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The Cambridge Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - September 29, 1892, Cambridge, Ohio The jeffersonian tie iday september 97, 1892. L. B. Llam Len Augusta me. "1 do not remember 1 in iian to True Hood s it was several Ico Ami i lung found it does nit a great i ii Paul m my i am 91 years 2 months and a feebly Good. 1 have us about me. Hood s Sarsaparilla regulates my Bowel-., Sii Murten my appetite and our to Mleva to a a preparation made i Well Salt d to the nun to old 11. Hamlin Klin Salvit. Auy Imu me., sept. L 1801. Hood s polls no a Mim and Calim Rne. Always Reid ibo. June 2 local matters. Buy your to valid Boot ase at Trail run mines a nil Sharp Bra Hoar has imm a com s they Haie dipl i it Falls. R buy your fall and Winter ases i Or. A. I irom i Lump miss i i Iii in in your i shoes Vav. Work the until is nicely. F. Smith. I Iriondo Here thur i Hose Kline i t ves Anil friends in Ion. To. W. Finley. Editor ill i res. Was in the City Nuu Day. The instant son Tho. Mrs near Concord died thursday his. Lodrick. Of Cambridge is Sis her Mother in . September 12, in . And mis. Tin Eph Lio. A daughter. Or. Stress it Marietta i Hie new jeweler Ami Waidi maker at Atkins. John Wolm Ron. Of brads is Peidi Iii this month with Iri jul in Mich Maii. a Riek Leton s res Tai Irant. Is quit. Ill with Rhi nut sin. to . And . Jack Cli in out Camwell Ary communion services will be held in miss Mamie Sunna rank returned to the l p Church at North Salem the Byesville monday after spending a second Sabbath in october by Rev. Dun few Days with her sister mrs. Scottie Monroe in West Cambridge. Otto theilheimer Deputy grand Chan cellar k. P., for this county was in Point ice Herd fairs Jess is the Idon Derry schools. Of i s. September 1-t, a son. Charles principal 1l . Fame Todriek. Of North sixth Street is Mshindi relatives in Mansfield. J. C. Bell hid Iland township. Mus Kinin him county in the City thursday . F. Blackburn West Cam Bridge i Ufa Iii is in Uteri Ssith cars sip Las. What a in come the Guernsey county Ruedi Al society it night to re Vic. John near Sun in Tiee. Will sell i property i tin 2xh. Anil Mose West. J. . Of Albuquerque new Ani Iii in feud in Thi incl Libor Hood. Or. John Gard ii daughter. I Loho w Cik. Mis Maud Pollock the ii Tol a. G. Scott Stiver. Or. James Miller id Pennsylvania is i i it Iii John m. A Idiu r a South Lith Street. Or. Elwood x. Lutali Vordy Cut la i Liand Friday while Par i Iii Trail. S. A. Ciai took Hili Hini tackle and left i Liday att noun a Lew s i it. I i lira ii skin a n turned Home after n with in . And . We. Thoma. Of 1 Iwa Are Sistini with the Mic i North eth the Allen s Chapel Ivil Liiva a september 25 g. A. Next his store Ijen vill i Roe Kobe. Daiil afternoon for lion. Milton Turner attended a Rons inst democratic club meeting in Marietta thursday evening and delivered an address. Or. And mrs. W. Lindsey celebrated their St wedding anniversary by enjoy ing with their i friends a Juiet dinner party. Samuel Gibson and wife Wichita kan., Are the guests . Gibson s sister mrs. Mary Turnbaugh North Lith Street. A valuable three year old steer belong to J. Berry Kimbolton was killed by the c. It m. Coal train thursday evening. Mrs. Ford Jones Chicago who a been visiting Here was called Home thursday account the illness her he band. John Leech Adams township Hail a Lars sail farm and household goods thur Ilay with a moving to Cambridge. Miss Nellie left Friday Lor run Iwick mil., where she will visit a few dais before going to malt i More to enter school. Samuel a Anniem and Wile Odell base Lemom d to township where they Aie engaged in Cachina w inter schools. W. N. Jordan Greco in kan., Stop Ped off ill Ai Brid in a Lew Days while his Way Home from the Encampment at Washington. Mrs. R. Crawford returned saturday to her Home in Oil City Piu alter a week s . T. C. Clark North file Street. Tie boy bicyclist Johnson made a mile in at Independence Iowa again the bicycle the Lioi a is no longer .1 competitor. W. I. William and to a Brokaw. Of Wheeling township Svere married the i Lih inst by Kev. W. S. Murphy at hotel Crescent. Newcomerstown. Grant Siu Inal rank and mis a Onixia Blai k were married at the residence the Bride s parents North town lat thursday evening at i clock. Pc Liap our readers have ulis ened that the daily and weekly Jan Are now printed irom entirely new Type. The new Dre. Is Complete throughout. To i and mrs. Ralph pcs. Of Bird run september 12th, a daunt i also the Mth to . And mis Sheridan Williams a daughter. Mrs. Julia . Greet the West end was married to . Taylor Wilson Newark. O., thursday is Onisim. The ceremony was performed in Newark. Col. Taylor and a. W. Nicholson s new offer appears in Thi Issue. I tin other Sipany will also to one two better. This now look like business. Goo Rue c. Gillespie Olmi Donald a More recently near Siil Siv tree this Coli nov. Has bought porn Petty in Colum Luis and will make that i Ity his Home. Mis Sloan. Alter a pleasant Isit