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GALLIPOLIS, FEB. 17, 1876.
The Official Iapeir oi Gallia County! Circulation, 1SOO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. H. P. Klias, Cheap Light. S. P. Wood; farm and Mill for Sale. C. W. Henklng, To Gas Consumers.' J,'C. A E. J. HuUlnpiller, Insurance. Ida Koontr, Notice. C. Stuart, Sale. M. Thompson, Farm for Sale. E. N. Ridgway, Wanted. John Btz, Saws. Hutchinson & Baldrldge, Stove. Weather Report. Week ending Monday, Feb. 14, 1876. Thef. 7 a.m., 2 r.M.,9 r.M., meah. weath Tuesday..28 Wed 39 Thurs.. .49 FH......60 Sat.:.. ..33 Sun 36 Afnn hi 48 37" 37.60 Cl'dy 56 55 57.25 Rain 65 59 58.00 Fair 58 50 54.50 Rain 53 41 43.00 Clear 66 59 55.00 Cl'dy 62 43 47.50 Fair A vra rm temrwM-atu re for the week, 49.53 Moon's phase. Le quarter, 16th d., 11 h., 24m., evening. T. N. WILSON. Na pnrncji this vear. The late cold weather has killed them. Mr. James Preston is our authority. Who is this that does this shoot ing, at night? Somebody will get sent over to the majority yet - The country people came to town on Saturday. Preparation for Court brought the major part of them. Workmen are again repairing the jaiL This time they are fixing the place the lads made in trying to get out last week. . A shall boy named Shank, aged about five years, fell off a dry goods box on Second street, Thursday, cut ting his head badly. . The agency for the Union Central Life Insurauce Company for this city is begging. m The Alex. Chambers, which has been repairing here, has gone to Cin cinnati with a tow. Rev. Eben Muse has heen en gaged to supply the pulpit of the Presb3'terian Church. His inau gural will be delivered next Sabbath. Valentines were numerous among the children on Monday. Mbs. Joseph Hannan, of Ironton, is visiting friends in the city this week. m There was a donation partyat the residence of Rev. R. Breare, on Mon day evening. The gifts were many and substantial. Mr. Breare is cer tainly among his friends. - The Sons of Temperance talk of establishing a Reading Room. The steamer Trout is winning friends in the Kanawha trade. She never fails. The Andes is the boat for Cincin nati this (Wednesday) evening. Messrs. Jno. W. Howell, Geo. W. Bing and David J.Allison left on the Hudson, Sunday evening, for Cleveland, to attend the State Grange to which they are representatives. - Mb. Stone has introduced a bill in the Legislature giving Probate Judges power to sell property found , upon dead bodies of unknown per sons. Gen. Reifsnyder returned from his western trip last Thursday. He is pleased with the appearance and activity of the great West. - - Tippett thinks we haven't suffi- cient water here to work the Point Pleasant dry docks. He forgets that ' we have the combined waters of the two rivers that flow by his door! Father Francis Guthrie, of our city, wiir make his future home at Clifton, W. Va. We hope him many years yet ' Dr. W. Thos. Northup has gone to Chicago for a week. We hope Tom will miss the teat of teropta - tion. - The Sheriff and Deputy are taking the mud in search of defendants, ju rors, witnesses, transgressors, etc Samuel Gaskins, of Ohio town ship, makes the eighth man in jail Samuel is crazv. He was confined once before. Mr. J. B. Geppert, of Cincinnati, sends us a copy- of the Post Office Bulletin of that city, together with splendid specimens of printing. The Government tender boat, the Lilv. passed up on Saturday, paying the lighters of the river lamps, and supplying them with oil. m A Cincinnati drummer got into trouble Thursday night at a dance at he Merchants Hotel, and was badly pounded up. From reports it teems he was at fault. We hear, and we will give the name of our informant for sufficient ducats, that the boys had a cock fight across Chickamauga, on Sunday. CouaT street is to loon. have a new sa - The total collections for the De cember tax were $66,798 40, of which the State receives $13,407 52, leav ing tor count ud local purposes 153,390 88. . I Odb correspondents at Rio Grande and Harrisburg are correct in regard to the Vinton Journals. We ascer tained some days since that the delay in their delivery was occasioned fron r ! ,m mea i nam ui wuucbwu niiu vn mail, and that want of connection . . m i i was the result wholly of bad roads. - The Gas Company gives notice of a reduction in the price of Gas. The meter rent is taken ofr entirely, and the price of Gas practically reduced to $3.00 per 1,000 feet. This is com amendable liberality on the part of the Gas Company. Uallipolis cor porations have souls. Jas. Harper, Esq., has been grant ed Letters Patent and constituted "Printer of Royal Edicts," with the title "Count of Ems" of the Cincin nati Mardi Gras, which comes off on the 29th. A formidable looking commission with two large seals is the emblem of his authority. He is required to organize and report the strength of his household, and sun dry other things pertaining