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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - September 27, 1888, Cambridge, Ohio Tfelt Jefferson an. My Tomb 87. Ii Mattis. County and Kioh boyhood Public school Ltd tort Lor Ion h. K. Or Donrald i. Whitney w. C. A Comtoi year by Omo we mind us following Tolore. Junta Hulljr by shop j. H. Tent Mary a. Lumora Robert Norm mid Harvard qty Tetu. The above one but that could be elected and will be Lolly to the Standard year. Tor the entire Coors referral 25 a trip West. I i for neck. 6. S _ 8 a s w. E Morris the tobacco merchant Caulwell Telli m that while it la policy for tobacco in Mineral to air cure their tobacco Thia year in the Clayville country in oui Ore their Tomeco. He that the Villa Toh Mccoin the Tobarco k own in part tit. Country but that it too Light for air cure. It should be Fred so i to Ninon be Law and yellow so Chw Tyr Cor for May so blk in improving slowly. Sparta Low prices at Horn Brook s store for a few us. W. Lawrence jr., will make in Jefferson next week auditor Smith Tii Edny even Ini by a number and Fri Eucly mailing upon him with greeting and prawn a put scions Good Wil t the occasion being Bia 47th birthday. Hon. J. W. Campbell presided and Rev. J. A. Trapp made a presentation a verb to which. Smith responded. The evening spent very pleasantly mrs. Smith s Surprise to her worthy in shall was Complete and she treated her guests Handa Muly. Or. And 1. A. Oldham place were at Home to a number their Irie mls la-4 thursday evening in Honor the Eon Howard to Mirs Alfa Tho Gumti number ing about fort live were very Rem Antly enter sine i by these worthy peo ple. At a season blk hour a sumptuous Intel served which it id need less to any was enjoyed by everybody Protu it. Tie and wish the Young couple a Happy and prosperous journey through life. The Caldwell term common Plean court Dittoe monday with a very Light docket. W. A Frye delivered n ringing prohibition speech the Public Square Tam Day Naglit. O. Ayeras j. Have Piir Rhewl the Stock Raymond a . Anil Aro receiving my duly. With thanks the receipt valuable from lion. 1. Taylor and senator i Lynn. A Large an not is shipped from Senecaville the cannot sep ply the demand. Rev. 8. Bart who comes to Cambridge m. K Church m one the bleat preachers in the conference. Or. I. Mcclure Knox. H Grum the Franklin College in now the Western Theo isl Seminary at Al us by City. W. Lawrence and Hon. Divid g. Mennoo addressed a Large and enthusiastic democratic meeting at fail View saturday night. " m Lawrence jr., went to Maui Xoe Day an i delivered an Eldress the democratic convention that Wenblad that Dav Luv in mull Vilkin made charging Herman Hiltz i h in Vigo violated Ilia liquor Ordin Ance Weill Sedny Anit another Char Gnu Edward Mochn Ltd with a like Olfonse lust sith Mlay. On tues Day a Ter noon a n to dismiss the purse coition supported by null us Vita. Was argued before the and Over ruled. The Legal Tunde in clude the grounds Tor the recent quo warranty proceeding against the coun cil nil Envor an i the in Constitution a Ity the ordinance and the Dow Law. In Hie Case against it Nunn bal Nellz a jury twelve the ii one Impan eled in Cambridge in the mayor s court wan struck and the trial began at 9 clock kid trial t Ommon Dirkje. Melatan the b. 40. And o., q. We were tabled to tto at but behind and entrust our part in ing country to other for three pact. The Beautiful september weather the pleasing and Ever varying Teener through Ohio Indiana Illinois Iowa and Nebraska Are Well calculated to contribute to rest amusement us pleasure. At first we travelled local trains in order that we might halt Occa Lionly Call upon by the Way. Oar first cell with in the Beautiful and battling town Mansfield where modern Progress itself in the electric railway being the latest. Arriving at Chicago we we e met and welcomed by the family that Veteran Cit Lien Souli Erand Prince among gentlemen col. W. Baveler with whom we remained Over sunday. Here we visited the Parks Public institutions that wonder Ful City the Inland seas the rapid growth and development which Chal admiration and wonder. Of sewers electric Tele phone paved streets and grip Linee have been built since our visit a few years ago. The City is rapidly extending until Many suburbs composed the business men with All the the City proper Are elites themselves. Chicago is rapidly coming to the front and will soon be the second City in the Union. We attended i with agricultural productions that was i As Fine As think can be shown in any state in the Union. Returning we spent a few Days at red Oak Iowa where. H. W. Shriver resides. Here too a enjoyed a hospitality in True Western style Hearty abundant. On our Way Home Ward we spent one Day in the Chicago exposition which displayed with one taste and in great abundance