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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
Tuesday, May 22, 1877.
Tbe SI, Clalrsvllle Railroad.
Si Claiksviile, 0 , May 12, '77.
Editor of . the Register:
vara it has been the deaN of St
Clairsville to have a railroad numerous
attempts were made to accomplish tbe
object, but without success uutil the Cen
tennial year,. Oj Monday last tbe Bell
aite and St. Clairsville Narrow Gauge
Railway was opened for passengers.
0iJ4 to the uncertainty of tbe day of
opening no previous notice could be
given, but .the Directors are highly grat-
ilied with the result of tbe first week' of
busiuess, , Oa tbe first day 51 passengers
were carried on Saturday 87 passengers.
Total, for tbe, week ,270 being an aver
age of 45 passengers daily. The road
is still in an unfinished condition, and
will" n4ulr'CODll"1,lD'e Attention to get
it in Grt class order ; yet all who have
cfJmewi-r it etpress themselves' highly
pleased. One gentleman from Cleveland
was ' on the lookout ; for the heavy cuts
and fills' which he expected to see re
quired to get up to St. Clairsville. He
- .3 r . 1 1 i i a .
was wuiiuecjiuny . suiynseu not 10 Bee
thjBth. jThe grade is tery easy not ex-,
deeding lid feet, and that only for a
short distance. The stations on the road
are Quincy, the point of connection with
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ; Echo,
formerly Eehol's Mills.latterly Known Bs
Workman's, and Crescent, about half
way to SCClairevine, at the entrance to
Anil's Run.. Length of line 6 miles
Avii'Uticy,' iuda a coar works will enp
ply the . road with a large amount of
traffic-' in "furnishing the St. Clairsville
market' .with coal.' Already the benefl
cial effects' are felt in the reduction of the
price of coal from nine to seven cents,
and a much clearer and superior coal
. thanas Iteenupplied At Echo Sta
tion -fepif ajiotheroodi trjine, which
will commence snipping as soon as a
6cjp eao be put 'Is. 5 Both' mines 'are
cOaviuenilj located for. loading cars
The indications are that the road can
ca.culate n , hauling . from r loO.OQO to
- 200,-000 bushel annually. ' " 7 ' H.
" ' '- f ' ' r ' . i i ' ' i ; !.
tThat Reading ; (Pa ) woman, who
recently claimed to have giveri birth to
her'fotty fifth, child, U heard from again.
Th.jf'Reading; , Review is 'authority for
tltatemet)tt and the editor 'explains
jijSV,J$$ ,it;: occiirfed..; He, .details ' the
cirenmstflbces in the language of the
caid tahle,and speaks, of hef vthr6wiog
5es'atjd;s.36e9,".: whatever thdse
terns ; Way. meaia, ;-. but. there being.' a
Ijiafljti iri town: he. haa kind
ly furnished a translation which it ap
pears lhaj jlljsri wmart-iWas; married at
the age cT15',Jarid is'now45, and in the
9&Smk ttttfcd JJife eh Jive
; birttj to forty-five children, in the fol
io wjiprjer,;"tm times in suc
. ceeaiofl) next.tfiplets, then twelve single
cjjjjtr Vhriplets .theh twins,
thena quartette, then three twins, and
finally; M ilrgle l one v'The public "will
..a : ; j j 1 1 i j 1
. now step asme auu iei tie cirouses pass
tUroagh. v.sA ,, . ,,., nv 4i ......
:o Iresei-ve, the. Eyesight. ;
A far ay possible, tccure good"1 air,
not' ovetbeated,-noi above seventy. ',
$PfcHf.t'&A. with'the direct raya of the
. 'fiunfalling-.on'.thepage."-Vv -
"TOaVread wUhlneufMent light.:.';';
Dont read Immediately after a hearty
tuc4.t! v.! ui.M.invi) ,m H,i .-...,
jAfoW'itoolt.VrilKextw'.' prin-"
'Don-'t continue any reading or study
. ttcue.lhaa.(lw6, hours .without; "change
'' HidlOerfuee to Death, i-
a Like the genertaty of kings and con
rjrieftirt' Frederick' the Great had a tno8t
pWJcoptlcindifference 'to death in
. dltUr. Tbv Be of, his battles, a' battal
ioji W'eti'erafia,; havrng.- taken 'to; their
beefs, he galloped after them, bawling
ofe i'Wby.d. jq uo;,'ftway," you; bid
108?' Do -too want - to 'live
. j 1 ... .AlVi V:.,., t I V
jrj'atHamlfbo.'iaii that;Sam, Bowles
ijsfc 1 adgmdnt. '-of the; -infant, ' the
convince of .tue asBsssiuj ihe tacucs'of
tOT4lG.aJfKm?d:U;r
v4fpiuthiParolinaSeiia'tdrs wbnld Only
stay contentcdVy' in' jailf that rather, fec
tlotf'cmm'bli wealth 'mtjzht', tie able, to
evolve a Chief Justice Neio York Tri-
One of thqse)irare.ioqca8ion8, a dia
nPfld,wicdd(ng, . was. celebravec at Ger
rtamlow,: New Jersey the other, day .by
ffiw.GuUiMd.: vife;.who .te 9T;nd
'EirGoverndt Seymtwtr eaj 8 that there
leyB clred.,,,wHh ' fish'lhtin in the
Bame area fit-the . best-wbeat-growiDg
larmTalheScatt.
