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THURSOAY, DEC.' 30,
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"Every one has a good word to say of
Gov. Foster for his course on the Sena
- 'i -
Yenner's snow storm was no slouch
after all. From the east comes the re
port that a storm ot such severity has
not been experienced for twenty-flyc
There Is, a strong and growing, sent!
ment in Congress and among business
men generally? In favor of the repeal of
taxes upon capital and deposits or.Na,
tlonal and other banks, and upon.bank
checks. The business of-the country'has
borne this tax long enough. r
Samuel Lee, Republican First;Con
gresslonal District, South Carolina,
serves notice of contest against his
Democratic competitor, J. S. Richard
son. Mr. Lee charges fraud and intim
idation, and in his bill of particulars
gives times and places.- If Lee can sus
tain his charges, Mr. Richardson should
bereivenhis walking papers. It is time
that Congress had asserted jts. manhood
iu snch cases,' and taught all, .sections
that a free, untramraclcd, honest ballot
was the only certificate that could give
the right to a seat in the Xutional Coun
In Congress, Tuesday. Weaver called
Sparks a liar, and Sparks replied. by
calling Weaver scoundrel antTaHj
lain. Then, they .'proceeded ltb"dtaw.
their coats and approach each othervbut
jnenus rotcricreu auu no uiuuu. was
drawn. It all grow" -out of a political
discussion, Weaver representing the
Greenbackers and Sparks thefregular
Bourbon Democracy. 'Expulsion is the
proper and only remedy for such pro
The plan of tho Fathers of the Re
public for counting the Eleator.il vote
meets with no favor from the Con feu
erate Congress. A proposition to count
said vote in the manner it was counted
for Washington, for Jefferson, for Jack
son, and ail .others up to ,1 SCO, . was
yoted-down in the House by a strict
party vote. The party Jias -drifted a
long ways from its ancient landmarks
It has nothing 'to connect It with"the
past bnt its name.
. i - '
Wo have ordered a new. dress for:the,
old and reliable Joukmal, being com
pelled to use smaller type to get in our
news Items. Wo wish our subscribers
to respond to our bills-so -wo cati .make
the Journal tho tiiundcrer in this sec
tion of country.
Tho Democrats arc seeking to .And a
few "weak", Republican, .members of
the Legislature, in bope3.of working up
a successful opposition to the election
of Secretary Sherman fori Senator.., -The
Democrats fear Sherman's ability and
firmness,- and they 'will resort to any
combination to defeat his election. But
it will be political death to any Repute
Iican that 'engages in it.
A Warren, Ohio, .correspondent of 'the
New York; ileridd,' says thatAhe with
drawal of Gov. Foster from the Sena
torial contest "is directly due to the
influence .and . privately' expressed
wishes of the President elect." No
matter. Whoever and whatever the
prompter, the act of withdrawal was a
graceful one, and proves the .loyalty of
the Governor to the Republican parly.
It Is said that tho President, .elect has
decided at least one. .thing in regard, to
his Cabinet, and thatif, that there will
be no Ohio 'man Irfit." It is believed
that. Senator Blaine, can iiave the post
of Secretary of State if he wishes it.
About 2 o'clock Saturday, morning
Walter G. Drury, a drug clerk at Na
poleao, was Ehot audiiistantly Jellied
by General Robert IC. Scott, of tiiat
place, former Colonel ot the Sixty
eighth Regiment O. V., and afterwartf
Governor of South Carolina; The son
of Scott Jiad-been on a Christmas spree
with Drury, and at tile time of. the
shooting 'was In Drury'a. bed jn a room
over the drug store. When Scott dis
covered 'the1 whereabouts of ids son he
went to the store .and -shot Drury, and
in tho. afternoon was takeufin custody
by the Sheriff, , .
The friends of the new trunk-line
railroad. . from Baltimore, ta jCin-
cjnnatt have -no doubt now of its
ultimate success It is expected the
con'trac'tf ' , for podstrubtipn will 'be
dosed daring, the month of .January,
and, that the1 Work will be' begun'
early in.Febrpary. The road-wijl'lie
" ' t.
.'"Notice. Aovenant set Tlcewith the
XartL'a Sapper, yill'.ba b'ejd In Sti
Peter's Episcopal "Church next Friday
evening from 8 toj) .o'clock. &H Chris
tians who" vslsth ti&hdirafia the close of
the ywoTourLifd" 1880.witir'thanks-1
xwwk, aao renew meir preparauen.ior
ww'iMwyeitfiiy a re-consecration .of
The '"wee of prayer"' for 1831 com
mcnces'SundayrsJan."2. " -
A portion ,drroadwarirayYorkg
is now illuiai&ted wJedgcllgljg
iThe CfetholIcrgyirfilcaniOBd, Vg
have inaoguri; aycftdegaluM'
whisky selling Sundayi S M
from San francTsco to China, last week.
