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at the end of the year. WM. NASH, Editor. GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 1, 1876. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET For Secretary of State, MILTON-BARNES : of Guernsey county.' 1 1 For Judge of the Supreme Court; W. W. . BOYNTON, . of Lorain county. For Member Board Public Works,' JAMES C. EVANS, of Delaware county. ..... Republican Congressional Convention. The Republican voter of the tererml oounties comprising the Eleventh Congressional District f Ohio, are requested to send delegates to the BomlnaUnicoonrenUoa to be held at the Court House, la Portsmouth, Ohio, oa Wednesday, Jane 7th, 1876; ' fA eleven o'clock A. M. The ratio of Septesenta tioa will be one delegate tor each two hundred Totes east for Governor Haves, at the last Octo ber election, and one delegate for each fraction of one hundred Totes or over. This ratio will give the several counties the following number of delegates: Gallia.- - - 1 ' - -" - ' - - IS Hooking, ' - - :- - . . . - - ' 1 Jackson, - - . - - IS Lawrence, - - - -J9 Scioto, - - - -.. - -, - W Vinton, - . . - .'-'I By order of the Republican Congressional Committee of the Kleventh District. Republican Congressional Convention. J. W. BANNON. Ch'a Scioto Co. WM. BETTS, Lawrence county. JAMES HARPER, Gallia county. F. REMPLE, Hocking county. A. B. MONAHAN, Jackson county. H. C. JONES Vinton county. REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION. - VEXTIOJL .. ; "TneRpprUblicans of-Gallia County ValtTnviled to meet ii" tthe Court House ifrQallipolis, on 1 '."'2U"1U) .Ml. for theMHirpose or patin ne Coinmissione3rH.''"V' Also, Tor the tnESu-tion ofsuch business as may, llEopyy come be fore the Convention, including the appointment of a County Executive Committee, and thdVsSectiou of fi, teen delegates to represent the Coif ty in the Congressional Convention. Every Republican in the county is invited to attend, and take part in the work of the Convention. Come out, and let us open the Centennial cam paign with a live meeting. K3lpT m.. L. W. MAUCK, S. Y. WASSON, ' J. J. POOL, N. B. SISSON, WM. NASH, Committee. X 'latporms will be of little use this "year. I be people will look to the 3 T .1 - . C p 11 . , latform. If the Republicans i . inr rrpa npnr wnn in n a MT .... jfeople that honesty and integrity are A. . 1 A 1 io De governing principles oi nis administration.- Bristow and Hates possess these elements of success, and wo do not find them existing with certainty in any other candi date. If the Republican National Convention desires to respond to the popular demand of the masses, it will confine its selection of a candidate to these two gentlemen. The Melodcon Ha.lL building, Cin cinnati, was partially destroyed by fire Jriday, evening. The greatest loss jJT&aTbflfrffScelebrated paintinz. 'oflTglLu-ilts com mTeEial al n e ia estimated at from $100,000 to tie c the-Pr jiso.ooo.' -.: : , Bkprbsentativk Hewitt, of New York, testified this morning that he was con vinced from personal experience that the Engineer of the House does not know the difference between a high and low : pressure cnglne.--Washington corres pondence Cincinnati Gazette. Further evidence of the "reform" that democrats' have brought into Congress.. Blaine will have the largest num ber of votes on the opening ballots at Cincinnati. Col. Robert M. Douglas, son of Stephen A. Douglas, has been elected a delegate from North Carolina, to the Republican National Convention at Cincinnati. The Pomeroy Telegraph pro nounces in favor of B. H. Bristow for President, believing him to be the strongest candidate which the Republicans can . possibly put in nomination. mere are a great man persons who hold the same opinion. Judge J. J. ' Harper, of Ports mouth, prominently mentioned for Congress in this district, declines to allow his pame to be used in that connection. He has made a worthy Judge, and the people desire to keep him in that position!'" m ' ' The result of the faraons whisky raid is published. ' 179 persons were indicted, 110 convicted, and $600,000 in fines put in the Treasury, the to tal expense being only $25,000. That is better results than all the demo cratic