in . Left Friday for her lome in Slie was Zacconi Nii de in her in feud miss Jennie Shroy . J. A. and Ella m. Phillips sex Young wheel him town ship were married by Rev. E. Senter it hotel cow Horton the Stith. A. C. Warne who has been in the Cen trial National Hank Lor the past month the purpose the business returned to his Home in Washington. A. W. D. Swan Lias in Cep Teil a position As ale Man with the firm a Buhl if Allegheny a. His Wile will an in a Tew week and they will reside in the Ity. The residence and household tools Ambrose Cunningham a Short distance South Caldwell were destroyed by lire wednesday n met. Loss insured Lor id. C. W. Forney i Bro. Have recently put in their plan ii Mill a new a Hor a Power build and i nine. It was tested wednesday and proved entirely satisfactory. Smith Loii Maii at the Home the Bride september 18s12, . Smili and miss Bertha 1. Loopman Lith near Bye Sille Ohio by the res. ,1. Ii. G Ray to have report from different parts tin county that the Corn crop nov being put in Hock i much better Quality than was expected and will be a Lair average s held. C. A. Moore left Friday to take a position us Telic 1 up operator the b. I. Railroad at Hauler the same Day Lames Veitech left to accept a similar to Cri. Sunday Sesoi Iii. A moved to the my it Corner Lith and Stu Frank Phillips burned pleasant last Friday completing the organization a knights pythias Lodge at that place. New cases filed in the clerk s Olliee. Elijah b. Hoops in is. The con ciliated Cambridge Coal co., for Money amount claimed Willis k. Ray Ley is. Marietta Shockley it Al., marshal Ling liens. Clark Padgitt Scotts mines charged with larceny from Luther half it had a hearing before mayor liar thursday and recognized to appear he fore the grand jury Bond which was Given and the accused went Home. The Smyrna fair held last week w re ported to have been Superior to any preceding years. The display was ele Gant in All departments. This fair in the constant care the energetic men who base charge it and it grows better each y ear. A Little child North 12th Street wednesday by pulling a hot pumpkin pie which her Mother bad just taken irom the stove her face and neck. Or. Moore seas called and rendered medical assistant e. Or. S. Hurt brought Back from Confer ence at Sci Bienville the Best executed Large photograph we have Ever seen. It show the entire con Ereni e gathered be fore the Church where the session was held. It can be seen at the m. by those interested. Samuel Hughes Londonderry fell irom the roof we. Logan s House where he broke several his ribs and was otherwise severely bruised. Lie remained unconscious for some time alter the Accident and still suffers severely irom his injuries. Mrs. Harrison Robins and son Harrison jr., Baltimore arrived in Cambridge Friday evening and Are tue guests her sister mrs. Alfred Weedon mrs. Rollins still make an extended visit with her Seii Claville and other relatives where she spent her Early youth. She is a Daugh Ter no . Hill. Richard and Matilda Dickerson West Cambridge were before mayor ban1 Fri Lay charged with cruelly to children upon the evidence the mayor Dis charged the accused As not guilty. It appears that the Man got the worst the tight he being knocked Dosun by a chair in the Luil lds the boy. Joist before the appointments were read at the methodist episcopal Confer ence his Bishop Taylor Oll ered player and Amosu other things spoke the minister just about to be to their respective Fields labor As some to their appointments and some to their i s. U. B. Williams widow James Williams formerly Ohio but nov Salina Kansas Soho a been visiting her Many relatives and friends in the country a been spi Iii i a few Day Svith her to advise and instruct the coun cil in regard to the pro posed new rolling Mill. Resolutions adopted stirring addresses and some show hot blood. All 18 Well Tomt knots Well. The ill Council and advisory committee it far failed to agree to any the propositions heretofore made to them for the erection a new rolling Mill it was deemed proper by a number to Call a mass meeting the to assemble thursday evening in the court room. Notice in tin daily j Kef Okmin Sanand by dodgers Given and a very Large Assembly representative citizens and payers were hand to take part. Hon. E. W. Mathess called to Tho chair and briefly explained the object the meeting. Geo. 11. Bietchert seas elected Secretary. Sir. Amos suggested that in order to proceed Lori ally in a Given direction a committee should be appointed to present resolutions for the consideration the meeting and made a motion to that Eil get. The motion prevailed with one dissenting voice and the chairman announced . Amos j. Mckitrick e. F. Green 1. A. Oldham and c. W. Campbell As the committee who retired and soon returned and presented by . Campbell the follow ing resolutions resolved that it is the wish the Citi Zens Cambridge Bluit the honorable Board Comici Lucu our representatives be requested to thoroughly and in a business Szuy examine the propositions