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THE SPIRIT OF. DEMOCRACY.
Tuesday, AaguntSS, 187?. ctxc nml Nonsense. -Why sre mountain like invalids ? Beciaso thor look peakish. ' Why art umbrella Hit pancake ? Becaoso they are seldom ee i n after Lent. "Can be. ought to be, and will be exe-cuted."-JoUu Sherman on fieiamplion Act. Good judges etlmate the wheat crop of Ohio this year at thirty tuilliou bush el. The farmers of North Carolina say there is more wheat this year than for forty years. Wiiy U a man who doesn't temper like a schoolmaster? lose bis Because he keep cool (keeps school ) Why can not two slender persons ev er become great friends ? Because they will always be slight acquaintances. The differenca between a tailor and an adalttrator of tea is, that .one is a toiler of the sea, and the other a soiler of the tea. A. II. Stephens conducted a case in a Georgia County Court the other day for an aged negro an old friend of bis boybood. ' - - j Dio Lewis is camping out in Califor nia, building np with pie and sponge cake the constitution be shattered with Oatmeal and beans. Why is a drunkard hesitating to sign the pledge like a skeptical Hindoo? Be- cause ne aouou wnemer 10 give up me worship of Jug or nut. - Instead of eighty thousand tons of wheat, calculated upon by California, ah will now raise over two hundred and fifty thousand tons this year. ."It is not loud praying," nays an Ar kansas circuit rider, "which counts with the Lord, so much as giving four full quarts to the gallon." That Utica child who swallowed a shawl pin last spring is now all lieUt, . and is hungering for a bunch of hair ' pins and a tooA-brush. . An eminent French physician says the ' apple is an admirable; prophylactic and tonic." ": It raiaed thunder, thongh, with the first man. and woman who tried it. Boston Post. If yoa zo on an excursion and the eats are all taken, stand np an long as yon can and then cry out, "Man over board !" Every woman will rush for , the tail. Free Prest ' A young man from the West, visiting Boston, eareleedy remarked that be .didn't admire Emerson. He was Imme- diately arrested and fined 85 for pro fanity. St Louis Time: man's soul was to pass through the bodies of different animals, at the end of three thousand years to return and t inhabit the human form..' In 1666 the Buccaneers began their depredation on the Spanish colonies.--California was discovered by Cortex in 1537. The first settlement made by the English, was at Jamestown in 1607. "Madame." said a certain nameless one to Mrs. Brown, the other day, you are talking simple rubbish." "Yes, sir," replied the ever-crushing lady, "because I wish you to comprehend me." - "He is a man after my own heart, pa," said J una, reverting to Charles Angus tns. "Nonsense!" replied old practical "He is a man alter the money your un deleft you." And. then-all was quiet. -Felix McCarty of the Kerry militia was generally late on parade. "Ah, Felix," said the Sergeant, "you are al ways late." ' Be aisy, Sergeant Sulli van, ' was the reply, "6ure -some one must be last" ; William the Conqueror was a son of the famous Duke Bollo. He introduced the custom of ringing the curfew bell in the evening, as a signal that the lamps should be extinguished. His death took place in 108.7. . Elephants, in some instances, have 'been sept in captivity upward of one hundred and thirty years. The longer rty of none fclrd is great; swans live to the age of one hundred years ; the eagle has survived a century. TWraoSt llSraletf "bridge in Ihe wor?d is the Verrugas viaduct, ,on . the Lima and Oroya railway, in the Amies bt Fern. -It is 12,000 feet above the level or me sea, two ieet long, ana tormea oi .