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Fttlt THE 1101 IWAVS!
SPLENDID ATTEACTIONS AT
HARMISON'S.
All the new and beautiful Novelties for the Holiday Season in lavish display at
THE NEW ' YORK STORE.
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The Immense Boom Literally Gorged with Fancy and
TKe handsomest .display of SILK, HANDKERCHIEFS ever exhibited in ,the city. Lowest prices erer
known. Splendid assortment offline' Russia Leather PocKet Books, very Cheap. A beautiful and substantial
present" for a lady or gentlcmani??-! v -
- Elcant Silk Scarfs anilTiesVor gents. Splendid' line of new and beautiful Linen Handkerchiefs,' in
hite:and colored borders for EadielGents and Children. A great bargains m these goods. ; -jpfewapd
beaaUful dfcsin8n Plain and Novelty RIBBONS, all widths, Tery-cbiap. .
Something-that will countas aXJhristraas Gilt! A lew elegant and
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' TTerjrTiate Dolmans and Cloaks,
Just received bought, late: Jin .'the. season at a' great- sacrifice of value, which we will not carry over. $25.00
Dolmans reduced to $15.00 $20.00 Dolmans cut down this week to $12 00. Startling reductions in CLOAKS.
$5.00 Cloaks reduced to $3.00; some as low as $2.25. Cloaks that sold earlier in the season at $20 00 cut down
tjlO.OO and $12.00 Cloaks to $5.50. an(l $0.00. Now is the time to spend your cash and save 150 percent,
in value.
Great drives in Worsted Knit Goods. Nubias, Scarfs, Hoods, Ulsters, fcc, all cut down nearly half to
closeStock.- .--- - -
Four cases of'F.ine nndCheap Dress Goeds, jnst jeceived and placed on our counters at 15 to 20 per cent,
-below present ratesi All therl2 cent Brocades reduced to 9 and 10 cts., F ne Lustres, all colors,' all-wool
fiUinonly'12 cts. Many newfand beautiful shades. - Callat the-Maramoth Store. Room on the Square.-
Dec 10, 1880.
HARMISON'S tNEW YOEK STORE.
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"Will pay you Produce
or Cash for your
Broom Corn.
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GALLIPOLIS, OHIO.
Feb. 26, 1880.
HESRY LEVINGST0S.
Fine Wines ana Liquors, Choice
xiruiius oi uigars.
OYSTERS
Served In every style during the sea
son, also for sale by the quart and can.
COURT STREEOVNEAR SECOND.
Oct.7,1880. '
Farm for Sale.
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X Springfield Tp., Gallia Co.,
'seven miles from Qalll polls, and one
mile. front the railroad, containing 223
acres 165 cleared 'and most of It In
"'bide. grass. Good ,'house-, , -stable, ind
orchard-. For further particulars en?
- qulrfe'ofor address "
i&J. i&V ' S. WATTS,
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OHIO
BLUE SULPM SPBIHGS !
JTear Kygerviile,
GALLIA COUNTY, O.
HAVING leased theaters property for a term
.of -yean. I tate pleasure In announcing to
the public that inch progress has beenmnloln
fitting np and imnivln(r the buildings and
spring as to enatuo me to-.entertain regular
boarders and transient Tlsltors. '.
Those seeking a ressoratlon of healthy will
llnd: here. a variety 'of as good mineral and
other water as the world affords: pure air.
beautiful scenery, lorelr roaming- rroves, and
healthy diet.
Those seeking recreation and Innocent amuse
ment, will bare very possible effort made to
gratify their withes.
The entertilnme.it of excursion parties will
be made a specialty of tbls season. A. tine
airy hall, refreshments and music' will be fur
nished on short notice; also stabling.and feed
for horses.
Dr. JOIIKSON, who resides near the springs
and has been prescribing the water in his. prac
tice for several years, kindly offer his, adtlce
ta.:vlsttars In regard-to: tbe use of.'the;wtsr
this season free of charge."
d. b. Jacobs.
July 22, 1880 tf
MILLING.
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a ALESHIRB & CO
DXALXII IX
Flour, Wheat,
, iff Ill-Feed, Sec.
GASH FOT WHEAT.
EUREKA. Ill I Ii S ,
GALLIPOLIS. OHIO.
JAMES GaTEWOOD,
FULLER,
HUTSCiPILLEE ti CO.
JAMES GATEWOOD & CO.,
DEAlF.nS IK ALL KINDS OF
AND
SIIIiVGJLES.