At the burning of the Slllburn Hotel,
Toledo. Tnesday week. Henry Seaman
jumped from a third story window anu-
British difficulties Tn South Africa are
.Obadiah .Dawson, jOf, Jq"3-164
sixty-eight days withoqt taking food.
He Is dead aow&Z f -siri :
Tite'ceosus retarns of,Uh glw;Sj
there TaxemoreBiaieSitiHW lmamK
thTcrStory;s V ?
last' week. "a -
Generals Sheridan, Ord and Schoficld
are Roman Catholics.
Mrs. Senator Logan has entire charge
of her husband's correspondence.
Charles Flndling was shot in the leg
In a saloon at Pomeroy, Tuesday week,
by tlieiaccidcntoldlscharge of
,Aiien i. lYycon na:.ue.cji re-UK",
pointed Pension Agent at Columbus. "
Senator Voorlies leeturcd on Ibomas
Jefferson.'at Richmond, Va., Wednes
A gratidson of John C. Calhoun
-wai recently drowned -In San Fran
Dr. J. T?Xind wpsshot dead; by'an
nnknown-'aasassinat Hot SprlngsAr
The report of the contemplated abill
cation of the Czar of -RusMa, is prg
nounced .absolutely unfounded. . .
In various narla ot Rclgium, - the
Hoods arc becoming serious, doing much
damage to property of all kinds
'", Bob Thurman was shot and mortally
'wounded at Versailles, Kentucky, Mon
Hon. ,A,r'T.( Akermati, ex-Attorney.
General of- the United Suites, died
Tuesday night at his home in Georgia.
of inflammatory rheumatism
Diphtheria arid'typhnsfever are"mak
ing fearful ravages in Southern Russia
and. Odessa. , 4fV f. f ;-
f'Tho hog cholera Is ragliig to
alarming extent in Wyandot county.
Ellis Hallv was found dead In Ids
hut near Hecla Farnance, Lawrence
General Samuel Thomaf, Charles
Parrott, T. P. Ogden, S. Churchill and
E. C. Fuller have Incorporated the.
nocking Valley Pipe Company, to be
Judge Woods has'.bcen cofiftrra'ed a?
Justice of tliC'Suprcme Court
.George Eliot, the Jiovullst. died In
London, Wednesday night, after a short
At Belmont, Callfprnin, Thursday
evenin'e.- Sir Thomas vHUkettr. of-Enar-
l 1.1. . . . T ' 1 1 ; tti : J
youngest daughter iof:Senator . 'Sharon
T At,Corsleanaprexas, TliursdayJ'Jhrei
stores" were burned
partVf the city;
Cuyahoga Falls doctors connect rotten
sidewalks with the diphtheria raging
Scarlet fever, is prevailing to a con
siderable extent in the vicinity of Ken-
ten, and some of, the schools have been
closed in consequence.
An engine on the Reading, Pa., Rail:
road exploded Thursday, killing the
engineer, conductor and two brakumen
A company lias been incorporated to'
construct an elevated railway in Cincin
Charles ' E. Smith, elder son bl
Richard Smith, ol the Cincinnati Ga
zette, died Thursday at his residence at
Commissioner Raum favors remitting
all internal revenue taxej exceptjthose
on whisky, .beer; tobacco, cigars and the
Thursday was the darkest day In
Pittsburgh for years. A dense volume
of smokehld the., heavens,-1' and all
business was carried on by-gaslight'.
For the eleven completed months of
thepresentjT'eaivwo havorseut abttud'
000,000 of provisions, an Increase of
$35,000,000 over 1879.
.M 1KB Leary biioc, anujit.'Jstnougnt
fatallv woundedPat Bovlcs at Kellev's
Aims, ijawreuce couiuj-, r riuay;
A large number of brakemen were
1 1 ; ,"1 '' ..,!.' TT 1 . ' ir Vi i
rciiovuu iruui uiu nuuKiug vaueyroau
last week, forgetting. Intoxicated
John Penn, son of Ed. Pcnn, a coal
dealer of Charleston, W. Va.. was
crushed to death by th6 railing of slate
in tho Frederick coal mines, near Can-
Coal miners in the SunflayiCreek-and
Hocking.yallcys.are.pn a strike, because
operators' 'refuse to pay the'm twice a
month. - - -
l'he, Eastern seaboard enjoyedi.:
uortb-east gale-all day Sunday and Sun
dayrtlght, compared "with which the
previous storms of the season -were' as
zephyrs., .Vcsnels .werejwrccked in,fh.o
ruaus uiocKeu witn uic snow anu inc.