-three iron truss spans of iron piers.; . Take away your Spat tan boy and his . fox. The lad who puts a lighted' cigar in bis pocket when he meets bis father, and tells what the Sunday School teach. er said while the cigir is burning bim, is infinitely more worthy of admiration. "' X Scotch witness, somewhat given to prevarication, wa9 severely handled by across-examining counsel "How far is it between the two farms?" said the ' counsel. "By the road it's twa mile." , rTes; but, on your oath, how far is . it ' as the crow flies ?' "I dinna ken; 1 never wae erow." Josepb Montgolfier invented the bal loon. The first one constructed by him had a capacity of about forty-five cu- ,bic feet; burning some paper - under it, it quickly rose to a height of seventy lire feet, remaining in its position until cooled by the air. lie afterward repea ted his experiment before the Royal Aeadomv of Sciences, in Paris. "If 'you are stung by a wasp while picnicking," says a floating item, "spply the end of a cigar which has been chewed for a few . moments to the wound." . Young ladies should remem bcr this, and always chew the end of a cigar a few moments and place the ?weed" in their pockets before starting en a picnic. The chewing process will make them so sick that they will not want to go to the picnic, and thus they will escape being stung by a wasp. A-genJeraan bad been bothered so constantly with tramps and their entreat ies for something to eat (bathe instruct- d .the cook to tell them she had notb log The other day one of them drop ped in and made the usual plea . and in niry. The cook responded promptly, "We have nothing at all." ' The tramp then courteously asked, "Have, you an old basket you could let .me. have?" The girl replied, "No T What do you want with- a- bosket ?'' Tranap "Oh, I thought I wobM ru over to- the poor house and get you some coiif victuals." The award of SOO.eOO to the era plViyes of the Hew York Centra? rail road Ins promoted loyalty and common sense all along the line O.ie engineer ears: ' When there is talk of a strike Ft comes first fronv those who have little to lose the floating workers, who haven't laid up a cent, and who have no one dependent upon them. There was one man fr twenty in this last strike - that wanted to do it ! A few hot-headed men ran the whole thin, and the rest wnr, Int't it for fear thfy w.u!J b sneer-fdM!' OUR COUNTRY! WHAT WHjIj BECOME OF IT? Is a question nsw agUatiog th public mind. Tli grave issues before Congress; the final tettlement of the late Presidential election ; the incoming Congress, the new President; the policy of the next Administration; and future welfare of the country and people are matters of great interest to eaoh and everv individual. Saoh a crista has not been pre sented aicoe the Declaration of Independ ence. . A TatmrvL Hibtokt of events, and doings of Congress wtll be giren with impartiality and fairness In the CIXCIKffATI EXQUIRER, a pnblio spirited paper echoing the withes of the people, adrooating submission to the Laws, good Government, a id the Rights of the People to be heard upon all matters that pertain to the country's welfare- Ths Tbickt Politicurs, always reaiy to organise trouble, bnt who never participate In danger, will be shown np in their true oharaoters. By subscribing for the Enquirer you will get a faithful leoord of events as they transpire, without Part? Coloring and unbiased by Party feelings, as the 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 dema gogues to mislead the people. Specimen copies free. v Terms of Subscription, FOB WEEKLY. Single copy, one year......... $t 00 Fiveoopies " ....$1 75 eaoh.. 8 75 Ten .... 1 60 ..16 00 Twenty .... X 60 - ..SO 00 FOR DAILT. Without Sunday Issue With Sunday Issne, By mail 1 year. 14 00 iix months.... 7 00 Three months.. 3 SO One month.... 1 SO Bymail,lysar.12 00 Six month 6 00 Three months.. 