There is a Dtircff tn
Florida where
thefhyqofarjgls fti large : that one of
them wilQrio upjBSveheen, merit and
permaneijtfcurjPeilisven-i p the num
ber. . :x.irr
'"AyJo(vof( twenty!-8ix having been
flTreWefly geBUemarrlo deole whetber
twafiooft eatel 'or ijqC 4iT-(ng
derl-Btleina.n). iIt la . owing . lo , upw
ypuVIU'itttanlt young
cffonh;r-buV'for-a'goose it- is rather
WtXTP e;poneypr;;I;ball
edrivet to glced-my soul abtior."
Ws'izei produced Xndfnl bf vsi!yer
VWr;tretntilom'alacrhy;nd it- then oc
Surred fo timio Inquire wfiarftartictflar
Tdmof ftiony'liis; iwhdvoience tad tie
featcd. ,Work",,M"Tnuttefed ' Ihe'Waniter
er, as lrilroWjerithb colnj Mid passed
awav. -
We can EencTotly tell wiiat a man is
"wit) uie- DrtW the lighted .end-..of a ci-
HyftftfTo QJin Crcrally tell -what he is
ota9 trv-.BY)lr.if -your puilological
wltS! t? ti tf 1? fippn;, -to .; em bi ce
h"WTmHxJmnit''r&u can' 'alsd-.gen-snyUjCwiiiii,
Ja'.Vgoln'g'.lq:; Bay.
VjCbh is a very aimple matter in
469 tAodanao .'j'slands, 'TI& bridge
jft&V0h.$l&r& 'Mtxjfiff, lSnd of ray fish,
w4iichrtBivie8 -iin- thev , appellation of
hep'tie'Js ready t take a wii he sits
'rtc'side A fnafriageabla rnailen and sj ares
X fler-.-Tlicn the bride's father or guar
dian joins the "tinnds "of the pair, and
Ih'ejseWf rqm the village, ' plong.
in iflt the depths-of. the. forest, and
iie wauoirig way sevc;at days.;,,; :
" Xeforhieai map W'a!. recent ;rnarket
"tatJri'8 prayer rnfteting testified to. the joy
Wd atisficiioaih'o:,xpci ience.d,'?llice he
Tiadtariq.nlshd the demon; alcohol; ; "I
"ned i to bet mwerablQ . , and poor . and
friendless," sald,he, ,,,4buthpw .hena 1
nraV'with a' good suit of clothes earning
my iwa"Jiyis? likip a,5dcceirt ..,iperb'er of
rtp,fy7,di,el fr ij7;yony' brethren, I
feci juitV'gQod h R 1 ,n-Ca',' tjai'1 of
beer Wsiilfbf The -simila wrs
tbift nibsfi7 farnilinr" litid 'ippropriate he
iconkl think of on tliofinr of the mo
mcnt"2l Boston ' Traveler: "
MARK THESE FACTS.
The Tctlimony of the Whole -World.
H oi. low. ay's pills:
I had bo appetite, Hollowiy'g Pills save
we a hearty one."- " ' '
Yonr Pills are marTellous."
' I send for another box, and keep them iu
the house," .
Dr. Hollowaj ' has cared my headache
that was chronto."
"I gae one of yonr Pills to my babe for
choleta morbus. The dear Mttle thing got
well in a day."
'My nausea of a morning is now cured."
"Yonr box of .Holloway'a Ointment cured
me of noises in' the head, I rubbed some of
your Ointment behind the ears, and the noise
has left." ".: :. : ..,(.
.."Send me two boxes; I want one for a poor
ramily,"
"I enclose a dollar; your piioe is 25 cents,
bnt the medioine to me is worth a dollar,"
Send me five bojes of your pills.'
Let me have three boxes of your Pills by
return mail, for Chills and Fever,"
I have, over 200 such testimonials as these
bnt want of space compels me to conolude.
. JPor Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment
is most lavaluable. It does not heal exter
nally alone, but penetrates with the mot.t
searching effects to the very root of the evil.
HOLLO"WAY'S PILLS.
Invariably cure the following diseases:
DlSOltDER OF THE RIDXEYS.
- In all diseases aff:otlng these organs,
whether they seorate too much or too little;
or whether they be afflicted with stone or
gravel, or with aches aqd pains settled in the
loins over the regions of the kidneys, these
Pills should be taken acoprding to the printed
directions, and the Ointment should be well
rubbed into the small of the back at bed
time, This treatment will give almost im
mediate relief when all other means have
failed, ' ' , ; ; V,
For Stomachs Out ot Order. .'I
No medioine will so effeotually improve
the tone of the stomach as these Pills; they
remove all aoidlty occasioned either by
Intemperance or Improper diet, . They reaoh
the liver and reduce It to bealthy action;
they are wonderfully effioaoious in cases of
spasm-tiafaet they never; fail in caring all
disorders of the livtf and Stomach, ; ; 1 1
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the bejt known
in the, world for the following diseases..
Ague, Astbrua, Billions Complaints, Blotches
ou the skin, Bowels, Consumption, Debility,
Dysentery, Erysipelas, Female Irregularities,
Fevers of all kinds, Fits, Gout, ' Headaohe,
Indigestion Inflammation. Jaundice, Liver
Complaints, Lumbago, Piles;' Rheumatism,
Retention of 'Urine,' Scrofula or King's Evil,
Sore Thtoata.Stone and Gravel, Tic Doulon. ;
reus, Tumors, Ulcers, ' Worms of all kinds,
Weakness from any cause, ete.
I MPORTANT CAIJTIOX!
