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Miscellany.
The candle-wick is Hp to sautt
The only man in Georgia worth
$1,000,000 is Senator .Brown.
An easv money market In New
York' after the first of January is
foreshadow ed.
Widow's weeds are easily remoTed
by an actlve'youngf husbandman.
Every man has a place to filL The
r dentist frequently iinds several.
The railroads of the country con
tinue to have more business than
they can transact.
frtifir.iis of Electoral votes have
been received by the Vice President,
. . cti . i
by mail, irom every otaie la mo
Union. '
Charles Sickler, of Scranton, Pa.,
gave his wife carbolic acid instead
of chloral. She died in a few hours,
and he went crazy.
General Garfield has declined the
invitation of the Lincoln Club to
visit Cincinnati this winter.
.J. Sullivan Hale, of Turner, Maine,
father of Hon. Eugene Hale, died
Friday.
The fuel famine in Minnesota is
iniT manv formers to cut
' down the groves planted only a few
years.
Tt ta Announced that General
Grant will spend a portion of next
month at JacKsonviue, norma.
Don't bite off more than vou can
chew" is vulgar. Say "don't buy a
tree higher than your ceiling."
A knife with 191 blades was lately
aent to the. Prince of Wales on his
birthday.
The ladies native in Alaska wear
sealskin suits', drink whisky and eat
whale blubbers.
A son of Chief Justice Marshall,
now eighty years old, is a clerk in
the Pension office.
An editor who was told that his
last article was as clear as mud, said,
"Weil, that covers the ground, any
how." A great many men are cottage
built; they have but one story. And
they are forever telling it.
Large mouths are now fashionable
among women. They are worn open,
of course, as heretofore.
Dr. Glenn's harvest in Colusa
county, California, is just finished,
and the total yield is 460,000 sacks
of wheat.
A small boy and a. gun are harm
less when apart, but they make a
fearful combination.
Missouri has a politician named
Kewkomber. The resnlt of the late
election got him into a pickle:
"Shall we keep open house" New
Year day?" is the question which
now begins to agitate the averagej
female mind.
Mrs. Ellen Grant Sartoris has now
three children two little girls and a
boy. The fourth her eldest son Is
dead. -
John W. Coleman, weighing 305
pounds and Miss .Mary Lomon,
weighing 245, were married in Grant
county, Kentucky, last week.
As a Mr. Bird was recently mar
ried to a Miss Worm In Michigan, it
is about time for the paragrapbers to
say something about the "early
bird," etc
Thirty thousand new houses, all
of brick or stono, have been built
in Chicago since the first of last
April.
New Jersey has eighty-five mil
Hons in manufacturing enterprises,
and employs 75,000 persons, of whom
13,000 alone are in Patterson.
No, James, .when we say i farmer
has a good crop of Red lop, weuo
not mean that he is afflicted with
red headed daughters.
It was undoubtedly a very mean
old bachelor who said that the dis
ease which had the most terror for
a woman is the lockjaw.
The young lady who married a
man employed in a bank applied for
a divorce when she discovered that
it was a sand bank.
The population of Alaska aggre
gates about 22,000, of which about
18,000 are Indians, 1,300 Aleuts,
1,500 Creoles, 128 white males and 4
females.
No" matter how poor people are
nearly every one can afford to keep a
pair of horses, one for clothes and
the other for wood.
Married life Teaches the acme of
happiness when a woman can eat
crackers m bed without any com
plaint from her husband.
Newly married couples are so
thicken Washington hotels that the
other guests require no sugar in
their coffee or syrup on their griddle
cakes.
Belchnarstarl, a Russian priest, 113
years old, started in October for a
pilgrimage to Jerusalem, and died
near Joppa.
Mr. George Merriman and wife, of
Litchfield, Connecticut, celebrated the
sixtieth anniversary of their marriage
on the 30th ul .
A Cincinnati man says that Ma
mie Anderson's, cherry lips are the
prettiest in America. Bah ! we'll put
onr lips against her's any day.
Boston Post
A clergyman meeting an inebriate
neighbor, exclaimed, "Drunk again,
Wilkins!" to which Wilkins in a
semi confidential tone, responded,
"Sho am I, parson."
"Well, sonny, where did yon get
such a black eye?" inquired a kindly
gentleman of a street urchin. "Oh,
a feller called my brother's hat a
swill dipper, and he was bigger than
I thought he was."