3 25, One month.... I 5 Most liberal terms to olnb agents, Send for speoimen oopies and agents' outfit, ' Agents wanted at every post-offioe, Address all letters to FARAN St MCLEAN, Publisher, apr!0,77m3. Cinoinnati Ohio, CUT THIS OUT It Is Worth 95 OO. To erery reader of this paper who sends us this certificate and $1 we wilt forward, for one year, "Tat Tbbasubb." a magnificent Il lustrated Monthly Journal and Honsekeep er's liagasine. and one copy of our new and elegant premium Chromo, entitled "ASHING A BLESSING," a masterpiece of the Passeldorf Eohool of genre painting, by Prof. Jordan.siie 201x15, executed in the highest style of Art. Retail price of which is $5, and a copy of the fol lowing beautiful poem descriptive of the Chromo, in elegant' Illuminated oolors . for framing: Ay: but wait, good wife, a minute; I hay first a word to Bay; Do yon know what day to-day lsf Mother, 'tis oar Wedding dayl Jnst as now, we tat at sapper When tbe guests had gone away; Ton sat that side, I sat this side, Forty years ago to-day! ' Then what plans we laid together; What brare things I meant to dot Conld we dream to-day would find ni 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, " . Yes. He doeth all things well. . Well, wVre bad oar Joys and sorrows, Shared oar smile as well as tears; And the best of all Pre had your Faithful lore for forty years! Poor we've been, but not forsaken; Grief we're known, but never shame Hither for Thy endless mercies . Still vie bless Thy Holy Hams. AGENTS This is a rare ohanoe for Ton to make monev We wi 1 nav von lartre cash commissions and give yon exolnsiye territory. 8end us one dollar, avoid unnecessary correspondence, re ceive yonr territory, and go towork at onoe. Upon receipt of which we will forward agent's outfit. Certificate ot Agency, &o. Speoimen copies 10 cents, none free. Address . The Treasure Publishing Co., efbaTTr. 49 Cedar St., New YorkjCity A Great Redaction in Prices ot GUNS; UEY01YERS, &C. Prices reduced from j20 to B0 per cent. Write for Illustrated Catalogue, with reduced prices for KIT. "Address GREAT WESTERN GTJN WORKS, 91 Smithfield street, Pittsburgh, Pa. ian231'77m5. ' Wm. II. BOBIXSO Pr NTS," OILS," GLASS, WHITE AND RED LEAD, French and American Zine,Uineral and Mixed Paints, Turpentine, Varnishes,Sash, Doors,&c No. 1223 Main street, prS0,'75i. Wheeling, West Va. Notice to Teachers. " rprtHE Board of Examiners of Monroe county M. will hold meetingsfor the examination of reaohers.as follows: - At Woodsfleld, Saturday, June 2, 1877. Sardis, " "30, CameronV ; ' . - 'Mi July 14, 1 Woodsfleld, . August 11. These examinations will commence at 9 o'clock a. m. and olose at 4 P- m. A fee of 50 cents is required from each applioant as a condition of examination, and must be paid iu advance. By order of the Board. nwyW.Ttd." A. ATKINSON Clerk. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estateof John Berger, Deceased. THE undesigned has Been appointed and qualified as Administratrix of the estate of John Berger, late of Monroe county ,deo'a. Dated this 2d day or Jcne. A. D. 1877. juiielfl.wSi CATUARINB BBRQER NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. .Estate of JoknXuginbuhl, Deceased. THE undersigned have bnen appointed and ' qualified as Bxecntors of the estate of John Lugiubuhl, late of Houroe eounty.deo'd. Dated this 12th day of June, A. D. 1877. B. O. BbATTLKR. junel9,'77.$. JOHN BIOLKE. NOTICB OF APPOINTJIENT. Estate of Sarah Colvin, Deceased. !PHB audersigned has .been appointed and I qualified as Administrator of the estate ot barah Colvin. late of Monroe county, deo'd. . Dated this tb day of Jane, A. D. 187.. Jfl'J.'77irJ. THUS, u.GRmu. MLLINKRY. CASn II HIIIER, STORE. One door north of the Post Office, ttOODSFIELD, OHIO MRS- IST:" glare: as OPBSSD k Cash Millinery Store In this plaoe.aud will furnish goods as oheap as any other establishment in town, Goods shown without eharge, Orders Promptly Attended to. All kinds of goods usually found in a Hilli. nery and Trimmiug Store, such as Hats, Bon nets. Silks, Velvets, Ribbons, Laees, Embroid