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wnt GALLIPOLIS, FEB. 10, 1876. Tlie Official Paper ot Gallia County! Circulation, 1SOO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Auditor Evan, Report. J. D. Bailey, Reduced Price. . Anger Co., $25 A Day. J. CAE. J. Huttinpitter, hxvrance. Wm. JLufderheide, Carriage Fori. Bliclle JJJerman, Distortion. W. C. Miller, For Rent, A Xotlce. TuV Marine Docks will be re moved from Pt Pleasant on the 15th of next March. Snow fell Thursday to the depth of eight inches. This dampness is getting very wet The traveling plug tat doctor is fn .oar midst. Valentines are finding ready sale. in market, and There is some encouraging rail road rumors in circulation, but we have nothing definite to report Mb. E. R. Harding is teaching the La Belle School, in Lawrence county, and giving satisfaction. - Ock correspondents, this week, in form us that it is muddy. We might have died unhappy. . The Auditor is cudgeling his brain over long columns of figures, prepara tory to his settlement with the Trea surer. On Saturday the toy who could make a snow-ball the quickest and waft it the straightcst was the hero of the hour. The firm of Buckle & Ukfkbman, tanners, has been dissolved, Mr. Blickxe retiring. Ma. Z. V. Mauck, of the firm of Macck fc Gentry, has gone to his mother's home in Cheshire, to re cruit his poor health. Isonton blacklegs are in town. Don't stake your nickels against them. . Capt. Jonathan Hamilton has brought suit in the Mason county, ( W. Va.,) court for damages, against the Brown Brothers, for false arrest OvEitone hundred persons belong to the Sons of Temperance, organ ized in-our citv a few weeks since. The Fire Department of our city talks strongly of a dance on the 22d. Hon. E. A. Stone was in the city last week, looking as fresh as a rose. He says the legislature will do big work, and adjourn before the first of April. Durino the heavy wind storm, one nigut last ween, uie fuw the new steamboat or the Ward Brothers was blown off. The occupation of the average cit- izen, on Friday morning, was shov eling the snow off his sidewalk. He is indeed a lover of his fellow man who will do this. ' Don't fail to attend the Centennial Tea Party at Aleshire Hall, this I Wednesday) evening. Labor has been spared, and all things bespeak a. nlp.isant evenins among the old- time gals. . . An awning in front of E. Dele- toube's building:, on Second street fronting the Public Snuare, broke down from the weight of show there on, Thursday night - A Mr. Jno. A. Vanden has removed to his farm, in Clay township, and Ms. John Morton is a residont of onr city, r i There was a gift show in town one nieht last week. The crowd was not immense; there was no passing 'em over shoulders to get in. That show man denarted. voting man a fraud and a failure. N There are seven detestable looking curmudgeons in jaiL" The last ac cession was Nat Clark, a colored pusson, who was put in by officer McGhee, on Saturday, for cutting saddles and harness, out in Hunting ton. ' Mr. William C. Miller, so long engaged in the mercantile business in our city, has retired, and is sue- ceeded by Messrs. H. L. Miller and It is sqpposed that there is more gambling going on now in Gallipqlis Lo the souare inch than ever before. ir: . ulnlrora'l Acnusinnnllrffot intn - 1 tmnble. 8ome of the professionals wn,.ld better cash their chips, for their days are numbered. Rev. W. J. Fultoji is engaged in series of meetings with the Freej Baptist Church, of Middleport, with good success. tw Sr. men were busy. Monday nd Tuesday. The ic was taken r-m' the river floating, and is about fiye inches thick. There was an attempt at jail i hinrr Tnesdav evening. The 1ftrre rock. La ..re in a hooeful way to breathe the air of freedom, when they were i .nA the scheme niooed ln the bud. This occarred before hev were locked np for the night,' j : A New District. Gallipolis is to have a Board of Inspectors. Advices from Washing ton state that Secretary Bristow will give us a Board of local inspectors, with our city as headquarters, with district attached. . The district will extend from the Bi Sandy River to the Muskingum River, but not in cluding these two rivers. Great and Little Kanawha Rivers are within our district For the benefit of our readers we will state what the objects and du ties of this. Board are, how they are selected, etc., as taken from the Uni ted States statutes. The whole Uni ted States is under one officer for the inspection of steam vessels. He is pnlliwl Tnsneetor General. He has ten subordinates, each having adis trict called supervising inspectors. Under these last are established local hstonla nf InRiwtors. This is what we are to have. It will be the duty of this Board to examine hulls and boilers of steamboats, examine cap tains, mates, engineers and pilots of steamboats, and grant them licences. There are many other duties which we have not space to detail. This Board will consist of two member, inspector of hulls and inspector of boilers. , The collector of customs for the district, the Judge of the district court for the district, and the super vising inspector shall select this Board of Inspectors. The Inspector of Hulls is reqmred to have a practical knowledge of shipbuilding nnd navigation, and the uses of steam in navigation, to be