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Tuesday, Angnst 21, 1877. Squash Fritters A pint more or lessfrom the dinner table, one egg and two tablespoonfula of 9 .mr. Fry on the griddle for breakfast Blackbsebt Jklw Crush the frnit, then squeeze through a flmnel jelly-bag. To every pint of juica allow one pound of the best white sugar; boil twenty minutes, skimming often ; Gil your bowls, Bet aside for twenty-four hours, then ' cover and paste. To Picklb Beaks (lather the beans when young; remove tho strings and boil until tender. Put into a stone jar with a small piece of alum ; boil the viu egar with mace, ginger, and whole pep per, and pour it boiling onto the beans, covering closely to prevent the escape of steam. Blackberry. PfjDDiNQ -Two eg$s well beaten, one pint of milk, a little salt, one-half of a small teaspoonful of soda, one of cream of tartar; add flour to make a thick batter; beat well, and add one pint of blackberries, well sprinkled with flour. Four into a buttered mold, or, if yoa have no mold, into a floured .cloth. Boil hard" one hour; then re move from the pot and dip it quickly into cold water, and as quickly , turn it oat. Serve at once, as it soon becomes heavy. Tomato Preserves Pare and quar ter good, ripe tomatoes ; place them in a porcelain kettle with a little water, so they will not burn They require to be cooked until the juice is nearly all out; then add one pound of white sugar to each pound or fruit. Uook slowly one half hour. Summer Squash Take them before the seeds begin to harden ; wash clean, remove the stems, and cut into pieces ; boil until tender; pour off all the water you can ; mash as fine as possible, then put into a bag and squeeze out the rest of the water. Season with salt, pleoty of butter and peprer, or with sweet . cream. Beet Tomato Pie. Cold roast beef cut in thin slices ; ripe tomatoes peeled out and sliced. Line a deep dish with a light biscuit crust; put a layer of beef, then a layer of tomatoes ; salt, butter and pepper to taste, and so on until tne - dish is nearly full ; put on the top crust, cutting a cash in the center. Bake two linnra in n dlitw rtvpn. Burning a Murderer al the Stake. From the Hamburg Monitor. On Friday night, about midnight, a possee of between sixty an seventy five men quietly entered our, town, went to the blacksmith shop, broke it open, procured tools, and proceeded to the jail and broke open tne door, iney went to the cell in which George Jack son, the negro murderer of the little girl, Cor inn a Haynes. was confined, and, breaking open the door of the cell, they took George out and departed. Iney carried him south of town about four miles, near tne Benin roaa, wuere iney chained him to a green sapling and there burned him. The whole affair was con ducted so quietly, except the noise made in breaking open the shop, that very few persons were aware of their pres ence until they were leaving town. As thev were coins off thev set up a loud yelling, which as done toprevent Jibe voice of the negro from being heard.- Some of our citizens saw them riding through the streets, and learning that they had the negro, followed them till h lucy vaults iv tuo uiolc ui cacuuiivu When they arrived there, however, the . negro was burned to death and the men all gone. At Mr. Erazzenle's the kid nappers baited and gave George Borne water and asked J. C Brazzeale to go . with them and hear what George had to say. This be declined doing. We arc told by Mr. Brazzeale and others thai George's cries were vociferous, and were heard by the neighbors as far ad two miles off. While at the jail these men informed Mrs. Holmes, who lives in the tail onrf tin wa nrt rfmiht vorv mnnli excited, that she need not be alarmed, as their business was to protect females . - Tramp Cards. . We copy from Josh Billings's new book, Trnm Eards, a few of the philos opher's remarks, and commend them to our readers: Maid" marry to change their condi shun, widows