eries, Oloves, Hose, Buttons, Corsets, Neck rles, Notts and Veil 8tut kept constantly on hand. PfllCES REASONABLE. Making Over, Pressino and Blxach- ino done in the best manner. Ladies aro requested to call and examine my stock, may 307 (St, si-nixa and 8 r. timer MILLINERY GOODS. I hare just received a nice stook of Uati, Bonuefi, Collars, Ladies' Neckties, Ribbons, Flowers, and other artloles connect ed with a Millinery Establishment. Eats and Bonnets Trimmed in the Latest Styles. Straw Goods bleached and made np. I am determined to sell oheaper than any other establishment in Woodsfleld, or in the conn ty. Place of business west of the Conrt Honse Call and examine my stock. may20,'73. MARY A. GUTHBRIB. PLANINU MILLS. WILLIAM DALLBY, Pais. &. T. RICHARDSON, Sao. SAUDIS mnn Sardis, Monroe Co., Ohio. Manufacturers and Dealeu in allakinis of Manufactured Lumber. Doors. B L I N D S, Sash, Furniture. oca. 5cO. Special attention, paid to filling orders for .. . . Building Lumber, Fob School Housis, Dwilukob, &o. t& Orders Solicited, -Wi mayl9,'74i. . DlITRICK, C. E. HlLLIB, President. , . Secretary. M. MiHL, Foreman. CXucVRINO-ToilSr PLANING MILLS AND- FURNITURE COMPANY, DI1UU is Lumber, Lath and Shingles, ; . h t .... VIHUFACTDBSUS OP Flo or in .weather-boarding, Frames, Doors, Sasli, Shutters, Bracket8,Mollings, Palings, -. Boxes and all kinds ot ' , ; , Farnituve. Will take Contracts for all Kinds . O F. B U I L D I N (3 S , 1 Builders' and iWecIianios' Hardware, Coffin Trimmings, Window Glass of all sixes. Nails of ail kinds' and slies, Painls.Oils. Varnishes. , . Tnrpentine.WhiteLead and Pntty, kept constantly on hand and for sale at RIASOBABLI . . ." ' PBICES, ' COFFINS MADE TO 'ORDER. Furniture Room on Ferry Btreet, Clarlngton. Ohio. ;. march2,'75m9. FURNITURE. FINK PARLOR SUITS. Fine Chamber Suits. Improved Rustic Window Shades. KOFFJIAN'S BED Sl'RING, The best in nse. SPBINa MATBESSES. The late3t stvles and best quality of PUB-' XUTU&E of all kinds. PRICES LOWER. TII.4X EVER. CIIAIRS $2 50 other things in propor tion. Buy yonr goods of us and we will save you money. Call and got our prices. Q' W. SHEPHARD,. Wast Main street, juneS,'7rUi6. Barnesvil e, Ohio. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT, Estate of Jacob Suter, Deceased. THS undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Jacob Suter, late of Monroe county, deo'd. Dated thia4th day of Mar, Al. 1877. jnsel,-77wi. TlllKR, JR. . HOTELS. UN 10 HOTEL, Gravsvllle, Monroe Couuty, Ohio. J. W. DEVOBE, Proprietor. THIS Hotel has just boen opennd and the proprietor is prepared to entertain the traveling public in a satisfactory manner. The table will be well supplied. SUbling good, and the beet of eare will be taken of horses. mohl3,7(m3. WEBER HOUSE, Lewisville, Monroe Co., Ohio. GEORGE WEBER Proprietor. THIS house has been reopened, and the Pro prietor is better prepared than erer be fore to entertain the traveling public. The table Will be well supplied. Stabling good, and the best of eare will be taken of nor js. aprl8,'76T, ST. JAMES WHEELING. HOTEL, W. VA. Best First Class Hotel in the City. AW OMNIBUS oonnects with tbe Street Cars at tbe east end of the Suspension Bridge ana at me . a u. k, &. uepot, car rying guests to the St. James and back. tspuial Attention Given to Commercial Travelers J. J. ROBERTS, Scr'T. Rhilit, Hobbs & Bmclkbacgh, Proprietors. hov28,'76t. THE UNION HOUSE. South end of Public Square,") WOODSFIELD. OHIO. SIMON DOUR, : Proprietor THIS honse has been thoroughly repaired recently, and the Proprietor Informs the traveling 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 clean and oomfortable; stabling in good order, and the traveler is assured that his horses will receive good oare. Traveling Agents will be furnish ed with sample rooms, jnne23,'74T, NATIONAL HOTEL, MAIN STREET, ' BARN ESTILL E, OHIO. R. E. Frasler, : : s j : Proprietor. This it the Best Hotel in Barnesville, GUBSTS will find the best accommodation at this Hotel,, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. Haoks leave the Hotel every morning fo Woodsfleld. Carriages and driven furnished travelers at all times, , July 1,1873 t MERCHANT TAILORS. 