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GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 29, 1376.
The Official Paper ot Gallia County! Circulation, ltJOO. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Brandstetter's Brewery, Bottled Beer. C. IF. White, Sals of land. Judge Kent, Probate Notice. J. M. Kerr & Co.. Shingles, Sx. John B. Lasley, Guardian Sale. Weather Report. Week ending Monday, June 26, 1876. Thcr. 7 a.m., 2 r.M.,9 p.m., mkan. wkatii. Tuesday..G7 70 Cl CC.2j? Rain vea in Thurs..-65 Fri 74 Sat 62 Sun 77 72 80 83 St 70 64 77 70 75 74 GG.OO 7G.25 75.50 70.50 7.25 Cl'dy Rain Rain Cl'tlv Rain Cl'dy Mnn... .72 80 75 75.W) Average icnipcr!'"1 c i A V Moon's iliase, first quarter, 28th d, 9 li., T. N. WILSON. We need $300 for immediate use. Two hundred of our five, hundred de linquent subscribers tit $1.50 each, only, will make it. Who will'be the first to respond? Don't put it off; send or come immediately. . Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Talbott left Sunday evening for a months' visit to Baltimore and the Centennial. The colored folks had a big pic nic at George's creek on Thursday. TnE storm of last week damaged the trees in the Court-house yard badly. One of them had to, be cut down. s H. H. Jones, H. R. Belt., Jno. A. Hamilton, Jno. H. Evans, A. T. Hannan, S. Y. Wasson, and D. Y. SsiiTnEus have gone to the Centen nial. Mr. W. H. Lanoley has been con fined to his house from illness for several days. - Mn. Ed.. Casipisell is with typhoid fever. quite ill Jno. C. Vanden, E. J. Hotsinpil- ler and other Masons of "our city were in attendance on the Masonic Centennial, at Marietta, last Friday. The rumor of a railroad accident to a son of T. W. Hampton, which came to the city last week, is without foundation. The Luellaand Roberts brought large numbers of people from Fomc roy and vicinity, to the dedication services on Sunday. - i C. C. Mack, son of Mr. Charles Mack, of this city, graduated last week at the celebrated Uommerciai i School at Ponghkeepsie, N. Y. Here after he will attend to the queens ware department of his father's bu siness. The Government snag-boat E. A. "Woodruff removed snags from the fiyer opposite tljo cjty on Friday. She afterwards went down to look aL ter a sunken coal-boat in the Rad coon Island chute. Messrs. E. Deletombe and C, C, Weibert have returned from, tlie Centennial. They report that it is wortlj seeing, The salary of the post-ofllce of Gallipolis has been cut down by the Post-ofllce Department from $2,300 to $1,500. TnE Temperance Lodge gave an excellent exhibition on Tuesday evening. Hitching posts have been put front of the Court-house. in Read the bottled beer advertise- ine'nt in another pqlutn.n,. Erok. Chase left for his hoiue in Ifassachusetts on Wednesday inoru- jng. He gqes with nianj good wishes. r- -1 Hot being nblo to raie J.lie 'wherewith," the Fourth of July exhibition through. lu this city has fallen Thr old Lanqlf.y Bakery teen torn down during the has past week, to mjike room Tor Messrs. Bai ley & Ridenour's new building. v 'Pttt. 'iTiditnr ilfis l-pfieiVOd tlie Stnto Relmnl On'mmissionerla Report for distribntjoq, THE City Council voted $200 to the Fourth of Jnly celebration in this city. Mrs. G. W. Isaminger and faini- ly, of Hamilton, Ohio, are visiting relatives'in Morgan township, r, t,0 T H.v, nr.ttnf;n. 4.' 