inn it my Olnie wort m a Amriet Plewer a of or. Hull s Corset or one Dollar at s. Craig a son n. In loot their entire Slock is Cut. A Tucker City lady ninety live yearn of ago conducts religious services and exhorts with Greet Power. Pan handle route. In Miener Talna leave newcomer town i 001 no p m "2.5 1 am Colum Bikih accommodation. M m it worn Kiprow mall freight u01su ka8t. Yaprem i press Kimlein a Prem rat Une accommodation local Kre Glit Pullman Palace aide pm and hotel can attached to Trafto run we Boot change Weet Bonigut to w. Loom and Chicago East Bouzid to Ltd Bergli Harr Arbori bal Lemoie Waal an ton Philadelphia and new York. Vor time of Tare through and Limber information r the ran Ulrik of to him to a Birket agent. Newen Menown Ohio. To Aily except Honda or. Went v. Andt. Alt. Put. On Atli. James a Luchea manager co local Matt Ems. Cancer Institute i arcbht., a. Of to it. Hov. Loly All rite a topped free by or. Treat to after hint Nae. trial Wilile Lla. A. To meal Root bitten not drum in Vernito hot Lurl ily Mil Iclal id every Edmi. Twy met non liver and Kui Neya. Chw bowels open not Roku for make Tiomi the Buila up Trio Aud clean re the blood and Yalem of every impurity. Void it my it x store. To. Div l Yow mrs. Mary Conner highly respected Tady of Wshington died on Thi Raday. She was eighty years of age. Sew Concord had no Thor Senit lion last week in the suing of couple of girls for their Board Bill. Some Wool clips have been void this year in this county at 31 cent a Pound. No higher Price Ham been reported. Fruit of the loom and Androsco Gln Mills. 14 Yards for Ono Dollar for Cash Only. 8. Craig a son. Deputy marshal Scott is receiving much Praise for his promptness and courage in arresting the rioters on Friday evening. The Kimbolton Creamery started operations last week and the prospects Are that the venture will prove probable. Sweet sixteen is the number of of tobacco you can take your Choice from at Erven s. Try last year As reported to the judge by the assessors there were 501 births in Guernsey county and Only m3 deaths. Barnaville Defeated Cambridge in n base Ball game played on the Cambridge grounds on the fourth. To to the score was . The nod nod have declared after Apeci a that they to orb Tovy bad n new of a lobby hav ing their in Fidh renovated by by off male. N. J. For Coleby . Ten toll Bod. Cambridge. To children the Bro Binm Mon a of Cantor Oli mum Tim Iii. Why not then when pm ionic for use Cuthon Rulu pills they Combine run tall nine in Lumble Calt Milc fixed flue Iid be ing cd fitted Are Willy taken. Palm to t a Anre Curc for Blind Loloei Luil. Itching and v Irr Buttil piles has been discovered by or. Will uni in in Dunn called or. Will Lump Indian ointment. A Box by Carcil the wont Chi ulc of Twenty flu years . No need wonderful Molli lug and in mrs Meuten do More harm thu Good. Wal Llara 4 ointment the lays the int Ouie itch Lait Purl curly at Afler Ket Luu warm la . Ulv i Inal Atit nud and is Only for p Rul ulem Relief itching Al the Prev Vic puns and for Noth lug else. Foi on or n More and mailed of receipt of Price . Dec 8 by a had. To All who Are rail Erlink from the and of Yontub weak new. Early decay Loee of manhood to i will a recipe Liat will care Yon Kek of Hake. This great remedy we die covered by a in Mouth Ameri Ca. Send a self add ewed envelope to the Kev. Job pm t. an Ata lond new Toik City. L county and new Advertis mints. The up eclat attention or the Reader is i reeled to tie following new we kit appear for lilo Al Rel time in tue column of the to Day 1c pen blog Kolin Broe h Miller Stewart in Vii h Wheeler j u a k Harrar 11h Lebr Kemanc College hoods Young . Insl Bottom out allege tiny a ullage to Normal school tin Jen circus Quaker City has the Oil fever. Croquet gets cheap at Ogier s. New . Fine hosiery at Kiln Bell a co s. Read Kohn s new advertisement. Hals at at Ella 13ell go s. For Wall paper go to Rook store. Fine pm Kohn h. For 11 so a at the Wool 14 in extra g Kil slips in pair at Kuhn ii. not in Worth i at Kolni a. Good motor o shoes m n Pizir at Kobe i. Only forty live tin lie have no bibles. Rev. Cooper pastor of the la Openell methodist episcopal Church on a recent sunday three in Rains in Indian Camp Meadows Are not Proi Lucien much grass the Oats crops is Light but wheat will turn out Well. Many to colds of Oats will go uncut. W. A. Campbell sold in Ono Day Hist work goods amounting to Over there being included in the sales two Stoutin threshers. Mrs. Martha Cunningham of nver Midi motown was thrown from a buggy White returning from the funeral of mrs. Susan Kose and severely injured. When you Coine to town on show Day Don t fail to try Erven s o. A. U. Seed stogies. The Only four for five seed stogies in Cambridge. Try prof. J. M. Be angst principal of the Zanesville High school made the Jap a pleasant Call on tuesday accompanied by prof. John Mcburney. Erven does not keep the White clop int but he does keep the Best and Only four for five o. A. E. Seed stogies in the county. Factory on West main St. Court will meet for the purpose of con firming sates and taking judgments by default on monday july 21st. Judge Frazier is expected to be Home by that time. Joseph t. Scott son of Wilson Jilcott of this place is prospering in Dickinson Dakota. He is building new office for his newspaper on the Public Sij Are of the town. While firing the anvils on the fourth of july William Douglass of Cambridge Post. Grand army of the Republic had his Light hand severely burned by n pre mature explosion. The men who Are drilling for Coal in West Cambridge have been put Back about n Day on account of the meanness of some wretch who on sunday tilled up the Hole for about ten feet. Kev. Or. Mcfarland who is in Belfast Ireland attending the presbyterian Council favors the with a copy of the Belfast Witni containing a full and interesting report of the opening of the Council. At the regular Council meeting on monday