marry t j improve it. ! After a man gits to be thirty-eight years old be kant form any habits mutch, the best he kan do is to steer bis old ones. I lav a rooster for two things One iz the crow that iz in him, and the othei Jz the epnrs that are on him, to bak up the crow with. Enny man who can swop horses, or ketch fish, and not He about it, iz jaa' about as pious az men ever get to be in this world. The dog that will follow everyboddy, ain't worth a cuss. Thoze people who are trieing to git to heaven on their kreed will find out at last that they didn't have a thru ticket The greatest mistake enny woman kan make, iz, just as soon az her hus band haz been elekted capting ov a ma Jisha company, to be krazy to appear in bis uniform - Too long courtships are not alwuss judicious; the partys often tire out skoreing before the trot begins. Kind Words Why Use Them? 1. Because they always cheer him to whom they are addressed. Tbey soothe him if he is wretched ; tbey comfort him . if be is sal- They keep him out of the. slough of despond, or help him out if be happens to be in. 2. -There are words enough of the op posite kind flying in all directions soui words cross words frelful words--intuiting words overbearing words irritating words. 'Now, let kind word have a chance to get abroad, since so many and so different are on the wing 3. JKind words bless him - that uses them. At sweet sound on the tongue tends to make the heart mellow. Kind words react upon the kind feelings which prompted them, and make them more kind. They add fresh fuel to the fire ol benevolent emotion in the soul 4. Kind words beget kind feeling to ward him that loves to use them Peo ple love to see the face and bear the voice of such a man. . Kind w irds are therefore of great value in these hard times. W is rather startling to find Edi tor Halsiead throwing up his hand so early in the game, but here are the Com mercial's own words: "Tbe Republican artv of Ohio, asseotbledt t Cleveland, rHinghji a great opportunity did litt'e where llify ihou'd havo done much. If there are fiine;! expenses, to pav, how--tr, -we V twt intend to fuel (he bill. r m COUNTRY! WHAT WILL BECOME OF IT? Ii a question cow agitating the pnbllo mind. The grave issues before Congress; the final settlement of the late Presidential election ; the Inooming Congress, the new President; the poller of the next Administration; and fntnre welfare of the country and people are matter of great interest to eaoh and every individual. 8 no a a orisis has not been pre sented sicoe the Deolaration of Independ ence. A TBTTHrtrii Hiptobt of events, and doings of Congress will be given with impartiality and fairness in the CIXCOXATI ENQUIRER, a pnbllo spirited paper echoing the wishes of the people, advooating submission to the Laws, good Government, a id the Eights of tbe People to be heard upon all matters that pertain to the country's welfare Thi Tbickt Politicians, always realy to organise trouble, brU who never participate in danger, will be shown np in their trne characters. By subscribing for the Boquirer you will get a faithful lecord of events as they transpire, witbout Party Coloring and unbiased by Party feelings, as tbe true merit In a newspaper is its ability and will ngness to give the NEWS -A.S IT COMES, and not as it is prepared by party duuia gogues to mislead the people. Speoimen oopies free. Terms of Subscription, FOB TVEEKLY. Single copy, one year a $2 00 Five oopies ....$1 75 each.. 8 75 Ten .... 1 60 ..16 00 Twenty .... 1 60 " ..30 00 FOB DAILY. Without Sunday Issue. By mail, 1 year. $12 00 Six months .... 6 00 Three months.. 3 25 With Sunday Issue, By mail year. 4 00 Six months 7 00 Three months . . One month.... 3 50 1 60 Send One month.... 