The storm began wTthheavVn, and
ended with bllndfng snow anil wind at
blxty nouses have been destroyed.by
floods at Limasol, Sicily.
In London the weather Is as warm
as summer. VioTets arc bloom iiiz In
.1..- mi. " i.'A? ;,V'' 'I'l
but; Kurui-io. x iiri i: uu uiu iiivcru
that a green Christmas ! makes a fat
The. pnblie schools of BurTalo. X. Y..
have been, closed on account, of '.the
diphtheria cpTdem'ic. '
At lrontou, baturUay evcning,4i.party
of, colored women were, celebrating:
Christmas with a big. naYV;.revo)ver,
when, it. was accidentally, discharged,
the sfhot,ttaklng effect in, thftjlght tem
ple of Mary Argo ami produclng.almpst
tnstanttdeath. - ,
Rev.. .Dr. Caabitf..ttte celebrated
The7 Globei TobadCor-ManufactOryi of
Clncinnatl.ffsjipHttlng up,a 'packing
house at-Orowir City.) , , j t : j, f
There were -sa deaths in Cincinnati
ast week. - t , , -
nsy Is selling in'&in Juan Ctfu'ti'tyi
Coi.,-at $300 pSr.fohv ,f ' ,
DavcWlIliamsbh, 'Pilot, ?pf'MIddlei
port, died at-Irontoh Sundajmlght.
" "Mother whatMst art angel'?" tfJXtt
angel ?well,jan;angel isiaf chjjd ,Jbat
flies."' '''But.otherL yhy' does papa
always rcall.-.the,.coqk, .an .angel?"
"Well." explained the mother'.' after a
'ifMHwnta-paus,- 'tbeeawle' Is JgeiHg
to ny imiwif,:,K l7,5
Hiuno FubM. A passenger ontli4
str.Cltyol Irouton, while 'on her up
trip, last Saturday, was tricked out of
one hundred and fifty dollars by Slush
cr and. 'Wliita, Jthe same, parties that
tit. . . ..Li. . i i t..nn i
theBne of lifteafe doilarBeacljtiH
ervnse corn troy on wter.
jCYara Belle?'- say7tlie-SHnpyside
PresV, has made a new'Separtare". ''She
writes on men's clothes very much in
the same vein tiiat men have so long
employed "wheir writing of; wpmens
tlcHter and" vests are worn lower. She
pbjects to great cold expanses of shir W
front at a ball, andsay? that when-.ono
low neck-oresSi anrt-leans
reminus ner oi siiuiuk uuwu um u u
yer,y?SaW sWe expense
nmi trouble of tlius advertising and
mmx i.mH mem
stt tej " arkfliourtlns? m
The Atlanta Constitution asserts that
hc two personages of the late war
whose memoirs will be most cherished
by the people are Abraham Lincoln, tho
Venor's Weather for January.
[Venor's Almanac, 1881.]
As will have been seen from the fore-cast-of
December, J anticipate that New
YMtfacallcfawIll have licavy slelgh
ingi.thia ycarifrfm Montreal to Wash-
IngtbaSD. C.?ad that a cold suap
States about the 7th and 8th of Jan
nary, and rainv days during the month
wlll.be'cxceedingly.few f . $ ft
g.Tlie':second quarter will 'opcirwlth
heavy' snow falls and" terraluate In a
The middle of the month will bring
snow falls which will terminate in
milder weather toward the end of the
third onartr. This thaw? which will
bo interrnnted bv a brief cold spell, will
extend from-abontthe 18th of thejmontU.
'jhtoIFebrtisry;.. 1. ' ;i " ?'.
The record ortiiis month Till show It
will have been a severe one, and tiie
general .wnditfon, of the' weather.wljl
probably remind lis of 'some of what aro
caneu real uiu-iasmuiieu wiuiiia.
Going Forth to Gladden other
'a'yoiingluian'-'ehtered? having-wliat ap
peaml.to bo a cigar! In; hisjmoutlf. He
jWenttb; dmtChandeUerjasdf to light it.
-nnillit tprrililn nxnioEloVf! EnsTrndf- Till
partly 'gave "way, sptne of -thedaiicers
were covered with blood, and-the young
maiv was nlovvij to pieces tie liad
killed, himself by means of ,a dynamite
cartridge. 1 1
Carving Isn't run. A young man
was Invited to carve a hikey at dinner
recently, and before the knife wan ilnal
lv taken away, frnrii him 'lie lia'd iipaei
"a glass of water, 'wroiifched Tiii shoulder,
fliotitlia Ijirtl across ,tne taule luto
ladys lap, and nearly .jaboed a man's
eye' out,- and - it wasn't' a tough
either. l Boston l'ost. ?.