fully coin netcnt to make a reliable estimate of the strength, sea-worthiness and other qualities of the hulls of steam vessels and their equipments, deem ed essential to safety of life in their navigation, and he shall not be select ed without the concurrence of the Supervising Inspector. The Inspec tor, of Boilers is required to be a man, who from his knowledge and experience of the duties of an en gineer employed iu navigating ves sels by steam, and also the construc tion and use of boilers, machinery and appurtenances therewith con nected, and is liable to form a relia ble opinion of the strength, form, workmanship and suitableness of boilers and machinery to be employ ed, without hazard to life from imper fection in the material, workman ship or arrangement of any part of such apparatus for steaming. No person who has not a good character, or is intemperate in his habits, oris directly or indirectly in terested in any patent article re quired to be used by any steamer, or who is a member of anj' association of owners, masters, or pilots of steam boats, or who is directly or indirect ly pecuniarily interested in any steam vessel, can be appointed a member of this Board, and any person so dis qualified who shall attempt to cxer- eisi anv oi me iuncnona ui mc -hM be dismis8e(l fro,n ofllce md fined 500 xhe selections for BoarJ gha1 ,je flp. w Swrptarv of the Treasury Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vanden gave a family party on Saturda3T, Mrs. V.'s eighty-first birth day. They had a lively time. Mr. V. will be eighty-nine years old in Apia. Both ef the old folks are in excel lent health, and promise to stay with the children many moons yet He came from the countiy, and drank the poorest whisky that has ever benzine. He came out about I -.o al.n. a...1 inimto envornl vnlllfl- "u" " ble promissory notes. The February term of the Court of Common Pleas, meets on the 28th, The docket has been made up. There are 202 cases on the docket; 14 for any day; 200 on the trial docket; 34 on the State docket, and 14 appear ances. It is thought that Judge Knowles will preside, . Mr. Alfred Kinder, who went to New Orleans in the earlj part the season in charge of produce boats, returned borne Friday even- in"', lie came mrougu oy ran, uuu . . i l . ;1 was just three days and three hours in making the trip. When he rmtjitnos were dull, selling at $1 per barrel. Thanks for papers. Mr. James Hannan closes his con nection with the Gas Works this week. He lias been Superintendent from the Btart and has performed the ti,e nosition with fidelity Hig retirement is not the result flf ftny fault with his manage ment, but solely in the line of ecpn- omy.- Gas consumers wm muss H.. as he was eyer kind ami accom . .. . Imrulnlincr in niS intercourse Wlkll I them. Mr. F. W. Dages takes Mr.ms- hax's place. a Musical Entertainment, EOLIAN club, Feb. 22d. A fine lot of cattle went East from our wharr, per steamer Andes, urday night There were fifty-six head, and their average weight 1616 pounds. They were fattened Charles Brale, Esq., of Mason coun ty, W. Va. Mb. W. C Miller, whose retire ment from the business of a chant is elsewhere announced, been in active business in this over forty one yeara, Messrs. Geo. W. uing, j. sl. Howell and D. J. Allison have been selected to represent Gallia county in the State Grange, which meets at Cleveland on the 15th inst DON'T FORGET the Musical Entertainment, Feb. 22d. - Mr. W. H. Reed, of Ohio town ship, has resigned the office of Magis trate, and will remove to Cheshire township. ' He is a good citizen, and we are glad that the County is not to lose him. Vinton is constantly complaining that she does not receive the Journal regularly. We do not know whose ranlt this is, but we'd like to know; so we would. We would hew down some official like Samuel did Agag. We mail the Journal regularly every Wednesday afternoon. It is, or should be, put in the way mail for Portland that night It is, or should be taken out at Rio Grande, and transferred to the cross mail. Are these things done? Somebody is at fault Stand up, you delinquent, and tell the court why the Vinton Journals are not sent through! iEOLIAN CLUB, Aleshire Hall, Feb. 22d. Messrs. J. fc J. Slkvin, of Cincin nati, wholesale dry goods dealers, filed their petition to be adjudged bankrupts, last week. Their liabili ties foot up $032,143 13, with assets amounting- to $277,405 85. Among the list of creditors we notice the name of E. T. Holcomb, Esqof Vin ton, who has a claim of $4,144 89. The people of Gallipolisare under many obligations to Senator Sher man and Col. Vasce for their suc cessful efforts in behalf of the estab lishment of the new District of In spection. It was a want which has long been keenly felt by river men, and the gentlemen named must have the credit of pushing the measure to successful issue. EOLIAN Musical Entertainment, Feb. 22d. of 1 Work was forgotten and neglected on Friday and Saturdaj. Every im plement of industry save only the snow-shovel was rusting from disuse. ' They were out sleigh-riding. Everj-- thing that would do for sliding, ex cept a cellar-door, was out and going like mad. The girls, God bless 'em, were out with their frumples, fixings, bows, ribbons and loose ends general ly," taking it all in. Our own Mary Jane, that long