evening no business of import Ance was transacted except the allowance of Bills and ordering the fire committee to procure hats fur the members of Hose company no. 1. Tie latent styles in millinery at Ella Bell i for kiddies pm Wilress p to store. For Sihr plated Ware k 1 l jewelry store. A company Lias born for Oil near . White in Routs North -0 rents at s. Craig v son s Ella i Oll in Are tolling Oil their line of Stork of liars at cos. I Carifio , Limm onto Foi Raih Only at s Craig a soil W ii. Ii Molly or family rare Iii on show Day be will sell Centha pair. A Tjohn c. The tinted i Lushy Oriun re Orch is to lie thoroughly i. Them pretty hats at Ella Roll a co s Are in in sold at oops. Peter Tallman a leading lawyer of St Clu Irville died on monday Vury Iliin in the hit Itonery line can be procured at in Wjk store. Pattuy s dry Good store the old Relia ble always does a Vojt mrs. Susannah Rose of Oxford town ship is very sick and her recovery is doubtful. She is seventy seven years of age. The above was writ ten to have the sad intelligence that mrs. Bose is dead. Portrick Gordon a Miner employed in the Guernsey mines was dangerously Hurt on tuesday by the falling on him of about one Hundred bushels of Coal be sides other injuries one of his to Bugli Bones was broken in two places. At the meeting of the minors commit tee on saturday it was resolved to hold Tho picnic in Taylor s Grove on july i he. Mine inspector Davis was chosen Mana Ger and every Effort is being made to wants having Good order and a pleasant time. Mary Lioi Nesbon of a car Una Neville Lias become Hissim Over religion. Stanhope two Cantu per Yard or Cauli Only at s Craig a son s. When Yon make a Purchase at Kainey store you know Wlms you Are getting. On tuesday of week wheat dropped to ninety cents a in Ishol in Zanesville. Mind red pair of slip pers offer at 50 cents a pair. Kohn 0. A daughter of j. L. Matson died at Claysville on monday of consumption. Iti Dii aliens Are Good for a Large attend Ance at Tho Here Day. For fancy goods and not ions see the Beautiful Stock of goods at Ella Bell a co s. The degree of doctor of divinity has been conferred on Kov. K. Hingeley by Scio College. James k. Stockdale Lias been tour As postmaster at Middle borne this county. If Yon want a bargain Call at Ella Bell Irand Mother Putty who lives with her son Thorn ton Petty four Miles South West of Barnesville fell and broke her thigh on sunday. She is said to be the Olivest methodist in Testate having been a member in Good standing for eighty years. _ _ Liuo. It. Stottle Cire let Ter from i. Rosenheim the optician who has Many friends Here written from it Idelberg Germany where to is visit ing Liin father. To says that to has met the Brothers and of Frank Schick of this place mrs. Conner widow of Thomas k. Connor had a stroke of paralysis on sat urday and is lying in a critical condition at her residence new Claysville. Her son or. Wilson Conner of Marietta has arrived and Tole trams have been sent to other members of the family. A. Purdum s new Back is a thing o Beauty and if not a Joy forever it is a Joy to whomever Ridos in it. Tho singers who travel Between Washington and Cambridge Are delighted with it you can now ride to and from washing ton with Comfort and dispatch. The fire department was called of about nine o clock on tuesday night the smoke House of Robert Hammond wan on fire. There was considerable excitement As the smoke House was close to several Large buildings in the heart o a co s. And buy a hat. Them at Cost. Is Selling the town but fortunately the fire a extinguished without any difficulty. On tuesday Tome Little boys built for on a store Box that was on the men near store. When the fire was bluing quite dangerously and ii the building bad been Frame ther probably would have been a great fire report. Children with so Little sense should not be permitted to run at i about the streets. Mrs. Jennie Spoer of Fairview came Stu dying one evening last week from of Dom of a Moonlight picnic Wilt be held in the United presbyterian Church on the eve Lingott Betth inst. This May Soun rather strange Bat it if nevertheless fact and everybody is invited to alien and see something new in Tho Way o picnics. The ladies in charge Are in paring a Surprise for those who at Tiu the proceeds will be devoted to the 1m prot met of Church building. Triad eth. In who do 1iusinkm4 in this county. Trio recent net of the legislature re hiring individuals and Copartnership oing a mor Contilo mechanical or Munu a Turing business to Tolu with ther Cord r a state Mont containing Iho in to Olio inn and Tho Planco of residence of Tho incr or owners hns been observed by Iio following persons. Those persons who Aro in business and have failed to to such a statement cannot recover in lie courts of this Santo any debt or claim be them Tho Law provides Bluit the allure of such individual or co part tier ii to have so lied such statement constitute and lie n Legal defense to by such cause of action. This list of 10 business men of Tho county is Vilii ble and should to preserved for refer acc anti1i.m. James Stockd nto and u. P. Hell inor Intile we. M. Moore grocery h. Ii. Owers w. Ii. Bowers merry tile Joe. I. Mcbride harness oct w. C. Dunn Jones mercantile Tho inns ill Moses Stockd ulv car enter. W. S. Campbell hardware Oscar Tullberg grocer and dry goods a. L. Runner I Young mercy lilo Loo. Winiker Genera store John Morrison grocery. l Llor Lon Lurli Mcneme men Hunt. . Samuel Tho inns mercantile Me Janell ii. Stiles Lihn Thomas Lilling. My Hatloy Ogier printing w. 11. Of Gravo John Moore wholesale grocers a. Dunaif Crand c. W. Danzier print in w. M. Try not and t. Laynes grocery i rank k. Kymond dry goods de. Will Iii ins works Thomasc. Licy mor dry goods w. A. Nor Chin and . T. Am cigars and Tobarco Herbert Sweet and John s. Prouse produce a. J. Cott w. Scott Peter Glicr John Logiur manager Mcrann to James Roswell mercantile Etc