None are genuine' unless the signature ot
J. Uatdock, as agent .for the United States,
surrounds eaoV box or Pills and Ointment,
A.haridsome reward will be given to anyone
rendering such information as may lead to
th detection of .any part or parties coun
terfeiting the medicines or vending the same,
knowing them to, be spurious. . . c .
.Sold at the manufactory of Professor
Hollow at & Co, New York, and by all re
speotable drugglBts and dealers in medicine
throughout the civilized world, in boxes at
2$ cents. 63 cents and $! eachl '' ,
There is considerable saving by taking
the larger sizes. " ', . . . ..r' , ,
N. . B. Directions for ' the . guidance of
patients in every disorder are affixed to eaoh
box.,,, ., ',:..,,,'. ..;.,(,';-' ..
Offics, 112 Libeett SiErtT, N. Y. ,
t if do5,'7fcT, .TH -j - v: ,-,. ":
'!. I'-.-i Ii'- Plli-il ( - :r,t. ". l -.
lit-1 : ;;!i.!.! iin iim . .';' s.-u i.r
Jj..t ,.!.. f
CUT"
TKCIS
is' Worth
95 00. . :
To every reader of this paper who sends ns
this certificate and SI we will forward, for
one year, "The Tbbabobs." a magnificent Il
lustrated Monthly Journal and Housekeep
er's Magazine and one copy of our new and
elegant premium Chromo, entitled
?y 'ASKING A BLESSING," v-
masterpiece ! of the . Dusseldorf fcbool of
genre painting, ly Prot 'Jordan.sixe 20ltlJ.
ex seated in ths highest Style of Art.-. Eetail
price of which is 15, and a copy of the fol
lowing., he utlftil poem- idesoriptl ve vpfthe
Chromo, ia elegant illuminated oolora for
. . . 1
, Ayfbut wait,! good wife,.a.mlnulei, (
I have first a word to say;
r Do yon know iwhat day torday iff ..,. ,
. Mother, ,'Ua our WeddingayC,,, t
"Just as' now, we sat at rapper" J " r,; '' '"'
' '' When the guests had gone away; ""
1 "Tott' sat that side, I sat this sid,V""
M- Tdrtt years ago td-dayl ' "'
j -- - : ).-t. tr 1 ) ,,..
M-Theu what plana we laid together; .....i.,,.
. t What. brave, things I meant to do! ( .,
Could we dream to-day would find ut .
- . Atithia tahle-r-me andyon.,.. .
Better eo, no dbubtanol yet' I 1
Sometimes think I oanhot tell j1
. I Eaaur hoyAh; yesl kno.w drj fit
).-;. Tea. He doeth all thlnswelL ( ..
' Well, we've had onr joys and sorrows, ; ; 1
'" Phartd oar;suiile as well as tears;.
' And tbe best of ll I've had your I - Fi
Faithful love for forty yeara!' .:'(.
. ,'Poo'r we!v6 been, but not, forsaVen; ' ' '.
, . . Grief Ve'ye knbwn.'bu never shame ' .
, Father for. Tim endless mercies, V . ' ',' '
Kibleft.Thy Uoty pame. l'.';
XJLvXJlllM I O you to, make money ,
We will pay yon large cash oommiuslou and
give you exolusive territory. Send 'mi.; one
dollar, avoid. uBueoessary oorreepondence, re
ceive yonr territory, and go towork at once,
rjpon reoeipt'qf which wis will forward agent's
outfit, Certificate ot Agency, &5. ' 8eeimen
copies 10 cents, none free. Address ' ' '''1'' '
TlieTreasiTe Tubllsliing Co ,
efba7,'77i. , ... 49CdaiSU,New York City
H m. II.
KOBISO.,
J-f. r.., ,(,.. vjii.v. !! ,r.,.,'t ..-I
PAINTS, OILS, - GLAS?,
. t'ffil , ; , . i -t'-.-r'. ;n:-
;'' I WHITie'AND RED LEAD, "
French arid American . Zitie,3iinerdl'and Mixed
rainUtTurpentihe, Varnislit,Sun., Door$,c
Ko. 1223 Stain street,
LV'.-' ,-fs -l.i tit a I Sit '-I .
PT2075V.
Wheeling, West v"a,
' ' ' '' ' LEGAL NOTICE. -
riK.'l , .u !.' It. ' v.li
James C Johnston and W. F. 1 W. - V. John
Johnstoa.as Kxecutors of the I ston will take
estate ' af ' Kjbert JolBston. notioe, : that
deceased, plaintiffs. " ' ' " f JamesC.John
against; ; i'fston and W,
W. V Job nt on. defendant. V. Johnston
as the Executors' of the estate of Robert
Johnston, on the '3 1st d J of March, 1877,
file 1 in the conrt of common pleas of Mon
roe county, Ohio, thvir petition against him.
the object and prayer of wkiuh is to recoyei
a judgment against him for tbe amount due
from him to said estate on ins promissory
note given to Robe?' Johnston, April 1, 1865
due in twelv inonthi, for 740 with interest
and credited April 22. 18li5, with $30, and
April 1, 1868, with $35; that an Order oi
a'tahment has Wen iscavd in said case, and
that at the'-June' term of said court the
plaintiffs will ask for a juJgment in said case.
' ' JAMES C. JOUNSTJN and "
y; W. P. JOHNSTON,
' 1 Hx'rs'cf Robert Johnston.
air.l3,'77C '''.' ' '
MLLINEUY.
(Mil M ILIISERY STORE.
I One door north of the Post Omoe,
WOODS FIELD. OHIO
MRS- 3ST: J.