since melted this stony heart, was out too, (excuse these tears,) with another fellow. Sleighs that had served as hen roosts for the past two years; jumpers that never jumped before, and sleds topped off with drjr goods boxes were all brought into requisition. Even a long "dug-out" was brought from the river and drawn through the streets by six horses. Bells till midnight. In fine, they had just such another time as did the monkey and parrot, so familiar to those versed in profane history. , We call attention to the statement of the Pennsylvania Innuraucc Co, This popular company is represented by J. C. fc E. J. Hutsinpiller, who are ager.ts for a number of the strongest aud most reliable Insur ance companies in the country, in cluding Life and Accident A touxg man, colored, named Rob inson, the step-son of Harvey Rob inson, Springfield township, fell into the fire Friday evening, and was so severely burned that bis life is de spaired of. He was subject to fits, and it is supposed that ho fell Into the fire from one of these. Treasurer Gd left this ( Wednes day) morning for Columbus, to set tle with the State Treasurer. He will be ffone about a week, after o which he will be ready to settle with the several township treasurers. Good Times at Hand. From the Philadelphia Press. From every quarter news is daily received that business prospects be sin to assume a more cheering aspect, and that the depression and stagna tion of the past three years will soon lie succeeded by the tium ot industry and an era of prosperity to which the pntire country has been for that length of time a stranger. Pramas, Farces and Musiq, ALES1?IUE HALL, !.!. Feb. 22d. was by More Proof! Williams & Son (Druggists), N. Manchester, Ind., say Wish art's Pink Trek Tar Cordial al ways gives satisfaction ! They sell large quantities of it, and will certify it has fared many lite by its thoroughly farm inr the Blood, and permanently curing Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Catarrh and Consumption! - . . Palatable Medicines. Ayer's Cher- rv Pectoral Is a honeyed drop of relief his Cathartic Pills glide sugar-shod over the palate; and his Sarsapanlla is nectar that imparts vigor to life, re stores the health and expels disease. Waterfnrd (Pa.) Advertiser. has. city Now is the time to buy your Bqots, Sho,es and Hats while tly are cheap, a Jons Dages , Business Notices. 18 1 TOT-STORE 7tt R. CHASE HAS removed to the uew .Store on Second Street, between Talbott& Co. and J as. Vanden A Sou's. The best assortment of in the city, at the LOWEST RATES. SFA fine selection of Sheet Mu sic at McBride's Music Store. 18! TIN-STORE 178 Job-work and repairing done prompt ly at A. R. CHASE'S. Feb. 10, 187C. yPianos and Organs tuned promptly. Call at McBride's Music Store. gjSf Pianos and Organs, tire very best for sale or rent; terms easy. Address D. S. Johnston, Portsmouth, Oliio. Jan 27, '7G. 3m 3"-Any piece of Sheet Music may be obtained, or ordered for you without additional charge, at Mc Bride's Music Store. Feb. 10, 1870. John Dages is selling Hats less than were ever offered before in Gallipolis.' Down. Jowa They Go. Eleven Over Coats and aliotit 75 heavy suits. These goods are all No. 1 Winter Clothing, and will be sold at a great sacrifice, not wishing to hold the same over for another season. It will pay you to call on M. Moses. jrjJfTlie latest style shoes for La dies is Side Lace Box Toe. For sale at Jno. Dages'. Wanted Every person to know that I will sell my present Stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods AT FIRST COST; and will Inke In ex change all kinds of country produce. MRS. LOUISA BLOSSER, Cheshire, Ohio. Jan. 20, '70. lm - TRY IT! HASS EXPECTOBASTTlie Great Ueinedy for Coughs, Colils, Consumption, aw. all Diseases of the Throat ami Lor.s. Will Cure, and of ten wlifiii apparently hopeless. We do not mean to say, that when the Lungs are dest roved any medicine can create them anew. But -we do say, that if a person has a Violent Cough. Night Sweats, Creeping Chills, is confined to bed, a cure may be effected. One bottle may not complete the work, hut If the patient continues the use of the Expkc tokaxt, taking it regularly, relief will soon be obtained, and a Cure made. Haas' Kxpkctokast is Praia? Vko Table, Safe and pleasant to take. And its extraordinary virtue make it the Best Mediolno for Pulmonary Com plaints extant. Try it! price' 50 cents. Sold by all Druggists. What General Reil'snyiler Says: J. B. Daniel !t Co. Tkentox, N". J. Dear Sir: I have used H aas' Kxpec tokaxt in mv family for : years, and having the experience of knowing its great merits, do gladly recommend it to all sufferers with those distressing com plaints, for which it is intended, Gallipolis, Ohio, Xov. 2uth, 1875. For sale by Kerr & Bho.. Magukt & Son, J. & P. A. Sasns, Kathrvkn & Co. hkI J. I,. Uaywakd, ami ueaiers every where. Dee. .W,',a.-tl Cross and sickly children can be made healthy and strong by regulating their stomachs and liowels with.Gas- toria. It is more effective than Castor' Oil and is as pleasant to tike as honey. For Wind Colic, Sour Stomach, Worms and Costiveness, there is nothing in ex- tence eijual to Castoria. Why will you sulfur from Rheu matism, Sprains, Stiff Joints, Swellings, Burns, Scalds or Weak Back, when the Centaur Liniment affords certain relief. Many articles soothe pain to a certain extent, but the Centaur Ummeiii urcs. The White Liniment Is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment is for horses and animals. Dec. 30, '73. 