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THURSDAY, DEC. 30, 18S0.
Happy New Year.
The Journal will be found on sale
at the Boo? Stoke of W. IT. Mit
chell, where also can be bad,proinpt
lv each day of publication, the
Cincinnati Daily' Gazette, Commer
cial, and Enquirer, and where also
subscriptions for either of the Dai
liss or Weeklies may be left.
A Quiet Wedding.
DAGES N JS tv TO N A t the resi
dence of the bride's parents in this city,
Tursilav evening, uec. aau, 1880, bv
Rev. M. B. Wilson, Jko, W. Daces and
Miss Kate M. Newtox, daughter of Dr.
W. a. .Newton
The wedding was a quiet aud elegant
affair, only relatives seeing the young
and prosperous couple off on their
journey in life. The groom is a mem'
ber of the firm of Jno. Dages & Co., a
quiet and excellent young business man,
standing high socially. The bride is
handsome and "accomplished, and a
fitting mate for the groom. She was
richly dressed in white gros-grain silk,
trimmed with orange blossoms. Many
relatives from abroad were present.
The supper was all that skill and ex
perience could make It. The following
Is the list of rich presents received:
Mr and Mrs Dages, bed r.oom set of
furniture; C T Dages, parlor lamp;
Misses Emma and Nellie Dages, tea
set; Miss Millie C Dages, tidy; Mr and
Jttrs Stenhen' Newton of Marietta, oil
painting; Mr Jno Newton of Marietta,
gold coin; Mr and Mrs D E Newton,
Hartford City, V Va., French clock;
Mr and Mrs G H Lord, Harraar, O.,
chamber, set; Grandma Newton, set
solid silver tea spoons; Grandma An
drews, set solid silver dessert spoons;
John W Newton, silver castor; (Tattle
A Andrews, glass fruit dish and set of
goblets; Mr and Mrs Jidwaru.wiison,
pair celery sianus; Mr auu sirs tv u
Andrews, dozen silver knives; Mr and
Mrs P II Stevenson, silver syrup can
Mr and Mrs Jas V&nden, clock; T It
Hay ward, card table; Mrs Helen Hay-
ward, cami) chair; Mrs C N btenhenson,
linen towels; Mr and Mrs W C Ilay-
ward, pickle caster; air T fc Lord,
Harmar, set silver nut picks; W II Lord,
Harmar, fruit dish; Flora, Alice aud
Fred Dages, silver cake basket; Mrs
Theo N Wilson, silver vase; Mr Theo N
Wilson, card case and cards; Mr and
Mrs Geo S Beall, Parkersbnrg, card
receiver; Mr and Mrs W G Fuller,
marble-top center table; Master Burt
f uller, majolica pitener; Mr anu Mrs
Frank Dages, lull set tin-ware; jus m
Kerr, dozen silver knlvps; Mrs Kerr,
worked tidy; Fred H Kerr, sot of
carvers; Solomon Hayward, work box;
Mr and MreHJ Vanden, pitcher; Miss
Annie Vanden, tidy; Hon G W and Mrs
Moredock, Hartford city, W Va, solid
silver nle knife in case; Blanche Lord,
Harmar, vase; Mr and Mrs J C Hutsin-
piller. camp cualr; i-annie itoiioway,
pin cushion; Mr and MrsW H Mitchell,
pair bird pictures; Mr and Mrs It I)
Cooke, Marietta, bird picture; Mr and'
Mrs Charles K Talbott, Covington, Ky.,
pair napkin rings; Mr anu Mrs ii a
Gentry, call bell; Miss Maud Sanns,
call bell; Bcv and Mrs 3,1 Wilson,
pair venitian glass vases; Frank iieil,
fern picture and easel; Miss .Flavia
Stewart, napkin ring; Miss Mary C
.Graham, pair silver and crystal v?ses;
Miss Myrtle nalliday, table cloth: Bert
Hanson, dozen napkins; Mr and Mrs
JasH Sanns, plaque: Mr and MrSlS1 F
Neal, pair silver and crystal vases; Miss
Ada II Bicker, Ironton, O., fancy hood
and lace tidy; Miss Bowena P Cooke,
lovely boquet of natural flowers; Mr
and Mrs John L Guy, pitcher and set of
goblets; Miss Lizzie De La Matrc, of
Maysville, Ky., a towel sham; Miss
Clara Perry, natural orange blossoms
Jacksonville, Florida. Jay
of the City Council in
The duty of the City
regard, to the Town Clock 13 plain and
without excuse. The facts are not dis
puted. Two years ago the County
Commissioners, after conference' with
the Seth Thomas Clock Co., decided to
buy tho present To wu Clock for the
sum of $1050, provided the City Council
would pay $400 of this sum. The
Council voted to pay this $400, and
entered its action upon record. That is
plain and binding.
Afterwards, the same .CIty Council,
not satisfied with what it had done, but
believing that the Clock ought to have
Illuminated dials, in called session voted
another $450 for these dlals.'and again
pledged Its honor and that of the city.
to pay this $450 to the Commissioners,'
making a total of $350, If tho Commis
sioners would contract for :i Clock'witfi
said illuminated dials, Involving" al
together an expense of $1500. The con
tract wa3 accordingly made. Still plain
What next? When pay day camo the
City Council refused to pay the $450 for
the Illuminated dials, alleging in bar
that they were not what the agent
promised. Suppose they were not,
whose fault is it? Not tho Commis
sioners certainly .for they hadnothlng
to do with tho purchase, except, after
assurances from the City Council that.it
wonld pay for the same, embodying them
in the coutract with the Seth Thomas
Clock Co. The Commissioners -failke
refused to pay, and suit was brought on
the contract. Here was an opportunity
for the city to make good its charges of
fraud. It failed to appear In Court; and
the Commissioners, having no valid
defence to offer, promptly settled the
suit by payment in full.