to his dignities, under penalty of the Royal displeasure. The commission is signed by Tunga Merika,. Keeper of the Seals. Ha .will .be, there; sucu honors are rarely vouchsafed. Bro. Tippett feels belligerant to ward Gallipolis, and defiantly chal Ipnges to "fight her to the bitter end.' Ah, Tip., your prowess was not al ways or that seal ware, nigu -ionea character. You must have been eat ing onions, for don't you remember in 18G3 how skilfully we interposed our musket to cover your retreat from Gen. Jenkins' best racers! Whew! how you scratched gravel! . The Methodist Church Centennial party, on Wednesday evening, in Aleshire Hall, was a decided success. The Hall was crowded with people. The ladies in their Continental cos tumes were the great feature of the evening. It afforded us young 'uns an opportunity to see how our grand mothers, in their day, dressed. The net receipts were $102. The Continental Fire Ins. Co. pub lishes its statement in our columns this week, showing solid cash assetts of $2,845,165.64. Tiie Continental is one of the Co.'s that adopted the New York Safety Fund Law, by which she only pays her stockhold ers 7 per cent, dividend balance of profits to go to a special fund for pro tection of policy holders. She also writes on farm property of all kinds, on the instalment plan, for three or five years covering loss by light ning. Farmers will find this mode of insurance, highly advantageous. The Continental is represented by J. C. fe K. J. Hutsinpiller, Agents, Gallipolis, Ohio. ' One White, unaccused, attempts a defense of eaniblers. of whom he says he is one. This moral agricul turalist says that he is a swindler, and attempts to define what a swin dler is. Webster says a swindler is "a cheat; a rogue; one who defrauds grossly, or one who makes a practice of defrauding others by imposition or deliberate artifice." Now; before White imparts valuable information to the public, he should pick up some for his own use. We will amend our item of last week and say: John White is in town; attention, Marshal, Solicitor and Mayor! There is an ordinance, etc. Several Masons went up to Buffa lo on Monday to ttend Masonic pro ceedings there. Henry Frank, a former resident of this city, but now a citizen of Mari etta, died in Cincinnati on Monday. His age was about 66 years. P. S. It appears that Mr. Frank hung himself, while laboring under a fit of mental aberration,caused by se vere pain, superinduced by a long continued and severe illness. A Board, consisting of Capt J. S. Devinney, Supervising Inspector of Steamboats, the Surveyor of Cus toms at Wheeling, and the Judge of the District Court of W. Va., have been directed by Secretary Bristow to designate two suitable persons for appointment as Inspectors, to be sta tioned at Gallipolis. The new In spectors are to be subject to the lo cal Board of Inspectors at Wheeling. Mr. Louis Dukain, of our cit', has secured a patent for his new in vention a handle for garden tools It is a complete thing. Would it not le a good time now to agitate the question of building turnpikes in the county? We would like to hear briefly from our corres pondents on this question. - The body of an unknown boy was found in the Ohio river, at Mr. Geo Moore's upper landing, on Tuesday of last week. Mr. A. T. Morton, who found him, furnishes the follow ing description: 4 feet 2 inches high, between 10 and 11 years old, auburn hair, and was dressed in jeans pants, red flannel shirt, a canton flan nel shirt and over these a striped calico shirt, a blue neck-tie and mo rocco shoes. He was buried at the point where found, on the bank above high water. ' Catching Cold! Sometimes ex posure in. very raw wind inflames the pituitous lining of the Nose, and causes an unhealthy flow of mucus, which leads to chronic Catarrh, Sore Throat, Cough, and Disease of the Lungs, Con sumption and premature Death, unless speedily Cured by Wishart's Pen Trek Tax Cordial! ' ' . ! Oliver Joses and Anthony Svtap- set are men of color. The former lives in the neighborhood of Patriot and Gallipolis enjoys the privilege or bein? the home of. the latter. Of Jnx hnt little is known, but Swap - snr has often been suspected or sun -1 n..k.f:Ana rvf rl t vara fc rt 5r!fc dry subtractions of divers rticles. This one formed the design of clean ing out the meat house of Sheriff Stuart. On Saturday night they carried it into execution, and carried off twenty-four fine hams. Jones was lodged in jail, one 01 the hams having been found at an old lady's, np town, where he had sold it. Swapset was suspicioned, but he distanced the police, and has ab sented his body since. A search warrant revealed some hams in the cellar of Julius Gurdy, and some also in the coal-house of one Sade Henry Gurdy and Miss Henry were ar rested and taken before Judge Kerr, on Monday, and waiving an examina tion were bound over to court in the sum of $200 each. Jones was re leased from jail on Tuesday, there be ing no proof against him. . Musical Entertainment, ' JSOLIAN CLUB, Feb. 22d. DON'T FORGET the Musical Entertainment, Feb. 22d. Funds. The following are the school and township moneys due each township and separate school district: School. Township. Ohio $1,127 30 $154 23 121 31 111 13 188 78 136 78 1G7 79 171 26 116 44 150 36 107 32 200 09 171 34 164 62 53 08 Harrison 1,230 00 Clay 1,592 30 Addison 1.41S 77 Cheshire 1,844 68 Green 1,734 32 Springfield ......... 