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r h t f THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. V:3t ?v n . - V Tuesday, ltlay 22, 1877. . II. It. WEST, Local Editor Sew Adi ertlaementa. Attachment CD. Dally, Ice Cream, J. Reinherr. (.Motmis & Armstbokg X3TThe seventeen appear this Summer. year locustsx will XFarroers in' all parts of Ibis coun ty are replanting their cornv. atyDemocrats, attend the Conven lion next Saturday, the 26th inst XagrDeraocratic Nominating Conven tion next Saturday, the 26th inst XSyThe County Board of Eqnaliza tion meets on Wednesday, the 23d inst. IgrCommon Pleas Court convenes in thl county da Tueidav, the 2th day, of June.4K?1 1 ?ii ' ' ' !: IThe best price yet paid for wool In Harrison county, this State, is 45 Vents. - -iEa s . i9"Mr. JLrohibald Hoskissok has wlthdrawnfom the contest for County fceoorder. kl fi k' - -i ..'' , -- ' . WWe printed 47,800 tickets for the "Beveral candidates during the present 'campaign. .. ty Vote against the candidate who Electioneers you far other candidates on he ticket. -v 9Vote against the candidate who retails humbug stories this week about liis opponents. t-Gold was quoted in New' York at the close of the market on the 18th inst, at 91 37r -r- TT jHTThe Convention ticket will be found on this page. It contains the Tiitaef oral! the candidates ?, f . Z Ju a a - - , m i " - i.rJ. XarThe cemetery adjoining town is to be put in better condition. It is a regular brier patch at this time. . J-Sendiri tbe'reeult iof the vote for . the several candidates, in your town ships, the evening of the 26th inst , if possible.' jMrWe have not yet learned the pri ces that wool Fill likely range at in this counfalv Buyers have made no move ment yet.' 5 t ', vV- lMiss Josix Okst, of Woodsfieid, "hair been! appointed to teach in one of ine departments oi me aiga ocuooi m, Normal, Illinois. .;.- X3TFinai naturalization papers were issued from the Probate Court on the 18th inst , to John Haldermanw, a na tive of Switzerland. t-Ttie Quartette Band and two String Bands were, .out last : Saturday evening : and entertained our4 citizens with tip top music, ... ... , "Sunsbury township reports 418 horses valued at $20,445 , 971 cattle, vlU677 37 mules, 81,710., 4424 sheep, ;$9,177.. .' 91 J hogs, 2,368..- j H'f3T8teubenville papers ;harge' fifty fcentseacrr for publishing "marriage no tfces:fcTne Spirit inserts marriage and obituary notices free of charge.' . j w ?. ui.' ' . - i i;i.c;." I'itgrTbera jf e 215 horses ' In' Benton township valued at ,89,273. 578 cattle -valued at 87,274.' i 12 mules, 8680 l.OSSflheep, 82,204.-; 457, hogs, 81,353. wnl i i .!' i. ii,' i. .. .-f yW We ans glad to leanr -that Mr. A. RBatDOHMAw; of Sard is, who was in jured the latter part fcf 'April by blowa from ii'hatcheti fs able to be about again. Marruo At the M.- E. Parsonage, WqodsflelJ, Ohio; Ma17th, by ReV. SAMtjELjCKbUSEiAir,-, .WltLIAJI BLACK in "Miss Sallik,Carpestkr,-both, of BeallsvilleOhlo. ' v " ' fcr Mr. B P. Bishop, of Center township, is.;the.wfler :;of ,a heifer, f years old, that has never had a calf,' that gives 10 pints of milk per day. The but ter made.fach week is 3 pounds, l ; grrhere has been no meeting pr caucus ef anf kind beld by : Democratic residents of Woodsfield, since this cam paign commenced. All reports of that kind are nntnMfi"-' imu'ixz'i 3TY,9Tty township fetnras. 258 hor bcs ralufed ktl 811,005. '616-catUe val ued at 87,287. 25 mules valued at 8870 86 Bhtfcry Valued ft i -'81,777. 512 bogs valued at 81,288. ..Atit I " " ,m 3TOa the 19;h inst, in the Probate Court'CHAslEs D. LiNDiMiKR, a native of Switzerland, declared his intention to become citizen.; of ;the .United jBtates - and. received his first papers. .-; , t r .rr' XSeneca township returns 444 hor-eaaai-caAUe, .7 males 941- sheep -raod 1529 hogs ; total value 834,728. Aver age, horses 838,69 cattle $11,25; mules 842,85 - sheep 82,08'; hogs 82,65. ' 7The law regulating the holding rf thefConnty Convcetton wli be found 'on bur nrst "pag'o.' Supervisor's should read it carefully and conform their pro ceeding's strictly to 'its "provisions. ,r'TXbi8' is trie) ray ii' works. .'In 1847 ,"in the U S. Army, 1,353 officers were sufficient to command 29,512 sol diers. 'In 1877 an army of 25,000 sol dicrs is Commanded by 2,151 officers. , - " ' . f0-En gland and Austria are preparing to take part in the Eastern war against Russia..' France will likely fall on the same Bide, while Prussia will go with Russia.' That would make a right smart war.c-i The militia drill at Neuhabt's, in this township, Center, on -Saturday last, was largely attended- The Clarington String Band was present and cntertalni ed the assemblage with "some exccllcn- mu8icv y r- ..f SWll you want tue news oi aionroe County, the general news of importance, late market reports, subscribe for The Spirit. r ,TERis.-f-Onc.ycar $ 1 50 ; six 'rtontbs'tS cents. ' Office, North of The Monroe Bank , . tfarLook out for some "whoppers" -feoratrlfelersitjii week) Voters .i,h't ? bo deceived twice by the same cahdi , .dates, which fact should deter a number f "nf Yhem from circuJatine stories ; which they don't believe a word of themselves. j;jn'i3rbur 6cuoq1s closed on 'the 17th 1 j. Jnst , with a pic-nic treat to the scholars P ,.tiyf-tbe Ueachers.- The . Vgood things" ' were arranged in Davenports woods, ; near town, and were disposed of by the children in short order. The affair was DECLINATION. Ed. Spirit : To the people of Monroe County, who have heretofore so kindly given me their support for the office of County Recorder, I take this occasion to return my sincere thanks ; and to those who liave expressed their preference for my renomination, my grateful acknowl edgements are equally due. But I am constrained to Bay that my health will not permit me to be again a candidate You will, therefore, please withdraw my name from the list of candidates for the office of Recorder. A. IIoskinson. May 17, 1877. 