1 25 Most liberal terms to club agents, for specimen oopies and agents' outfit, Agents wanted at every post-office, Addiess all letters to FAR 4 IV & DlcLEAN, Publishers, aprl0,'77m3. Cincinnati Ohio, CUT THIS BUT It is Worth $5 OO. To every reader of this paper who sends us this certificate and $1 we will forward, for one year, "Thb Tbbascbk." a magnificent Il lustrated Monthly Journal and Hoasekeep er's Magssine and one copy of our new and elegant premium Chromo, entitled "ASKISG A BLESSING," a masterpiece of the Dusseldorf tchoel of genre painting, by Prof. Jordan,sixe 20xl5$. executed in the highest style or Art. Retail price of whioh is $5, and a oopy ofthe fol lowing beautiful poem desoriptiye of- the Chromo, in elegant illuminated oolora for framing; '.'-,; Ay; but wait, good wife, a minute; I have first a word to say; Do you know what day to-day is? Mother, 'tis our Wedding-day! Just as now, we sat at supper When the guests had gone away; Ton sat that side, I sat this side, Forty years ago to-day! Then what plans we laid together; What brave things I meant to dot Could we dream to-day would find ui At this table me and you. Better so, no doubt and yet I . Sometimes think I cannot tell Bad our boy ah, yes! I know dear; Yea, He doeth all things well. Well, we've had ourjoya and sorrows, Shared our smile as well as tears; And the best of all I've had your Faithful love for forty years! Poor we've been, but not forsaken; Grief we've known, but never shame Father for Tliy enMest mercies Mill we bless Thy Holy Same. r TpQ This Is a rare ohance for A VT Vi 1 X ij you to make money We wi 1 pay you large eaah commissions and give you exclusiye territory. Send us one dollar, avoid unnecessary correspondence, re ceive your Urritoy, and go towork at onoe. Upon reoeipt of which we will forward agent's outfit, Certificate ot Agency, &o. Bpeointen copies 10 cents, none free. Address The Treasure Publishing Co., efb27,'77t. 49 Cedar St., New YorkjCity A Great Reduction in Prices ot GUNS, RITOITERS, ki . Prices reduced from 20 to 30 percent Write for Illustrated Catalogue, with reduced price for J 877. Address, GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS, 91 Smithfield street, Pittsburgh, Pa. jan23,77m5. Wm. II. ROBIXSOX, MALIK II " PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, WHITE AND RED LEAD, French and American Zinejiineral and Mixed Paint, Turpentine, Varnihes,Sasli, Doors,te. No. 1223 Main street, prS0,'75T. Wheeling, West Va Notice to Teachers. fSTlHE Board of Examiners of Monroe county M. will hold meetings for the examination o) Teachers, follows: At Woodsfield, Saturday, June 2, 1877. Sardis, 30, Cameron, . 'July 14, " Woodsfield, August 11. These examinations will oommence at S o'olock a. m. and olose at 4 p. m. A fee of SO cents is required from eacti applicant as a condition of examination, and must be paid iu advance. By order of the Board, may 15.'77tcL 8: A. ATKINSON Clerk. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Eitule of John Berger, Deceased. THB nndrrsigned has been appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of John Berger, late of Monroe county ,deo'd. Dated this 2d day of June. A. D. 1877. jonel 9773. CATHARINE BERGER. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of John Luginbuhl, Deceased. THB nndersigned have be s appointed and qualified as Executors of tbe estate of John Lngiubuhl, late of Mooroe county ,deo'd D-itedjthis 12ih day of June, A. D. 1877. B. O. BL&TTLER. JUDel9,77.3. JOHN BIOLER. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Ettate oSavah Cofoin, Deceami. TTO undersigned has been appointed' ano qualified as Administrator of the estate of BaraU Colvin. late of Monro county, deo'd. Dated this 9ih day of Jnne, A. D. 1877. Janel9.'77w3. TE03. M. ORIUK. MLLINERr. CASH NIHIMIH STORE. One door north of the Post Offioe, WOOD8FIELD, OHIO MRS- JST: J. OLAK2; HAS OPBNED A Cash Millinery Store In this plaoe,and will furnish goods as cheap as any other establishment in town: Qoodi shown without oharge, Orders Promptly Attended to. All kinds of troods usnallv fonml in m Milli. nery and Trimming Store, such as Hats, Bon- uevs, duki, velvets, KiDDons, iaees, fimbroid