ii. C. Hanim Morr until and Ninny a tiring lie Orgo n. Mercy ii boots and shoes . Clapper 11. Stumm Wing machines a. W. Clapper in machines a. J. Hutchison drugs Mufti Rland j. L. 1 in cur it. Y. Nurvin w. K. Boden j. M. Me Striek mercantile mechanical and a. Hubert boots and hoes John Boyd Charles a. Forney Lorca Tlle a. Cooper dentistry s. Burgess mercantile and manufacturing it. Ii. Atkins jewelry ii. Loner harness Etc Samuel Thul Elmer clothing j. E Annis hardware Ohn of. And D. Lobins Coal opera is k. Tureen w. B. Green grocers w. Lindsey mercantile Clark a. Loporo druggist ii. Kohn a. J. Kohn Kohn mercantile k. Mccollum my Danical . Mars i agent Gars and tobacco Joseph ii. Mckin d. John elders butchers Etc k. K. Mil Oll Tim Roger Thomas t. Siddall mercantile Ohn h. Fly not Noah Hyatt stoves and a Peter Dennis Harry w. Dennis Erin tile Augusta Suhultz wines and Quorn Sigmumd Freilich mercantile w. Wjk Kini w. Kronk menu fun ring. Etc k. J. Molly or am. Mcilyar r., Morris Mcilyar Charles Molly or pottery Etc c. P. Simons j. L. Mons ii. T. Simons Iron foundry l. Unities agent dry goods Etc Kirschberg clothing Cory Don Gord All Andrew Wall drugs c. A. Koch mercantile j. B. Siegfried f. Hanes Moats and groceries it. T. Oss harness Etc win. Johnson me Danical Etc j. H. Sarchet mrs Ideal w. A. Rincy mercantile . My Yar merry tile t. M. Rinckey photo Apher e. Mcl Cek boots and shoes my Sherrard mercantile Thomas Arsh Charles a. Dennis cigars and Bocco s. Ii. Culbertson mercantile , j. A. Troette furniture ome sewing machine company j. R. Owner j. M. Murill drugs t. W. Cott contractor Etc Henry steel Erin tile John Aper and printing House knit null h. Even Cigar manufacturer. Michael Hawks general store and rugs w. T. Moore general Smithing Ranclos Johnston a. T. Johnston Gen store Jan. Excl nil blacksmithing e. Galloway mercantile John Burris oots and shoes. J. P. Armstrong and j. M. Armstrong our Mill and lumber Alcan Ndoci Putli on mercantile. L i Maikui k. W. Konczal Mdse we. Lul n. Alexander Fulton thu Smithing Hilands Johnson j. A Hay pinning till Etc Thos. Hath Newny Kennett Losemann mercantile j. H. Stewart Harper Harrisn Etc too. K. I Indree to incr Hud Prker. Jul y and photography ins b. Allison Ned were Etc mrs f. C. Connor drugs mercantile w. Forsythe or Dwarf Etc .1, 11. Tin slate and hardware ii. I. Holmes Julin k. Osgrove mercantile c. Liar Lington mercantile tlio3. I. Mcc Orlle incr ran in j. K. Casey marriage shop Willis Urr Julin c. Tucker w. Tucker onners Etc p. J. Mar the Lii Piora find Rocerick. A. Ii. Tahr Rynn this. H. Lar Nylon neral it i Liam Lise i Sanli Millie it general Mere Linnise ,1. Ii j. Vulter Turillo Genc Rel Nerch Endisc use Hamilton finder Linker and car enter And win. , lilting w. B. Jenion w. Ii. Kessel ing painters Etc. Thos. W. Trimble is. M. Ill to druggists w. Hos. Kraith mfr Mantilu Josetti Mil Lone Blacksmith. B. Mitsne mechanical A Speer mercantile. Geo. W. Winiker mercantile Jas. A. Clong mercantile and . J. T. Corhett inert Nelile w. S. In Char merry tile w. A lir own i. V. Brown c. J. Brown mercantile. Inizan . John Brown mercantile. . Daniel clerk drugs Etc. Andrew Edlio w. Ii. Cillie mercantile j. L. Avs w. In. Yoo drugs join outs mercantile a. D. Used mar ant do. Liik t Rev. J. P. Arnold general merchandise j i. Arnold h. W. Brasher drugs. Midway. A. P. Scott Carpenter. New . Hattie Johnson drugs Etc Tober Daugherty Asa n. Dung Horty d. Daugherty liar Nitro and organs a. Y speck milling u. Severns Frnncis Ranniger mercantile. Of Iii am. Francis barn i a. W. Barnes a. S burned James Mason flour meal an eed John k. Vloyce mercantile. It. 1 . James Laughlin John Sara Nathan mercantile adm Davis drugs w. Trott milling mrs. C. Dyson mar in Nile Stephen Secrst Nice Natilo. Juh. O. Cd upon grocer Allen Floyd and j. I. Floyd mercantile jul Ferson Dundy Tonesi Iranor n. I. Stone Burner hard Ware. 11 ii. Yarnell drugs and jul worry in Taniel Lepage tinware Etc. B. P. Ended. Spineo hardware Taniel Kaho Moran Tilc William Chandler Imine in Etc. Robert Oconno . Morrison furniture l. C. Catuir millinery a b. Young wagons plows and blacksmithing g. W. Brown c. J. 3rown, mercantile Alex. Campbell Illing . Hutchison dry goods. Washington. Francis Barnes . Barnes a. S. Non of James Mason hour meal and led Fernando k. Barton Blacksmith i. Lowry mercantile j. O. Colley aware Etc. Ii. M. Mccracken Ill Lily k. Pii Ziluni tobacco h. M. Mccracken live Stock Wool and Grain irs. K. A. Haines. Mercantile j. Ii. Inker mercantile s. M. Hyde Mercun j. H. Paden grocer James Stow it a. Stewart dings. Vint Lull Kateu. Galen w. Savior grocery John Witt Mpr Contile t. J. Lyno drug is w. C. Scott James Blacksmith John Randal a renter Thomas Moore Cyrus Linn tilling. Trio St. Clairs Yilli inn Ltd says that a Treaso unknown to the Hort cacti of that Vicinity has Atta Ratul the Homos there t is not pinkeye. A horse when first it no cd refuses to eat and in about twelve ours becomes still. After the lapse of bout the same length of Tinio in Somo Asca one and in others both eyes ome swollen and entirely closed. Tho if nest Anil swelling continue for about week or ten Days and then gradually is appear the Horm in the meantime iting but Little. Or. Wright of coi Uinam and or. All of this place operated upon the till of a or. Scott neat Liy Osville on londay for Cataract. The child is about to years old and was Botn Blind. The Rose acts for the up Pudy recovery of its Glit Are Good. The number of cases of is kind in this Community that have ecu operated upon by these gentlemen us the Good results attending their Ork is wonderful sustains their Ell earned reputations. In Tho Early Days of the settlement of tis county Ginseng was n lending article Commerce but of Lute years it has Al lost disappeared and the younger peo Odo not know what it ii although in rest Virginia and a few other states it gathered and sold in Large quantities Quaker City Man has recalled Atten on to the article by advertising for 000 pounds of it. H. Mcgrath a Bridge Carponter it Ono of his legs very Baryon monday Hile working on a Cleveland and Arietta Bridge North of town. A main artery was severed and he would have led to death but for his presence o loud. He caught the artery and held it util assistance came to him. Iio was Rought to town Anil Dis. Wall and Arne Dies cd Tutu wound. W. Ii. Moore co., the firm that is preparing to open Coal mines on the of Joseph Brown or. J. T. Us Herson agree to the owners o in land six vents n ton for All the Mer in Tuble Coal mined. They also agree o open tie mines within ninety Days Ter july 1st, and to aft that me on at least tons annually Heth ror not any Coal is mined. 