3ra A MAN OF A THOUSAND. A Consumptive Cured. When death was hourly expected from CONSUMPTION, all remedies having failed, accident led to a discovery whereby Dh. II. James cured- his only child with a preparation of CANNABIS INDICA. He now pyes this receipe free on receipt of two stamps to pay ex penses. There is not a single symptom of consumption that it does not dissipate ni-htsweat8, irritation of the nerves, difficult expectoration, sharp pains in the lungs, nausea at the stomach, InaC' tfori of the bowels, and a wasting of the muscles. Address Craddock & Co., 1032 Race St Philadelphia, Pa , giving name of this paper. Sept. 9, 1875. 6mos. The greatest bargains ever offered in Boots and Shoes in Gallia county, at John Dages'. Call and see. Itemeiuber This. Now is the time of the year for Pneu monia, Lnng fever, Coughs, Colds, and fatal results of predisposition to Con sumption and other Throat and Lung Disease. Boschkk's German Sybcp has been used in this neighborhood for the past two or three years without a single failure to cure. If you have not used this medicine yourself, go to.your.Priig gist and ask him of its wonderful suc cess among his customers. Two doses will relieve the worst case. If you have no faith In any medicine, just buy Sample Bottle, p.f Boscliee's German Syrup for 1Q, cents and try It. Regular size Bottle 75 cents. Don't neglect pqugU to. saye 75 cent;s. FURNITURE. JAMKS OATEWOOD. . , w. o. fuller. - WM. SHOSltR. HATWARD. GATEWC3D, FULLER & CO., manufacturers op GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Jan 20, 1373. Hlieriff's Hale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, .. PLRSLAT to the coiHumnd of an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of said county of Gallia, anil to me directed. 1 will oiler for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipo lis. in said county of Gallia, on the 28th day of February, A. D. 1870, st the hour of one o'clock P. M. on said day, the fol lowing described lands aud tenements. situate in the county of Gallia aud State of Ohio, to-wit : Beginning at the north east corner of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter or sectiou Ho. twenty-six (20,) in township Xo. live (5.) of rang So. fifteen (15,) of the Ohio Company's Purchase, in said coun ty of Gallia, and State of Ohio, at a cor ner from which a (logwood a inches in diameter bears south 38 west, a hickory 0 incites in diameter bears M)uch 80 de gree eat al links; ruuninir thence south tljrty-six (30) chains ami thirteen (U) links to a corner at Raccoon Creek, in section ao. tvventy-nve (2.,) in the township and range aforesaid; thence up said creek to a comer from which a sour wood 12 iuclits in diameter bears north 82 degrees east 10 links, and a su gar tree 0 inches in diameter bears north 42 degrees east 8 links; thence north 5 degrees east twenty-seven (27) chains aud fifty (50) links to the Hue between the said sections Nos. tweiitv-fire (2u) and twenty-six (20;) thence north 27 degrees east twenty 20) chains; theuce north 49 degrees east to the northwest corner of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of said section No. twenty-six (2b;) thence uorth to cor ner No. six (C) in the olat and survey and record of the proceedings in the partition hereinafter referred to, on the quarter line of said section, where a white oak 8 inches in diameter is a cor ner tree ; thence south 45 degrees east to the north line of said south west quarter of the southeast quarter of said section No. twenty-six (20;) thence east to the place of beginning, containing forty two acre (42) and rtlv (50) hundredths of an acre in said southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of said section Xo. twentv-fix (20.) and sixteen acres and eighty hundredths of an acre in the suutheakt corner of the southwest quar ter of said sectiou Xo. twentv-six (20,) aud two (2) acres in the southwest cer- ner of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of said section Xo. twenty-six (20,) and eighty-eight acres and fortv-four huuefredthsof an acre in the middle of the north side of said sec tiou Xo. twenty-five (25,) making one hundred and fortv-nine acres and sev enty-four hundredths of an acre iu all, more or less; being the same preinisos heretofore, to-wit: in the vearl849, in a certain proceeding in tho Court of Com mon t'leas in anil torsalil county oi i,al lia aud State of Ohio, for the partition of real estate, wherein James W. Rader was iK-titioner, ami hlizaiteth leader, Mary Elizabeth Kader, and Illiain i;. Katler were defendants, which were set oil" and assigned to the said James W. Rader to hold in severalty, and were surveyed and platted, and which survey 4iid plat were duly returned to said Court and recorded, and now remain of reoonl irfkti Clerk' uttiuttal-aUl Court, iu Vol. No. 3, pages 287, 2S8, 28!l, 2!K) and 201 of the Chancery Records, to which said record of said plats, survey and as signment reference may be had for a more particular description ol said premises, together with all and singular the appurtenances. Appraised at four thousand two hun dred kiiiI fifty dollars ($4,250.) To be sold as the proierty or Jonu Snieltzer and others, at the suit of Charles Creuzet. Terms of sale Cash. Given under mv hand this 27th day of January, A. D. 1870. CUAK1.K.K MU.MM, Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 187G. 3w Sheriff '8 Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, . 