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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
S f Tnedajr, July 1879. , v. n' . Talklmc at Table. '? TiHtJnjj tt 'able in one of the very best di (fetters; there la no tonro known to equal it. If it is trthe kind calculated to promote hilarity and good feeling gen trallf . Host parent a are prone to pro Jtftat their cMldien from laughing and talking at rtie table it . it-- unpbiloophi call It is a cruelty. Joyoasness pro raoUs th circulation of. the blood, en; livens it, Invigorate it, sends it tingling "V the remotest part of the system, cu rving with it animation, vigor and are. . eat, a . . 0 . a. - S. . . , loe totuter tne luue ones tangn me oei tet; tbe faster they talk the better, for then (bey nt less in a given time, con sequently chew their food more, thor oughly . Dl sea M co n trove rsy , from the dining table. Discourage all subjects which invite political or religious rancor. Let every tojic Introduced be calculated to Instruct, to Interest, or amuse. Do not let the mind run on business or pre vina mlahaps or past disappointment. Never tell bad newt at the table, nor tor an hour hefbre. Let every thing yoo have to communicate' be, tf possible, ol a gladsome, Joyons, hilarious character, calculated to bring. . out plesssnter re- . I L.I. l-.l . tm. . mama ur egrreauio aouumwvua. vu the Other hand, never administer a r ! proof at the social board to either ser vant or child ; Bad fault with nothing ; speak urkindlv to no one.' If remark . are made of the absent, let them : con- : tun soma wnrriB in minmenaitiua.wuitu. ' . - - 1 1 Ltt If repeated In their bean tiff afterward will kindle kindly reelings, and thus will thoughts of tbe family table come across the memory of after year, when we have been acattered and some laid in their last resting place bringing with them a sweetness of emotion which makes It a pleasure to dwell upon them i . t k I ....it i i im- . -. ' Grandmother! Advice. ' I want to give two or three ink?. One is: :;. .... .... J. ' ArWavs look to the person yu speak to.', When you" re addressed, look straight at the person who speaks to you. Do not forget this. "Another 1st" ' ' "Kpeak your words plainly.' Do' not nutter nor' mumble. If words are worth 'saying; the) are worth pronoundcg dis tinctly snd clearly A third is: " Do notssv dtsszreeable things. If Ton have nothing pleasant to say, . keep flmh - : '.' - A fourth is and, oh, children, remem ber it alt yonr Uvea ..: i . -Think three times before . yoo speak once. , i . , . , ( , - Have you something to do that . yon find hard snd would prefer not tp do? Then listen to a wise old grandmother. Do the hard things first, and .get over, with it. If you have done wrong, go snd confess it. If your lesson is tough toaster it If the garden is to be weed ed, weed it first and play afterward.' Do the thing you don't like to do first and then, with a clear conscience, try the rest.. '? . i, ' i 1 A ' - li. mi dp.'..'. . Best for Headaches. " Dr. Day ssys,' In a recent' letters- Whatever be the plan of treatment deci ded upon, rest is the first principle to in cnlcate in every severe headache. Rest, which' the busy man and anxious toother cannot obtain so long as tbey can man age to keep about, U one of tbe first .remedies for every headache, and we should sever cease to enforce it. Tbe brain, when excited, ss much needs quiet and repose ss a fractured limb or an in flamed eye, and it la onvioua that tbe chances of shortening tbe seizure and arresting the pain will depend on our power to have ibis carried out effectual ly. It Is a prscticsl lesson to keep stead jly ia view, in that there may lurk behind simple heaUche aome lesson of un known magnitude which may, remain .stationery if quietude can be maintain . ' There is a point worth attending to In the treat men! or aH headache. See that hi bead Is rievsied at nfghl, Snd the pillow bard ; foe If it be soft,' the head friofcs Into it and ' becomes hot," which .with seme people Is enough to provoite an attack In. the, morning. If aleep has been long snd heavy. ' 4 i-nff.i !"! - A Fable.,;.. -.' ; , rA In tbe depth of i' forest there' lived two foxes who never bsd ' cross word the politest lancusce : "Let s have s urreLw ; ,.,.v ! .. ; - ; '. - Very well; hot bow shall : we set tbontit?'' saJd tbe other. . . : ' MOh, it cannot be dtfBcult," said fox ' Ho. I. two legged people fall ontwhy .botwer; - ! ' ' Ro Jhey tried ell sorts of wsys, but it could not be dopeltecsuse each .would cive war. At last No. .1 fetched two tones. -t::.-' '! -.. A Tber,M said he,' "yoo Sat they're 'Your, snd TH sst they're mine.- Now T'll 4. win TKnaa itniut era mm " ; ' ',yery welU" answered the other, "you a , vviu. . u i ' i V. n.v.i w are welcome vo toem. . .iBut we shall never quarrel . at thU rate," cried the other, jumping : p and licking bis face. "Tou old simpleton, doo t you know that It tskes two to mske . a Quarrel any day. " vjtbev esivo It no as i bsd "Job; nd rmver tried to i play at this jUly game agaia.7l sr.- . s;.s'- -r- v. - .-'! ? i. &Tn Sosjthern St t", where the Bp publicans st, si tlail.t vr t-, the leaders of tne partv '.