the goods and wares the Murchant and manufacturers the City. Arriving at Cam Bridge we look Back Over our visit with pleasant recollections and almost bewildered with the wonderful Progress the vast Fertile Region West us. We not wonder at the fact that so Many our energetic Young men go West to grow up with the country. J. M. A. Ski tonal. Hon. Wai. Barton has removed to Quaker City. Miss Charlene Taylor is Vining rela Tives in Cincinnati. Miss Wattle Scott Gallagher spent sunday with friends in this City. Sex sheriff listen Burris is visiting relatives in Zanesville this week. J. M. Amos and wife returned thurs Day from an extended Western trip. F. L. Rosamond eeq., went to Cali Well tuesday Legal business. Rev. Otho Gri Insley Beine Raville is visiting his parents in this county memorial resolutions. A general order Hae been issued from the Headquarters the Ohio division the hems veterans directing that the Camp colors and aide arms be draped in mourning for thirty Days in memory the late general Sheri Cun. Cambridge Camp no 283 has passed the following resolutions the Cambridge Camp sons Veter ans with the whole Loyal people the country mourns the death general Philip h. Sheridan. Following tha prime purpose the order it recalls his illustrious record in the military service tha government together with his Exon Plary career As a civilian born upon the soil our own state and in a neighbouring county bin life has been a matter constant Pride to Hie friends Liia neighbors and to this great Commonwealth who among her Large family notable ions was pleased to Call him chief we have encouragement from Tomt life which having its beginning in the humbler Walka an obscure town by a steady honest pro Gneva culminated in the highest military office our country can bestow a boy Hood marked Liy in Nutry and application to the duties Kirbt at hand the five Yeara training with a most distinguished class for the Stern Ruapon Bilbili ties which the approaching years were miss Mary Lawrence is spending this greater number Wexler people nuer ohioans. Have Vini their old Cornea and friends during the Omha than Ever before. We Cave a Lew Copija the Law Aad Mills Bill for who Aie not subscribers to the Call and get one. The balloon men Are now the Washington fair grounds and will posit the y Mue Parachute descent Only one ascension will made. The two la Tarot birthday Vinton Mclain celebrated by his neighbors the Kwh at Bis lather s Mii Leoce Cumberland. It wan a very to Avant enlivened Saraie. Banquet Anil social the Bouse occupied by David him one half mile East Winchester was Der toyed by tire one it Columbus unlit limit tickets. Divine service at the brat Baptist Church and heard the distinguished. Hen son whom our people will remember with pleasure deliver one Hie grand Sermone kids Rafors. Did not visit the newspaper but contented Salven with daily perusal All the leading morning and evening it difficult to Dis cover from their perusal what the Posi tion their la As to politics. An air Independence Manifest so much that after looking Over four the principal dailies i inquired our Host which is the democratic to which be replied in a sarcastic tone Tribune i think Boon will leaving Chicago the 0. B. Q. Railroad we visited the Beautiful Little City Macomb where we spent a few Days with Geo. B. Clingon and family stood Over the grave our Soldier brother in the Beautiful cemetery Rode behind the spanking roadsters the Pride. Lingan and the envy Many Drivers Over a Beautiful country abounding in luxuriant Corn which give Promise a Harvest that would astonish one who had seen Only the Cornol the Eastern portion our country. All through that portion Illinois but especially in Iowa and Nebraska the crop a enormous us perfectly matured. The j. We were curious to ascertain the condition lira in regard to this Railroad but the Taftt need the property leaves the Ordinary observer no Chance to make observations worthy note. We Rover and with intelligent engineers both Union and from the the following appointments have been made by the m a Pone Ereni e Lor the can Bride District w l Dixon .8 Hurt Caldwell Joseph ule Bill Byesville j. K. Crimes Cumberland w. Key Chandlersville h. H. Weaton Doxier City s. T. Johnson Bethel Cir Cuit w h. Piggott Beverly t. W. Anderson h. M. tier new Mii Tomoras a w. Riiber Sarahsville t i. Senecaville m Moses Norwich j a. Hunter a. H. Dormer was returned an presiding elder Ibe new Philadel phia Dot dirt. Rpm. Fohn Brown goes to As Tatu a we. Peregoy to the Barnes Ville circuit. Or .1. Mills returned to elder the Cir Cuit k. Manchu Titer and a ii. Hol i Ngn head were returned to their old w. U. Wallers Cambridge wan to master Don. The seventh annual convention Trusten and Chil Dren s domes Ohio Wilt meet at Marietta october 17 and in the Date the convention originally