'iv ra :, ;-n'ti,n nitTr w v - 'i U in parncrsi4ip with Br, E). r"" " -r. w M. BAUHDER3. W. S. Matthews, Esq., one of the salt of the earth,- lias been in the city during tlio past week. " Ji. J.. """-1 ! A T HnTonlni Kan.. Iflr. mtnr- day for his home in Butler, Mo. wifl,take in the St Lols W wHe ei riltq. GeohoeP. Matthews, Esq., grad 1- .t. th Sttfi Normal School ttt-.i.: rl,io tliic wnr. delivers uie Taieuicwrj v,iu..0 ana oorais... Grain cradles went off like cakes last week, f-in-' - S' ? Capt. J. A. McClobo and have gone to the Centennial The dedication services of the new M. K Church came off according to appointment, last Sunday. Bishop Fosthh. nf Cincinnati, conducted them. The attendance was large and orderly. A pleasing feature of the oc- casion. was the omission of services at the other citv -churches, thus not . onlv expressing sympathy and Chris- tian fnllnwQhin hut affording an an " W - II I opportunity of attending. The church was compieten, nut there was a debt againsi it oi aoiuu- $4 000. This had to be provided for lipfYin dedication. Thus the fore- noon services were given to this ob- jecL The response was a nooie one. The total subscriptions and cash nmnnntl tn tho hnnrlsnmn sum of US5.577.42. There were seven sub- scriptions of $200 each, sixteen of $100, twenty-one of $50, and the bal- nnrP rnnmno from 22fi to S5. A nlmrMi onatintr SJ7.000. Iiu t and paid for in less than a year, speaks well for the liberality and moral tone -r nni r fi.ltinnli U1 " -r .1 . iV 1 . I I in me evening, auer an uu.e r- mon from the Bisliop, tlie dedication services occurred, according to the formula of the M. E. Church. In this connection, the names of the Trustees of the Church, who have carried forward this work, deserve to be placed on record, viz: r. S. Ford, President; J. T. Haluday, Treasu- rcr; D. Y. SsiiTiiEits, D. W. Davies C. D. Bailey, .Tas. Gatkwood, J. W. Gardner, J. C. Hutsinpiller and C. H. Sciiaefer. To these names must be added that of Rev. C. D. Battelle, the pastor. His labors in the good work were ceaseless and grcatby effectual. We give elsewhere a full descrip tion of this beautiful edillce. Mr. Albert McCafferty's ap pointment as wharfmtister has been confirmed by the City Council He collects for seven per cent The retiring wharfinaster, Mr. Cowden, takes with him the good wishes or the city, and the gratification that he has made a competent, untiring, Tiie Republican Central Commit tee organized on Satnrdaj'. W ii.liaji Nash was made Chairman, JosEi-n Host Secretary, and J. W. Gardner, Treasurer. The following gentle- men were appointed an Executive Committee, vis: Wm. Nash, Jos. Hunt. J. W. Gardner, E. L. Me- Ljager and Geo. D. Hebard. The nextmceting of the general commit-1 nr.nr.na tlin loot. l t.ll 1-lllt IT 111 J 1 1 1 V. A resolution was passed recommend in the formation of Hayes Clubs in o Tut transerint in tlie EltWlN case has been cnmnletcd and forwarded to It is a massive document, and reqnired two weeivs 10 write it out Judge NAsn leaves for Columbus this week to look after the defendant's interests. Wo may ex pect a decision soon. Tqn trial of 4aes Black for rnt.t.inrr KonNE DAILEY tOOK DlaCO o . . before Judge Kerr on- Fridaj-. Dailey appeared and swore that he nrged the quarrel and commenced the attack unon Black. The latter was accordingly discharged. -- For Rent! Ono remaining Store Kaotn, on Court streot. the principal business snuareof our city. The room is 20 CQ- feetj bjg, ceiling, plaster fin jsi,cj n;ce cellar, Hag pavement .nrr OMltllllO Iiir L 1R TCUlll U I V .... a n... Rood business. Gallipolis is a beau- tifulcity, very healthy, with superbly CTrmled streets, brick and flag side- o ' walks, and contains a liberal church snnnorting population. Our citizens are unfamiliar with hard times. We need one more first-class Dry Good store. Apply to or aoqress as. . . 