-ar', the ofl5ceholders. The Footmsstrrs, the revervus officers, J and ftoit collect ors mtstpuUte tbe primaries snd the, cnutity snd S'Ste, conventions. Qnce in four years thev send t'lemselvts S JeIepa(PS trt the National Convention snd get S; finger tn iUe Tresidett making there, snd It ia pocaiWe lor s (ew of them o brH t'wtialanceof power and name the candidate. To ntsa Iiomly phrase, the se'tner . Vnow : .on i Which side their bread is-botte'red; ' If tlrey have , been rpointerf t office tr John Sherman, it Isn't to fv snppoed tist they will Vote n rviniyerij'oB tvr Blajne or for ConkUng it least not nnt it tb fight for Sherman liaS 'been, fclven. m. John Shermsh'. sp tireett trtjjr this tact, hos been quit tly rtrganizin; f civil oervks in the Sonth era 'St rte : Tte 7 imet recency printed tn article showing where ' Postmasters ir ho sre fr Grsnt hsrs been removed, tind Pos'masters whrt ,srs forSbermsn Iisve bein pi tin their "pi sees, In tddl- foo tMhls cirna the, inorrrjstion thst Sberrbjfn ! slw'ut t reorgsnlze tbe South Csrollns offlcf s. Tbls mesns thst South Carolina Is to send a Sherman delegation try the. con mention thst notninetes for President N. T, Sun. . f ; . ', - ; At Nsps Csl., " Frencbman nstned prtit wsa fi ruriahtpg S pistol in an exci t d tnsriper. A passir-by rslled out to him. Dotr't short: you'll scare toy Jrfrse !' Rowing the Frenchman politely replied. "Eicuse me, sir." An honr Sftei sfd.M .ecromUf,0d suicide., ; : ; DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. REPi.are sjatiowai; rank ROTES WITH LEUALTEXOERS. . TV following pjttfora was adopted June IwLTr Tliat tba Domooraoy of Ohio de mand, fret and fair eleotlons, and to that snd demmncs all interforoneo' with elections by tbo wjlltlarr powor; that the exporienoe of this and othor oonntrtes hu abandantly provod lb it (bo prMenoo of troops at tbo polls is -df trooHv of freodom of olnstlons and is Incompatible with the oxlstsnoo of froo, tnsUtatlovs; that tbo laws enacted by Con;reM wblob. tinder tbo pretefa'e of roga lstlBf tbo naonsr of Congressional olootlons tntorfor with tbo oleotlon of 8Uto offloers snd ovortbrow lb lows of tbo 8t'. govsm Ipg th ebolo of tach offloora sro nnooostlta- tlonal, aod for that roasoa oaht to bo re poVd; that (boy or sUo Instranontalttlas of fraud, foroo and oorruptlon, by which tbo party in powor ssot tho money of the paoplo to oorrapt, and thoasoods of Irresponsible of. floert to harass and oOercs tho voters and es pecially by foroo and frand to deprive our Batvral'sodoitltons of tbo right to vote, and for those roaeons otno aald laws ooght to bo iuwedlatoly rotoald. RsaoivBo, That Impartial larloa are essen tial to tho administration of jostfoe, aud thereby to tho preservation of libery; that no man eaa'bo soonro In bis person or prop erty wbea tbo Jorie are peeked and controll ed by the Government for despotic and par tisan purposes; that under the Federal Jo'y laws now In existence Juries may bo ana have been so packed and controlled, and that th highest Interests of Justloe and free gov ernment require that tho laws bo changed so ss to secure fair, Impartial and independent Juries In tho Federal Conrts. ' Ktsobvss tbattuo ftepanVean minority Is Congress, by refusing to vote supplies to maintain tho Government oolei the majori ty would agree to the nee of troops at the polls, and alio to tho maintenance of tbo unconstitutional, corrupting, violent and un just Election Laws aforesaid; and th Presi dent of the United Pistes, by his unprece dented nso of tho veto power in order to perpetuate said laws, and th ns of armed men at tho polls, hat shown a spirit of fac tion and devotion to party anooess Instead f tbo welfare of th country and the preser vation of Its Constitution and liberties that demand tbe condemnation of th whole Americas poopl. r BtaoiVin. That President Hayes, by hit frequent Interposition of tho veto in order to defeat legislation that was plainly' constitu tional, that In ns way Interfered with the in dependence of any other department of -tb Government and bad received the most ma ture consideration of Congress, hat shown a utter disregard of the considerations and principles that tndeotd tb insertion of She vote power in tho Constitution aad s Ilk disregard l th wishes and Welter of th POVplO. ii ! T J-J l u - . . in" , gasofcvis. That w declare It as the tense of the Democracy of Ohio that not a dollar should bo appropriated by Congress to pay soldiers Marshals, Deputy Marshals or Bo... rorvlsors of Election to Interfere with. r emitMl aleotltmi. ' RieoLViBv That tho efforts of th Kepub. Uoan party ts open, and, keep aliv th war waiiSg note eon th Jiortn ana muis are to b osdemnod by vry lover of his country. RasoavsB. That wo reaffirm tho financial principle heretofore advocated by tho Demo cratic party of Ohio that th Issu of mon ey in any form , and th regnlatiow - thereof, belong to th General Government alone.and aught not to b delegated r Intrusted to In dividuals or corporations; that wo therefore oppose, tbo perpetuation of.; tb present national Banking system as a mesas of eon trol over tb currency of tbo country,' and demand tho gradual surstttutlon of Troasui notes for national - Back currency, to be mad receivable seins ues.and a legal ten der equally with d tpoBch Government la. sues to b. regulated, on prfnolple. estab lished by legislation or organic law so aa to secure th graaUst possible stability of val- U. ). :,, - , .. , EasoLvrn. That after changing tho valua Mon of all property from the scale of paper money, by which - the - heavy burden of debts now resting upon the people wore created, to tho former