1877. 1877. SPRING & SUMMER! CHARLES LAUEN STEIN, MERCHANT TAILOR, ai niatiK u Gentlemen'sFurnisbingGoods. On East side of Public Square. Two doors North of J ndkins'Drug Store. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. WOULD respectfully inform the oitisens of Woodsfleld.and the pnblio generally; that he does a first class Tailoring Business, and will keep on hand stock of a carefully selected Cloths, Caslmere & Testing, And Is prepared to make olothing in the latest styles. Also, will cnt out suits for persons ho desire to hare them made elsewhere, may 20,1873. CHAELES LAUKNSTKIN, BLACKSMITH. Wagon Making and Blacksmithing. M. & C. LETZELTER, 'WOODSFIELD, OHIO. WE have opened a Wagon Making and Blacksmith Shop in the Foundry Building on the east side of town, where we are prepared .0 manufacture Farm and Spring "Wagons Of the latest and beat 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,'76T. - M & C. LETZELTER. ' tSbHHH is not easily earned rn these times H I 1 f but it ean 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 emplcjmrat we furnish. $86 per week in yonr own town. You need not be away from home ever night. You can give your whole time to the work, or only yonr spare moments. It costs nothing to try the busi ness. Terms and $a Outfit free.' Address at oncii H Hallstt hCo., Portlawt, Main, pr21,'77r, Frieed 1063 Main Street, WHEELING, West Va. WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALERS Iff Parlor, Chamber and DiniiiRoom FURNITURE, from the Plainest and Cheapest to the most Fashionable and Ele gant. Also, a Choice Assortment of TABLES, WARDROBES, DRESSING CASES, BTilGERES, SIBEBO&BDS, Library and Book Cases, Hat Trees and Whatnots. Also, a Complete Line of TETE-A-TETES. SOUS. In the greatest variety o Also, a large and well CARPET OIL DRUGGETS, MATTS, WINDOW SHADES, 40., at the LOWEST MARKET RATES. Speolal attention given to UNDERTAKING. All of the latest styles of FULL AND HALF GLASS MBTALIC C tSKBTS, CASES AND ders by Telegraph or mail shall reoelve prompt novteV76T. Mew Dry Goods! NEW CLOTHING TOR MEN. New Clothing tor Boys. NEW SHOES FOR LADIES. - New Shots and Gaiters for Misses. New Hats for NeiT Notions and Fancy Goods Large Stook Wall Papers and Borderings, rirasols. ' The best seleoted stook ever brought to this market, and at the most attractive prices Stook FULL and COMPLETE in all departments. ONE PRICE ONLY and TERMS CASH Come and see ns. MORRIS & ARMSTRONG. apr24,7r. G. W. FRAKZHEIM, WHEELING WEST TIRGINIA, ' T7 BEP3 constantly en kaad aad for sale at XV (elected stock ef - Brandies, Whiskies, Gins, &c. Unadulterated Sherry, Port, Madeira and Rhine Wines, Sparkling Catawba and Imported Champaignes.. Irish and Scotch Whisky, Jamaica Rum, &3., &o. Excelled by none in the market for their purity ana Pure Catawba Wines a Specialty. . G. HT. FRAIfZITEIJI, nov2B,'76m6. 1133 Market Street, E. F. SUCCESSOR TO PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, DRY AND MIXED PAINTS ALL" 00L03S, S A S H, DO OR S, &c, V "Window, Colored, Enameled and Plate Glass. ; No. 1211 Main Steiit, OEDEBS BY MAIL FBOMFTLY LIVERY. BURKHEAD & CO., Livery and Sale Stable, Korth of the Conrt Honse, . WOODSFIELD, OHIO. Funerals and Parties attended at reasonable rates. Particular Attention Will be Paid to Boarding Horses, PRICES WILL BE REASONABLE, and they solicit the patronage of their friends and the pnblio generally. may30,'?3. Wool Carding and Spinning. At Maury's Mills on Sunfish Creek. PHB undersigned, Fred Maury and John X Graham, having added additional ma chinery to their Carding establishment, on