eries, Oleves, Hose, Buttons, Corsets, Neok ries, Notts and Veil Stuff, kept constantly on hand PRICES REASONABLE. Making Over, Pressing and Bleace iko done in the best manner. Ladies are requested to call and examine my siock, maySO.OT, Nl'RlXG AND SUMMER MILLINERY GOODS. I have just received a nice stock of Hals, Bonnets, Collars, Ladies' JVecktles, Ribbons, Flowers, and other articles connect ed with a Millinery Establishment. Rati nd Bonnets Trimmed in the Latest . Styles. Straw Goods bleaohed and made up. I am determined to sell oheaper than any othei establishment in Woodsfield, or in the coun ty- Plaoe of business west of the Court House Call and examine my stock. may20,'73. MARY A. GUTHBRIB. PLANING MILLS. WILLIAM DALLEY, Pais. R. T. RICHARDSON, Sao, SAUDIS WMMI1G COMPANY Sardis, Monroe Co., Ohio. Manufacturers and Dealen is all,kinda of Manufactured Lumkr. Doors. BLIiVDS, Sash, Furniture. 5SC. aea. 3sO. Special attention paid to filling orders For Building Lumber, Foa School Houses, Dwellings, &o. IS Orders Solicited, -& mayl9,'74T. F. Dietrick, C. E. Miller, President. Secretary. M. Mehl, Ftreman. CXiAJRIJSrCrXOJJT PLANING MILLS AND FURNITURE COMPANY, DliLial IB Lumber, Lath and Shingles, maorACTCBEUB or FI o or I ii g. weat li e r-bo a rl hi g, Frames, Doors, Sash, Shutters, Brackets,Molflinrs, Palings, Boxes, and all kinds ot Furniture. Will takeContracts Tor all Kinds O F' B U I L 1) I N (18, Builders' and uneelianics' Hardware, Coffin Trimmings, Window Glass of all sixes, Nails of all kinds and sixes, Paints.Oils. Varnishes. Turpentine.WhlteLead and Putty, kept constantly on hand and for sale at BS A80B1BLI PBICIS, COFFINS MADE TO ORDER. Furniture Room on Ferry ' street, Clarington. Ohio. march2,'75in9. FURNITURE. FINE PARLOR SUITS. Fine Chamber Suits. Improved Rustic Window Shades. KOFFMAW& BED SPRING, The best in use. SPRING- MATRESSES. The latest etvlea and best quality of S'TJB HITUHE of all kinds. PRICES LOWER THAN ETER. CHAIRS $'1 50; other things In propor tion. Buy your goods of us and we will save you money. Call and gt our prices. G W. SHEP1TARD, West Matn street, June5,'77iu6. BarnesTilie, Ohio. NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT. Estate of Jacob Suter, Deceased. TEE undersigned has been appelated and qualified as Administrator of the estate ef Jaoob Suter, late of Monroe oounty, deo'd. Dated this 4th day of Hay, A. D. 1877. Ji19,'77w3. JOEN TISttKR, JR. IIOTELS. UNION HOTEL, GraysTlIle, Monroe County, Ohio. J. W. DEVOKC, Proprietor. THIS Hotel has just been opened and the proprietor is prepared to entertain the traveling ptiblio in a satisfactory manner. The table n-ill be well eupplied. Stabling good, and the best of care will be taken of horses. mchUJ,'77m3. WEBER HOUSE, Lcwisville, Monroe Co., Ohio. GEORGE WEBER, Proprietor. THIS house has been reopened, and the Pro prietor ia better prepared than ever be fore to entertain the traveling pnblic. The table will be well supplied, Stabling good, and the best of care will be taken of her' is. aprl8,'76T. ST. JAMES HOTEL, WHEELING. W. VA. Best First Class Hotel in the City. AN OMNIBUS connects with tbe Street Cars at tbe east end of the Suspension Bridge and at the B. & O. K. R. DeDot. oar. rying guests to the St. James and baok. Special Attention Given to Commercial Trawlers J. J. ROBERTS, Sup'i. Reillt, Hobbs & Smdlebadqh, Proprietors. nov28,76T. THE UNION HOUSE. (South end of Public Square,) WOODSFIELD, OHIO. smour DORR, : : : s Proprietor. rpHIShonse has been thoroughly repaired JL recently, and the Proprietor Informs the trareling pnblio 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, june23,'74T, SATIOJfAL HOTEL, lAIIT STREET, BARNESVILLE, OHIO. R. E. Frasler, : t : t : Proprietor. This it the Best Hotel in BarnesvUle. GUESTS will find the best accommodation at this Hotel, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. Haoks leave the Hotel ever morning fo Woodsfield. Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times, July 1,1873 i MERCHANT TAILORS. i 1877. 1(377. SPRING fc SUMMER! CHARLES LAUENSTEIK, HEBCHAKT TAILOR, AID DBALSB Gentlemen'sFurnishingGoods. On East tide of Public Square. Two doors North of J udkins' Drug Store, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. TTTOULD respectfully inform the oitiseni M of Woodstteld.and the pnbllo generally; that he does a Orst class Tailoring Business, and will keep on hand a carefully selected stock of j - Jlotlis, Caslmere & Test I a. And is prepared to make clothing in the latest styles. Also, will out out suits for persons ho desire to have them made elsewhere, may 20,1873. CHARLES LAUKNSTHN. BLACKSMITH. Wagon Making and Blacksmithing, M. Si, C LETZELTER, WOODSFlh L Dt OHIO. WS have opened a Wagon Making and Blacksmith Shop in the Foundry Building on the east side of town, where we are prepared io manufacture Farm and Spring "Wagons Of the latest and best styles. Also, will re pair wagons and carriages on short notice. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Wheels and wood-work tor wagons Ironed and iron for wagons and carriages furnished at market rates. We are Agents for the Oliver Chilled Iron Plows, Every one warranted, Special attention will be given to shoeing horses. Give ns a call. may23,'76i. H & C. LETZBLTEB. $777 Is not easily earned in these times bat it can be made in three months by any one of either sex, in any part of the country, who is willing to work steadily at the employment we furnish. $8- per week in your own town. Yon need not be away from borne over night. ' Ton 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 onoe H. Hiunr & Co., Portland, Uaine. apr24,'77T, Friend 1063 Main Street, WHEELING, West Va. WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALE&3 I Parlor, Chamber aiiri Dining-Room FURNITURE, from tbe Plainest and Cheapest to tho moot Fashionable and Ele gant. Also, a Choice Assortment of TABLES, WARDROBES, DRESSING USES, ITMIRES, ,' , SIDEBtoEBS, Library and Book Cases, . Hat Trees and Whatnots. o Also, a Complete Line of TETE-A-TETES. SOUS, 10USGES, R0CK1XG, EMHSD PARLOB tllllllS, In the greatest variety of Styles and Prices. G Also, a large and well selected stock ef CAUPET OIL CLOTHS, iilIGS, DRUGGETS, MATTS, WINDOW SHADES, &C.,' at the LOWEST MARKET KATES. Speoial attention given to UNDEHTAKINO. All of the litest styles of FULL AND HALF GLASS METALIC (MSKBT3, CASES AND WOOD COFFIN j, constantly cn hand. Or ders by Telegraph or mail shall reoeive prompt nov28,76T. New Dry B oods! NEW CLOTHING TOR MEN. New Clothing tor 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 olid Fancy Goods: Large Stock Wall Papers and Borderings, , Large Stock San Umbrellas and ' Parasols The best selected stook ever brought to this market, and at the most attractive prices Stock POLL and COMPLETE in all departments. ONE PRICE ONLY and TERMS CdSH. Cotte and see as. . . MORRIS' & ARMSTRONG. apr24,77. G. W. FRANZHEI Jl, WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA, . KEEPS constantly on hand and for sale at the most reasonable rales, a large and well selected stook ef : . Brandies, Whiskies, Gins, &c. Unadulterated Sherry, Port, Madeira and Rhine Wines, Sparkling Catawba and Imported Champaignes. Irish and Scotch Whisky. Jamaica Rom, &c, &o. Excelled by none in the market for their parity and medicinal qualities. Pure Catawba Wines a Specialty. G. W. FItANZIIEIM, nov38,'76m6. 