1 PURSUANT to the command of an or der of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of said county, aud to me di rected, I w ill offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court house, iu the city of Gallipolis, iu said county, on the 0th day of March, A. D. 1870, at the hour Ol one o ciock i'. ji.oi said day, the follow ing lauds and tene ments, situate iu the county oi uauia, and State of Ohio, and liounded and de scribed as follows, to-wit; Commenc ing at a point In the line of city lot num ber one hundred (J(KI,) on I bird street, forty (40) feet from the comer formed by Court street and Third street; thence on the lino of said lot two aud State treet fortv-six feet, more or less, to the comer of D. S. Ford's part of said lot; thence back from Third street eighty- lx (cot. more or less, to the tine ot said ior No. MOO:) thence at riirht angles with said line toward Court street forty six (40) feet, more or less, to Alexander Mclntyre's lino corner; thence at right angles to the beginning point on Third street, being part of city lot No. one hundred (100.) in the city of Gallipolis, in the county of Gallia, and Mate oi Ohio; to be sold exclusive of improve ments. .... Appraised at eighteen hundred dollars (1800.00.) To h sold as the nronertv of Charles Creuzet, at the suit ol JuliaJV.u. warm Terms or sale Uasil. Given under my hand this 3d day of February, A. D. 18,0. Sheriff G. C. O. Feb. 3, 187C 6w WherifT Hale,. The State of Ohio, Gallia County,. TYITTtSUANT to the commaud of an I order of sale from the Court of Pnnnnon Pleas of Gallia county, and to me directed, I will otter tor sale at puo li. auction, at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipo lis in aaid county, on uie oin uay of March, A. D. "1870, at the hour of one o 'clock P. M. of said day, the following lands and tenements, sit imfe in said county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, and bounded and described as fnllnwa. to-wit: All of the northeast quarter of the north-west quarter of section eieveu, town muraim nngrm- teeu, excepting twenty acres on oi me west side of said lot of land. Appraised at two hundred and forty dollars (S34U.UO.; And also. all that part of the north aeef nnflrfpr fit section No. eleven, town four (4) and range sixteen (10,) that lies west of Sand fork Creek and formerly owned by David W. Boggs, containing forty acres.' more or less. Appraised at six hundred and fifty dollar? (650.00.) Each of said tracts of land to be sold separate. To.be sold as the property Charles L. McAIIster awl o.then, at the suit of Ephraim ratterson's Assiguee. Terms of sale Cash. 4 Given under mv hand this 3d day m 1 I A 1-fc IQyti reortutrv. i. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. 0, Feb. 3d, 4870,-v? . of ojt PIGS! For Sale. WE are prepared, to furnish this cel ebrated breed of Swine at all ages, direct from imported and thor oughbred stock, at uusiactory prices. Specimens of this bn.l may be seen at tUe Figuring Mills of II. H. A . II. Nkal. Prices furnished on application to E. H. SEAL or G. W. CLAKK, Gallipolis, O. ' Jan. 27, UTt.i Notice. THE nndersigned has been duly ap pointed and qualified as Executor of the last will and testament of Clark R. Watts, late of Jackson county, de ceased. All persons indebted to sahl estate will make immediate payment; aud all persons having claims against the same will immediately present the same, duly authenticated, for allowance. WILLIAM WAUUtLL, Executor. Jau. 27, 1876. 3w Notice. TEPHEV THOMPSON, au.t MiMred M. ThoiniHon bis wife, of Cbarletoa, in the Suit of Virginia will take notice that William Sbolier. of GaUmoU" Ohio, itidnnthe 31st iy of January. A. t. 181. Hie his petition aft lilaiiitilT in the Court of IVwmi Pleas, In t.alli comity, in the State of Ohio, a;aitit saiil Stephen -Thompson, Mildred H. Thompson his wile, and Davi.l V. Haituers. 4leienlant. set. tinir l,irth subtautilly that saitl Stephen Thoui)son and his wile, on Octoiier ltt. lstin. made and delivered their mortiraire deed to the laintilr. to the lower or southwest hall or city ot N'o. three hundred and sixty-three ISS-1. 1 in the city or tiallilis, Ohio, tu seeuru the pay ment to the plaintiff of certain iiroraissorr notes under seal, two of which remain tiniaid: that said Smittient claims oine interest iu said ball lot: and praying that said Stephen Thompson and bis wife inar pay to plaintiff two hundred dollars with interest thereon from Octoiier 1st, A. II. IMS less nrteen dollars ot date of ovem- IwrSlth. IS7-1. or that said premises may be sold to pav the same: And said Stephen Thompson and Mildred M Thompson are n outlet! mat they are required to apjiearaml auswer said pe tition on or liei'ore tbe third Saturday alter the lth day of March. A. 1 l7rt. fr'el) 3. 18T8.