After 103 sessions, sitting in all
407 days, the revisers of the author
ized edition 'of the New Testament
completed their work in London two'
weeks ago.
If you have any intention of swear
ing off at the new year,, swear off
now, and let the old year carry your
good resolution witlut to the better
land.
An inquiring man thrust his fin
gers into a1 horse's month to see how
many teeth he had, and' the horse
closed his teeth lb'see.how.,many fin-
fiere the man had. The cunoslty'of
each'wasTuHy satisaed.
txfWky. do-not: ;moreof,:oar yoiing
JSJ get married?" asks, & jrecent
writer. WkistJ Jill we' tell Jilm.
There. Im'Jf &re thaa; "about one
TCHmt? man ' 'irTVten that Is" worth
' mi&gfti&rfgiris k're findirfg it
at tff t
CatarrH
Of Tm Yews' Dorttfoft. Tin Ok
dMffM TWbIc, Biooafif m44(
Feu! Odor. Swwirf tuMmi
mms mm. cue,
MwifidatPDUer: Geailenaa IfasleoB
oeSod .to aakaowledc to Ton tna (teat faeaaftt
Baxress's Ktsi(ui.CtrKc bss been to ma. Tot
tan rem I bare been s&icted via this losifescse
disease, ,4 especially la tho winter time has it
bceaoott eerere. The discharge has been tuck
ud bloody, miming a fan odor so bad that ay
E retrace la a room with others wUTerranstlra
them. One week alter commeadag tJie aaeol
BAjrroKn's Radical era I was not troubled wsa
U at all. MyscnaeE or tsatt and etull. which sacra
itei gone, baro now rally returned, aod say sen-
em bcaith k itogrt.To
8kmt-BsaiX Wriltr.
G&uro Euros, Mice, Hot. 3, 1SR.
LATER.
Gentlemen; Tha paekara of autroso'l 'Cam
armed hero oi3rtt eUrtght.. I dont know what I
should hava donolf It badnot been for this moody,
I ttaro trlrdHautDonches and cmytMagelae,aad
although I have bees able to atop too otTeastTe dis
charge. I bare not been able to reeoTermyaentej oi
tasto and smell until Itrledaurross'aCirsa.,Toii
can refer any ono 70a choose to me, and I wUi
cheerfully Inform tbea In dcull at to tho beneSt
the remedy has been ""k rom
Olub Bins, Mica, Mot. 13, 1874.
SAXFQRD'S RADICAL 6IRE
ot only promptly arrests tha corroding discharges
. Catirrf.bat brsrmpathctle action. It restores to
aonsd health all the organs of the bead that bars
beeorae affected by It, and exhibit any of the foUow
lngaffectioss:
Defective Eyesight, Inflamed an J Mattery
Kyos, PaJnfol and Watery Eyes, Lose of
Hearinc, Earache, Neuralgia of the Ear,
BUcharjroa from th e Kar, AlAZlna; Notaes
fa tha Hood, Dixzlneea, Neryons Head
ache, Pains la tho Templra, Ixxa of tho
Senses of Taste and Smell. Elongation of
the TJrnlSf Inflammation of the Tonsil,
Pntrld Soro Throat, Tickling or HarMna;
Coach, SroachltU, and Dlcedlcf; of the
Xaeh eaekags contains Dr. ganford's Improred
Inhaling Tuba, with fall and caremllr prepared dl
rraTorj for um la oil cwt. Price, L Foraala by
all wboleaalo and retail droganta and dealer;
tnronrtonttba United fctateaanrCuiadaa.WXEKS
A POTTEU, Osscral Accsts and Wholesale One
ita,liostoa,tua, COLLINS'I
Voltaic Plasters
AH Electro-GalTanlc D artery, combined wlBl
a highly Medicated Planer. forming the
grandest caratlre agent in tho world of aacleiae,
and nttcrly surpassing all other Plasters heretofore
la UK!. They accomplish more In one week thaa
the old Plasters In awholoyear. They do not
tUt! they cess. They
JieUeTB AffeeUons of tha Chest,
tellcre Affections of the Ltnz.
ltellera Affections or tho Heart.
Itetie'TO Affections ofthe LItct.
KellCTO Affections of tho Spleen.
fieUere Affections ofthe Kidneys.
BelteTa Affections of the Some.
iteMera Affections of tha Kerres.