1,546 8G Moriran 1,054 79 1,629 0C 2,054 62 1,507 91 1,178 12 1,848 83 1,571 90 203 34 397 39 396 82 230 84 7,750 01 Walnut Perry Raccoon Huntington ... Greenfield ..... Guyan Kvger District. Centerville " . Vinton . CrowuCity" . Gallipolis . 86 35 11,076 08 Totals $30,324 46 $13,177 56 From the State Gallia county draws $7,959.20, while she pars the State $4,336.68, a difference of $3,622.52; an allowance of 80 cents per pupil. J20LIAN Musical Entertainment, Feb. 22d. Mr. Daniel Will declined to serve as a member of the Board of- Direc- tors of the Gallipolis, McA. k C- R R Co., and Mr. William Walker was appointed and sworn in to fill the vacancy The Presbyterian social will meet at the residence of Mr. J. M.. Kerr, on Front street, this (Thursday) evening. Mrs. E. V.Bino lectured on temper ance, Monday evening, at tue m. a. Church. Dramas, Farces and Music, ALESHIRE HALL, Feb. 22d. The Bank of Commerce, at New London, Conn., was robbed on the night of the 8th. Loss $21,500. Judge Welsh is now Chief Jus tice of the Supreme Court . iIf vou want any Goods in the way of Harness, SADDLES, BRIDLES, COLLARS, WHIPS, IIAMES, TRACE -CHAINS, or anything else in the above line, call on J. M. KERR & CO. and get the best there is made for the least money. Full Stock on hand at all times. Feb. 17, 1876. iEOLIAN CLUB, Aleshire Hall,.' Feb. 22d. 400 PLOWS Just received, and will be sold very low for CASH! Call early J. M. KERR & CO. Feb. 17, 1876. 2 w Now is the time to buy your Boots, Shoes and Hats while thev are cheap, at John Dages'. . Attachment. John Varney, Plaintiff, against M. C Vrmira rtufoniliint. Kffnre A. W. Wood, J. P. of Raccoon township, Gal lia county, unto: V the first riav of Februnrv. A. D J 1876, said justice issued an order of attachment in the above action for tbe sum of $79 65. Raccoon Tp., Feb, 13, 1876. JOHN VARNEY. Feb, 17, 1876.-3w Business Notices. 18 1 TIN-ST0BE 1 76! A. R. CHASE HAS removed to the new 'Store on Second Street, between falbott Co. und Jas. Vandeu & Sou's. The best assortment of in the city, at the LOWEST RATES. A 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, 1870. . JF"Pianos and Organs tuned promptly. Call at McBride's Music Store. Pianos and Organs, the very best for sale or rent; terras easy. Address D. S. Johnston, Portsmouth, Ohio. Jan 27, '76. 3m 'Any niece of Sheet Music may be obtained, or ordered for you without additional charge, at Mc Bride's Music Store. Feb. 10, 1876. John Dages is selling Hats, less than were ever offered before in Gallipolis. Down, Uown They Go. Eleven Over Coats and about 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. . . -The latest style shoes for La dies is Side Lace Box Toe. For sale at Jso. Dages. Wanted Every person to know that I will sell my present Stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods AT FIRST COST; and will take in ex change all kinds of country produce. MRS. LOUISA BLOSSER, Cheshire, Ohio. Jan. 20, '76. lm m TRY IT! II ASS EXPECTORANT The Great Kennedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Will Cure, and of ten when apparently hopeless. We do not mean to say, that when the Lungs are destroyed 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, but if the patient continues theu.se of the Expec torant, taking it regularly, relief, will soon be obtained, ami a Cure made. Haas' Expkctoraxt is Pckk.lv Vege table, Safe mid pleasant to take. And its extraordinary virtues make it the Best Medicine for Pulmonary Com plaints extant. Try it! price 50 cemts. Sold by all Druggists. What General Belf'siiyder Says: J. B. Daniel & Co. Trenton, X. J. Dear Sirs: I have used Haas' Expec torant in my family tor :) 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. W. REIFSXYDER. Gallipolis, Ohio, Nov. 20th, 1875. Vnr oiile liv Kr.KR A RrO.. MaOITKT & Son, J. & P. A. Sasns, Rathburx & Co. and J. L. Hayward, and dealers every where. Dec.30,'75.-tf Cross and sickly children can be made healthy and strong by regulating their stomachs and lwwels with Cas torla. It is more effective than Castor Oil and is as pleasant to take as honey. For Wind Colic, Sour Stomach, Worms and Costiveness, there is nothing in ex istence equal to Castoi ia. Why will you suffer 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 Liniment cures. The White Liniment is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment is for horses and animals. Dec. 30, '75. 