in reference to building a rolling Mill and select and contract w Ith the parties that their deliberate judgment offer the Best proposition according to the hereto fore expressed wish the people. Resolved. That sve have Confidence in the judgment and honesty those whom sve have selected As the City coun cil and advisory committee Ami thank them for their Carell i Onsi Deramion the people s interests and urge thai no Gubor the venerable Man will old next n her old Nei win Morith. A Voung Man by the name William stiers w As arrested Al Kimbolton sat by Constable Mcglum order chief police Columbus u dial lie stolen a tool Chest and tools. He admits Hakim the tools but i claims he bought them from a Man in Columbus. The Liiva took him to Columbus. A. 1. Wishart. A Lornier Mnuskin Mim College student and miss Mattie , Hiigli Hill Ere married it the Resu Leibee the Bride s parents the was written for Macada Mizing and other the pro posed by Tho committee in the mane position that we have held since last april. Or. Rosemond said to did not want the citizens to think he was undertaking to practice any bunco game lie had spoken Only m an individual and favored the resolutions the committee. The question was submitted the substitute a division was had and about 30 voted for and All Tho rest against it no the substitute was lost. Or. ,1. F. Salmon then offered the following supplementary Resolution resolved that it the sense this meeting that whatever the citizen s com Mittee and City Council in their judg ment shall decide w the Best proposition to Subserve Tho interests the City re Girdini the letting the contract for the proposed rolling Mill shall be the Ultima Tum in Hie matter and no Good can afford to enjoin the Sale the Bonds. This Resolution was discussed by . Salmon Soho said that while the proposition submitted by the old rolling Mill was generally considered the Best that was out the question As the new Mill was to to located the Morton farm. Col. Taylor moved to strike out the words committee in . Resolution but subsequently Salmon s withdrew his motion with leave . Scott who had seconded his motion. During this time and pending Fiir Lher consideration then1 were some Sharp passages Between col Taylor i Edge Barber and . Sal Mon. The motion Tho supplementary Resolution was put and carried. Then the original resolutions As supplemented were adopted by almost unanimous vote the meeting then adjourned. A new proposition. The now hulling Mill not dead a shot. It inn at Centre Home in returned wed extended lid i Ter Felt visit 10 their Lendry Burg. Mrs. Mary Mccartney lie Day Iii Uhl irom an Chr Ouirt the wet. C. Handier the tute Lor the cure who by Habi. A the streets Friday. Mrs. Win. Mcnenly and us Chil Dren Milne Swille. Are the use to relatives in the City. Our local correspondents generally port a very Large acreage ssh at planted Thi month. Mrs. K. C. Brown and Little daughter nest Philadelphia Are visiting . And . T. Year Ley. Minute-1 the Cash Riyuo Baptist a Socia Tion will be ready for distribution and after monday next. Duffey it Hinton owners a steam iral Lery. Took in at tin Caldwell fair last week. Miss Annie to Linimon has returned from go Hen. Va., where be visited rela Tive during the summer. Mrs. J. W. Davis and mrs. Alicr Barnes have returned from an extended visit to the Eastern cities. The contract for repair Iii the Bridge Salt Fork near Brady has been let to Mckisson in Warne. And ill s. De. Brown have moved t. Cincinnati o., where . Or own will con Livinie his course in Medicine. Mrs. Or. W. East live proc. Visited her Cousin i. Ross i North eth Street last week. Gardner Krain and Whise Are Niak inn preparations m commence the brie work ii the new school House. New Concord a a Board i health Olio will at once enter upon the work Denning up tic town. The Ohio Haiti to convention assemble this year in Zanesville october 2-lt and will continue in three Days. Rev. W. A. Chalfant gave us a Pleasia is in have natural a flow cubic a been struck near Lam As a pipe Lino will be begun to within thirty Days. B. F. Flo mini has sold one Hall infer to in i fruit Larni to j. R. Huston Coshocton It is the in Ilion messes. Fleming and John ton Emit pc extensively in the fruit Busi Brice Bartholow Sandys Ille has in based the Homestead j. 1. Pat a near Midway containing a Resi ence and 20 acres land and still take Possession in Lobor. The Caldwell fair that dosed thurs a seas a great Success. On one Day ver 7.000 tickets were sold and each a then was a Large attendance. The rotting races Are described As Fly Fine. T. Farlam and family will leave bout oct. 1st for Adrain midi., to make heir Home Svith mrs. Mcfarland s Moth a who i in poor health. We Are sorry have such excellent people move from inning us. Hon. X. 15. Al Carton and wife Ash Aud wis., stopped in Cambridge from Rizui slav till monday with his brother he was his return ionic from the National Encampment at Washington. Or. W. I. Crumbacker went to Athens in thursday and contemplates taking a special Post