Kellere Affections of tha Mnaclas.
Bellerx) Affections of tho Joints.
Belters Affections of the n-noe.
EeiloTO AffecMoBa of tha Sloan.
Ko matter what mar be tha extent ofyoor Krffer
Ing, try one of these Plaeters. lUef it tiufiam
cut. a fact snpported by hundreds of testimonials la
-onr possesslotu BearYn mind that the most lmppr
tantdUeoTeriea In pharmacy date back lesa than ten
rears, and that combinations of gams and essences
of plants and ahrnbs are herein united with Kieo
tricar to form a caratlre Plaster, in soothing, .heal
ing, and strengthening properties as far superior ta
another Plasters heretofore In tus as the eclefitlflo
physician Is to tha horse-letch.
Irloo, 3S Cents.
Th, rroprtctort, Bottoit, Ms.
i
CARTER'S
Little Nerve Pills,
-FOE-
NERVOUS and
DYSPEPTIC
MEN AND WOMEN.
Ererynerrons person should try Carter's Little
Nerve Pills, which are made specially for those
who suffer front Nervousness, Sleeplessness,
Nervous and Sick Headache, Weak Stomach,
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, &c They may be used
alone or la combination with Carters Little
Liver PQls, and in either case Trill give most
prompt and grateful relief. Dyspepsia makes
you Nervous, and Nervousness marei you Dys
peptic: either one renders you miserable, and
these little pills cure both.
Price, jj cents. Sold by Druggists or sect by
Bail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
Njv. 11, 18S0 lye4w
FACTS WORTH KNOWIMC.
aimrtf. Tterhe. Handraka. Ktlllinsla and
'many other of tho best medicines known are t o
skillfully combined In Parker's Oinoui Tone!
SS to majce 1 tne Rnwt uoou runner ana
The He si liesiin sna siranEtn uesiorer
Lier I'sed.
rrfivt !i tlm comnosltion of rxr.ict'i
Qboo Tpmc that no tlffif.Tn can long exist'
irhereltlsusod. if vouvoDytpepsiSiHesd-:
..k. RhAumatism. Nauralata. BoweL Kidnev.
'm. I iw.. n.uKtAFr or if vou need a mild Etlm-
uunt, or appetizer, wo ivkic is jura ue nicu-,
Idne for you, as it 13 fcigbiy curative and ip-.
rtgoraxias out never uiwr-uuti. .
. If you aro slowly Trnsaiig nnay v.-ith Cen-;
sumption or any sickness, if you bavo a Painful.
Cough or n, bad Cold, PanKm'rt Oinccr Tomc
', will surely help you. It girts new Me end
rigor to the ieeblo and aged, and is a certain,
'cure for Rheumatism and Cholera Infantum. .
It Has SstoI Hundreds of LUes; It Bar;
Hare Yonrs.
! If you are feeling miserable dont trait nntfr
you are down sick; but cce tho Toxic tcwlay.;
No matter what your diEeaso or tytnptcma iuay.
be it will Eire prompt relief.
. Remember 1 Paske3's Gryonn Tosio is not;
a rum drink but. the Cesl and Purest ramily,
Medicine ever made, compounded by a new.
process, and entirely different iraa Bitters,'
gincer prepar&tloua nnd all other Tonics. Try,
a aoc. bottle. Your druggist can supply you. .
PARKER'S HAIR DALSAM
The Beit and Boat Economical Kair Dresiinr
exquisitely perfumed and perfectly hannless.
Will Alirays Bcttore Gray or Faded lTalr
to Its oririnalyonuiful color and appearance, and is
warranted to step iu tailing, asUt iu gnjwLt and
prevent baldness. ...
A few applications rf the IIisasi til rofin th
ba, cleanse all dandruifaiid cz itchiu; s.ud hu
mours ofthe scalp, Soldbyalllruggistsatxrsor.
Nov. 11, 1880-ly
HQLSOAY 000DS
NEW STOCK
AT
Reduced Prices.
We have all kinds and the latest
styles of Millinery Goods, Fancy
Laces, Jets, Hosiery, &c, &c. Fan
cy Notions without limit. We have
also Bazar Patterns for sale.
NAEGELE & WEHRLYE,
2d St., above Square.
Dec. 3, 1880. 4w
The BEST TEA in town for the
money, br for any money,, at
MILLS & OO'S
Wholesale and Betail Drag Store.