ESaw mills and Lumber Yards on
River Road, east of Mill Creek Galllpo
lls. Ohio.
Olllcc Cor. 3d and State Sts.
Oct. 7, 1S80. tf
MACHINE W0M.
KLENC & DACES
Wish to inform all who may have
anything to do in the Machine Line,
that they are now prepared to do
All kinds of Machine Work,
on short notice and at prices to suit
the times.
I Oiler for Sale
milREE or lour very desirable Build
L Insr Lots, within the corporation
of Galllpolis. Size of Lots to suit pur
chasers. Terms easy.
W.W.MILLS,
July 22, 1880-tf
Bargains.
ITTTAQONS bujlt. and, repaired, at.my
V.Y shop, three miles west of Ewlng
ton. JAMES CRAIG.
Aug. 12, 1880 ly
Best ITaviii in Hunt
ing Township
FOR .Q A I F
rpnE undersigned oTers for salo his
i JL farm of 585 acres, lying bn Little
Raccoon Creek, two miles from Vinton,
on the line of the 0.& W.Va.R'y; 200
acres No.l bottom land on it: can he nut
TVX?IX
purcnase, price 10 buic purcnaser; good
and new buildings on the farm; all In
excellent order. Call on or address
M.i D. J. HICKERSON,
Vinton, Gallia County, Ohio.
Nov 4, 1830 4m -
For Sale.
rriHE' laridboionfflnsr to the John
JL Hutsltinltler heirs, is.focsare'. Call
on W. II. C. ECKEB.
Dec. 2a880 4w,
The nicest cvanetr
Yarns, is at CM. Pillniore
&Co's j k
Dec..2, 1880. 3nr
MOLLOHAN
Has a new ,and complete
stocK oi all kinds 01
(KOODN9
and he will exchange them
for any kind of
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OB MONEY.
"Remember he will not be
UNDERSOLD.
Yacanfc lot for his
Customer's Teams.
Oct. 14, 1880.
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THIRD ORDER OF SALE.
Sheriff's Sale of Eeal Estate.
Win. Russell vs. B. F. McCall.
PURSUANT to the command or an order of
sale from the Courtof Common Fleas or Oallia
county. Ohio, and by virtue of said writ. I will
offer for salo at public auction at the frontdoor
oi tno uurt uouso in me uity oi uaiupoiis, to
said Uallla county and State or Ohio, on
Saturday, the 29th day of January,
A. V. 1881,
at one o'clock p. m. of said day, the following
dccrilied lands and tenements, to-wlt:
jseginning at me norm-case corner or section
twelve -13-; thence running south SO rods to a
corner; thence running; west to BIchard Har
bour's line; thence ruuning north to the Section
line; thence east to the place or beginning: con
taining 40 acres more or less, in Section Xo. 12,
in Township No. 3, ISango No. 15, in the Ohio
Company's Purchase.
Also, another tract in said Section Xo. 12, in
said township and Range, in said Gallia county,
Ohio. Beginning at the north-west corner of
said Section No 12; thence south twelve chains
and fitly lints to a statu from which a gum 12
inches in diameter bears north GO degrees east 21
lints, and a sugar tree 12 inches in diameter
bears north 41 degrees cast 5 links; thence east
51 chains and 20 links to a stake Irotn which a
W. 0. 18 inches in diameter bears north 5 deer.
35 lints, and a White Oik 8 Inches in diameter
bears north 03 deg. west 75 lints ; tbencc north
12 ihainsand 60 links to the north line of Said
Section.to a stake from which a hickory 22 inches
In diameter bears south 43 degrees west 33
links, and a poplar 12 inches in diameter bears
south 28 uetrrees east 34 links: tnence cast
along the north line sf said Section to the place
of beginning, containing 64 acres. more or less.
Containing in both of the above tracts one hun
dred and lour -104- acres, more or less.
Ana also tne loiiowmg tanas situate in tne
County or Oallia and State of Ohio, and in the
Ohio Company's rurchasc, bounded and de
scribed as follows: Beginning at the south-cast
corner of the south-west quarter of Section No.
1, Town No .4, of Range No. 15; thence north 50
rous to a corner; snenceioine unustin tuiaa;
thence with said road up Bull Skin Creek to a
stake; thence east to a stake: thence south to a
stake ei the Township line : thence cast with said
line to the place of beginning, containing 25 and
one half acres, more or less.
