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r 1 i i'jf vi. u tl i i I r u. I ? ' i Hi III M IV.- ii ill i' it Mi' It' J ii THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. r To aesday, June 12. 1877.'- U. R. WEST, i t Local Editor Sew Advertlftement. Froit Trees, Mrs M A Way. Select School, MAMts It Marshall Dry Goods, Morris & Armstrong Pl)V(riowersVVf- Mr8 M. A. Wat Xy.'Hoiit" will . appear unelt week. 1ST 571,190 hushela of apples in this county Isst yeatV '. .v. a; u ' ": ! XT'Gold closed in Mew York on the fcth inst, at 1.05f jT7Silvcr has been discovered near Claysvilie, Guernsey county. JSTBonds exempt from taxation this county amount to $69,592. in 7Wool ranges at from 30 to 35 teats' f poaJ fofofcckfowaa cottnty. X"Thoka8 Buntihg, an aged resi dent of Seneca township, died last weeli t9"There were 78,346 pounds of wol aborn in this county -in theryear irars.'2JANCTStfAW,t)t Salem 'township, died of Consumption on the :31st ult. X3TAo article relating to the new 'steamboat Andes will appear in our ext issue. 'tW W. O. Belt, Street Commission er, had the drains on Main street put in orderJwttiEelt !jrtisj! ; t&Hon. J. R. Morris will deliver the address th.4thxo:July celebra lion at Graysville. H p&phfi ahi rofeh injured by ae-ge-nrtnis county laar year looisnp the neat sum of 81,654. XThere were 556 births and 13 deaths reported in Noble county for the year ending March 31st, 1877. X3f Paeseog'er rates at present from Chicago are, to New York $15, to Phil delpb.$14, and to Baltimore $13 50. SS"GzPi Q. .Datsnport, i Esq,; of WheeUnzi West Va.,; ie announced to orats U Baraestille on the 4th' of July ZCommbnPleas Court convenes to-day, the 12th inst The proceedings will appear in Tax Spirit each week as the term progresses. XyThe Commissioners of Noble county have awarded contracts to the amount of $1,700 for the repairing of the Summerfield pike. ' XyJudge Fbaiier, of Noble County, will preside in our Court this week, and Judge Qui, will take h,is place -ia the Gaernsey County Courts ' jJacobBors; a native of Switzer a'receiveJ. t;cerUflC!ate1f citizen whip t from the . Probate Court, of this 6nftty od the 14th olt;- ?'' . tFot; the, year ending".' April 1st, "J87.7 there were 420,496 ponhds of but tr; and 378,620 pounds nf cheese pro iiWced to this county. '- - X5The advertisement of the JSelect School of Profs Martin and Marshall 'will be fcnd in this issue; The instruct orar are teachera ofezperjencei.- N...rt .J i XThe news of Monroe County can .5hly be found in Th Spirit's columns .cacti week.-11 ThIs'lS admitted by ; mem bers- of both parties throughout the county. - Tbe ' times of holding teachers' examinations at Cameron and Woods field have been changed' Attention is in vited to the notice printed elsewhere in this issue' jBrThe Republicans of Guernsey county, at their County Convention last week, resolved in favor of Hates. The post-office at Cambridge is' worth about Mr. Isaac Morton, of Cambridge. Guernsey county, has been appointed on the CommissioUr l .locate... the To bacco Warehouse, vice James S. Jen- (ISjoeclincd isi5iaut '? J JtyAt the teachers examination held on the 2d inst , certificates were issued TO TBlIdwrrOne for 24 months for 18 months. 13 for. 12. months, 6 for 6 montis ana 6 rejected." ; -- "J l - Died. On the 30th uJt., of old age, Mrs. (PermeliA Speelman, of Claring ton. this county, aged SO years. Her remains were interred in the Clarington Cemetry on the 31st nit. rtrtit-, rrr ' On the 6lh Inst.; the County Com. missioner'a awarded the contract for 1, 500 bushels of coal to Henri Smith at 10 cents per bushel, to be delivered by the 1st day of November. ; igrOn the 5th inst., in the Probate Court of this eonnty, John Rohebbach native of Switzerland, declared his in tention to become a citizen of the Uni ted States and received his first papers. t&'On the 8th inst, Peteb Rahm, a native of Switzerland, and who took out his first papers 16 years since, re T Oemdhis final papers, 'granting him citizenship, from the Probate Court of this county. ' ,,5l3rlf yon want the news of Monroe County, the general news of importance, late market reports,' subscribe for The rSPiBrr,f Terms. One year $1- 50 ; six " 'months 75 cents.' Office, North of The , , Monroe Bank va'.v'i-!, ,7; .t. .... r, , 4 . Greenback Convention was held 'ia"Col6mbas',r lasf 'weeky and a State ticket nominated.' "This notice is just , six lines more than it deserved. These petty factions are generally worked up by men who want some 'party to buy tLf'Uiv-u--- TO TAXPAYERS. t will receive taxes free of penalty to Wednesday, July 4th. W. T. MWKKIS, Treasurer Monroe Co. t 0. June 12, 1877 2w. ISTMaria A. Burkhart, wife of Fbaktjis Burkhart, of Summit town ship, died on the 5th inst.j of Consump tion, aged 49 years. Her remains were Interred in the Roman Catholic Cemts tery in this place on the 8th inst. .. .