The City Council is alone In default.
.It has but one course to pursue make
good its promises and pledges. The
Commissioners simply occupied the
position of endorsers, and to ask tor
compel them to pay your dcbt3 is "an
outrage upon good-faith. Such, a .trans
action in private affairs would not bear
We can find no excuse for the Cquh
ctl. It contracted to ,p'ay-$850 toward
the purchase of the'Clock, and-lts plain
duty is to stand by its clearly expressed
-The children ot the1 Presbyterian
Sunday School were feasted, at Henking
Hall Tuesday afternoon.
That Clock. Fried, Frizzed and Frosted.
- -rA change jbs maueAonuay lit tuo
time oi ieavipsA-incinaaii enne morn
I . '' ' fl V. Y". T- T.
I .nn. leovAS f Q S 'II, ( n 11-1 1 1 rrll-rt f
sure connection at the junction with
? j . ZI'.H St1-- .. .,V"Vri ti
me noon inmi on uieu; cs r.. va. xv.
R., making the time from Cincinnati
to Gallipolis less than eight hours.
There were Ave Christmas trees In
the Clty-SaturJay. - . S
Mrs.'Cathcrine Williamson", mother of
Mrs. Sallie Swanson, of Cheshire, died
at Portsmouth, last --week; at the age of
Hon. T. B. Cllne and wife, of Milton,
W. "Va.yare In (he city to spend the
Frank A. Norton, of Portsmouth, is j
Tislllng relatives in this city.
Ed. Vanden and Floyd Keller were
out in the woods three days last week:
They killed In that. time 120 quail.
Miss Kate Dillon Is at Portsmouth
spending the holidays with fier parents.
Miss. Josie Pease, of Guyandotte. W.
Va., Is visiting Miss Lizzie Hamilton
Madame Miller, seventh daughter and
colored clairvoyant, has located in this
city for a short time: Now, ye young
maidens without a mate, go and seek
The family of Capt. C.A.Johnson,
of Buffalo, WJ,. Va., have become resi
dents of our city.
JnO. Glanvillc, of Rio Grande, ,0.,
Is .teacning music on the Kanawha
Will Summers, son of' Capt. .fas.
Summers,' has taken Unto himself a
wife at his home In California.
J. If. Scliaaf, the druggist, had the
finet Christmas tree in the city.
Freddie, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,T. B.
Stone, died on the 17th, of diphtheria.
Freddie was a bright, Intelligent boy, i
universally liked by nil who knew him
The sympathies of the neighborhood
are witli the bereft parents. Symnie3
correspondence Ironton Kegister.
E. S. Trusaell, junior editor of the
Pomerov TeUgraph, was married to Miss
Coostantla L. Hendry, of Baltimore
The .Maddy Brothers, owners of the
Chesapeake, have purchased thoA.L,
Eggs retail here at25 cents. At Pom
eroy 33 cents. Good chance for a spec
ulation. At ironton 50 cents.
Meigs county sent 1,800 dressed tur
keys to Pittsburg, last week.
Sleighs were hired during the snow at
per hour. "
Jas. M. Neal will assise at the Pres
byterian Concert, this week, at Ironton
The new Brass Band will give an in
vltation dance on New Year's Eve, at
Miss Mary Ferard ha3 gone to South
Charleston, O., on a visit.
Mrs. Frank J. Halllday is taking her
Holiday at Delaware, O.
The new Brass Baud is improving
very rapidly and will be enabled to
appear on the streets ln,a short time.
Prof. C. S. Smart was in town, last
Ira Baer & Sou auctioned their goods
on Thursday, for the purpose ot
closing outbusinefs. Bub Bear will go
T. S. Esterbrook Is to be tho Sta
tion Agent at Middleport, on the Bail-
road. a- s'ltr
Gco. S. .Beall. manager . ofHarml-
son's .store at .Parkersburg. W. Va.,
been quite sick with lung fever.
A little girl while walking on the rail
road track thls.sldq, of Cheshire, was
taken up by the cow-catcher of the
gravel train ami carried a distance of
nearly half a mile. If the boys In 'this
town would heed good advice they
would'kecp off the' track, and not only
save the rail road olliulals anxiety, but
every ono who .sees them in their foolish
A tarinar. named Keck, at' Hawk's
Station, was 'robbed last week of $517,
robbers' leaving 5 byis of tho .de
nomination of $100 and 2 fifties un
touched. It is supposed that home tal
ent' worked the job.-
A stianger was pulled Wednesday
night by. the Police. He claims to have
been robbed of $15 by some saloou loaf
ers. , S
The young boy of George Miller, cm
ployed at Alcsbirc's Mill, died on Tues
from of last week.
.Juo. T. Miller, tho coal miner, is
working a mine- of his own on the
iraiiroad.'antf will shoctly ship here.'
Will nolloway, killed 22 rabbits In
severi hours' on' Wednesday. Next..