3rMr. James L Watson, of Lewis ville, Summit township, died suddenly on Friday evening, the 18th inst. , He complained during the evening of a pain in lis neck, but was not known to be ailing otherwise. . : WTUe frame of the new mill of the Nesperlt brothers.on Opossum, in Ohio township, was erected on Wednesday; the 16ih inst. Considerable aid has been extended to this cntenrise hv friends and neighbors and we regard it as wor thily bestowed as. the proprietors are honest, bard-working men. , 3T Goodrich admits that lie received all he charged, or rated his services at from the Chairman of the Democratic County Committee, last Fall. No one ever claimed to the contrary. Now let him produce bis evidence that we elec tioneered Republicans for Judge Okey's benefit during the campaign of 1876. .v , XyThe grading in the vicinity of Beallsville is progressing .finely. Mr. W. Harkins has seven sections to grade; one was finished the first of May; four will be finished by the, middle of June, and the remaining two sections, between Read and Detwiler and Maffit's con tracts, he says be can complete in two months. Mr.vHASKiKS is doing good work. i , ' ., -,:.': ,.(... -. t- : P , Cqamoc of Time An-, important change took place this week in the arri val and departure of trains.' Those go ing East now leave at 3 38, A M ,' 9 23, A. M , and 5 10, P. M. Going WeBt at 9.45, A. M , 6 16, Pr M , and 11 46,:P M. The regular mails are carried-' on the 9 45, A. M. and 5 10, P. M. trains. We will have the time table next wecjk. Enterprise, nth inst r ;J .r-;; - J3Mr. John Pool one of the Court Housd painters, slipped while descend ing the South side of the roof, on the 16th inst , and narrowly escaped falling to the grounil ' When near, the edge of the roof he caught on a chimney, with One foot and slopped himself. . Had he been midway of the chimney's he would certainly have been carried over to al most certain death on tho bard ' ground below. y - , j v HySiipervisor's are required to ad minister au oath to every voter, whose right to vote is questioned because of a question as to bis politics, age or what ticket be voted at the : last general elec tion ; (that would be the Presidential election) and if his vote is taken the word sworn" must be written opposite his name on' the 'poll book. " This re quirement of the law renders the work of the canvassing committee an "easy one when preparing to declare the nom incc8.;... ' . .... . ; 1U lAttorney'a for the creditors of Jfc Koeulkr k Co , representing, more than 50 per cent of the, debts of said firm appeared in the Probate Court - on - tire l&ih inst , and elected H. F. Bcrkheai as Assignee. 1 Bond 810,000. Since wri ting the above we learn the firm have effected a compromise with their Wheel ing creditors, and will resume business. Our people will be glad to know, of .the relief of the firm from thtir temporary; financial, troubles,-. and all - will wish them success in the future. " r-' ' ? XBonds were quoted in' the TJew fork ; market at the close, on the 18' h inst, as follows : . . i ' '. ' United States 6s of 1881, coupons..ll5 Five:twentie3,' (1865).:.......;.;. ' Five-twenties, (1865s) new.........lll Fivetwenties, (18G7K.. .114 Five-tweDties, (1868).. ........ 116 New Fives........;.;.:..::.V...-.u....lll New Four-and-one half8.......;.....108 Ten-forties .............. 12f Ten Forty Coupons.................113 Currency Sixes.................. ........125 'WC. H.,'. Goodrich's attacks '. npon Democrats arid Democratic officials, in bis paper, without any justification what ever, are not endorsed by anv consider able number of his own party and by not mote than one in every twenty Dem ocrats in, this county. His last foolish attack was against Mr,. J. T. Judkins who furnishes the paints and oils for the Court House and charges cost . and car flage." That is certainly reasonable The market quotations will Bhow the cost at the time the articles are purchased, as will Mr.- Judkins bills, but 'Goobrich says in his paper, did they inquire bow much the cost and carriage would be ? It was a good time to make a fling at the Commissioner's and to question Mr. J UDKIK8 honesty. The cost and car riage can only be determined after the job has been completed or as the mate rials are used ; the former will be the market price and the latter -exactly the sum paid In the 'way of freight. ' Mr. Judkins character for fair deal ing requires no defence from attacks emanating from such a source. We notice the matter only for the purpose of , showing the1 fellow s ' malice toward Democrats. .".".V.' ,,"': '. (From the New York Tribune, 15th inst.; ;i That the reading public knows a good thing when it sees it is demonstrated once more ; by the . experience of The Tribune Novel Extras. The two latest issues of this cheap and popular series of fiction have already passed into the second edition.ench within the first week or . publication, and . indications .or a steady and continuous sale multiply,. In cheapness, completeness, and compact nesp, ' no 'publication can compare with The Tribune Novels, and the quality ol the- fiction., they convey is unsurpassed Now that the story-lovers are looking around for, .reading, for ".the Summer days of. rest, let them bear in mind , the bandy and economical Tribune Novels, which ;any newsdealer : will supply for them, or which they, may obtain direct from the office, at a dime each,for works nowhere else sold for less thaa from 50 cents to 81 50. Belmont Countjr News. The Fair Grounds at St Clairsville have undergone improvements. Two hundred and seventy passengers were carried over the Bellaire and St Clairsville railroad last week. Assessors' returns are coming into the Auditor's office slowly, and indicate a falling; off in values from last year. ,, The Adams Express Company have established a regular office at St. Clairs ville. and appointed Mr. John Patterson aaent and Ross Barrett messenger. ' The first package sent