investigations.," The President sent to the Senate last week, the nominations of Mr Pierrepont, for Minister to England, Judge, Tafi - for Attorney-General, and J. Donald Cameron for Secretary of War. The nominations were im; mediately confirmed. Neighborhood News. Globe Furnace, at Jackson, burned on Friday. Loss jabout $15,000; no insurance. , H. S. Bondy,lH. GjJonesy.JX Mackley and; A. B; Mpnohan mire arrested forcontemp? of courts at Jackson, on Friday, were reprimand ed and discharged. "-TrheToTlowf hg"weimd-"In- the Tlh- ton county court report: State Vs. W. W. Gibson. Shoot ing with intent to kilL Sentenced to Prxt i tea U&ry ior aV-year, without hard labor. Sentence suspended till next term of Court and defendant grant ed new trial, and allowed to go at liberty under bond of $1,000. Rev. S. B. Matthews, after a short visit to the M. E. . Conference at Baltimore, ia again with us. , The Rev. gentleman is feeling.somewhat sick since his trip. : ; Mrs. S. B.' Matthews gave a mu sical entertainment at the fiarsonage on last Friday evening for the bene fit of her Sunday-school class. Ra cine Cor; Pom. Tel. ' A concert was held at the Poplar Church in Cheshire township, Gallia county, last Saturday night It was for the purpose of obtaining money to buv a new organ lor the church. . Benjamin Rothgeb, of Cheshire township, had his ankle broken one day last week. Salem vr. tame. , - A few weeks since we printed an item statingthat Mr.' Philander Ed- munds6n, formerly of Middleport, had recently died in one of the n est em States.. We have the best au thority now for contradicting the re port. He writes from Newtou, Iowa, Slay 17th, as follows: You can say to those whom it may concern, that I am now at mv best fiofhtinsr weisrht. and can whip the man tlfat manufac tured the yarn; never had better health , in my life, notwithstanding the undertakers are putting in some very low bids on the box; but I am not ready to ' let out that job for awhile. Middleport Republican. Capt N. L. . Robinson, of Ports mouth, was in our olliee last week. He is gradually, but surely going down with consumption. He looks much worse than when we saw him last, some time before the October election. He coughs terribly. Jack ton Standard. ,., . jWe see in the Portsmouth Rcnubli onrMliat Coleman Jflllt:th will be a cahdidatei-sbef0!"cA the ' Republican Convention 1T Sheriff of Scioto coun , awrence County Republican pn was, held at Marion on Saturdaj'. It; was a ' large and har monious body. The Congressional delegates were instructed for Hon H. S. Neal. ' - i Mr 3 1 Hon. John L. Vance passed down on the Telegraph Thursday, en route for New Orleans, where he goes as one of a committee to investigate the New Orleans Custom House, under Packard, Casey, and others of that ilk. Ports. Timet. We suppose it will be a tecret in vestigation. That seems to be Vance's plan - of conducting such operations. - The question is now seriously discussed, aroonar Democrats, of sending the financial question to the Congressional districts. It is a dodge to rid themselves of the embarrass ments surrounding the question. A greenback man can then vote for a hard money candidate, or a hard money man for a greenback candi date. They can go for the spoils in a united body. SjNfthe cry tor cheaper railroad farel jfor concessions on the part of J Philadelphia hotels and restau rants, goes unheeded, there is less talk of visiting the Centennial Exhi bition. . .. , In Memoriam. Whkreas: It has pleased the Almighty In His wisdom and goodness to remove from our midst our worthy Urother, .Iamks CHKKiKGTON, a member of Spring field Grange, No. 210, P. of H.; there- tore he it .. , ; . Jiesolved, Tiiat we deeply mourn the loss of our deceased Brother. Iiesalned, That the sympathies Of the U range be extended to the family upon whom the loss falls most heavily. . Sesolved, That a copy of thee resolu tions be given to the bereaved family : also that a copy be furnished the county papers for publication, and also that it be placed upon the Minutes of the F. M. BLAKE. JOSEPH DELILLE. R. S. WATTS. Committee. P. of H. GALLIPOLIS, GALLIA Co., OHIO, May 25th, 1876. The members of Gallia Co. Coun cil will take notice that the next regu