Aug. 12,1880.
;Go to jtne. corner ot btatc ancl
Third streets and.getone of.those
nice comfortaile Student's - Chair,
with double, cano seat and'back: also
sifmjriCHMUibkldr.;
UNPflRflLLELED
SUCCESS
CfTKB
rfMleSewiilactiiiB
IH THE THWO YEAR OF ITS CXtSTOiCC, ITS
SALES AMOUNT TO
54,853 Machines.
NO OTHCn MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH
A RECORD OF POPULARITY.
It is' tia Iiglitcsf.-r.Tmr.lng,
3UiUst fWllag, aal
Et Sitiifylig IImUu
IN THE WORLD.
Agents -wanted. ItetemtfiMM
White Sewfatg Macbiw C.,
FOR SALE BY
S M. PARKER,
PORTER, (Pine Grove P. O.) OHIO
Aug. lt, 1880. coraly
Warw'sSaiMqrtLjwCvt.
(Jbrmerty Or. Craitft Xldwy Curt.)
A vegetable preparation and U SMaLr ew
reastery la tbe world for Kris-Stt'a Btacaae.
jlartavststsl AldU Blaiwf, Urer, ssstal
aTrfiaatry staaeaMcsw
sWTesUmonlals of tbe blfbeat order In proof
of tbcae atatesaeots,
swrFor the cars of Btaketcs, call for IVar.
worsvS!arV Wsi 1 1 Crrv.
aurPor tho cure of Brtcsafat and tha other
diseases. 'call Ibr Wstrocr'B) SrnSa Kidney
susd XaTcrtTaum.
WARNER'S SAFE UTTERS.
It lsthebestBleod PsrMes and stimulates
every function to more healthful action, and
la thus a benefit In all dleeasea.
It cures ttersflstosta and other nda IU
Uossa and Diseases, Including Cancers, Vu
cerm. and other Warn.
Bruwaila. Wsali ail af Tha sttmsaimrln
It?, rtc re cured by the ftaaV) asaMen. It Is
nneqnaled as au appetiser sad retular tonic
.' liottlea of two si ; prices, M. and aia,
WARNER'S SAFE .NERVINE
Cssawtstsa, tllaatstaas. a r nr fl IeU.
Osilclcly rives St eat and Ms up to the sa Serine.
com'Meatatjaelse) and 111 iisalajls. prerenta
sssHeswe ansa, ana relieves KervsHiarrea
(ratsass breorht on by excessive drink, over
work, mental s&ocka,and other causes. -Powerful
aa It ia to sum nui n ana soothe dis
turbed Jierves, It never Inlurea the system,
whether taken In small or lane doses.
sotuas or two sixes; prices, BSC and 91.M.
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS
Are an Immediate and active stimulus for a
Torpid Lrw, and cure OMtlmast, Cympsia. ail-
-iMsasaa, aensss Dtar
tkata, Matana, rmr
sad Afsa, and should
ba used whenever tho
I bowels do not operate
freely and regularly.
anil Shi. rr Uaraaih
werfc. Trim eta. a btu
W &tii EemtHf ai
I MUkrDrstti.ua OMtera
saawn..siiij..ii..
iLN.WirNr&Cg.,
I Preeitra,Sj
iBOCHEaiES, HTT.
id br raaaaM
aaTfal
Jan. 29, 1880 ly
Children
CRY
roit
Pitcher's
Castoria.
Mothers 133ic, and Piyaiolana
rooommoQiI It.
IT IS NOT NARCOTIC.
CENTAUR MNIMENTS ; the
"World's great Pain-Iteliovlut;
remedies. They heal, soothe and
ureBus,Woumls,WeakBack
and liliouruatisui upon Han,
nnd Sprains, Galls, and Lame
ness upon Beasts. Cheap, quick
and reliable.
SPURTS of dlsgtutlag Mnons,
Snuffles, Crackling; Pains in the
Head, Fetid Breath, Deafness, and
any Catarrhal Complaint, csa ho ox
tormina tod by "Wcl So Meyer's
Catarrh Cure, a Constitutional An
tidote hy Absorption. The most Im
portant Blscovorytdnoe Vaccination
-
QBRSRSRSSSSBSRSSSSSaSKB9
Jan. 29, 1880. eowly
BUY A HOME 18 MIOHi&AN.