Sunfish Creek, 4 miles from Clarington, are prepared to do Cardlncand Spinning Inlbe Besi Manner. Wool will be received and delivered at the following places, without additional charge; Woodsfleld, at J. Beinherr's. Miltonsburg, at the store or Samuel Groux Jerusalem.at the store of Gatchell & Moore Beallsville, at the store of W. H. Hutch inson & Co. Cameron, at the stores of George Suppes and C. Pontius. The Superintendent, John Graham, has had a number of years experience in the busi. uess, aod all work at this establishment will be warranted done iu a fir-t class manner. (SpKach person ean receive their own wool. MAURY & GRAHAM, Clarington, Monroe Co., Ohio. may8,'77in3. NOTICE. ON the 5th day of July, I&77, the Probate Conrt of Monror oonnty declared the estate of John Tipton, deoeased, to- be prob ably insolvent. Creditors are therefore re quired to present their claims against the estate to the undersigned, for allowance, within six months from the time above men tioned, or they will not be entitled to pay mentr L. L. TIPTON, Adm'r of Johu Tipton, dee'd. jB'virv7?3. . 00, of Styles and Prices. delected stook of CLOTHS, RUGS, WOOD COFFINJ, constantly on hand. Or. attention. JvRlENL) & SUN. NEW GAITERS FOR CHILDREN. New Shoes for Men and Boys, Men ana Jjojs, Large Stock San Umbrellas and the most reasonable rates, a large and well medicinal qualities. E. L. PRATT, Whiklino, Wist Va Glazed Sasli always qn hand. ATTENDED TO nov28,'76m6, Fbank Stabtov. ......... .J- R. Davehpobt. STANTON & DAVENPORT, Successors to Stanton Bros.) BOOK SELLERS' III, Novels, Blank Books, all styles Writing Pa per and Envelopes, Plain and Figured,' Books by the different oelebrated au thors, Toy Books Ink Stands, -' ' Pens and Pen Holdera,Diaries, Pook .'; et Books.Base Balls.Opera Glasses,Pen Knives, No. 44 Twelfth streets, ' 1 Vi hetling, W. Va. cct6,'75T. '. . " :: . CARROLL 4 B R O 1 MARBLE WORKERS, 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 8ootland te furniah Monuments of Sootcb Qranite. apr20,'75T: A Certain Headache Cure. A barm'esa vegetable preparat'on, and the dia overy of a physician, the Viot ir Head. he Powder has been proven a positively um cjre for the most distressing casts of Siok or Nervous Headache, Morning Sickness and N nra gia, a single powder actually our ing in ten minutes when all other means fail. We have had a wonderful experience with it, and the ten cent trial pack can be had by address ng the proprietors, .J R. Heis let & Co., Samu , N. J who will cheerfully mail them postpaid, and of Druggists every where, and it is with well merited oonfidenoe they are. offered as a thorough oure for all distresses of tbe lead. 3. T. JUDKINS, Agent, Wood sfield Monroe County, Ohio. . - Janl j77r. ; E AY, ... .- .... , i E. ; N. FRESHMAN & BROS., Advertising A gents, : 186 W. Fourth St , CINVINFA Tl, 0 , Are authorised to contract for advertising in this paper. t Estimates (urolftlif tl free, c , Send for a Clrcnla ' House Joint Resolution Relative to an Amendment o f Articles Four and Eleven of the Constitution Reorganizing the ' Judiciary of the Stale of Ohio ; .. . .' . . ; . Be it resoleedbv Out General JtsmtJu nf Iht State ot 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 electors of the otate, on the second Tuesday 01 uctooer, A. l. 1877. as follows, to wit That sections one, three, fits. Six, wM.tiodve. fourteen, ffteen, sixteen and eighteen, of article four, be amended so as to read as follows. and jection seven, of article four, and see. tions twelve and thirteen of article eleven bereptaledi ARTICLE IV. Sec. 1. 