lar session of said Council will be held at Gallia Grange HalL in Green township, on Thursday, the 8th day of June, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M. A full attendance of delegates is desired. An invitation is given to all 'members of the Order to meet with us. , By order of the Council. W. L. JAMES, Master Co. The J: C. Crossley is still in the Ironton' and Pomeroy trade, and is doing a star business. Capt. Bat .on the roof, Will Walters in the office, and Squire Suiter at the wheel, make a jolly, well-met trio that a! ways in sures a pleasant trip either up or down. Take the Crossley for a pleas ant quick trip. . :) . Remember the Mass Meeting Sat nrday. Every Republican in the county is invited to ' take part in its deliberations. Let us ' have ' a large meeting. ..!s, .- . . Ma. Wm. Kinder, of Clay town ship, has planted three hundred bushels of petatoesv - ,.. , U ; J. M. Kerr has been elected a member of the Mason county, (W. Va.,) Agricultural Society for the ea- suing year. For the Gallipolis Journal. Addison Items. Crop prpyiecta Jair p Almost cold enourh for frost Tuesday -and Wednesday aioruings. Since then old Sol 'has the sway, auu comes dpwu the near way, making the sukae quite a luxury for those mat can Indulje. - - - The eround is becoming dry and rain la much needed for grass, oats and corn. Farmers are well up with their work, having kmk wlMry-few -aLiya.oa ac count of rain for six weeks. "Miss Barbara Swisher, daughter of G. W. Swisher, on Little' Kygor, died the 27th inst.. aftfer a lone illness, with con sumption. The sickness on campaign is aoating; tne eit cing. :- i.. -, ; " We noticed at the Farmers' fJluo meeting Messrs. Skees, Van Vleefc and Leopold Frank, from Gallipolis. Mr. S pares full statement of the order of Forresters, oeing uruso quesuuneu prr- tv thorough ly. some seemed favorably impressed with the explanation ; wheth er it near any jruiw reuiaiua iu oe kccu The dance last Monday at . George's Creek was rather a failure, judging from reports too much lager. Miss Clara Rothzeb arrived home Fri day, from a four months visit to relatives in Illinois, Highly pleased with same. Mr. John Berry, formerly from Ad dison, died at his home near uttumwa, Iowa, of lung fever, in April last. Yes. "Puer," why not. tell us all? voubave many thiuars in Cheshire we never expect to have. You have one we never, want, f. e. the itch. Your fin ger nans are on now to tne quica scratching. ' is icine seven-year ucnr Mr. R. M. Fulton has the finest piirs; they are the Magee stock. Mr. F. takes special care i-a breeding bis pigs keeps none .. but thorough-bred; thev are BLIX. For the Gallipolis Journal. Gallia Furnace Gleanings. Furnaces done planting corn. . Some ready to plow between the corn Good demand for cows and hogs, but not many to be had. Wheat, oats, corn and grass look well for the season. ' "Potato bug" is an old story, but we think it will be an older story before they quit us. -There is an Increased demand for No. 1 Inn. There is a strong talk of "putting up: a steam flour mill on Dirty-face Creek, by a party of men from Ironton. We like to see business go on. Last Saturday, May 19th, a party of men numbering about fifteen, left Gallia Furnace for the fulls of Raccoon, on fishing expedition returned the next day, with their carriages heavy loaded with fishes. Jos. Norton, of Ports mouth, was along with the squad, and we are told, held a prominent position among the fishermen. The party feels highly grateful for the cordial and kiuu manner wun wmcn tney weroreceiyeu a nu jrejUiiujLtiwrbtH)pTe along Kac coon. At the last meeting of the Board of Education the colored population failed to have representation, their districts not being recognized as school districts, Hard money has not reached us yet, and not much of any otiier kind The work on the bridge across Symms Creek this last season, we would pro nounce very good, If there was a littl more of it. We suppose the CommiS' sioners did the best they could under the present circumstances. We have a promise ot about a half crop of apples peaches and pears will be rare, There are not many here affected with i DESOTO. For the Gallipolis Journal. Base Ball. LINCOLN, OHIO, May 