sliced for Tom second tuesday in october having Buen Ubangi to tie to ural tuesday in october. The exercises will begin tuesday eve Ning october into at 7 30 with an address by Hon. We. Howard n. It Cinci Miti late president the nation Al association charities and corrections Kev. B. W. Chidlaw m. Follett late judge the supreme court Ohio and others will deliver addresses. The representation is made up from the trustees superintendents matrons and teachers the children s Llomis the state both Public private and denominational. All who lire in m in in the education and training the children the state especially in counties haying no Are cordially invited to attend and take part in the exec . Money talks. There has been so much said about our one Price system doing business and the Public has had it pumped into them so Strong that we i i not live up Loon claims etc., that we have concluded to close the months our defame at our stroke and Honvo with Guernsey n it ional Bank As a forfeit to any one who can detect us in Selling any article in the House for than the marked Price which at All times will be the lowest to be had in this any other Market. Furthermore forfeit will hold Good where we give More than one pair suspenders with any Purchase where we make an allowance any kind except it be for a soiled damaged article to a wholesale customer where we Mark Down the entire line to a corresponding Price. This certainly ought to be a guarantee to Sny Man that i is buying his go ids Worth the it would he the very poorest business policy for us to Mark goods for More than they Are Worth under such a sys for their very Liberal patronage in i he past and promising oar very beet in the future i am very truly Troun l. Kumcu Byci. Thiu to certify that l. I Ruhberg Nee deposited with National Bank Lor the per pee above Forth. A. A. Tavion latter we were informed that the service was is Good now As before the strike that striking engineers were filled with competent workmen and instanced the fact that expert and Veteran engineers from the b. A. O. Heading mis Onri Pacific roads had rond. By the former we were told that in the contest both the and the company were badly worsted. The strikers because t n in places Are filled now mainly by men who were Likely to the Oren Pany because their Are m n who have been expelled from the Union who could not become num Bers because their moral character Lack proper skill. As said he As these men think they Are solid in their their old habits will become Manifest and the company will discover these facts to their we observed that so Lindula had recently been adopted that reduced the passenger service but from the condition the trains we Are certain additional trains could be used and Well filled. But the greatest Rush in a times was in Progress thousands tempted by the Low rates were going East to visit old friends and scenes Iid attend the Ohio Centennial while later were returning Home. An immense travel Westward has been attracted by the special Harvest excursion rates which this Road been Foremost in advertising. Immense freight trains loaded with live Slock and other Western were seen our magnificent solid double header Vestibule train whirled by. Iowa amp ukr pub arriving at the Beautiful Village Glenwood where Many Ohio people reside where one the state institutions is located and where business appears to flourish we met rela Tives among whom we mention the Woodrows and a Belveri formerly Guernsey county and spent a Moat pleasantly. The roads Are excellent and our take Pride in inequality style and Speed their driving horses. We put some them to the Tost along the Missouri River and enjoyed the recreation. Political mat tabs. While Here we witnessed m old fashioned democratic rally. Uniformed Cut Fps both men and women loot with horsemen wagons bands banners and mottoes gathered until one would imagine Only had any Hope Success in the Hawkeye state we listened to some due specimens Western oratory. The president s Mes Sage and the Mills Bill Are popular in Short the democratic position seems to be gaining rapidly not Only this year but Ever since 1880 when oar Leld bad Over plurality until list year the major Ity was hardly Worth counting the tenth Naiad is boundless and the determination to win written upon to demo cratic face and Many Republican Farmere Tor free Trade in binders twine tin plate lumber and for reduction tax upon the which plows Are made As proposed in the Mills Bill. Our Republican drove Over to Malvern where the held a rally got no to eclipse the former and it was a magnificent exhibition party spirit. The governor hid other distinguished were there to the talking us Well did they play their part. Hon. John y. Stone candidate week with her brother at Coraopolis a. Jacob Baker Tekamah Nebraska a visiting giant Murah gomber