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 Pease and puoh other courts infe. rior to the Supreme Conrt, in one or more counties, as the General Assembly may from time to time establish. The Superior Courts of Cincinnati and Montgomeiy cOuntiea.shall conMnue nntil otherwise provided by law, 6 so, 3, The court of Common Pleat shall be holden 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. Sundays and holidays excepted. Kach county now existing or hereafter form ed, shall constitute a separate Common Pleas District, and eaoh District shall be known by ! tbe name of the oonnty comprising the Dia. tricU ' ' .' ' Skc. 5. Each District Conrt -shall consist of one Judge, who- shall be elected by the voters of the district. There shall be elected one or more Jndges In each district, and there shall be held annually not less thai three sessions in each county tn the State. The Legislature shall divide the Btate into District Couit districts, not exceeding twenty in nuonber.and shall assign toaoh Common Pleas and District Court districts, the number of Judger required to dispose of the business therein; Uaoh district shall be composed of compact territory, bounded by county lines. and as nearly equal in population as practi cable. A concurrence of three-fifths onlv of all the members elected to both Honses,shall be required for the first apportionment, or to determine the number of Judges required in eaoh District Conrt and Common Pleas dis trict, under this amendment,'' but no change snail tnereaner ne made without the oen. currence or two-thirds or all the members elected to bath Houses, ; ,:. , Seotions . twelve and thirteen of article eleven are hereby repealed; the repeal to take effect when the Legislature makes the apportionment mentioned in this section Sec. 6 The District Court shall have like original jurisdiction with tbe Supreme Conrt, and sncn appellate or other urisdietiou as may be provided by law. Sec. 8. The General Assembly may provide by law for a Judge pro tempore, to hold any Court when the Judge thereof is disqualified by sickness or otherwise to hold said court. Pec I? The Judges of the districts and of the Courts of Common Pleas, shall, while in office, reside m tne district in which thev are elected, and their term of office shall be five years; bnt the Legislature may provide by law' mat any Judge or tbe Common Pleas Court shall hold that conrt in any other Common Pleas district; and that aay Judge of the District Court shall hold that court in any other d'striot for that conrt than the one in wh-ch he resides; and Jndges ef the Common Pleas may temporarily ex ctange district with each other; and two r more Common Pleas Cour's may be held at the same time in the same district, and two or mce District Conns may be held at the same time in a district of that court. 610. 14. The Judges of the Supreme Court, the District Courts, and of the Court of Com mon Pleas shall, at stated times, receive for their services such compensation as may be provided by law, which shall not be increased or diminished . during 'their term of office, bnt 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 offioe. except a judicial office. under the authority of this State given by the 4- ft 1 1 V uenerai Assemoiy, or me people, shall be void. Sec. 15. The General Assembly may increase or diminish the number of the Judges ot the Supreme Court, tbe number of the districts, ef the District Courts, tbe number of Jadges in any Common Fleas or District Court district, change any District . Court district, establish other courts, abolish the Probate Court in any county, or any other Court established bylaw, whenever two-thirds of the members elected to each House shall concur therein; but no such change shall vacate the - office of any Judge. The Court of Common Fleas pioyidod for in this amendment shall be the successor of tha present Probate Court and Courts of Common! Pleas in each county. The District Courts uoiciu .v., duui uo uie successors Oil the present District Courts; and all the books, reoords, 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 county at the close of the term for which the Judge thereof was