3m A MAN OF A THOUSAND. A Consumptive Cured. When death was hourly expected from CONSUMPTION, all remedies having failed, accident led to a discovery wherebv Dr. II. James cured his only child with a preparation of CANNABIS INDICA. He now gives this recelpe free on receipt of two stamps to pay ex penses. There is not a single symptom of consumption that it does not dissipate nights weats, irritation of the nerves, difficult expectoration, sharp pains in the lungs, nausea at the stomach, inac tion 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. Cmog. . . , . ' The greatest bargains ever offered in Boots and Shoes in Gallia county, at John Dages . Call and see A Fact Worth Knowing. Are you suffering with Consumption, Pmiirhs. Severe Colrin oot.rled mi tbe Breast, or any disease of the Throat and Lungs? If so go to your Druggist and get a bottle of Boschkr's German Syrup. This medicine has latelv been introduced from Germany, and is sell ing on its owu merits. The DeoDle are going wild over its success, and Drug gists all over 'our country are writing us of its wonderful cures among "their customers. If you wl3h to trv its su perior virtue, get a Sample Bottle for 10 cents. Large size bottle 75 cents. Three doses will relieve any case. Try It. FURNITURE. jamks gatkwood. W. O. FULLER. J.C.HOTSINPII.LKB. WM. SHOBKR, T. R. HAYWARD. GATEWCOD, FULLER & CO., manufacturers of GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Jan 20, 1873. Sheriff's Kale. The State of Ohio, Gallia Courtly, ts. PURSUANT to the command of an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of said county of Gallia, and to me directed, 1 will otter 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. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. on said day, the fol lowing oescrioea lands and tenements, situate iu the countv of Gallia and State of Ohio, to-wit: Beginning at the north east comer of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section No. tweuty-six (26,) in township No. five (5.) of range No. 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 dogwood 5 inches iu diameter bears south 38 west, a hickory 6 inches in diameter bears south tie de grees east 31 links: runnin? them-a south thirty-six (30) chains and thirteen (13) links to a corner at Raccoon Creek, in section No. twenty-five (25,) in the township and range aforesaid; thence up said creek to a corner from which a sourwood 12 inches in diameter bears north 82 degrees east 16 links, and a su gar tree 6 inches in diameter bears north 42 degrees east 8 links; thence norths degrees east twenty-seven (27) chains and fifty (50) links to the line between the Baid sections Nos. twenty-five (25) and twenty-six (2C;) thence north 27 degrees east twenty (20) chains; thence north 49 degrees east to the northwest comer of the southwest Quart -r of the southeast quarter of said section No. twenty-six (2t;) thence north to cor ner No. six (6) in the plat and survey and record of the proceedings iu the partition hereinafter referred t , on the quarter line of said section, where a winte oak q incites in diameter is a cor ner tree; thence south 45 decrees east to the north line of said southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of said section .o. twenty-six (20;) thence east to the place of beginning, containing fortv- two acres (42) and lity (50) hundredths of an acre in said southwest quarter of tue southeast quarter of said section No. twenty-fix (20,) and sixteen acres and eighty hundredths of an acre in the southeast corner of the southwest quar ter of said section No. twenty-six (26,) and two (2) acres lu the southwest cer- ner of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of said section No. twenty-six (20,) and eighty-eight acres and forty-four hundredths of an acre in the middle of the.north side of said sec tion No. twenty-five (25,) making one hundred aud forty-nine acres and seventy-four hundredths of an acre in all. more or less; being the same premises heretofore, to-wit : in the vear 1849, in a certain proceeding in the C.iurt of Com mon I'lcas in and tor said county of ual lia and State of Ohio, for the partition of real estate, wherein James W. Rader was petitioner, and Elizabeth Rader, Mary bJizubeth Rader, aud H illiani C Rader were defendants, which were set off and assigned to the sai l James W. Rader to hold in severalty, and were surveyed and platted, aud which survey and plat were duly returned to said Court and recorded, and now rcni'iiu of record iu the Clerk's olliceof said Court. I.. X' . . I V n .o -i.i.l .1 .li 1 1 1.1 .1 in Tui. u. o, injurs zoi,zoo, io, ant aim 291 of the Chancery Record-, to which said "record of satrt plats, survnr and signment reference may le had for a more particular description or said premises, together with all aud singular the appurtenance. Appraised at four thousand two hun dred and fifty dollars (4,250.) To be sold as the property of John Smeltzer and others, at the suit of Charles Creuzet. Terms of sale Cash. Given under mv hand this 27th day of January, A. D. 1S7C. U1AKI.KS nil) AKT, Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 1870. ow Sheriff's Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia Count;, s. 1JURSUANT to the command of an or der of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of said county, and to me di rected, I will oiler for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court house, in the city of GalliiKHis, iu said county, ou the 6th day of March, A. P. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following lauds and tene ments, situate in the county or uaina, and State of Ohio, and bo imled and de scribed as follows, to-wit; Commenc ing at a point iu the liueor city lot num ber one hundred (101),) on Third street, forty (40) feet from the comer formed byCourt streetand Third street; thence on the line of said lot two aud State street forty-six feet, more or less, to the corner of D. S. Ford's part of said lot; thence back from Third street eighty six feet, more or less, to the line of said lot No. (100;) thence at right angles with said line toward Court street forty six (46) feet, more or less, to Alexander Mclntyre'8 line corner; thence at right angles to the beginning point on Third street, being part of city lot No. one hundred (10U,) In the city ot uauipoiis. iu the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio; to be sold exclusive of improve ments. Appraised at eighteen hundred dollars ($1800.00.) To be sold as the property of. Charles Creuzet, at the suit of Julia A. G. Warth. Terms of sale IJasti. Given under my hand this 3d day of February, A. u. isib. tllAKI-th SiUABI, Sheriff G. C. O. Feb. 3, 1876. 5w fSlierill 's (Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. PURSUANT to the comraaud of an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of Gallia county, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at pub lic auction, at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipo lis, in said county, on the 6th day of March, A. D. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following lands and tenements, sit uate in said county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: All of the northeast quarter of the north-west quarter of section eleven, town four and range sir teen, excepting twenty acres off of the west side of said lot of land. ' Appraised at twi hundred and forty dollars ($240.00.) And also, all that part of the north east quarter of sectiou No. eleven, town four (4) and range sixteen (16,) that lies west of Sandfork Creek and formerly owned by Pavid W. Boggs, containing forty acres, more or less- Appraised at six hundred and fifty dollars ($650.00.) Each of said tracts of land to be sold separate. To be sold as tho property of Charles L. McAlister and others, at the suit of ipliraim Patterson's Assignee. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 3d day of KeDruarv, a. u. i7o. Cn ARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. I 'Feb. 3d, 1878.-6 w . WHITE YORKSHIRE FIGS ! ForSale. WE are prepared to furnish this cel ebrated breed of Swine at ail ages, direct from Imported and thor oughbred stock, at satisfactory prices. Specimens of this breed may bo seen at.the Flouring M11U of IX. H. A E. H. Nkal. Prices furnished on application to E. H. NEAL or G. W. CLARK, Gallipolis, O. Jan. 27, 1873. -3w Notice. THE undersigned has been duly ap rulnri ami nimlified as Executor of the last will and testament of Clark R. Watts, late of Jackson county, de ceased. All persons indebted to said uei-nt-B will mMka ImmMliata nnvnieiit: and all persons having claims against the same will immediately present tne same, duly authenticated, for allowance. Executor. Jan. 27, 1876. 3 w Notice. STEPHEN THOMPSON, and Mildred M. ThomDSOn his wife, of Charleston, in th State of West Virginia, will take notice that William Shober, of GallipolU. Ohio, did on the SUt rtaror January. A. O. I37 file hit petition a plaintiff in the Court of Common Plea, in liallia county, in the State of Ohio, against said Stephen Thompson. Mi 1. 1 red M. Thompaon hU wile, and Davul V. Smithert. ileiemlants. set tins forth substantially that said Stephen Thompson and his wile, on octolier 1st, INKS, maie ami itenvemi metr tnorti?a? .ieet to the fila.ntiff. to the lower or southwest half of r.ity nt No. three hundred and sixtv-three 1364.1 in the city of Gallipolis, Ohio, to been re the pay ment to the plaintnf of certain promissory notes under seal, two of which remain unutid: that said Sraithers claiinssoraa interest in said hall lot: and praying that said Stephen Thomjison aud his wife may pay to plaiotin two hundred dollars with interest thereon from Octolier 1st, A. I 18m less Ulteen dollars ot date of Novem her4th. IS7S. or that sid premises mar le sold to pay the same: And said Stephen Thompson ana Mildred M. Thompson are notified that they are required to appear and answer said pe tition on or tie lore the third Saturday alter the 16th day of March. A. D. 1878. f eu. i.ltm.