-.I, . -3,l57,0OO pounds of tobacco were produced in Monroe County in 1876 Is not that a strong argument in favor of a tobacco warehouse nearer home than Baltimore ? We think it is, and our dealers are in favor of its location at Bellaire. . yDr. J. M. Wilson will commence the practice of medicine in Mew Castle June 20, 1877. Dr. Wilson wss former ly a student in" the Louisville Medical College, and at present is attending the Jeffet son Medical College in Philadel phia' - . JSeTMrs. Wat, of this place, is pre pared to furnish Dalhi as, Fucias, Gladio las', and any other kind of flowers for gardens or pots, to the public. Parties living at a distance can have them pack ed so that they will carry without being damaged. " ,iylt is altogether' proper for John William Dohertt to -rally to, the de fense of Joe. Kessingkr and General GRosypok, as it Is: understood 'that he represents the tail of the Athens Ring, in this county. The brains are repre- Bented by Job. and the General. " ; " f.'jTbe Board of County Commis sioners made the following levies on the 6th inst. i ' " '-' ' ' " MILL8. .1.710 J . - 6io .810 funds three " - A. ' Connly Expense, . ' Infirmary, , " j. Special Road, ! , - Total levy for the -three and one-tenth mills.' ".1: . . Xln the table of votes, cast in the Convention of the 26th ult', which ap peared in Thk Spirit :6f the 5th inst., theyot of Jobeph Wehb, for ..Recor der, was put down at 179 His correct vote is 193, he having received 14 votes in Perry township which the Secretary of the Convention unintentionally omit ted from his sheet.' . , . ''''.XarTtaeV Republicans of Guernsey county nominated the following ticket on the 7th inst.'i Representative, Tbos S.' Lcccock ; Auditor, Thomas J. Tin gle ; Treasurer,' Johs; D. Patterson; Prosecuting V Attorney, J. C. ' Steele ; CommUsioner, Patrice LocHERTj Sur veyor; A. J. Spauldihqj Infirmary Di rector,' Jakes McClenahan. .' ! ' terHere is. a little item-of crops pra duced in this county in 1876 : BD8HELS. Wheat;5 ;1 ' Eye, . Buckwheat, Oats,. . Barley, Corn, - 108,697 " .14,839 , 4,201 195,168 .--:.V640 611,849 ! 48,842 Potatoes,-T JpyThe' Cincinnati Daily JSnquiret'jat the 3d inst , contained three columns.of cable, telegrams,, from all parts of the Turco-Ru8siaa war. territory .That, t enterprise, and of the kind that enables the 'j&itjtuVer to surpass all its tempo raries ; in fact it reaches beyond all. of them in all things that go to make the raciest, brightest and most reliable, news paper in the West.' " ; . jlSBonds J?ee quoted in' the New York market at the close on the th inst; as, follows : , '. ', ri United States 6s of 1881, ooupona..lU Five-twenties, (1865 new.............l06 Five-twenties, (1867y..'.....,...........113 Five twenties, (1868)..... .......116 New Foar-and-one-halfs.;. .107 Ten-forties..,........; 1121 Ten Forty Coupons......... .......M.113i Currency sixes........ lyO. F. Fldit, Esq was re-elected Justice of the Peace . in Washington township on the 26th inst., receiving 35 votes more than bis three competitors combined.' Frank is a sound Demo crat, who, hasY always responded. Vhen the party called lor earnest, vigorous work ; and 'tis the opinion of a host of Democrats that he would be bard , to beat for any position be might choose to aspire to. , . - , , Barnestille District Fourth Round J. M. Cass, Presiding Elder -June 10, Barnesville, Barnes ville Circuit ; June 17, Bellaire, Bridgeport : June 24,1Som erton; July 1, Centerville; July' 8.h, Beallsville; "July 15, Bellaire, Circuit: July 22d, Powhattan ; July 29th, TVpods- field; August 0, bt. Uausville, .A orris towo ; August 6th, Moorefield; A,Qgust 12, Freeport; August 19, Belmont ;.Au ecst 26th, Woodsfield,' Antioch ; Sept ember 2, Hendrysburgh, Fairview ; Sep tember 9, Clarington, Hannibal. '- X3TA traveling preacher named Sam uel WrrTENBAUOH is in the Eastern part of this county predicting . any number of strange things Among them is one that the war between Russia and Turkey is but the beginning of a war. that will spread nntil all nations and peoples be come engaged and again that the world will come to an end in the year 1888. eleven years from this time. In his preaching he announces that he is only the .forerunner of a Prophet mightier than he, who will expound all things clearly and to the satisfaction of all men l&TThe prospect at Baltimore, for satisfactory prices for tobacco is not flattering to the merchants. The "French contract," which usually greatly influ ences the market, has been let, -and the price, although not precisely known is understood to be below an average of five dollars and a half a hundred. The tobacco technically known as "French" includes the lower trades of sound, except short tips, and ranges up to the lower qualities of brown, and red It covers perhaps one-third of the Ohio crop. ' : ' It is considered iavorable that thi contract is let to Mr. Schumacher, of Baltimore, instead of Mr. Lkhr, who is the worst "bear" the sellers have to fight against. rarleraburg (West Va.) Sentinel, 2d instl Married. On the 23d day of Mav, 1877, by J. W. Carter, Barna Powell, Hi9q , of this city, to Miss Anna Rust, daughter of Wm. Rust, Esq, of Gallio polis, Ohio. Barna is another Monroe County boy who wandered from the home roof, and for whom our people have always enter tained the kindliest of feelings We wish the wedded a long life of happi ness and prosperity. BalUon! The Olivers of our Agricultural So ciety are determined that our Fairs filial not only be remunerative to those ex hibiting stock, farm products and spec imens of handi work, but attractive to all who attend. They have about com pleted arrangements, with a Cincinnati company, Tor Balloon Ascensions on the second and third days of the Fair, also for Chariot Races, Rope Walking and Velocipede Rices during those days. EWk meeting of the Directors of the Bellaire fe Southwestern was held at Bellaire last Friday, at which propo sitions for raisins money to iron the road were considered. A