28, 1876. A game of Base Ball was played on the grounds of the Andes, between the Andes, of Lincoln, Ohio, and the Firsl Nine of Sand Fork. Score stood An des, Sand Forkers, 2S. SHANNON BOSTER, Sec'y. Transfers of Real Estate. Recorder Booton reports the follow ing transfers of Real Estate since ou last report : Outan To. Andrew J. Johnson and wife to Maliuda Gilbert, 10 acres, $100. John Chapman and wife to John H Chnpinan, 80 acres; $1000. Walnnt Tp.Wm. H. Donahoe and wife to John Armstrong, 80 acres $!K)0, Perrti Tp. David Jenkins and wife to David Griffiths, 175 acres; $3,500. JIuntiiuiton To. Richard Hartsook and wife to Samuel II. Macuinber, acres; $75. , Duty G. Atkinton to Mar tha E. Shnner, quit claim, ItiO acres $2,000. Monian To. C. C. Coy and wife to Jane Uolcomb, 06 25-100 acres; $1800, Harrison To. Austin Brothers and wife to John Houck, 16 acres; $480, John Houck and wife to Jacob Blazer. 16 acres ; $475. (fallipolis " City. Wm. Cherington and wife to C. D. Bailey, quit claim, i of lot No. 230; $100. Frances A. Heis- uer to A.-W. Allemong. lot No. 133 and oflot No. 143; $1250., Julia A. G. Warth to Joshua Canaday, quit claim, s. w. of lot No. 413; $20. Probate Court. Judge Kent furnishes ns the follow- ing statement of the business of the Probate Court for the past week, to-wit MARRIAGE LICENSES. George Jenkins and Amanda James. One omitted by request. OTHER MATTERS. Chauncey M. Holeomb, Administra tor of the estate of Xavier Brandstet- ter, deceased, filed an inventory and ap praisement of the personal estate of said decedent. ' John L. Lnsherj' was appointed ad ministrator or the estate or lrvm- XL. Lusher, deceased. . Vincent Wood, administrator de bo nis non of the estate of Chappell R Davennort. deceased, filed his filial ac count. For the Gallipolis Journal. Pray for a President. pray great Killer or .Nations may direct In the se lection of a man to preside over these United , States. We want an honest, earliest, moral man one who will dare to do right, for his country's good one who fears God, and will keep His com mandments. - And now before the Con ventions are held, let. the people pray. Paul urges that supplications, prayers and intercessions, be made for kings, and all that are in authority, that we may lead a aniet and neaceable life in all godlinesa and honesty. So mar it C. D. BATTELLE. Masonic. important at the next regular meeting of Morn ing Dawn I Lodge, No, 7, F. fe A. M June 5th. a JNO. C. HUTSINPILLER Sec'y. . Tbe next Minisfaerial Association for Gallipolis District wiQ be held at Hamden, Jane th. ' Opening ser mon at 7J P. M., by Rev. W. Y. Harvey, of Jackson. . The ministers in the district baye been notified by postal 'card of ; tbe subjects upon which they are expected Xo write.1 ' "All are yry cordially invited. ' J. W. DILLON The Hon. J. A. Crawford was stung the ncau by a bee, at Kingston, Ga Friday, and died in two minutes. Gallipolis Prices Current. Corrected weekly by D. S. FORD. For the week 1876. BUYING PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Wheat, red, per bush 250 00 35(1 40 " white, Corn.- " " 3S49 Rye , Barley 1 3000 1 1500 25 4000 Sugar Caue Soed, per bush, Oats . ., i - Flaxseed v..- Flour, ewt " Buckwheat flour, ewt - 1 25 " 3 604 00 00 5060 30l!0 901 00 o ouao oo . 0 CMK.oO 00 . 3010 Corn Meal, bush Potatoes, bush White Beans ' - Dried Apples f bush , ao reacnes uo Feathers - Butter Egg fdoz ' Bacon Hams . 15 to 20 8aio 1300 13(300 do ' Sides do Shoulders 11W flay Tft ton ' 14 00(916 00 3540 Sorghum Molasses gal RETAIL PRICES. Groceries and other articles retail from store at the following prices: Suear. N O TP B . 10la Coffee. Rio 34 to ao Teas Imperial, Y H and G P 80(31 40 7iH$l 00 (100 20 25 20 to 25 151S do Black do Japan Candles, common - do star Butter ' Lard 12ffi00 Flour, good family br'iJa, ewt 4 000" 00 do do do bbl 8 000 00 Corn-Meal bush i 6080 Molasses, NO . .800 00 do Sorghum 4050 Golden Syrup 801 00 Lard Oil l zMi i Coal Oil . 