-Swl WILLIAM 8HOBER. JSlieriiT's Male. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. PURSUANT to the command of an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of said county of Gallia, and to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the Court-house, iu the city of Gallipo lis, in said county, on the 2Sth day of February, A. I). 1476, at the hour of one o'clock P. M.of said day, the following described lands and tenements in the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, to wit: The southeast half of city lot iu the city of Gallipolis known ami num bered three hundred and thirty (330) ou the Record Plat of the City of Gallipo lis, except a part of said half lot which was previously deeded to Abraham Las ley by Elliott Boggs and wife for a description of the piece excepted in said hlf lot reference is hereby made to the said deed from Elliott Boggs and wife to Abraham Lasley. Appraised at seveifhundred and fifty dollars ($750.) To be sold as the property of Gibbons S. Jones and wife, and others, at the suit of The Gallipolis Central Building and Loan Association. Terms of sale Cash. Given under mv hand this 27th day of January, A. D. 1876. CIIAKLE STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 1876. 5v S41ierin"'M Knlo. The State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss. PURSUAXT to the command of 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 auction, at the front door of the Court-house, iu the city of Gallipo lis, iu said county of Gallia, on the 28th day of February, A. I. 1S76, at the hour of one o'clock P. XI. ou said day, the following described lands and tene ments, situate in the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, and bounded and de scribed as follows, to-wit: A certain piece of land being and lying in Guyan township, Gallia county, Ohio, iu the division of John Bay's heirs-at-law, de ceased, all the laud lying west of Gallia street, Crown. City, or Back street, iu William J. Rankin's addition to Crown City, in one hundred acre lots Nos. 677 and 678, there being seventy acres, more or less, together with the privileges and appurtenances thereto belonging. ' Appraised at seventeen hundred and fifty dollars ($1750.00.) To be sold as the property of William J. Rankin, Barbara Rankin, and James Crawford, at the suit of Damariu 4 Co. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand tills 27th day tt January, A. P. 1876. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 1876. 5w HlierilF'x Hale. The State of Ohio, Gallia Comity, ss. PURSUANT to the command of an or der of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of said county of Gallia, and to me directed as Sheriff of said county, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court-house, iu the city of GalliK)lis, in said county of Gal lia, on the 28th day of February, A. P. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock P. M.ou said day, the following described lands and tenements, situate in the city of Gallipolis, in the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, anal bounded aud descritied as follows, to-wit: City lots numbers two hundred and seventy-one (271,) two hundred and" seventy-five (275,) two hundred and seveuty-slx (276,) and twenty-one (21) feet front by one hun dred (100) feet deep off of the lower or southwest side of city lot three hundred aud one (301,) with the appurtenances, in the city of Gallipolis, iu said county of Gallia, and State of Ohio. Appraisement: City lot No. 271, 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, $6700.00. To be sold in separate tracts as above described as the property of Richard Langley, Sarah B. Langley, his wife, and James E. Langley, at the suit of John Pages. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 27th day of January, A. P. 1876. fJHAKI-.l'.S SllAKI, Sheriff G. C. O. White A Holcomb, Att'ys for Pl'ff. Jan. 27, 1876. 6w Sheriff's Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. PURSUANT to the command of an or der of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of Gallia county, and to me directed, I will offer at public sale at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipolis, Gallia county, Ohio, on'the 6th day of March, A. P. 1876, at the hour or one o'clock If. M. 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 of city lot number ninety-six, the intersection of Court and Third streets, in tho city of Gallipolis; thence along the line of 3d street forty feet; thence at right angles to the northwest side of said lot; thence along said northwest side to said Court street; thence along Court street to place of beginning, being partof lot No. 96; to be sold exclusive of imApprolsedM 'twenty-flvehundred dol lars ($2500.00.) To be- sold as the property of Alexan der Mclntyre. at the suit of Julia A. G. Warth. ra.iuii at SAla Casbr Given under myhand this 3d day of February, A. u. i--o. e". ,? CHARLES' STUART, - : : Sheriff G. C. O. Feb. 3, 1876. 