committee of three was appointed to negotiate with parties in the Eist. We hope to pub lish, in this month, that the committee met with complete success, if such should be the ca9e, the cars' will run from Bellaire to Woodslield before De cember 1st. Written for The Spirit of Democracy ! OBITUARY. Theodore Lowe departed this life at the residence of his brother in Claring ton, Ohio, May 31, 1877, aged 23 years 8 months and 10 days. Consumption has again done its work, "Dear as thou wast, and justly dear, . -, f; We would not weep for thee; ' One thought shall check the starting tear, It is that thou art free. "And thus shall fitith's consoling power The tears of lore restrain; 0, who that saw thy parting hour, Could wish thee here again?" Clarington, Ohio, June 5, 1877. D. N. "For four years past the Democ racy of this county have been coaxed, honeyed and entreated to forsake The Spirit, quit taking it and subscribe for some other paper; but they have stood firm as the rock of Gibraltar and treat ed with contempt all such Advances. And to-day no paper in Ohio has a bet ter paying list than The Spirit, it hav ing mora than doubled in the time above noted, and none of them have truer or more steadfast friends than this paper. vVe thank them and promise to furnish them in the future a better paper, if pos sible, than in the' past. ; ? ! Married On May 5th, by O. F. Flint, Esq , of Washington township, Mr John W. Kinnet and Miss Sarah E. Cline. . ' ' On May 9th, by the same, Mr. James Cline and Miss Mart Kkowlto. ' On. May 19th., by Rev. C. B. Hen thorn, Mr, Patrick McCabe and Mrs. Adalike Smith. .v . On May 20th, by Rev. W. A. Walter, Mr. Ernest D. Lettan and Miss Ma riah E. Mangold. On the.3d 1nst , by C, W Clipt, Esq , of Bethel township, Mr Jacob Linda- mood and Miss Jane Swain. 3"Twenty counties were represented the Greenback Convention held at Columbus on the 6th inst. The follow ing is the ticket nominated : Governor, ' ' ' ' Stephen Johnson. Lt. Governor, John B Powell. reasurer, ' John Jonsitins, Supreme Judge, Samuel E. Adams Clerk of S. Court, Charles E Bonsall Attorney Gen'l, Marshall 0 Wagner. M. B. of P. Works, Jacob Riblett. Mr Powell formerly resided in this county and is highly , esteemed by all who know him here. His present borne is Columbiana, where he ranks as one of the leading citizens.- We regret that John's chances for election are not flat tering. ; Tis our., opinion tnat he .will decline to allow the use of his name, when notified of bis nomination. ; . .From the Clarksville Star, Butler Co., Iowa. J A Ride to Brmotv, ' . On Tuesday we accepted an invitation nothing official about it from Sheriff Jones, to visit Bristow with him. On the route out we passed the fine farm of Mr Joseph Neal, where can be seen one of the best barns in the coun ty, with ample sheds and stables for cat tle, horses and hogs. Mr. Neal's farm is one of the finest in the county, and is in the highest stage of cultivation, well adapted to grain and stock, the latter of which is receiving the most or his at tention. The farm buildings are finely situated on a high point overlooking the country for miles around. When air. Neal ceta the new house, which he has now under way, completed, he will have one of the best homes in Iowa. - f Mr. Neal formerly resided in "Old Monroe,"- and his many friends here will be glad to learn that he has been so successful in the West, and he has their best wishes for continued prosperity. Pub Spirit.J Roads. The following action was ta ken bv the Countv Commissioners at their session last week : The alteration of a county road pe titioned for bv C. A. Cline and others from Cochransvilfe to Stafford, was or dered tobe established a public high way sixty feet in width. The uetition for the establishing of a county rbad in Washington township. presented by O. F Flint and others was considered. Wm. White, J. W Beardmore and Abram Mann were ap pointed Viewers to meet June 28th, with the Countv Surveyor, at Alfred Tai LOR8 A supply road petitioned for to the Trustees of Center township, and repor ted upon favorably by the Trustees to the Board, and damages awarded to Henrt Winland, through whose land the road is located, of $10,' said road was ordered established a public high way thirty feet in width. Gold b )nnets are one of the last ex tremes. They are made ot straw, wmcu is then steeped in a bath of gold. The trimming consists of. a large relvet bow snd a bamming bird. ' . Written for The Spirit of Democracy.) "About the Primary Election. Beallsville, O., June 4, 1877. Mr. Editor: I wish to make some in quiries through your paper. I do not wish to stir up strife, but if reports which are in circulation bo untrue they should be corrected ; if they be true there is an accountability resting some where. Was the primary election conducted according to law in Bethel township? Was there a legal organization there? Were Republicans knowingly permitted to vote tuere ? Were Republicans di rectly or indirectly invited to vote there ? Honest Indian. In reply to our correspondent we can only say that the reports referred to have been freely talked about, but we have heard no one speak of them who had personal knowledge of their truth fulness or untruthfulness. We presume that Wm F. Wire, Esq , who was Com mitteeman for Bethel township, will promptly answer the questions of our Beallsville correspondent Ed. Spirit Another IVevr Swindle, The following