graduate course study his Winter in the famous Sci tools and ii spitals nest York City. He expects to locate in Cambridge. Marriage licenses Hase been issued by judge Barber since last wednesday to John s. Brislin and Addie i. Erven Ira p. Deck and Mitta Mei Edenhall Taylor Wilson and Julia a. Grier i. G. Sunny i rink and Monic Black. The nest Concord Enterprise mrs. W. W. Mckinney and daughters Are the guests Cambridge friends this miss Caldwell Cam is visiting her grandmother mrs. Cald Voll West main Street. Or. Tignor North town was run in to and his buggy overturned near the p. Church Friday afternoon by a 21st by lies 1c. Knight re s Mills. It was a Happy occasion the presents were numerous varied and valuable. Or. Is Hart is a brother in last Prol. John a. Gray Musk Uigum College. The members the Epsworth league the m. E. Church at their mooting Sabbath evening presented . Burt Svith a Beautiful Gold beaded Cane As a Token their respect it seas beautifully in scribed by Williams Svith the names . Ii Urt and Tho Epsworth league. Jas. A. Cyer made the presentation address to which . Burl replied in an eloquent and led nig address. The changes were made by the East Ohio conference at its reef it Sion in Steubenville in the circuits in this county Baloss Ille was taken from Quaker City circuit and Middletown taken from Washington and added to it. Quaker City ire iut nov has the Lour appointments Junker City Salesville Millers and Middletown. Washington Cin Uit Lias but two appointments that Plai e and Center. Miss Sarah Zielley aged about 111 Sears who resided with her brother Alexander Lour Mills South Cain Bri Dirc. Died saturday september 24th, lung trouble. She seas a member it. Lermon i. Church and was an Excel Lent is omani. Funeral services conducted at her late residence by her pastor Rev. C. X. White. Interment sunday in my. Lermon cemetery. The attendance was very Large. About thirty persons mostly Young people Cambridge went to new con Cord Friday evening and took part in an entertainment Given by the Young peo ple the Baptist Church. They Svere greeted by a Large audience and the act ors acquitted themselves quite Well. After the entertainment ice Cream and cake Svere served. The proceeds were about eighteen dollars which still be applied to repairing the Church building. The Oregon state fair awarded the a motion to adopt is As made and seconded and pending the motion . Amos made a statement the nature scope and intention the resolutions and urged the importance harmonious and prompt action lie said the Council and ads Ivory i Ommittee were selected from our Best thai Thev were1 charged Svith a burdensome and thankless task and needed the encouragement not Tho carping criticism the people. He suggested that the delay had already been inimical to 1 he inter ests Cambri Duc As building was delayed and the Winter approaching should retard Nipios clients unless prompt action seas taken. Lie was Folio sved by judge Barber Soho expressed the Opin Ion that the report the committee practically ignored the i pros ement commit tee to which him stated that the contrary they Svere expressly mentioned and their Laith Lul work commended but that the Commil tee that any memorial from this meeting must be addressed 1o the Conn cil who alone had Legal Power to act All others being merely advisory but the resolutions left the advisory com Mittee to still occupy their former relation to the Council. Or. Bar Ber continuing said the Council is All right and so svelte the committee. Lot them act in All respects in their appropriate spheres. The committee were author ised to proceed and make a Contrael. If i Oiin cil and the committee cannot Al separately in their respective spheres Lei them act together. No Man should stand in Trio Way. Or. spoke at some length. He said Tho impious Omo it committee seas selected three years ago three by the people and Tsvor by the Council. They were to Rei live bids and transact business and to report to Hie each and every step. No meeting had Boon called this summer. The resolutions do not go far enough. 11 the had been de together ninety Days an i the Mill would be half built by thin time. Applause he opposed the resolutions did not believe in shit Ewalb. Or. Scott then offered the following substitute lie it resolved by tie Cam Bridge in mass assembled. 1 that so Are still the opinion that the erection another rolling Mill will be great Benefit to the toss n Ambridge. 