-OWI W U.I.I AM SHOI1EK. HlierilF's iSale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, it. PURSUANT to the command or an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of said county of Gallia, and to me directed, I will oiler for sale at public amnion at the front door of the Court-house, iu the city of Gallipo lis, in said county, on the 28th day ot February, A. D. 1870, at the hour of one o'clock P. M.ot wild day, the following described lands and tenements in the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, to- wit: The southeast half ot city lot iu the city of Gallipolis known and ntiiii ltered three hundred and thirty (3:W) on the Record Plat of the City of Gallipo lis, except a part ot said halt lot which was previously deeded to Abraham Las lev bv Elliott ISosgs ami wife for a diisurlptiou of the piece excepted in said half lot reference is hereby made to the said deed from Elliott Boggs and wife (o Abraham Lasley. - Appraised at seven hundred and titty dollars (730.) To be sold as the property ot Ginoons S. Jones aud wife, and others, at the suitof The (iullipolis Central Building and Loan Association. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 27th day of January, A. D. 1S7. Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 187U. 5w pI?rifi"' f-inlo. The State of Ohio, Gallia county, . PURSUANT to the command ot an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of said county of Gallia, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public miction, at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallio lis, iusaid county of Gallia, on the2Sth day of February, A. D. 1870, at the hoiir of one o'clock I. Mi on said day, the following described lauds and tene ments, situate in the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, aud bounded and de goribed as follows, to-wit: A certain piece of laud being and lying iu Guyan township, Gallia county. Ohio, in the division of John Bay's heirs-at-law, de ceased, all the land lying west of Gallia street, Crown City, or Back street, in William J. Rankin's addition to Crown ,'itv, iu one hundred acre lots Nos. tii7 and 078. there beius seventy acres, more or less, together with the privileges and appurtenaticea thereto belonging. Appraised at seventeen iiumircu ami fifty dollars (1750.00.) To lie sold a the property of William J. Rankin, Barbara Rankin, and James Crawford, at the suit of Damariu A Co. Terms of sale Cash. Giveu under my baud this 27th day of January, A. D. 1870. J ' , . . - .... .... .... VS'I, tUAlthbn MUAIU, Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 1870. 5w KlteritTV Nsile. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, . PURSUANT to the command of an or der of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of said county of Gallia, and to ine directed as Sheriff of said county, I will otter for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court-house, in the ityof GalliM)lis. iu said county ol UiU ia", on the 28th day of February, A. D. 870, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. ou 18711. aui.l dav. the following described lands nml tenements, situate in the city of Gallipolis, iu the county of Gallia, and State of IHilO, anu oouuueu mm uesui iucu as follows, to-wit: City lots numbers two hundred and seventy-one i,j two hundred aud seventy-five (275.) two hundred and seventy-six (270,) aud twentv-one (21) feet front by one hun dred ("100) feet deep off of the lower or southwest side of city lot three hundred and one (301,) with the appurtenances, in the city of Gallipolis, iu said county of Gallia, aud State of Ohio. Appraisement: City lot .o. 2i, ap praised at 2,800; city lot No. 275, ap praised at 1,100; city lot No. 276, ap praised at 2,700, and 21 feet front by 100 feet deep of the lower or southwest side of city lot No. 301, appraised at 150. Total appraisement, 0700.00. To lie sold in separate tracts as above described as the property of Richard Langlev, Sarah B. Jagley, ins wiie, and James E. Langley, at the suit of John Dages. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 27th day of January, A. D. 1S7. IIIAHLM Slll"l Sheriff G. C. O. White Holcosib, Att'ys for Pl'ff. Jan. 27, 1876. 5w Sheriff's Sale. The Stale of Ohio, Gallia County, . PURSUANT to the command of an or der of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of Gallia county, aud to me directed, I will offer at public sale at the front door or the "Joiirt-nouse, iu ine city of Gallipolis, Gallia county, Ohio, ou the 6th day of March, A. D. 1876, at tbe hour of one o'clock Jr. St. or said day, the following lands and tenements, situate in the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, to-wit: Beginning at the cor ner or city lot number ninety-six, Intersection of Court and Third streetSi in tiie city of Gallinoli: thenee along the line of 3d street forty feeff thence at right angles to the northwest side oi said lot; thence ahyi- a.ld nwthwest ide to said Court street i theuce alo ng Court street to. pjac-e of 'em'We of partof lot No. i; to 1 sold exclusive ol twenty-five hundred dol- ,aUThT the property of Alexan Her WcJntyre. at the sul.t W( Julia A. G.. Warth. , ' . aul ClUUI. Given under mv haud this 3d day of February, ES STUART, . Sheriff U. C. O. Feb. 3, 1878. 