7i. A. Pur Dnton Tho proprietor of the i As Lington Hack line will take pleasure n promptly and Etli evently performing 11 trusts reposed in him. To will Cliv r packages Etc., safely and without de a. He is a pleasant accommodating in Leman and tie interests of Tho on of the line will not Hii for in his ill Lils. An explosion of Gas in the John Den inn Oil Well it mocks Lorg on thin Day in the death of Joseph Ayers and the probable deaths of cd want iim.1 and Robert Slevens. Several lants Voro burned and he Oil escaping Coy Rod Lalifi country round with n Sheet of re. J. A. Yost is the architect of Trio now Outt to be built it Mill Risburg Holmes county. He is also the Urchin act of the Belmont comity court House lie Guernsey county court House of which he was the architect has Given Lim n Doscar Rudly High reputation in his Irole Sion. The fair. Tan to to new fair grounds last week by John 3rme, one of Tho managers. The track s about completed. It is an exact Hall mile in length sixty feet wide Well Gra ded by a Large Force of men under the direction of Samuel c. Bratton and is with Tho possible exception of the Day on track the boat m Ohio. It has tile drains underneath. The Halls will be erected at once and everything will be in end incas for the fair to begin on sep Ember 30th, and continue for four Days. Tuo water tank at the machine shops of he Cleveland and Marietta Railroad will moved and will furnish an abundance f water for Stock. Besides Tho regular annual fair two meetings for races Etc., by hold each year. The railroads run special trains every fifteen min Tes from Tho depots to Tho grounds. Everything promises Well for a Good fair to merchants and dealers hero should make Large exhibits in the balls. A rep Ese Nativo of the association was at the Pring mooting at Newark and has Rangod with some noted horsemen for exhibitions of Speed. Via Ltd. Of Guernsey county. Tho reports Mado by the recent As Issora show that Thero in a. Creditable no roast in Tho value of the personal to party owned by the citizens of Tia oni Ity. There a now in Tho county ,50o horses an increase of 439 since the of Tho value of the horses in Tho number of cat be has increased Over there now sting rattle valued at Here Are eighteen More mules in the Tinty 17c being to posted valued at last year sheep were Len Rod this year there Are Iccy valued it ii. Thoro is an ice Canso of Over hogs there being valued at . Re returned valued at cos valued at 4u7 pianos my organs valued at average nine of property appertaining to Mer hindi so value to be std As a banker Etc., average nine of property appertaining to Man fact iring value of All monies Uli acct to , value of Leilith amount invested in Ockun Bonds Etc., ten Doga Allied at dogs at each 2 other personal property auks and corporation property is As it total amount of per onal property Iti to Guernsey Nonty in i total amount a sussed last Cultus for Many years keeper of lie St. C lira Villa Tollgate died recently in had a strange history. To was a of Harvard had practice Law n new York City for Twenty years and Nul been a cashier of a Cincinnati Bank. In was an upright Man and a member f the presbyterian Church. Trio county commissioners inst week on firmed Tho report of Tho viewers miking an alteration in a Road in Rich and township petitioned for by John v. Anderson. Tho vie Wom appointed n the Case of the new Road Petitioner or by Willliam Mack of Londonderry township reported unfavourably. Graham Hyatt thirteen years of age was arrested on monday for assault and on miss Mary Adams. Mias Adams who is teaching a subscription school in West Cambridge attempted to separate Hynett and one of her pupils who were fighting w Hen Hyatt attacked tier injuring her quite seriously. John Leeper has sold to the a heeling and Lake Erie con company the Coa privileges of 185 acres of his farm in i Schlaud township Tho Sam company has purchased of Samuel Terson the Coal privileges of 100 acres found of Porter Lowry the n privileges of 100 acres for j. M. Warden of Hopewell Unkei Tho following weather report Lor tin month of june average temperature coolest morning the 15th, warmest morning the 2-Lth, warm est Day at 12 o clock m., Tho 23d, ii the Shade and in the Sun Clea mornings 10 rain Tail inches. William Barton Tho former Well known grocer of this place who now resides a Bellefont Nilie attended John Robinson circus which showed in his town 01 monday of last week. When to re turned Homo he discovered that Thieve had Onte cd the House Anil carried Nwa clothing and jewelry to Tho Valuo of now is your Lime to buy carpets Brussels 75 cents body Brussels 9 cents ingrain carpet 36 and 50 cents m Kohn a Wool notes. La local Wool mar it has been Active the past week. Liboro Are few buyers and 30 Centa has Eon the ruling figure. K. P. Mansfield ays he Hng purchased Somo iinds in Jellerson and Harrison Counes at that figure. John it. Davis has so purchased considerable for parties n Coshocton. Uni Iti Urilli Price Gen rally paid for Wool in Kastern Ohio is Lirty cents a Pound. The Farmers think higher Price should be paid and a a lie they Are not Selling. Thirty three its would probably be accepted As a in Price in most cases. Ili