2 that we now urge upon the Council that such Steps be at once taken will in their judgment result in such use the almost unanimously voted by in people this corporation last april As will result in the immediate contracting for the erection a new rolling Mill and that we demand that the preference be Given to Home capital and to persons not identified with the Cambridge Iron it sled company and not Likely to be doing business for them undercover is us a Viosa disposing the nest Plant to that interest. Hon. D. Taylor seconded the motion for the substitute and spoke to the ques Camilu Ishik Ohio sept 24tlt, to the Council the incorporated Village Cambridge we renew our proposition to build a new hulling Mill in Cam Bridge with the following modification to withdraw our proposition to Purchase the Bonds and agree to build the rolling Mill As heretofore proposed Tor the sum 11 and Tho site Tho site to con Tain i acres land. Or if we Are allowed to select our own site at some Point inside the corporation will pay Lor it our selves and build Tho same kind a Mill for a Bonus and we further agree to place in one the Cambric Banks a forfeit As guaranty that we will do what agree to do whenever the Council signifies its willingness to accept our pro position. We also Call attention to the fact that we Aheady procured a Lor which we paid and have so far under the name user Nosey rolling Mill As to be ready to proceed v Ith the building the Mill at once. Oxer the tin k is subscribed and every share is Aken and tax payers Cam j. D. To Yjih a. W. . Amity Lodge u. I. 0. Of 0. F. F celebrate their Lolli anniversary. Surcel Parade banquet grand Ball in Hie evening. On thursday the 22ml, the members Amity Lodge no. 17ss, Cambridge celebrated their sixteenth Annie Rosary in Ani Bridge. The Parade formed in tin and marched through the India streets marshalled by g. W. Booth. They presented a line appearance in thei Bright new regalia. After the Pugrad they assembled at the opera House when they listened to an excellent address by Rev. J. Kiddle Lionville Ohio his subject was indu try and the Gen Oral welfare Odd Fellowship. He followed by Rev. B. T. Carson Cam Bridge who spoke the Progress tin coloured people and Hev. W. L. Toliver 01 the same subject. Quito a number and participated Iron Barnesville Loudville Zanesville an other places. In the evening at 7 Dod a grand banquet held and be filming at nine p. M., there a walk in which Clark Speers am his lady were victorious. Then Foll Svei the dancing. Obituaries. Lion. He was in favor Mill not the old one. Of a the to rolling people who first for the largest and Best display canned goods to the Salem aiming company which James m. Kyle form Erly Cambridge is superintendent. Pay the tuxes should have the preference. Or. Oldham expressed the opinion thai the resolutions meant a new Mill. Or. Hose and said he was not in any Way interested in this matter Only As a citizen and tax payer. He argued against the adoption the substitute. Its Lan Guage is that the shall be used to procure a rolling Mill and also demands that the Council shall give it to Home school boards Tfelt and take action in Cam Bridge. Pursuant to a Call july 9th made by Leboard education Cambridge Winship a meeting was held in c Lim Ridge the 28nl inst. The object was consider the advisability repealing 0 Workman school Law. Samuel c. Birr was elected president and prof. W. Young Secretary James Stewart k. Newman we. Simpson Peter Adair to. Purdum James Montgomery James Chaffey John c. Rollingson. Michael Layman we. Mason and r. Boyd spoke the subject All opposing the Law. Hon. I. D. Taylor wan present and spoke against the Law and promised to reprint the school boards this county in in legislature in favor repeal. A committee consisting fames Mont Nunery a. L. Simpson e. H. Newman appointed to draft resolutions. They ported the Follo Sving i Ikekai there is much Diss Tisl a Ion in Guernsey county account the air Inge the so called Workman school in by the legislature this state and we Kokkas the Board education Ambridge township has called a county invention local directors to meet in Ambridge september 1802, too Sid r the propriety requesting the repeal f said last and i Akhkas we find that there a Gen ral desire for the repeal said Law the boards education and peo Ilc interested in the common Sci tools in lie townships represented Here to Day Daniely Adams Cambridge Jackson Liberty Madison Millwood and Hills and unit there m also much oppo Ilii to the school last be it lie Refore resolved that sve demand the re h Al the Workman school last. That sve demand the repeal r material alteration the school last. Rewl etl a that it the souse this that the local d hit tors this Only should All sign a petition asking the repeal the Workman Law and in repeal modification the in and that we hereby urge upon our ii Ember the legislature that he use All onor Ablo Means to carry out in our to Alt this declaration. That sve invite the Coop ration local directors and boards education in other counties in our efforts 1 maintain our common Seoul system disturbed by useless innovations and Ess departures. Which wore unanimously adopted with lie request that they be published in the county papers. A committee consisting s. C. Liar Ames Stewart and w. T. Voung Smih appointed to prepare and Forward to Osvin slip school Board in the county Lor heir signatures a petition to the Legisla Iii Ologio praying for the repeal the Workman. And Trio Nodi location the Osvell last. It. Mutt conducts last services pastor the m. E. Church. Sunday evening alter preaching an sex Ellent