20 Feathers ft 40 White Beans f gai; 30 Salt, Kan. and Ohio, f bbl 1 50 Potatoes V bush 40fi00 PUBLIC REPORT OF A POLICEMAN. I have not enjoyed good health for several years past, yet have not allowed it to interfere witli my labor. Every one belouging' to the laboring class knows the inconvenience of being ob liged to labor when- the body; from de bility, almost refusestfo perform its daily t:uk- 1 never was a neiiever m uosing with medicines; but haying JieariM4ie v iajLXlir-itKeii oi so nigniy, was ue- termined to try it, and shall never regret that determination.' As a tome. which every one needs at some time) it sur passes anything I ever heard of. It in vigorates the whole system: it is a great cleanser and purifier of the blood. There are many of my acquaintances who nave taken it, and all unite in praise of its satisfactory enect, Especially among the aged class of people, it imparts to them the one thing most neediulinold age nights or cairn, sweet repose, thereby strengthening the mind as well as the body. One aged ladv. who has been suffering through life from scrofula, and has become blind from its effects, having tried many rem edies with no favorable result, was in duced by friends to try the Veoetink, After taking a few bottles, she obtained such great relief that she expressed wish for her sight, that she .might be able to look upon the man who had sent her sueh a blessing. Yours respectfully, O. P. 11 HODGE, Police jOtflcer, Sta tion 6, i Boston, Mass., May 9, 1871. HEARTFELT PIUYER. Sr. Paul, Aug. 22, 1S64 II. R. Stevkns, Esq. - Daar Sir I should be wanting in grat itude, if I failed to acknowledge what the Vegktine has done for me. I was attacked about eleven mouths since with Bronchitis, which settled Into Consump tion. I had night sweats and tever chills ; was distressed for breath, and frequently sit blood ; was all emaciated very weak, and so low that my friends thought my case hopeless. I was advised to make a trial of the Veootixk, which, under the providence of God, has cured me. That he may bless the use of your medicine to others, as he has to me, and that his divine grace may attend you, is the heartfelt prayer of your admiring', humble ser vant. BENJAMIN PETTINGILL. P. S. Mine is but one among the many cures your medicine has eilcrted in this place. . .. u- 1 MAKE IT PUBLIC. South Boston, Feb. 9,1871, H. R. Stevens, Esq. Dear Sir 1 have heard from very many sources ot the great success of Vegetinb in cases of Scrofula, Rheuma tism, Kidney Complaint, Catarrh, and other diseases of kindred nature. make no hesitation in saying that I know Veobtine to be the most reliable reme dy for Catarrh and General Debility, My wife has been troubled with Ca tarrh for many years, and at times very badly. She has thoroughly tried every supposed remedy that we could hear of and with all this she has for several years been gradually growing worse, and the discharge lroiu the head was excessive and very offensive. , She was in this condition when .she commenced to bike Vkoktink; I could see that she was improving on the sec ond bottle. She continued taking the Veoetine until she had . used , from twelve to fifteen bottles. I am now happy in informing you and i the public (if you choose to make, it public) that she is entirely cured, and Vkgktink ac complished the cure after nothing else would. Hence I feel justified in saying tuat veoetink is tue most reliable reme dy, and would advise all suffering hu manity to try it, for I believe it to be a good, honest, vegetable ineu'.ciue, and I snail notnesitate to recommend It. " Iam,&c, respectfully, L. C. CARDELL, ! . ... Store 451 Broadway, Vegetine acts . directly upon the causes of these complaints. It invigor ates anil strengtnens me wnoie system, acts upon the secretive organs, allays inflamation, eleanses and cures ulcera tion, cures constipation, and regulates the bowels. Has Entirely Cured Me, j . Boston, October, 1870. Me. Stevens: ' Dear Sir My daughter, after having severe attack of whooping cough, was left in a feeble state of health Bern? advised by a friend she tried the Veoe tine, and after using a few bottles was fully restored to health. " t 1 have Deen a great sunerer from Rheumatism. I have taken several bot tles of (he veobtine for this complaint. and am happy to say it has entirely cured me. 1 have recommended the Veoetine to others, with the same good results. It is a great cleanser and Diiri- ger of the blood ; it Is pleasant to take: 'J r '. - r -i ... ' aiju a rifa caeeminy rwommena it. j- , ; r -...,!,. ; JAMES MORSE, . - .. .M. Athens Street by All Druggists and Dealers Ererj where. . June 2, 1376. jo, Report of the Condition. OF THE "Centreville National Bank," OF THURMAN, At Centreville, in the State of Ohio, at the close of business, May 12, 1876. RESOURCES. Una and discounts, U 8. Bond to secure circulation. Due from approved reserve avents. 