Avenue. Norman Hauler Alliance spent the greater part last week with Cambridge friends. H. W. Exult spent to monday and Friday last week with it. Vernon relatives. Rev. Wilson and wife Are vim Ting Quaker City friends and spent tuesday in Cambridge. Howard Riggs and wife spent a few Days last week with the family ins father g. C. Riggs. Hon James Moore wife and daughter Topeka Kan Are visiting the family we. Mcfarland. Hon. And j. W. White and mrs. W. M. Scott returned from the Maryland mountains tuesday. We. Kline and wife Corning Aro visiting their daughter mrs. Ii Wold South 9tli St. Geo. P. Houck after finding a week with Cambridge relatives returned to his Home in Rushville i. C. T. Ogier and wife Are in Marion this week. They will spend sometime with friends in that Vicinity. Samuel Fox and family Corning were t be guests Bia brother in Law h. Greenwold Over sunday. Edgar and Herbert Amos started for an extended trip Over the great Lukes. Frank Atkinson Esq Caldwell called with Cambridge friends monday his return from Columbus. Mrs. Jessie Smitley who birr been a guest at the Home Robt. Zahniser re turned to Tahr Schaville monday. Miss Minta Grimes new York City is visiting relatives in Cambridge the guest. Noah Hyatt s family Robt. Hannah Council after spending a Short time with rela Tives in Cambridge returned Home to impose upon him the comparatively uneventful yet Busy years further from his graduation until the outbreak the rebellion and now a career in whose contemplation the heart swells and the soul rejoices yet which the pen cannot adequately record. At first As chief Quarter master in the army the South West then the speedy Transfer to the open Field where he was Cortnie signed to the col Nelcy the second Michigan cavalry in the thirty five Days winning and receiving the brigadier s Turc and being place in command the eleventh infantry division the Arnny Ohio the Dis play us great qualities at Perryville and Miira Reesberg and at Stone River where he earned Bis commission major general volunteers at missionary Ridge lie to by Hia dashing gallantry he won new in urls which later resulted in bin being ordered to the East to command i he cavalry the army the Potomac from this the Page every history the rebellion Zebinee with the Story Sheridan the close associate and rout ident the to compare Blo i and mighty umi1 the trusted one in the Finai Mireme Effort to Cloae the struggle Knightly and irresistible in the sweep Hia move ments Superb in the management Hia army he waa indisputably the hero those stirring Days and the right band his silent sturdy chief. The death the great Cavalryman reminds us our duties to All Vegerana the War Weuste the untimely mias not alone those whose names illustrious but the private and the old soldiers m our own midst and with our grief and our Rel locations we re new rur obligations for their care and Protection. Suggesting that a copy this metro Riam be forwarded to the widow the dead hero to commander m chief 8. Of v. Abbott to a Leonard and to the papers this Community your committee respectfully submit this report. J. Smith 1 l. 8. C. Marsh a committee. Don e. Garis j. L. Locke. J Londono Civ Danl. Uldrick Iowa came last week to visit his father near this place. Miss Lizzie Nicholson he Drys Borg visited relatives Here last week Robt. Parr Iowa has been visiting his father s family Here for several Days. Mrs. Bade Tribby and her daughter Ethel Are visiting Fairview this week. Mrs. Ruth Crawford Butler Hari county visited friends Here last week. Some two weeks ago Jaa. Knox went Allegheny to attend the theological Seminary. Grandmother Whitaker Scio is Here the guest her daughter mra. Leander Bend re. Boyd Sankey Arkansas City Kan sap was Here at his old Home last week visiting friends years gone by. John Tribby returned last saturday from fair Soiot Belmont county where he waa visiting friends for a few Days. Mrs. Emma Crawford and mrs. Nate Smith Compher Belmont county were Here last week the guests j. Stewart s family. Freddie Mecula Lough has been suffer ing severely from running a prong a peach bearer in his ankle but he a now As i no going out the Marble Busi Ness i will sell my Fine Stock Monu ments at a sacrifice to close it out. Kyle the Marble dealer 20-2t somewhat better. Mrs. Clevenger Missouri is Here visiting her Sisters mrs. Fisher and mrs Katie Mcguire both whom Are in very feeble health. W. L. Tribby this place and e e. Henderson big brother in Law fair View Are spending several Days this week at Columbus. Messes. Arthur Glasgow and Robt. Wilkin left last week for a several Days visit to Columbus and Cincinnati. Or. Wilkin will go to Kansas and Iowa be fore his return. Isaiah Talbot and wife Missouri were the Gueste j. Stewart and wife Thia place As they passed through their Way from Poat boy Tuscarawas county to Points