HAS OPeSkD A
Cash Millinery Store
In this place,and will furnish goods as cheap
as any other establishment in town, Goods
shown without oharge,
Orders Promptly Attended to.
All kinds of goods Usually found in a Milli
nery and Trimming Store, such as Hats, Bon
nets, Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Lanes, Embroid
eries, Gloves, Hose, Buttons, Corsets, Neck
Ties, Netts and Veil Stuff, kept constantly on
hand
PKICES .REASONABLE.
Making Over, Pressing and Bleach
ing done in the best manner.
Ladies are requested to call and
examine my stock,
may30,'7i,
Sl'llIKG AND SUJIMElt
MILLINERY. GOODS.
I have just received a nice stock of
Hats," : " ;''.
Bonnets,
Collars,
Ladies' .Neckties,
Ribbons, Flowers, and other articles conneot
ed with a Millinery Establishment.
Ratt and Bonnet Trimmed in the Latest
Styles.
Straw Goods bleaohed and made up. I am
determined to sell oheaper than any other
establishment in Woodsfield, or in the coun
ty-
Place of business west of the Court House
Call and examine my stock.
may20,'73. ... MARY A. QUTHERIE.
PLANING, MILLS.
WILLIAM D ALLEY, Pats.
R. T. RICHARDSON, Sso.
SAUDIS
r a 11 ti 1 v r
lIl.LUIAUlunU ..vv.fll J A Ji 1
Sardis, Monroe Co., Ohio.
ManufactuVers and Dealeit' In allklnds of
Manufactured Lumber. . Doors
BLIND S,
Sash7 Fiiriiitiire.
! ' f
5cC.
SsC.
S&C.
1 1
Special attention paid
for 1 ' " ' "'"
to filling orders
! ;,1
Building iJuihbcr,
Fob School Hotjsks, Dwillinqh, Sic.
t&- Orders Solicited m
mayl9,'74T. '
F. Djitkick,,, , .', :.C. E. Millee,
President. . , 1 . . , Secretary.
!;'.! : M. Mehl, -Foreman; 1 ':
CLARINQTON
P LINING 'MILLS
AND-
FURNITURE COMPANY;
Lumber, , !iLath; and Shingles,
, , MABDPaCTDBBUS OF . -, ,,, ,
1 a . 1 , i f ' .;
Flooring, weat he r-bo a rd 1 11 g,
Frames, uoors, Masii, Mintters,
, Brackets,Moldings, Palings, ,.
.. .. Boxes, and all kinds oi .',
1 purnitayJB!y, '
)s- ..... ,',.,!
Will take Contracts fur all Kinds
Builders . and,,. Mechanics'
Hardware, Coffin, Trimmings, Window .,,
Glass of al azes, Nails of all kinds ,, .
and sizes, Paints.Oils. Varnishes.
1 '..:iic,iTurpetine,Wh)tteLeadani : ..; I
!;) j; i -.', Pntty, kept oonstantly .. s, , ; , a.
en hand and forsale 1
... .. - at BBA80HABLB -,,J !'l Wi
- i ' :v u .::; FKICBS,
COFFlS . MADE. TO ORDER.
Furniture Room on Ferry street, Claringtoo.
Ohio. .I1;m.T ;m K.marcb3,'76m9.
EURNITURE.
WIJSR PARLOR SUITS.
's rFiiie Giiamber Suits. ,
;i.i-.
Iniprored Kastic Window Shades.
KOFFMANh BED SPRING,
r". ':k y-'-'-' The best in'use.':'1 '' ' '
sFjRiisra ::matresses,
The latest stvles and best quality of I'TJB
. BITUKE of all kinds.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
CHAIRS $2 AO; other things in propor-
.1. tlon. - .,.1
' Buy your goods of ns and we will save
you money, uau ana get our prices.
, . Q . W,, SHEPHARD, ,
. 1 , West Main street, . ,.
. nov28,'76ni6. ' Barnesvilie, Ohiel'
ROAD NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will
be presented tj the Commissioners of Mon
roe county, Ohio, at their next session to be
held on the first Monday of June, A. D. 1377,
praying for the establishment of a county road
along the following , described route in said
i 1 . ... f, J .. i a . 1 . 1 . 1 H
coumy.w iu xeg.nauK ueemnrKea .
L L rZ J IS1 "' Z
land of AlfAd Tavlor, thence thro-gh the! Co., Bhm N.J.. who wiU cheerfully
i,..(..!JT..i.;tU. finn.,j, iur 'mail them postpaid.and of Druists every-
Wm. JI: Cline,' Martin Cline, Thomas Oline,
David M. Riirirs, .1. P. Flint, Jeremiah Walton
and James Feruruson. to the Wahinirtori coun-
tylirie' MANY PETITIONERS.
myl77w5. i
HOTELS.
UNION .HOTEL,,..
Graysvlllc, Monroe Coanty, Oulo.
J. W. DEYOKE, Proprietor.
riIIIS Hotel has just been opened and the
X proprietor is prepared to entertain the
traveling public in a eatisfactory manner. The
table will be well supplied. Stabling good,
and the best of care will be taken of horses.
mchta,"i7m:5.
WEBER HOUSE,
Lewisvtlle, Monroe Co , Ohio.
GEORGE WEBER, Proprietor.
THIS house has been reopened, and the Pro
prietor is better prepared than ever be
fore to entertain tbe traveling public. The
table will be well supplied. Stabling good,
and the best of care will betaken of hor is.
aprl3,'76T.
ST.. JAMES .HOTEL,
WHEELING. W. VA.
Best First Class Hotel in the City.