by express over the Bellaire and St. Clairsville railroad was a package of Bibles sent to Bellaire to enlighten the heathens of that placs. Democratic Convention Ticket SATURDAY, MAY 2G, 1S77. For Representative. Henry Maurv, William S. Way, William Dougherty. G. W. Carrothers. Treasurer. John Gatchell, Andrew M. Crawford, William F. Schcufelc, John Rugscgger, John W. Gramlicb. Auditor. William Weddle, , Stephen A. Atkinson. ' Sheriff. II M. Hendcrshot, Samuel Groux, Michael Boughner, Simon J. Dorr, Samuel C. Milhorn, Nat. II. Eddv, William Read, Andrew Myers, ' Cyrus L Spraguo. Frosecuting Attorney. Charles E. Ketterer, J. P. Spriga;8, Jacob T. Morrill. Coinmimioner. Peter Dorr, .C. M. Blowers, Matthew Moore, Aaron Headley, Joseph Baker, : Jacob Affoltcr, Si. John Smyth. Adam Messncr. t.r Recorder. ' James Myerc, ... John Hamilton, George P. Dorr, . Edward J Graham, ; .Joseph Wchr,v H. T. MitchelU r Infirmary Director. F. J. Wiegel, , Henry Smith. . - .::Uii. ; . , Surreyor. .! 'j John E. Miracle. k . : ' , ! .. ' , Coroner. ;'; .; John Muhlcman. ' ' : Central Coram it teonian. . x PBOniTE COCRT, T May 10 Edward Maeinnis was re leased as surety on the bond of Eli Evans, as Guardian of Sarah Evans, an imbecile. The Guardian was required to file a new. bond in the sum of 8800 ;( y j r . : May 11. Jonathan Connor, Adm'r of Matthew Scott, dee'd, made a report of a sale of real estate which was confirmed. May 12. The following accounts were beard and disposed of as noted : Henry W inland Guardian of Sarah A Wineman, a minor; final account; since last settlement the Guardian has received 897 61, which sum the Court allows hi ji for boarding and clothing his ward. Aaron Hartshorn Guardian of the mi nor heirs of Wm Kcadle, dee'd; third account ; in Guardian's bands, oi Harriet A. 861 69 and of Mary C Keadle 850, to be accounted for; nnd the Court allows the - Guardian for boarding and clothing his ward, Dora B Keadle, the amount ol her moneys received by him. II. B. Hill Adm'r of the estate of Jo scph Strickling, dee'd ; fiunl account: the Administrator lias accounted for all mon eys that came into bis hands. . :. Michael Boughner one of the Admin istrators of L' D Gratignv, dee'd ;' first account; overpaid by the Administrators the sum of 821 47. " M. Moore, Trustee of the propcrjy of Mary Irena Crow, a minor ; final account ; in Trustee's hands 8504 13, which he is ordered to pay over to W, H. Phillips, the present Guardian. MaryNiebch Guardian of her wards vs the estate of Fred'k Niebcli, dee'd ; final account; the Administratrix has ac counted for all moneys that came into her harids. , - - . ; F Dichl Guardian of the estate of the minor heirs of F Niebcb, dee'd ; first ac count; due the Guardian for overpay ments 823 08 ; due the minor children on sale of real estate the sum of 81,200, pay able in one and two years, with interest. . Wra. Foreaker,'-Executor of the will of Richard Rice, dee'd ; second account ; in Executor's hands 8169 12, which he is ordered to pay out according to the will -.O.Truex Adm'r of the estate of John Truex, dee'd ; final account ; after deduct ing . payments And allowances there re mains 8828 33 to be distributed; the Ad ministrator has paid all of said sum to the proper ,, beifs except 892 03 due to Martha Miller ' The hearing of the account of Isaac Hatcher, Adm'r of the estate of Berkley Hodgin, dee'd, was continued to June 4 1 he account or Joseohus vox, Adm r of tbeeBtate of Isaac T Bates, dee'd, was continued. - " May 14. Samuel Gilraore was ap pointed Guardian of the property of Nancy Wells, on account of imbecility of mind; bond 815,000. -, : Snrlndlera Utilizing Name, ' Murpuj's Now it is stated that a gang of swin dlers, have concocted a plan to use the Murnbv . movement, to their Advantage. They go into the country districts and represent that a secret national temper- n r t . . - . t - . , ance organization nas oeen lormca, wi a Francis MnrphV as ' President : that its object is a political onr ; that all Mrrphy converts are to be used to elect such can didates as are named bv the secret or ganization. .The swindlers select for their victims men who are supposed to havo money, and offer to appoint teem the secret agents for-their respective dis tricts. If they consent an initiation fee of 850 is demanded, and if they 1 are fools enough to comply with the demand the swindle is complete. Wheeling Ueg v.tcr. .'..'. -.. " ' ,','. ;. (Froin-tlio Caldwell Vrets, 17th inst.) fluid Robbery at Sarahftvlllc. Sabaiisville, May .15 LastThUrs day night Van Meter's store was broken open, by some thieves, and the money drawer robbed of from 88 lo 812 in change; which he has been in the habit of leaving in the drawer ; also goods lo what amount, Van cannot tell. ! 'XMr.W.rL Bolon, a lawyer of this city, last week manifesting decided symptoms of insanity, was taken to the home of his father near Burr's Mills, Monday morning.' His insanity is of a melancholy ' type, and was . noticed by some persons months ago. Bellaire. In dependent, 11th inst . . . . ; "David Wells died and was .buried at Cumberland, this county, some years ago. Lat week the grave was opened in order to remove the remains to anoth er Dlace. when' it was discovered that the body was petrified. 