item is going the rounds of our exchanges: Another new swindle has been developed, the modus operandi of which is as follows : A pack peddler calls at a house with a fine lot of articles which he oflers at ruinous sacrifices. He makes a sale and goes on his way. The next day two men drive up to the house with a printed bill, giving an account of the robbery of a certain store. They claim the goods, and usually bulldoze the purchaser into giving them up. It would lie well for newspapers throughout the State to give these swindlers the benefit of a gratuit ous advertisement, so as to guard their readers against such impostors. Peo ple who do not read - the papers wonld then be the only sufferers and this class, it may be added, are generally the ones who are taken in by the plausible rascals. Proceeding of the Board of In. firmary Directors, The Board met on the 1st inst., pres ent, Hekrt Smith, Robert - McCammon and John Pfalzoraf. The following bills were allowed : N. Eoehler & Co., mdze , (20,15-, George Ketterer, same, 324,70 ; Pope k Castle, groceries, $9,98; Smith fc Waddell, hardware, $5,04 ; Jacob Roemer, keep ing out pauper 22 weeks, (44 ; George Weisend, potatoes, 89,00 ; John Morris, tobacco, $6,00 ; S. Ford,- potatoes, $19 60; William Shell, potatoes, $1,60; Jas. R. Smith, mending harness, $7,30; P. Schumacher, groceries, $65,92 ; L. P. Oblinger, produce, $92,45 ; L. P. Oblio ger, expenses on out-pauper, $2,75 ; Dr. J. E. Dillon, medical attendance, 920; Wm. Walton, medical attendance, $7,43 There being to further business the Board adjourned to July 2d, 1877. X7"George Arnold, the driver of a water cart at Martin's Ferry, came to his death in a horrible manner one day last week. His horse took fright at a passing locomotive and ran away, pitch ing Arnold between the barrel and wheel of the cart, from which place he could not release himself, and was bea ten to death by the spokes of the rap. idly running wheel. , His body was hor ribly mutilated and 'his skull crushed before the frightened animal could be stopped and the mangled body released Barnavillc Enterpriie, Tth inst. . The Probate Court. (Cincinnati Enquirer.) The proposed Amendment to the Con stitution in reference to the reorganiza tion of the Judiciary provides, in section 15, that the existing Probate Court shall be abolished in each county at the close of the term for which the Judge was elected. We doubt whether this change will be acceptable to the people of the State..' The Probate Court has served a good purpose, and furnished a tribunal where estates may be settled without de lay: It is practically the Orphan's Court There is no delay in the administration of justice. The Court is always open for a hearing. The ..Probate Court is popular with the people, and has demon strated its efficiency in our judicial sys tem. The people will not readily vote to abolish the Court. Great Oil Strike Near Oil City. Oil Cirrj Penn., Juno .7. In Bullion district, fifteen miles southwest of Oil City, this afternoon, the largest oil well was struck since 1873' When the vein was penetrated, the oil flowed over one mndred feet in the air. It was got un der control as soon as possible, and con- yeyed to tanks. Specials to the Daily Derrick to-night say that the well made three hundred barrels the first six hours, and estimates the production at one thousand barrels the first twenty four hours. It is owned by Tack, Dean 4 Shirley, of .Parker City, and Kirk & Dilworth, of Pittsburgh. Let the Poor Laborers SnfTer. A recent order of Secretary McCrary that all work shall be suspended at the National armories after June 30, on "ac count of the failure of Congress to pasa an Army Appropriation Bill, presents the curious-auomaly of the Government keeping np a standing army without war rant of law, yet refusing to retain poor laborers, thousands of whom will thus be thrown out of work. tSTThe reader of war news from the Danube must still be patient. Delay seems certain to follow delay. The Rus sians have now ranged their army along the Danube, but il is stated that they can not get fairly across within three weeks owing to the hight of the river, aiid the campaign is expected to begin in earnest only with July Then it must be fought in the fiercest -boat of summer, which will do as much as hard Sahtinz to bring about a speedy result. A Y Tribune tThere is a good deal of nonsense talked and written about Blaine's intend ing to get np a new party. Why shoub he get up a new party ? HeisaRcpub lican, and the great body of Republicans are with him whenever the issue is defin ed between the, Faudulent President Bnd the principles which the Fraudulent President has abandoned. It 13 Haye, not Blaine, who needs a new party. It is the wigwam, not the Indian, that is lost in the woods. IT. Y. Sun. The King's and Queen's College of Phyeicians in Ireland, having just grant ed diplomas in medicine to three unraar ried young women, the number of female doctors who may freely practice in En gland without infringing tbe very strin gent laws on the subject is now raised to exactly half a dozen. The London' World says that the young women doc tors are snapped up in marriage by prac titioners of the opposite sex, they being eligible as partners for life in a double sense. ; The streets in front of employment offices arc so obstructed with men seek ing work that business firms lately peti tioned the Chief of Police to keep a pas eage