in Harrison aunty. John Thompson an Uncle mrs. H. Bonifant was a guest. And mrs. Bonfant last week he is the son Andrew Thompson this county and him been a resident Iowa 35 years. J. G. Bustier clerk and Comra useary the Iowa Penitentiary a former Resi Dent this township was Here last week after an absence 33 Yeara he says Many a familiar face has passed away since then. Will Lake and John Brien took a buggy ride one night last week to near Freeport and hitched at James Kerr a and in a few minutes they broke Loose Aud run away completely demolishing the buggy and harness but the horses were but slightly Hurt. Frank Baker this place who had j 11 t returned from Illinois waa Arres Ted last week by the sheriff Vinton county that state and taken to Clinton the charge burglary and arson. Broker stated that he had been living there with a Farmer who refused to his wages by the amount and he took a set single harness and procured a ticket from Clinton Iii to Colum bus the Bakers Are old settlers in Thia Region and their friends will Grieve because this member has fallen into Dis Grace. Cumberland. Harry Burria ill typhoid malaria. 0. A. Curtis Iowa a the guest relatives Here. Mrs. Margaret Daniel a the great Newark friends this week. Mrs. L. J. Cutter was the guest Marietta friends last sunday. Or. And mrs. J. A. Young Neoga Iii., Are Viau ing relatives Here. Mrs. Thomas Harper Viroqua wis., is the guest relatives Here. Mrs. Lizzie Smith Auxvasse to is visiting her father w. H. Mccloy. Alex Luce and a Young lady Colum bus were married one Day last week. C. G. Phillip s unc e Tom s Cabin show was Given Here september 25th. Miss Annie Paisley Freeland was the client mias Lizzie Howell last week e. W. Bay and family who have been in the West for some time have returned Home. Miss Rose Prouty and Cline Prouty Kansas cite Are visiting at w. H. Ste Vens mrs Zoller and mrs Emma Ahlborn Philadelphia Are visiting at h. B. A. James Collins Hamilton mo., was the guest his sister Lucretia Collins last week. John h. Daniel and daughter Rosa visited in Zanesville and Chandlersville last week. Mrs. Nancy and mrs Ora Edwarda Burlington Iowa Are the Gynesta mrs. Minn Conner. Jacob Hoffman neighly City neb., waa the guest his sister mra. Mary Mcclelland last week. Misses Emma and Lilda Halderman Kingstown Ohio were visiting at we. Stranathan a last week. Alfred Lippitt Meadville mo., a visiting Hia Sisters mrs. J. Knowl ton and mrs. J. S. Conner. James Squier Kansas City visited his Sistar mrs. Anna Stevens last week lie was accompanied Home by miss Persic Stevens. David Bay an aged Man living West town died monday morning after a Long illness Olbright disease. Funeral tuesday conducted by Rev. Kumler. L. M. Rodecker and family left for hot Springs ark., last monday where if you want men a boys youth s and children s fall Winter boots women a misses and children s durable water proof shoes men a boys and youth s ladies misses and children s dress shoes robber bouts us for Al the family and All at Money saving prices be sure to to Hornbrook s expect to remain until next Spring wit i the Hope improving. Rodecker a health who is a great sufferer from rheumatism. Cambridge Ohio Indian Camp. Mra. Emma Phelps is the i Csc Jat our literary society will organize the first october. A Small acreage wheat will be sown in this neigh nor Hood. H. J. Chapman refused five Hundred dollars for his arabian team. John m. Warden lost his Horae a few Days Aeo by choking Oats. The acne a Ville. Mian Alice Galton a visiting ill doing business. Thanking the for attorney general spoke Long and Load upon the iniquity the Bill. Bongo tier equally absurd he mid the Mulli Mil Northern Wool free Lleland Doty upon after listening to thai Patriot i retired with hew Hube. We visited the talk at Lincoln to Den m Unrau monday. 8. Cunningham Birmingham Iowa who attended the Colum los Centennial visited his Bister mrs. Palmer in Cam Bridge and other relatives in this county a. A. Taylor ksq., started for Kan Sas tuesday morning in the interest the Ohio live Stock company which he is president. He will be absent about two weeks. B. Wharton and wife St. Cloud minn., returned West this week after a pleasant visit with relatives and old friends and a delightful reunion with army comrades. Or. And mrs. T. C. Clark enter lined part Yonne people at to Weir Home Stenbe Uville Avenue monday even ing in Honor their nieces the misses Hoover and miss Clark Springfield Iii. L. Banker and family internet Iowa and t. J. Phillips Dexter Iowa Are visiting relatives and in this county the former after an absence Twenty four years the latter nine years. Mrs Maggie what Ock and mrs. Lizzie Arnold Clin Riton Iowa and George Johnson Trenton mo., and Joseph Mercer and Geo. Milone and wife Kan were the guests their relative m. F. Smith last week. James Jackson and