Also one other tract or Darcel of land, begin
ning at the south-west corner of the south-east
quarter of said Section; thence north 44 rods
is:
30
uience east oy soma VJ roas; tnence soum
rods; thence west to the place of beginning.
containing a acres ana one nnnarea unu lourteen
rods, more or less; with the privileges and ap
purtenances to the same belonging.
Appraised at tltlA 03.
To be sold as the property of B. F. McCall et
al. at the suit or Wm. RnsselL
Terms of sale cash at time of sale.
Given under my hand, this 21st day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1680.
C. B. BLAKE,
.Sheriff Gallia County, O.
Dec 23, 1880 5w
Sheriff's Sale Chattel
Property.
OK EXECUTION.
M. D. Vaughn vs. George IV. Smith.
BY virtue of a writ of Execution issued from
the Court of Common Pleas ofGaliia county.
and State or Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer
lor sale at public auction, on the farm of George
w. smith in said county or Gallia and auto or
Ohio, on
Tuesday,. the 4th day of January,
A. D. 1881,
at one o'clock p. m. of said clay the foUowlng de
ertbed property, to-wlt: One four ton FalrBank
Stock Scales; One Blacksmith's Anvil. Bellows
ana Vice. Taken as the property of George W.
!mvau "hn 50 MlstT J uagment u favo of M.
tJ3,Tf "fllSJ m nand tol 14th day of Decern-
liQTp A U 1880.
C. B.BLAKE,
Sheriff of Gallia County, O.
Dec. 23; 1880 2 w
A fine collection of Cans Pipes,
Cigar Cases, Fine Cigars, ttoi, at J
MILLS COi'SrDrug Store; -
The Lips that Touch Liquor
The Lips that Touch Liquor Shall Never Touch Mine.
are coming to woo me. but not as
of yore.
When 1 hastened to welcome your ring
at the door,
For r trusted that he who stood waiting
me then.
Was the brightest, the truest, the noblest
or men.
Tour Hps on my own when they printed
farewell'
Had never been soiled by the 'beverage
or lien.'
But theyebme to me now with the bac
chanal sign,.
And the lips that touch liquor shall
never touch mine.
think ot that night
in the garden
alone,
When in whisper you told
heart was my own ;
mo your
That vour love in the future should
faithfully be
Unshared by another, kept only for me.
O, sweet to my soul is the memory still
Of the Hps that met mine when they
ru u r mured. ! will;'
But now to their pressure no more they
Incline.
For the Hps that touch liquor shall
never touch mine.
O, John ! how you crushed me, when
first m your race
The pen of the 'Rum Fiend' had wntten
Disgrace.'
Aud turned me in silence and tears from
that breath,
All poisoned and foul from the challlce
or aentn.
It scattered the hopes I had treasured to
last.
It darkened the future and clouded the
past,
It shattered my Idol and ruined the
shrine.
For the lips that touch liquor shall
never touch mine.
loved you, Oh t dearer than language
can tell',-. .
And you saw It,. you proved it, you
know it too well: ,
But the man' of my love was' far other
that he
Who now from the 'tap room' . comes
reeling: to me:
In . honor , and manhood - so; . noble and
t rignt, - . - x ; .
IIIa heare was so true and. his genius. soi
.bright, ," ,
And his soul was uustalned, unpolluted
Dy wine
But the lips that touch liquor shall
never touch mlnei
You promised reform but I trusted in'
vain..
Tour pledge was.butmade to be broken
seam :
And the lover so false to - his promises
now,
Will not as a husband be true to his
vow.
The word must be spoken that bids you
depart.
Though the effort to speak it will shatter
ray neart:
Though in silence, with blighted affec
tions, l pine.
Yet the Hps that touch liquor shall
never touch mine.
If one spark in your bosom of virtue
remain,
Go fan it with prayer till it kindle
again ;
Resolve, with God's helping, in future
to be
From wine and its follies unshackled
and free!
And when you have conquered that foe
oi vour soul
And forever abandoned the maddening
bowl
This heart will again beat responsive
to THINE,
And the lips free from liquor will bo
welcome to mine.
THE NEW YEAR.
The Stars Predict Blood and
Flame.
[New York Mercury.]