1.1 T.; Haup.er. Fourth of July. - He at xr hot wife At a meeting of the Committco of Arrangements, Tuesday morning, the following aetlon was taken: Jicsoleed, That the proposed cele bration of the Fourth of Jnly be abandoned for the want of sufficient funds to carry out creditably the ob servancc of the day. Resolved, That the thanks ol the Committee be tendered the city Cc-iindi, and those citizens who have responded to the call for funds, for i meir iiiiuraiity- i'l ''H" Mll,cliwi' ' Messrs. J. M. 1Cru df Co. liavo rontou oi ur. uno. l watinu luh um m i T ftl X . I. .. Lvcoum and the lot upon which it Lta,1(la for a ahlnglo and sash deposltar'. Thoy have erected .i.j fi.mnn fhofc aliimpj TJinna'a -" Temple. , . . f ., ,;n The colored folks of the city will celebrate the Fourth of July out on the "Grayura Point," qjrcctly across i . r-j . . i" MhlCKainaiiga ifqui u(o M"imt tj :i u. ; i .: i , , , ,. iuLUlY, vjumi auuvia m ... -.v I . attendance. Iiomo inst Some fellow stole a - across the river on Monday, and the following day the party recovered his property, and was on the lookout for Lllfi tlliet in Ihll nttr n t i atrnnrrl J """"O whisperings that 1m hercab,q,Us, ' ' ' ' ' ' "l Mn. Hgnhy VT. Gilman bought - 14.00 ct of white pine lumber ' week' at ?8 Per thosand. was in a nui. iiu wc wiian. pRop SpALDIXG and family gone East, and will take in theCcn- tennial. Theee fsHalk oP'Fire Works Music on the Public Square, on evening of the Fourth. Commissioners. ; I ,.,.t;n;nin i,. tlio celebrations at 1 The Board ot commissioners met in adjourned session on Wednesday. The report on the Jno, road, in Green township, was con firmed. Jonas SintEr was allowed $20 compensation out of the Trcasn- ry. me most, oi mc aay was spent mt f .1 A. by attorneys upon the question wneuicr ine commissioners are iiy I . 1 At. - 1 law authorized to pay attorneys lor tieienutng indigent prisoners cnargeu wiui penitentiary onenses wuere me punishment is only for a term of years. The further consideration of the question was postponed until the aeptemuer session JUAJOit uiuws ClIEIUNGTOiT, Of Ironton, captured an incident while at Cincinnati attending theNat.ona Kepublican convention He and Mr. McCUNE Occupied a room to- geuier at uie aiuuk and the Ironton Beyisler tells wnai came oi it. The next morning, i rnuaj i, mi. fP,. firafc nnd wont out. at illUll - - - 7 , . u to Mr a tf) jock tj,e ,j00ror he might get rob bed. Mr. C. said all right, but con- eluded that there was no danger, as be wasn t going to sleep again, but ' . . . " . . A , iciirl a slight rustling, and raising his head, beheld a man in the act of going through the pockets of his pantaloons. Chenngton yelled 'thief' and inmped from the bed. and the thief ran and Cheriiigton af ter him, out into the hall and down the stairs. The tumult raised the house and the halls rang with the hue. and cry, at which Chcrington, re mcmbering the dazzling French dis play he was getting up, retreated back to his room. But the thief was so scared that he missed his footing on the last flight of stairs and fell, whereupon he wits captured and marched olf to the station house. Mr. John C. Graham, of this city, has three teams already at won-on theSpringfield, Jackson and F.nneroy Narrow Gauge Railroad, and starts to day with the fourth for the same service, WE acicnowiodge ine receipt i an nvitation to the marriage of Miss Anna, daughter of John T. Hali.i- DAY Esq., and W. II. Harvey, at Del awarc, Ohio, this (Wednesday) even n jv unmixed go with the hap- COuple. There will he an ice-cream lesuvai at the residence of 'Mr. J. L. McDan iel, in Clay township, baturilay even- I II T. for tllO bCtlCfit of tllC M. JV Church. A general invitation ex- tended. steamer Crossle', on the will leave Gallipolis at 4 i?Olirtll, o'clock A. M., and arrive at Hunting ton and 1 ronton in tunc uir vimiloim i,-,""-r"' tbose places, Blood was shed at Hurricane Bridge, W. Va., Tuesday," An oilicer and his deputy attempted to arrest a violator 0f tlie law, wben he turned upon tno nflle.ers. and Shot both Ol llicm. llie , murderer escaped on a gray horse, going in the direction of the Ohio river. We understand both of the nllleers died during tlio day, Iheir names were Mitchell