Jno. B. Wood and Mary T. Davis,
das. II. Calloway' and Susan E. Cordell
David IT. Walker and Mary D. Van
Albert Morris and A.rcecnltll Whit
tlngton.' i k. .
Alfred W, Saunders and Augusta C,
t iff r .. .) "i ".r .::;.
uuu. it. u:iut) lima lvmc iiiuy tt:i.u'i
Andrew Stono add Hancv.Wake.
Charles Sidney aud Mary Dickerson.
George T. Nelson andArizona Gray.
MARIAGE LICENSES. OTHER MATTERS.
Thq nh will and JeStmcntJpf Levi Pi
Jones! deceased A w&sft'dmlt'tedttb Pro?
utrixJ jJaua.aOCe U A?. .. 'J.
wm. Boion, Uii.iriH.tii of Jfancy Stet
son nleu hirilnal account,
Transfers of Real Estate.
Guyan Douglas Pntpain to Eliz iboth
M. Daily 43 0-10' acre.?, $500. Henrv
:SwIudler, byC M. Holcomb, Trusteerto
Jeremiah"T'oho't'o'Jrtrob A'.'Unroe and
others, 39L-ncre3, $m 37.
.HARRisqjf llcnryjJieal. and. .wlfo
Martlfa Boster; John lLantliorn.:5fana
Miller, llios. Rose aud wife. Winifred
Eose1. FranclCMi Bo?ter'and wife, Tho
mas H.-Neal liud 'wife' and1 Vit?on M.
Xeal to Francis' M. Neal. lnterestin.7A
acres oflapd of .waiter je--il', deceased,
Siia. -Geo. w. Smith and wife, to
Thomas Altoril, o acres, S26o. Geo. w,
Sinith, by C. B; Blake, .SherliT,"to
1 nomas w. rnorniiy, itijZ' aeros,
18SS 33 Jacob Carter, by e:-B.
Rlakq, Slierllf, to John Davist SO acres.
GREHNFJW.D Sarah Wagoner.: heir of
" . .c.-,. .-r f!
Adam' Wagonerto Colli'' Klfe,40tiic'r'esi
Ohio Stephen . K".Ilprito James'. 31.
Nc.ilG3.1-10 acres,.$1000, John-Green
ro uaviti ureen ua-m-ioii acres, fiiKH).
E. M. -'RIeliardjdn'st 'hflirsl . Kv Chas.
Stuart, Shcriir,.tQ,Ellen:GroeiullO acres,
Clay Abraham, Darstto Alice Darst.
Diilinnn Darst and ffruzella Darst. 1
acrcr$50 Margaret .Wrightland; J6hrt
wrigiiuto .lonn iv. nieai.onc acre,jfl2i.
UrfMiboiia MoKe.in to Kva Waugli,, .8
acra, t'iuO. , . m
Wjlnot Elizabeth. J. Ni al and ITen-
Vn.r fV -TAlit. t:iirJ..- fin nVo 4cnn
Sainui;! Wilson to A. P:irkHi
acrfci, 0Oo..,.. ' ' ' '
AnnisoN-'Klli'..i A. Gates and Thomas
D. Gates to Thoma3 J: QaVei. ' V; of lot
watkius ai. vr;inuiiinStD Henry M.
Brandumr 30'acrel?700: Weill netcfn
Ilawklns" and Margaret EHawkips-.to
Christian Coughcnour, littU iicrei.
$2345., , . "
.-Srai.wnBi.p.r-Robert Steward and
John, Wijson to Andrew Wil'on.,oue
acref, $20.. ,EIa3 Vherhqlt ,to;tHrf
Dorcas Cole, 40 acres, $lpW.. jAdalip?
B.t llatthows' and. JiW4 JVIattlu'w.sjto
EUss 4Vetherholtjrlot?Nos. 59 and Cb in
Robert's addition tblho Villsseof Por-
Xi KKRNJnn t uTaii dTnra ' l?Tv mal o7o
Jampg.Bahe'30 acres, $300 1 i.
I'ark. oart ot" 16ts"49niul KOth llifi-vll-
lage oKOheshlre, $1500. J c !
GAUiirous Crrr-Mary C. -Morchead
to ThomosBpll a'rid.Su8anuah1 Lliitbn,
18-100 of anaerej-tao.-
r.titA fiu7i 'rfli..':in Amis i, -ii
to Isaac E.-Joaggjea, JIO. v Tj
vHogs. T5 market cloicd steadj-,
though we had a declinp during the
week of 2035c At the closo com
mottVabld $j;854 20, fair to good
lighim 25(4 50, fair to good pack
ing mi 45i" SOiselcct buchr3f;
- WnEAr The otTerings at tho close
very light and very little exchanged
hands. No sales reported. Good to
choice 98$1 03.
with prices ranging abonf as fol
lowar Common $2,-253, fair to
j:medium.3253r85, good to choics
Duicnec graoc3$ig4 uu, common to
Yair"hIppeTsJ,,t,"i"i75 go'od to
choice do $5C, good to choice Cdws
$3 754 25, some extra fat dairy
Cows $44 good to. choice Heif
ers $4(2)4 50, cpmmon to. fair Oxen
$3, and good to choice do $4 35
$5,, light -Btockc'rs, oO'OS, and
feeding steVrs;$3 253, 85.; ' .