Sherlft1 Blake has been-confincd to the
house, by sickness for a few days.'of last
Supt. C.. D. 2orrJs Informs us that
they expect to put tho other train
through to Ponieroy this week. The
seiiedule will norbe ehaiiired.
The trains continuing on to Pomeroy
the first two days were heavily
ladened, which shows that the bus
iness; Is likely to .be heavy. Thurs
day's train had SOji&ssengers for Pom
eroyij f si"." :- - P
Jnoi A. -Hamilton J tfeo,
purpose of mining coal and fire
clay. They will commence operations
soon as the" weather will permits !
AT. S. 'Duttoiir Station ' Agent' at
Cheshire.,, Mr. .Moriarlty is the tele-
from fart Keck, or'nawkV
grapb operator at thai point and will
continue' until ,Mr. D, is .Instructed.
Western tfnion and Railroad tel
egraph lines will be combined at that
Prof. Collins has gone to Utlca, N.
where Mrs, Collins, is. Theru Is a
vacation of '-'two weeks" 'at' the Gallia
Several Masons were oirt.Monday
evening in attendance upon the Mason
celebration at Vinton Monday eve
ning. They say the entertainment was
truly entertaining. '
Hetiry Maigeis in 'jail Tor enforcing
ideas of strong family government
"Warden, McClelland & Co., are-tnak-Ing
shafts for a "new boat bulldln" at
Point Pleasant, W.. Va., for the Kanaw
ha III ver. She is 135 feet long", and is
receive' old machinery, the' encrfnna
having cylinders 13 inches in diameter
JJS .iees sirotte. .one is expected to be a
last stern wheeler. Marine Journal.
Miss ISettie Bunker of the Public
Schools, Is spendlugtbe H61ldays at her
bonie In Mt. Gileaa, O.
A girl to Mr, and Mrs. Chasi Rust,
A reception was1 given to Jno. W.
Dages and bride, Friday evening,-at the
residence-Of. Jno. Dages.
Xnteresting serviced 'were held, at the.
Episcopal church on Saturday ami Sun
day. The .cbjldren of the Sunday
School gathered Christmas- evening,
and wore treated to a fln'e Christmas
tree. ' 1
The .suppcrahd uance'at tho-.-Eoitan
Club Booms, -Thursday evening, was
said to hare been the most elegant affair
in tho'history of the Club.
Geo. Herbert of Columbus, was down
Christmas and gcnlallzcd with tlio boys.
Charlie, son of Wm, Ward, is home
for the winter. Charlie bus pre-empted
a farm in Kansas and is dolus well.
Go and do likewise, boys.
The widow of Hugh Thorn was paid
$1,000 by the Forresters last week.
E. P. Shine has gone to Michigan to
attend a re-union of his family. And
the young ladies of Front street have
spent a dull Christmas.
A new tea house, exclusively, and a
new wholesale liquor and grocery com
bined are talked of- for next spring, in
Merchants have spoken to us regard
ing lock boxes in the Post Office. They
want the outside doors open day and
night too. Who will agitate tliejiroject?
Miss Bowena P. Cooke spent her
Christmas at Zanesviile, O.
Mulllneux's planing null has stopped I
for repairs. It is probable that some
new machinery will be put in, also.
Miss Lucie M. Walker went home to
spend her Ilolidays. .
Joe Silverman and Jacob Frank at
tended a wedding at Middleport on
Prof. Chase and lady of Pomeroy,
spent the Holidays at their old home
Marlon Cline, now one of the popular
clerks in Hudson ISro.'s store,, will, on
the 1st pros, enter the establishment of
J. IV llalllday & son, Gallipolis, as
traveling sal eiman-JIiddlepo'rtncrald.
3Iaj. DowningVandJamily are spend
ing their Holidays here.''
Joluf .nansher, of Morgan township,
received a,warrant lastiweek for,742.13
pension arrearages duo him. Fortune
favors the lucky. v
Matthias Hoi comb.' of .'Huntington
township., has ,had his .Morgan Raid
claim of $80. nllowed by.nhe -Treasury
Department at Washington. .
Messrs. Ji M. Kerr ijCojmad.e each
of their employes a handsome present on
Christmas V - ""'
B. T. Ehos was. the recipent of a pair
gold spectacles, on Christinas., from
the "workraenInthq -employiofiEnos,
inn &cSF rr : .e- M
C. tWUenklng had. a'nice jjChhstmas
tree for the little folks.
Charles A. Hill and wife celebrated
h ei r; tin . wedding C h rlsHraasri igh t.
Father Gam'ber-ts ihColumbns. at
Large forces of men are now. employed
varipds points out)ie C- t II. V.
R.'putting down inilesof siding.
the opening of spring "not less than
thirty miles of double track will be
built. This demand for a' double track
been anticipated by the-sasacltv of
tne. railroad management "and lor the
last two years aljthe'brldge-abutments
have been built to take"on. when
needed, a double-tracki Hocking Sen
tinel. ' "
The tow-boat Magnolia dropped, hero
Saturday a largo Supply of o"al for Jon.
J; MvKerr & Co. invited-their em
ployes into the 'salesroom - Christmas
told them to help themselves. Wm.
Johnson, their salesman received a
present of a billion the old Gallipolis
Bank for $100, beiiig quite a curfoslty.