and Turner Jxo. Daqes is painting and gen erally improving the Langley proper- .vi.uh ho recently purchased. It will be when finished one ot the choicest residences m the city .Killer r-tniu'ic w.is ii:Liit;:Lf cui iiusuii - i out of jail on Friday. Three horse thieves were tracked to this place on Tuesday. One ar rest on suspicion was made, and the other" two sravc their pursuers the 3 . slip. $200 WANTED. Security unobjectionable; interest ten per cont,, payable seml-anntialry. For particulars, enquire at the Jour nal Office. Probate Court. Judge Kent furnishes us the follow Inp statement ol the business of the Probate Court for the past week, to-wit MARRIAGE LICENSES. Jacob D. Campbell and Martha A. Sle- U;llll(!l. Robert R. Morrow and Sarah Shiflet. Gcorne W. ErcderiCU and Kmiiu t. 1 iiofeiiouse. Qeorsro W. Miller and Lillia E. Wil Hums. OTHER MATTERS. a . , Aa,ninlstrator of the estate of Simeon Roach, deceased, tiled inventory and appraisal of theper- iraS. Queen wa3 appointed guardian of Willis O. Oueen, uiiuur neir oi v, . , " , juan m. Smith, was appointed Guar yy. uueeu. ueceiiseu. I man oi huis auuci.iuii, i E s Andcrson, .leecasetl. dian of Nora Anderson, minor heir ol To all Tax-Payers Whom it may Concern! It rPopn-,-a - nt!fl,l ,,nt tarns I J : I ... . . .., ., - I , will he roceiveu nniu me iuhi ciay oi July wlthou-1 penalty. This collec .i n..:i t: :fi. the Treasurer's ofllce, and in order to make a final andcorapletc settlement 1 . . .1. 1 J " ' j i j - iT H V T , .1 raugements to settle up promptly o, or they may expect to be called on by Deputy Collector and have their tax es collected by law. with penalty and mileage added. JOHN L GUY, Treas. The Fourth. the Campaign, First ISygor, Second linger Ah'd' Cheshire bhurches Have united to haVe a Fourth of July cele bration in the ornva nenr 1ip Ponlnr church. Everybody is invited to be I president, Business Notices. Look Here! Look Herell Money saved is money made. MOSES is selling a Coat for Oue Dollar, or pairofTants at Fifty Cents to One Dollar, or a Complete Suit from Two to Three Dollars cheaper than any - other House. Recollect! MOSES' "is the only place where you can be fitted out at the above saving. MOSES wi3lies it understood that he buys for Cash onby, and cannot be undersold. N. B: As I charge nothing for showing Goods, it will pay you to all. M. MOSES. Jrext door to Bailey cfi ltidcnour s. Juue 15.187G. 181 TIN-STORE 176! i i A. R. CHASE AS removed to the new ;Store on Second Street, between Talbott & Co. Hiid.Ius.-Vandcii &. Sou's. T lie best assortment of n the city, at the LOWEST RATES. of -July. Look out! all you great dancers, a great and respectable dance anil bas ket pic nic will be given July 4th, S7(!, at the grove at the mouth of George's creek. Entrance in cents. Comraitte CiiuiiToi-iinu Goctixg, W. W. Finney. Cross and sickly children can be made healthy and strong by regu lating their stomachs and bowels with Castoria. It is more effective than Cas tor Oil anil is as pleasant to take as hon- ev. For Wind Cone, Hour Momaeii, Worms and Cosliveness, tline is noth- ng in existence eu,ual to Castoria. Why will you sull'or from Rheu matism, Sprains, Still' Joints, Swolling?, Burn, Scalds or Weak Back, when the ?!iit'tur Liniment atVords certain relief. Many articles soothe pain to a certain extent, but the Centaur Liniment cures. l'he White I.iiilnient is foi' tlio human ainily, the Yellow Liniment is for horses and animal. afPrIntS and MllSlillS are not sold cheaper than at C. M. I ILL- MOKE & GO'S. May lS,'70.