level of gol t and all vor.'and that the ebanre then made in the metallio standard Itself by the demouetisv. tlon of silver waa s monstrous fraud upon th people, cunningly devised in the Inter. est of the holders of bonds, that should bo condemned as in violation of every prinotplo of honest" dealing, and a covert assault upon tho fundamental rights of property, and we, therefore, demand the full restoration of sil ver to Its erginal plaoo aa a money uetal,tbe same as gold. , - . Ssaoivas.That th rapid Increase, of th interest bearing debt of the Government under th preaent Administration' ought to excite tho aerie as apprehension of the poo pl. Wo demand that tho farther increase ha th bondeci debt in time of peace be stopped, and it b pat ia process of extinc tion. ", h ,- Kraot,vxn. That the attack mad upon the Bute Legislatlon,ln tho Republican platform, la wholly undeserved, and that tho Legisla ture In Its arduous word of codifying the lawa of tho State, in the reduction of foes and salaries of County offloora, and tho pas sage of a law to protect tbo ballot aad pro vent bribery at elections, deserve tho sons mondation of tho people of tho 8tete. Bbsoiveb. That it tathedwlyof our Oov- ernment to malnUin to its tallest extent tho doctrine that a man may ia good, faith change h(s habitation and teoomo a ottisen of any other country. We should protect in every part of the world alt our naturalised eitaensfaa wo would our native born, and should resist all Improper claims upon him by Governments to whioh tkey no longer owe ailegianoe. Wo demand that existing tree, ties with all foreign Governments be rigidy enforoed, and that early steps bo taken to obtain from-tbe German Umpire a fuller recognition of tho right of expatriation an of the right of our naturalised oitisena re. turning or having property there by a modi fication of the treaty existing between1 ns. ii lu. :4 ii i ' v : i v ri Scenery From PiJce's Peak. ; Troy Times.) ; , ' Standing upon th summit ot PikeV Peak.' nearly three miles' shove the level of the seS, snd at the highest point of human habitation on the . globe, in the gray dawn of the morningv Watching the appearance of the great orb of light as it rises above the horizon emitting ' it bright and golden rays upon mountains, valleys snd plsius, is one Of tbe grand eat scenes in the whole book of nature, which cannot fail to charm and fascinate the beholder..: -Thunder storms on the peak are alarmipgly terrific. The at moepher is highly charged with elec tricity, snd st times the whole mountain lop appears like one immense sheet of flame. .Tbe supplies for,, the station consisting of sbout 3,000 pounds of pro visions sod'family stores, also . 25 cords of wood, sre carried up in : summer on tbe backs of the little, tore footed don key, ia loads of about 00 pounds. Wood is cut at the timber line, about tbree;miles from the summit, snd it costs 118 per cord, delivered st the station. New Way to Cook Chickens Cut the chicken up, put it in a pan and cover it over' witu water; let it stew as usual, and when done make a thickening o cream and Hour, adding a piece of bult and pepper and salt. ; Have made and bake a pair of short-cakes, made as for pie-crust, but roil thin snd . cut in smsl squares.' This is much better, than chicken pie snd more simple to make The -crusts enould be Isld on a dish snd tbe chicken gravy poured oyer while both re sote.. .7,;i j..v,v,j ' .... "How did yoo come to get married 7 asked a nan of a very homely friend Well, yd see, be replied, "after Td vainly tried lo wjn . several girls that I wanted, I finally turned my attention to one that wanted .me, and then it didn4t tske long to fix things. vj; 7? . Old Hickory's Bluff Way. . piartford Poet) . , . . Long years after the capture of Stony Point, when Andrew Jackson was Presi dent, a visitor at the White House re marked that the Postmaster in his town twbo ''held over") wss an enemy to tbe resident had even been beard to call bim "a scoundrel" and urged the re moval of the ill-mannered officer. "Whst sort of a person is he ?" in quired the President. The visitor admitted that the post master was sn aged and honorable man, and Incidentally remarked that he was one of the survivors of tbe battle of Stony Point. "What!" said the President, risins from his chair. ' Was bn really with Anthony Wayne at Stony Point T' He certainly was,' replied the visitor. "Well, then." said Old Hickorv. hv the E'ernal! he has perfect right to call me a scoundrel every day in the week, snd to be postmaster daring his natural life M , SCHOOLS scsherfield , NORMAL SCHOOL: Commencing July 21, for the Term or Ten weens. TSI3 School offers inducements to students unsurpassed by any similar school in this or adjoining eountles. Among the names or Its students are found many of those of our leading teachers. No efforts will be spared by tho teachers to mako this term a ouoness In every particular. The course of Instruction will include all oom mon branches, penmanship, book keeping aad olooutton. Lectures on th different mod of teaching aud school government, and any of th higher branches students may desire to atudy, such as the higher mathematics, anolcnt languages or German. natural aolonoos, Ao. Special advantages offeral for any wishing to become praotloal surveyors; th us of Instruments free. No additional charges for penmanship and elo cution Good boarding can be obtained