Raphael's and Zadkiel'a Almanacs
for 1881 arc inthe hands of Ameri
can astrologers. A glance at their
outside covers ought to inspire emo
tion. Within, lies clearly revealed
subject, of course, to the usual
trifling miscalculations and differ
ences of opinion the hidden mys
teries that lie enshrouded in the
womb of the coming year. Raphael
rings up the curtain ot 1881 with
A HAIR-RAISING HIEROGLYPHIC
Which would have thrown Charles
Lamb into convulsions. In the fore
ground ia a ghastly skeleton sitting
on a half-open coffin. The griuning
skull wears a serrated crown. In
one bony hand a scythe is grasped,
n the other a large black banner,
with an astrological device having
reference to the conjunction rtf Sat
urn and Jupiter in Taurus on the
18th day of April next Behind is a
volcano in a state of frantic eruption.
In one corner a conple of railroad
trains are telescoping, and in the
background an imposing-looking
city is rapidly reduced to pic
turesque, confusion by an earthquake.
Zadkiel has also a hieroglyphic on
panaramic principles. He deals with
the same cheerful topics, death,
earthquakes, steamboat explosions,
dec, in a less horrifying manner: He
wants to give people who consult his
almanac a chance of sleeping o'
nights. Turning to the text, both
alraancs agree in pronouncing 1881
"A GREAT YEAR."
bpeaking of the first three months,
Zadkiel has the following exhilarat
ing reference to these United States:
"At Washington the seventeenth
degree of Virgo will ber on the
meridian, Uranus having just cul
minated. The ingress of the sun
into Capricorn takes place (Decem
ber 21, 1880, at 3 p. m.) on the cusp
of the second house. These posi
tions are unfavorable to the peace
and .welfare of the United States
during the ensuing quarter. The
people will be excitable, strikes will
be numerous, and dueling will be
sadly fife. Martial ideas will be on
the ascendent Railroads will be
orosnerous. As Jupiter will be in
the fourth house the generaTcharac
ter of the weather, though stormy,
will be favorable for agriculture.
Old Saturn's presence in the fifth
house is inimical to theaters and
public places of amusement; the
falling ,of or destruction of , a great
theatre wonld appear to be indicated.
Science should makefrapid strides,
for the moon'is in the ninth house,
I. .
earneaftlgreat retival or the
"ffca
"A GREAT YEAR." SCIENCE OF ASTROLOGY."
CoBarairig "the great conjunction
of Sajrn -and JapiterV.' oa .April
j.gui,.ppaei writes: "At ivasiiing
ton, Cmer will be rising andMars
will Dob the meridian, aau the con
junctIo.wlll take place in the elev
enth hfuoo. Uranus win be on the
cusp olfthe fourth and the moon on
the simk house. The moon rules
the fige, and being so placed will
give aAch sickness in the States;
but tb chief position is that of
of Man culminating.. This will
cause.cJvil war, and the imposition of
uew wxs, anu suuws iiiat, me. people
will bejnruly, and that the Govern
ment Mil adm.nister the law with
great ..Ulrshness and cruelty. The
'creditSof the States will be sorely
suaken.-anu a disruption In its Gov
ernmenL may be expected. Terrific
tornadoes and storms will be ex
pcriencwl, and shocks of earth
quakes?uoIng an immense amount of
damagie'
It would appear that the conjunc
tion portends disastrous times for
Englanef: "Dark' days are in store
for. Gfeat Britain, and woe be to
those -Who, heedless of the warnings
plamlywritten on the faces of the
heavenajishall ueglect to prepare for
the mighty struggle! The Eastern
qucsliontwill write the future history
of Europe in
LETTERS OF BLOOD AND FLAME."
Tberowill be a partial eclipse of
the sunMay 27th,and:Zadklel, infers J
r . i J 1 . ' i-, .1 1 It . 1
iruiu tut; pusmuus 01 tue uearcuiy
bodies- Jt- the time that there will
be a very high rate of morality" in
Utah Territory, brain fever, sun-
strdkesliphtheria prevailing. The
congress, of planets in tho seventh
uouse ' isuicaies a cuange in tue
marriage laws, and a great amount
of vice tand immorality. Indeed, it
ookaasMf there' would be a complete
overthrow of, the Mormon ascen
dency dtrting the rule of this eclipse.
About June 2lst next, when Mars
oppqsesVthe ascendent of this figure,
great'Vxcitment will prevail iu Utah,
and again about the middle of
August,- when Mars transits Hhe
place of the eclipse."
The sun enters Aries. Aiarcn zotn.