15.8X4 OS fiu.mo uu 1,001 01 813 M I'ne iromotuer niuionai rtants. Due from state Banks and bankers, Beal estate, furniture and fixtures. - S 3IIS Oil Current expenses and taxes paid. ass eu 350 ou 40 as Bins oi otner .-National km is. Fractional currency (including nickels.) Specie (including gold Treasury notes,; 10 ou Legal-tender notes, 1,960 UO Redemption Fund, with U.S. Treasurer (5 per cent, or circulation.) ' J.SS0 00 Due from (J. S. Treasurer, other than S per cent, redemption fund, - 1 05 Total, $m.s)i t-z LIABILITIES. Surplus fnnd. Other undivided proBts, National Bank notes outstanding, Individual deposits, subject to check. - f 1.3S5 OS Demand certificates of deposit. 1.410 50 l.fKWOO S. 45-1 48 45.000 UU Time certificates of deposit, 1".3 24 Dne to other National Banks, Due to State Banks and bankers. M 47 123 Total. flii.ttl OT State of Offlo, ( County of Gallia, ss. ) I. L. M. Beman. President of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge L. M. BEMAN. Pres't. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of May, lStR. CHARLES SMITH. N. P. CORRECT, ATTEST: R. P. PORTER. J. C. GROSS. PERMELIA WOOD, June 1, 1876.] Directors. Legal Notice. JOHJT CHICK, and Luanda W. Chick, his wife, of Marion county, in the State 4f Illinois, William B. Car ter, of Chickasaw county, in the State of Iowa, Oliver S. Carter, of Douglas county, in the State of Illinois, Loreuzo D. Carter, of Coles couuty, in the State of Illinois, Augustus J. Carter, John H. Carter, Luticia II. McDaniel, John B. Stone and Cassandra Stone, his wife, and Alice II. Carter, widow of Isaac Carter, deceased, of Gallia county, in the State of Ohio, will take notice that a petition was tiled against them on the 2Gtn day of May, A. D. 1870, in the Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, by Kobert T. Carter, and is now pend ing, wherein the said Itobert T. Carter demands partition of the following real estate, situate in said county of Gallia, and State of Ohio, to-wit: 1. A part of section thirty-four (31,) township five (5,) range :itee!r-(TIJJ beginnmg at JtUe northwest corner of tUft-TIbrtlieast quarter of the southeast quarter of said section ; thence south to the southwest corner of said northeast quarter of the above southeast quarter; thence east so far that a line running north to the north line of said quarter, thence west to the beginning, to contain twenty (20) acres, all within the above described limits except one and one fourth (1) acres that the meeting house is on, which was recorded as a lot and burying ground around said meet ing house; being the same premises con veyed to Isaac Carter by Joseph Wad- dell and others, by deed bearing date of November 20, IsoU, recorded in -volume 31. page 49S of the records of deeds of G:dlia count', Ohio, and also by J. D. Ray, by deed bearing date of April 0, ISlHi, and recorded in volume 35, page om ot tne records ot deeds of said coun ty of Gallia. 2. Lot Xo. forty-one (41,) in the town of Patriot, in Gallia county, Ohio. 3. Lot Xo. forty-two (42,) in the tow n of Patriot, in Oallia county, Ohio. 4. Lot Xo. eighteen (IS,) in the town of Patriot, in Gallia county, Ohio. 5. The west half of the southeast quarter of section 34, town 5, Kange 113, containing eighty (SO) acres, be the same more or less. C. The south-west quarter of section M, town ;, range lu, containing one hundred and sixty (1C0) acres, be the same more or less. 7. Sixty-six (GO) acres in section 34 town 5, range 1G, south of northwest and eighty-one (81) acres in section 34, town 5, Kange 16, middle of north west; Deing partot the same premises conveyed to Isaac Carter by Jane Lnucks, by deed bearing date of March 13, 1851, and recorded in vol. 25, page 231 of the records of deeds of said county. 