Rald a Large portion of in Wool in Washington county has been within the last two weeks Al 30 its a Pound. Several of the clips sold cents. The Delaine wools brought j and 35 cents. In this county there As been very few sales made the Inners preferring to hold their fleeces other than take 30 cents. The rain on Friday kept Many persons t Homo and diminished the crowd in at enhance at the Celebration of the fourth y Cambridge Post grand army of the Republic. However the crowd was of air size and orderly. The Parade was Artic Ipatov in by the old veterans and in music by the Quaker City band was Ood. The army dinner at the Grove waa thoroughly enjoyed. The exercises n the afternoon wore according to the Rog Rammo heretofore published. The ration by col. J. M. A Rushfield waa de Vered in his happiest manner and it is of minded on nil sides As being Bovo the average fourth of july adress. Short addresses were made by eve. Or. Locke lion. B. Y. Siegfried x d. Tailor j. 0. Grimes. In the veiling there were festivals fireworks and dancing and Iho old veterans re orned to their Homos much pleased Iilah the events of the Day. L. W. Taylor Michael Burns Theo Ore by boil Lilley Patterson and others Nga cd in a Row on Tho Way Home from lie Ball ground Friday evening. The lot assumed serious proportions and Constable Scott with difficulty quelled it assisted by will Stanley. Taylor and Atterson were the most severely Hurt 0th having received bad cuts about the ind. All the parties were arraigned on saturday before Justice Carpenter who timid them Over to Iho probate court. On monday Taylor swore out a warrant or the arrest of 1 att Oraon on Tho charge of aes fault with intent to kill. Ollio Gil Ott was also arrested on the charge of Browing a Stone at Taylor. The Young men of Cambridge propose o organize a Cornet band that will be second to none in the state. The Cili of the town Are contributing Liber ally towards the Purchase of a Fine set of and instruments. The Young men at he Bead of the Enterprise Are Well known musicians a will be recognized by a Erusal of the following list A. Scott e. J. Williams George Hanes John h Sarchet j. Turner James Mcburney fames Allison Fred. Rosemond Elmer Lofland Ford Jones St. John Pode Williams w. S. Scott David Daugherty g. Rabe c. L. Wall. A correspondent asks us what has become of the Guernsey county Sabbath school convention we Are unable to inform him. It would be a pity to per Mit this organization to die As it has been a medium of accomplishing Greal Good. Inquiries directed to a pro Minn Sabbath school worker elicited the that d. D. Taylor a the president and that the moribund condition of the association is ascribed to his failure to Cal the executive committee together. What Ever May be the cause of the present condition we Hope or. Taylor will not per Mit the lethargy to end in death. The Freeport 1 Russ Saya that Tho new mail route from Quaker City to free or opened tuesday july 1st. The mail Wii leave Quaker City on monday wednes Day and Friday in the morning and arive it Freeport in the evenings of those Days. On the alternate Days the Mai will leave Freeport Lor Quaker City a about g a. M. The route is 26 Miles in Lengsi and embraces six port Londonderry Bond Fairview Middle Journo and Quaker City. The contract was taken at per l. D. Miller. A Hack for passengers an packages will be run for Tho accommodation of the Public at reasonable rates for the next sixty Days we will St our entire stuck it Cost. Kiln u. W. C. Bryant returned from col Orado. Mias Adah Norris is Home from Rich mond Indiana. Rev. M. L. Jennings is Home from Adrian Michigan. H. Morton returned to Montezuma Owa on monday. W. W. Kronk and wife Are visiting friends at Norwich. Mrs. Cook and daughter Mamie Are rial Ting in Columbus. C. C. Mcilyar of Pittsburgh was with ils friends Here last week. Miss Leona Lepage of Senecaville is visiting friends Here this week. Mrs n b Long of Connelsville a is visiting her Many friends Here j. R. Tingle and family of Coshocton Ore Here several Days last week. Rev. C. N. Harford spent the past week with his Madison township friends. James Adair of St. Louis a visiting Ere. His Mother expects to return with in. Mrs. Emma Bell and son Russell of 3olnmbua, Are spending the boated term Ere. Walter Barnett and wife of Rix Mills visited the family of j. K. Barnett last week. Ben Zimmerman started for Reno Fevand on monday his father having on for him. Miss Nellie Garey of Washington is pending the week at j. T. Oldham a Orth of town. Mias Myrtle Ogier is spending the Namer with her sister mrs. Dillon of Bellvue Ohio. Miss Ida Farrar and miss Helen King f Adrian Michigan Are guests of mrs. N. Mcfarland. Wills. Barber associate editor of the uni Donville advocate spent several Days n town this week. Rev. J. W. Hackley leaves this week or Iowa after a pleasant visit to his to Ashington friends. Joshua Williams and wife of Zanes Ille have been visiting Cambridge friends the past week. Miss Carrie Wilson of newcomers own is visiting the Minaes Mcfarland f North ninth Street. Mrs. L a. Oldham went to Terre flute Indiana on saturday where her Istir is lying very sick. Mias Sallie Brown of Cambridge is in guest of mrs. Patterson of East Road Street. Columbus times. Auditor Webb of the Cleveland and Larietta Railroad has returned from a business trip to new York City. Or. Clarence Maria of Columbus or Merle of this place has been sick i Ith malarial fever but is now better. Mrs. Grummond of Cincinnati and irs. Mckinney and daughter of Zanes Ille Are visiting their Cambridge friends. I. A. Tannehill Hon. W. N. Cowden Ames o Hanlon j. T. Cain t. C. Bey Mer John Kirkpatrick and others Are at E. Eagleton of near Denver Colo ado who has been engaged in teaching Tore the Paat two years is Here visiting is parents. Miss Gyssie Parkinson Harry Park in on and James g. Brown Are Home from attending the reunion at the Xenia or Hana Home. Miss Sadie