family left Cam Bridge Lor Sterling evening last week whore they will in future make their Homo. For the present. Jackson hug no engagement As Carpenter in Hutchison Samuel Marlow Oxford township is an enthusiastic member the Oxford Cleveland and Thurman club. He voted twice for general Jackman and he Hopes to lire to vote again for the second Jackson the Young Hickory Grover Cleveland. Chas. Mcpherson who graduated from the Cambridge High school under prof. Burgess regime has passed the examination necessary to enter the University Cincinnati and is enrolled there As a classical student. This re hoots great credit not Only upon him but up the school. The fiftieth Annive Ramiy the wed Ding Day Daniel Logee and wife was celebrated the 24ih, by their friends and children and grandchildren forty four them. The occasion was a com plete Surprise to. And mra. Logee and a Day Long to be remembered. Or. Logee waa born in Massic Hutts in 1810. Mrs. Logee Nee miss Emerson in Rhode Island in 1s21. They were Parr led in Bene Caville sept. 24th, 1838. Nine children were born to them whom eight survive. There Are 23 grandchildren and one great grandchild. The local Board examiners for Cam Bridge will hold a meeting in the High building. Saturday 20th inet., for the purpose examining teachers for the City schools. 20 2t Romul. Battle Stiles spent last week with her bisher near Cambridge. 8.8. Linn bought some fat sheep week at 25 per Hundred. Robert Mckahan Cambridge was rust Cating among the Bills Jefferson township the latter part last week. Mrs. Nancv Gillespie left last week for Columbus to see her son who h Rick. She will perhaps spend the fall season there. One citizens shipped a few Bas peaches to Cleveland and has t heard from them yet. He Maya be is not in favor free peaches Oil Mother Kana was called upon to mourn the death her daughter item. Pm. Us Albert Hanei after with their relative borne Washington. Come to the fair. School begins next monday. Harold Hawk at the town Hall. Mrs. Jno. Braden is dangerously from typhoid miss Marv Craig is visiting friends at Cadiz and Steubenville. The big Boss race takes place Friday at Washington fair. Lam Coen has opened an Oyster stall in the room adjoining his grocery. Band entertainment at the town Hall thursday and Friday evenings. Lawrence Sells boots shoes hats can trunks etc., at the lowest Cash prices mus Clara Anderson Claysville is visiting the misses Cra Lorda. Balloon ascension and jump from the Clouds today thursday at the Washington fair. Mrs. J. A. Marquis a Fer Surg w. A is visiting her daughter mra. W. N. Perry. Purdum has had a Carriage changed to a Cah which will be quite a convenience to tie Public. Or. And mrs. Jno. Wilson Iowa Are in town the Cua ats their brother in Law Thomas j. Heiner and family. There was to preaching at the United presbyterian Clinch last Sabbath account the illness Hie pastor Rev. I. N. White. Jho Robinson bought a Horae lust week for which to paid if so. In a Day two die horse fell into a Well and broke his neck. Harry h. Heiner it. Pleasant w. Va., is Huniu to Ana his parents and Neuda Ted to enjoy the sights 81 tie big fair now in Progress. Min Jemima Stewart who Laid ill at mrs. I us use Clark s fur several weeks so far improved lust week As to be re moved to the infirmary. Alter her re Moval Theio she grew worse and died sunday. David Barton who left Washington some 34 years ago to seek Hia Fortune in California returned last week to Aee his friends and old chums. He was a Mem Ber the 1st California cavalry in the late War. In now resides a Illinois. Tel Graphy i will teach a class in telex trophy commencing oct. Lat 1888, if a Sui Lucient number can be secured. Apply to a. B. Thompson Coshocton Ohio. Sep g 4w _ bees Ville friends. Seymore Baity has moved his family top. Pleasant. Miss Marv Shaw is visiting friends at Dayton and Columbus. Ray. Smiley Winchester preached at the m. E. Church sunday. Alex. Campbelljr will teach in Hardin county the coming Winter. E. C. Riggs and wife Cambridge spent a few Days with relatives Here. Miss Mattie Neyman starts wednes Day to visit her Sisters at Columbus w. T. Findlay Baa returned to Sioux City to engage in civil engineering. Mrs. Kate Burnworth Cambridge is spending a few Days with her Mother. Mrs Jeff Rose and son Robert have returned from visiting Zanesville and Columbus. Frank Rainie leaves monday for Ann Arbor mich., where he will attend medical College. The coloured people the Zanesville w. M. Church held a Grove meeting Here last sunday. Henry Thompson is Home for a Short vacation Iron Ada where he will teach this coming Winter James Parry has purchased Rev. Wellington s property High Street for five Hundred dollars mrs. Hunt Hillsdale Michigan has been visiting her grandchildren the orphans w. A. Dilley. J. L. Pugh Zanesville has Pur chased