The big .snow 'filled. ouQstores witli
Immense number of, customers. The
sales of some of bur merchants footed
$800 for the days.
C, Fred Henking Is thp recipient of a
tino"ornamcntcd cake from S. S. Marvin
Co., Pitt8burglir The frost-wofk is
Geo. House paid A. Jt. Chase, and
Frank- Hutslnpillcr " lndemnltyjlast
week, for accidents. ,, ' 41 '
Thirty strands of .sleigh bells have
sold by ono house here"' this
The ' cistern, corner Secondwuid
Spruce streets is in'tbai cbnditioqr-Tho
is broken and the top c.an'Ebe
lifted out. The locomotive ean't'pass
point. A fire 'in that region might
The salesmen and members of the
of- Allemorig, Baer & Co. received
a box of Frenchjcandy from' P.
Eckerrtfc Co.,onrChristmas day. A
Rev. "M. B. Wilson received a nice
Christmas present of p'arlor furniture.
A.'W. Alleraong,. G. Fuller. E. L.
MenageL and T. R. Hayward were the
Watchman Joe Gilpin, of the steamer
Luella heard a -c'ryof distrcssirat 2
o'clock. Sunday .morning and rushing
outwith his lantern found a man In" the
water clinging to tho guards pfthe
wharf boat. He .failed; to reach" him
he went down. -No.one kuchtm,
or hovf he became a victim
the icy waters'.?- ' S
A: Newton expects to agiin have a
display of ineatsfpr New Years.
Hehas'sent for'deers', bears and a
Train;- in 10 mihutesearlier Tuesday
afternoon. Tlie time on the M. & C.
,B. Has been changed so the above
can arrive at her old time, 1 :&0
The jolly Bob C. McCullougli, of
Huntington, was in town last week.
keeps a sharp eye along Second
Jas. McClurg has purchased a. new
transfer wagon for handling heavy
freight. It is well and conveniently
Jno. W". Cheiington shipped hogs to
market this week.
Miss Lalla Vance was the redolent of
quite a number of beautiful and cscful
Christmas presents, ner music pupils,
appreciate her untiring efforts in
their behalf, were the doners for the
We havo had snow until we are sick
it and we. hereby enter our protest
against the coining of another flake.
The Ice Is running very heavy and in
large bodies. In many places gorges
formed and broken again.
Mi3s Mary Glassburu Is home from
Jackson, to spend her vacation of two
weeks. She is employed in the Public
Schools there and is well pleased with
place and her situation.
Mrs. -Wm. Jeffers is visiting friends
Dr. Jas. Lupton will up and out by
New Years. His sickness is much
milder than supposed.
Miss Lizzie Ralston, of Middleport,
visiting her cousin, Miss Cora Saun
ders. 3Ir, T. J. Palm, ot Warren, Ohio", has
been the guest of Mr. Chas. Saunders:
Good sleighing all the time the past;
.Quarterly meeting at Ihe 'M;
Church next S3tittdayciid;Sunday.
fi'H-i I II' :mu.
I Remember tho Oyster, Sapper; a
Capt. !FortUsJTrhursday evening'? i 1
- Wa V n '3lI-Tnn(1?Jfrnn,,
. Centers, Esq.
rent, nt tlm Riiiintii. nrxt Mondnv. at
the jiew cditor,of the
LiJganiRepublban. " j
Tuesday morninsr the therihoraeter
marked a few degrej?3 above zero
While Wm. Cherlngton's train was
passing namden Jast FrIday;roornlng.
going East, or.n of his brakemen named
McCartt.: was ' rtefdenUllrtlhrown'nn-
5,'. .'(,V ,:- -c. Ki
i,- XiT J-"ijV-Ti s. Til . . I-
tbng catffthe man dlcp In abont two
De Soto" and tho "Common School
teacher," next week.
J. P. Simmons and bride nre,expect-
ed to-be visitors in our city'this' week;
Superintendent Norris says that bet
ter accommodations will be provided at I
the Depot for "handling" freight when
,. - . ,. .. , ,i
the company has tipie to look after the
uiijHci. , , .
I lie citizen ignorant ot tne name
. . ; . , .,,
of the street upon -which he lives can
"now leolc up on'tho cornefbiuldints
we - . iV" .
and- see tlie -"name painted in neat
letters, -a per order of city-
. . , , - ,
-Mrs. JrapCromley diedatjiiidnlght
of- Tuesdav.-. last week. Of that'fell de-
st'roi'er-cnusumption.' Sh ' ,bad been
sick for a'nnmber of years and" finally
passed away in the 45th year of her age.
Mrs. Cromley was a Christian woman
in the" fnllesl seiiseof the. word. Tier
charity was proverbial, and her kind
ness and patience were models for nil
mothers. .She tleaves- .1' husband, son
andHuaugliter. . Tho. funeral services
were conducted at the house, Thursday j
alternoon by Rev. M. B. Wilson. The
attendance was large and, full of sym
The Colored Lodge" of Masons were.
addressed Monday evening by Rev. J.
W.Barbour. A goodly crowd were in
attendance, including a' number
white members of the fraternity. .His
add) ess treated of the antlguity, authen
ticity aud beauties and benefits of Ma
sonry. In his. address he .displayed
knowledge of these points anil advanced
some, original Ideas. : A festival ,was in "
..rnnrpssln nn aillnlnltio-..Inirnli. trli'lfli.
progress In an adjojnin
the crowu went.