1133 Market Street, E. F. ' SUCCESSOR TO E. L. PRATT, ' : ' . PAINTS, OILS, TARNISHES, DRY AND MIXED PAINTS ALL COLORS, SASH, DOOBSi &c, ; 'Window, Colored, Enameled and Plate Glass. No. 1211 Main Streit, : : : :: : ' : : J : Wheeling, West Va Glazed Sash always on hand. OBDEBS BY MAIL PROMPTLY LIVERY. BTJRKIIEAD & CO., - Livery and Sale Stable, North of the Court House, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Funerals and Parties attended at reasonable rates. Particular Attention will be Paid to Boarding Horses, PRICES WILL BR REASONABLE, and they solioit the patronage of their friends and the pnblio generally. may30,73. Wool ; Carding "and Spinning. At Maury's Mills on Sunflsh Creek. fpHB nndersigned, Fred Maury and John J Graham, having added additional ma chinery to their Carding establishment, on SunBau Creek, 4 miles from Clarington, are prepared to do - Carding and Spinning; In the Best Manner. Wool will be received and delivered at the following places, without additional charge; Woodsfield, at J. Reinherr's. Miltonsburg, at the store of Samuel Gronx. Jerusalem, at the store of Gatchell & Moore Beallsville, at the store of W. H. Hutoh inson & Co. - f Cameron, at the stores of George Snppes and C. Pontius. ' ' ; The Superintendent, John Graham, has had a nnmber of years experience in the busi. ness, and all work at this establishment will be warranted done.iu a flr.-t olass manner. (3S"Eaoh person oan receive their own wool. MAURY & GRAHAM, Clarington, Monroe Co., Ohio. may8,'77m3. . NOTICE. ('. ON the 5th day of July, 1877, the Probate Court of Monroa county declared the estate of John Tipton, deceased, to be prob ably insolvent. ' Creditors are therefore re quired to present their olaime again st the estate to the undersigned, for allowance, within six months from the time above men tioned, or they will not be entitled to payi ment: L. L. TIPTON, Adm'r of John Tipton, deo'd. lvl0,'77w3v j Son, attention. F1UEND & SON. : : ,:. .. . HAY. ATTENDED TO nov28,'76m6. KaiBK Stibtok ......J. R. Datssport. STANTON & DAVENPORT, : (Successors to Stanton Bros.) ' ' mnmm hiiiei Novels, Blank Books, all styles Writing Pa- per and Envelopes, Plain and Figured, Books by the different celebrated an- . thora, Toy Books, Ink Stands,; Pens and Pen Holdera,Diaries, Pock ' et Books.Base Balls.Upera Glasses,Pen Knives. No. 44 Twelfth streets, ' ' ... Wheeling, IF. Va. oot5,'75T. .' CARROLL & B R O ., MARBLE W0RKLRS, 6, 8 & 10 Sixteenth street, Wheeling, W, Va, Monuments, Tombs & Tablets, American and Scotch Granite Mon- . uments. . Also, have made arrangements with a firm in : Scotland to furnish Monuments of Scotob j Granite. ; aprfO,'75T; A Certain Headache Cure. ! A hartn'ess vegetable preparation, and the dis overy of a physioian, tbe Viotr Head. a he Powder has been proven a positively Fura onre.for the most distressing easa of Sick or Nervous Headache, Morning Sickness and N nra gia,a single powder actua ly cur ing in ten minutes when all other means fail. We bate had a wonderful experience with it, and the ten cent trial pack can be had by address Bg the proprietors, .J R. Hsis let & Co., SalbiT, N. J., who will oheerfully mail them postpaid, and of Druggists every, where, and it is with well1 merited confidence they are offered as a thorough core for all distresses of the lead. J. T. JTJDKIN3, Agent, Wood sfield Montee County, Ohio. Jan 1 i,77r. E. N. FKKSHMAN & BROS., Advertising Agents,- v 1 86 W. Fourth St , ClNVlNNA TI. O , Are authorised to contract for adrertising ' ; in thia paper, estimates furnl!ird free. Send for a Ciroola ; House Joint Resolution ; Relative to an Amendment o f Articles Four and Eleven ef the Constitution Reorganizing the ; Judiciary of the Stuleof Ohio ; He it malned by the General Assembly of the State ot VMo, (three-fifths of all the members elected to each house concurring therein.) Tbat a proposition to amend the Constitution of the State of Ohio, be submitted to the electors of the ttat. on the second Tuesday of October, A D. iS77. as follows, to wit That sections one, three, fite, six, eiglit.twrlve, fourteen, fifteen, iixUen and eighteen, of artiole four, be amended so as to read as follows, and section seven, of article four, and seo- ti -ns twelve and thirteen of artiole eleven be repealed. ARTICLE" IV Sec. l.The Judicial 'power of the State shall be vested in a Supreme Court, in Dis trict Courts, Courts of Common Pleas, Justi ces of the Peace and rnch other courts infe. rior to the Supreme Court, in one or morn counties, as the General Assembly may from time to time establish. The Superior Court of Cincinnati and Montgomeiy connties.shall conMnue until otherwise provided bylaw,' Sec, 3, The court of Common Pleas shall be bold en by one Judge, wbe shall be elected by the voters of the District, and said Court shall be open at all times for the transaction of business. 