the interest s. J. Rose in the Lime none quarries and in company with g. W. Moorhead expects to push them to several cars a Day. Among the visitors from the West Are Jno. Thomas family mrs. Shank Mcvicker Chas Thompson Chaa. Parry Chas. Guston Noah Riggs and family mrs. Ellen Lind and mrs. Julia Walker All Iowa Dewitt Thomas mo., and Alyin Baldridge Iii. The Many friends Madilla Ridge Way Marietta late Thia place will be shocked to her that she died the 3d inst., after a Short illness while a visit with friends in Washington county. She was the daughter prof. Yarnell principal the Coshocton schools the22d last feb. She was married to s. Ridgeway her remains were brought Here Friday and buried sat urday. Midway. Wethers Are Selling for 50 per cwt. Geo. Osborne Adrian Michigan is visiting his parents Here we Morrison a building a barn to accommodate his Dairy Cru to. Mrs. Phocbe Stewart a preparing to remove to Cambridge oct lat. Robt. Johnson has old 30 acres land to Wesley Sarchet for Jaa. M. Armstrong Haa taken charge the store and pos Ottice at Clio. We. Longsworth recently lost a Valu Able steer that choked an Apple. We. Bullions will remove to Washington about the Middle october. Rev. W. G. Walters hag taken sup ply work in Washington comity Ohio. 4th, 1888, to. And mrs. George Bonnell Midway a Eon. Jno h. Harding began the Winter term school at Slaughter Hill Day. We. Hixenbaugh has removed from Adaina township to Hia property in this place. Mrs Corwin Kansas is visiting her Slater mrs. H. E. Booth this place. H. B. Reed is making extensive improvements his residence and its surroundings. Mrs. Joseph Hillia Iowa a visiting her daughter mra. M. L Tobin near this place. Mrs. We. Raley and mra. Charlea Ervine Cambridge visited the family Jas. Mcdowell recently. Jno. P. Turner Haa organic a class at Thia place in vocal music. A full at Tendance in desired saturday night. Jno. Black sr., a former resident this township and brother David Black is Here visiting his Many rela Tives and friends. O. Warne has purchased a trait evaporator and a paring machine with which to take care the fruit his extensive Orchards. Danl. Patterson Cambridge has taken the contract furnishing 000 bushels Coal for school purposes for Center township at per Hundred. See big Bart ice in Winter boots and. Salesville. Miss w. A. Linn waa in Cambridge last week. The Farmers Are making Good use the Nice weal her. Rev. Chalfont preached at the m. E. Church last sunday. Miss l. B. Garber returned Home from Bellaire Friday. B. Brill and wife returned from Cincinnati saturday. Mrs. Heston Reynolds and James Stilton Are the pick Liat. We. Thompson and family were vis iting at a. H. Brill a last week. Mrs. Rodgers and mrs. Kimer visited relatives a Cambridge last week. Miss Mary Hunt Quaker City is visiting Mia Jennie Williams South town. A Large number citizens attended the political meeting at Cambridge saturday. C. 0. Long and Minnie Brill agent sunday Jtb. S. 8. Boswell Cambridge. Cambridge produce Market corrected weekly by e. B. Tyc Collum. Choice country produce brings the following prices this week eggs 12c. Butter 15c. Lard 8c. Apr. Chickens 50 per Doz. Sides Loc. Shoulders 8c. Bams 12c. Corn we. Oats 25c. Wheat 88e. The Guernsey county Academy Medicine will meet in the probate court room tuesday october 2d, at 10 clock a. M. Programme cases from practice. Cohen. Completion 3d stage labor Cain. A broken other. Rose mond. Delphila smoke in Membranous croup. Or. Miller. Subject not. Campbell. Regular forma fever. Boyd. Rheumatism. Moor Mack. All physicians Are cordially invited to be present and participate 1ft the discus Sions. A. Cain a d., Sec. Corn cutting has commenced crop is More than an average one. Miss Sanni Erwan daughter John Bunn is Home from Kansas a Short visit. John Hammond near Mantua had his barn full Hay burned monday last week. Robert Hutchison s Little Bov Clyde is just recovering from a severe attack malarial fever. Those who Haye arrived Here from the West All unite in saying the crops Are Good there this season. William Addy who left Here Over seven years ago for Kansas took advantage the cheap excursion and Carne Hack to Knox township and a visiting his a my Jrie mls five Harvest excursions the Burlington route c., b. A q r r will sell tuesdays Angim 21st september 11 h and and october nth Ami Harvest excursion tickets at to the farming regions the West Southwest and non sweat limit thirty Days. For circular his inst details concerning tickets rates time train etc., and for descriptive land folder Ori your ticket agent address 1. B. I Ostia general passenger and picket agent p., b. Q r. R., Chicago. Center township. Corn cutting. Isaac my Coltom is the sick list. The Farmers Are done sowing wheat a big time is expected at the Washington fair this week. Harry Beymer will take in the