Common or.nioral law Is a recognized
necessltyi-but fhe recdgnitloh of natur
al law Is peremptory. "White's Neural
gia Cnrg Is tlic universal. blessing.
A summary ot reports ol Uallipolis
Onion Schools for the week ending
Average daily attendance,..' :589
" absence. ..'.'.'.:....'. . ,340
Per cent, of attendance : .'. i ; 93
Cases of tardiness... j-11
Enrollment : 138
Average daily attendance.... 114
! - absence 24
Per .cent, of attendance S3
Cases of tardiness 8
Average dally attendance ,. )50
" " " absence 17
Per cent, of 'attendance 90
Cases of tardiness .... '4'
Nbs. 1M, 5. 7. 8, 1 and 2 (Mill Creek)',
2 arid 4 (Col. Schools) had no cases of
Tho pupils, of the Colored Schools
gave some very interesting .entertain
ments 'on last Thursday, as those who
were will testify.
M. E. HARD
Magic Pain X4ininicnt
Or Sure Pain Destroyer,
For the Instant relief and cure of all
Pains, such' as Rlieiimatism, Sprains
Bruise, stiffness and soreness in the
back and joins, cramps,- .caked -breast,
toothache, mumps and whoopingcough,
also cures scratches, ring bone and big
head In horses.
Mel Etnte H?ov Sale.
THE farm belonging to the.IohnJIut
slnnillcrlieira, situate on the. river
about thrfc miles above Gallipplis, is
tor saic. can on
W. II. C. ECKER,
Dec .1, 1S30
THE SPECIFIC EEMEDT
Will cure hots, colic, and belly-ache in
horses in iron) iu to iu mintues.
Prepared.aud sold by
J. 11. 'SrrAAI Druggist,
Cor. 2d and Pine' St., Galiipolis,A0.
EIO G-EMDE COLLEGE,
Kio Grande, Gallia Co., 0.
THE third term of tho present year
will open Jan. .24, 1831, and the
fourth term April 4th, 1881, each term
continuing ten weeks.
There has been' a gratifying indreaso
in attendance since the opeuing:of:the
.year in,. August, ,the, enrollment .being
greater, than for. the first half of, any
previous year. A "new class beginning
tho studies of the Classical' Preparatory
Course, will be' formed at the opening
oi tne mini term.
For circulars or catalogue addres .the
Dec. 30, 1SS0. 2w
J. H. SiHAAPS .
or Vegetable Liver Pills;
For Liver Complaints, Biliousness,
Headache, Jaundice, Cosrivencss, Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, and all complaints
arising from an unhealthy condltion.of
tne iivur anu btomaciie.-
SETTLEMENT OP ACCOUNTS.
PinflE following .accounts, have been
JL filed lu the Probate Court of Gal
lia County, Ohio, for settlement, and
the tame will be for lltarlug on the '22d
day or January, A. 'iu. ltssi, at 10
o'clock A. M.
Final, account of Ella S. -Johnson,
Auministratrix oi uuaries u. Jonnson,
First account-of David. H. Jones,
Atimtntstrtpr ot .Nathaniel Jones, de
ceased. , j
"First apepunt of James Miller, Ad
ministrator of Jacob Vance. decea)uil:: '
Finifaccoilnt' of George P. Davis! Ad.
iriinidtrator of David t5. Schenelleld,
ueceaseJ. ; . . j,
Final account ot William. Boicc.
Guardian of 'Nancy Stetson, imbecile.
Final account '6f. ThomajjE. Davis,
Executor of Evttii Davis,' deceased. '
Firstnnd dual accouut'of C. 'M.- ilol-
cpuj.b, Guardian; .of "Virginia DJllon, 51
'First,accpuirt ofJohiiTlrothcrs, Guar
dian' of tfienmln'br' heirs of Clatidlns J.
Brother", 'deceased. ' ' '
itfiTBt account of faylvester P.; Wood,
i&ieeutor ol Charles U.W ood, deceased
; S.JX.CQWJOENi .
, ., -Prphate Judge..
JDeF..30,18SQ-3jvN, ; " u
Jy H. SHAAF'S
A nleasant. safe and sure Medicine
for cxpeilM)gvWprms .lro'rDthe'sysW'm).