Sermon . Burt gave Bis parting Elk to his congregation. Among Othor Hingh he said i base Kuosin your new Nistor j. Carr who still preach is first Sermon to you next Sabbath Ince boyhood. We Svere students at the nine College. He has succeeded me As Laloi Anil i have succeeded nov succeed each other. Our wives Are nost intimate friends having graduated rom the same school. Lie advised the to take their new pastor sign Only by the hand take him into your Scails am especially advised the Young bombers to get in Lino Vilh their pastor. Or. Burl in Invar Lonu pastorate. In s ays no pastor can do his bos Stork mail he knows Hin Force. Thirty eight years ago in county Ohio the voice Tho Church said and the same voice still says Thero Loro 1 go. He hoped to see All the members the Maiu but reminded them hat it seas but a Short time at Best Mil 11 he end life. Regretted very much to leave but found Consolation ill the Tho Imohl that it seas As near heaven at one place As at another lie had Only a kind word for those the i who had not Irineu him their co operation. In . Hurt Sang in the Sveet Bye and the congregation joining in the chorus. Or. Burt and family still leave wednesday Lor their new held labor at Ille Ohio. Buy your Oil Grain nox e m All shoes Casey co. Miss Bertha Sultzer has returned to her Home in Flushing. A. G. Scott returned sunday from the National Encampment. Pat i inn new Philadelphia called friends Here sunday. The h. 13. Conference evil meet in East Liverpool o., next year. The m. K. Parsonage is undergoing re pairs preparatory to the coming the new pastor. Opening fall and Winter millinery and fancy goods at mrs. Forsythe a Jet. And 8th. Our thanks Are due to miss Kate Cul Burtson for a present a Bushel most excellent apples. S. Gilmore the famous band master still wave his Baton Earth no More lie died the 2-Ltli. Rev. A. If. Lease Fridd is the preacher i the Washington circuit not the name heretofore reported. During the fair oct. 4th, 5th Ith and 7lh, the c. Ii i. Railway company will sell tickets at one fair for the round trip. Mrs. T. Farlam who has been visiting i friends in Cambridge during the part week Lias returned to her Home in to Shattan the c. It a Hailway co., Are putting Dosun nest sixty Pound steel rails. The nest heavy engines and tremendous Coal freight require the heaviest steel rails. J. C. Palmer has returned from a s fit to new Philadelphia and Midvale. His Nephew Elmer Kennedy formerly from this Tosun is doing a thriving business. Jno. W. Amos near simmer yield has come to Cambridge to enter prof. Young s business College and also do some work in Hie j Tolice. J. Ii. Kinniey saturday sold his vacant lot main Street situated near the Scott blink to a. Ii. Clark. Or. Clark contemplates building this Stal table site. Married. September 25th, Al the Resi Dence the Bride s father in West Cam Bridge by Hev. L. 15. Moore . We. In. Morgan and miss Bird h. Bay Daugh Ter m. W. Bay. Mrs. Peregoy near is est Athens had her House burned up last monday. Very Little saved no insurance. Mrs Peregoy is Over so years age and is Hie another in hts j. Vance this toss ship. Correspondents to the weekly Are requested to Send in their items so As to reach us saturdays and mondays. Any important occurrence May he sen any Day and cd eff Day. It will appear in both daily and weekly. Hon. J. Al and daughter col. C. S. Sargeant John Voung Blue ksq., and perhaps other Noble county people Svere left in Cambridge Oser sunday Basing arrived from the Washington re Union too late saturday to go South in c. In Al he burglars have been caught. The quiet our City lius Otini is been very Muchl turbid at night by barium and Al a Lough our Good citizens arc Avert and have sent Many a deadly Bullet alter them Ulicy Nave still teen at Latte. Hut As May be seen by Tho above Cut Williams the. Jeweler put his ply police Man their and soon took them in. Now you May lit a glance see wily we were to Oldi to lion. Simply because when they thick eld those elegant Gold Wai Clies Winch he Sells so cheap i hey Goi Moil than they burial tied for As does every one i Lim deals at William s. Valuable Stock p01sqjved. Examination reveals arsenic poisoning. Company submitted to Only one three propositions had been the advisory to the committee this work an enormous Call saturday while his Way to arding reckless Driver who did not even wait to ton where he has been located by the apologize. Or. Tignor seas not in piously m. F. Conference. Hurt but his buggy was broken scale and ship goods to All parts the country. They had in the display Twenty live different varieties canned oods including different grades Vari Ous fruits and vegetables such us Cher Ries pears raspberries strawberries plums peaches and in the vegetable line Beans Corn tomatoes apples in gallon cans Etc., Etc. Mrs. Mary Mcculley received a letter Friday announcing the serious illness Svith disease the kidneys her brother John Lolland Oscaloosa Iowa. Or. Lolland seas formerly a Cambridge Learned the Trade Silver Smith Svith