ZB TO 810 PSIi ACRX!
Slron-Volli: Naro tVopa! Kallroad
tUroOEli Center o'f 'Iaads. Mrmlthy
fainate. Schools and CSiaocius. In.
teHtf eiit Poiiulatlott.
HICHEST REWARD TO FARMERS.
These lands are a lQng distance Eaet of tbe
Mlsslxslppl River. Large ainuunt MVnl Iu
travel and transportHtlou of cmne. Descrip
tive namphietln EncUsh and German.
Addfos t ,W.S. HlIllHART.
Commissioner, Grand Hapids, Mlcblgaa.
,Aprll 1, 188f;-5y eow.
Tbe place to get a- cheap and 'dur
able Cobk.StovfjsatiKling dcDages.
'Everybody to" know ,tha1r FOEtER,
HtJTSINPILtER-& CO: are Belling
Furhitare' cbcap for the next ality
days,to make ''rooffl for "new -stock
forl88llr' "f
I
I
SANTA CLAUS.
THE HOLIDAYS
AEE
i mm i,
1 1 Ein,
JEWELER.
Is ready and waiting
with a profuse and
handsome stock with
which to supply those
who will- remember
relatives and friends at
that time, embracing
everything in his line
that is
AJST
A large ancl magnifi
cent line oi
Silver and Gold Watches.
Silver and Gold Chains,
Fine Solid Gold, and Plated
Sets, Sclid and Plated Sil
ver Castors, Silver Cake
Baskets.
A LAEGE LINE OF
Plain and Set Rings, Butter
Dishes, Geld Toothpicks,
Silver and Gold Thimbles,
Gold, Silver and Steel Spec
tacles, to suit all sights and
ages.
All Kinds of Hair and
Solid J ewelry made to
order, of every design
and description.
BEING I fliERS NOW !
That you may have them
filled in this line before
the rush.
Clocks !
Clocks!
Embracing all manufactures,
which will be sold at the very
lowest figures.
warrant all Goods
sold as represented.
give especiaLattention to
repairing Watebesand Jew
elry at reasonable rates.
CALL AND SEE ME.
C.W.ERNSTING,
t v- - - j s : ! . - t i T35J-.
Dec 2, 1880 6yt " "
HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT.
II HI
PRESENTS
WATCH
AND
JEWELRY
STORE!
LOOK AT THE
Prices;
A genuine Silver Amer
ican or Elgin Watch,
for $10 00
A Lady's 14 kr. Gold
Cased lever Move-
ment. for 20 00
A 30 hour striMng Clock
with alarm, for 2 50
A good time Clock for 1 50
I have received for
Holiday Purposes
4
A. large Stock of
GOOD GOLD GOODS,
SUCH AS
Solid 18 kr. Kings, Amethysts,
Cameo, Topas, Hrilliants, and
variety of other Set Finger Eings.
10 and 18 kr. Gold Watches; Solid
Goid Necklaces; Guard Chains
Lockets; Charms and Pendants;
Sleeve Buttons, Studs and Collar
Buttons; Solid gold Ear Rings for
Children; Bracelets of the latest
style and patterns; and a large
variety or
Other Jewelry,
AIMING TO MAKE
Good Gold Goods a
Specialty.
ALL ARTICLES WARRANTED
AS REPRESENTED, AND WILL
BE SOLD AT PRICES AS LOW
AS SUCH QUALITY OF GOODS
CAN BE SOLD FOR ANY
WHERE.
Solid Silver Tea and
Table Spoons;
JPlatejd Castors; Cake
Baskets; ISutter
Dishes;
Knives and Forks;
SPOONS;
Silver Thimbles;
Silver Napkin Eings;
Water and Tea Setts.
Solid Gold and Silver
tt ill Bye Glasses.
Can fit jour eyes in five
minutes.
I am Agent for the Celebrated
BOCIFORD WATCH,
which is the best watch
made for the money.
WATCHES M JEWRY
Repaired in "Workmanlike
manner.
Call and sea for yourself,
and you will be satisfied
that "Watches, Clocks and
Jewelry are at BOTTOM
PRICES at
SHOBER'S.
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? Are-the People of Gallipolis and vicinity in
the fact that
W . H. MITCHELL,
Has Brought to this City tbe Largest Stock of
School Books and Stationery
.