Too Many New Years Calle.
Prof, and Mrs. M. E. Hard, assistecj
tlie laser's sisters, Mrs. ,Anna C. New-
and Miss Minnie Shallcross, gave
their annual reception and entertain
mcnt at the family residence on Third
street, Wednesday evening. There were
present; Mr.jand-Mrs. WE. Lyonj-JlK
Mr"s.""M. B'. 'Wilson, 'Squire and
Martindale, Mr. and Mrs. C. D,
Bailey, Mr. rtnd Mrs. A. W. Allemong,
aud Sirs, L.,Z. Cadot, ,Mr. and
Mrs.;'Ci.Mi. Holcomli, Mr. and Mrs." J.
Hebard, Mr.( ilnd Mrs- W. II. Mit
cliell. Misses' Flora Comstock, Kate Dil
Jou, II. U. Maxon, Bulle and Ada.Lan-
Flora Blazer, Ella Schenk, Alice
Pitrat, Emma White. M. A. Royce,
Rowcna P. Cook, Emma McClurg, Lu-
Walker, Nettie Bunker, Mrs. S. V,
Harper,' Leste.r Keller, J. H.Phillips,
N Wilson,, P. T. Wall and W. T.
Minturn, Miss Walker favored the.as
serablage. with excellent music. Miss
Maxon,in behalf of the teacher who
werc'the donors, 'presented Prof. 'llard
a beautiful gold hcadpd, cane. A
grand supper was spread, and midnight
round before the crowd separated.
evening was one of tlie most picas-
i - i - i
Prof. J. J. ' Allison ; f the Jackson
Public Schools, and his lady arc home
tho Jlolldays, their vacation extend
over two weeks. Prof. A. lias be
one -of jtfie iiecessities of that
mining town, no has tal;en!the schools
at a low ebb j increased, thejat-tcodfinco,-'
decreased the' tardiness im
proved the discipline and now lias them
condition He i is .Well
there both In his social qualities
Whoop-la! Good will to Everybody
The per cents of increase in the val
uation of tbe'realestateof certa!h'comii
ties, of 1S80? as compared with 1870, Is
hcWjahnexed,: Gallia .C.C9 Iloclng
C.48; ' iiacl;s6n '2 1.8; "Lawrence" '20.0 ;
Mo,Ig8f3.40; Scioto 6.18; yinton C.09;
Athens W4;"'Wasb"ington 8.73. Irt Cities
wo find the following; rate percent, of
increase: Gallipolis 47.44; Ironton
53.03; Marietta" 42:S5'f-Pomeroy 11.8G;
'.'UJ -...-, :l i
fjb l coming thE coldest weafqr
i iuc (seasun. utucago. last
light the thermoraeteWmnrkeoV26
JJcgrde beilorJ.zeron and at dtijqr
pomis m mu noriu-weft it .was ,yen
lower. In Manitoba it was' Woe
gree below. -At UulsyiJIeMj
degrees! apqye, andt4in CiBcijaaatiJft
Mloto tfcgzeij pofctCwoini
Whoop-la! Good will to Everybody For the Journal.
Whoop-la! Good will to Everybody For the Journal. MEMORIES.
are meinorIes bright of halcyon
I Of ys when our hearts were Hzht.
owi ium auu tnic klieir BilauuWb
Anil llft 119 th (l-l-lioca nf nlutt-
ut oygone nour
I r .. t - k . f 1 m
Y" , "T,," - ' r,,,,,ree.'.
And coining the stories of olden times
. mie gaiiicriuKaooutnis unco.
TtiA -wMa. An.w 4l A.I jii
Onr horn in'tliat-valley so swei
aller so sweel
"Vith" fatfieYVnd mother, so'loylng and
?u,u l"e,r iue ono a leet;
Whose fragrance we neer cin forget,
All 14 JJi .J ti 1113 II
Will linger in mcuiory
fn the home br; the mountain 'stre.inO
Whose music-was'sw'eet to oiir;chiIdIsh
And its memory a fond, bright dream;
.Those .days whenwe wahdered.nhe
Anfl loltenA hesla'a tlie sprIn
.irii iraugut wun me nappicst mem
That time cantever brintr.
XL1" 1?" h1oaw !r1e1the WrMt yeti
For we left our dear old home, .
And tho stranger's foot now marks tho
,tTr sPor- " '8 ' ;. t 1
Where we ne'er more will rami.
Ourband In loveia'sjnnw broken np.l
Two.sleep where thefwild daisies grow;
'One' ile.ir hnn. rnkts 'nMtii wn
Is. sweet to reaill thoserrdlyaofour
Another sleeps under the snow.
And onceagaln we. have said good-bye
And again ajuantie sowhlte.
Has covered the newer, tresh'er mound,!
Aud veiled him Irom morUl slht.
He has reached at last the beautiful
And the wearv..achins' oves i -
Forever will rest ih atiother home.
Eternal in the skie?. -
Vrn fhn . .1:.., ..-!..
Vni. f " j
Ilc said. "I must leave von hnr??'.
Twa3 whlsnered ' low ' to tho: roviiiE
"Buflt won't be long; my 'dear'?" " "
Now "wo meet.-and oh. we miss "him.