clear. ! : BUSINESS NOTICES. siTDress Goods at low prices at MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S. JtT Garden Seeds at JUDKINS'. yLidies' Linen Suits at low prices MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S. at STTomato Plants, Cabbage Plants, Sweet Potato Plants, And Pot Flowers of all kinds for sale at Mrs. WAY'S. "Largest selection of calicoes in tho county at bottom figures at MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S. JWlf yon want a dish of first class ce Cream call at REINHERR S. Beautiful Jaconnet Lawns only 5c per yard at MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S. 3T JUDKINS has all kinds of Gar den Seed for sale. "For all kinds of Dress Goods go MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S. to yFruit Trees, Grape Vines, Evergreens, ' And Shrubbery of 'all kinds for sale by Mrs. M. A. WAY, Woodsfield, Ohio. Orders from a distauce will receive prompt attention. larCaH atMrs WAY'S if tou want Pot Flowers of all kinds. "Folding Fans, 5c up. Parsols and Sun Umbrellas 20c up, largest ee- ection, lowest prices, to be found at ' ' MORRIS fe ARMSTRONG'S. 9Garden Seed of all kinds for sale at JUDKINS' Drug Store, A-REINHERR, at the City Bakety, is prepared to furnish meals at all hours of the day. X3TFor Ladies Ties, Neck wear, Bus tles, Fancy Goods Ac , go to AlUiiHlS ft ARMSTRONG S. i . 47"If you want a square meal at any. time during the day call at REIN HERR'S City Bakery. - Big Drive in Men's Clothins, Men's Suits well made and Pants lined for $4.38 whole Suit. Come and see them. MORRIS ARMSTRONG. WREINHERR is prepared to serve Ice Cream in good style. Don't fail to give him a call. OSJO i i i fSTLadies Hats, trimmed and un- trimmed at the Millinery establishment of . Miss M. A. GUTHRIE arMrs. WAT, on the East side of town, has all kinds of Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds and Pot Flowers for sale. Ladies Neck ties, flowers for Bon- ne:s and Hats, and other trimmings can be obtained at Miss M A. GUTHRIE'S. 9Mi8 M. A. GUTHRIE has just received a large and carefully selected stock of Millinery Goods. Ladies, call and see them. XSEvergreens, Fruit Trees, Pol Flowers, Garden Seeds, Flower Seeds, Flower Stands and Hanging Baskets for sale at Mrs Wat's. jWREINHERR has just received a full stock of Candies, Nuts, and . other confectionaries. Ice-cream, cakes and other good things furnished to pic-nic parties on short notice. 1 IVlf you want a Spring bonnet trimmed in the latest style at the lowest cash price, call at the Millinery estab lishment of Missel. A. GUTHRIE. JMrs. Wat, of this place, is pre pared to furnish fresh Pot Flowers, Gar den Seeds and Flower Seeds to all who may desire to purchase . , " CALL AXU SETTLE. All persons indebted to me by book account or otherwise, are requested to call and sottle. " J. T JUDKINS. ylf you want a first class Wheeler and Wilson Improved Sewing Machine that sells in this market for 880, go to MORRIS & ARMSTRONG'S and get it for 933 33 1-3. FARM FOR SALE. The farm of Abbam Stephens, con tainlns 120 acres, three miles East of Woodsfield, is for Bale For terms and other particulars apply to, or address - H. R WEST, April 24.V77 tf. . WoqdsfieldvOhio. Iffl'-Hizhest Market Price paid for Butter and Ezgs. Batter must be Good or it won't be taken at P. SCHUMA CHER'S. . 44 pounds Coffee for One Dollar, 23 .cents for Single pound. Bring your produce where you always get the highest price for them, and your Groceries at the "very lowest" at P. SCHUMACHERS. - ' R ,,E .IN H -t E R , R E Keeps Brend, Cakes', Chow-Chow, E I Pjckles, Nuts, Candie8,Tobacco,Ci- I N ,gar8,Canned Fruits, Jellies, Cheese, N H Sardines, Mustard & other articles II E kept in a first class Confectionery. E tL Motto : Quick sales & small profits. R R"' E' I N H E R R Noble Counly IVews. Press, 7th inst We regret to have to chronicle the fact that Samuel Gregg of Buffalo township, has been adjudged in sane. ' , Some very One oil wells have recently been struck near Macksburg. The one belonging to Brown & Brooker is said to be especially valuable. . ; j Mrs Wiley, widow of Thomas Wiley, died suddenly of Apoplexy at tbe resi dence or her son, .Ujnlap Wile', in Caldwell, Friday evening June ltt. She was near seventy years of age. A dispatch received here from Worthy McKee, Dead wood, Black Hills, announ ced the death of T. J. Sipe He died Monday night of this week, Uie dispatch was received Tuesday morning. . r The second horse belonging to Peter Kirkbride. died last week from.the er fects ' of the spring poisoning, hereto fore mentioned in these columns. ' Mr Kirkbride himself will survive. r arTheic is considerable mortality among the hogs of this section. Mr. Albert, of this place, recently had thir teen hogs examined, and found that all of them had the hlack tusk, wlucu inva riably causes death. He thinks that this will be found to be the cause of many deaths among the hogs. Farmers oould investigate the matter and apply the remedy hy extracting the tusk. Bar MMi'l7 RmUtprkt F. I 8 15 22 29 s. 2 9 16 23 30 3 10 17 24 4 11 18 25 7 14 21 2 12 19 26 13 20 27 ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OP, MAILS. Bast Learea Ularington on Tuesday - and Woodafleld on Wednesday of eaoh week. Wist Learea Woodafleld on Wednesday and Saturday of each week. SeffTH Learea Woodafleld on Tuesday and Friday of eaoh week. Nobtb Dailr mail aaoti way from Wooda fleld to Barnesrille. BALTIMORE OHIO RAILROAD. On and after May 13th, 1877, trains will leare Barnesrille as follows: EAST. ' Mixed Passenger Express. and Freight. 