Nelson B. Sisstfn aud' T. C. Gwinh,
pl't'ffs, against Thomas jHwBrandura;
defeudfent. jBe.forft ,W. ,H..Atkinson,
J. P. of Springfield township, Gallia
-ISSdi saidUustice iisued air order
of Attachment in the above action for
thqsum of. $123 lf'! . ,
fragrantandilaating perfume; nAstir.
passed'or' its; permanent and delicate
gualltles. ,Wr x t, rxlKt
x 'Be; Warned.' .a
her orderr t vttp ttife aft ft ftiF'iS
rt t . iMRS,'iSUSAAXf'J,-,
,ChlldrertRiuI igregfn people as weir
llko pltasibt remedies, ,Ali parties are
suited ill Denlg'a Cogh Balsam since it
isTnot onlypleasant'"to take,.bnt cures
natarally sad is always effective. Only
afedifor bekie holding one-fourth plnt.
There Irno one article In the Hno.of
medicines that gives so large a return
for the money as a good porous strength-:
eulcg plaster, such a3 Carter's Smart
'Wee'd'afidT Belladonna Back-achaPIas-
HAVE YOU EVER
npwnany, perspg to be sertpnsly III
vrithoiit a weak stomach or inscttve liter or
itdtiejiT And when' tbeo organs. ari in 'good
condition dp you- not.flml ttieir iioescssorienjoy
lng good health? Tarker's Ginger Tonic always
regulate; these important organs, anil nerer
rail to mako the blood rich and pure, and to
strengthen, erery prt or tho system. It his
cured Wndreds of despairing invalids. 5n.sk
your neighbors about it. Sec other colamu. .
5000 lbs. of Dried .Apples and
Peaches. . M. MQLLOHAN.
"Oct. 14, 1880 3m
To Whom' if may Concern: "Wc. the under
signed, citizens or Athens, do cheerfully and un
hesitatingly testify to tho wondernd mwlical
qualities of IC SETII HART'S CKUU1
aVUUF. Wo have useil it lor a number of
years, and can conscientiously recommend it tq
all onr friends as a certain cure for Croup.
Whooping Cough, and common colds incident to
"James D. Brown, Cashier of Hank of Athens;
Col. U.W. Raker. Clerk or Courts: Ber. David
U, Woore; Caiit J. L. Kessingerr Capt. W. W.
Kurtz. P. it : T. II. SheMoa, Cashier First Na
If yon want to get the best Plow
Point in the market, call on Kling
Jno. Dagcs or Co. have supplied
a long .felt need by. securing the
nicest line of infants and childs best
Phiia. Custom Shoes that was ever
brought to the city.
For Cositlvcness. When the con
stlpatipn Is of recent date, a single dose
of Kerr's Dandelion and Kldncywort
tills will sufKce. But if it is habitual
one or two pills should no taken every
night, gradually reducing the frequency
of the dose until a regular habit is ob
tained.' 25c. per box. Copyright se
cured by Kerr Bros., Galli.rilis, Ohio,
Voltaic Bolt Co., Mnrsltall
Will send their ce'Icbrated Electro
"Voltaic, Belts to the afflicted ttpo
L30 days trial, speed' cures guaran
teed. They mean what tuey
Write to them without delay.
Nov. 20, 1879 ly
An iniineusc line of beautiful an
comnlete Sewinc Caskets and. Work
4 , ,
Boxes; nlso a full line of Perfumery
and Toilet Goods, at KERR BROS'
Fuller, Hutsinpiller dtCo. will sell
vou & cood Walnut, Wardrobe for
fourteen dollars, at Hay ward's block
Toys, Gaines, Dolls and Fancy
Goods, in endless variety and al
prices beyond competition, at KERR
For Xour Girli
The most beautiful and elegant
line o'f Pearl and' Shell, 'Card Cases
Autograph Albums and . .Caliin
Cards ever brought to this city, at
Will sell a Bureau, Wash Stand
and Bedstead, for twelve doljars, at
Fuller. Hutsinpiller .& Co.
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The best family Sewing Machine
at Moch's Glotliipg. Store, , .
Go to Fuller; Hutsiopillcr & Co
get one of. those nice Delaware
Rockers for children.
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Go to the corner State and Third
streets, in Hayward s Block, and get
a "Bedstead, with Hardwood Posts
and Hardwood Bracket Side Rails,
for the small sum of two dollars and
Qfty cent's, not made by boys at fifty
cents a flay.
Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller . & Co,
and set a good- Spring Matrcss for
twelve dollars. It is cheap.
FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & CO
and gct'j'ou a child's Bedstead, for
three, dollars and fifty cents.