0W WHITE YORKSHIRE Sheriff Hale. The tittle of Ohio, Gnllia County, WURSCANT to the command of an Jtr order of sale from the Court of (otuinon Pleas of Gallia county, aud to me directed, 1 ill offer for sale at the front door of the Court House, in me city of GalliiHdi, in i.l rouMv of Gal lia, ou tiie Z8tli day oi' t-curu .i y, A. D. 1876. at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following lands and ten ements, situate in said county of Gallia, and .state of Ohio, and Imtitnleil ami de scribed as follows, to-wit: All that part of one hundred acre lot No, 485, town ship Xo. 4, range Xo. 14. Gallia county, and State of Ohio, that lies west of the dividiuit line between sections Nos. 15 aud 21 in said towirsliip and range. Appraised at twelve hundred and fif ty dollars (1250 00.) To be sold a the property of John T. Hem, at the suit of John Rothgeb's Executor. Terms of sale Cash. Giveu under my baud this 27th day of January, A. D. 1870. CHARLES STUART. Sheriff G. C. Ohio. Jan. 27, 1876. .w The State of Ohio, Gallia County,. PURSUANT to the command of an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of Gallia county,. and to me directed, I will oner for sale at the frontdoor of the Court-house in the city of GalliMlis, iu said county of Gallia, ou the 28th day of February, A. D. 1870, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following described lands and tenements, situate in said county and State, aud bounded and described as fol lows, to-wit: C'oininencinif ut the south west corner of James Helltngtou slaml, forty acres being aud lying in the northeast corner of the southeast quar ter of section number thirty (30,) town one (1,) range fourteen (14 ;) from thence southeast to the Bladeusburg and Mer cerville roa?; thence southwest about ten roils to the old road ar, the foot of a hill where a gate now is: thence north erly with said old road far enough so that a line running due west to the twan Creek and Providence road will make forty acres of land off of the north part of the premises deeded to M. A. King by John Campbell. Appraised at eight hundred dollars (S00.00.) To be sold as the proerty of Thomas A. King aud wife, at the suit of The Gal lipolis Central Building aud Loau Asso ciation. Terms of sale Cash. Giveu under my hand this 27th day of January, A. D. 1870. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 1870. 3w So nearly perfect are the recies of These wonderful pain-soothing and heal ingCentaur Liniments, that weean con fidently say they will alleviate any I ill in arising from flesh, lioneor muscle derangements. We do not pretend that they will mend a broken leg or extermin ate boils, but even in such cases they will reduce the inflammation and stop the pain. Nor can we guarantee the proper results where the body is poi soned by whisky. Temperance is as necessary to a proiier physical, as men tal condition. The Wuiie Centack Liniment is par ticularly adapted to all cases of Rheuma tism, liimln, N,irl(fiM. Krjrit"l, Itch, Sprains, Cliillblaius. Cuts, Bruises, Stings, Poisons, Scalds, Sciatica, Weak Back, Pains in the side. 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One dollar, or even fifty cents, invest ed In Centaur Liniment will be w ithin reach when an accident occurs, and will do more good than any amount of mon ey paid for medical attendance. When physician are called they frequently use this Liulment, and of course charge several prices for it. The Yellow Centaur Lininieni is adapted to the totign skiu, uiuscies and flesh of the animal creation. It effects uwu severe cases of Spavin, Sweeny, Wind-Gall, Big-Head aud Poll Evil, are little less than marvellous. Messrs. J. McClureit Co., Druggists, cor. Elm and Front Sts , Cincinnati, O., say: "In our neighliohood a number of teamsters are using the Centaur Lini ment. They pronounce it superior to anything tliev have ever used. We sell as hi"h as four to five dozen bottles er month to owners of horses aud mules. We have volumes of testimonial de scribing cures of Sprains, Kicks, Gall, inii.Kvll. Hiir-llead.aiid even Founders, which are little less than marvels. No owner of an animal can afford to lie without a iMittle or tJentaur i,iniineui., which any day may prove worth twen- ,v times It cost. ' Sold everywhere, but prepared only at the Laboratory of J. B. Rose k Co., 4G Dey. St, New York. Cross, sickly babies and children may enloV health and mothers have HKst, If thiy will use Castoria. Worms, fever E " teething, wind colic, sour stoui- cross and produces sickness. Castoria will assimilate the food, ex oel worms, and correct all these thing. For twenty years Dr. Pitcher experi ...fl ! Ins nrlvate Dractice to produce an effective Cathartic aud stomach reg ulitor which would be as effective a Castor OU, without its unpleasant taste or recoil. , The reputation of his experiment ex tended. Physicians and nurses rapid ly adopted his remedy, to which he cave the name of Castoria. - Castoria is as pleasant to take as hon ev regulates the stomach and bowels, .V.N .liwa not irrine. It is adapted to all azes, contains no alcohol, and is abo- . " . , i . I. a nine, ,c II 1 1 u In. tint Try Castoria once and you will never be without IU Prepared at the Laboratory of J. B. Rosk A Co. , 46 Dey Street, New York. Dec. 30, 1875. 3m mm Iaents Bit irmais! Niff FRESH FROM NEW ICSK. CALL AT THE Qneensware House OF HEHRY P. ELIAS, AND SEE THEM. Full Assortment AND CL1EAP; Sold Wholesale and Retail. Court St, Gallipolis, Ohio. Jan. 20, 1S76. . Notice IS hereby giyen that a petition will he presented to the Commissioners of Gallia county, at their next session, to he held on the first Monday of March, A. 1). 