has. L. Madison. He went from Cambridge to thence West went into the army and Rose to the rank lieutenant colonel an Iowa regi since the War he has held the position Deputy Revenue collector until is84, when he resigned. During his term Olliee he travelled extensively in the Southern states m a special Deputy and had some stirring experiences with Moon shiners in the mountains Kentucky Tennessee and the since his resignation he has been engaged in the manufacture heating furnaces. He last visited Cambridge about two years ago. Which Council had refused to accept and Nebo refused to receive the report the advisory committee. This in Poting ought to give Council a Chance to consider All three proposition a there Are plenty other manufactories than rolling Mills. Lie was in favor getting the very Bent thing for the town for the . Barber hoped that nothing harsh would be said no made. Mrs. John Niblick Londonderry Soho had been seriously ill for some Timi died the morning the Mth aged Abol 55 years. She loaves a husband aned to years to deeply regret the a Sifi who stood High ill the Ost nution the entire Community where she came w stranger Only Throe soars a1 to. Her r. Mains were taken to her forme Home the i51h to rest beside her Kindri her brother Samuel Porter that place and her Nephew John Christy and wife Svere constantly with her Lor Many Days before death. Mauv other relatives and near friends that Vicinity came and went while she seas hearing the Valley death. a citizen Londonderry died suddenly the Mill after an illness 24 hours heart failure. His death was a severe Shock to his numerous friends. He at tended the fair at Smyrna the 13th, made a number entries intending to take his articles to the fair the morning the h. O clock that evening he Van suddenly seized with cramp stomach and bowels which continued in a violent form until clock p. M., the 4th, when he passed away lie leaves an invalid wife and four Small children his helpless fam ily have the deepest sympathy the in to . New Coni Oiin o., sept. 1892.-tin1 Farmers Western Guernsey Are greatly excited Over the poisoning several head Stock by some inhuman miscreant. Benjamin Marshall hits lost twi valuable Milch cows and one steer John Reasoner two Milch cows and one Buck at first it was thought the animals Hail eaten buckeyes some poisonous Plant but when the second and third died the Ere sure it was something else so con the last one . Marshall s As opened by Mccreary and tin Mach sent to Cleveland for Examina and it was found to contain arsenic pins Green. The probabilities a lit the wretch will be caught and if s e will be severely dealt with. G. C. So kill. Lie was opposed to the substitute that provides for Only Home company that in cited in must not to out to persons who have since sold out. Three had this Tock col. Taylor c. Beck Ett n. H. Barber in the old Mill. He went into investment things changed and a three Wolfl out. He hoped the meeting would not instruct under the second proposition. Or. Scott replied to . Those Mol suggesting that his Rosemond h remarks indicated that Hose Monral was interested in one the bidders that he did not want the substitute to be adopted be cause it did not voice the sentiment an old document. C. B. Sarchet has in his Possession the original deed made by his grand father Thomas Sarchet si1., to tin Cambridge society the methodist pro Testant nov. 21st, 1833, convey ing a parcel ground containing Square feet with the appurtenances buildings and improvements now erected said piece ground and used for a meeting House for the sum in hand paid. This deed was recorded by George met calf recorder and noted the deed received this deed for record november 21st, 1s3s, and recorded the same december kith in Book h Page 020. Fees cents to he paid in preaching. G. Mettam.-, r. C. Liis clients. D. Taylor recounted his action is a member the legislature in securing the passage the act. He had heard that Cambridge streets were knee deep in mud and the town unprotected account having no water works Etc. Was it the purpose now to give Aid to an already Well oiled machine he under stood that not one More Dollar was to be we appreciate. The Cambridge Skitek Sokiran now is sues a daily edition. Cambridge and Vicinity ought to support such a paper a editor Amos can turn out and the Journa wishes the labor journal. To old rolling Mill. The Bill 6th, 7th and 8th. Opening fall and Winter millinery and fancy goods at mrs. Forsythe Noc Fine piano for inure grand 4 round Corners carved is about As Good As new big any terms if desired. Address at one e. Townsend Cambridge Students Are entering Franklin hew Athens o., every week. Buy your Snag proof rubber boots Asey co. Bottom knocked out ladies watches. Also Headquarters Lor which Are listed to the Eye without. Extra charge. H. L. Williams. When you put Money into a pair our shoes you Are parting with it in a Good cause. All our footwear is mate with due regard to durability style and Comfort and our prices Are right. Come and see our Large