at from $2 to 12 50 per weak, room aad light included. Kor additional information address B. K. MU. lor, 8ummerfield, or John Qreeabaak, Lewis ville, Ohio. Common Branohss... ....... ....15 00 Higher V 7.00 ' Charged only during tho time of attend ance. Special attention given to tho common bramoh.es. . , may27j79mt. HLLINERY. SPRING AND SUTIMED MILLINERY. GOODS. I havsjust reoeived a nios stock of nu, . ,". V; r" ' ,; Oonneti, ', ... Collars, , . ... . p..... Ladles' Neckties, Ribbons, Flowers, and other artloles odnnect ed with a Millinery Establishment. . - Hat and Bonnett Trimmed in the Latest Straw Goods bleached and made up. I am determined to aell cheaper than any other establishment la WoodsAeld.or Inth coun ty. . Place of buslaesa west of tho Court House Call and examine my stook. . " - - -M: may SO.TS. MART A. OUTBEBJS. . nmn. Get ' Ready for . Haryest I HAVR ON HAND at the Works ef the . Bellaire ManufaoturiOK Company. Bella! re, 0 ,a lot of New First Class Improved uowma iiACHorcs. ; Also several bow and second hand THRESHERS, of both the Ralston aud Pitta with mounted powers; a lot of Monitor self damping HAY BAKES; Several small :: HORSE POWEBS. Designed for Cutting Boxes, Chums, Saws he., and for hoisting bav'i V All of whioh I oner at private sale at prices so low that no farmer can afford to be wtu out them.1 " : " 1 ' . :' '' 1 ; " " Arrangemonta have boon made with othet parties who are now manufacturing those machines, so that repairs can bo had at any time. -'; . i i-.i .. , Don't lose this chance to secure a bargain. Come and see or write for Information before purchasing elsewhere. . . " 1 E. G. MOnGAIf, ma13('79m2.j' Assignee' LEGAL NOTICE. 1 DA StBSSBRLT fa minor child of Anthon; 1 ,Vosserlv,.deoeased, aed about 16 years, Nanov Zorns and C. T. Zorno her husband. who, reside in tho city of Wheeling In the 8Uto f West Virginia, WlUism Hossenv who resides at Dover, 8Uwart County, Ten. Bosses, Margaret Bars and Joseph Bare her husband, - who reside at "Belmont, Wabash County, Illinois, Mary A. Haadenaohailt and William , Handensohallt her hnsband, who reside ia Wetxel Coasty, West Virginia, sod whoso post office address la Now Martinsville, Wetsel County, , West Virginia, will take no. tloe that on the 5th day of July, J 87 9, John Mebserlv filed his ' eertain petition in the eonrt of common pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, against them and tho other heirs of Jsmes Mosserly, deceased, tho object and prayer of aald petition, is to obtain aa order of said court for tho partition of tho real estate of which James Mosserly died seised, situate in tho town ot Clarlngton, Monroe "oounty, Ohio, to wit: Lot number (68) sixty six In said town of Clarlngton (except a atrip off tho ' west side thereof eighteen inches wide): also tho south half of lot number eighty four in said town; also, lot number ninety ire . of section, nine teen, township three of. range three is said tows Sf CUrisg. Tou are ' required to answer said petition on or before the 20tb day of September, A D. 1879. - ' HDNTKR MALLORT, tj19t7. . Atfvsfor FlaiirtX ii V --'" p . .r ; . :y i DRUG 8T0BE8. Hi DRUG STORE; DftUOS, PAINTS, OIL8, ! ' VARNISHES, BRUSHES, DTK STUFF. AND ALL Popular- Patent ; Medicines, c IAN always be found at J. T. JUDK1HS Drug Store, at tho lowest cash prloea PURE WINES AND L1QVORS F rated at J.' t Medicinal Purposes,may always be found T. JODKINS'. PAINTS, 0 Y all colors, and In every form, at J. T JUDIINB'Drog Store. LINSEED OIL, BY th Barrel or gallon, at lowest market rates, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Store. TEE BEST COAL OIL IN tho market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil Neat's Foot Oil, Ac, 4c, can bo had at 1 T. JOD KINS' at the lowest oash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, l OF B. Fahnestook's brand, whioh is so just ly celebrated for its purity, whiteness and durability, is just received by I.T. JUD KINS, and will be sold at th lowest cs raKis. PERFUMER r, SOAP, SPICESi TOBACCO, SNTjrr AND CIGAE8, , A ND a variety of other articles belonging tX to tho Druggist's trade, all of which will bo void as low aa thev can be afforded. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CaaavouT Pasraaan at all hours of the day and night . J. T. JODKINS. sep8y. D RUG S -AND- GROCERIES. POP E fc C A STLE Have opened in their no ttain street, room on Cross WOODSFIET.T), OHIO 1 a well selected stock of . Drugs, Patent Hedicines, PAINTS, OILS, DTE STUFFS, Notions, Window Glass, Ptjttt, Books snd 8tatiorert, Bacsa ' is and Pibvokbbt, Lamps and Tam. . sisos. Also a fall lino of G ROG E R I E S ,n eonststlng of -; '": ; .' . . . . ' . ;.' it ,1 Teas, : Coffees, Sugars, . Rice, ''" - - ... Hominy, Syrups, Spices, CANNED FRUITS, 40.,"' 4C, Which the v will sell for Cash or Approved Country Produce, as low as they cn be bought la the oountv. ' decl9,'76r. MERCHANT TAILORS. ; 1879. 1879. SPRING, & SUMMER! .. .i;- ; . , 9 '...,'.. CHARLES LAU EN STEIN, nEUCUANT TAILOR, Asa niiLBB a Grentlemen'sFurnisbingGoods. On Eatt Side of Puhlie Square. 1 , .wasssBwasa - Two dosrs North of Judkiss'Drug Store . t ' I. - ' ;!;.. : 'i ;' WOODSFrEILD. OHIO. -TTTOnLD rospootfuUy Inform tho oitlseas V V hf Woodsfleld,and the public generally; tasthsdoos alrstelsss Tailoring Business,! and will keep en hand a carefully selected Stook ol . , fjloths, Caslmere .