5:10 p. M. 9:23 a. bl WEST. Express. Accommodation. Stops at all Stations 11:40 p.m. 6:15 p.m. Express. 6:1$ A. K Express. 9:45 a. M. Express Trains ran daily, other Trains dailr except Sunday. - - - ODD FELLOW'S DIRECTORY, Encampment at Clarinuton O. H. Dank- werth, O. P. John G. Duerr, Scribe. Meetings .Second and fourth Monday in each month. Encampment at Woodsfield. J. Rein- herr, O. P. Frit Reef, Scribe. Meetings: First and third Friday in each month. . Woodsfield Lodge, No. 377, 1. O. O. F. John H. Lang, N. O. Daniel Nenhart, Secre tary. Regnlar meeting every Thursday. Lewisville Lodge, No. 498, 1. O. O. F. Darling Harbin, N. Ot. James H. Hamilton, Secretary. Regular meeting every Saturday. Dexteii Lodge. No. 390. I. O. O. F. At Beallsville. S. H.Morris, N.O. J. W. Black, Secretary. Regular meeting every Saturday. Clamngton Lodge, No. 535, I. O. O. F At Clarington. O. E. Miller, N. O. Wm H. Ratter, Secretary'.. Regular meeting every Saturday evening. Miltonsbcko Lodge. No. 601, 1. 0. 0. F. At Miltonsburg Peter Shaffer, N. O. J.J. Riemenschneider, Secretary. Regular meeting every Wednesday evening. MASOXIC DIRECTORY. Woodsfield Chaptek, No. 85, It. A. M. Jem. Williams, H. P. James R. Morris, Sec retary. Regular convocations First Monday after each full moon. ' MosnoE Lodge, No. 189, F. & A M. At Woodsfield. H. B. Hill, W. M. Jere Wil- liams, Secretary. Regular communications Wednesday on or before each fall moon. ; - Central Lodge, No. 279, F & A. M.-rAt Calais. J N. Danford, W. M. C. L. Eberle, Secretary. Regular communications Tuesday on or before each full moon. Scnsburt Lodge, No. 862, F. & A. M. At Beallsville. David McVay. W. M. A, W. Darby. Secretary. Regular communications Thursday on or before each full moon. . Graysville Lodge, No. 479, F. A A M. At Graysville. L A. Wilcox, W. M. J. W. Okoy, Secretary. Regular communications Tuesday on or before each full moon. - Clarington Lodge, No. 263, T?& A. M. At Clarington W. T. - Hurd, W M. Wm. W. Messerly, Secretary. . Regular amnnica tions First Monday in each month. Stafford Lodge, No. 30, F. & A. M. At Stafford. Henry Smith, W. M. G.W.Mason, Secretary. Ri gnlar communications Monday on or before each full moon. Masterton Lodge, No. 429. F. & A. M. At Masterton. Matthew Warwick, W. M. P. B. Hannah, Secretary. Regular communica tions rThursday evening on or before each fall moon. Getttral Kolea of tbe Situation. The Russian Telegraphic agency states that a telegram has been received from Semlin declaring that a conspiracy has been discovered in Servia to lepose Prince Milan in favor of the Prince of Montenegro. In military circles in Vienna the opin ion gains ground that the Russians will not cross the Dnuube. They expect such decisive successes in Asia that every condition of durable peace may be bo cared from their effects. - An official report received at Constan tinople from the Governor of Herzigo vina confirms the reported defeat of the Montenegrins and Her?igovlnians on the 4th inst, in the defiles of Kriatocs, with, heavy losses, by Suleiman Pasha, By order of the Minister of War tho Turkish journals are forbilden to pub lish any matter relating to the war.'er report the incidents of battles or any facts bearing on ;the subject. La Tur qnie, official newspaper, holds out hopes that the measure may ba recalled , . The semi-official Journal de St TVerV burg, adverting to the peace rumors.saj j diplomacy had better not pronounce in favor or any definre plan for the termi nation of the war until decisive events have occurred on the battle-field, j The terms of' peace must depend on the course of the war." ' Belmont County Kews. Qazelle, 1th inst The' condition Alex Patton, who has been seriously jll for the past two months, is slightly; ltd proved. , 380 passengers wore carried . over the St. Clairsville Riilroad last week. This is a gratifying increase over any previous week. Four prsons have been convicted o! penitentiary . ofFcnee9,udnring the. past week, in the Common Pleas Court They are: John McCourtney, (colored) of Barnesville, stabbing with intent to wound; Reagan, Andeison and Henrv Fowler, both of Bridgeport, burglary : Frederick Sweitzer, of,Bellaire, grand laiceny. ' . Chronicle, ! th inst Wm. Buchanan, formerly a resident near LovdsviUe. died at his home in Hndryshurg, on the 2Gth ult , aged about "0 years. , Mr. i rank Uowen made bis maiden law speech to a jury in the defenne of Mary Miller charged with murder. in our Common Pless, on Wednesday, and ac quitted himselt very creditably.' Oa Monday the Probate Judge, upon proper medical certificates and evidence adjudged the following persons to be in sane, and roado application to the Ay lura at Athens for their admission : Mar garet. WeUh, Pultney township; Roger McMnnni?, Puitney township; Maria Strander, Pease township;' Sa-ah Hall, Pease township. : L" 4rWe think Barneevillo . tobacco dealers will think beUer of our tobacco warehouse than the Enterprise would have us lielieve. If they' can shII their tobacco in Bellaire to a3 good advan tage as in Bdlimore, surely they w 11 not send it to Baltimore instead The warehouse rstabl:shed by West Virgin ia down at Huntington seems to be a success Why should not one here? r7- ... r..j.!.,.T t - i iiciiuc c iiur'Cfiuc'ii. lMr9 l:-alcl McGee. wlul; on her way to