Cen Tennial and visit relatives at Voln Mana next week. The officers the Harrison and ton club Are John Wilson. President Robert Burns v. President Harry Beymer Secretary. T. W. Brown As big Cleveland and Thurman by Hon. W. U. Hensel also life mrs. Cleveland All lung sense bronchitis. X. Cured by the Emp i. Fie loue Ampton indeed there u nol Lagio nerve Exlaus Tiomi rapidly cared. It is the restorer broken Down constitutions. Mum Wulc Wiiri Niou Lori Saket Noie Rev. Allier is tie editor the auth to a atm Cut this out it will not appear again 706 Perm Avenue Pittsburgh a. Sep203m j Brandt Enos m. Meyers the tailor opposite Eagle hotel Cambridge Ohio has just received a Large Stock fall and Winter suiting which he will Distant. Make up in at the the latest styles piles piles itch ring. Moisture intense it Liin and stinging Moer at night worse by scratching. U allowed to continue to mors form which often bleed and ulcerated becoming very sore. Swayni s ointment stops the itching and bleed ing heals ulceration and m most a removes the tutors. All druggists 01 by mail for 50 cents. Or. Stavne son Philadelphia. Jump 2s Tyr list remaining in Hie pos Tollice Cambridge Guernsey con nov Ohio september 22 1 1sss w to Berry miss Nan Cohee uncalled for miss news about town. It a the current report about town that Kemp s Balaam for the Throat and lungs is making some remarkable cures with people who Are troubled with coughs Aow Throat asthma and con any dry Griat will Orla Btttle free Cost. It teed to Leli Eya and bottles Are Goe i Alice Campbell mrs. Sophia Sackson mrs. Lize Johnson r. A. Kirk Africk mrs. Annie Nossett. We. Qynn. Will u. Scott. W. A. Wilson Harry Wilkins Seq. Persons calling for the above letters will please say w. H. A m. I m m _ Golden anniversary. Linos Adilor Esspin. K. Known and wire us Brito Gnu a Krooni by a. Leto like Hie Nln inv heart Mil colors it Minoui Bunni polm. Tuck in Bui the Imp we h gloomy and Tell Oil Lull sorrow h our Lookout is Lurk not with trouble sin. Fifty Long veal s Are Lull diversity we Elliot married 01 not All Tow same but we u Ivo shared Many goal tilings Wuhu they Bronx lil us Pion Orelj. And endured As coulis Many pulls lieu Taliej came. Tetly cars Aro stretching in Joel fully live Lei modes i was a boy just emoting into Mauu nil and you Wab a Man full grown i Soe Yon nou As Tun 1 saw you with Fonn rivet my Slop elastic w1ih lips. And Siiter Wollant look. Blua Lilik in tie tints line and Type All we thought was Yod. You am invade Dor childhood Homo. Bro. To woo Ami tins mus i Lor. I wire and you won her too old boy Boulleray she is still clips Liik Tor her to. You have lived Topiol her n it a Century Ana i know share share Laboi Shai your Sli Arii Jour Mure gain a Ucol with persistent Effort even where you Rafailo your lives i Alec est. And friends and children Call Jou Bles t two was Good much to Bur 1 will Tell you now twas done now through it All you had your fun. Xou sly old Kijuu you never quit tour courting for your working. Cumberland o., aug. H. Lowest prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. One the finest is what everybody says the elegant new fall Stock now to be seen at there is nothing can equal the immense line suits Over Coats pants hats Caps neckwear underwear and m fact everything needed to Complete a gentleman s wardrobe to be seen at our store and our prices will please Hie born. Saturday september 15ih, 1888, to. And mrs. William Long Senecaville. A son. Married. Hept. 22 18s8, at the residence the minister Rev. Tannehill. We. H. Stockdale and Mian Hattie l. Par Kinson Bath Antrim september 13th, 1s8s, at the residence the officiating minister Rey. James Jones Salesville. K. M Gill Cambridge and miss Mary a. Olden Dunford 12th, 1888, by Rey. W. H. Mcparland d., at nig residence in Cambridge Ohio. Or. H. W. Ferguson Park Colorado and Miia Jennie e. Leech Nertney county Ohio., economical buyer come in and see us and be surprised How far a Little Money will go will buy a very respectable suit. Will buy a Fine dress suit. Will buy the very Best tailor made suit. Our line Fine overcoats at f and will fairly take your breath. Boys and children s suits Are so cheap that every boy in Guernsey county can afford to have one our suits. Children s suits in great variety at i .25, i ,75, and up. We have undoubtedly the largest line in town. Just opened this week Twenty five cases underwear which we will save you big Money. The Best overalls in the Market at 70 cents guaranteed never trip. Stiff hats soft hats silk hats at very Low prices. Remember the place 733 Wheeling Avenue Cambridge Ohio. Salmon Ewalt always keep hand a targe Stock watches clocks Ware diamonds Gold pens Gold and steel glasses. Give us a Call before buying. Fine work a 0090rave Bihl dig hah 8t, j

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