& Testing, And ia prepared to mako olothing in the latest styles. Also, win out out suits for persons who desire to have thorn made elsewhere. nay 20,1173. ' CHARLES LAUKNSTKIN; Probate Notice. CC0UNT8 and vouchers have been filed XJL a the Probata Court of Monroe County. At t il m m ... unio, oy ui louowing Jtxsoutora, Admlais tratora and suaidianst . Jrf , r , Third, and final aooouat of Thomas Wilson Qnardiaa of tho minor Jwiri sf John W Barrett, doo'd, ., ; , . Third partial acoount of William Beard- more, Guardian, of tho osUto of Wm. Beardmoro. 1 ' , ' , - First and anal account of Joseph B. Var key Admr of tho esUto of of WmH. afar- key, i ; '' j-, , j, First partial acoount of T. O. Allen, As signee In trust for tho benefit of the credi tors of John W. Buter, an insot vent. . T First and final account of Michael Boneh. nor, Adm'r do bonis son, of tho estate of 8eoond and final aoconnt of Wat. 0. and Barna Mann, Bxoontora of tho Will of David Mann, deceased. , Any person interested may file written ex ceptions to aald aooouuta or any item thereof on or before the 18th day of July, A D. 1879, when the same will bo finally heard and con tinued from day to day until disposed of. ' ' R. K. WALTON. ' )uu?4i'Wr?. i Frobatt TuHg aft Ct, J ONE DOZEN 1EST 13 CARD 1 PHOTOQKAPflS ONLY SI1 PER DOZEN. ONE 8x10 PHOTO.,' MOTTO FRAMES. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE :.. . i : :o- " ' - : Thsj Largest and Cheapest Stock of P I C TURES, "; 'FRAlfs, .: ALB7MS,:i.MOTTOES;;;::&C. in the city : 1138 Mum Stes4t, Hornb&ook's Block. Jnl4,'79. ' .. ,G. W PLTJMMER..'! .", ; ;"":"'.' ;:. ' ' 'DEALER" IN ' ' ' ' ' ";'"':' ' ' Frcn ch fe A merican Wi ndd vv G lass; Colored, Enameled m . raints, Uils, lilass-and Putty, White and Red; Lead. Coi.ob8,Drtandim Oi Turpin riNI, ICAHZlHCll'JIMSBA METALLIC AND FIK! rBOOF B&0WN8, RXDT MlXID - Paimts, all Colobs, Sash, Dooas akd Shtjttbbs. - ' - ' DOORS & GLAZED SASH ALWAYS ON HAND; Eatf niAten tar Plat OlejM'Fiirnla'hMil aprlWOT. . ' 1 THE COURTS TIMES OP HOLDING District and Common Pleas Courts -IS tHS 8th Judicial J District of ' Ohio. 'Darin the Year 1879. ..v.- - . ;.. .. . , M i. ,', i . .! . ' ' .... Tho Stat of Ohio, . . 1 Court of Common Muskingum County,' ss. J " Pleas. " . Bo it remembered that on this 30th day of October,' A. D. 1878,' tbo Clerk of said Court received a certain order from tbe Judge of tbe said Court of Common Fleas for tho Eighth Judiolal District of the Bute of Ohio, reading aa follows: , , . .. "We, the Judges of tho Court of Common Pleas within and for the Eighth Judicial District of th (State of Ohio, hereby order and direct that tho several terms of the District Court and tho Conrts of Common Pleas within and for the several counties in said District shall be begun and held on the dates hereinafter named, for and during tho year 1879, to wit: District Cfeart. t T Belmont county, April 8 ; ; Jefferson oounty, April 15: :!.:' Harrison county, August 27. ,' ; . Tuscarawas oounty, Beptember 1. Guernsey county, Beptember C. . . ,. Monroe oounty, September 15. Noble oonnty, September 1.0. Morgan coonty. September, M.: ; ' O ) Mnskingum oountyL September 29. ! roarla ol Common Pleas. Muskinguut oounty, January 13, April 28 Novembers. s Morgan oounty,' March ll. Juno 10, Octo ber 16, -i:r. Noble oounty, January SO, May 5, October ao. . " ; . Guernsey ' county,' February 18, May 27, November I J. - ' ' ;; ' '' Belmont oonnty,' February 4, Hay SO, No vember 1 1. ' if.. i-i..i VI w ,i- ' c v Monroe oounty, January 13,. April 28, Oo- toborli,'f;or,f! t-.i'- T. v.: -t ;t Jefferson county, February 24, Juno 9, De- eemberl. r ..!,--. . , Tuscarawas, oouniy, . January it. nay i. Novenbors.'" ' V-"-. Harrison oounty, January P, April J8, Oc toberlS.' ;wo;t li.ii .?i ii Tho terms ot said Courts shall commence at nine o-olook a. m., the several days nam It is herein specified that tlis said several terms of Court of Common- Pleas. la said several eountles shall bo hold by said Judges as .follows, to will Muskingum, Morgan, Quernsey "and Noble by Lucius P. Msrsh and his successor and ' William H Frasier, Bel mont and Monroe by William Okey,' and Jef ferson. Harrison and Tuscarawas by James Patrick, Jr.' '; ? ?ii.M i.ir.al-,5: '.,:'l order and direct that a oertlfied eopy of this oraer bo transmitted forthwith by tho Clerk of the Conrt of Common Pleas of Muskingum oounty to tho Secretary of State and to tho Clerks 'of tho several Conrts of Common' Pleas in each of said several conn -ties .to bo pulilished therein aooordinjr to law. ' Done at ZaaesvtUo tn ' the county of Mnskingum, this 80tb day of October, A. D. 1878. r. LUCIU3P.MABSH.,ir ' , WILLIAK H. FRAZIKS. Hi .1 ' ''I 1 tlUM tlTBlPir B 1 " Judges of tho Court of Common Pleas. 'I hereby certify the foregoing to bo a true Ann Ii Aniar r K.lil JedvdK ' i .' ' w; j - o . Attest; ; V. 1 - F&EDBBiCK QIIGBB. f i: , i L."!-i -i . t Clerk, l By Jao Hooris, Deputy. ,v 1 BBAL. ; h ') i i t) Clbbk's Ofvicb, Morbob Codktt. Ohio. i ... WoonsriBW), Noy. 6. . .. ' I hereby certify the foregoing ia a correct codv of the transoript of sola order, Bxlng tbe times for holding Courts In aald Judiolal Distrlottn the year 1879. ' - --i? '" Witness my signatara and the sssl of the Court of Common Plea, i . -j ; i r: . ' J, T. JUDKINS, a Clerk Monroe Common Pleas. . novl2('78w4. , ; ' .. FARMS' FOR-SALE IN M 0 jN R 0 E COTOTT. mHB nndersUned offers three farm for I sale in this oounty. located as follows: One of 160 acres, known as thsDriggs farm near Woodsiold, on the Hne of tho Bellaire ft Southwestern Bailroad.. . . One in Adams township of 160 acres, for merly owned by David McCoy. , One in Leo township,, of 65 sores, known as tho John lollathaa property. , , .. : 1 " For further partioalara and terms address WM. M. ABM8TBOWQ. :M .:'.,' i Captlna, Belmont County, Ohio." ; aprlB.TSmS.' '- n" 'w .."' A NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. 