"At Washingtonj" says Zadkiel, "the
ingress takes place at sunrise, Jupiter
arid Saturn being In the ascendant
Venus in" Taurus arid in the second
house, shows a rising revenue and
(the sun being in the ascendant) a
generally
PROSPEROUS AND SUCCESSFUL QUARTER
For the 'Tlnitpd States. -Still there
reill--W1ofiroobkaBatara
the ascendant; and as Mars Is in
the
twelfth and in semi-quarlile to
the
siin, there will be some anxiety
on account or enemies, anu tne
American swords will not yet be
turned into plowshares. The moon
in the eighth in Scorpio and afllicted
by Mars, shows many violent and
sudden deaths, and a high rate of
motality. The presence of both
Mars and Mercury in the twelfth
house prenotes disease among cattle."
The sun enters cancer, June 21st,
1881. "At Washington, at the in
gress, Venus anq Jupiter will Have
ust risen in Taurus; hence the har
vest will be plentiful, and the Amer
ican people will be very prosperous
during the en uing quarter." Zad
kiel states that the coming year Is
certain to be prolific in earthquakes.
'Astrologers have observed that con-
unctions, squares and oppositions of
the larger planets occurring in the
signs ot 'lour us ana bcorpio nave
coincided with great earthquakes.''
Raphael winds up his predictions as
follows: "Although I don't anticipate
the approach- of the 'last day,' yet I
can not close my eyes to the fact
that there will be
STARTLING PHENOMENA,
And such as the oldest living man
never saw before. By the Cabala
nine is a mystic number signifying
completion, and loSl has the sin
gular property of being divided thus:
plus 8 equal 9, o plus 1 equal 9.
Nine is a peculiar number, for in all
its multiples the total 13 9. When 9
multiplied by 2, by J, by 4, by a,
by 6, ice, it will be found that the
digits composing the products, when
added together, give nine. M. de
Maivan discovered another singular
property of the same number. If
the order of the digits expressing a
number he changed, and this num
ber be subtracted from the former,
the remainder will be 9 or a multiple
of 9, and being a multiple, the sum
of its digits will be nine. These
facts tend to make 1881 an impor
tant year, and I look forward to some
grand physical and martial events, to
which at present we are strangers.
It is true the world may be de
stroyed, but the time when this will
happen is known to no one. Every
body is in doubt about it, so I must
leave it, and I must confess that
neither I nor any one else knows when
it will be.
Sun Spots.
New York Sun.
Sun spots that can be seen by the
unassisted eye are rare. Sueh a
spot is now visible to the right of
and below the center of the sun's
disk. By protecting the eye with a
piece or smoked or colored class, the
spot can be ocen like a black speck
on tne smooth, yellow surface. An
opera, glass magnifying three or four
times makes the spot most conspic
nous. A telescope shows it to be
composed of two huge snots, each
many miles in extent, and surround
ed by a vast shadowy border, or
penumbra. A notion may be formed
of the tremendous forces at work
upon, the sun, when it is recollected
that the earth could probably be
dropped, into either of y tho huge
charms that this spot contains. Yet
such holes in-the sun are often form
ed pr closed up' in a few days, or even
a few hours.
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HOiJ l 1 V (;oohn
BROS
PUBLIC SQUARE, GAkltPOLlS? O.
An immense array of
STAPLE DRY UOODS
suitable for
will 13 sold at
Dec. 16, 1880;
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS
ABE CONSTANTLY AREIYING AT
BKIDS HUirS,
PUBLIC SQUARE, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO.
We will mention a few
"Women Kip Double Sole
Grained Standard Screw Uals. bl.
Our uoDular 2.50 and 3.00 Winter Boots always in stock which we claim cannot
be excelled anywhere. Big
Rubber Boots and Shoes
Nov. 18, 1880.
AT
4-
. a Christmas
our One Impartial Cheap
of the many bargains received in the last few days:
Tolka M.. women 1 Kip
stock of Men and Boys Winter Caps.
: .fab
FANCY and
& NOTIONS
Present. All;
AND GAPS
Unlmed Uals. 1. Women
in all Sizes.
Sign of the GoldBoot.
FURNITURE.
AX
IS THE PLACE I'OUUY
FURNITURE
OF ALL KINDS,
MADE by hand, and or Cincinnati
manufacture, the best Furni
ture in the market, and at the
Xiowest Price for Cnsla.
We keen the Latest Styles of all
kinds of Furniture made by skilled
mechanics, and not Old btyle Uoous
made by boys who only receive ol)
cents per day.
We can sell a roll suit oi ranor
Furniture for $35.00.
All Goods warranted as repre
sented. Call and see for yourseir
before purchasing elsewhere.
Goods delivered in City or on
boat free of charge.
Do not forget the place, corner of
Court and Third streets,
GALLIPOLIS. OHIO.