elected, first occurring after the election of Comment Pleas Judges under this amendment, and the Clerks in the Courts of Common Pleas and District Courts, shall be the clerks in the courts herein' provided until their successors are elected and qualified; bnt 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 Conrt of Common Pleas, who shall hold his office for the term of three years; and until his sucoessor shall be elected and. qualified- He shall, by virtue of his office, be olerk of nil other eourts of record hold therein, but the General Assem bly may provide, by law, for the election ef a olerk 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 olerk for that court " n O T I ,"" , r .,0j.,. . Sec 18. The several Judges of the Supreme Court, of the District and Common Pleas, and of such other courts as may be created sball respectively have and exercise such power and jurisdiction at chambers, or otherwise, as may be directed by law. . ,- The 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 four, and tbe 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 then expire. ' ' - No change shall be made by this amend' ment in the Supreme Court, tr in the office or term of any Judge thereof. The first eleotion of Judges of Common Pleas and District Courts under this amendment, shall be held at the general eleotion for election of State offi cers next after the making of said apportion ment for District Court districts by the Legis lature, but nothing in this amendment shall be construed to Chang or alter the 'Constitu tion or laws until said apportionment - 8eo tion seven of Article four is hereby repealed, and section twenty-two shall be numbered sec tion seven. . : . -. . , .. . FORM OF BALLOTT. , . At said election, the voters desiring to vote in favor of the adoption of this amendment shall havo placed upon their ballots the words, "Judicial 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." Adopted April 6, 1877. . ? , O.J. HODGE, Speaker pro tenu. House of Representatives. 1 B. W. C'UKTIS, President of the Senate. ' THK STATS OF OHIO,' Orrica or the Sicbetsxt or Statb. J I, Milton Barnes, Secretary of State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the fore going is a true copy ot an act therein named, passed by the General Assembly of the State ef 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 8eal of SEAL) this Office at Columbus tho 6th day of Apni, a. u. loti. ' MILTON BARNES,' -" - v ' ";: r Secretary wf Stkt. April JM877 27w. .Tt iti .n .it ft sit .t! : M y' f THE ONLY. KNOWN StTREJ t I V CURE.' it hsx ;.i; DR. CHANDLER'S '.O'-ii-r.' Leu Ci I ' eg '.'.7 '1 ri'.'R Pll'TffX lo i iih Is 4; 3. ,t Xhotisaas of. Case r.-B 'i r.'v. ft vi: i ! .:.!? " no'?' f;:nil .tliaJv BY THIS; WONDER? 7IkT FILES. Hfiairrhiidsj e .yr:vrr'. T T. .iK 3 ; , Many causes tend U prodnoe this patnfat and distressing state. The blood. Is reUrded in its return; the too frequent nse of draslia purgatives tends to prodnoe congestion Wf thm hAvala InraM .mUh . a 9 ii.. lla mmJI numerous other causes are the ssnroesef this com plain t,ani hitherto nothing ffeotaat has' been presented t the pnblio which would rapidly alleviate symptoms' a -d wltft mtely ; rove an, effective cure. , In PILOH we have a remedy, which not nly acts al most instantly, bnt will remere the largest tumors ot the parts" (Piles) hy" abserpUoa, and'many who have- received' not only bene- ni, Dur.nave neen radteaujr enid, hav fjeaa assured (prior to ning this treatment) by eminent surgeons that the only relief ther oentd ever expeet in Ur; would be by b operation, and removing it or then from the body by & procedure rhieh necessifated the knife.- .This remedy,: baa Un kaiUd with delight, and is npw prescribed by many prs. - using pnysioians; who are ooguitantef itfe' merits, the enly knows inre or Ud HLB3.' 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