1. i JEitateof Conrad Frantz, Leccaied, THS undersigned hu been appointed and qualified as Administrator with the will annexed, of tho estate of Conrad Fronts, late of Monroe County, deo'd, , " , ' Dated this 6th day of May, A. D. 1879. ' syTTTBwS. --'o - '''ilOOB ISCaBT.;- : , .:( ! .1 1 1. ' XsIOT, - J' : f S3 1 do , CENTS.' and Fancy Glass, ' r- 'Ti 't". ' HI '. ' - VaBNI8HBS nn Anni(Aa. ' "-'4AVHVU , r A cent for French 1223 Mala street,! Wheeling, W. Ta. WATCHES CLOCKS, AC, A V 1 jjawU'iiRT1 WO 0 Dti F.I H L D V'O H I O Mv saotto is. PAIBDiiLISQ,' V) '! wtth ALL, I solicit a share of the publle pU ronage, Particular attention paid to tha rev r i . . .... j pairing ot rraienet, utoeiti and Jewelry w atones, viooks and Jewelry fo sale on ror sonablo terms. Woax rr abiistsb. ' ap281y; ' -r,- .nitZ RKBF -! .! ,(.! v ,,!T i. '-..! .!.;. ;' " 8T0VES AND TIN WAREi r l"l .Hi. V'f.'j5--0 't;i";t:i WW .'! MRS. 0. 0. ALEXANDER Tho Celebrated Arlington ,7 And other Cook Stoves. stoops on hsiV 5 E A 1 I N vOhvSTAV S r,i :'.ir-Vaiiy.f8 Tin. Copper and Sneet Iron Ware, .'? v-.T fiia fill ) : inn!-i.; r. Agent for Garry s Iron Roofing. wos's tof.fi e bin"---. I iia .- ! ,;.;;) -,f) Spnvtitig, and Repairing dotu On $kor ; notice. 'I jn-Kit o uno Everythitig' afWbelLng Prices, or i r... r . . t -r Wast sids of Maia street, 2 doors. North of ' J ' - M,BH Affl, " JI" l r WOODSFIELD, OHIO, - at sato c'- i-.;: fiV.) I- LEGAL NOTICE, I t AROARKT I WSBSTBR, Charles Woo- 1U. tr, Mary B, Wolf. William- Wolf, Wat tor Ring, Nanoy Millhorn.- Charles Millhorn and Thomas C. Bfng (a minor aged about 16 years) i: who t reside, in faokson County, West Virginia, - and whose post offlce sddress is Murrysville, Jackson County, West ' Vir ginia fttella-Williamson (a- mraor 'aged abouA 4 yers, aad Charles Williamson (a minor aged about 8 months,) children of Margaret Williamson, deceased, who reside ta Tyler County, West Virginia, and whoso post office address Is New Matamoraa. Wash ington County. Ohio, will take notice that on tho 17th day of May, 1879, George Ring filed his petition in the court 'of eommon pleas of Monroe County, Ohio, against them and tho other heirs of Margaret Ring, deceased, tha objeot and prayer of sail petition is to obtain an' order of aald court for the partition of tho following described real estate situate in aald oonnty of Monroe and State of Ohio, to- witi, The oast half of, the sonth west quarter of section twenty-five, township three of range five, except about twelve acres out of the southwest earner of said half quarter, and also, exoept tbe family graveyard men tioned in tho will of Walter Ring, deceased, aad 1 a road - loading therefrom to tho publio road and particularly described , as follows: Being all lying east of said lino, commencing at a sugar tree oa the old oounty lino oa the oast bank sf Little Muskingum Crook; thence a northeasterly course to a atone about twelve feet west of tho south corner of tho tobaooo house; thence about north to a atone planted on the oast bank of tha oreek six feet from a bellflower apple tree; thanoo west to tho lino dividing the quarter; thence north to land formerly owned by Buueon Hill, do ceased, and being tho same land set off to Margaret Ring . In fee simple, in the case ot Beorge King vs. Margaret Ring et al, in tho court of ! common pleas of Monroe County, Ohio containing about sixty eight acres moio or iess,ana being tho laud of which Margaret sing iea seised. ' - ;,To are required to answer said petition oa or before tho Jth day of July, 1879 HUNTER ft MALLORT, I mayZO.TOtT. i ' . Attya for George Ring. . .,. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT, Ettdte of Kintey Davit, Deceased. THB undersigned ' hu bees appointed and qualified aa Administrator of th estate of Klnsey Davis, late of Monroe Couuty. dee'd Dated this 9th day or July,' A. 3. 1R79. ; lylVT9w3. A-.tii rlSRl-UNDIMOOr); FRITZ REEF . hunt . THE MONROE ' BANR WOODS FIELD. oni? I 'll !!! S. L.MooHEf.rwi. tr'iik.BxABDXom, V. Prm ',-.... 1. W. 0. t64i SeoAaor., s ) ., iUt 1 1 : ' 7' ' 5 priSMtsr- ---,!' 4 1 S. I. MOOHITj -J: WA BlABSSlOBl MXNBT MlI.LXR, JaXIS WATdOM. DA.VIB. OKXT.. , M. BOXFFLIB.J i Christian VViBXi. , ' Doit ?' "General ' Batihing ' BvHneu. -, 1 , :' . I. . !, it y Interest paid on Special; Deposits -!- -i: !;., i. i . , j.. :l .:! ii :.(. ; ,; Hake collections on all points promptly. Banking Hours tbox 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. moh3,74T. ' ' ' - 1 HOTELS. v :'.: Vt'.-i -iii! rHEUNlpN HOUSE, f tSonln end of ftibltc Square,! , SIMOar DORR, 1 1 n V Proprietor i -;c ,':i -.r,z 1 ''! 'ii ii:i f!i:.i': THIS house hu been, thoroughly .repaired, recently, and the Proprietor Informs the traveling publio that he is prepared to afford accommodations of tho best, The table will be supplied with the best the market affords; the rooms and bedding are kept clean and comfortable; stabling in good order, and the traveler ia assured that bis horses will receive good care. Traveling Agents will be furnish ed with sample rooms, June23,'74T, 1 : "' -i f t' 'i . .T'l.