6w Sheriff 'm Hale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, m. URSL'AXT to the-command of an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of Gal tia county, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at Uie frontdoor of I lie Conr; House, In the t-lty of Gall!H'liw in ' ron- v of Gal liit, on the iStli dav of teoru .ry. A. I) 1873, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following lands and ten ements, siuiate4n said county of Gallia, aud State of Ohio, and hounded anil de scribed us follows, to-wit: Alt that part oi one nuuurea acre lot Xo. 485, town ship Xo. 4, ranjje Xo. 14, Gallia county, and State of Ohio, that lies west of the dividing Hue between sections No. 15 and 21 in said township and range. Appraised at twelve huudred and flfw tv dollars (11250 00.) To be sold as the property of John T. Hern, at the suit of John Kothgeb's Executor. Terms of sale Tash. Given under my hand this 27th day or .Tdimurv A Tl li!-e CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. Ohio. Jan. 27, 1376 5w iSherifF'H Hale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County,. PURSUANT to the command of an .. order of sale f.arhe Court of Common Pleas of Gall sWtnd to me slirected, 1 wuifj V.-te frontdoor of ''-o r Vy of Gallipolinu i, J V, on th28th oT;Mi J, at the hour of J r''i day, the foliar -53"1 Statetaud rwrfOMrrarn3.X f- lol- lowito-wit: Couitneticirfirat 1m toimi west comer of James Wellington's land, forty acres being aud lying in the northeast corner of the southeast quar ter ot section omuiier thirty (J,) town onefl.) range fourteen (14 ;j from thence southeast to the Bladensbtirg and Mer cerville road; thence southwest about ten rods to the old- road at 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 Swan Creek and Providence road will make forty acres of laud off of the north part of the premises deeded to M. A. King by John Campbell. Appraised at eight hundred dollars ($800.00.) To be sold as the property of Thomas A. King and wife, at the suit of The Gal lipolis Central Building aud Loau Asso ciation. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 27th day of January, A. D. 1876. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. CO. Jan. 27, 1876. aw So nearly' perfect are the recipes of these wonderful pain-soothing aud heal IngCentaur Liniments, that we can con fidently say they will alleviate nil) pain arising from llesli, boneor muscle derangements. We do not pretend that they will mend a broken legorextermlu ate" boils, but even in such cases they will reduce the inflammation aud stop the pain- Nor can we guarantee the proper results where the body is poi soned by whisky. Temperance is as necessary to a proia-r physical, as men tal condition. Thb White Ckntavr Liximknt is par ticularly adapted to all cases of Rheuma tism, Lumbago, Neuralgia. Erysipelas, Itch, Sprains, Chillblains, Cuts, Bruises, Stings, Poisons, Scalds, Sciatica, Weak B-icW, Pains in the side. Wounds, Weep Iii2 Sinews. Burns. 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It is adapted to all ages, contains no aicouoi, uu jo iw lutely harmless to the most tender In-fnt- Try Castoiia once and you will never be without lu Prepared" at the Laboratory of J. B. Rosk Co. , 46 Pey Street, Stew York. 60.30,1875.-310 Centaur Liniments MO Notice r hereby given that petition will be -presented to the Commissioners of GallU county, at their next session, to be held on the first Monday of March. A. D. 1878, praying for the alteration of the State road 'leading from Galllpolui to Pomeroy, im follows: Commencing in the present State road at 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 K. role, adopting the most suita ble ground; thence in same direction through the lands of Edward Willi to ward the uorchwesr corner of lot No. 1386 on the plat of Fair Haven owned by Alvina J. Dennl. so as either to pass said northwest corner leaving it Just on the riiffct of the roadway, or passing the roadway directly over said corner, as the viewers may determine ; from thence carving through the other lands of Ed- warn tins 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; thence to and ending at a stake opposite her dwelling-house, in the present State road, and for vacating so much of the present State road as lies between said points or commencement and ending. JOHN HUTSIXPILLER, JOHN SAXNS, and others, Petitioners. Feb.-3. 