church at Cambridge, on Sunday, accidentally fell from a spring waton in which she was riding and broke her neck, causing instant Chroiiiole, 1th inst death. Jfclmont ; , : M. T. W. T. JAS. S. SMITH.. WM. B. WADDELL, II J IOTA RET (BIlEilf; a . T- WE are prepared to furn'sh to the people of Monroe oonnty anything In ; our. line. Oar stook oonsists in part of ' Boilders &" Hoiisenold Hardware Table & Pocket Cutlery, ; ; CARPENTER'S ' T 0() L S , FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ' and In faot a complete stock of generally, wnlch we 'propose to . SELL '';AS ' LOW a the same can bs bought in any other market, allowing us freights. We solicit an examination of our Goods ; and Prices. '' ' ' We are also agents for the ' OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS, Smith's lUovrori and Reapers. Ralston & Massilon Tliresiiers. Can furnish Repairs : for any of the above machines. . !..-$', -. X ' -. - -j SMITU & "WADDELIi. apr24,77r. ;." "' " : DRUG STORES. -fc . DRUG'. TORE; DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, ' - ' ' . ' .VARNISHES. BRUSHES.. : DTE STUFF, AND ALL ropular Patent Medicines, rKa always pa fonnd at J. T. JUDKINS V tng Store, at the lowest cash prices , PURE WINES AND. LI Q DORS "Hor Mediolnal Purposss.may always be found : - . 5. t "r PAINTS. I v a'l colors, and. in erery form, at J. T j jvukihs-Drag Btoie. LINSEED 0IL,u -the Bart-el ior' gallon, at lowest market rates, at Ji t. JUDKINS' Drag Store. TEE BEST COAL OIL -the marXet also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil. Neat's Foot Oil, &e., &c can be had at J. T. JUDKINS' at the lowest cash prices ' PURE WtllTE LEAD, 0? B. Fabnestook's brand, which. Js so Just, ly celebrated for. Us parity, whiteness and durability. Is just reoeived by J.T. JUD. KINS, and will be sold at the lowest case kte.;"" . : v i it! i i? ; PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPICES,' ' ' TOBACCO, BNCFP AND CIOAB8, A KDa variety of other articles belonging A to the Druegiflt's trade, all of which will be void as low as they can be afforded. ' ' PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CancpoLiT PtiPAsia at all hours of the day andnight . : . J. T. JUDKINS. Tni) OHIO FARMERS i 1 XSURA NCE"; COMPANY. Assels, $85i),000 Insures only Fanu Properly in the State ol unio.; Address, o 1 -, , - . v , , V JAMB3 C. JOHNSTON : Malaga, Monroe County, Ohio Jnnet7.1Sr5-T. , , . , .. . , : - n . V " i -:' BLACKSMITH. Wagon Making "and Biacksmithing .X ?it.4. ; ; ' - .'.. Jl. . ; AM. tn .Cj. LETZECTER, WOO D SPJ ELD, Oil O, WE hare opened a Wagon Mak'flg and Blacksmith Sbopin the Fonndry Balldiog on the east Adt of town, where we are prepared o mannfacture Fann and Spvinc Wacons Of the latest and heat stjlei. Also, will to pair waqms and carriages on shirt notice A L Li WOBK OUAHANrBklD. Wheels and woj-wjr1t' tr Wagons troned and iron for wagons and carriages famished at market rates,., i-. We are Agents for tbe Ulirei Jhilled Iron Plows. Krery one warrauted, Special attention will be giren to shoeing horses. . Oire us a oall. mayS3.76T.-II & C. LKTZHLTER. ATTACHMENT. v Dr. C. D. Dftllj 1 Before B ' Clsne.- J. P. of vs. perry townfUlp, Monroe Oeorge Dennis. I eonnty, Ohio: Uu the- tl d?y of April, A. D. 1377. said Jastioe tssnd an order ot attachment in tbe above action for tha Sam of $24 '0, with interest and costs. Trial st for tlie 6th d&f of Jane, A. D. 1877, at 3 o'clock J . may22,77 if 8. , p. va. :' d.D. DALLYw lAll.FAU H-s BOB! POPS.. ............ .....T.O. CASTlkV O r ' T AND- Gil O C E;R IBsi. POPE Have' opened in their1.' netv "room oij CrosiJ Main street, '''' " WOOlDSFIET-aD,' OHIO I.' tilt". - .! a well selected Block of Drugs: J, . Patent ; Mediclhc 1?A1NTS, OILS, DTE STtjS Aotion; Window 1 tilaai Puttt, B00E8 and Statioseet,. R B'Sfl) as and rsBFOUBRT, lamps ana i&iu. xiRos.' Also a full line of ' Ct ROCE-RiI E ,S epnsfsflog'of Teas, , Coffees, ' Sugars 'Bjcfe A ii I llomi ny, Syrups, .. Spices, canned, rauiTs, :-. a'q.,.- Which they will sell for Cash or Approved Country Produce, as low as they can bought in tue county . . aeoi9,76T proprietaht: 3 . 1 7- ' r, i ;;:';.- OS T hri ' r,B BKi- CHANDLER; FJt.S.'.M!f Lata Phwieiia fa St. Otorat't and St Bai .. aitw s noipiuit, koneoa. yorator t SJizatetli', eta. 1 X After year of tke mt laSeHews ei' . tmreh and ittttigtion, an, mftv 4 trraetiml application in treatment t thou lands patienU, e. Chdi, 'jS.Mf. M.J.,now prfntm to tho Atnwrioan pm " Uo the following rttne&ie. hi -ott U 00c cry and property, th tffiemep of U attested in the toluminout f uantittl f ' testimonials, the unioHeited efforinge Of '. muttering and discouraged pa4ientst whe have not only received relief and honeflS ' front their tontiuned -nsm, UB name moot ,radieally cured -of ailments and ehrenie. complaints, which have been adjudged ty . the meet eminent physicians as hopoiose THE WONDERFUL - EQYPTIAII BL00D-PURIFIE1 'IV h p "... 1,--HJEMABt-'l-id ' JntfJneomparabte tfP ITS J TTTM Sm a wowerTot ALTEMATirS. IONIC. DX- VkETIC, DIAPHOSSTIC, and APBSl ' ' iVNTr combining virtues tM render it invaluable and newer-failing.