'Ho weighed less than one hundred ponnds when be died, and now the petrified body weighs three or four hundred onnd? Guetn $ey Jeflersonian, llh instx irPensioncra in Eastern Ohio, who have been receiving their quarterly pay ments from the Wheeling agency, will, in the future, receive from the agency at Columbus, Ohio. The Wheeling agency has been abolished. Woodtficld (0 ) S)irit. Gen Harris, the Pension Agent at Wheeling, has printed a letter in which he informs the public that pensioners who have heretofore received their pay through this office will receive their June installment here, provided thtir vouch ers for that month shall have been rc ceived here by the 30lh day of that month. The consolidations do not take effect until July 1st After that date pensioners will be paid under the new arrangement Wheeling liegiater. ; jCSomo light fingered gentlemen made a good haul on last Sunday night at the residence of Rav. B F. Beozelle. They entered through a window into the sitting room, where they succeeded in obtaining about 815 belonging to Mr. Beazelle's little girl Tnc thieves then entered Mr. Beazelle's steeping apart ment, upstairs, and went through his pockets, obtaining therefrom between four and five dollars. They also visited the dining room and helped themselves Irom a roast of beef which they found there. These house-breakings are be coming entirely to frequent in this lo cality. St. Clairsville GazctteAllh inst. P"t you want a dish of first-class Ice Cream call at REINHERR'S. J-MORRIS& ARMSTRONG are still selling Boys and Mens Clothing, Boot?, Shoes, and Gaiters, Hals, Wall paper, and fine stock Domestic Dry Goods at the lowest prices going f"REINIIERR is prepared to serve Ice Cream in good style. Don't fail to give him a call. ; . . KEEP COOL, Don't suffer with the heat, go to MOR RIS & ARMSTRONG'S and buy a suit of Gauze Merino Underwear, Drilling Drawers, Alpncca coats. Linen Pants, White Vest's, Linen UUters, Alpacca Dusters &i - " KEEP COOL, Keep the heat away, keep the sun off, by going (o Morris & Armstrong's and buy a Fan from Five Cents to Three Dollars, or a handsome parasol or Sun Umbrella from Twenty Cents to Four Dollars. , m m m , . t&" Where is the best place to buy Dry Goods, Notions and Fancy Goods these hard times when you want good goods and plenty of them for a Binall amount of cash ? Why at the one price cash store of " MORRIS & ARMSTRONG. XrGo to Mrs. BELT'S to get your Millinery and Fancy Goods. Her stock is of the best quality and latest Btylcs. Prices always reasonable. S&'Ladics Hats, trimmed and nn tri turned at the Millinery establishment of Miss M. A. GUTHRIE. faTLadies Neck ties, (lowers for Bon nets and Hats, and other trimmings can be obtained at r ' ; , i, Miss M. A. GUTHRIE'S. WYoi can not do better in the way of Millinery and Fancv Goods than to buy of Mrs. W. O BELT. . . KWMts W. O BELT has the largest and finest stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods. She sells very low for cash Examine her stock before yon purchase elsewhere. ' 2w. SSTMUs M. A. GUTHRIE bas just received -a Urge and carefully selected stock of Millinery Goods.- Ladies, call and fee them. r t&'If you want a Spring bennet trimmed in the latest style at the lowest cash price, call at the Millinery estab lishment of -t -: i ,. L . ' Miss M. A. GUTHRIE. To the officers rf the Monroe County Agricultural-Society : There will be a meeting of the Board on Monday, May 28,-1877, for thq purposo of fixing the time for holding the next annual fair. Gecrge P. Dorr, May 15, 1877 2 w. Secretary. lerHighest Market Price paid for Butter and Egs, Butter must be Good or it won't be taken, at P. SCHUMA CHER'S. 4$ pounds Coffee for One Dollar 23 cents for Single pound. Bang your produce where you ahoayt get the highest price for, them, and vour Groceries at the "veryL lowest" at P. SCHUMACHER'S. .. . CASH! CASH!! Paid for Corn and O its at the Stabler of BURKilEAD & CO. r : Livery iGarden Seeds at JUDKINS'. JtCall at Mrs WAY'S if you want Pot Flowers of all kinds ' f 'iST JUDKINS has all den Seed for sale. kinds of Gar- X-Mrs. WAY, on the East side ol towny has ail - kinds of Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds and Pot Flowers for ZarEvergreens, Fruit Trees. Pol Flowers, Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds, Flower Stands and Hanging Baskets for sale at Mrs Way's.. iCiTGariicn Seed . .of all kinds, for sale at JUDKINS' Di ui Store. . iSTMrs. Wat, of this plaee,; is pre pared to furnish fresh Pot Flowers, Gar den Seeds and Flower Sceila to all who mav desire to-purchase ; - - :;' ' ' ' CALL ANO SETTLE, y A ' All persons indebted to me by book account or otherwise,' arc requested to call and settle. ; j. T JUDKINS. 3Tlf you want a flrst'class Wheeler and Wilson Improved Sewing Machine that noils in this market lor 880, go to MOItRlS fc ARMSTRONG'S and itforS3 33 1-3 ' get FARM FOR SALE. : ' ' ' -.1 . i'. ' . . , The tarm of Abrasi Stephens, con taiuins 120 acres, threo miles East of Woodsfield, is for sale. For terms and other particulars apply to, or add i ess : x H. E. WEST, April 24, 77 tf. Woodsfield, Ohio. R E.; I N . H ERR E Keeps BrenrI, Cakes', Cbow-Cbow, E I Pickles, Nuts, Candies,Tobacco,Ci- N gars.Canned Fruits, Jellies, Cheese, N II Sardines, Mustard fc otlu r articles H E kept in a first class Confectionery. E R Motto : Quick sales & small profits. R B E I N H ERR BUSIj.ESiS NOTICES. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1877. To Vie Democrat of tfie County of Monroe and SUite of Ohio: You are b ereby notified that an election will be held on Saturday, the 26th' day of ! May. 1877. for the purr ose of nominating one' candidate for each of the following offices, to j be supported by the party at theen3ning fall election, vix: Representative, Auditor, Treas-1 nrer, bbeno, I'ro ecating Attorney, Recorder Commissioner, Surveyor, Infirmary Director and Coroner. The Democracy of ihe several townships I will, at the same time, and in the same mauJcTp A A,Nn. nf Adam m.n,l,ln ner, elect one iiommitteeman lor their re spective townships to serve for the ensuing year on the Democratio Central Committee ol the County. The polls will be opened in the several i townships between the honrs of 6 and 10 o'clock .M and close at 6 o'clock p. m. of 1 said day, at the uaual places of holding elec tions in tue townstips, except in the town ship of Malaga; in' said township tlie Con vention will be held in the town of Miltons bnrg. . The nominations will be by the popular vote Bystem, the candidate receiving the highest number of votes to be declared nom inated. ... 