1870, pravin? for the alteration of the State road leading from Gallipolis to Poineroy, as follows: Commencing iu the present State ro-ul at a stake op posite a point ten feet easterly of the east bar post of John R. Cole's bars in Gallipolis township: thence in a north easterly direction through the lands of John R. Cole, adopting the most suita ble ground: thence in same direction through the lands of Edward Willis to ward the uorthwest comer of lot No. 1280 ou the plat of Fair Haven owned by Alviua J. Dennis, sons either to pass said northwest corner leaving it lust on the right of the roadway, or passing the roadway directly over said corner, as the view era may determine: from thence enrvini! through the other lands of Ed ward Willis toward the lower front cor ner of the front door yard of Mary Young, so as to round the said corner of her front door yard to her dwelling house; theuce to and ending at a stake opHisite her ilni-llinir-hoiise, in the present State road, and for vacating so much of the present State road as lies between said points of commencement and ending. JOHN HUTSINPILLER, JOHN SANNS, and others, Petitioners. Feb. .1. 1870. 4 w Road Notice. WTOTICE is hereby given tliata pctl Xl tiou will be presented to the Com missioners of Gallia county, at their next session in March, A. D. 1870, pray ing for the alteration of the Gallipolis and Pomeroy Stale road ou the fol lowing line, to-wit: l.egi lining at or near John R. Cole's bars in Galli- IMilts township: theuce running in a northeasterly direction across the lands of the said John K. Cole to the lands of Edward Willis: thence iu same direction across said Willis' land, and across the lands owned by the late Calvin Shepard, so as to come out and intersect the pres ent State road at or near what is known as the Butler house, on land recently aold to John Bryan from the Shepard farm, and there to 'terminate. Said al-ii-rnii- . U-ry trout a straight Unelf necessary, to make a good road. The old road to lie vacated. A PETITIONER. Gallipolis, O., Jan. 31, A. D. 1870. 4w Road Notice. myOTICE Is hereby given that a peti Jji tiou will be presented to the Com missioner of Gallia county at their March session, A. 1. 1S70, praying for an alteration Ol l lie riare roan leaning from Gallijioli to Pomeroy, as follows: Commencing at a point about twenty feet east of a sycamore tree standing near Emery Bailey's dwelling, in Galli poli township; theuce near or across Emery Bailey's lot: theuce across thft laud of John R. Cole to or near the west corner of said Cole's peach orchard; thence across the lauds of Edward Wil lis, John W. YtMiug, ami John Sanns, to the west corner of Samis' orchard; theuce across the lands of John Hutsin piller aud John Brvau to a hickory tree standing ou the lauus oi saui .lonu ur, an: thence lo the west corner of John BrvnnVifarileii; thence across the hinds of 'Deem & Stone, and Reulieu Allen to the southeast comer ol said Kentx-n Al leu's irardcii : thence running with the old road to the township line, and there to terminate. Fell. 3, 1870. 4w Notice. NOTICE is hereby given mat a peu tiou will be presented to the Com missioners of Gallia county, at their .ovt ulon. to beheld in the city of Gallipolis on the first Monday of March, A. D. 1870, praying ior me rsuiniisu- meiit of a county road along uie iouow- i at if described route in said county, . . . - . i . .. i i . i . namely: Begumum m i"" ruau icaum 1V....1 Galllnoli to llarrUburg, at or near the. northwest corner of Wm. Waddell's. meadow. East or K. K. vtailileu s nouse. running through the lands of Wm. Waddell and C. 11. McCormick, running a southwesterly direction, crossing the main prong of Chickamauga Creek at or near a hickory tree standing on north bank of said creek: thence tno nearest and best route to make a good road; iulersectiug the old Ctiillieotne road at or near the rorks of said road north of James McCormick house and there to end. PETITIONER. Feb. 3, 1870. 4w - Road Notice. A PETITION will be presented to the Commissioner of Gallia coun ty at their regular March session. 1870, nravin" for the alteration of the Mud Kun road, in Green township, beginning on the Gallipolis and Irouton road at a irum tree: thence wmi j. muiey imts . A f kntf llii holfkur lO a Sllir wrv vii ""k. Mike Sigler's House. Jan. 27, 1870. 4w Valuable Mill Prop erty for Sale! The property known a the H RRISBURG FLOURING MILLS, with SAW M ILL, several acres of land, iiiclmlinga frame dwelling-house choice fruit trees.eoiivenientout-bnildings, Ac. MILL HOUSE 3UX4U, tnree-story. French Burr Mill Stones with. Mill for grinning com , imprwTcu .-.m,,. Mill; Dutch Anchor Bolting Cloth. The machinery with its attachments ar ranged with an eye to durability, capaci ty and convenience. These Mills enjoy a large patronage aud the purchaser will have nothing to do but go al once luto active business. A rare chance for a bargain as the owner is determined to sell, intending; to ro west- WM- WOOD, Harris P. O., Gallia Co., Ohio. Jan. 20, 187H. ' - For Sale. fOUR one hundred acre tets fn OhfO) Jf township; known as the Tlar.er Sact, WHITE, 6 H0LC0MJ3.