For there stands his vaeanfcbalr!'4
...". ...Ml . . .
auu niii ucyurjuorc caress uim.-
rur ma nuiiiu is -oyer mere."
the land that is fairer and - brighter
He rests from all sorrow and'nain.
And we rest in the promise we oft have
e snail meet our dear lather again
Alu'. VO in the -hope oP aThapplcr I
hope thatwe all wjll.meet,
And'be diiM-mbreaTunitert band,
He at the Master's feet;
Oh, give us the faith .that buoyed h.m
Anil strengthen our faith in thee,
lisped at that fathcr'a kuee.
liimSo well, lie loved us so
That thought can" never depart,
And the bud or hope will always re
eilm the'sorrowingtheart.! it a
Cromwell did not wait to strike
untjf the W -was. ho V but made it
hot by strikjng.
A Big Success.
My wlfOi h.vl !bech ailins "a.lo:ig tlma with
dyspepsia Ana nervousness and wan tn bcu two
with a, complication of; uison!crs'her
jihyslcians could not euro, when X was led by
a circular left nt my door to trji Parker'
GiuerTonic. Ilaring so often liccn deceived by
worthless mixtures, notliins but my wire's
dangerous condition could have lad us to make
more experiments. Unt it win a big success.
Three hottles cured her, at a cost of a dollar and
cents, and she l now-as stronsas any wo
man, and regularly docst fior, houselicM duties.
U.D.,liifralo. See other column.
Rev. X M. Davis,- at his 'residence fu
wraiiue. air ooiis Ji. wood anu
. r . mi . - I
lea iUAliX X.
1)TI-VHII-1 frtOTTT, 1 ft'.-
oiti, isfin i.,r t w Ar..r-tV
Jehu O. Butcher and Miss Martha
WOOD DAVIS On .Dec. 23, 1880.
rhUM It WilL-Qtllri VXnil.th 'AnV f,
LOXG-Eva' RozGUA, daughter oft i-hompson'a
fayton antUOrnella, Lonir. illeU- De?
cemher the 17th, 1S30, aged two vears I,
.2p, days. She died of that dread
DAVIS Louisa Davis, wife ofQuin-
A. Davis, and daughter of John and
Rebecca, Hawk, was. born .August 26tli,
18307 and died Dec. 4tli,lt1880, near
Wilksville, Vintoiii -Co., Oi SbeJ.waa
disease;, croup". '
BAGGS NeaV Vinton. 'Dec 3d! ISSOl
Sophia M. Baggs. aged fourteen years,
seven 'months; live uavs- Sophia haR
from eartji to heaven, t join her
parents- gone 'before;' snatched away a
lovely bud to blossom in a fairer clime
before tho rude blasts of earth crushed
pure heart. Sweet child how we
thee, but. ever down in the denths
our hearts, thou will live in thoughts
pleasant meaning; dead yet living,
dear always. ,
Mason & Ilamluii ,and .other, good
The nicest indoor amusement for
your boy, is a nice Hobby Horse, to
be had at Will C. Hay ward's.
new OrganiarEverybodjr tan play
There is the finest collection gen
eral Holiday Goods ever shown in
the city now lm"view at Bovie,
Pitrat & Co.
Call at McBr?0oi?and
musical . instrument fo
J f -j
A iob lot of elezant Chromo. with
Frames, to be had cheap at Will C.
McBride's ' Music
qnari &L -Jc.Music,
i nl.H r& vA'MniMt.l An
a 4tk -
Have you inspected Bovie, Pitrat
& Co's. Grand Holiday Display now
on view. -
Everybody to know that FULLER,
HUTSINPILLER & CO. aro selling
Furniture cheap for tne next sixty
iSaj's, to make room for. pe.w s.tck
for 1881. i
hlSiv J Vi
T ,, ti '
a respeotiuuycaume attention ot tne Trade to niy General Stockof
DRY GOOES, NOTIONS, GENT'S CLOTHS AND SUITINGS
.t T.ailluii Innlm 1 "BI" i.-.- . "M9 n ' -
w juuiiMiius, xme JtFress UOOiiS, 911K.S, el vets
Andjoile floor devoted exclusively to JlBPETS, wnich aui-oass anv Garnet stock fnr
OITTI-TTTY. STVT.TIS AWTI PRTfiRS in fho J F uuioKior
r'1" ' ' u m uukiuw
fo. 2:5 Court Street.
iiu. tins uuiu 10 oner tne largest, cocapest and best se-
leuuju suockoi Men s, lioys anri Children s Clothino-.
uogotner witn Hats, Caps, Trunks, and Gent's Furnish.
TO THE FRONT AGAIN,
i time to offer the largest, cheapest and best se
tookpf Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
wiui mts, caps, Trunks, and Gent's Furnish-
III be SOld SO lOW thAtr all Competition Cannot
.Remember the "Old Reliable."
t 1 .-. J ' 1 UUl
0nnlC n H'n ro l-nrvvncnntnl
You "will ahvavs find the best Sn. IV in or Arnnliinnci nnA
1. ... "it , , ... B iuuwmuwi aim
ubwujunienra 01 an uinas, witli a guarantee on all. Tie
sure to call and examine before purchasing.
November 4, 1SS0. "
BUSINESS NOTICES HOLIDAYS
. SARBCOiirNGA AND
M; C BARLOW & CO.