-4m JESfPianos and Organs tuned promptly. Call at McBride's Music Store. Great Bargain in a Second hand Piano! Manufactured by Light it Co., one of the best inako.in thc-Unioiu -The subscriber having no need for the in strument, wisheb to sell it. I cau make the terms easy. Please call at the resideco of Richard iAN.qr.EY, aud they will be pleased to show yon the. Piano. Or on the subscriber, and he will, give von all the parucniars. any nun j & wishing to buy cannot do better than to purchase it. R. BR AY. April 27, 1370. r- A Pot Worth Knowing, Arc you suffering with Consumption. Coughs Sevore Colds settled on the Hicast, or any disease of the llu-ont aud Lungs? If so go to your Druggist and get a botllo of Bosciikk's German Syrup. This medicine has lately been ntrodueed from Germany, and is sell ing on its own merits. The people arc going wild over its success, and Drug gists all over our country arc writing us of its wonderful cures among their customers. If you wi3h to try its su perior virtue, get a Simple Rottlo for 10 cents. Largo size bottle 75 cantx. Three doses will relieve any case. Try it. ""Country Stores and Fed (Hers do well to Uny Notions at 0. 31. FIIiWRB Si 00'S. April 13, '75. 3m ATTEi'TI0iV, LADIES! I have just received a full line of Ladles' Linen Suits, Parasols, Fans and Kid Gloves. Also, Linen and Grass Cloth, the piece with Trimmings to match All of which will be sold at popular prices. Grass Cloth Over Suits as low as $1 25. ft M. HQLLOWAY, June 1, 187Q. Gallipolis, Ohio. TRY Yrl HASS J3XPECTOBANT--Tho . Great Itoinedy 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 destroved any medicine can create them anew. But wo do say, that If a person has a vioicn twjisn, igui Sweats, Ojpeping' ChiUs, Is confined to bed, a euro may uo cuectou. unc omue may not complete the work, hut if the patient continues the use of the Expec torant, taking it regularly, relief will soon be obtained, and a Cure made. Haas' E x pecto rant is Pukely VeoE' table, Safe and pleasant to take. And its extraordinary virtues make it the Best Medicine for Pulmonary Cam; plaints extant, Txy.itl prick 'w cents Sjaio. uy an uruggisui. "What General Itelfsiiydcr Says J. B. Daniel & Co. TiurroN,N. J. a Dear Sirs: I have used Haas Expec torant in my familv for 30 rears, and having the experience of knowing its srreat merits, do gladly recommend it to all sufferers with those distressing com lor wmcn it is lntcniied. plaints, VT. REIFSlfyDii? Gai-xipolis, Omo, JfQV.'aQth.'lSTS.' i For sale by Kehu & Bno., Maquet & Son, J. S K. A. sanns, k athbubn ob uo. and J. li. IIayward, and dealers every where. ' fDec. 30 ,'75.-tf g&T'A fine selection of Sheet Mu sic at McBhide's Music Store. 10! TW-STOBH ' Job-work and repairing done prompt ly at A. &. CHASK'S. Feb. 10, 1876. MY MOTTO: "The Best Goods at the Lowest Prices!" MY SALES.excecdany two houses n my line inthe City of Gallipolis, thereby enabling mo to sell on very close margin of profit, and my stock of staple aiid Fancy Goods, Gro ceries, &C, including a full and complete line Silks, ElllbroIilcrlCS, White GOOdS, &C, is not equalled for extent, vnriety and quality, in this city. I give the same weights, giiages and tares to my customers that I get myself, and I try to get what is right All Goods warranted as represented. H. L, MILLER. Miller's Block, GALLIPOLIS, - - - OHIO. June 22, 1870. Sale of Real Estate. . . THE undersigned, as Executor of the last will and testament of Clark R. "Watts, late of Jackson count-, Ohio, miller mm ny authority ot sahl will, nnd bv order of the Court of Common Picas, ruallla county, Ohio, will, on Monday, the JJlst day ot July, 1870, at one o'clock in the afternoon, upon the premises, at puniic auction, sell the fol lowing real estate, to-wit: l'he southeast quarter of the south west quarter of si-ction No. 33, T. 5, R. 15, lu the county of Gallia, and State of Ohio. Also, ten acres olf of the south aide of the northeast quarter of tlie outhwest quarter of sahl section. Ap praised at tlio sum of ono thousand dol- irs ($i,uuii.uu.) Also, a part of tlio northwest and