' i '
Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co., corner
State and Third streets, Hayward's
Block, keep on hand a largo assort
ment of Looking Glasses: also the
PlaWs for filling frames as follows
10x17, '75c; 12x20 at $1.10; 13s22
at $1.35; 14x24 .at $1.50; 15x20 at
$2.0P; 1Cx28( at $2.50; 18x40 .at
$5.00; .we diave bed casters by the
set at 25e'i also Table Casters at
Aspect datdebes' Turn-
eryoraade is at, Piltmore's."
Dec; 2,1880". 3ra
fl u , . 1
Inkstands' and 'Paricr-
.weiglits,i1n,ryst"aT, Iridescent, -Bronze
and iNickle .ware, all styles and
prices; at KERR BROSf.
Elegant Carving Sets at Bovie,
fromjtwe'ntj-Qve dollars to thirty, at
Fuller, Hntslhpiller & Co.
I'l - 7-
My .stock of; Bopts, "Shoes, Hats
and Cap3, and Store Fixtures; also
lease, on, Store-house. To.,any ..one
wishing' to; engage in biisihess this
ii'' 'eo'dd bpportuniti'. Will trfke
gobd eal Estate ia "part pay. Rea
pons fjorsejlingare:, ,I,ani gojng tp
connect .myself with a Cincinnati
Shoe. Manufacturer after! January
lfc$188h 1 s . ' 1 '
Dec. lc, isso.
Being sold at greatly reduced prices to close
Dec 1C, 18S0.
out a large stock, at
Has returned from Cincinnati and
will bo in Ids offlco at GALLIPOLIS
until tife- first of January, 18S1, and
will continue to give his special
Our Mirrnbb ot treating Diseasks
op the Lu.vas Is now considered bv all
to up. tne ouiy iruo Aicinou 01 treat
ment. It Cures Wieu Hi Otters Fail,'
Yet we do not claim to put New Lungs
In people, we only claim ;to do what
All Diseases of the
Such as GiiANUtAn Lids, Ulcers
Watering of the Eyes, orOver-llow of
tears, faunas or senilis, cureii aim
with a New Method of Treatment.
Cross Eyes Crt k One lite,
Wo use no Nitrate of Silver, Sulphate
of Copper, Zinc, Lead or painful
astringents whatever. Our Treatment
is PAINLESS. Wo use the latest and
most approved instruments for exam
ing and testing the Eye. Patients as a
general thing can. return home the
DO HOT DESPAIR THOUGH
Most ofhe-lDiseases of
theEap are Curable.
Do not -let vour children become
Deaf bv ulceration' orsdischarges from
tho EAR when it can be cciusd.,
In most all-cases of along continued
discharge from the Ear, deafness i? the.
result. Why not then, begin In tlmd.
When the Ear-Drum has been partially,
or even enrireiy iiesiroyeu, we an
Insert ait artificial one, by which the
patient Is enabled td' hear well.. But
do not wait for this; begin in time.
For. further particulars call 011 or
E. 6. ALCORN, NT. D.;
GALLIPOLIS,- OHIO. .
ESPOIitec 011 '4th street, iust above the
Deo V; 1880
S. Ml Branybcrry will make yon
nice fitting.snit at alow; figure;
S OF THE
Osa. ITine Street, near the Bridge,
OEAOK-BAEGAINS AT THE NEW FAMILY GEOOEET.
Wc can sivoyon Inside Figures on TEAS, new and old-crons. "We can
Vivo vou Inaidii FisinrpB nn SITOARS. Wo mill qoII vm, Smna C.niTno
Canned G pods; Cigar's a'u'd Tohacco, and Country. Produce at' Bottom
Prices. . ' '
Our Stock ife New and Fresh and Wo Have Come to. Stay. JW"e'wiIl pay
the Highest Cash Price for -
Wo have Fresh Pork and Corn for
Dec. 16, 1QS0. tf.
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Farm ana 111 Properly,
T7-NOWN as tho Watson Mill, on
Jt Cainpalgn'Creek, in Addison town-
siup-, uniila t;o., utilo, situate -miles
from Os A W. Va. R. R. and Ohio
River. For price and terms inquire
of or addre
ArW.- KEItNS, "Rxectltor,
Dec 2Ji, 18S0-2ni
INFORMATION is waned In regard
. to the, present residence of. Jacob
Woolcy.' Ho went to California" about
18C7, and for somo years resided In San
Francisco. He was born in Gallia
County, Ohio, ahd was a soldier In the
27th jtegiment.Ohlo Inmntry.
JOHN E. MoDANIEL,
Alice P O., Gallia County, Olilo.
Dec. 2a, 1889 3 ,
I7OIt which the Highest Market Prlco
7 will be, Paid; when' delivered at
the" Anchor Mills. '
GEO. W. CLAUIv.