.pLsktiierr Bliare, of public pat
ronage''in(buylnff Christmas and New
l-earGifts: for'frlendsr-.anil relatives
t?.B; .V. , ' .... , .f
Tuoyatgajreftrecolvcd. tho finest and
bestassortmeafcr of Ladie3' and
Gent's Fine '-Hand' worked Slippers
you ever saw. They aUo keep the
Fine Shoes, the only place in town
"tliobesfc made.''. Also thev have
th(rin3ke of . Lilly, Jiracket & Co.
and J.H.feIf,H. Torrey in Hand and
ATachine-work Goods. Those Clogs,
self acting Rubbers, for both ladies
and gentsarc botlrttSQful and orria-
. .. . : - .
Uo nottnrow;yourniouey-away, but
Duy useiui presents, 'inose receiv
ing thev gifts will appreciate your
kindness more in that class of pres
ents than in knickknacks, only for
show. " :,
Remember, we aro the only Exclu
sive Boot and Shoe-House in Galli
polis. "Vfo give you 'the best bar
gais, and guarantee, everything as
. M. C, BARLOW & do.,
Second Street, Near Court House.
Dec. 9, 18'80.--4w
6'A'rieextra',large'"collection' fine and
late Style Lamps, at Bovie, Pitrat
or bore ihroat or Miff Neck,
Strains, fc.c., ..tfy Thompson's" War
Bohemian .and Cnt Glass, lall
varletlesfat Bovie, Pitrat ifc Co'8.
Soinetbing for. everybody' tp-.know
" """" ""J'V v"c -o u.
life depends on how many hottles of
mcnt vnn lmV . Yon Rhmild nlw.avs
.. . , in u e it
keP ,?t lh C.an be found at
Elegant stock Silver, Tabic
Bovie, Pitrat. & Co,
I am; always5ready. and willing to
do good Thompson's Rheumatic
TOrJLirii'raent?'--.. - - -
Dec. 10, 1880. 2w
The Gallipolis Hardware Co. has
fine Ioji'of Silver Ware, suitable for
Christmas Presents. Tea Sts, But
Dishes, Castors, &c Prices low.
. . .
Fverybbdy should buy a bottla of
Thompson's Rheumatic War Lini
mehtpi&It'is'better than" turkey for
Christmas, if you have the Rhouraa
Wagons, Wheelbarrows and Veloc
ipedesThe most Useful' Present ia
the world for. your boy, to be had at
lliLbs; "Light Brown Sugar at
T. Mauck'fffor $1.-
Bedsteads, and Cradles in choice
styles, at Will C., Hay ward's.
FoirA jiandsome present for the
Holidays go to Bovie, Pitrat Sc Co.
Doll Cabs and Chairs in great va-
riejyt Will C. Hay ward's,
Mr. Geo. Donnet will take charge of
Finishing Department of S. Bishop
Co's Furniture Factory.
. - Sleds.
The'nlcest -Sleds in' the city arc to
befpundat Wm O. Hayward's.
cXtiQ- best insurance against- acci-
dent-is Thompson's Rheumatic War
An elegant, assortment of Ladies
Piyges.jn, .Russia Leather and Satin ;
finej .Pocket Books, and, .leatuernq
satin Handkerchief Satchels, at
KERR BROS . ,
NICE LITTLE STORY
A genuine Meerschaum Cigarretle
Holder A Bargain.
A nobby Cigar Case. Boss.
An elegant Cigar Holder. A
iixccllent sweet briar-wood Pipes,
Novelty Tobacco Cases.
Curious Match Boxes. Cheap.
The Boat, Finest, Cheapest and
greatest variety- of Ciiara and To.
bacco in all Ohio.
Phillips, Reynolds, Gravely, Mus-
selraan Jc Co.,,Grigss, Force, Wilson
ik UfcCallay, havo ebntributed their
skill to our stock of Tobacco.
If Iskiiad anybody buying these
nice .Christmas Presents anywhere-
else than at L. Z. CADOT fc CO'S.
will report them to the Big Injun
standing in front of the door.
Dec 2, -J 880 tf
A full line of Genuine Meerschaum
Pipes, CigAC and Cigarette Smokera;
elegant. Cigar Cases, pocket Mutch
Boxes a-il Tollmen Pmm!ia nt 1
Go to Fuller, Ilutsinplller lis Co.,
corner State and Third streets. Hav-
"f o "'"tn, ami uu u jjeiiBueuii mr
Jt rrc I
Uloaks aud IolmaiiH.
Largo Stock new and desirable
Cjoaks, and Dolmans, Just opened
Nice and cheap. M. A. COX,
Go and -get a .pair njee Show
Pillows at Fuller, Hutsmplller
Co. for $1.25.
Mocking Bird Food at Kerr Bros.'
Nov. 11, 1880.
a you want a nice oarapuuair.go tW
to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. , They
will sell you-ono from ,$2.50 to eight
Kendall's Spavin Cure and Gom
bault's Caustic Balsam at Kerr Bros
Drug Store, Agents.
Nov. 11, 1880.
Go to Fulier, Hutsinpiller & Cd. '
and get one of those comfortable
Delaware Rockers, double cane seat tho
Go to Kerr Bros.' Drug Store for
Lydia E. Piukham's Vegetable Com
Nov. 11, 1880.
. . .