southwest quarters of the southeast quarter of said section No. 33, contain ing 41 j.j-iuo which Is particularly described In a deed from .lames Watts and wife to Clark It. Watts, dated April H, lSi 1, ami recorded in volume 41, at pages 5 and 0, record of deeds of said Gallia coiiutv, to which reference Is made, excepting about thruo (3.) acres conveyed by said James Watts to one T.i r..fci,iii i I'lSiiriiuii- ii-oii, :i roioreii man. .ii"i, a tract containing (1 C---100) one and sixty-eight hundredths of an acre, more or less, particularly described in said deed from dames Watts to Clark 11. Watts, and to which reference Is hereby made. Said last two tracts appraised at 20.00. All of said real estate is nppralsod at if 1730 00. Said tracts will bo anld as a whole or in parcels, as may be found best for the estate, on day of sale S.iid lands will lie sold free of dower. Said lauds will not bo sold for less than two-thirds of the appraised value, and upon terms of oue-tiilril or purchase money casn in hand on day ot sale, one-third lu nine, unit one-third in eighteen months from lay of sale. Said deferred payment'' to bear interest and bo secured by mort gage on the premises sold. WILLIAM WADDKI.l,, Kxecutorof Clark R. Watts, dee'd. Juno 22, 1870. CENTENNIAL HOTEL OJBEGTGRY OK Philadelphia. Thousands of our readers will visit the grand Centennial Exhibition at Plilla delphia. They will want to stop at ho tels where the accommodations arc good and tho charges are reasonable. To do go they must make all arrangements be- lore starting, mi oan ne none oy cor respondence with tho proprietors. In this Directory will bo found such as are fully up to tlioso requirements. CHAINING HOUSE. ON THE EUKOPKAX PLAN. I'inc Stroet, from 3'Jth to -10th Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Handsomest part of West Philadel phia; cars pass door to Centennial (J rounds; new buildings of brick and stone, and new furniture, capacity for 700 gueats. IjUDUINU 1 fKit day. Breakfast and supper SO cent each; careful attendants and private watch men; largo parties accommodated lu separate sections. Jloonis may be en gaged in advance Dy correspouuence, -CI1AXNING HOTEL CO. OEABOIJY HOTEL. i 50 South Ninth Stroet, Philadelphia, Pa. COL. .TAMES WATSON, of tha Ilcn- rie House, Cincinnati. Prop. 2.50 to Jj!i per day. llnom without board, JjSl. .street, carsi pass me doors to anu irom alldopota, and forCeiiteuuIal nulldiiigs. Central location, and near all places of uiiuemcnt. Accommodation secured by correspondence. This Directory Is compiled by J. WEAVER & CO., Newspaper Advertising- Agents, 11G Smithtield Street, PITTSBURGH, PA. Branch office, i:'V3 Maiket streot, l'hila- tlelplila, V&. lline 15, 187Q. im Notice. THOMAS 51. THOMAS, of Wales, will take notlre that I.utber 11. Pcman. or (ialtla county. Ohio, ilhl on the SGth ilay of .lanimry. w. uie ins ciiiion id wie uourt 01 wuio-mon lent, l'leas. within anil for the county or Gallia, in saiil State of Ohio, against the fcaiil Thomas M. Thomas. ifcfumlant. settinar forth tliemakinir ami delivering bv saM ilefomlant on the 12th day of Nnyemlicr, A. I). lB73,at Tlinrman.O . of a cer tain promissory now in TCrumtriH uiaiuiw, iiu thereby pr.iiuiJlnjto pay to the onler of Jleman & Jones (ill '.a at S tier cent. Interest from ilatn tin, one iny alter uaio t.Tnnp thpn anil there fni thcrccfr that :(Vtt&l and ite- lircrcd the same to tUF.'&tiiT plaintiff; that payment cf $SClVwas mado therebii on the irli'dnycf'Miiveialier, A. I). 1ST!, and that there IVtliie and unpaid thereon J19J 93 with lnteritt at 8 per cent, from tho 13th day r Noyemlier. A. I 187i. for which plaintiff asks ludirracnt- The plaintiff also has tiled the proper affidavit lor an orucr oi aiiar.iimcnt. ami aa uruer oi at tachment has been issued in said case to attach property or said defendant. The said defendant is notified that he Is required to appear and an swer said petition on or liefore the third Satur day alter tne zuinuny oi .luiy. a. i. isiq LUTIlkU M. PEMaK. June 15, 1870. 