AIT OMNIBUS connects with the Street
Cars at the east end of the Suspension
Bridge and at the B. & O. R, R. Depot, car
rying guests to the St. James and baok.
Special Attention Given to Commercial Travelers
J. I. ROBERTS, Sop't. . V
Reillt, Eobbs & Smbiebadoh, Proprietors.
nov28,'76r. ' -
THE UNION HOUSE.
(South end of Public ware,)
WOODSFIEIiT); : OHIO.
SIMOiV DORR, :
Proprietor.
THIS house has been thoroughly repaired
recently, and the Proprietor Informs the
traveling publio that he is prepared to afford
accommodations of the best, The table will
be supplied with the best the market affords;
the rooms and bedding are ' kept olean and
comfortable; stabling in good order, and the
traveler is assured that his horses will receive
good care. Traveling Agents will be furnish
ed with sample rooms, ,. June'23,'74T,
NATION A L HOTEL,
MAIN . STREET,
B A RN E S V I L L E , O II I Q.
R. E. Frasler, s t ; : : Proprietor.
This it the . Best Hotel in Barntsville.
GUESTS will find the best accommodation
at this Hotel, and no pains will be spared
to make them oomfortable. ; .
Hacks leave the Hotel every morning fo
Woodsfield. .,
. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers
at all times. julj 1,1873 t
MERCHANT TAILORS.
IS77.
1877.
SP1UNG & SUMMER!
CHARLES LAUEN5TEIN,
, MERCHANT TAII.OIi,
4RD DIUU IS
' ! '! . .-. " ,if
. i i f :... ( v - :- . 1
Gcntlcmen'sFurnishingGoods.
On East tide' tfPMie Square.
I :, ,1, .1 I .. . I . : ; . , ., , .1 ... ...
i 1 . i. . i r ,1.:. ';::. ; i,l
Two doors North of J ud tins' Drng Store.
-I Vl-f? if
ii.i.f tn. ',! i iu. .5f :
: WOOIDSFrESIilS, OHIO.
. ..! V'vi' "u t,;. i'f'T 'idv;
t
WOULD respectfully inform the eitlsens
of Wobdsfield,and the publio generally;
that he does a first olass - ' ' v 1 '
l'.i'...-r, ,..;; ...(M....'; :i.r,. 1 , -
'Tailoring "f 'Business, ,
and will keep on , hand
carefully Belec ted
stookef 1,1
UletliSj Coslmere & Testing,
And is prepared to make olothinc in the latest
styles. :Also, wfU'cur; 4uv suits for' persons
whb desire te have them-made elsewhere.'
may 20,1873. CHARLES LAUKNSTKIN.
Kbask Stihton....
....J. R. Davbhpobt.
STAIVTtfST t DAVE3IPORT,
(Sancessors to Stanton Bros.) ' '
BOOK SEllERS & ST.4T10MRS,
Novels, Blank Books, all styles Writing Pa
'per' and Envelopes,' Plain "and Figured, '
Books by the different celebrated au
' " thors, Toy Books," .Ink Stands,
Pens and Pen Holders.Diaries, Pock
et Books, Base Batls.Opera Glasses,Pen Knives.
No .44 Twelfth streets, '
cct6,75T.
" , Notice .to Builders. ' ,'.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by
the Board of Education of Center town
ship, Monroe county, Ohio, until 12 o'clock
noou on Saturday, June 2,' 1877. for building
a school house in eub-distriot No. 7, accord
ing to plans and specifications on fi e, Eaoh
bid must contain the name of every person
interested in the same, and be accompanied
by Buffioient guarantee of some disinterested
person that if the bid is accepted a oontract
will be entered Into and the performance
properly secured. Bids for material and labor
separate. None but the lowest responsible
bid will be acoepted. - Specifications may be
seeu at the1 Township Clerk's office, Woods
field, Ohio; :!!-,.': . : . -.
fir order of the Board.
. apr34,'77td. - : QEy. P. DORR, Clerk.
A Certain 'Headache Cure.
A harmless vegetable preparation, and the
discovery of a physician, the Viotur. Head.
a he Powder has been proven a positively
sure Oure for the most distressing oases of
8ick or Nervous Headaohe, Morning Eiokness
and N ura gia, a single powder actua ly cur
ing in ten' minutes when : all other means
fail. : We have- had a wonderful experience
j with it, and the ten cent trial pack ean be
i f y addrese ng the proprietors, .J R. Ha.s.
j where and u ig wlth well merited confidence
j they aie offered ' as a thorough cure for all
oistresses of the Lead.
J. T. JTJDKINS, Agent, Wood sfield
( Monroe tounty, Ohio. jam 8,7 n.
F
10G3 Main Street, WHEELING, West Va.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS II
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Parlor, Chamber and DitiiiW-ltootii
FURNITURE, from the Plainest and Cheapest to the most Fashionable and Elo
""' " gant. Also, a Choice Assortment of .... ..
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TABLES, WARDROBES, DRESSING1 CASES,
ETMIEIS, SIBIBO&BBS,
Library and Book Cases, Hat Trees r and. Whatnots.
. o . I '
Also, a Complete Line of ; ' ' '.'
IE1E-A-IEIES. m lOOGlS, ROCRIXG, EASY AB PARLOR CHAIRS,
In the greatest variety of Styles and Prices.:
: 0
Also, a large and well delected stock of : ' ' '.
CAUPETS, OIL
DRUGGETS, MATTS, WINDOW SHADES, AC, at the LOWEST MARKET
RATES.