Forsythe formerly of Lia place is visiting her friends Here. Ince she removed to Kansas be has or chased a farm and a prospering. Misa Maggie Ruthrauff of Columbus has been spending a few Days in the Ity among her Many friends left thurs a for Cambridge where she will re main for some signal. George ii. By etcher and wife went to enia on thursday to visit the Ohio soldiers and sailors orphan s Home n order to become familiar with their duties before they enter upon the offices o which they have been appointed. Tub teachers Tho summer term of school at Rock Lill Center township closed Laa thurs a week. Misa Ada Barber of Fairview will each the coming Winter in the London lorry school. Miss Lenna Mcburney a school at the Institute Center township closed last Friday with a picnic and treat. Miss Maggie Johnson of Washington county pa., closed her summer school at Smyrna fair ground july lat. J. E. Mccollum has been employed to each the Winter term of school at the Brick school House Center township. Miss Sadie Black who has been engaged in teaching school in Illinois the Ost summer is at Home for a Short stay. Miss Ella cyers who Baa taught Tho to last terms in Londonderry school will teach the coming fall and Winter in Lindsey s District near Antrim. Miss Sal Iio b Mcclelland closed her school at Oak Grove Jackson township on thursday with the usual treat after a very successful three months term mias Jennie Weyers of near washing on closed her summer term of school at upper crab Orchard july 3d. She will teach in the same school the coming win or. R. W. Gardiner has closed a Success us term of school at Rock Hill Oxford township. He has been engaged to teach n the same place nest Winter at a month. J. E. Bonnell s school at Independence Center township closed on last thursday with a treat in Day time and a spelling at night. There were seven of pupils who did not miss a Day for two and a half months and three others who missed but one Day each. Every thing passed off pleasantly and the appreciation of the teacher is shown by the securing of Bis services for two More Orma. The so bet societies. District Deputy grand patriarch w b Green installed the officers elect of Bridge Encampment on monday As Fol lows g Rabe so t c Marsh j h h Mcilyar h p j s Nichols o a in Whissel i 8 j s Prouse a Halliday 1st a t w ogler 2d a l Miller 3d a c a Moore 4th a h u Motte 1st g of to o Rabe 2d g of t. Cambridge Lodge of knights of pythias have elected and installed the following officers Henry Greenwold c. A d. A Criswell v. A James Stevens a 8 Balheimer k. Of And a James brat ton A David Hines i. A the other appointments have not been made the Lodge is flourishing having work every night. The following officers were installed in Mystic Lodge daughters of Rebecca on saturday evening h Siegfried n g mrs. Lizzie Nichols b a e m Siegfried Secretary j a Jones Warden mrs Keziar Siegfried r of n a mrs i l Jones l of n a mrs m Siegfried b o v a mrs Marv Swan l of v a Mia Kate Jones i a j s Nichols o s. District Deputy grand master t. W Ogier installed the following officers in Cambridge Lodge i. O. O. F., on thurs Day evening n. G., t. Kerr j v. J. S. Nichols see., w. R. Sprague j c. A. W. Halliday i. S. G., Frank Prindle S. N. G., w. H. H. If Collyar j l. . Henry Hen Ger business noticb9. Celery plants at Kersey a near the Laning Mill. 1-tf celery plants at Kersey a next the planing Mill. 1-tf Buckeye and Garden City super hog Hato at j. E. Annis. My of clothing cleaned and repaired at a. Jersey s. Rainey Block. Of a bad Money by american express co. Wonky Given. Money funded if orders Are lost. Sold at All flies of the co. Payable at places tales to 30-12c. J. S. Bouse agent my american sex. Co. Examination. The Guernsey county Board of exam ners will meet in Cambridge of the 3d saturday of july and on the 1st and 5th saturday s of August for the Examina on of applicants for teachers Cerlini ates. July 10-Lra Londonderry. The Raspberry crop is very plentiful Ere this season. John Lowry took a bus incs trip to Leveland of the 3d. Any Harvest in this Region of country s a Light Job this year. John Bendure and wife of Middle Mourne visited relatives Here Tho past week. Miss Maagie Angus of Kimbolton pent several Days the past week with relatives Here. Hugh White and wife of Cambridge Ime up on saturday last to visit mrs. White s parents. The Clay near sew Ellaville re building a foundation for Robert Vilkins new House. Rev. Teaze of Brooklyn new York preach at the P. Church at this lace the 27th of this month. Lee Taylor eldest son of Rev. J. W. Aylor will go to Xenia this week to Pend some time with relatives there. Crossen Starkey of Freeport put our unusually Nice looking chimneys to Stewart s new House the past week. Mrs. M. J. Brown and her son Melford f Cadiz spent several Days the past reek with c. Brown s family in our lace. Albert Bomanan successfully used a self Inder m his Harvest Field this year. His is the first we learn that has Ever Een used in this Region of country. George Anderson of Kansas and John of Cambridge were the guests f Lewis Anderson of this township Sev ral Days Thia week. This is the first nesting of the three Brothers in 27years. The largest amount of Wool received Ere in any one Day this season waa Taen in by Stewart Gates last saturday. Here was one continual train of Wool dragons from Early morn until late in the a. Mrs. Elizabeth love of Parnassus Enn Sylvania who recently came to our own to reside has opened a Mantua making room and our ladies Are now re icing that they can get a neat dress made at Home. Our people were too Busy on the 4th o be very patriotic. We All stayed at ome to care for our Harvest and bad a be ram to rejoice Over. They come so Eldom this season that they Are hailed with great Joy. Mrs. John Stewart received the Sadin Ell gence on thursday last of the death f her Uncle Lewis Barge who died at Lis Home in carding on the past week eed