1876. Jw Road Notice. WTOTICE is hereby given thatapetl JL tion will be presented to the Com missioners of Gallia countv, at their next session in March, A. P.1S76, pray ing for tH alteration of the Galllpoiis and Pomeroy Stat road ou the fol lowing line, to-wit: Beginning at or near John R. Cole's bars in Galli olis township; thence running iu a northeaster) v direction across the lands of the said John R. Cole to the IhikIs of Edward Willis; thence in same direction across said Willis' land, and across the lands owned by the late Calvin Shetmrd. so as to come out and intersect the pres ent State road at or near what is known as tbe Butler jiouse, on land recently aold to John Bryan from the Shepard farm, and there to terminate. Said al teration to vary from a straight line, If necessary, to make a good road. The old road to he vacated. A PETITIONER. Gallipolis, O., Jan. 31, A. P. 1876. 4w Road Notice. WTOTICE is hereby given that a petl tion will be presented to the Com missioners or Gallia county at their March session, A. l. 18i6, praving for an alteration of the State roail leading from Gallipolis to Pomeroy, as follows: Commencing at a point about twenty feet east of a sycamore tree standing near Emery Bailey's dwelling, in Galli polis township; thence near or across Emery Railev's lot; thence across the land of John R. Cole to or near the west corner of said Cole's peach orchard; thence across the lands of Edward Wil lis, John W. Young, and John Sauns, to the west corner of Sanns' orchard; thence across the lands ot John lliitstn- pl Her and John Brran to a hickory tree standing on the lands of said John Br an; thence to the west corner or John Bryan's garden ; thence across the lands of Deem Jc Stone, and Reuben Allen to the southeast corner of said Reuben Al len's garden ; thence running with the old road to the township line, and there to terminate. Feb. 3, 187. 4w Notice. TMPOTICE Is hereby given that a petl JJt tion will be presented to the Com missioners of Gallia county, at their next session, to be held in the city of Gallipolis ou the first .Monday of March, A. I. IS76, praving tor the establish ment of a county road along the follow- ng described route in - said county. namely: Beginning in the road leading from Gallipolis to Harrisburg, at or near the northwest corner of Wm. Waddell's meitdow, East of E. E. Waddell's house. running through the lands of Win. Waddell aud C. II. Met ormlck, 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 the nearest aud best route to make a good road; intersecting the old Chillicotha road at or near the forks of said road north of James McCormick's house and there to end. PETITIONER. Feb. 3. 1876. 4w Road Notice. A PETITION will be presented to the Commissioners of Gallia coun ty at their regular March session. 1876, praying for tue alteration of the Mud Run road. In Green township, beginning ou the Gallipolis aud Ironton road at a gum tree; thence with J. sioieys lenca to a sugar tree ou Long Run, below Mike Sigler's House. Jan. 27, 1876.-4w Valuable Mill Prop erty for Sale! The property known as the HARRISBURG FLOURING MILLS, with SAW MILL, several acres of land, including a frame dwelling-house choice fruit trees.con yeiiientout-btiildiugs, Ac. MILL HOUSE 30x40, three-story. French Burr Mill Stones with Mill for grinding com; Improved Smut 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 ami the purchaser will have nothing to do but go at ouce into active business. A rare cliancu for a barzaiu as the owner is determined to sell, intending to go west. WM. H. WOOP, Harris P. O., Gallia Co., Ohio. Jan. 20, 187. Hherill 'b Hale. The Slate of Ohio, Gallio County, sr. PURSUANT to the command or an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of said county of Gallia, and to me directed, Iwlll offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Uourt-liouse, r.TaarK , i i.i nf ftiillia. on the 28tn n- 1876 at the hour of one o'clock P. M. on said day, th following descriDeti lauus aim icne-monts-to-wlt; Situate in said county of n.in. and State of Ohio, and in the town of Porter, described as follows, Tnivn hit. number one fl.l aa A , " ' " laid off on tbe original plat of said town nf Porter, together with the Drivile?es and appurtenances thereto belonging. Auoraised at fifteen hundred aud fifty dollars ($1550.00.) - To be sold as the property or ai. niimnr. a riminUtrator of C. P. Fill more, and others , at the suit of Alexan der Baird. Executor of Adeu Fillmore, deceased. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 27th day of January, A. P. 1876. LUAKLKS SllAKl, Sheriff G. C. O. Jan. 27, 1876. 6w Bv an arrangement of the parties lit the above matter, the purchaser of the above described property, at the sale. can, if he wishes to do so, ootain a loan from them, bv which he can pay rortlia same on the following terms, to-wit: . . ... , , l.lit In stnA une-tniru casn uown,wi"ii" vear. one-third lu two years from th day of sale, deferred payments to draw interest at six per cent, aud be secured by first mortgage ou m pictni. For Sale. TTIOUR one huudred acre lota t Ohio F township: known as the Hanev tract. WHITS A HOLCOttf.