Special attention given to UNDERTAKING. All of the latest styles of FULL AHP
HALF GLASS MBTALIC C4SKET3, CASES ACID WOOD COFFINS, constantly on hand. Or
ders by Telegraph or mail shall receive prompt attention.
' - ' FRIEND & SON.
nov28,'76r.: " ' . -
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IN 15 W.
NETV CLOTHING J0R MEN. ( New Clothing lor Boys.
NEW SHOES FOR LADIES.- ''! NEW GAITERS. FOR CHILDREN.
' New Shoes and Gaiters for Misses, New Shoes for Men and Boys,
New Hats for Men and Boys, ' : ;;
New Notions and Fancy Goods.
Large Stock Wall Papers and' Borderings, Large
..,!.!.;!( i ii . Parasols.,. ,, ..
The best selected stook ever brought to this '
Stock FULL and COMPLETE in all departments.
fntna nd OB nn. ' "''
Bpr24,,77,
G."..' W. FKANZHEI1I,
WHEELING,,, -WEST VIRGINIA,
KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale at
seleoted stock of ! .'
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BrandicSy Whiskies, Gins, 't&c.
Unadulterated Sherry, Port, Madeira and
Imported Champaienes. Irish andbcoton
by none in the market for their purity and
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Pure Catawba 'Wines si Specialty. .,, t".. '',V,Tl .SV.'.v 't'l,''
;.f iw.vi -ii ! O. IT. FRAZIIFI?I,
nov28,'78m6fi..M. ;.,,; . , , : t..... ,.,,;,.,.): .1133 Market street,,.
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PAIlVTSj ;,: "'O I'LS
.DRY. AND MIXED-
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JWindo Colore
No. 1211 Main Steiet,,
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OBDEH3 BT Ililli1 PHOMPTLY,
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LIVERY,
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BUBRHEAD & CO.,
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Livery' ! and Sale r Stable,
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North of the Court House,
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Funerals arid Parties attended at reasonable.
rates. . ., ' ? iVi.
Particular Attention will be Paid
. i to Boardingr Horses, ' - .
PRICES WILL BB REASONABLE, and they
solioit the patronage of , their friends and the
publio generally. may30,'73.
-! .Notice to Teachers. " ' :
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THE Board of Examiners of Monroe oounty
will hold meetings for the examination of
Teachers.as follows: ":;'! ;
At Woodsfield, Saturday, June 2, 1877.
; Sardis,' 30, . .
' : Cameron, - 'T r' ' July21, ; .. -:
...v Woodsfield, " - ' august 18. , .,
These examinations will jOommence at 9
o'clock a. m. and olose at 4 p. m.
A fee of SO oents is required from eaoh
applicant as a condition of examination, and
must be paid in advance. i;; , . .
By order of the Board. ,
may l5,'77td. -j S. A. ATKINSON Clerk.
"BANKRUPT NOTICE. ; 7.
IN BANKRUPTCY DUtriot Court United
States, Southern Distriot of Ohio Notioe
is hereby given that a second general meet,
ing of the oreditors of Duval & Parker, in
bankruptcy, :will be, held at the office of R.
L. Nye, Register in Bankruptcy, M arietta,
Ohio, in said Distriot, on the. 29th day of
May, A. D. 1877, at 9 o'clock a, m., for the
purposes named in the 5092d seotion of Re
vised Statutes ot the United States; Title;
Bankruptcy. ; J. M.GOODWIN,'
mayl5.'77w2. - Assignee.
A Great JReduction in Prices ot
GUNS, llEIOlUItS.lf.
Prices reduoed from 20 to 30 percent. Write
for Illustrated Catalogue, with reduced prices
for 1877. Address,
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, '
91 Smithficld street, Pittsburgh, Ta. !
1 jan23,T7in!. " . ' ' ''
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market,' and at this . most ' attractive : prices'
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ONE PRICB ONLY
and' TERMS CASH.
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large
well
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Rhine Winos,. Sparkling Catawba', and
Whisky, Jamaica Hum, &o., &Ow 'Excelled
medicinal qualities. . '
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PAINTS ALL COLORS,
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6,: 8 i 10' Sixteenth.' BtreeCWheetingV W, Va,
Monuments. lomDs & ,1 ablets,
American and Scotch Granite Mou-
t- .u-iU ; ., uments.:,,..,., ..: .; .
Also, have made arrangements with a firm in
Scotland te furnish Monument 'of Scotch
Granite; " ' ,' ' " '" aprS0,75f;
t !t.CiLegU!iJ,6ticel';,'.v'
MARY A. BELL, of Wood County in the
State of West Virginia, will take notice
that, on the 6th day of.4pril, 1877, B. F.
Oblinger filed in the conrt of common pleas
of Monroe cdnnty. Ohio, his petition against
her and F. A. Rose aqd. Rebecca J. Rose and
F. A. Lamping, the object and prayer of
which is to set aside a deed made by F A
Rose and Rebecca Rose to said Wary A Bell,
dated. October 12, 1876, for the lands now in
possession, of said F A Rose and Rebeca J
Rose, situate in section thirteen, in township
four of range sir, in Monroe county, Ohio, as
fraudulent and made to defraud said B F
Oblinger; and that said lands may be sold to
satisfy a ' judgment in favor ' of said B F
Oblinger' against F A Rose . and Rebecca J
Rose, dated February -6, 1877, for $158 69,
with interest and ' costs; 'that said'petitipn is
still pending in said, court, and will be for
hearing at tbe June , term of said court, and
that said Mary A Bell is required to answer
said petition according to law, , " ,'.