'T The eteotion will be conduoted in all re spects In conformity with the law of the State TPgulatiug , general elections, but only tbe votes of; .such persons as are qualified under ,the resolution of the Central Commit tee, hereafter set forth, shall be received. . The Democratio Central Committee of Mon roe County, Ohio, have resolved, by vote, to invoke the protection, and subject said nom inating election to the provisions of the pri mary election law, entitled ''An Act to pro tect the elections of voluntary political as sociations and to punish frauds therein," passed by the General Assembly of Ohio, February 24, 1871, and the amendments thereto, and appointed the following Super visors to open and preside at said elections, as follows Adams J. M Boughner. -Benton G S. Algeo Bethel Isaac Fleming. CenterT. O Little , , Franklin J. E Miracle Green J. T. Cdlvkhhodse. . . Jackson N D Garden. Lee James Nesbitt. Malaga John Egoer, Jr Ohio Fred Zeh.x Perry J. R. Pennington. Salem B K. Walton. , . Seneca Casper Yocket. Summit John Dougherty. Sunsbury John Jeffers. ' Switzerland -John Rogsegger. Washington W. H Booth Wayne Samuel Hartshorn. Each Supervisor having been first sworn by a Justice of the Peace, Notary Publio, or other offioer authorized to administer oaths, "thby lie Is a legal voter ot said township and IB at he wilioorreotly and faithfully con duct Bald election, proteot it against all frauds and nnfairnesi, carefully and truly canvass all the votes cast thereat, and return the same according t- the call of the Demo cratio Central Committee of Monro County, Ohio, and the provisions of the primary election law," shUl then call npon the Dem ocratic electors present at the polls, and pos sessing the qualifications of person s entitled to vote under this notice, to ohoose two judges of . elections and two clerks to assist in receiving and taking account of the votes cast, to each of whom shall be administered the same bath as has already bean tikea by tbe SnpervUor. Tbe Judges and Clerks shall then proceed, as lu general elections, to receive the rotes, hear challenges, examine parties challenged under oath, and conduot said elections under the provisions of the primary election law. The following resolution of the Central Committee defines the qualifications of vo ters: - - ; - Rssolved, That men who supported the Democratio State Tloket at the preceding general election. Democrats who move Into the county and will be legal voters at the next general election, young men knjwn to be Democrats who will be of age in time to vote at the next general eleotiou, and Dem ocratic foreigners who m y. . be entitled to naturalization papers in time to vote at the next general election, shall be entitled to vote. " y It is made the. duty of Supervisors ta see that this resolution is carried into complete effect, and to conduot said election fairly and impartially. In case a Supervisor appointed is not pros nt to open the polls, any Democratio elector of tbe township may be chosei to aot, - ' The Supervisor and Judges, at the olose of the polls, will count the votes and declare the result, and return the poll books and tally sheets, duly certified and sealed up, to the -Chairman of the Democratio -Central Committee., who will at 1 o'olook p. m , ou Monday, tbe 28th day of May, 1377, at the Court House in Woodsfield, prooeel to open the same' in the presence of the Central Committeemen of the several township who, as aboard of canvassers, will officially declare the result. At the same time and place the Cpmmitteemeu chosen will aom ble and organise a Central Committee for Monroe County, Ohio, to serve, during the ensutng year. . v., By order of the Democratio Central Cddv mittee of Monroe County, Ohio. - , , .. david okey,,: y, Cliairttian Dcm Central Committee Williaji F , Wire, Secretary-, ; ANNOLJNUEMENTS; Announcing the ntimes of candi datet $3 each ' Tickets 82 per thousand. pagableifadonnce. ..... ,: Lav; .. . : -.rt'T ' ConYeniton,Siturday, May 26, 1877. nEPRESENTATIVB. : -4 Ed." Spirit: . Announce the name of TlsiiBT Wadet, of Salem township . -as a can didate for, Representative; subject to tbe de cision of the Democratio Nomiuatiuc Con- vention. ' ' ' Maht Democbats. Ed: SriRiT: Announce the name of Willi A 8; Wat,- of Washington township, as a candidate for Representative; subjeot to the deoision of the Democratio Nomiaatiug Convention;" ' 1 - ' ' Mast Democbats. Ed Spirit: Announce the name of William Docohertt, of Perry township, as a candidate for Representative, subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Co a vention, J ' . ' Mart Democbats, Ed. Spirit: Announce the namo of O. Wi Cabrothebs, of Center township, as a candidate for Representative; subjeot to the decision of the Democratic Nominating Con vention. - ' j -"'"v- - ." ' - Makt Dfm'ocrat". TREASURER. : Ed. Spirit : Announce tho name ol Jobs Oatchell, o' Washington township, as a candidate for Treasurer; subject to the de oision of the Democratio Nominating Con vention.' ' " ' Mat Democbats. Ed bPiRiT: Announce the name of AshrwM Cbawtobd, of Perry township, as a candidate for Treasurer; subject to the de oision of the Democratic Nominating Con vention. V - Mart Democbats, Ed Spirit: Announce the namo of William P. Scbedfblb, of Center township as a caud'date for Treasurer; snl ject lo the decision of the Democratio Nominating Con vention Maht Dihockats. Ed Shrit: Announce the name of John Rdosegoeb, of Switzerland township, as a candidate for Treasurer; snlject to the de cision of the Deuiocatio NomiDatiDg Con ! ventton. " Makt Dimocbats. i Ed Spirit: Announce the name of j Jons W. Gbamlich, of Malaga township, as a candidate for Treasurer; subject to the anon ion of tbe Democratic Nonunatiug Oouven tion. . tSisr Democbati. AUDITOR. Ed SriRit: Announce the name of William Weddle, of Benton township, as a candidate for reuomination for Auditor; tub ject to the decision of the Democratio Nomi- I iiating Convention. Mant Dbmuckatj. if n ,,-,. a r. jasa candidate