about 70 years. He formerly Reid 5 near Smyrna. Wherry Cunningham went to new thens to be with his brother in Law j. Lack Hammond during Harvest or. Ammund still a helpless cripple rom his Hurt received some weeks ago y being thrown from his horse. The evening of the 3d of uly at the Home of Andrew Duncan Raig Knoud of Antrim and mrs. Cor Olla Stephens of Londonderry. We a package of most splendid cake and if the Bride always appears As Sweet o the room As that cake did to us it vital be useless for us to spend time no them much happiness. Samuel Bratton and wife returned the rat of Tia week from a several Days sit to relatives at Cadiz an Wellsville. In. Bratton is Over eighty years of age and drove Bis horse from Here there and ack making a distance of 130 Miles enough to put to shame some of our outs who claim fatigue with a walk of few blocks or a ride of a mile or two. John Green the oldest inhabitant and nearly life Long member of the society f friends at Freeport died july 4th. He was in Hia 93d year. He was while capable of performing the duties of life n honorable intelligent High minded Man such As you would love to linger and talk to and would turn away feeling hat you had been the gainer by the act. Miss Sadie Gaudy of Freeport sister if the proprietor of the Gaudy House while engaged at her usual employment in the afternoon of the 3d, fell and expired in about fifteen minutes. She was lever very robust but was in her usual health until she Felt. Miss Gaudy was a lady highly esteemed by Many friends and her sudden death has cast a Leep gloom Over a Large Circle of acquaint ances. The Young girls Mission society will Lold a Raspberry and ice Cream festival Lereata the United presbyterian Church n thursday evening of this week and f you want the ripest berries and richest be Cream dished out by the prettiest girls in the county just bring your Best irl and come and help the Young folks n their Mission work. Don t Tarry to Luto your Ito Lenaire or stick your n your pocket some of our tiny misses will be sure to find you in the crowd and sell you these things cheaper than of can bring them. The new mail route from Freeport to Quaker City has four Post offices Between he two places Londonderry Bond fair View and Middlebourne. Bond is a new office on the James Mcpherson farm ant s kept by a or. Ridgeway. We can Low Send mail to Freeport in the even no and receive an answer next morning where we formerly waited several Days or went after it if we tired of waiting Oak Grove the other new Postof lice in his township is near Mccoy s methodist episcopal Church on the Road from Smyrna to Sewells Ville and is on the mail route from Hendry Burgh to Butler Midway. Miss Cora Johnston is visiting relatives at Newtown. Mias Minnie Young of Washington s visiting friends Here. Wesley Oliver and wife of Byesville Are visiting their parents Here. Miss Belle Ferbrache visited friends at lore City a few Days last week. Man Ervin and wife of Cambridge visited relatives Here part of last week. Miss Alice Walters hns returned Home where she will remain for a Short time miss Maggie Willis is visiting Sis Ter mrs. Joseph Temple of Uhrichsville John Wise and wife after an absence a few weeks in Pennsylvania returnee lome last week. We learn that Ellsworth Oliver who has been very Low with consumption is somewhat better at this writing. Rev. Shepherd preached at Baird s school House sunday at p. M. We earn that be will preach there every two weeks hereafter. Hopewell. James p. Hutchison is on the sick list David c. Warden son of j. M. War Den has killed fifteen ground hogs Thia Spring. The Knox township school Board has withdrawn the suit in court and have agreed to John f. Kirkpatrick the full amount of his claim. The bust of Tabtab. 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 of feet 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 i entirely dissipated As an auxiliary to Peronail comeliness i cannot too highly be extolled. Sold by druggists. July 31m, Mil Chiville. We. Grimes and wife have the West in fever. Mrs. Era school is a silting relatives . V. Moore of the West is building a Fine farm dwelling. D. It. George a Home on a Short Vaca Tion from Oberlin College. James Wharton a building a Fine Resi Dence in the East end of town. J. Price has been called off from Iti Ying Wool. He has bought about 00 pounds. A daughter of a. L. Richards got her Arm severely scalded last week by upset ing a Coffee pot. Oscar Severna and wife of Somerton was visiting w. B. Severns and a. Y. Speck last week. Or. Thompson the Pony Man has to Date disposed of 18 ponies. W. S. Bras Learia the latest purchaser. The Chestnut Trees have the largest Ilo Saoma this year than for four years. The indications Are for a Bountiful crop. D. O. Daugherty had a slight Aon stroke ast sunday morning. He Laid in an or hard an hour end a half before he was discovered. Several of our Young gents accompanied by an Rojna number of the fair sex ook in the Raspberry festival at win Chester on saturday evening. Quite a number of our people in moved heir Ith at Wesley Chapel although the rain m the Forenoon had quite a depress no effect on their patriotism. A. J. Hill and two daughters of cos Locton was visiting at his Sisters s. A. Till last week. Or. Hill has gone Home a avg his daughters for an extended visit. Wheat All Cut through this part of he county it promises a Fine yield the armers generally Are asm Nch elated Over their wheat Harvest As they Are de pressed by Wool being Only 30 cents. John Carothers of Kansas is Back trying to dispose of his father s Arch farm preparatory to making Cansas their final Home. J. T. Caroth Era his brother a preparing to emigrate o the above state. Cumberland. Mrs. R. S. Conner visited her son Charles in Marietta last week. The extremely dry weather will materially shorten the potato crop of this locality. Coloured Camp meeting next sunday at Secrest s Grove Between Hartford