, ' ' " H; F, OBLINGER. '
aprl0,77w6, ' ; '' -"ii-' ''-""
1 Hollister & Hollister, Att'ys for pltff, " :
QHTlf '8 not easi'T arne 'n these times
$ I I but it can be made in three "months
by any one of either sex,' in any part of the
ooontry, who Is willing to work steadily, at
the employment we furnish. $66 per week
in. yonr own town. You need not be away
from home over night.. You oan give your
whole time to the work, or only your spare
moments.' It costs nothing to try the busi
ness. Terms and $5 Outfit free. ; Address at
onoaH II allett & Co., Portland; Maine.' t
apr24,'77T. . ."' .. -.-m ,...' ,r
E, N. FRESHIUAN & BROS.,
i. ;f - Advertising iAgerits, ! ; .
186 IF. Fourth St , CI NC INN A TI, O ,
Are authorised to contract for advertising
,,, ; . . in this paper. fn.
Estimates I urnlNlie il free. '
1 Send lor a Circula '
House Joint Resolution;
Relative to an Amendment of Articles
. Four and Eleven of Jhe Constitution
Reorganizing - the Judiciary , of, the
State of Ohio. .", .i.v! ; . I '
tie it renolved by Oit; General Atnembly of. the
State of Ohio, (three-fifths of all the members
elected to each house concurring therein.)
That a proposition to amend the Constitution
of the State of Ohio, be submitted to the
eleotors of the State, on the second Tuesday
of October, A. D. 187f,as follows, to wit;:....
That sections one, titree, fice, six, eight. t mice,
fourteen, ffteen,sixteen n& eighteen, of artiole
four,, be amended so as to read as follows,
and section seven, of article four, and sec
tions twelve and thirteen of article eleven
hereptaled, ... .,:..
: ' ' ' ARTICLB IV "ft ' ' 11 '-;
Sec. 1. The Judicial power of the SUte
shall be vested in a Supreme Court, in Dis
trict Courts, Courts of Common Pleas, : Justi
ces of the Pease and puoh other courts infe.
rior to the Supreme Court, in one o more
counties, as the General Assembly may from
time to time establish. ,-, The Superior Courts
of .Cincinnati and Montgomeiy counties.shaU
continue until otherwise provided bylaw,
Sec, 3, The court of Common Pleas shall
be holden by one Judge, wbe shall be eleoted
by tbe voters of tbe District, and said Court
shall be open at all times for the transaction
of business. Sundays and holidays excepted.
Each county now existing or hereafter form,
ed, shali constitute a separate Common Ph-as
District, and each District shall be known by
the name of tbe oounty comprising the Dis
tricts V. .; r .,f ;. r..il,:: s
Sue, 5. Each District. Court , shall oonsist
.one Judge, 'who' shall be elected bv th
voters of the district. There shall be elected
one or more .Judges in ' each distriot, and
there shall be held, amtlaliy not less than
three sessions in each county in the State.
The Legislature sbalP divide the State inU
Distriot Court dfistriotsVnot exceeding twenty
in number.and shall Assign td eaoh 'Common
Pleas and Distriot Court districts, the number
Of Judges required te disppse of the business
therein Each; district shall ; be composed of
eompaot; territory, bounded by coanty lines,
and as nearly equal In population as prajli.
cable. " A concurrence of thr,ee-fifths only of
all the members elected td both Houses,shall
be required for the first apportionment,' or to
determine the number of Judges required in
each Distriot Court and Common Pleas dis
trict, tinder this amendment,, hut no change
stall thereafter.' be made . without the con
currence of two-thirds of: all tie members
eleoted to botn Qonses. ........ , . , , t
. , Sections , twelve and .tWrteeji, of artiole
eleven are .cereDy repealed; Ju repeal to
take effect when the ' Legielature'makes the
apportionment mentioned in this seotion. ' '
Bsc. I; The District Conrt shall have like
original Jurisdiction with the Supreme Court
and such,j appellate;r ether juriadiotioa at
may be provided by law. w.,ii.?
Sec. 8. The General.Assembly may provide
by law for a Judge pro tempore., to hold anv
Court when the Judge, thereof iadisqualifled
by sickness or otherwise to hold said court.
Skc.12. The Judges or tbe .distriota and
of tbe Courts of Common Pleas, shall, while
in office, reside in the district' in which they
are eleoted, and their term ' bf office shall be
five years; but the Legislature : may ' provide
by law . that , any i udge ; of the-' Common
Pleas , Court shall hold that conrt in any
other Common r Pleas district;, and that any
Judge of the Distriot Court shall hold that
court fn any other district for that court, than
the one in wtrcn be resides; 'and Judges of
the Common Pleas may temporarily ex
change distriota wlth' each other; and two er
more Common' Pleas Courts may be held at
the same time in the same distriot, and two
or more District Courts may1 be held at the
same time in a district ef that oourt,1
' , Ssc.14; iThe Judges of the Supreme Court,
the Distriot Courts,, and of the Court of Com.
mon Picas shall, at stated ,times,;.receive for
their servioes such oompensrtion as may be
provided by iaw,which shall not be Increased
or diminished during'' their term of office.
but they shall receive no fees or perquisites,
nor no ia any ovner omoe er trust Or proBt
Under, the authority of any ' State, 'or of the
United States. 'All , votes 1 for either : of them
for any elective office, except a judicial offioe.