8. Two (2) acres In the northeast quarter of section 33, town 5, range 16 beginning at the southeast corner of Margaret McCall'sland; thence a south west direction to a sugar tree on the bank of Sand Fork creek, also room for a fence on the north bank to the mill being the same premises reserved by Isaac Carter in deed made to Oliver Carter, April 5, 18G2, and recorded in vol. 34, page 540 of said deed records 0. Eighteen (18) acres in section 33. town 5, Kange 16, south side of north east; ocing part or tne same premises conveyed to Isaac Carter by Jane Lotieks, by deed bearing date of March 13, 1851, ami recorded in Vol. 25, page 2J1 or sail l deed records. 10. All that part of the southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of sec tion 33, town 5, range 10, lying on the south side or Sand Pork creek, except the eighteen acre tract last above men tioned ; being part of the same premises conveyed to Isaac tarter by Daniel Al lison by deed bearing date of October 18, 1830, and recorded in vol. 11.' pages Mil aim zu oi said deed records. 11. The northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 33, town f, range 10, containing forty (40) acres, be the same more or loss. 12. The northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section three (3,) town four (4,) range sixteen (10,) con taining thirty-eight (38) acies, be the same more or less. 13. The northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 3, town 4, r.vigc lt, containing thirty-eight (38) acres, be tne same more or less. 14. The west half of the northeast Quarter of section 3, town 4. run ire 1G. containing seventy-six (70) acres, be the same more or less. 15. A certain strip of land ten (10) rods wide extending across the north end of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 3, town 4, range 1G; being the same strip reserved by Isaac Carter in his deed of part of the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of said section, made to David Gates, February 11, 1871, and recorded in vol. 40, page 2G0 of said deed records; and, that at the next term of said court the said Robert T. Carter will apply for an order that partition may be made of said premises, and the dower of the said Alice U. Carter may be assigned there in. ROBERT T. CARTER. . By Whitk fc Holcomb, his Att'ys. June l, isu. ow Ainatenr Printers' Depot ' FOB ALL MAKES OF PRESSES, TYPE, INKS, CASES, CARDS, &c. J0MST0X & CO., 418 Market St.. Harrisburg, Pa. f"Send three cent stamp for Catalogue. June l, 1S7B. iw . OBSTACLES, HAPPY RELIEF to Youn lien from the effect of Error and Aunseg in early lire. AUn hood mtored. Impedimenta to Marriage removed. New meth od of treatment. New and re markable remedies. Books find circulars rent tree in sealed en TAlnues. Addrts HOWARD AS TO an BDiare Itifinnitiat. SOCIATION, N. Niiuh St., "EUllaitelpCIa, PJ. An lntiti(tloii having-aliighrepulaliao'IorhQq-orable eondoct and professional sk4;' ' " ' at j use i, m. ff, IPP0I,TM!T GENTLEMEN: "We are the authorized Agents of the Celebrated "CIm 1 . Blowing JMIachiiie5 . Which has no equal in America. It is the acknowledged . CHAMPION -OF THWORLp; In Machine circles. Also the SWEEPSTAKES and SPUING FIELD' . The Best in use. Dluckeye and Ifoosier Ciraiii Brills. Keep on hand Wagons, Buggies land Plowsdf all the best quaiities. Manutacturers of Harness, of all kinds. - We have White Lead, Oil, Putty, Sash, Glass, Doors, Blinds, Lath; Shingles, Lime and Cement, all ot the best quality. Also, a T I. -. : 4. Til . 1 j . iv. I mcj iicuuciniii a pi ice j uu iiuus. June 1, 1876. 3ra W" ' , ?uu,Iurn,3U "er goods than any house in NOTIGi TO COME AND SEE . . . , munnggw uyany cueap, as tney always prove dear in the J. "M. FM1ERS! US! town. We furnish Repairs for all kind" nuisuie worthless- s'lnachines, because end. & CO. & i i ujj m ip COTTONS, 13 Bales of Great Fails J. 4 4 fine BROWN COTTONS," at V, cents uer vard.i .,',. Also, full line of bleached and uxBLEACHED COTTONS, PRINTS, Ac, Very Low Pricet, CALL AND May 25, 187G. L1NENS tl: CttTrn-eIcrtngal the fcUflw - in largely red uceil prices 111 lE 0 USE DRILLS, formerly 35 cts., : . 