Ever placed on sale here, and on this account they will
be able, at his
BOOK STORE,
to purchase the same 25 per cent. Cheaper than any
where else in this section of the State. "Seeing is be
lieving," so
CALL AND EXAMINE
for yourselves his Stock, get his prices and be convinced
of the truth or falsity of the above ere purchasing your
FALL SUPPLIES.
September 23, 18S0.
School Books
AT THE
Very Lowest Prices!
AT SPECIAL FIGURESI
Full Stock of
WINDOW SHADES, FIXTURES
NEW BOOK STOEE.
"We sell every thing in our line as Cheap as any one
else, and often much Cheaper.
We will not be Undersold,
In anything, by anybody.
Sept. 16, 1880.
Hutchinson &
Baldridge,
DEALERS Br
(HEM
STOVES AND TIN-WARE,
COURT ST., OAI.JIl'OJ.IS, O.
Occ 28, 1880.
CUT RATES AND GOf Ml
No Side Track for a Pulman Palace Car.
HENRY N. BAILEY
Has ransacked the store houses of the East and re
turned with the kee est selection of Fine
n
Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
for the Shrewd Buyers of this country.
MY FRENCH and CHICAGO KIP BOOTS are tbe
admiration of the madding crowd. On with the dance,
though auction goods do go down in tbe crash.
SECOND ST., OPPOSITE PUBLIC SQUARE, GALLIPOLIS, 0
Sept 16,1880.
!
&c, at
E. T. MOORE.
DRUGS, &c.
EAGLE DKUG STOEE.
MTSBURNJ
'DEALERS IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS
Perfumery and Fmcy Goods.
Mexican Horse and Cattle Powders. Agents for Pacific Tea Company
COURT STREET, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO.
' May 15, 1879.
DWELL
Motice in Bankruptcy,
No 2037 in Bankruptcy,
In the District Court of the United
Stales'or the Southern District
of Ohio.
In the matter of Henry H. nnd
Julwin 11. JMeal, -Bankrupts.
rpHE Creditors of sal.l IUnltruuU
X partners and as inilltidualt and others la
interest will take notice that oo
Wednesday, January the 5th, A. D,
1 WW I
the Second and thlnl o-nprl mmrtlnirsori
oi'ti&t&SF$i?vtS
will be balden st the oftlee or and before
' ..r.v'S"' KeP!"L.,n.. i?n,pffi' t2r
office MS West. 8eeondtrect.l'ortsinonth. Ohio
snss i nsre niea my nnai sceouna wisussiui
BerUar. and at the said mcetlnn. I will annlr
lor settlement or tbe ssme and a discharge I
fromaU lialrtUtr pnrsoant to the M86tb Section I
or the Revised Statutes of the United S"'- .
Creditors are futher notified that prerlous to or
at said meeungs. an proren claims, subject
to lapeachmenton account of usury, will be ex-1
eepted to and sneh exceptions will be heard at
weu as au exceptions to any, dajmsaa other
grounds. Creditors aro further notified that at
said meetings win do determtoeu au questions i
as to which' of the three estates of Bankrupts ,
elalos should bemarsbaled against.' Crolltors
are further nstlfialthat (aid meetings will be1
adjourned orer to Gallipolis. Ohio, ror comple-
tton should tbe interest or the estate and of
creditors require the same. i
- SAMUEL A. NASH,
AW,tBarf&.H,'SUd EdW,a
Dec 16, 1880-Sw "
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.
THE underilK.nl hu been duly ap
suus. JL pointed and qualltiett as Admlnls-
Aug, J.Z, loou. u
"
A Large and Freall Stock of pure
, . , : .
Drags and Drug Sundries at
MILLK & CO'S
n'Whqietle and Retail Druff Store.
Aug. 12, 1880, ,
BEMOVJBD.
Wm. B. Trump,
OF COURT ST.,
Has removed his stock of
DRY GOODS
To Second St., opposite the Public
Square, into the. room formerly oc-
11V M Rfnqnq thp Clntlnor
cuplea oy m. iuoses, tue uioiuier.
Nov. 11, 1880.
ilOlHS.
trator;or tne estate or Mary Shuler, late
lnf,!h' MK,hn.M rjollu r n
U . .
ISAAC BOATMAN.
T)ec g igcn -jw
oov ow r
s
'fho Gennine Pearl Shirt for sale
at Brandyberry's, price S1.00. This
ia known to be the best shirt made,
.

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