for Auditor: srilijeot to the de , cis ion of the Democralio Nominating Con I vention. . ,r Many Democrats. : SHERIFF. En. Spirit: Announce the name of II. M. ITekdebshot, of Adams township, as a candidate for Sheriff; subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. Mast Democrats. Ed. Spirit: Announce thr name of Samdel Gbodx, of Malaga township, as a can didate for Sheriff: subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. Mant Democbats. : Ed. Spirit: Announce the name of Michael Bodgbkeb, of Salem township, as a candidate for Sheriff; snbje ;t to. the decision of the Democratic Nominating Convention. -'" "- - Makt Democbats. Ed. Spirit: Announce the name of Simon J. Dorr, of Center township; as a can didate for Sheriff; subjeot to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. Mart Democbats. Erx Spirit: Announce the name of Samuel C. Miluobs, of Peny township, as a candidate for' Sheriff; object to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention . Mast Democbats. Ed. Spirit: Announce tbe name of Nat. D. Eddt, of Green township, as a candi date for Sheriff; subject to tbe decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. -Mant Democrats. Ed Spirit: Announce the name of Willi am Read, of Center township, as a can. didate for Sheriff; subject to the decision of the Democratic Nominating Convention. ' Mast Democbats. Ed SriRiT: Announce the name of Aedbew Mtbbs, of Bethel township, as a can didate for Sheriff; subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. . i ? Mart Democbats. Ed. Spirit: Announce the name of Ctbds L. Spkagub, of Adams township, as a candidate for Sheriff; subject to the deoision of the Democratio Nominating Convention Mast Democbats. PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Ed. Spirit: ' Announce thv name of Cbablbs B. Eetteueb, of Malaga iownship,ai a candid te for Prosecuting Attorney: subject to the deoision ef. the7 Demooralin Nomina ting Convention. . ;j ,' Mart Democbats. Mr. Editor: I am a candidate for Pr08ecnting Attornev; snlject to tbe deoision of the Democratio County Convention. Respectfully, J. P. RPRIGGS. Ei Spirit: Announce' the name of Jacob T. Morbill, of Palem townBhio. as a caudidate for Prosecuting Attorney; subjeot to tbe decision of the Democratio dominating Convent on. Mast Democbats. COMMISSIONER, ' Ed. Spirit: Announce the name of Petbr Dobb. of Malaga township, as a candi date for Commissioner; subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. Mast Democbats. Ed. Spirit: Announce the name of C. M. Blowebs, of Adams-township, as a can didate for- Commissioner; subjeot to the. de cision of the Democratio Nominating Con vention. Mart Democbats. ' ' -' :' ;t-.. "" Ed Spirit: Announce the name of Matthew Moors, of Malaga township, as a candidate for Commissioner; subjeot to 'the decision of the Democratio Nominating Con vention. Mast Democbats. Ed. Spirit: Announce the name of Aabon Headlkt, of Switzerland township, as a candidate for CoinmisMoner; snbje t to tho deoision of tbe Democratio Nominating Convention. " 1 ' Mat Democbats. Eb. .Spirit: Announce tho name of jopeph uakbb, oi uaiag township, as a can didate for Commissioner; gubjent to the de cision of the Democratio Nominating Con vention. Mart Democbats. Ed"' Spirit : Announce my name asf a candidate for Commissioner;' subject to the decision of the Democratio'. Connty Coiiven- tion. Respectful! v, ' ,-.T ,, Jacob Apfoltbb, Sr.. r.i' Y T;i Frdm Green Township.;' Ed. Spirit: Announce tbe name of Jobh Smtto, of Wayne township, as a candi date for Commissioner; tubject to the decls ion 'ot 'the Democratio Nominating Conven tion, "' . Mart Democrats, Ed. Spirit: Announce the name ol Adam MkfrKer, of Bethel township, as a can. didate for Commissioner; subject to the dec s- ion of the Democratio Nominating Convention. .;;;; MAKT Dkmockats RECORDER. Ed -Spirit:. Announce the oatne of James Mtebr. of Perry township, ' as a candi date for becorder; subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. Mart Democrats. Ed Spirit: Announce the" namo ol Jons Hamilton, of Center tqwushfp. as a can didate for Recorder; ! subject to the' decision of the Democratio Nominating Convention. '. .' '.! ". .; Mast Democbats. Ed;, SriRiT : ' Announce tho name of Qboege P. Dobb, of Center township.a-i a oan didate for Recorder; subject to the decision of the Democratio Nominating Conveution. ' MAsr Drmocbat-i. '- SlMRir: Announce the name -of Kowakp i. Okabam, of Malaga township, as a candidate for lieoorderi subjeiit to tbe decis ion or the Democratio Nominating ; Conven tion. - Hast Dehocrats. J'jD Spikit: Announce Ihe name ol Joseph Wkhb, or Meneca towsutp. as a can didate for. Reoorder; subjeot to the deoision of the Democratio Nominating Conventiou. Mant Democbats. Kd tfriuiT ' Announce trie nme oi' O.T. MiTi-BBLL. of Oreen township, as a can didate for Kecorder: subjeot to the deoision of the Democratic Nomiuatlng" Convention Bt (itHDEST oV Makt Democrats. IF1R?1 4IIY H I RECTO U. Ed SriRiT: Announce the name of F, J. Wifgbl, of Jackson township, as a candidate for Inflrmary Director; subject to the decision nf the Democratio Nominating Convention. Mast Democpats. Ed. SnuiT: Announce the name of IIbnrv Smith, of Cen er townsliip, as a oan didate for re nomination to the nfBne of In t.rniary Director; snbjeut to the decision of the Deniocratlo. Nmiuating Convention. Mint; JDeuocuajs. SIIRf ETOR. Ed. Spirit: Announce the name of Joan F. Mibacls, of Franklin township, as at candidate for Surveyor; subject to ihe de cisioa of the Democralio Nominating Con- CORONEIt. Ed Spirit: Announce the name cf Johs Mdhlemah. of Ohio township, as a can didate for Coroner; subjeot to the decision of the Democratic Nominating Convention. Mast Democrat. WANTED. Walnut Lumber. ADDRKS3. slating whU amount you have and how long it has been on sMck, WATT & McKKKVKR, mayl5,'77tf. '- . Ba,nesville, Ohio. BROWNSVILLE SELECTSOHOOL. FIRST term commences