-and of its continued use will Iheroughtg eradi cafe ail disomies at, the bind. -Its inaro diente are of a purrlw harmttes, extract tion, the products gathered front : tin slightest taint of disease in the eye-. tem, ot never fails in? ejecting that disease through the medium (Aw skint or am- ' prlling it through tho mann and various) channel ef the . hedg, thereby cMewinap and, indeed, foreing all- the organs inia .their proper normal and functional eem : utmttan srrowtueoo. ana vsneroi n auton. wry arter apace aj-mma mruo convince any pattens using it, or its doubted reliability and wonderful aura-. liability and wonderful five properties! ii eeing, most uneueeiibas-- I, tne very memo v Mini 1-m.mpnmm the greatest discovery af the present wnd t age, in the treatment ef every atseasa where the blood itself is primarily the meat ef the lesion ar disorder, such as SCROFULA and tho thousand and One causes that lead to thir terrible ajgiietioa, ef which all civilised communities are' cognisant, for Biblical Truth has assort ed that the 44 bins of the fathers skull visit even unto the third anil fourth gen' trations," and to BROKBS-BOWX AxD ENFEEBLED COSSHIUXJOHM it i t powerful rejuveuator, causing the wreck af man once more to assume the Sod like form ef mannooa. Ear C VTA It Eft ITS DISEASES. W ASKS, I'ltlti Anr ;riisoR nEB,ONatiPATioir or STIVENESS, lirxn AND KIDSEX COSTirEXESS. COMPLAINTa, GENERAL AXDrJiBRr OUS DEHILITY, X MXUMATMMf ' ftUANltVJhA.K J-JllJsAMItM M M.HXO. MfA THBLIOHATOVS . A1 ANCEKr Mcirarx, r, ii bonis, ixno- 1 J AFFECTIONS OF Till ' J.EXT VICE ItB, EMU Ai COM. rt,AIXT (and to the gentler eem I boon long eought for oy sensitive, suscep. tible. and delicate r females, as it takes direct action upon their ailments) AND ALT E0RM8 Or HBBOXIC DISEASE' IN WHICH THE BLOOD IS IBM SSAT OE THE TROUBLE, it is invaluable. A pirteveranee with this remedy will prate a positive and permanent cure foe ' CHILLS and FEVERS and ail MALA 2tIAL POLHON8. - I . . Thousands of Testimonials astesi vt truth of these claims. . . . rriea, One Deliar, ialarffe bottle, er vim bottles, $S. ' ' ; i!'.mmammm i .iv !m ' -DYSPEPSrA-.; V.'.''.v OASTH6TT4 a sdfr T4v, and fosU tire cure for that most depressing ef ail ntents, and a brief course ef treatment wiU restore the digestive organs to their priom ' tine strength, and promote the healthy . action, ef tlie stomach and intestines. The nervous irritability of literary and alt person pursuing a sedentary ' life, is r speedily removed by this . agent. The ' stomach is restored to health and the key I note of the system will emee more respond in the performance of labor. . , ' Price, Ona Hollar, in ioirga eattU, or .; bottle, $8. . .. r. .. , BROHCHITIS AIID LUIIQ s k CtTtnTlftll r Mrrtv i lunar, I -TBACItEON. -.A slight so-called cold wllUofUimes toad to a serious cough, which, uncorett for or badly treated, must have but oete remit must eventuate in B mettled ease of BRONCHITIS, or what is worse, the iT s IS. 4. A. At3f vr wnu yaw wwrOf , CONSUMPTION To-aUmtfttring " from harassing cough and expectoration. ' TRACHEOJf offers ct eeundr reliable, und permanent relief. IU,augtnout expeoto- . ration, and enable the patient to orpet . that terribly Sept id deposit, White, if left eoithout judieioa treatment, must com. . tnunlcatc it poison to the vesicular wub. '. stance ef the tunga degenerating and do . stroking that most essential of organs, and ultimate only in an early and au. ' timely death. TRACBEOX has we equal i tnuelt less, a tupertor, and it use wiU not only remove the deposit, thereby afferdinq Cat rellefi but heal the membrane and ve the patient in possession of healthy .:; . lung tiesuoi : - : ,:; C - t I, . Price, Flftd font per settle, or M bottles, $.SO. ' ' PILES. Hemorrhoids.' " PILO.V. . . ... . , . . Many causes tend to produce this pnim ' ful and disiretsing state.-. The 'blood retarded in it return! the too frequent wm of drastic purgative tends to predmc congestion of Vte bowel, torpid action e the liver, and numerous other causes are' the source ef this eomptntnl, and hitherto nothing effectual has been presented to ih public, which would rapidly alleviate symptom and ultimately prove mn effects . tve cure. In PILON.we have a remetly which not only act almost instantly, but still remove the largest tumor ef the part (Piles) by absorption, and many who have received not only benedt, but mart been radioally cured, here been assured prior to using this treatment) by emi nent surgeons -that tho only relief they i ever could expect in life, would be by . aperatlen. and removing it or them from . the body by a procedure which nseessUat' adthehnife. This remedy has been hailed with delight, and is not prescribed i snany practising physicians, who are tog' .vetisant of it merits, a th only known " euro cure for PILES. - - , I'rice, Fifty Cent per package, or tie) for $2.60. - ... vmesmsmmm ' .-THE- ABOVE REMEDIES .AB thorough in the eradication of the differ emt and various maladies denominated, and are the result of patient, searching laborious, and sdeniiAe investigation t . embracing a period of many years, ise Europe and America. If the specific directions are complied with, thousands of patients will bear wit ' ness to their relative merits, and corrob .: orate every assertion. Mhere there ard many complications of disease, and pa tients eo desire, DR. CHANDLER will bo pleased ta give all information and :treat by letter if necessary. ' Descriptive and Explanatory Clreu lar of the above remedies sent en receipt ef stamp. If the PROPRIETAHT MEDICINES are not on sale at your particular druggist's, send order to Ri v .CHANDLER', J. . '..j! 1 M79 Broadwayi H sir-York Clt J. T, JTJPlHHSi Sols .ABBirt..vv.i,-M.l Mouroe coant, Ohl.