6w NOTICE 0? AFF0INTMEHT. jjji rtOE undorslgned has been duly ap JL pointed and qualified as Adminis trator, wU-h the" will annexed, of the estate of Simeon Roach, deceased. All persons Indebted to the estate arc nereDy reqnested to make immediate payment, aud those bavins: claims will them to thennderslgued. HENRY A. MARTIN, Administrator, with the will ameel, June 15, 1870. 3w " ' GENUINE, VWISE" 6SAO CRADLES AND RAKES, For sale at Talbott & Co's7 only. June 15, 187C, IMPORTANT GENTLEMEN: TVe are the authorized Agents ot the Celebrated Champion Reaping and Mowing llaehine, Which has no equal in America. It is the acknowledged CHAMPION OF THE WORLD, In Macbine circles. Also the THRASHING MACHINES, The Best in use. Buckeye and Hoosier Grain Drills. Keep on hand Wagons, Buggies and Plows, of all the best qualities. Manufacturers of Harness, of all kinds. We have White Lead, Oil, Putty, Sash. Glass. Doors, Blinds, Lath. Shinsrles. Lime and Cement, all of the best Also, M WE promise to sell lower and furnish better goods than any house in town. We furnish Repairs for all kind of Machines ever used in this country. Don't be humbugged by any outside worthless machines, because the' are offered at n price you think June 1, 187C :im 1873. NOTICE TO SWJSEPSTAKKS and SPRINGFIELD quality. Line of peal mm COME AND SEE cheap, as they always prove dear in the J. M. FARMERS! US I end. KERR & CO. BOOK STORE. a " O o tn 3 V pi o CO p Pi w R o H 4 0 0 oo C5 OQ CQ O Szj &' O CQ CD Q I ' a - OQ a- S3 -i CD o Ui CD O t-3 S3 CD CO hi o o CD CD 3 Notice. MARY ANN JOHNSON, resident of tlie State or California, will take notice that at the June session, 1876, of the Commissioners of Gallia county, Ohio, Joseph DoLille and oth ers filed their petition for the alteration of a county road leading from the Point Pleasaut and HarrUburg ro.ul to Cam paign Creek, as follows: Beginning at a pair of bars on tho land of John Jame. in SpiIugUeld township, a little soiitli ctf said Jam.;' dwelling-house; thsmee nearly south to an applo on the laud of said John James; thence In a southerly direction through the lands belonging to P. S. Blake, Mary Ann Johnston and M. J. niako. to Intersect the Point Pleasant and Harrlsburg road rft or near a gate on M.J. Blake's land, east or the old road and there to terminate, and to va cate so much of tho old road as Is sup plied by the alteration. That viewers and a surveyor of said alteration were appointed by said'Com misstoners: and that said viewers and surveyor will meet at the beginning of the proposed alteration, on tlio Mth day of July, 1870, at 10 oMoofc A. M., to en, ' . . rt. il..l .!..! ter upon the msoiiarBO ot iiioir mines. " JQ3KPH UkLILLE, Principal Petitioner. June 8, 1870. lw Straightening Cir cle Saws. f A51 prepared to straighten all kinds H ni MawR. iroin iiauu w iu uiu i... n-.ir nin-io Kiw. Take out. uucKies. Rnnia Crnnl-1 gull RtmllOllllll. 911(1 IliaVO them as gooil as new, in snori uoueo. Apply al Jiuiisiiyuer a o.... Mill. JOIINETZ. Gallipp ycb. 17, 1S7G.-Ciu SALT. SALT. SALT. HEADQUARTERS For Fine Kanawha Salt in new barrels; lower than ever, at JL M. Kerr & Co.'s- Juno 15, 1870. 4v WOOL CARDING AND SPIN NINfi, AT VINTON, rnHE subscribers are again ready j to receive tvu canD and mn. Spin all numbers for 17 cents per pound. ... Wc also guarantee all work to be done in the best order. All kinds of Produce, in addition ti Wool, taken at highest market price for work.- 9HACK & HAMILTON. May 13, 1S76. 