and Seneca vile. The roller process company Are erect no a Large addition to their flouring is abolishment. Ten Cor loads of Stock were shipped ast week on the Cincinnati Wheeling and new York Railroad. Harry Hinman and Lyman Johnson Are Home again to spend a few Days with heir relatives and friends. Farmers report that there was More wheat Cut during last week in this town ship than had been in one week for Many years. Mrs. Rush who had a leg lome ten Days ago is now reported As Likely to recover unless some unforeseen complications should set in. Mrs. Gravelly and her four children of Moberly Missouri arrived Here on tuesday of last week. They Are the guests of her sister mrs. W. H. Stevens pastor Kumler was called away one Lay lost week to attend the funeral of his brother s wife near Bis old Home am lev. James a. Lawrence of Pennsylva Nia filled his pulpit to the satisfaction o a Large audience. Unton Mills. Raspberries Are in Market at 25 cents or gallon. Or. And mrs. Cox of Cambridge Are with friends Here. Anderson Whitus and wife spent Sab ath with friends Here. Jennie Eckleberry has gone to Visi Ler sister mrs. Dawson. Milton Ross and George Phillips Speni Sabbath at the Guernsey infirmary. Plainfield deserves our kindest feelings furnishes nearly All our girls with husbands. Our mail is carried on schedule time now arriving at about 12 o clock each Lay on the Way to Kimbolton one Day and Coshocton the succeeding. Rev. Thrapp president of the mus tingum conference will preach Here Sabbath morning and evening july 20th. T a hoped the people generally will turn out to hear him. Farmers can certainly rejoice and be exceeding glad with Harvest Fields standing thick with shocks of Well filled wheat with acres of splendid Oats fair Meadows and prospects of Good Corn. Mrs. Frank Stone whose illness o consumption waa mentioned last week died on monday and was buried on tuesday in the Plainfield cemetery. A find husband and three Little ones Sor Row for her loss. Wall paper new styx if new Stock Low prices. My m We Nave to offer Sarcu Tomen the hugest and Best be peeled of All and of Wall paper Senecaville. Miss Kate Ferguson will visit friends in Barnesville this week. A deadlock still continues in our schoo Board in regard to hiring a superintend ent. Joseph Rainie and wife were guests o Jacob Hummel of Quaker City Las week. Parry Kemp is endeavouring to raise a Stock company Here to put up a Large flouring Mill. The Farmers say their pasture Fields Are As Brown and Bare now As they Usu ally Ore in August. H. S. Lowry our dentist expects to bunt a new location somewhere in tin West this summer. Milt. Gallup of Cambridge spent Sun Day with friends Here. His wife has been visiting Here for a few weeks. Alex. Campbell ground several Bush Els of new wheat on the 3d Day of july Alex is always up to time. Children s Day at the methodist Epis Copal Church on last sunday passed of very creditably to teachers and children a number of Glass blowers from Bell Aire Are camping along our Creek Bank and catching malarial fever and turtles thousands of White suckers have Diec in the old Channel of the Creek in the past few weeks. The surface of the water is White with them. Lore City. The warehouse is full of Wool read for shipment. The Oats crop is likening up and i will make a fair crop. E. J. Ford has erected a neat Picke Fence around Bis town property. Kev. I. N. White will preach at Gib son station next sunday afternoon. Miss Emma Woodburn of quake City has been visiting friends in Thia i Unity Vicinity. Sylvanus Buell is Laid up with a Lam shoulder the result of excessive use o the Grain Cradle. Matthias Moser and family of Dillaire Are at his Mother s. His health has been poor since april. J. W. Cale s Mammoth sheep barn fifty feet Square and forty feet High approaches completion. Sample Gibson who was seriously Hurt last week by a runaway team slowly recovering from his injuries. Mias Rebecca Frame daughter o John Frame died suddenly on the 30th inst., of heart disease. The remains were interred in the old cemetery Nea Washington Rev. Donaldson conduct ing the exercises. Born. The 20th of june 1s84 to or. And mrs. Charles Johnson o Knox township a daughter. Married. The is of july 1884, at Washington fa., by Rev. J. D. Moffat or. Charles Menkemeller of Wheeling w. And miss Clara l. Stephens daughter of j. W Stephens of Barnesville Ohio. The 1st of july 1884, at Linton Mills by j. A. Or. Iamb us Mayhugh of Plata Field and min Annie Stone d Mills. At Ever brooch i Othu Market. We offer a very Large la cof read a window shades both Plain and decorum. Us ail paper i school books we still Sill at Low a vim. Family and pocket Bible photograph and autograph Blank books and All. Kikeh of and everything the Book business the fall term at the Zanesville no i rur jul Lull commences september 1st, 1884. Circulars of information now ready for distribution. Make arrangements Early. Correspondence solicited. Durkus pm. Business College Zanesville Ohio. N. instruction during july and August. Much 3p notice of administration. Notice it hereby Ira that Ike i goed Bave been by out an Erner Mountj Ohio duly and qualified u Tate of Andrew Fernr. Rom Iii late Weitland Low Thip. James q. A Arbajal july Elizabeth bar. Wants Foh base. Advert Lemenu under Tutu Ceab with the no advert Lemenu will be a Altai than 2s Centa. Letten addred to Calr will not be delivered at Porto Feea. Belt mls in re Pone to in Etta urn Moit be to thu Boot bugs and chem Tau the Market dupe Aeed by , at def Sun. Tto und the place Tor Kaaa r Bridge to Petronile u a tillable Kew Init tuition. That does not Deal 1 but Eai Lomen to nutty. Place Rainey Urr Goode stole. Man or woman who Attan Jih to live Era omeally awl Kwh Tser and yet Nof Leeti to examine Tebei Aalama Alvainey i store. R a1nkv8 la the place o tit am. Paper and Etui w the beet my to Cambridge pm in Paperi

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