Monday, May 14 and ends Vriday, July 6. The patrons of this institution are rrspeut fnl'y informed that every effort will be made to render this school interesting, 1h pecu liar features hitherto hlrac eristic ot other schools under the superintend nu ofthe Principal', will ba continhed'in this. Am' ng these advantages may. ;be. ennmerated the following; A Course of Lectures, a Liierary Society, a Normal Institute, Kxamiualio&3,tto. : ., TUITION. Common Rranrlicn, $5 OO lllglier IlrHiiclieN. (including El ocutinn.theLnguages& Penmanship.) S OO Private Lessons in Elocution, 250 each Tuition required in advance. . " Good boarding to be obtained at very rea sonable rates. For further particulars address ' .. . B.MABTIN, Antioch. M. C. 0. -. , J. A. MARSHALL, Jolly, M. C. O feb!3,7713. LAND FOR SALE. Clioap and. opt Easy Terms. Situate ia ' Pleasants Co., W. Va. THR undersigned will sell the following pieces of land cn good terms, upon ap plication to him in person, or his attorney, in St. Marys, Heasanta Connty, aforesaid, to wit: . . Ho. 1 A tract of 61 acres lying on the waters of Green's Run and French Creek, about 1 j miles from the Ohio River; partly improved. ' Wo. 2 A tract of 44 tores adjoining No. 1; partly improved; good land and location. : Ho. 3 A tract of 42 acres; game location as No. 2; partly improved. ' 00. 4 A tract of 119 sbres of fine land, a good portion cleared and under good fence; also, 36 acres adjoining No. 4; w.ll be,eold with No. 4 . ' ,. ,,- . ' , NO. 5 A tract of 1? acres; tlaber land; good; near the other tracts. 90 6 A tract of 95 aores, well improved. good orchard, &c, lying on Vanoleese turn pike, one mile from 8t. Marys, the couuty seat of PWasants County. ' ' . . Wo. 7 A tract of 6? acres; 25 ) acres ohoice river bottom; the hill land on this traot is of rioh limestone soil, the beet in the connty; improved; a good bargain. . The above landd Sre very desirable for farming .or raisiug grass, being of rood soil and near market. . Persons wishing to pur chase ill do well to call on me or B Patter son, my attorney; "at' St: Marys, West Va.; who will show the lauds, and the plats thereof, and give all 'information in regard to title and terms.C.Any cnmmuotcaUons in regard to these lands will be promptly an swered by R. S, PARKER, or R. PATTERSON, Attorney, St. MaryB, PL-asants Connty, West Va. : -. . - - , ; : t: ; moh6, 77m3. WHAT WILL HECOMK - OF IT? Is a qnesltpri now agitating the pnbllo mind Th grave issues betore Congress; the fiual settlement ot the late Presidential election ; the incoming Congress, ths new President; the policy of the -next Administration; and future welfare of the country sud people 4. re matters of great interest to eaoh and every individual. Such a crisis has not been pre ented sites the Declaration ot Independ ence. ,r' ' ' 'r': " ' ' " " r '' "' " ' A Tbotbfol TJistobt of. events, and doings of Congress , will, be giyen with , impartiality and fairness in the .. ;. . ... CI N CIN W ATI-EIVQl I R Kit, apnblio ppirited paper echoing the wishes of the people, advocating jubmtsiluu to the Laws, aood Ooveroment. a id the Rights of the People to be heard: upon all matters that pertain to the ooct,trys welfare- .. ' Thb Tbickt Politicians, always ready, to organize tionble, bni who never participate in danger,' will be Shown up in their true character?. 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Cinciunatl Ouio,' Probate Notice. , CCOUNTf and vouchors bave been filed In r the Probate Court of Monroe Couuty, Ohio, . for. ietl lenient, by the following Ad ministratora. hxeoutois and Quardiane: ... First and final account of Michael Boughner, Adm'r de .bonis nnn, with the will auuex -; ed. of Badohih Zessiger. . .. . 1 ' Second, partiHl acoount of Geo. Jl. Trembly, t Adm'r of Fphraim tt, Tremblyv ; , ?ecoud partial aooonul of J. U. M'cColloagh, . Adiu'rof Ki-braiui Griffith, . , . . First- partial, aosount of Jav Dougherty, , Adui'rof R.f.SIaok. . . , Fir ft partial aoonut of Williams.Adm'r of Jo.opph Alieu. . Third and final acoount of Abraham Bile wine, Onardian of Klisabeth hr'.euiue. Third aud final account of John and Flenry , K. Wiuland, 1-xeoutors of James Winland. Any person interested may file written exceptions to said accounts, or any item there of, on or before the 4th day of - June next, when thesauie will be filially heard and continued from day to day nutil diepored of. ' JA3 R. MttRRIn, maj8. 77w3. ProhU Judge M C, 0, US filTBY! .T) O. CASTLB AND : s I , f- J" G;lO;:RR.f pop k c l ti:.f iri:,' ..'! r Hare opened i their uyr reom on Cro WOODSFIELD, O JlIO, a well selected Btock of' .f-i.;! Drugs, Patent. Medicines; PAINTS, 0IL8, DYE STUFFS, ' STofious, Window . Creaks, : . . . . ' ' '. Pittty. nnntTMnnrl STATTrUCKHY . RuiTKn. . es and Pbbfdmbbt, Lamps and Tbim. - . -, MiRos. - Also a fall line pf ', , .. 6 HOC E 11 I E Si , . eoasisting of . -iV tj'a Teas, ! Codecs, ;. Sugam, Rice, 1. v '); Hominy, Syrups, Spicest CANNED FRUITS, 'K&C I, AC.i : : , : ; : -.- , v '1 ' yy. Which they wilt sell for Cash or A pproted Country Produce, as low as they can be bought in the county. .- , ' decl9,'76fv ' ',... ... : j 'i PROPRIETAltt MEDICINES ' '; ;': or' ; r: '';': DR. CHANDLER, F.R.S.A., - ;; Lata Pliysieian to St. George's and 81. EUrtholo-' mew't Hotpitah, Londoa, Curator to St. EfiMbeth't, ete. - ' After trrar ef the matt loAorlow re-'. teareh itnrt iixtPTKtlyation, ftr tM practical npplicmtUtn in trmtmen to thou-' oanHt of patient, Geo. Ckmndler, jL.M.f . M.D., mod prttentt to tho Atriericon pa Ii tho foluneittff retiwd let, hit tote 4U-. eovery and property, tho efficacy of H-' it attested fit tho votumtmono qfnmtit& of ; Uotimouial; tho nnsoncUe offering of - Buffering and dlMonmgtd patiemto, trho . have not onlg received relief omd benefit : from their rontinned uc, but hare oeen ' radically cured of nilmento and ehronio ' ; oomplnints, which hare beon adjndgod ojj ' tho moot eminent phgtlciani at bopetoto '- jr.l-.1l THE WOMDERFDL EGYPTIAN BLOOD-PURIFIElt V; IIJEWAR. V'.' Thlt incomparable nTTXTTtATlVB i' porrerfut ALTERATIVE, TOXIC, DU VHETIV, 1)1 APHORISTIC, nnd AfHRl ENT, eombininff virtue wAiafc render it invaluable and nroer-faUlttg, ami Aim . it continued uto HU thorough) ermdi, COM ail diteatet of tho' blood. 