-ii-'iV! '!: ; 'i NATIONAL IIOTEIi, STREET, BARNES VILLE, OH 10. R. E. Fr staler, i s : : t Proprietor. Tkit . it ike i Bett Hotel in Banetville, i GUESTS will find the ' best accomttbdatloB at this Hotel, sad ao pains will bo spared to make them comfortable. Hacks leave tho , Hotel every morning fo Woodsfield.'" '"' ' ' - ' Carriages and drivers furnished travelers at all times. v . July 1,1875 i i i.l: Hi. PLANING ( 'y. 'f-n.j !i V. MILLS. P. DlITSICK, " , ' 0. E. MlLLlB, Frmdent. " Secretary. .it siii-.i'M MshlJ Foreman. T 1 ni PL AKIN fir MILLS . ; . -AMD . .... ,r FURNITIJBE :' COMPANTi 11 ! i i i tBAlBBB IB 'I Juit.iS;!) Lumber',' Lath and Shingles, l.y Vs. i! .-.WnttmtUM or , j.tt.yi .- .'' ti 4t '.ii'i jfij ir -i :'.' Fl o orl n g.sef tier-board In g, f rames, uoors, sasn, Mintters,, , BracketMlllings,PaUns:8( - Boxes, and all kinds ot " ', ' Furniture.' " '' Will lake, Contracts ror;&n;KInfis TS) t- fY ' V w r Lt s 4-1 Unilrfers? and ' Werlianlo' - Hardware,' " Collla Trimmings, Window 'eiasa of all slses, Nails of all kinds ' " ,t and llses.Palnii.TJlls. Varnishes. v ' ' ,; Turpentine, vThlteLead and " ' ,vPmtt7,kept ocnetanrJy A .-(iiuniD ii- 0ift 3n'l for sale,, ,:,, w at BIA80B ABLB -'''-'rjucBa,- ''- ! " "' COFrilS " MADE TO ORDER. Furniture Room on Ferry street, Clarlngton. Ohio. ,v-3','K i nr ; i aaarehXTSmS. " BLACKSMITH. -U. Wagm Making and Blacksnlthicg, V. I ,! 1;) V!.!' rfiiifu'i ' r 'itjiiK.i'. Sf . Jb te. LETZELTER, WOODSFIELD, OHIO. TTTX have opened a Wagon Halting and VV. Blaoksmlth Shop ia , the Foundry Building on tho oast side of town, where ws are prepared lo manufacture ' -i " " Fairm' and ' Spring 'Vy'agons Of the latest and host styles. Also, will re pair wagons and carriages on short notion. ALL WOBJC OTJABAliTSlBO. ...v Wheels snd wood-work tor , wagons Ironed and iron for wagons and carriages furnished at market rates. . Spoolal attention will bs given to shooing horses. ' Qivsui a call.' ' ' ' s&aytVfiT. i MAC. L8TZXLTSS. ' ' hI ''Notice ' to' Teacnersi ', .3- THE Board of Examiners of Monroe Coun ty will hold meetings for tho examina tion of Teachers, as follows: ;: " J n i LewisvUle Juno : 14, 1879. , : ; . . Woodaflold,, ,. .., 28, ; r ' August is, ; - These examinations will ' commence at I o'clock a. m. and oloas at 4 pv m. . . . , A fee of 50 cents is required from each applioant, aa a condition of examination, and must bo paid in advance. ' ' j '.' By order of th Board. . JunelO.a. , B. A. ATKINSON Clerk. ' ''ATTACHMENT.' vrj ; Abraham Ues8erleTr.,plalntifl; 1 Before John against I Martin, J.P. William Messerley, deft, j of Salem township Monro county. Ohio, On tho 30th day of May; A, D. 1879,. aaid Justioo Issued an order of attachment in th above action for the sum of two hundred and nlnety-ntne dollars and ninety-nine cents rS299 99. v ? ABRAHAM MKSSERLKY, SH, Clarlngton, Ohio, June TO, 1879 w3. 'J .s i 'V ATTACHMENT. -: r.; Abraham Messerley ,8r-plalnti(r, ) Before Jehu against ' ' -Martin, J.P. William Meseerler, aefcndant; j of ' Salem township, Monro county, Ohio:. Oa tho tOth day of May, A. P. 1879; said Justice iisied an order of attachment In tho above action for th snm of oae hundred and eighty one dollars and sixty eight cents, $181 6 J , '" ABRAHAM MiS&KRLBT, 8R, ' Clarlngton, Ohm, Tuns IT, f8.T-wS. mail .. uxtnc ;y v. X rv.- V GMIiltyillWEIB, ; Afl nBfoWrramrBeet ' kl'GrlnltyifltalhYU t j , l i . mi j 1 in .ji -ii i - i t ! f3-A' 'line selection of MON0MSNTB anot TABLETS constantly oortand, whioh will be' sold at prices to salt tbo times. t ' iprlrt' .i-l" 'JvKil, -fUUi ll'iTil vs. ii f .'v.-, 'i-1" ' - MJftliiiir'- Cl.'il Tl'ff Hons Three' flVe.AHIcte' Foair.ol the CStltarioDRem) r,.,.i:vi .'1 t, sp. "in.'i.ir ei ,innua aif ' Jit' it rMM&iy'tki'(jen&a1'Alffifhf State ef Ohio, tthrtc-fif ths of alt the1 tfei&Ui& elected to each house concurring therein) Jii That a proposition to amnio; the constytatUm of .the Btate of Ohio bo , Submitted to' t&tf t electors of the Btate, brt the second Tflesaay1, of October, A. D. 1879, aa felloWa, lrwtt-ff That neetiona 4 n Aiof ArttokHUsntltlAl' "InJlcUl," bo Aniondad so as to.bejsnd Dfdr' as follows: 'L.r., Sectioh 3. The State shall ho divided Into', nine common pleas district!, ' of whtok tS oounty ; Of '' Hamilton shall eensllttfto'. Oh' which aistnois snail no oi compact territory bonnded-nx oonnty tinea, ana aald jJIatriots.r other tlon saiA. oounty of Hamilton, shaTL. without division ot counties, bo . further dw-. vlded into sub divisions, la each of whtoft,1 and tn said oonnty Df Hamilton, theVceUall be eVeoted by tolectors,theroC'woWr' ively, at least one Judge of the oourt: tt sfm mon pleas forthedistiiot, and residing thecew in. ' Courts. or OommoU pleas shall be held by oW bri moro of these Judges' hi every oounty of the dlstriot, ' a eftea as -mtf W provided , by law and more than one oOTrt' or sitting thereof may Jhs held U the samo time ia eack district - ..' . 