Canvas, Cardboard, Mot
toes, at 0. M. Fillniore &
Co's.' " . -
.Dec. 2, 1880. 3ra :
The center of attraction for Holi
day goods is at Bovie, Pitrat is Co's.,
m 9 m
Purchasers of supplies for families
should.. visit Bovie, Pitratifc Co. and
take- a- look through their Grocery
Foreign Fruits, -Fino Candies,
Canned Goods, Domestic Fruits;
Staple Groceries, Largest Stock,JiOW
cst Prices, at Bovie, Pitrat r Co.
India Ink Work.
You can get an 8x10 India Ink
Portrait with a nice heavy frame for
50 at Fenncr's Gallery, and other
work-as cheap irr proportion
Nice Pickled Pigs Feet, 40 cents
doz., or ,3- cents each, at
McHALE'S, State 5L i
Dec. 9, 1880. 4 w
Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. will sell
a Bureau for six dollars, at 'the
corner State and Third Streets, in
Bovie, Pitrat is Co bare a magnifi
cent display fancy goods in Silver.
niothur: Mother:!" aiotlieritl
I Aro you disturbed at night and bro-
j ken pf your rest by a sick child suffer
ing and crying with the excruciating
pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at ouce
and get a bottlo of MRS. WINSLOW'3
SOOTHING SYRUP. It will relleva
the poor little sufferer immediately
depend upon it: there is no mistake
nruMtt nM., 1 . 1 . .
wb0 has ever used it, who wiiinot ten
you at onco tl,at win regulate tha
'a.naRiret to the mother, and
,7 r e mother, and
in all cases, and pleasant to tho taste
and is tlio prescription of one of tho
oldest and best female physicians and
nurses in the United States. Sold
everywhere. 25 cents a bottle.
Nov. 4, 1S30. ly
The four Cki.ehkated Biunds of
Virginia chewing, manufactured by
Phillips, can be had at L.Z. Cadot
Oct. 21, 1880 tf
by lctter to Kerr Ut6"' Druggists, cor.
uou" nllu aB" "lpoiIs, O.
Rillious Attacks. Kerr's-Dande
lion and Kidneywort Pills exert a
powerful Influence on tho Liver, and
win restore Its nominal functions. For
a week take ono pill every other night,
observing a well regulated diet. Price
23o. per box. Convriffhted bv Kbit
Bros., Gallipolis, O.
Druggists and Country Dealers wish
ing to buy ICerr's Dandelion and Kid
neywort Pills at Wholesale can secure
prlco3 by applying cither personally or
Single uoxe3 sent by mall to any ad
dress on receiptor price, 25o. per bor.
A very desirable business property,
centrally located, for rent or sale
Call on J. D. BAILEY.
Second Street. .
July 29, 1830 tf
A Cough, Uohl or Soro Throat
should be stopped. Neglect frequently
results In an Incurable Lung Disease or
Consumption. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL
TROCIIE3 are certain to give relief in
Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh,
Consumptive and throat diseases. For
thirty years tho Troches have been rec
ommended by physicians, and alwava
satisfaction. They are
"ot ,,ew or untried, but having been
tested by wide and constant use for
nearly an entire generation, they havo
attained well-merited rank among the
few staple remedies of the age. Public
Speakers and Singers use them to clear
and strengthen the Voice. Sold at
twenty-live cents a box every where.
xr.. a loon . .-
Nov. 4, 1880. ly
Go,tl Pens Pencils, IVjoth-Plcks, Toys,
When you are looking out for tho
Best and Cheapest Christmas Presents
to . T. Moore'a-Book Store where
Books, Bibles, Pictures. Albums, Velvet
Frames, Work Boxes and Jewel Cases,
Wax and China Dolls, and a hundred
other things will be lound at tho very
Dec 1U 2w
For.ChlllH mid Fever. Take a
full dose of ICerr's Dandelion and Eld-
nn..ivni4 T1M1-. A, l.A.l ( TA11n.
up "with fifteen grains of quinine.
divided into three equal parts, all of
which should be taken at regular Inter-
vals, the last doso at least one hour bc-
foro the. time for the chill. One or two
pills should be taken every third night,
with au occasional 'Jive grain dose of
quinine. 25c. a box. Copyrighted' by
Kerr. Brps., Druggist?, Gallipolis, O.
Fuller; Hutsinpiller & Co. will sell
' a Bed Sjiring far two dollars, at
corner of State and Third street,
Come everybody who has a cane
scat chair with . the bottom wore out
get a nice perforated scat put
at 50c, at Fuller, Hutsinpiller
Tlie very choicest nickle brands
Cigars are at L. Z. Cadot & Co's.,
opposite Public Square.
That terrible disease, Cnnosic Cx
TAitmr, can bo cured in every case by
using the GOltSLENE CATARRH
CURB. It is free from-all objections
which obtain in the use of .other reme
dies, and has cured thousands of invet
erate chronic cases. Send for circulars
HENRY O'BLEKESS & CO.,
Athens, O. -
Anyone owing me will please pay
individually, and parties present
ing bills will come to mo personally.
will pay no bills unless made by
loiTer for sale my farm and
property, the latter consisting of
three-story brick block and two
frame dwellings; also my horses,
wagons, farm tools and other per
Nov. 18, 1880. tf
Fuller, Huiainpiller & Co. will sell
a' good Walnut Bedstead for
dollars. It ia not made byiiioy
50c. a' day.
A very Useful Prcseat cs b
at Will C. Hayward's..
Dec. 23, 1880.