1ft innro-'-dientt art of a purely harmlett eer. tion, tho product t gathered front rcimla Egyptian 1'rowinect, and u-hero there. ia" tho tlightett taint. of ditemto in the aye tem, it never fail in. ejecting ikat diteata' through tho tnedlum of ihe tkln, or em prlting it through tho many and variant channel! of the body, thereby allowing, and, indeed, forcing all tht organ intof their proper normal and functional eon-, d it inn, A. very brief tpaeo of time rU( convince any ptttieni ttslug it, of itt un doubted reliability and condcrful cura tive propertiet, it being, moat unqnettion ably, tho very nemo of medical triumph, and tho yreatetit discovery of tho prveat aye, in tho treatment of erery diseaoal ichero tho blood ittelf it primarily tho " teat of tho letion or disorder, tueh at BCROt'VLA and tho tltonMttnd and ana oautet that lead to thit terriblo ajfiietion, of which all etrifixctt cmnmunitiet arm cognimamt, for Jliblieal Truth hat. ottft lv ed that tho "bint of tho father thatt viit oven unto tho third and fourth gen eration,' and to nxOKEX-lioWX AND ENFEEBLED COKSIITVTIOHS it it ' powerful rejuvenator, canting tho wreck of man onee more to- assume tht God-lika form of manhood. 1 ' Vor CVTANEO V8 ITSKA MEH, TTXTtr" , ARX DISORDERS, COTfUTirATIOir OR COSTirENESS, LITER AMD til Tilt Mf' COMPLAINT, GENERAL AND NERV OUS DEHILITY, MHEVMATiaM,) GLANDULAR ENLARGEMENTS, EriJ IIIEI.IOMATOVS i'ANCER, VVRrY, AFFECTIONS Of TUE JiONXS, XNDfP J.ENT ULCER, JEXAZX COM-1. . PLAINTS (and to tho gentler tem it it at boon long tOHnht for by sensitive, sutcep-i tible, and deiioato females, at it takes' direct action upon their ailments) AND. ALL FORMS OF CHRONIC DISK ASH, IN WHICH THE KLOOD IS THE SEAT OF TUE IROVItLE, it is invaluable. A perseveranoe with thit remedy wilt proro a positive and permanent euro.-for-. CHILLS and FEVERS and mil MALA-I RIAL FOISONS. . - i ,' . . . , Thousands of Testimonials attest tho, . truth of theso olaims. v . N'l "it ' . Frioe, One Dollar, it largo bottle or. tl bottles, $5. iiii DYSPEPSIA. - ';;GASTRON,.;. ' OASTRON Is a safe, speed" f, tfnd'ttosfJ , tive euro for that most depressing of ail 4 . ment s, and a brief course of treatment will restore tho digestive orgems to their pris tine strength, and prompts the healthy action of the stomach and intestine. The nervous irritability of Hierary and all persons pursuing a . sedentary life, is, speedily removed by this agent. ThtJ , stomach is restored to hrlthemdthekey-i note of the system will emeo mors respond in the performance of labor, :-- .;: I'riee, One Dollar, in, large bottle, or mi& bottles, 4)5. .... . ... ,... f.i bronchitis and luus affections; TRAC1IEOM. iKf A Uffht to-called eold wltl ofttlmei ' lead to m serious cough, which, unaarea for or badly treateov, must have but erne result it must eventual iu m settled earn of BRONCHITIS, or what is worse, the deadly CONSUMPTION. To all eugerinf) . from harassing cough and ewpeotorationi TRACUEON offer a ound, reliable, and permanent relief. IKaugmeut orpeeteA ration, and enable the patient Jo caret that terribly septle deposit f wMeh,if left ' without Jndichmr trtarnttntf must aom4 municate its poiso), to the vesicular sub stance cf the lung, Regenerating and del ttreying that moft essential of eramnti -and ultimatet only in cin early and un timely death. TRACHEON hat n eauarf much less a eunerior. and its use will mat only remove tho deposit, thereby agordimg treat relief, out neat too memoram na eaves tho patient in possession ef healthy' lung tissue. '' ' '"' Price. Ft fid Vent per bottts, or sit) bottles, $2.60. ., ' , ' PILES. Hemorrhoids, . aa a awu- riLox. t Mans eautes tend to produce thlt pain" ful and diet resting state. The Hood if - retarded in its return t the too frequent -nss of drastic purgative tends to product congestion of the bowels, torpid action, of i. the liver, and numerous other. taut ere the source of this complaint, and hithetfb nothing effectual hat been presented to the publio, which would rapidly alleviate sumptoms and ultimately prove am C0ret : xure. In PILON w haver m remeda which not only act almost instantly, but will remove the largest tumor ef the part (Piles) by absorption, and many who have received not only benefit, but hare '. been radically cured, hare been, assured (prior to using this treatment) by emi- ' stent inrgeons that the only relief they ' ever could carped in life, would be by an operation, and removing it or them from the body by m proemtlure which neeessitat--t-dthekuie. This remedy has been hailed with delight, and Is now prescribed by" ' onnny practising physician, who are oog nisant of its merits, as the only hnowny cure cure for PILES. ' i . Price, Fifty Lents per package, or silt for $.SO. . ' -( .'!!": :'!! THE A ROVE REMEDIES , ARtf thorough in the eradication of the differ ' ent and various maladies Henominafed , and are the result ef patient, searching, laborious, and sclent lite tnvestigutiowf embracing a period of many years, in, JSuroixt and America. If the specific direction are complied i with, thousands of patient will bear wit ' nets to their relative merits, and corrob orate every assertion. Where there are1 many cofhplicatlont cf disease, and pa tients so desire, DR. CHANDLER wilt be pleased to give all information, and treat by letter if necessary. " Descriptive and Explanatory drew lar of the above remedies sent en receipt ef stamp. If the PROPRIETARY MEDICINES are net n sale art kan particular druggist' sT sentt order to : . . t.; .it. . DRV CHANDLER. - 1479 Eroadwty, Jlew-York Oitjk J. T. JUn&IMS. ole Agent, Weodf field Monroe couuty, UUio. , Jan 1677 r. bob r popb .