8uodays and holidays excepted Each county now existing or hereafter form ed, rfhaH constitute a separate Common Pl. as District, and ach District shall be known by ti e name of the county comprising the Dis. triot. Sec 5.' Each District Court shall consist of one Judge, : who shall be eleoted by the voters of the district. There shall be eleoted one or more Jndges in each distriot, and there shall be held annually not less thai three sessions in each county In the State The Legislature shall divide the State into Distiict Coukt districts, not exceeding twenty in nomber.ana snail assign to each Common Pleas and Distriot Conrt aistriotfl, the number of Judges required to dispose of the buBlness therein. - Each district shall be composed of compact territoit, bounded bv oonnty limes, and as nearly equal in population as praoti. cable. ' A concurrence of three-fifths' only of all the members elected to both Houses.shall be required for the first apportionment, or to determine the number of Judges required in eaoh Distriot Uourt ana common Pleas dis triot, uBder this amendment, but no ohange shall thereafter be . made without the con currence of two-thirds of all. the members elected to both Houses,- ' : Sections twelve and thirteen of artiole eleven are hereby repealed: the repeal te take effect when the Legislature makes the apportionment mentioned In this seotiou. Sec 6. The Distiict Conrt shall have like original jurisdiction with tbe Supreme Conrt, and such appellate or other juridiotiou as may be provided by law. Sac. 8. The General Assembly may provide by law for a Judge pro teiepore, to hold any Court when the Judge thereof is disqualified by sickness or otherwise to hold said court. ' SBC.il The Judges pf the districts and of the Courts of Common Pleas, shall, while in office, reside in the distriot in whioh they are elected, and their term' of offioe shall be five years; but the Legislature may provide by law mat any- judge or the Common Pleas Conrt ' shall hold that ' conrt in any other Common Pleas district: and that anv Jndge of the District Court shall hold that court in any other district for that court than the one in wh'ch he lesides; and Judges ef tne common neas may temporarily ex ol ange districts' with each othei; and two or more Common Pleas Conrs may be held at the same time in the same district, and two or more District Courts may be held at the same time in a distriot of that oourt. Sao. 14. The Judges of the Supreme Court, the Distriot Courts, and of the Court of Com mon Pleas shall, at stated times, reoeive for their services such compensation as mav be provided by law, which shall not be increased or diminished daring their term of offioe, bat they shall receive no fees or perquisites, nor hold any other office of trust or profit under the authority of any State, or of .the United States. All votes for either of them for any elective office, except a judicial office, under the authority of this State given by the ueuerai Asaemoiy, or me people, snail be void.' Sec. 15. The General Assembly may increase or diminiuh the number of the Judges of the Supreme Court, tbe number of the districts, of tneuiBtrict iourts, toe number of Jadgesin any Common Pleas or District Court distriot, change any District Court district, establish other courts, abolish the Probate Court in any county, or any other Court established by law, whenever two-thirds of the members elected to each House shall concur therein; but no each change shall vacate the office of any Judge. The Court