'r T .' tas) ' 6.7 la each olstriot' 'taatw 1 th'alf W elected, by ths'stsctors at largo of Suck kti tnet,one Judge of tho district etwrt, br Whemh the district courts la ! tack Abtorietjshall haV held, and is shall receiys such cetnieisattoa as mgjf.B 'provided by law. "District courts shajl be held in each sounty at least oiio" every year. " The Sen.ral ArsesebTymay lnUr crease the aamber of, district oourt JudgefU turoo, ia any aisuiot or aiatitoto, a4 asaf t provide, for . having a. judge pro tmtpoto; hold anT eonrt whenavar BnMitn l Mwi,; of the failure, disqualification, absenoo.'or slekaeaS' wf a Judgo;'afir thS amewatwfV pav-allowed a jadgs pro ttaaore may b tlsJ daotodv Boas ;,Us salary ;of any tadge wlaew: default eauses tho neoeaffty f having the.; pro tempore judge. The timea of holding pleas and district eeartsi shaft fixed by Uw, but tho Oeaeral, Aososshly Saawj ' aniiorxe the Judges ot aald courts, eipees ively, fo fix the times Of the holdlg of said! oarts-'!wf v.,'l w-vVI Ime aicilrl' At said election ths voters desiring Wr, vote ia favor of thia amsndmont, shall have place A upon their baljota tbo word sradieiat eonstituUonal amendment, Tes, and the vo ters who do lot favor the adoption of sail' amendment. taAyf have placodvpoath kakl lots tho words, "Judicial' constitutional amendment, No;1 and if a majority of all tho votes east at said 'election be la favor, of said 'amendment, then said Sections three- and five herein speclfled,hall be and con'J stltuto ths sections ss pumbered In jthS jti&i judiolal article of the Constitution of the, titato of Ohio; and said original 'aeotfona three and five shall beTepealed. rgpeakerof the House of SepnsenUtivei (f j ,r j JABEZ. W- FlTCH,,t (I President at tho fionato. Adopted April 10, 1879. 1 "l'ia- VumatrAtu ov Amuuca, bai6,1 '' ' umc oiuo Beoretary ef .Btaten J,i; t sa ' I, Hilton Barnes, Secretory of btata of the. State of Ohio, do hereby certify, that the fori? going is a true eopy of a joint reoolatirt peered) by tho General Assembly f the rAUUef Ohio. on th. jlOth dav of April, . A, D- 187B, takea. mnn ua original rolls njea in Uils office., . u . - si j,, itestimohy wheroof;-I aannorfri-1 - . L .lierennto snbaflrihed- nW nin.iiiil .d) 8Xax fixed my official seal, at Columbus, the. HUT day ol April, A. D. 1879. MILTON BAKNES. aprlV78m8..U j.i Sooretary of BtateV I'U ro-i.; ' tii 1-W9 RESOLUTION,, sxiw " n.i'.'fi'tfrt ' Sobmltllnff Prepositions foAmem , secuoni wool Article TTre.-Cec-IIob sjsio or Article Three, aod -etioBi Foairot AHtclo Ten' of Conttliurton ,! the State t Onlo ; iii'ii m ii a .r- f w-l'nt hi A ol etht Be U Kesdved by Ou General Atstmbl 0fiis! State of Ohio, (three-fifths of all th members elected to each House oononninr tWfeO That propositions to amend the Conititntim.of the 8tafe of Ohio be submitted to the electors ' of the Stat n th oeoond Tuesday of Ootobea,; A. D. 1879. as follows, to wit: . That 8eotio, . two of' Article two. Section on' of ArticlO three, and 8eotioa four of Artiale ten.be a amended as to road aa JEqUowk 8ectioh 8. Senators and .BenMSeataJjou.r shall.be elected biennially by the electors iarr the rospeotivo counties or dirtriots, at a time preeoribel by law; their terms of offleeehaUJ commence on tho Tuesday next after the first Monday ot January thereafter, and euntinne ' twoyeara. - (r. i ,.. . i i.I! . .Tr '-"" "ABTiCLi'iTi; " '; BSC. L Tho Exooutlv Department shall eW sist of a Governor, Lieutenant Qoveraot, Soot's rotary ot State, Auditor, Treasurer and Attar noy' General who shall he ohosea by the eleo-1' tors of the State, a the plaoo of voting for members of the General Assembly, and at a time prescribed by law. ",,J-l'li Sso. 4. Township offloors shaS b sleeted nar the firet Mondav of Anril b 't)ia 'nWi;oJ electors f their respective township, ia swoh manner and for such terms sot eioeeding throar jrim, aa may oe pronaea oy law. At said election' the voters la favor; adoption, of the amendment of Section two. Article two, shall have placed poa thett bal lots th words, "Amendment to Section two, Article two of Constitution, Tee,-" and thoe? who-do not favor th adoption et eeid ejDeadwt moot shall : hav placed upon their hallots the, words, "Amendment to Beotioa 'two. Article two, of Constitutkm, No;t those who favaVth7 adoption, of Section, one,. Artiole, three, shall , have placed Upon their ' ballots th wrds,' Amendment to Section one. Article three. f Constitution, Tee;" and those who do-not favor the adoption of .said amendment shall .Vat placed opon their ballots the words, "Amende ment to csecuon one, Article three, of Constiro tion.No;" snd thoe who favor ths adoption i . Section fonr.Artiole ten, shall have plaeod npon. their beOlots th words, "AwMdmewS to feW' tion four, Artiol ten. of 0aetltwtiav Ti:"S and those who do not favor ths adoption f said amendment ahell hav plaeed upon their ballots tho words, "Amendment te Sec boa fgui AinuiwB,vi vonsiiiuuon, -tot . JAMBS X. NSAL, , speaker ef the House f RepteenUHves :.:i-.r.'.v .siJi i JABKX Wv PITCH, rrnrt ; f . - Pmidoat of ths Soaat.,vT Passed April It, 1879. , . . xi -vra r.i - - - -ivrn ,viucht ib Uurrxe 8tatbs r Aaasica; Ohio, V n ; v .,i- j Vipi Offloe of the Secretary of State, f r ' 1, Milton Baraea, Sooretary of SUt ipi th 8Ut f Ohio, do hereby oerUfy that th for.' going it a true copy of aa act patted by thwt General Assembly of th StaU of Ohio, n, th 12th day of April, A. D 1879. taken Iron th Mlgfasal rolls filed ta this offloe j ) : ; s .j Ia testimony throf, I hava ksrtl sikt unto subscribed my asm and. tfflxv - ' d my official teal, at Columbus1, th ?3 12th day of April. A. ID, 187.Vf &v -?ln i.w iin-ij.TQlf BARNKS.. , Beoretary t Stat. , April II, 18T9-e. " !i - -" I ,4