Dec. 23, 18S0. tf
1 Redemption of Land.
VTOTICE-ls hereby, given 'that money
JL3i . has hen deposited with the Treas-
lirnr nf flnlli'i Prtitnt-tr Olifri. In i nin ril-'
ance with the statute lri such cases
made and provided, for the redemption
or29"C acres of land In west part sec-
hr',m -7f,n,-?T- V'-iT-f'i
.fanV 20th, A. D. 1SS0, rtrdl purchased
I. n -v. smin,ora.,on,i t.mi.wK tnw,i
In the name of Marrrarc't -Erwtn. and
tlie.deposlt was made by C.V. Wiggins,
wno now-owns raiu-ianu. - -
Auditor Gallia County,
Dec. 23, 1880. 3w
TnE iwrtnerMiip .heretofore existing
betweon the undersigned is this
day di?olvd by mutual consent. ' I
au persons indented to tna iirnnnust
promptly-pay. tho saroe,to.W.- W. Mills,
aud those having claim ng'aiifsc tho
drm will be paid by W. IV;. Mills.
tiaiiinolis, Ulilo, ucc. IU. bbV.
V. W. MILLS,
J)ec 23, 1830-8 w
FOR 'OHPEir HMDS;
Face, Sorb :lApi, '&cT, use
Prepared and sold by
Cor.- -2it hnd - Pine; sUGallipolis. O,
Uf c ;jo, isso tr ,
POKTSACT OR AUD BUILDSS.
' 'TATJUTVrt lr 'k T T TTATTP t
Brict M and Masonry.x
GRATES A'NO' MANTLES SET
ON SHORT NOTICE.
itWPrAt -J. X Cadot's. odd. Public
Vmem. for. Sale. . ,
nnilE' subKcrlber .'oilers lor s.110 nis
JL5 farni of one hundred and. sixteen"
acres, two miles fronvGallipblis, on tho
d outbuilding? good, Ttor rurtner
rtlculars'li'ddress or enquire on the
Sept; 2, 1880.
J0SIAH ALLEN'S WIFE
, IIuk "Roto" a
The Bust and Funniest op all.
MY "WAYWARD PARDNER,"
Or tho Account of SaraiDtlia's Trials and Suf
IcrlnRS with Her Husbaml. Josiab. etc. This
will be tho Ia'lliifc Hook ortbo Season to Sell.
Agents Wanted in every Town. Don't miss It,
but send for Circular at once and secure terri
lOUGLASS BROS., 53 "flT.Gth St ,
A YEAH nmlexncnsc toteents.
tlutllt Free. Address P. O. VICK-
KI . Allfnlfifft- MAIi
Klegant Cliromo Canls, New styles. 10c
JONES & CO., Nassau, N. Y.
Opal Oil Can.
The object of this Invention is to
krcji the flame from getting into the
can, land thereby prevent the many
accidents that occur almost daily by
tho, explosion ot the common Coal
Oil' Cans now in use.
When the can is tilted in the act
9 pouring, the valve drops forward
'and permits the oil to flow freely,
but the instant the can is. righted,
the Talv2 drops back to its place; and
, ,, 1 . .. .f.
closes all communicatioa with the m-
'tcrior of the can.
Eeasons for using Bcnncts's Pat
ent Oil Can:
.1. It is non-explosive, hence can
not explode when filling a burning
lamp or used in kindling Srcs,
though not made for a fire kindler.
2.1 It is more convenient than Iho
ordinary can, as the working of the
.lever vent is quicker than unscrew
ing tho top to give tho can vent when
3.; It saves time and trouble of
unscrewing and screwing on tops,
removing and replacing stoppers
every time the can is used.
4. It can be carried in a wagon
or buggy, and will not spill by joit-
5.4 Being self-closing, it does not
require a stopper of any kind on the
li.i It is the most economical, be
cause it is at all times ( when not in
the act of pouring) air tight, there
by preventing loss of oil by evap
oration and saving the cost of the
can the first year.
. 7. Uy being air tight the gas 13
retained in the oil, thereby, giving a
brighter and clearer light than when
allowed to escape. by evaporation.
s. Having a convenient uanoie on
the side, enables you to operate the
can. with one. baad, leaving the other
hand free to hold the lamp or raise
the wick, &c.'
9 It is the cleanest can made, as
Iarapca'n be filled 'without over
flowing or spilling.
10. it is the cheapest in me
end being made by experienced
Korkmenof the best chareosj tin
and best materials throughout.
For-"sale at manufacturers -prices
only by J. M. KERR & CO.
Dec- 2:1, mm 11a
Go. to Poller, Hutsinpiller & Co;
and get you a comfortable utuce
Chalr,which they, will sell you cheap