of Common Pleas Diovidod for In this amendment shall be the successor of the present rrobate Uourt and Courts of Common Pleas in each county. The District Courts herein provided for, shall be the successors of the present District Courts; and all the books, records, papers and business, in or appertaining to said Courts, shall be transferred to their suc cessors under this amendment; the existing Probate Court is hereby abolished in each oounty at the close of the term for whioh the Judge thereof was elected, first occurring after the" election of Common Pleas Judges under this amendment, and the Clerks in the Courts of Common Pleas and District Courts, shall b the clerks in the courts herein provided until their successors are elected and qualified; but the Supreme Court shall appoint its own re porter. - - , -. 8 EC. 16. There shall be elected in each county by the electors thereof, one Clerk of the Court ol Common Pleas, who shall hold his offioe for the term of three years, and until his successor shall be eleoted and qualified. He shall, by virtue of his office, be clerk of all other courts of record held therein, but the General Assem bly may provide, by law, for the election ef a clerk with a like term of office, for eaoh or any other of the courts of record, or for the ap pointment by the Supreme Court of a clerk for that court. ' Sec. 18. The several Judges of the Supreme Court, of the Distriot and 'Jommon Pleas, and of such other courts as may . be created eball respectively have and exercise such powers and jurisdiction at chambers, or otherwise, as may be directed by law. Tbe term of office of all Judges of Common Pleas and District Courts provided for in this amendment, shall commence on the first Mon day in January next after the making of the apportionment provided for in section five of ar ticle fourand the term of office of all Judges of the Courts of Common Pleas, in offioe, who were not elected, as Judges under this amend ment, shall ! hen expire. ' ' . - No change shall , be made" by this amend ment in the Supreme Court, or in the office or term of any J udge thereof. ; The first election of Judges of, Common 'Pleas and Distriot Courts under this amendment, shall be held at the general election for election of State offi cers next after the makinir of said BDuortion- ment for Distriot Court districts by the Legis lature, out nouiing in tins amendment shall be construed to ohange or alter the Constitu tion or laws until said apportionment. Sec- tion seven of Article four . is hereby - repealed and section twenty-two shall be numbered sec tion seven. 1 -FORM OF BALLOTT.i -At said election, the voters desiring to vote in favor of the adoption pf this amendment, shall havo placed upon their ballots the words, "Judioial Constitutional ' Amendment Yes;" the voters who do not favor the adoption of said amendment, shall have placed upon their ballots the words, "Judicial Constitutional Amendment No." - ; 'k . Adopted April 6, 1877. O.J. HODGE, Speaker pro tern. House of Representatives. 1 . .. a. w. I-UK 113, President of the 8ente. THE 8TATS OF OHIO, Orriea or thi SscaaTAai ov Stats. j I, Milton Barnes, Secretary of State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore going is a true copy of an act therein named, passed bv the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, on the 6th day of April, A. tJ. 1877, ta ken from tbe original roils on file in' this office. In- Witness Whereof, 1 have hereunto subsori' bed my name, and affixed the Seal of BKAtJ this Office at Oolnmbur the 8th day of Apm, a. u. ion. MILTON BARNES, Secretary ef Stair, Arril 10, 1877-27. . .. r i - . : t -- 4 PILES THE ONLY KNT0WN StfRE' - - A, CURE. '-'.- - v ..t . ' .-'V . ' M i ' - ) i-..;' - - - DR. CHANDLER'S " .' v . ?.. . -. . : ... - A; rhousfldtts of Cassj ? S"V1t IIFFECTUALLI1 'j?-.xH3:r.f, BY TUTS WONDERFatl. m - ' ' if . - t '.' . . i l . 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