Stock serviceable boots and shoes for fall Wear. H. C. Hornbrook. New Taylor Block Cambridge. Bibles hymnals umbrellas. Flannel shirts Anil in the made throughout Guod Stock and a and novelties in the dress shirts greatest variety Svel dose figure Lor a Good Quality. Collars and the Best grades Linen. Make it a Point to Lead the Trade with All the latest shapes designs and colors. Genteel selections in seasonable goods als Vays at fairest prices. Mailes and old reliable lines. Hosiery handkerchiefs suspenders mid All Small articles needed for a Iron Leman. Our Stock is Complete and we will try to please. Star clothing company Marietta And Cambridge Who arc gypsies a band gypsies who had been lamp ii Loa Thorwold East town Over sinday started eastward tuesday. Who Are gypsies and whence came they re questions often asked. The name in corruption egyptians. But they Are lit egyptians. They Are themselves Toma men suite sind they re found in Many countries the greatest umber in India they Are sometimes filled bohemians but their True Type is a sonic. With Tawny Corii Lextion Black my Black hair High Cheek Bones mil1 w Mouth with Fine White Teeth the if Lound in other walks life Oxild be regarded As beauties some i filers question whether any genuine Lippies Ever Lound in this country hey have no language their own it is atelier a dialect having for its Root the slavic. They Are the nomadic class miming about from place to place. In the 14th Century Many the coun Ries Europe passed very severe lasts Ign inst them and they were excommunicated much As the russian jews have Leen years. The Ohms Scot mid gave them a sort Protection to Ler John Law lord and Earl Little yet. They have been classed As Vana troche Loiis cowardly revengeful ind cruel having no redeeming traits lie men As horse traders and the women Palm readers and Fortune tellers this claim egyptian lore. They Lave Kings and Ipie ens some whom ire said to be located in different parts Ollie United states Largo lauded is ates to whom the different tribes pay tithes and great homage. S. J. K. Casey co. Our fair Willi yourself and see our fall Stock store is i crowded Svith 1h" newest nest styles solicited Svith experienced care As to Quality Good taste and style. The eight place to get the eight goods at the eight prices no question about those goods pleasing they make none better no question about prices being can sell Heap depend upon l s for Ivr Feit satisfaction and value for your Money slippers rubbers overshoes Etc. Old red Corner opposite Public Square Cambridge Ohio. A rare and notable prize contest. Who first placed his kit Imus Tho Declar Atlon Independence him i id an elegant Chick pure tonsil uptight piano to the Glrst per Eon the above question correctly Tsvor first round trip Railroad tickets t9 Chicago Anil re firn Nuil admission tickets Tsvor to world s grounds to evilness Miledi cation buildings 1h13, for cacti next two Correct answers a decorated a univ dinner Tea for Trio fourth Correct inns Var Anu Edh Onul Sec enl prize n Beautiful pair Tif Gold Ami Pearl still to Given the Glrst Cor oct from each state. Rach person answering Mensi Hond Flat can Tsvor font Stamps for 0 mos. Subscription to the Home jl1 Trio family paper a Wirtl Cullars Pompeii it from trin to civil Ornia Florida. The object Furni prices is to in this excellent family Moor. Soil Lod by ii id you May scour a mostly prize. Names All prize winners in Jot Ober number. Write Phenly mime Post face oppress Ollice. County and state. And iriss the Ilmi ill Sointu Oul Manhattan time Money and temper a Krind. even ing sept. 22d, at the Home the Bride s parents near Cambridge by Hev. A. Ii. Mcfarlund d. Air. U. G. Hiu inn Frank and miss Monie Black. Marion Harland s endorsement Royal baking powder extract from Marion Harland s letter to the Royal baking powder co can be saved by making your fall purchases at our store. For the last month we have been Busy open Reg new goods and our Stock is now ready for your inspection. This is positively a total eclipse every previous Effort. Remember our store is double its former size making it one the largest store in Eastern Ohio. Our Stock is also much larger and so is our Trade. We especially Pride ourselves the Large increasing sales we have the very Best class goods. With a View to this demand for Fine goods we Are prepared this season with the very Best brands and makes every class goods in our line. We handle the celebrated 0. Co. Tailor made clothing manufactured by us at Baltimore. The famous Gold medal clothing for boy s and children which for make Cut fit and style cannot be excelled. Manhattan and eclipse shirts b. A w. Collars and cuffs Dunlap stiff hats Stetson s Fine soft hats and Many other famous brands too numerous to mention. You Are cordially invited to Call at our store and see our immense line whether you wish to buy not. A f j Thalheimer s Baltimore clothing co 733 Wheeling Avenue. Ohio. Carnes j. Meredith j. L. Starr and we Bryant

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