1 For Fifteen and one-Ualf cents, with Bargains tn Shirting Linens, lauie mmnsKs, Uarnsley Sheeting t Jt Hucfc. Towels, fec 5 - MAiinis-AU tllABQ TO SHOW GOODS. ,;n:T7 ? miller & trump. WHITE GOODS. SPECIAL BARGAINS. srW " ' '" voiius, dieig? tic u.o a FINE FRENCH WELTS, 32 inches wide 371 cts. 30 inch VICTORIA LAWN CORDS, - 14 cts. per yard. T. W. UAMITON. C. 8. tXOX. HAMPTON & NELSON, ATTOaNEYS-AT-LAW, Gallipolis, - - Ohio, Will practice in Gallia and adjoining counties. Collections promptly made, legal instruments carefully drawn, aud all business executed with dispatch. Ofpick fu the Court House. June 1, 1871J. ly BOOK STORE. o V) P U o 03 tr b m W -1 a 0 oo Ci CQ 0 'Sj rt- 3 CO CQ o 0 i in Cr CO 2 CD 01 0 a 09 VI o CQ a P a Q p 3 CD Ou O a o u CD SO o 01 I Appointment. fTJIIE undersigned has lecn duly np JL iMiiuted ami qualilleil ly tl frobate I'oiirt of Gallia county, Ohio, as Ailiiiini.-itrator ol tin; estate ol lsa:u Carter, late of mid countv, deceased. All Mroiis knowing tlieuielves indent ed to Raid estate are requeyted to make immediate pnyment, and tlne having chiiins against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the under signed for acceptance and payment, or rejection. - - KOHhKi T. UAK I KK. - May 18, 1376. 3 w EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL EXAMINEES' NOTICE. THE Board of School Examiners of Gallia county, O., will meet at the Union nchool building, 4th street, in the city or Uallipolis, the nrst Saturday in each, mouthy except July and Augu't, and also the third Saturday of the months of March, April, May, June, September, October and November, at 10 o'clock A. M., for the examination of applicants for Teachers' Certillcates. E. E. SPALDING, E, W. CHASE, f. MITCHELL Cl'k; , " ' " Examfoor- Office to. Rent. TkTOTlCE is hereby ffiven that the) Commissioners of Gallia county fflA tti ttiA r,AniiKa.A. lfitoi n..o.inlel hw the Proaecuttno- At. ' torney, subject to Its use by the Grand Jnry, to the highest bidder, with ap proved security, on Tuesday, June 6th, 1870, " 2 P. at the Court-house. By the Board of Coininisioners. J. H. EVANS, And'r.' Jfay 23, 187Q.-2y : WOOL yJlSTTlX WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF JEANS; ; FUWNEUt YHBKSt &C,t OUt OWN M I FACT IRE. 11 h. are offering the same, in proportion to the decline in Wool. Retail- 1 1 ing at VV holesale prices for 1 Costum Carding ; We shall give this branch our especial attention, ! chain or filling as desired. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. STAR WOOLEN MILLS CO. Corner Third and Vine Streets, - - Galliiwlis, Ohio May 23, 187C 3m f Cash, or in exchange for Wool. 7 . and Cross-banding, and for rlUTCHirJSOiJ AGENTS Improved Buckeye Mowing and Reaping Machines. The Buekeye Table Rake Is t Inmost complete Reaping attachment Out. It leaves the track clear as it goes. The driver has complete controL of the liake, leaving the wheat in bundles where he pleases. the guards up or down to suit the iiinr.n iiiLT.no ia me ueiu. Vyomu auu see iu Single Bar ou hand if wanted. -AGENTS FOR- SWELPSTAkES TIIRASIILVG CRAIX fffVe have also on hand Sulky and Revolving Hay styles; Double Shovel Plows, TtTFanner8 wanttnff repairs for also Sweepstakes Thrashers, will please leave their orders early, to save de lay when they are needed. HUTCHINSON GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. 18, 1870. & BALDRIDGE FOR i By a Icarcr at his side he can cant standing or lodged grain. It will "SJrt Machines, MAC1UES, MILLS, r AM) SIPERIOR Rakes, of Iiest- makes and Scythes, Snaths, Forks, &c the Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, & BALDRIDGE, May NEW TANNERY. HIDES AfiO BABK ITT ANTED at the New Tannery, for wh,c" tne '"g""' V" ' VV w D:ti4l in i :lsii. Two doors below the old Diiges lan Yard. J03. BUCKLE. The highest price in cash paid for Old Bark. y April 13, 137Q. Cm ' Straightening Cir cle Saws. I AM prepared to straighten all kinds of hswsj from Hand Saw-' to the IsrgeM Circle haw. Take out Buckles, Burns, Crooks and Biinbouitd, and make them as good as new, iu short notice. Apply at Belfsnyder & Beta's Saw Mill. JOHN BKTZ. Gallipolis, Feb. 17, 1876. 6m Appointment. THE undersigned has been appointed Administrator of the estate of Mark C. Smith, late of Galiinolis, Ohio, decease.. E. N. HARPEP., May 25, 187C iw Adm'f.