nnder the authority of this. State given- by the
General Assemblv. of the neorjle' ahull ba wV;i
' Sec. 15. The General Assembly may increase
or diminish the number of the Judges of the
Supreme Court, tbe number of the districts, of
ine .Lisinct voura, toe numDercl Judges in
any Common Plea or District Court district,
change any District ; Court district, establish
ottsr 3urt8,.aboliih the Probate Conrt in any
ceuhtyKOr any other Court established bv law.
whenever two-thirds of the members elected to
eacu House snau concur tnerein; but po such
change Bhall vacate the office of any Judga.-r-The
Oourt of Common Pleas providod for ' fn
this amendment ahall be the successor1 of the
present Probate Court and Coarts of Common
Pleas In each' couiiti, The Distriot Courts
herein provided for, shall be ,the successors of
the present Distriot Courtaj'.and all the books,
1 records, papers and business, ia or appertaining
to said Courts, shall be transferred to their suc
cessors under this j amendment; ' the existing
Probate Court, ia hereby, abolished in eaoh
couniv .at ' the 'close of the termi for which th
Judge ther'eof was elected, first occurring after
the election1 k)f Common Pleas Judires under
tms amenomeni, ana ine uieraa in tn Uonrte
of Common Pleas and. District Oourtcv shall be
the olerks in the courts herein provided until
their successors are elected and qualified; hut
the1 Supreme Court shall ' appoint its o vm re
'porteri -if-;.,-ji.,'ji j vli. ' i
.. Sec. 16;(Thene shall be elected- ia eaoh eonntv
;by the eljectors thereof, one Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas, who shall hold his offioe fo
,the term of three years, and until his successor
shall be elected and qualified He shall, by
Virtue Of his office, be clerk of all other eourts
ef record held therein, but the General Agaerd
bly may provide, by daw, for the election f a
clerk ,'witi a like tercu of office,. for eaclf or any
other" of the courts of record, or for tbn an.
polntmefat by the Supreme Court of a olark foe
tnatoonra " t .!. :.; j-Mti v;.:ni!:;
a. SBC 18. The several Judges of the Supreme
Court, of the District ani Uommon Pleas, and
of such other courts as may ,be created sbaQ
reectively have and exercise such powers and
iurisdiction atj chambers, or otherwise, as may
te directed oy law ; ;c ,l lid, j ,v i.t i l
: ins term oi omoe oi ou yuages of Common
Pleas and District Courts , provided for in this
amendment, shall eommenoe on the first Mon
day in January next after the making of the
apportionment provided for in seotion five of ar
ticle fonr, and the "term of office of all Judges
of the Courts df Obramom Fleas, in offioe, 'who
were not elected as Judges under, this amend
ment, shall tnen expire. . , , ,
No change shall be made iy this' amend
m'ent in the Supreme Court, or in the' offiee or
term of any Judare thereof. - The first election
of Judges i of Common , Pieae and : Distriot
Courts under this amendment, shall b held at
the general election for election . of State offi
cers next after the making of said apportion
ment for District Court distriota by the Legis
lature, but nothing in this amendment shall
be construed to change or alter . the Constitu
tion or Jaws until said apportionment. Seo
tion oeven of Article four ia herebv reuealed.
and seotion twenty-two shall be numbered sec
tion seven. !- i .:: '.' -.-ii! : '
FORMtoF BALXOTT. f
At said election, the1 voters desirinff to vote
in' favor of the adoption of this amendment,
shall have placed upon ihoir ballots tha words.
'.nrlljilB I :nnBht.nhnnai A m ami in nr. . V
the voters who do not favor the adoption of i
said amendment, Bhall have placed upon their
ballots 1 the. Words, ' "Judicial Constitutional
Amendment No." 1 .'
Adopted April 6,. W7.7. -
Speaker pro tem. House of Representatives. :
" President of the 8enat '
' ' THB STATS OF OHIO, '! J
Office or ths 8rcbctabt of Stats. ' J i"
. i, aiuron mrnes, secretary of estate of the
State of Ohio, do hereby certify that : the fore
going is a true, copy of an act therein named,
passed by the General Assembly of the otete of
Ohio, on the 6th day of April, A. D. 1877. ta
ken from the original rolls on file in this office.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscri
bed my name, and: affixed the Seal of
SEAL this Office at Columbus the 6th dV of
- a . a . art riMM ' ' .
Apru, a. p. iOi i.
" ' 1 ;" : MILTON BARNBS."!
" "' ' ' ' ' '. Secretary of Stat
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and distressing s'tatie- The blood la retarded
tn Its return; the too freqnent use ef draslie
purgatives tends to-aodoe eongestien ef
the bowels, lerpli aetdon' of the llverV -ud
numerous , other oauses are tthe aeureei ef '
this coniplat,and hitherto nothing effeotnal
has been presented ,t, the publie , whUh
would rapidly alleviate symptoms ad mlti
mtely. prove an , effective , euro. , InPILOH'
we have a remedy which not only aits al- .
most instantly; "but jrill' remove' the largest'
tumors or the parts' ( Mies) by abaorp tien, .
and many who have received' not only bene
fit, but hare been radraally eared, kave been
assured (prior te Using this treatment), by ' ,
eminent surgeons that the. only, relief .they ' '
oould ever expect iu life, would be by an
operation, and, removing it sir thenv front the
body by a procedure v. hich necessitated the'
knife.,. Tiia r,e.medyt has t been, hailed rith
Relight, and Is-no w proscribed ,bj many fttf
Using physicians,, who are of uixaat ef its
merits.as thenly known life enre far PILM. -
Pnoe, Fifty Ceatl per package, ; er lixfer
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Spouting and Repairing.' done o short -.Qv
Everything atWbecliner PriccBvdt 7
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