Jfotiee.
mHE Stockholders of the First Na
JL tional Bank of Galllpolis, Ohio, are
hereby notified to meet at Its Banking
Booms, on
Tuesday, January 11th, 1881,
at 10 o'clock a. ru for the purpose of
electing Directors for the ensuing year.
K. UiiL.KTUJU.UrJ, 1'resc.
Dec. 9, 1880 4w
JTotice.
13 hereby given that the annual meet
ing ot the Stockholders of the Galll
polls Gas and Coke Co., for the purpose
of electing Directors for the ensuing
year, wiir De neiu ar. xne iuy uounuu
Chamber, Thursday, Jan. 20tli, 1881, at
7 o'clock P. M.
By order of the Board of Directors,
C. W. HENKING, Sec'y.
Dec. 17, 1880.
Jno. Dages & Co. 'now have the
largest and cheapest line of staple
Wool and Fur Hats in the city.
The famous B. T. Gravely chew
ing tobacco is for sale at L. Z. Cadot
Sc Co's, opposite Public Square.
Fuller, Hulainpillerifc Co. will aell
too a good .cotton top Mattress' for
Ave dollars, In Hayward Block,
corner-State aad Third.4
S. BISHOP & Cfl'S
SADDLES AND SADDLERY.
ESTABLISHED IN
1832.
BE R. . X$jL!L,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SADDLES, BRIDLESo
Harness, Collars,
Waxon and Buggy "Whips:
Lashes of all kinds;
TRUNKS AND VALICES,
LAP ROBES, DUSTERS,
HARNESS OILS,
Trace-Chains, Cnrry-Corabs
ITorse-Brushes. &e.
COURT ST., - - GALLIPOLIS, O.
tyUopalrlnir oromntlv attended to.
Prices to suit the times. jKJ
J. R. Saftord.
T. S. Brows.
DENTIS1S,
OFHCES, SECOND ST.
Aug. 14, 1S79.
POMEROY COAL.
Full supply always on hand.
Also, constantly on hand, the best
Kanawha Lump, Nut and Slack Coal,
the cheapest in the market
My facilities are such that 1 can
snpply these coals, at any landing,
by the float or barge load, and at
prices to accommodate consumers.
Office, at the landing opposite the
Dufour House.
Good Coal 7 cents per bushel.
J. HAMILTON, Agent
Hutchinson fc Baldridge Is the"bn
ly firm that sell the GENUINE OL
IVER CHILLED PLOWS and
POINTS in Gallia Co., Ohio, and
Mason Co., W. Va.
In purchasing always look for the
name OLIVER on the beam.
LADIES Go. to Fuller, Hutsin
piller & Coy and.get one of those
nice Delaware Sewing Rockers.
Hay ward's Block, corner State,
aad-Third streetltae plaee to'get
a nice Platform Rocker, cheap.
GROCERIES. &C.
CHARLES SEMON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
tfroccric,
Conrcciioiiariesj
Previsions, &c,
COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD,
GALLIPOLIS, OHIO,
Respectfully asks the citizens of Galllpo
lis to call at his establishment and exam
ine his stock of
GROCERIES,
Consisting of all articles to he found in a
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are
large and complete; such as
Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &r.
By strict attention to business, selling
at small profits, I hope to merit a sharo
of public patronage.
OYSTERS
by the can and half can of the best
quality, and warranted to be fresh.
COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds
wented, for which the highest market
price will be paid.
O. SEMON.
OIL!
LINSEED, LARD
CASTOR, SWEET,
NEATSFOOT,
FISH, CARBON,
and LUBRICATING OILS,
BENZINE, TURPENTINE
&C, AT
MILLS & GO'S
Wholesale and Retail Drug Store.
Aug. 12, 1880.
lir.
Isaac Scott'H Celebrated:
Liver Pills
Aro a sure cure for Liver Complaints
and all Bilious Diseases. There is no
disease so common as that of the liver,
and no one which so frequently dfr
ranges the other organs of the digestive
system. Dr." Scott's Pills operate pleas
antly and efficiently without producing
pain or sickness.. The most delicate
females or children can use them safely.
Let no one fall to try them, as a sing a
trial will convince any one of t heir
great merit For sale by all Druggists;
Julr29, 1880-ly -
. Goito Fuller; Hutsiuplller. fe Co.
If yon want to" buy, a' toy Table and
Chairs for your children; cornet-
state and Third streets,' la Hay ward?a

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