2m WOOL "W.nTTIHID I WE HAVE ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF JEANS, FtftNMEUt. UMZ, SCM OUR 0Wi MANUFACTURE. the same, in proportion to the dccliiv tT7"E are offering the same, in proportion to the decline in Wool. Retail YV ing w i - g at Wholesale prices for Cash, or in exchange for Wool. Custom Carding and Spinning. We shall give this branch our especial attention. Cross-baudiug, aud for chain or filling as desired. SATISFACTION liUAItAVTEEH. STAR WOOLEN MILLS CO. Corner Third and Vine Streets, - - - Gallipolis, Ohio May 25, lS7(i. :5m HUTCHINSON AGENTS FOR Improved Buckeye Mowing and Reaping Machines. The Buckeye Table Rake Is the most complete Reaping attachment out. It leaves the track clear as it goes. The driver has complete control of the Rake, leaving the wheat In bundles where he pleased. Ry a leaver at his side he can cant the guards up or down to suit the standing or. lodged grain. It will save THREE HINDERS in the lield. Come and sec it. Single Bar Machines, on hand if wanted. -AGENT'S FOR- SWEEPSTAKES THRASHING GRAIN lF""Wc have also on hand Sulky and Revolving Hay styles; Double Shovel Plows, arFarmprs wanting repairs Tor tlie Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, also Sweepstakes Thrashers, will please leave their orders early, to save de lay when they are neqdeil. HUTCHINSON & BALDRIDG E, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. May 18, 1870. . & BALDRIDG MACHINES DRILLS. AND SUPERIOR Rakes, of best makes and Scythes, Snaths, Forks, &c. A KANAWHA RIVER FARM. For Safe. TWISIt to gell my Farm, pituated on the Kanawha Klver. near the Slouth of Arbuelde Creek, Mason county, West va., containing two nunurciianu seven-ty-thren (278) acres, about eighty acres of"ood rivor bottom, balance good hill land, well timbered; llftv apple trees in bearing: bed of coal, about thirty Inch es thlc)c; good landing at all stages of water; common dwelling houG anu other iutbulldings. Will sell all or a part; pricp, 18,000. , For further informatloii, call on the undersigned, on tho fann. Address, Arbuckle 1 W. Va. June2, 1870. O., Mason Co., Sheriff as Sale. UTOTICE is hereby given that the un X dersigned, Sheriff o'f the county or Qallla, will, by virtue of a veniir ex ponas issued by the Court of Common Ple:is of said county, in favor of Alfred Wlllcox and against George W. Jsa ininger, principal, and Jonali-F. Foblu. son, security, and to him directed, at one o'clock P. M., on tho 5th day of July, A. D. 187C,at the house oC Jonah F. Robinson, in Morgan township, in said county, offer for .sahiat public auc tion the following goods and ohattels', to-wit: Scvent'y-flvesprlng lambs, twen ty flveaores of growing whea, five acres of growing, oats, and three spring calves; taken on execution us the prop erty of said Jonah F. Robinson. Dated this 22d day of June, A. D; 1870. r CHARLKS STUART,, Sheriff. Whitk & HoLCbMB,Plff'a Att'ys. June 22, 1876. 2w Notice. PROPOSALS will be received at the oillce of A. Loguo until the i!Kli day ot July, 1870, forSui)erintendeiit of Infirmary for one year, commencing September Ist.lS.b, for physician per visit; for two thou sand bushels coal at bank, wharf, or de livered at Infirmary; beef per lb., to be delivered twice a week; coffee per sack, Hour per cwt., sugar by the fifty or one hundred lbs.; undertaker, price of cof fins large and small. Persons wanting information in regard to what is ex nf tlie Kmierintendent in the ills- chargo of his duties, and the privileges granted, can call upon r. it T.'T.'TT Vlf or A. T.OGUE. 3. VX. IVIiuiiM") - June 15. 1S7C lw Lumber for Sale, THE undersigned is prepareu 10 iur nlsh any one with WHITE OAK LD3IBKK SDCII AS JOICE, PICKETS, , , SCANTLTNjGr FENpING,. And, any kind you want at $1 W 100 fect, at the Mill, or -50 delivered. Plptse send your ordera.to CHRISTOPHER GOETTINGv Rodney P. O. Gallm Co., O. June 8; 1870. iw . ,;t; - - - . , . T. Vn.V Pr for Pamphlet of 100 page. "nUlnlnjHsW oP